A brief recap of the week, as provided by City Manager Grace Leung.
A construction project will begin Monday, January 24 to rehabilitate concrete sidewalks, curbs and access ramps on East Coast Highway and Marguerite Avenue in the Corona del Mar area. The construction will require temporary, intermittent lane closures at the work locations.
Inviting Proposals for the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program to Prevent, Prepare for and Respond to COVID-19
Tara Finnigan, the City’s deputy city manager, has been appointed to the position of Assistant City Manager following an open recruitment, City Manager Grace Leung announced this week.
A new, 8-year waste and recycling collection contract that will meet new state mandates, including organic waste recycling, was approved by the City Council on Tuesday, January 11.
Modified service hours starting January 4, 2022.
In response to the current surge in COVID-19 cases, Newport Beach City Hall and community centers will temporarily close beginning Monday, January 3. All City services will continue, although some will be conducted only through virtual and drop-off services.
The City of Newport Beach and the Newport Beach Public Library are concerned about the surge in COVID cases over the last few weeks.
The Friends Bookstore will be closed starting January 12.
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