Congratulations to AOC7 on a successful Tree Planting event. In Loving Memory of Long Beach Fire Department Fire Captain Otis Reid. Thank you Captain Reid for your service in our Long Beach community .
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Cambodia Town Neighborhood Association has been formed by a local resident. The founder is a recent graduate from the Neighborhood Leadership Program and was inspired to apply what she has learned into our community. Their first clean-up took place on Saturday, October 6, 2018 starting from 9:00 AM at Junipero Ave and ending at 11:00 AM at Cherry Ave.
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Midtown Business Improvement District would like to welcome a new boxing club in our business corridor. Owner Liz Q. Parr has been in business in our district 1 year now. She once fought professionally and found her passion to teach others with similar interests.
Guv’nors boxing club offers adult classes, circuit conditioning and kids class starting from the group of 7 – 17 years old.
Conservation Corps of Long Beach (CCLB) has done a great job providing the removal of trash, debris, recyclables from sidewalks and gutters, weeding tree wells and sidewalks. Before and after is depicted to the left.
Maintenance is as follows:
Once a week for sidewalk water pressure cleaning on both the north and south ends of Anaheim Business Corridor.
Twice a week of cleaning services of the removal of debris, trash, recyclables, etc.
Designated location of service starts and end: Raymond Ave. – Alamitos Ave.
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Dine in, Take out in Midtown BID : Home of Cambodia Town
El Sauz Resturant
Ceviche is the dish to try if you enjoy seafood. For late night cravings, El Sauz serves tacos at the service window and outdoor seating is available. If you are looking to have a night with family and friends, El Sauz host karaoke nights.
Are you in the mood for Ka thiew? What is Ka thiew? Ka thiew is rice noodles with pork stock and toppings. A popular breakfast dish in Thailand, Cambodia and Southern Vietnam and is highly regarded for its clear and soothing broth and dazzling array of herbs, aromatics, and other garnishes and condiments.
Midtown BID is a 501(c)6 nonprofit organization formed to serve the Midtown Property and Business Community in Long Beach. The primary objectives and purposes of Midtown BID include:
To bring about the revitalization of the Midtown business District of City of Long beach.
To bring about the investment of private and public capital within the Midtown Business District, City of Long Beach.
To bring about the increase provision of quality public improvements within the Midtown Business District and its surrounds for mutual benefit purposes.
to bring about the increased economic well-being of residents, employees, and businesses within the Midtown Business District, City of Long Beach and its surrounds.
To promote improvement within the Midtown BID, City of Long Beach through activities which contribute to the economic and neighborhood well being of Midtown Business Improvement District, City of Long Beach.
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MBID is proud to co-sponsor the 10th Annual Cambodia Town Culture Festival on Sunday, April 8 at Mark Twain Library. Thousands of people and elected officials, including Congressman Lowenthal, Mayor Garcia, Councilman Supernaw, and Councilman Andrews attended the event. There were food, merchandise and information booths, traditional performances, and procession of King Suryavarman II.
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