TWENTIETH ANNUAL NATIONAL NIGHT OUT (July 29, 2003) On Tuesday, August 5, 2003, neighbors in Long Beach are invited to join communities throughout theMessage 1 of 1 , Jul 29, 2003View SourceTWENTIETH ANNUAL "NATIONAL NIGHT OUT"
(July 29, 2003)
On Tuesday, August 5, 2003, neighbors in Long Beach are invited to join
communities throughout the United States for the 20th Annual National Night
Out Against Crime. This event involves more than 9,600 communities and has
more than 2 million participants each year.
"National Night Out" is designed to heighten drug and crime prevention
awareness, increase participation in anti-crime efforts, strengthen police
and community partnerships, and alert criminals that neighborhoods are
organized in the efforts to fight crime. Traditionally, between 6:00 and
9:00 p.m., residents throughout the City turn on their porch lights, lock
their doors, and spend the evening visiting with neighbors to increase the
The Long Beach Police Department's Crime Prevention Unit will be hosting a
"Crime Prevention and Safety Fair" in celebration of "National Night Out."
This celebration will be held in the parking lot of the Lowe's Home
Improvement Warehouse, 2840 Bellflower Boulevard, from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00
p.m. Residents are invited to come and view police and fire equipment
while listening to the sounds of the Long Beach Police Band, "Blue Steel."
The Police Department's Crime Prevention Unit, Fire Department personnel,
and several crime prevention related businesses and organizations will
provide crime prevention and safety information.
Bring your families, neighbors and friends and join us in Lowe's parking
lot where there will be a dunk tank, moon bounce, face painting and child
fingerprinting. "Herbie the Talking Police Car," "Robbie the Robot" and
"McGruff" will also be making their appearances. For additional
information, please contact Police Services Assistants Christa King at
(562) 570-7159 or Lisa Massacani at (562) 570-7229.
CITY OF LONG BEACH
Department of COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
ADMINISTRATIVE INTERN (NON-CAREER)
Housing Services Bureau
($11.176 - $16.472 per hour)
The Housing Services Bureau is seeking an enrolled graduate student in an
accredited university or college with major coursework in Economics,
Housing, Urban Planning, Architecture, Finance, Business, Real Estate,
Public Administration or other studies directly related to the development
of affordable housing. Applicants must be working on completion of a
Master's, Ph.D., or Post Doctorate Program.
This is a paid part-time position (approx. 20 ? 30 hours per week) that
will require occasional weekday evening or Saturday hours to participate in
community meetings and workshops.
The general emphasis of the position will assist senior staff in providing
affordable housing. Duties may include, but are not limited to:
? Provide support to project managers
? Perform research, data collection, review, analyze, and/or develop
specific programs and projects
? Economic analysis, website design
? Administer housing programs
? Prepare and make public presentations
? Interpret complex regulations
? Prepare reports
? Coordinate real estate development projects and project-specific duties
Interested applicants are requested to send a letter of interest and resume
no later than 4:00 p.m., Friday, August 15, 2003 to:
Housing Development Officer
Housing Services Bureau
110 Pine Avenue, Suite 1200
Long Beach, CA 90802
Resumes will be reviewed and the most qualified candidates will be invited
to participate in further selection procedures.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
This information is available in an alternative format by request to the
Payroll/Personnel Office at (562) 570-5799.