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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 14, 1992
Long Beach officials on Tuesday lifted the state of emergency declared after last week's riots and continued to offer assistance in cleaning up and rebuilding city businesses. The city will allow trailers to be put up temporarily as businesses are rebuilt, and shops may expand as much as 10% without providing additional parking spaces, the Long Beach City Council decided. The city's Redevelopment Agency allocated more than $430,000 to help clean up about 24 damaged sites.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 8, 1992 | GORDON DILLOW, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
For many Long Beach residents, the riots that tore through Los Angeles last spring were merely a sideshow, something they watched on television. The real riots could be seen and heard from their front steps. Six months later, residents of the county's second-largest city are confronting life after those Long Beach riots with a mixture of determination, hope and, in many cases, a nagging sense of fear.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 8, 1992 | GORDON DILLOW, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
For many Long Beach residents, the riots that tore through Los Angeles last spring were merely a sideshow, something they watched on television. The real riots could be seen and heard from their front steps. Six months later, residents of the county's second-largest city are confronting life after those Long Beach riots with a mixture of determination, hope and, in many cases, a nagging sense of fear.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 14, 1992
Long Beach officials on Tuesday lifted the state of emergency declared after last week's riots and continued to offer assistance in cleaning up and rebuilding city businesses. The city will allow trailers to be put up temporarily as businesses are rebuilt, and shops may expand as much as 10% without providing additional parking spaces, the Long Beach City Council decided. The city's Redevelopment Agency allocated more than $430,000 to help clean up about 24 damaged sites.
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