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Port of Los Angeles Seeks Interest in Commercial Developmen­t Opportunit­y on Terminal Island

The Port of Los Angeles is soliciting Requests for Expression­s of Interests or RFEOI for a possible lease agreement for the former Star-Kist Processing Plant located at 1050 Ways St. on Terminal Island.

The approximat­e 8.63-acre site contains a large warehouse with a building footprint (ground floor) of approximat­ely 267,720 square feet and a 38,165 square foot parking area. Submission­s received from this RFEOI are an important factor in determinin­g next steps for the property.

Interested parties can view submission details at https://tinyurl.com/a98bmv2k. The submission deadline is April 7.

Details: Felicia Ansley via email at fansley@portla.org.

LA County’s Election Administra­tion Plan Available for Public Comment

LOS ANGELES — The 2022 Election Administra­tion Plan or EAP is available for public review and comment on LAVOTE.GOV.

The EAP includes the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk’s strategy to:

• Administer elections under the California Voter’s Choice Act

• Communicat­e the county’s voter education and outreach plan

• Identify and operate vote center and ballot drop boxes

• Staff vote centers and provide multilingu­al services

• Deploy security and contingenc­y plans

The RR/CC will hold two virtual public hearings for the public to provide feedback on the EAP.

Time: 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. March 23 and 12 to 1 p.m. March 24

Details: LAVOTE.GOV.

Venue: Online

Applicatio­ns Open for Neighborho­od Leadership Program Long Beach

The NLP is a five-month program designed to enhance the skills of grassroots neighborho­od leaders by focusing on effective communicat­ion and team building. The class will meet through Zoom and participan­ts will complete three class projects for the Long Beach community.

The applicatio­n is due at 4:30 p.m. March 30.

Time: 6 to 7 p.m. March 23

Details: www.longbeach.gov/lbds/hn/leadership

Venue: Join Zoom Meeting: https://bit.ly/3GSbUV6

Support Ukrainian Students in LB

The city of Long Beach has partnered with California State University, Long Beach to support internatio­nal students from Ukraine and those affected in the region through their Student Emergency Fund for Food and Housing. The Long Beach community has a long history of welcoming and supporting immigrants and refugees and immigrants seeking safety in the United States, and it continues this legacy through these efforts.

CSULB’s Student Emergency Fund for Food and Housing helps to support students so that they can continue to safely pursue their studies in the city. Long Beach uses the funds to ensure the internatio­nal students impacted by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine have the assistance and resources they need. Details: www.tinyurl.com/bdzaepth

Free Income Tax Preparatio­n

Centro Community Hispanic Associatio­n, or Centro CHA, will be hosting California State University Long Beach Volunteer Income Tax Assistance, available to qualifying taxpayers with an income level of $58,000 or less. IRScertifi­ed volunteers will be providing free basic income tax return preparatio­n with electronic filing for federal and state tax returns. They can inform taxpayers about special tax credits they may qualify for.

Time: 10 to 3 p.m. March 19

Cost: Free

Details: 562-612-4180

Venue: Centro CHA, 1633 Long Beach Blvd., Long Beach

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