Long Beach, CA
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Please note: this meeting's minutes have not been finalized yet. Actions taken on legislation and their results are not available.
Meeting Name: Citizens' Advisory Commission on Disabilities Agenda status: Draft
Meeting date/time: 6/10/2021 1:00 PM Minutes status: Draft  
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21-032CA 11.May 2021 MinutesCA-Agenda ItemRecommendation to approve minutes from the May 13, 2021 meeting of the Citizen's Advisory Commission on Disabilities.   Not available Video Video
21-033CA 12.ATS Report June 2021CA-Agenda ItemRecommendation to receive and file monthly report from the Accessibility, Transportation and Services standing committee.   Not available Video Video
21-034CA 13.YEP Report June 2021CA-Agenda ItemRecommendation to receive and file monthly report from the Youth, Employment and Programs standing committee.   Not available Video Video
21-035CA 14.Disability History Day 2021 ReportCA-Agenda ItemRecommendation to receive and file planning report from the Disability History Day at City Hall 2021 Event ad-hoc committee.   Not available Video Video
21-036CA 15.Form DEAM 2021CA-Agenda ItemRecommendation to form ad-hoc committee for Disability Employment Awareness Month (DEAM) 2021 Event.   Not available Video Video
21-037CA 16.Beach Access Letter of RecCA-Agenda ItemRecommendation to send a letter of recommendation to the mayor, city council, city manager, and the departments of public works and parks, recreation and marine regarding the need for better access to our beaches for people with disabilities. DISCUSSION: The City is currently investing millions of dollars into the new and improved beach concessions and activity hubs at Alamitos Bay, Junipero Beach and Granada Beach; this is a perfect opportunity to create a more inclusive and welcoming experience for all people with the use of accessible matting. This matting, now being used in other CA beach cities like Huntington Beach and Manhattan Beach (as well as other beaches across the country), will allow beach-goers a seamless transition from the pedestrian path to the ocean, giving people with disabilities an opportunity to experience the beach in a way they never have before.   Not available Video Video