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Participatehere • Attend meetings and Planning Commission workshops • Provide comments on draft reports and documents • Send us your comments and questions by clicking hereThe Public Participation Plan describes how the City plans to engage the public during the SMP update process, including a timeline of major opportunities for involvement. This plan is a living document, and can be expected to be modified over time. You can find a copy of the Public Participation Plan by following the Documents link.Because the SMP is not expected to be complete until mid-2016, there is still plenty of time to participate in the process. The City has already developed an extensive inventory of shoreline information, and we have used this inventory to facilitate discussion with citizens, who helped us by commenting on the contents of the inventory and by giving us their thoughts on how the shoreline should be managed.Public participation is a continuous process and we value your input, so please don’t hesitate to contact us with input at any time via the e-mail links above, or via the Contacts link, above. Currently, the City is seeking your input on the Second Draft Shoreline Master Program. The city drafted, and the public reviewed and commented on, a Draft SMP. The city revised that document, and it was then reviewed and commented on by Ecology. The city further revised the document, and produced the Second Draft SMP, which presents a shoreline land classification system similar to zoning, and like a comprehensive plan, includes goals, implementing strategies, and regulations intended to achieve shoreline environmental protection, improved shoreline access, and regulate reasonable shoreline development. It is a blueprint for how your shoreline will be looked after for the next 20 years, so your input is important.Please mail your comments NO LATER THAN OCTOBER 1, 2015 to:City of Long Beach SMP Update PO Box 310 Long Beach, WA 98631or to: email@example.comIt is your shoreline, and we look forward to hearing what you think about it!
Finally, and relying on the body of work previously prepared and reviewed and commented on by Long Beach citizens and Ecology, the city prepared a Draft SMP, which was reviewed and commented on by the public and Ecology. The city revised the Draft SMP and prepared a Second Draft SMP, now available (see below) for your review and comment. The Long Beach City Council passed Resolution 2016-08 on November 7th, 2016 authorizing the submittal of the Final Draft of the SMP to Ecology. Ecology determined that the submittal was complete on January 6, 2017. Department of Ecology will now submit the document for review comment period.City of Long Beach SMP Update PO Box 310 Long Beach, WA 98631or to: firstname.lastname@example.org drop your comments off at City Hall: 115 Bolstad WestThis is one of a continuing number of opportunities you have had and will continue to have to comment on the SMP process, and we look forward to hearing what you have to say. This is your shoreline, let us know what you think!
The City of Long Beach is transitioning our Small Works Rosters
Effective immediately, Long Beach is transitioning our Small Public Works Roster and Consultant Roster to the MRSC Rosters shared online database. To continue being eligible to work on projects using a roster process, please register for FREE at www.mrscrosters.org and select Long Beach in your account. Previously submitted applications cannot be transferred, so you must re-apply.
For registration questions, please contact MRSC Rosters at email@example.com or 206-625-1300. If you have questions about Long Beach projects, contact us directly at e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org or (360) 642-4421.
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