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2023.05.21 03:10 longbeachlocale The City Council Meeting Agenda of May 23, 2023 has been revised; Agenda Item No. 1 has been withdrawn; A Presentation on ACS Pet Adoption was added; Agenda Item No. NB-25, NB-26, and NB-27 has been added under New Business; and the Standing Committee Reminders have been revised. Please refer to the

🗓 Date: May 23, 2023 @ 5PM
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Agenda Item

CD9 - Funds Transfer Disability Pride

Item #1 • File #23-0515 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
WITHDRAWN Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $250, offset by the Ninth Council District One-time District Priority Funds transferred from the Citywide Activities Department to provide a contribution to ABLE PAC in support of the 2023 Long Beach Disability Pride Celebration; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $250 to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CD9 - Funds Transfer Juneteenth Celebration

Item #2 • File #23-0516 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $500, offset by the Ninth Council District One-time District Priority Funds transferred from the Citywide Activities Department to provide a donation to Long Beach Partners of Parks in support of the 2023 Long Beach Juneteenth Celebration; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $500 to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CD5 - LGBTQ Center Black and White Ball

Item #3 • File #23-0517 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $1,000, offset by the Fifth Council District One-Time District Priority Funds transferred from the Citywide Activities Department to provide a contribution to The LGBTQ Center Long Beach (The Center) for their annual Black and White Ball; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $1,000 to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CD4 - Funds Transfer Rancho Los Alamitos

Item #4 • File #23-0518 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $2,500, offset by the Fourth Council District One-time District Priority Funds transferred from the Citywide Activities Department to provide a contribution to Rancho Los Alamitos Foundation in support of the Cottonwood Awards Luncheon; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $2,500 to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CD4 - Funds Transfer Bridge Gap Tennis

Item #5 • File #23-0519 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $5,000, offset by the Fourth Council District One-time District Priority Funds transferred from the Citywide Activities Department to provide a contribution to Bridge the Gap Tennis Management in support of the Free Youth Tennis Play Day; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $5,000 to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CC - Minutes

Item #6 • File #23-0520 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to approve the minutes for the City Council meetings of Tuesday, May 2 and May 9, 2023.

CC - Damage Claims

Item #7 • File #23-0521 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to refer to City Attorney damage claims received between May 8, 2023 and May 15, 2023.

PW - Easement deed at 2851 Orange Ave for street widening D5

Item #14 • File #23-0528 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to accept an easement deed from Duke Realty Orange LP, a Delaware limited partnership, property owner at 2851 Orange Avenue, for street widening, pedestrian, and ADA purposes; and Accept CEQA Notice of Determination, State Clearinghouse number 2019100514. (District 5)

PW - Easement deed at 3443 Long Beach Blvd for installation of public utilities D8

Item #15 • File #23-0529 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to accept an easement deed from 888-5 Partners LLC, a California limited liability company, property owner at 3443 Long Beach Boulevard, for the installation of public utilities; and Accept CEQA Notice of Determination, State Clearinghouse number 2018121025. (District 8)

Mayor - Climate Audit

Item #17 • File #23-0533 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to request City Auditor to conduct a comprehensive audit on fiscal liabilities and economic impacts to the City of Long Beach stemming from California’s transition away from crude oil and natural gas production to assist in the City’s transition planning efforts, and refer findings to the Climate, Environment, and Coastal Protection Committee for input and discussion.

CD4 - Studebaker Update

Item #18 • File #23-0522 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to request City Manager direct Public Works to provide a comprehensive update on the status of the Studebaker Road major corridor improvements project at the June 6, 2023 Council meeting.

DS - Approve a CUP for 1911 E PCH D6

Item #19 • File #23-0535 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to reaffirm adoption and approval of Mitigated Negative Declaration IS/MND 06-22, as previously approved and adopted by the City Council on February 21, 2023, and reaffirm that the Project is consistent with the previously adopted Mitigated Negative Declaration (IS/MND 06-22) and the findings of fact related thereto; and Approve Conditional Use Permit findings and conditions of approval memorializing the City Council’s February 21, 2023, action to uphold an appeal (APL22-005) and approve a Conditional Use Permit (CUP 2211-18) for a new car wash located at 1911 East Pacific Coast Highway in the Community R-4-N Commercial (CCN) Zoning District. (District 6)

FM - FY23 2nd Dept. and Fund budget appropriation adjustments

Item #20 • File #23-0536 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to approve the Fiscal Year 2023 second departmental and fund budget appropriation adjustments in accordance with existing City Council policy. (Citywide)

CD2 - Fund Transfer for Community Events

Item #25 • File #23-0545 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $1,000, offset by Second Council District One-Time District Priority Funds, transferred from the Citywide Activities Department, to provide contributions of: · $500 to Love Beyond Limits to support their 10th anniversary event, Connecting Beyond Limits, on May 19, 2023; · $250 to the Bluff Heights Neighborhood Association to support their 4th of July Block Party; · $250 to Long Beach Forward to support their fundraiser, Blossoming, on May 6, 2023; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $1,000, to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CD6 - Reward of no less than $25,000

Item #26 • File #23-0512 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to request City Manager to enter discussions with LA County to partner on establishing a reward of no less than $25,000 for information leading to the arrest of the suspect(s) involved in the May 9, 2023, fatal shooting on the 2200 Block of Lewis Avenue.

CM - Local Emergency

Item #27 • File #23-0544 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation continue the local emergency caused by conditions or threatened conditions of homelessness within the City of Long Beach, which if not corrected, constitute an imminent and proximate threat to the safety of persons and property within the City; and Receive and file an update on the emergency declaration and associated activities and provide any additional direction to City staff regarding the emergency. (Citywide)

supp memo

Item # • File #23-0546 (Details, PDF)
Supplemental Memorandum - Corrections and/or additions to the City Council Agenda as of 12:00 noon, Friday, May 19, 2023.

Contract

ED/HR - Lease for office space at 4900 Airport Plaza Dr. D4

Item #8 • File #23-0523 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all documents necessary for an office sublease agreement between 4900 Long Beach Office, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company (Landlord), and the City of Long Beach (Tenant), for office space at 4900 Airport Plaza Drive, Suite 110, and 4910 Airport Plaza Drive, Suite 225 for the City of Long Beach Human Resources Department’s Risk Management and Safety Bureaus. (District 4) Levine Act: Yes

FD - MOU w/LACo. DA’s office to implement and use the eCER portal

Item #9 • File #23-0524 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute a Memorandum of Understanding, and all necessary documents, including any subsequent amendments, with the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office, to implement and use the Electronic Charge Evaluation Request (eCER) portal, for the period of May 1, 2023 to April 30, 2029. (Citywide)

PRM - ROE for Naples Island Garden Club D3

Item #11 • File #23-0526 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute a Right-of-Entry Permit, and any related documents, with the Naples Island Garden Club, a nonprofit organization, and/or its agents, to provide landscape improvements and maintenance at La Bella Fontana di Napoli Park, for a term of four years, with two three-year renewal options, at the discretion of the City Manager. (District 3) Levine Act: Yes

PRM - Sean Khan Consulting Co. for the lease of a prefabricated modular building D4

Item #12 • File #23-0527 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to enter into a Lease Agreement with Sean Khan Consulting Company, Inc., of Chino Hills, CA, for the lease of a prefabricated modular building, for a period of five years, in an amount not to exceed $81,300. (District 4) Levine Act: Yes

PW - Alamitos Bay Pump Station Discharge Replacement line at 5437 E. Ocean Blvd D3

Item #13 • File #23-0530 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute an easement deed to be granted to Los Angeles County Flood Control District (LACFCD) for construction improvements to the Alamitos Bay Pump Station Discharge Replacement line, located at 5437 East Ocean Boulevard; and Accept that the project is within the scope of the Los Angeles County Water Resources Core Services discharge line replacement project for the Alamitos Bay Pump Station, previously analyzed as part of Mitigated Negative Declaration IS/MND, adopted by the County of Los Angeles Board of Supervisors on March 4, 2020. (District 3)

PW - As-needed professional engineering services

Item #21 • File #23-0537 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all documents necessary to amend Contract No. 36053 with AKM Consulting Engineers, Inc., of Irvine, CA; Contract No. 36042 with Anchor QEA, LLC, of Seattle, WA; Contract No. 36043 with Ardurra Group, Inc., of Tampa, FL; Contract No. 36094 with Arup North America Ltd., of Los Angeles, CA; Contract No. 36052 with Atlas Technical Consultants LLC, of Austin, TX; Contract No. 36088 with Buro Happold Consulting Engineers, Inc., of Los Angeles, CA; Contract No. 36038 with Dewberry Engineers Inc., of Fairfax, VA; Contract No. 36090 with Geosyntec Consultants, Inc., of Boca Raton, FL; Contract No. 36045 with HDR Engineering, Inc., of Long Beach, CA; Contract No. with 36089 IDC Consulting Engineers, Inc., of Anaheim, CA; Contract No. 36050 with Kleinfelder, Inc., of San Diego, CA; Contract No. 36046 with KOA Consulting, Inc., of Huntington Beach, CA; Contract No. 36048 with KOA Corporation, of Monterey Park, CA; Contract No. 36054 with KPFF Consulting Engineers, of Seattle, WA; Contract No. 36049 with Langan Engineering and Envi

Resolution

HR - Adopt a Resolution amending the City Salary Schedules

Item #10 • File #23-0525 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to adopt resolution amending the City Salary Schedule effective March 25, 2023. (Citywide)

FM - Master Fee and Charges Schedule

Item #16 • File #23-0531 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to receive the supporting documentation into the record, conclude the public hearing, and adopt resolution amending the Master Fee and Charges Schedule. (Citywide)

PW - Road maintenance and Rehabilitation Account Funding

Item #22 • File #23-0538 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to adopt resolution approving a list of projects citywide for repaving and resurfacing that are proposed to receive Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Account funding totaling an estimated $11,500,000 in the Fiscal Year 2024 Paving Program. (Citywide)

Ordinance

CM - Ordinance Amending LBMC 5.92

Item #23 • File #23-0532 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to declare ordinance amending the Long Beach Municipal Code (LBMC) to reinstate language in Chapter 5.92 related to the operation of adult-use dispensaries in mixed-used buildings in Downtown Long Beach to correct the clerical/scrivener error and allow the approved ordinance amendments from June 15, 2021, to remain in place, read for the first time and laid over to the next regular meeting of the City Council. (Citywide)

DS - Motel and UDU Mods (DS)

Item #24 • File #23-0489 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to declare ordinance amending the Long Beach Municipal Code by amending Chapters 21.25, Division IX (Local Coastal Development Permits), 21.65 (Interim Motel/Hotel Conversions) and 21.66 (Unpermitted Dwelling Unit Amnesty Program), read and adopted as read. (Citywide)
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2023.05.18 17:52 longbeachlocale 🚨 City Council • May 23, 2023 • 5:00 PM 🚨 Adopted Budget for Fiscal Year 2023 • $2,500 Cottonwood Awards Luncheon, Rancho Los Alamitos • $5,000 Free Youth Tennis Play Day, Bridge Gap Tennis • Orange Ave. Street Widening • Climate Audit • 1911 East Pacific Coast Highway Automated Car Wash •

🗓 Date: May 23, 2023 @ 5PM
🗺 Location:** Long Beach Civic Center411 W. Ocean Boulevard
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Agenda Item

CD9 - Funds Transfer Disability Pride

Item #1 • File #23-0515 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
WITHDRAWN Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $250, offset by the Ninth Council District One-time District Priority Funds transferred from the Citywide Activities Department to provide a contribution to ABLE PAC in support of the 2023 Long Beach Disability Pride Celebration; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $250 to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CD9 - Funds Transfer Juneteenth Celebration

Item #2 • File #23-0516 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $500, offset by the Ninth Council District One-time District Priority Funds transferred from the Citywide Activities Department to provide a donation to Long Beach Partners of Parks in support of the 2023 Long Beach Juneteenth Celebration; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $500 to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CD5 - LGBTQ Center Black and White Ball

Item #3 • File #23-0517 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $1,000, offset by the Fifth Council District One-Time District Priority Funds transferred from the Citywide Activities Department to provide a contribution to The LGBTQ Center Long Beach (The Center) for their annual Black and White Ball; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $1,000 to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CD4 - Funds Transfer Rancho Los Alamitos

Item #4 • File #23-0518 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $2,500, offset by the Fourth Council District One-time District Priority Funds transferred from the Citywide Activities Department to provide a contribution to Rancho Los Alamitos Foundation in support of the Cottonwood Awards Luncheon; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $2,500 to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CD4 - Funds Transfer Bridge Gap Tennis

Item #5 • File #23-0519 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $5,000, offset by the Fourth Council District One-time District Priority Funds transferred from the Citywide Activities Department to provide a contribution to Bridge the Gap Tennis Management in support of the Free Youth Tennis Play Day; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $5,000 to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CC - Minutes

Item #6 • File #23-0520 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to approve the minutes for the City Council meetings of Tuesday, May 2 and May 9, 2023.

CC - Damage Claims

Item #7 • File #23-0521 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to refer to City Attorney damage claims received between May 8, 2023 and May 15, 2023.

PW - Easement deed at 2851 Orange Ave for street widening D5

Item #14 • File #23-0528 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to accept an easement deed from Duke Realty Orange LP, a Delaware limited partnership, property owner at 2851 Orange Avenue, for street widening, pedestrian, and ADA purposes; and Accept CEQA Notice of Determination, State Clearinghouse number 2019100514. (District 5)

PW - Easement deed at 3443 Long Beach Blvd for installation of public utilities D8

Item #15 • File #23-0529 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to accept an easement deed from 888-5 Partners LLC, a California limited liability company, property owner at 3443 Long Beach Boulevard, for the installation of public utilities; and Accept CEQA Notice of Determination, State Clearinghouse number 2018121025. (District 8)

Mayor - Climate Audit

Item #17 • File #23-0533 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to request City Auditor to conduct a comprehensive audit on fiscal liabilities and economic impacts to the City of Long Beach stemming from California’s transition away from crude oil and natural gas production to assist in the City’s transition planning efforts, and refer findings to the Climate, Environment, and Coastal Protection Committee for input and discussion.

CD4 - Studebaker Update

Item #18 • File #23-0522 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to request City Manager direct Public Works to provide a comprehensive update on the status of the Studebaker Road major corridor improvements project at the June 6, 2023 Council meeting.

DS - Approve a CUP for 1911 E PCH D6

Item #19 • File #23-0535 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to reaffirm adoption and approval of Mitigated Negative Declaration IS/MND 06-22, as previously approved and adopted by the City Council on February 21, 2023, and reaffirm that the Project is consistent with the previously adopted Mitigated Negative Declaration (IS/MND 06-22) and the findings of fact related thereto; and Approve Conditional Use Permit findings and conditions of approval memorializing the City Council’s February 21, 2023, action to uphold an appeal (APL22-005) and approve a Conditional Use Permit (CUP 2211-18) for a new car wash located at 1911 East Pacific Coast Highway in the Community R-4-N Commercial (CCN) Zoning District. (District 6)

FM - FY23 2nd Dept. and Fund budget appropriation adjustments

Item #20 • File #23-0536 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to approve the Fiscal Year 2023 second departmental and fund budget appropriation adjustments in accordance with existing City Council policy. (Citywide)

CD2 - Fund Transfer for Community Events

Item #25 • File #23-0545 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $1,000, offset by Second Council District One-Time District Priority Funds, transferred from the Citywide Activities Department, to provide contributions of: · $500 to Love Beyond Limits to support their 10th anniversary event, Connecting Beyond Limits, on May 19, 2023; · $250 to the Bluff Heights Neighborhood Association to support their 4th of July Block Party; · $250 to Long Beach Forward to support their fundraiser, Blossoming, on May 6, 2023; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $1,000, to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CD6 - Reward of no less than $25,000

Item #26 • File #23-0512 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to request City Manager to enter discussions with LA County to partner on establishing a reward of no less than $25,000 for information leading to the arrest of the suspect(s) involved in the May 9, 2023, fatal shooting on the 2200 Block of Lewis Avenue.

CM - Local Emergency

Item #27 • File #23-0544 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation continue the local emergency caused by conditions or threatened conditions of homelessness within the City of Long Beach, which if not corrected, constitute an imminent and proximate threat to the safety of persons and property within the City; and Receive and file an update on the emergency declaration and associated activities and provide any additional direction to City staff regarding the emergency. (Citywide)

supp memo

Item # • File #23-0546 (Details, PDF)
Supplemental Memorandum - Corrections and/or additions to the City Council Agenda as of 12:00 noon, Friday, May 19, 2023.

Contract

ED/HR - Lease for office space at 4900 Airport Plaza Dr. D4

Item #8 • File #23-0523 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all documents necessary for an office sublease agreement between 4900 Long Beach Office, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company (Landlord), and the City of Long Beach (Tenant), for office space at 4900 Airport Plaza Drive, Suite 110, and 4910 Airport Plaza Drive, Suite 225 for the City of Long Beach Human Resources Department’s Risk Management and Safety Bureaus. (District 4) Levine Act: Yes

FD - MOU w/LACo. DA’s office to implement and use the eCER portal

Item #9 • File #23-0524 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute a Memorandum of Understanding, and all necessary documents, including any subsequent amendments, with the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office, to implement and use the Electronic Charge Evaluation Request (eCER) portal, for the period of May 1, 2023 to April 30, 2029. (Citywide)

PRM - ROE for Naples Island Garden Club D3

Item #11 • File #23-0526 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute a Right-of-Entry Permit, and any related documents, with the Naples Island Garden Club, a nonprofit organization, and/or its agents, to provide landscape improvements and maintenance at La Bella Fontana di Napoli Park, for a term of four years, with two three-year renewal options, at the discretion of the City Manager. (District 3) Levine Act: Yes

PRM - Sean Khan Consulting Co. for the lease of a prefabricated modular building D4

Item #12 • File #23-0527 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to enter into a Lease Agreement with Sean Khan Consulting Company, Inc., of Chino Hills, CA, for the lease of a prefabricated modular building, for a period of five years, in an amount not to exceed $81,300. (District 4) Levine Act: Yes

PW - Alamitos Bay Pump Station Discharge Replacement line at 5437 E. Ocean Blvd D3

Item #13 • File #23-0530 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute an easement deed to be granted to Los Angeles County Flood Control District (LACFCD) for construction improvements to the Alamitos Bay Pump Station Discharge Replacement line, located at 5437 East Ocean Boulevard; and Accept that the project is within the scope of the Los Angeles County Water Resources Core Services discharge line replacement project for the Alamitos Bay Pump Station, previously analyzed as part of Mitigated Negative Declaration IS/MND, adopted by the County of Los Angeles Board of Supervisors on March 4, 2020. (District 3)

PW - As-needed professional engineering services

Item #21 • File #23-0537 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all documents necessary to amend Contract No. 36053 with AKM Consulting Engineers, Inc., of Irvine, CA; Contract No. 36042 with Anchor QEA, LLC, of Seattle, WA; Contract No. 36043 with Ardurra Group, Inc., of Tampa, FL; Contract No. 36094 with Arup North America Ltd., of Los Angeles, CA; Contract No. 36052 with Atlas Technical Consultants LLC, of Austin, TX; Contract No. 36088 with Buro Happold Consulting Engineers, Inc., of Los Angeles, CA; Contract No. 36038 with Dewberry Engineers Inc., of Fairfax, VA; Contract No. 36090 with Geosyntec Consultants, Inc., of Boca Raton, FL; Contract No. 36045 with HDR Engineering, Inc., of Long Beach, CA; Contract No. with 36089 IDC Consulting Engineers, Inc., of Anaheim, CA; Contract No. 36050 with Kleinfelder, Inc., of San Diego, CA; Contract No. 36046 with KOA Consulting, Inc., of Huntington Beach, CA; Contract No. 36048 with KOA Corporation, of Monterey Park, CA; Contract No. 36054 with KPFF Consulting Engineers, of Seattle, WA; Contract No. 36049 with Langan Engineering and Envi

Resolution

HR - Adopt a Resolution amending the City Salary Schedules

Item #10 • File #23-0525 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to adopt resolution amending the City Salary Schedule effective March 25, 2023. (Citywide)

FM - Master Fee and Charges Schedule

Item #16 • File #23-0531 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to receive the supporting documentation into the record, conclude the public hearing, and adopt resolution amending the Master Fee and Charges Schedule. (Citywide)

PW - Road maintenance and Rehabilitation Account Funding

Item #22 • File #23-0538 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to adopt resolution approving a list of projects citywide for repaving and resurfacing that are proposed to receive Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Account funding totaling an estimated $11,500,000 in the Fiscal Year 2024 Paving Program. (Citywide)

Ordinance

CM - Ordinance Amending LBMC 5.92

Item #23 • File #23-0532 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to declare ordinance amending the Long Beach Municipal Code (LBMC) to reinstate language in Chapter 5.92 related to the operation of adult-use dispensaries in mixed-used buildings in Downtown Long Beach to correct the clerical/scrivener error and allow the approved ordinance amendments from June 15, 2021, to remain in place, read for the first time and laid over to the next regular meeting of the City Council. (Citywide)

DS - Motel and UDU Mods (DS)

Item #24 • File #23-0489 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to declare ordinance amending the Long Beach Municipal Code by amending Chapters 21.25, Division IX (Local Coastal Development Permits), 21.65 (Interim Motel/Hotel Conversions) and 21.66 (Unpermitted Dwelling Unit Amnesty Program), read and adopted as read. (Citywide)
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2023.05.13 01:11 Inthenameoftaco Finally found a Unicorn Fare!

Finally found a Unicorn Fare!
Came up on a reservation. Dropped off a pax less than two miles away from the pickup right before the app sent me to pick up this rider. Ended up being $47.88 with a $3.50 bonus. Total trip of 15 mins, and a total distance less than 4 miles. 🙌
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2023.05.11 01:52 Primobryan Contract Violation?

Contract Violation?
So I had a drop off last night from Walgreens, I arrive at the drop off and its an abandoned boarded up house, trash everywhere on the front lawn, garden weeds about 2 feet tall, windows boarded up with plywood, no light source anywhere on the property, it was pitch black and around 10:40pm. The house was gated with a padlock on the only gate to access the property.
The drop off was really sketchy and very unsafe, basically an abandoned boarded up home on an empty field, and in light of recent news of homicides happening to couriers on the job I was not going to tresspass, especially since the area was desolate, very dark and the gate had a padlock.
I contacted the customer and they tell me they live on a different street than where the gps took me so I contact doordash support and tell them the issue so I can know how to proceed, she noticed I was at the correct drop off and noticed on the chat the customer gave me a different street address. She attempts to call the customer but the customer did not answer. Dasher support then told me to just leave the order in a safe area and mark it delivered there since that was where gps sent me based on the customers provided address. I told her there is no safe area or signs that anyone lives on this property and that the area is pitch black boarded up, gated with a lock and very unsafe place to leave an order.
She instructs me to still take the picture, mark the order delivered and dispose of the order. I asked her if it will affect my ratings or be a contract violation since I was unable to reach the customer, she assured me everything is logged and that this will not affect me. So I took the picture, tossed the bag over the padlocked gate so in away I still delivered/disposed the order at the location as instructed by dasher support and today I wake up to a contract violation. I already submitted a review and awaiting for their response.
How long does it normally take for this to clear up? Does doordash not record their calls made to dasher support? I do not have audio proof of the call between the dasher support and me and the instructions she provided, but I do have screenshots of the chat between the customer and me. Basically the only silver lining I got is that I have screenshots of where the gps took me, I shared that screenshot with the customer and I also got a screenshot of the customer telling me me they live on a different street after I shared the gps screenshot with the customer.
I also have pictures of how dark and unsafe the drop off was, on my phone the picture looks a lot brighter than it actually was because my phone automatically enhances dark photos to make them look brighter and I also had my car parked next to their mailbox with my high beams on as an additional light source because without the high beams I could barely see the outline of the home but you can tell it was dark at the time because It was 10:40pm and you can clearly see the highbeams light reflect off the mattress and mailbox indicating the area was dark enough to be able to see a light beam.
On my picture you can barely see the bag where I left the order its a little white pharmacy paper bag left on the middle of the padlocked gate to left side of the picture its hard to see it because the order was a single over the counter topical ointment cream in one of those tiny pharmacy paper bags and again its hard to see because it blends in with the tall grass and debris in the background but its there you can see a tiny white pouch looking thing next to the gate. I had to take the picture from afar so I can use my cars high beams as an extra light source because I could barely see a thing and I was also trying to keep my distance from the clearly unsafe property. But in the picture you can clearly see that all the windows facing the street have been boarded up with plywood and in the background their is a lot trash/debris stacked up and possibly a collapsed shed or garage in the background. Whoever lived here was likely evicted and had all their stuff thrown out or maybe the customer was a squatter living in an abondoned home using the address to recieve packages or just maybe the customer entered the wrong address.
Anyways I have attached the photo of the property so you guys can see what I dealt with. Stay safe out there everyone.
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2023.04.24 14:57 AnderLouis_ Hail and Farewell (George Moore) - Book 2: Salve, Chapter 7 and 8

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VII
But who is Frank Fay? the reader asks. In the days of Diarmuid and Grania he was earning his living as a shorthand writer and typist in an accountant's office, and when his day's work was over he went to the National Library to read books on stage history. His brother Willie was a clerk in some gas-works, and painted scenery when his work was over, and both brothers, whenever the opportunity offered, were ready to arrange for the performances of sketches, farces, one-act plays in temperance halls. But Box and Cox did not satisfy their ambitions; and the enthusiasm which The Twisting of the Rope had evoked brought Willie Fay to my house one evening, to ask me if I would use my influence with the Gaelic League to send himself and his brother out, with a little stock company, to play an equal number of plays in English and Irish.
But do you know Irish sufficiently?
He admitted that neither of them had any Irish at all, and my brow clouded.
We must have a few plays in English; we wouldn't always be sure of an Irish-speaking audience.
If English plays are allowed, precedence will be given to them. The line of least resistance, I said; but the idea of stock company travelling all over the country seemed an excellent one, and I promised that on the morrow, as soon as I had finished my writing, I would go down to the Gaelic League offices and lay the project before the secretary.
We writers are always glad of any little excuse for an afternoon walk. Our brains are exhausted after five or six hours of composition, and the question arises how are the hours before dinner to be whiled away, and the hours after dinner, for if we go to bed before twelve we may lie awake thinking of what we have written during the day, and of what we hope to write on the morrow. The reader sees us spending our evenings reading, but we have read all the books that we want to read; the modern theatre is merely servant-girlism (I make no difference between the kitchen and the drawing-room variety). After forty, shooting and hunting amuse us no longer, and women, though still enchanting, are not quite so enchanting as they used to be. There's one.... She turned round the corner into Baggot Street, and I stood hesitating between a choice of ways. The Green tempted me, and I thought of Grafton Street and of the women running in and out of its shops, and after each other, talking and gathering up the finery which brings the young barristers from the Courts—spruce young fellows, whom I had often seen in little groups of threes and fours, each one trying to look as if he were busy disentangling some knotty point of law, but thinking all the while of his coloured socks and of the women going by. In Grafton Street I should meet little Tommy O'Shaughnessy on his way home from Green Street Court House which he never really leaves, talking to himself, and tapping his snuff-box from time to time; and Gill would be floating along there, lost in admiration of his own wisdom. Sir Thornley Stoker rarely misses Grafton Street between four and five; I should certainly catch sight of him hopping about a silversmith's, like an old magpie, prying out spoons and forks, and the immodest bulk of Larky Waldron, waiting outside for him, looking into the window. A hundred other odds and oddments I should meet there, every one amusing to see and to hear; all the same for a change of spectacle it might be as well to stroll to the Gaelic League offices through Merrion Street and along Nassau Street. I should meet students on their way to the National Library, girls and boys, and an old derelict Jesuit whom I liked to see going by in his threadbare coat, tightly buttoned, a great Irish scholar; and then there are the clerics to see, out for their afternoon walks, with perhaps a glimpse of Edward talking to them. He always says that he likes Bohemians or priests. The rural clergy tell him about the country, and he tells the urban priest that he has very nearly succeeded in inveigling Archbishop Walsh into accepting ten thousand pounds for the establishment of a choir to sing Palestrina and Orlando di Lasso. The priests go away, smiling inwardly, thinking him a little eccentric, but a very good Catholic. If Edward is out of town and my taste runs that day towards trees and greenswards, all I have to do is to go down Leinster Street and through a gateway into Trinity College Gardens. Professor Mahaffy sometimes walks in the path under the railings shaded by beautiful trees, and if it had not been for a ferocious article published at the time, attacking him for his lack of sympathy for the Gaelic Movement, we might have spent many pleasant hours together under the hawthorns. Professor Tyrrell's hostility to our movement was less aggressive, and I liked to meet him in the gardens, and to walk a little way with him, listening to his pleasant ancient warble about the literature that he has lived in all his life, and with which he is so saturated that, involuntarily, he transports me out of the grey modern day to Athens, where Aristophanes walked to the Piraeus to watch for the galleys from Sicily.
If these two men are not about, there are other professors, and I have often been through the gardens talking with the fellow that teaches French. He is, of course, learned in Corneille, Racine, and Ronsard, and, by some strange chance, he knows Stuart Merrill, a poet of some distinction, a contributor to the old Revue Indépendante, Dujardin's Revue, but unfortunately he never met Dujardin, and as it is impossible to talk of Stuart Merrill for more than half an hour, he was generally sent away at Carlisle Bridge. On the other side one was sure to run up against Taidgh O'Donoghue, the modern Irish poet, the rival of the Munster poets of the eighteenth century, and my Irish translator, though O'Neill Russell had begged me to beware of him, saying that the Irish that Taidgh wrote would not be understood out of Munster—a libel on the Irish language, proved to be one soon after the arrival of a boy from Galway, my nephew's Irish tutor, for Comber, who had never been out of Galway before, understood every word of Taidgh's beautiful translation of my story, The Wedding Gown.
The great old cock was O'Neill Russell, whom we never looked upon as an old man, despite his eighty years. How could we, since he was straight as a maypole, and went for walks of two-and-twenty miles among the Dublin mountains? He came back to me one day after one of these strolls, the news bubbling upon his lips that he had composed an entire scenario on the subject of an heroic adventure that had happened to an Irish king in the thirteenth century; but he would not stay to dinner, nor even to relate it; he was in too great a hurry to verify a fact in the National Library, to get his scenario down on paper. For one reason or another he never dined at my house, though he liked to come in after dinner for a talk on Saturday nights. It was no use offering him a cigar, he always begged to be allowed to smoke his pipe, and there being no spittoons in my dining-room the coal-scuttle was put by him. A great old cock, head upreared, fine neck, grand shoulders, a stately piece of architecture, fine in detail as in general effect. A big nose divided the face, wandering grey eyes lit it. The large hands had worked for sixty years in America, in France, in the East. He had been all over the world, and had returned to Ireland with some seventy, eighty, perhaps a hundred pounds a year. He was gibed in songs, for he had gone away as a boy, speaking bad Irish, and come back after sixty years, speaking bad Irish still; so said the song's refrain, and a story followed at his heels that he had vilified a man for twenty years in the American newspapers, denouncing him as a renegade Irishman, because had advocated a certain use of the genitive. A great old cock, as young as the youngest of the men that came to my house, were it not for a certain sadness—a very beautiful sadness, not for himself, but for his country. He had hoped all his life for Ireland's resurrection, but at the end of his life it seemed as far distant as ever.
He haunted the Gaelic League offices, and the day he pushed the door open, entering the room with a great stride, I began to wonder who the intruder could be—this great tall man, dressed in a faded blue jacket and a pair of grey trousers, and a calico shirt. The editor of the Claidheamh introduced us, and my heart went out to him at once, as every heart did, for he was the recognisable Irishman, the adventurer, the wild goose. And after that meeting we met frequently between five and six o'clock; the Gaelic League offices were then a pleasant resort; all kinds and conditions of men assembled there, and we discussed the Irish language sitting upon tables while smoking cigarettes. It appeared every week in the Claidheamh Soluis, and I liked to dictate a paragraph for somebody to turn into Irish before my eyes, and, when the editor paused for an equivalent, every one ransacked his memory, but our dictionary was always O'Neill Russell—a rambling, incoherent, untrustworthy, old dictionary—but one that none of us would have willingly been without. It is pleasant to remember that he was in the offices of the League the day that I called to unfold my project for a little travelling company to the secretary and that he approved of it; but his conversation soon diverged from the matter in hand into an argument regarding the relative merits of Munster and Connaught Irish.
I'm afraid, he said, that you've come too late to revive the Irish language. There are only three men in Ireland who can write pure Irish. It's dialect, sir, they write.
This may be true, my dear Mr O'Neill Russell, but bad Irish is better than good English and I care little what Irish we get so long as we get ourselves out of English.
A few days after, I returned triumphant to the secretary, Kuno Meyer having told me the night before that Goethe, when he was asked how the German language might be fostered in Poland, had answered, Not so much by schools, or by books, but by travelling companies that will play, not necessarily good plays—good plays are not even desirable—but homely little plays that will interest the villagers. Everybody likes the theatre, and people will take the trouble to learn a language so that they may understand plays.
I'm giving you Goethe's own words, and you'll be well advised to accept the wisdom of the wisest man since Antiquity. The secretary did not answer, and I continued angrily: Up to the present you have done nothing but tell the people that they should learn Irish, and the people are asking themselves what good the language will do them when they have got it. The question is not unreasonable, and it cannot be left unanswered. Willie Fay is willing to undertake the management of a company acting little plays in Irish. You don't answer, and if I read your face correctly, you are not of Goethe's opinion?
That is not what I was going to say, sir. I was thinking of our finances. Our organisers cost the League a great deal of money.
But your organisers will not be able to do half as much for the language as a company of strolling players. How much do you pay your organisers?
About two hundred a year.
Two hundred a year to bawl from market place to market place: Now, my fine fellows, will you be telling me why don't you speak the language of your forefathers? If it was good enough for them it ought to be good enough for you. And you, Joe Maguire, why aren't you talking Irish?
The secretary was not disposed to admit that the organisers of the League were as uncouth as I wished to represent them.
It matters little whether they are couth or uncouth, my good sir; you must provide a reason for the learning of Irish, and there are only two valid reasons—to read books and to understand plays.
Bedell's Bible was mentioned; a masterpiece of modern Irish, the secretary admitted it to be.
But what would Father Riley be saying if we were caught putting forward a Protestant book? We can't afford to have the priests against us.
I know that; but the priest couldn't object to the travelling company?
The secretary admitted that he did not see how he could, and he promised to lay my project for the financing of a small company of strolling players before the Coisde Gnotha on the eighteenth, and on the nineteenth he told me the matter had been carefully considered, but—
If the Coisde Gnotha would only give me an opportunity of laying my project before them. You see it is impossible for you to tell them all that is in my mind. The secretary said he thought he had listened very carefully to me, and had repeated all I had said. You will excuse me if I say that I could plead my own case better than you. Among other things I forgot to tell you that the travelling company might prove a paying concern. If it were to pay ten pounds a week after expenses?
Of course if it did that.... But besides the money there are other difficulties, he said. There are women's parts in the plays you propose to have acted? The ladies who play these parts could hardly travel about unprotected. Father Riley, who is on the Coisde Gnotha—
He is everywhere.
He's a great man for the Irish, and he brought out this point very clearly, and everybody agreed with him.
Of course, if Ireland is to be governed by parish priests! and I fumed about the office, talking of the Italian Renaissance.
There is nothing to hinder you and Mr Martyn from starting a company.
Fiddlesticks. The Moore and Martyn Company would have no success whatever. If it is to be done at all it will have to be called The Gaelic League Touring Company. Besides, Mr Martyn wouldn't go into any project that the priests opposed on the ground of faith and morals; so I suppose the thing is at an end.
I wouldn't advise you to go on with it, for I've always noticed that nothing succeeded in Ireland unless the priests take it up.
So the Irish language is going to be sacrificed for the sake of a little female virtue. But girls are seducing young men ... and old men, too, for the matter of that, all over the world, and every hour of the night and day. That such a profligacy is not desirable in England I readily understand; but in Ireland! You know what I mean.
I'm afraid I don't.
You surprise me. And taking a sovereign out of my pocket, I held it up to his gaze. The depreciation of the gold species. Now you understand?
I'm afraid I don't.
If a man employs fifty girls in a factory he wishes them to practise virtue, for if they don't they will not be able to give him that amount of work which will enable him to pay dividends. But in Ireland there are no factories, and consequently female virtue is not a natural necessity, as in England.
I'm afraid you'll never get Father Riley to see it from your point of view.
Probably not. Irish Catholics have taken their morality from English Puritans. I should have said economists. Good morning.
But half-way down the stairs a new ideas occurred to me, and the temptation was very great to return and tell the secretary that the safety bicycle has brought a new morality into the world, even into Ireland, for, by freeing girls from the control of their mothers, it has given them the right to earn their own living; and the right of women to earn their living on their feet has—and I paused to consider the question—has brought to a close the oldest of all the trades. The light-of-love is becoming as rare as the chough, and on the dusty stairs of the Gaelic League I remembered how numerous they used to be on Kingstown Pier on Sundays, all of them beautifully dressed in sea-green dresses and sealskin jackets. All the same, there is no reason why the moralist should rejoice; their places are being taken by bands of enthusiastic amateurs. Thousands of years ago in India, I said, the Buddhist spoke of the wheel of Life, or was it the wheel of Change? And, thinking how quickly this wheel revolves in the middle of us, I imagined myself in a pulpit, preaching a great sermon on morality, its cause and cure; and the wonderful things I could say on this subject ran on in my head until I caught sight of three large, healthy-looking priests standing on the kerb, dressed in admirable broadcloth, and wearing finely stitched American boots, their fat and freckled hands playing with their watch-chains. At that moment dear Edward joined them, and from the complacency that his arrival brought into the clerical faces it seemed certain that he was asking how the country was looking, meaning thereby, how is the Irish language going along? And they are answering his questions sympathetically, I said; but on approaching the group the words Her Excellency caught my ear, and I guessed that they were talking of the caravan which Lady Aberdeen had sent round the country—a caravan of plastic protests and warnings against the danger of spitting, and of sleeping within closed windows.
But it will not occur to them that insufficient food is the cause of much consumption, I said, thinking of the vanman who goes out at six o'clock in the morning and returns home at midday wet to the skin, and, after a dinner of potatoes and dripping (lucky if he gets a bit of American bacon), goes out again, and comes back about eight or nine to a cup of tea, lucky if he gets that before lying down in his wet shirt. Father Riley had set me against the clerics, and it was in a spirit of rebuke that I listened to the priests proposing that sermons denouncing spitting should be delivered in every parish from the altar.
Edward introduced me to the holy ones, and, after listening to them for a while, the temptation stole over me to tell them that I had written to Her Excellency last night, asking her to use her very great influence to make known the cure that had been discovered.
And what cure is that? Edward asked innocently.
Holy Orders. Now, listen! I have come upon a great truth: that for the last hundred years no Archbishop has died from consumption, nor a Bishop, nor a parish priest, only two or three outlying curates. Therefore, my letter to Her Excellency is a serious advocacy that all Ireland should take Orders, those who want to lead celibate lives remaining or becoming Catholics, those who wish to enter the marriage state remaining, or discovering themselves, Protestants. In this way, and only in this way, will Her Excellency be able to kill a fatal disease and rid Ireland of religious differences. What do you think of the new cure, gentlemen? But, Edward, wait a moment. As the priests did not seem ready with an answer, I bade them goodbye abruptly, and hurried after Edward. Why all this haste? I asked, overtaking him.
I don't like that kind of talk. It's most offensive to me; and I, after introducing you—
But, my dear Edward, how can it be offensive to propose that all Ireland shall take Orders? Didn't Father Sheehan say in his last masterpiece that he looked forward to the day when Ireland should be one vast monastery?
When that day comes they'll make short work of fellows like you—ship you all off. But I daren't linger at the corner talking; I'll catch another cold.
But, Edward, I've just come from the Gaelic League, and have to speak to you on a matter of importance.
Well, then, come along.
We might follow the quays to Ringsend.
That way means loitering, looking at ships, and Edward, who had been feeling a little bit livery lately, proposed that we should walk to Ballsbridge and follow the Dodder on to Donnybrook, returning home by Leeson Street. We crossed Carlisle Bridge at the rate of four miles an hour, and at the end of Westmoreland Street Edward said This way, and we turned into Brunswick Street. At Westland Row he said, We'll turn up here and avoid the back streets, and away we went, through Merrion Square and Lower Mount Street, Edward thinking all the time of his liver, never for a moment of the business that I wished to speak to him about, and my irritation increased against him at every lamp-post in Lower Mount Street, but I restrained myself till we reached Ballsbridge.
Was a man ever absorbed in himself as you are, I wonder?
How is that? he asked, becoming interested at once.
You've forgotten that I told you I had an important matter to speak to you about.
No, I haven't. But I'm waiting for you to speak about it.
And all this while—
Come now, no fussing. What have you got to say?
Feeling the uselessness of being angry with him, I told him of my interview with the secretary. Apparently the touring company is all off; and though you were in favour of it a fortnight ago, you weren't enthusiastic when it came up for discussion. You were asleep.
Who told you I was asleep? You'd fall asleep, too, if you were kept out of your bed till three o'clock in the morning, listening to them saying the same things over and over again.
Well, when you woke up you voted against me with Father Riley. Deny it if you can.
It wasn't till Father Riley brought out the point—
But you were asleep.
No, I wasn't asleep. I followed the argument very closely, and I agree with Father Riley that it would be a very serious thing, indeed, to persuade four or five girls to leave their mothers, and cast them into the promiscuous current of theatrical life without proper chaperons.
A breath of theology blows you hither and thither. You'd have yielded to the persuasion of the learned friar to throw out The Countess Cathleen, if you hadn't found a backing in Father Barry and Father Tom Finlay. Your own play would have had to go with it; even that sacrifice would not have stopped you; and because we wouldn't produce your play, The Tale of a Town
I don't know that anybody else would have acted as I did. When you sided with Yeats against me, I gave you my play to adapt, to cut up, to turn inside out, for I had always preached unity, and was determined that nobody should say I didn't practise what I preached when my turn came.
We produced Maeve instead of The Tale of a Town. You didn't expect that we were going to produce two plays by you in one year, did you? We preferred Maeve. All the same you threw us over. Your agreement with Yeats was to provide money for three years, and when you backed out we had to go to Benson. He agreed to produce Diarmuid and Grania, else the Irish Literary Theatre would not have completed its three years.
There was a great deal in Diarmuid and Grania which I didn't approve of—many coarse expressions, and a tendency to place Pagan Ireland above Christian Ireland. I'm not taken in—I'm not taken in by you and Yeats and ... the old proselytiser in the background.
The long loose mouth tightened; a look of resolution came into the eyes; the woollen gloves grasped the umbrella, and the step grew quicker. I lagged a little behind to obtain a better view of the great boots. Years ago, in London, I had asked him to come and see the Robinsons with me, not noticing the size of his boots until he was seated in their drawing-room; on the hearthrug at Earl's Terrace they seemed to take up so much room that I felt obliged to tell Edward that he would do well to get himself a pair of patent leathers, which, I am bound to say, he ordered at once, and in Jermyn Street, presenting on his next visit a more spruce appearance. But he had always felt out of his element in drawing-rooms, and had long ago returned to the original boots and to the black overcoat, in which he wraps himself in winter as in a blanket. Under the brim of the bowler hat I could just catch sight of the line of his aquiline nose—a drop hung at the end of it; it fell as we entered Leeson Street, at the moment when he was telling me of the agreement he would draw up if he succeeded in persuading the Archbishop to accept his ten thousand pounds for the support of the polyphonic choir. Edward is shrewd enough in business, and I admired the scrupulosity of the wording of the bond which would prevent the clerics from ever returning to Gounod's Ave Maria.
My money will be tied up in such a way that there will be no setting aside of Palestrina for Verdi's Requiem when I'm out of the way.
It amused me to think of the embarrassment of the Archbishop fairly caught between the devil and the deep sea, reduced to the necessity of refusing ten thousand pounds, or entering into the strictest covenant for the performance of sixteenth-century polyphonic music for ever and ever. On one point, however, Edward was inclined to yield. If some great composer of religious music should arise, the fact that he was born out of due time should not exclude his works from performance at the Dublin Cathedral.
But as that possibility is very remote, it is not probable that my choir will ever stray beyond Palestrina, Vittoria, Orlando di Lasso, and Clemens non Papa.
His appearance seemed so strangely at variance with his tastes that I could not help smiling; the old grey trousers challenged the eye at that moment, and I thought of the thin decadent youth, very fastidious in his dress, writing Latin, Greek, or French poems, that one would have naturally imagined as the revivalist of old polyphonic music. An old castle would be the inevitable dwelling of this youth; he would have purchased one for the purpose. But Edward had inherited the castle. He is, as his mother used to say, the last male of his race. A very old race the Martyns are, having been in Ireland since the earliest times. It is said that they came over with William the Conqueror from France, so Edward is a descendant of ancient knights on one side, the very lineage that the Parsifal side of Edward's nature would choose, but the Parsifal side is remote and intermittent, it does not form part of his actual life, and he is prouder of the Smiths than the Martyns, attributing any talent that he may have to his grandfather, John Smith of Masonbrook, a pure peasant, a man of great original genius, who, without education or assistance from any one, succeeded in piling up a great fortune in the county of Galway. He had invested his money in land when estates were being sold in the Encumbered Estates Court, and so successful were his speculations that he was able to marry his daughter to old John Martyn of Tillyra, to whom she brought a fortune of ten thousand pounds. She had inherited from her father some good looks, a distinguished appearance, many refined tastes, and the reader has not forgotten altogether her grief at Edward's celibacy, which would deprive the Gothic house he built to please her of an heir.
My recollections of mother and son go back to the very beginning of my life, to the time when Edward returned from Oxford, writing poems that I admired for their merit, and probably a little for the sake of my friend, in whom I discerned an original nature. I am too different from other people, he used to say, ever to be a success, and the poems were ultimately burnt, for they seemed to him to be, on reflection, in disagreement with the teachings of his Church. So he was in the beginning what he is in the end, I said, and a great psychologist might have predicted his solitary life in two musty rooms above a tobacconist's shop, and his last habits, such as pouring his tea into a saucer, balancing the saucer on three fingers like an old woman in the country. Edward is all right if he gets his Mass in the morning and his pipe in the evening. A great bulk of peasantry with a delicious strain of Palestrina running through it.
I must be getting my dinner, he said.
But won't you come home and dine with me? There are many other points—
No, he said, I don't care to dine with you. You're never agreeable at table. You find fault with the cooking.
If you come back I swear to you that whatever the cook may send me up—
The last time I dined at your house you made remarks about my appetite.
If I did, it was because I feared apoplexy. Several parish priests have died lately.
His great back disappeared in the direction of a tavern.

VIII

As it seemed easier to tell Willie Fay the bad news than to write a letter I left a message with one of his friends asking him to call at my house. Any evening except Saturday would suit me. On Saturday evenings I received my friends, and it would be difficult to discuss the matter freely before them. So Willie Fay came to see me one Thursday night, and perching himself on the highest chair in the room in spite of my protests, he fidgeted in it like a man in a hurry, anxious to get through an interview which had no longer any interest for him, answering me with a yes and a no, receiving the suggestion very coldly that in a few months new members would be elected to the Coisde Gnotha.
Men, I said, who will take a different view from Father Riley. I suppose you wouldn't care to wait?
They'll go their way and I'll go mine, he answered, and with such a grand air of indifference that I began to suspect he had already heard of my failure to persuade the Gaelic League to accept him as the manager of a touring company and had gotten something else in view. The acoustics of Dublin are very perfect. But when I questioned him regarding his plans he gave a vague answer and took his leave as soon as he decently could.
A secret there certainly was, and I thought it over till AE mentioned on Saturday night that the Fays had come to ask him to allow them to perform his Deirdre.
Your Deirdre!
And forthwith he confided to me that one morning, about six weeks before, as he rose from his bed, he had seen her in the woods, where she lived with Levarcham. I saw the lilacs blooming in the corner of the yard, and herself running through the woods towards the dun. She came crying to her dear foster-mother, half for protection, half for glee—she had seen a young man for the first time, Naisi, who, in pursuit of a deer, had passed through the glen unperceived, though it was strictly guarded by the king's spearmen.
And what happens then? I asked, interested in the setting forth of the story.
A love-scene with Naisi, who begs Deirdre to fly with him to Scotland, for only by putting a sea between them can they escape the wrath of Concubar. And it was while returning home over Portobello Bridge that he saw Naisi in his Scottish dun mending a spear, a memory of the chivalry of the Ultonians having kindled in him during the night.
So far have I written, AE said, and as soon as I get another free evening I shall finish the act for the Fays.
But he had to wait a long while for his next inspiration, and in great patience the actors and actresses continued to chant their parts through the winter nights until the third act was brought to them.
It was then discovered that AE's play was too short for an evening's entertainment, and Yeats was asked for his Cathleen ni Houlihan; he had met her last summer in one of the Seven Woods of Coole—in which, a future historian will decide; for me it is to tell merely that the two plays were performed on April 15 in St Teresa's Hall, Clarendon Street, before an enthusiastic and demonstrative crowd of men and women. A later historian will also have to determine whether AE took the part of the God Mananaan Mac Lir at this performance, or whether he only appeared in the part at the preliminary performance in Coffey's drawing-room. All I know for certain is that none will ever forget the terrible emphasis he gave to the syllables Man-aan-nawn MacLeer in Coffey's drawing-room. He very likely had something to do with the bringing over of Maud Gonne from France to play the part of Cathleen ni Houlihan. Or did she come for Yeats's sake? However, she came, and dreaming of the many rebel societies that awaited her coming she gave point to the line since become famous:
They have taken from me my four beautiful fields,
a line which I have no hesitation in taking from Lady Gregory and attributing to Yeats.
An Irish audience always likes to be reminded of the time when Ireland was a nation, and the Fays determined that some organisation must be started to keep the idea alive; the Presidency of the National Theatre Society was offered to AE, but he seemed to have considered his dramatic mission over, and contented himself with drawing up the rules and advising the members to elect Yeats as their President. He may have noticed that Yeats had been seeking an outlet for Irish dramatic genius ever since the break-up of the Irish Literary Theatre, and for sure the fact was not lost upon him that Yeats's ears pricked up only when the word play was mentioned, and that his eyes were never lifted from the ground in his walks except to overlook a piece of waste ground as a possible site for a theatre. He could not but have heard Yeats mutter on more than one occasion, Goethe had a theatre ... Wagner had a theatre; and he had drawn the just conclusion that Yeats was seeking an outlet for Irish dramatic talent, and would bring courage and energy to the aid of the new movement. Oh, the wise AE, for Yeats as soon as he was elected President took the Fays in hand, discovering almost immediately that their art was of French descent and could be traced back to the middle of the seventeenth century in France. Some explanation of this kind was necessary, for Dublin had to be persuaded that two little clerks had suddenly become great artists, and to confirm Dublin in this belief the newspapers were requested to state that Mr W. B. Yeats was writing a play for Mr William Fay on the subject of The Pot of Broth.
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2023.04.20 23:58 Narrow_Quarter4786 "Delivered" but package can't be found with a really stupid photo of delivery

This is ridiculous, it's not even a picture at my door or at my complex???
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2023.03.24 23:38 8bitninja Hit up your local viewing party tomorrow. All g's are always welcome.

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2023.03.19 03:53 longbeachlocale 🚨 City Council Meeting • March 21, 2023 • 5:00 PM 🚨

🗓 Date: March 21, 2023 @ 5PM
🗺 Location: Long Beach Civic Center411 W. Ocean Boulevard
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Agenda Item

CD 5 - Contribution in Support of the Fix Project

Item #1 • File #23-0231 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $250, offset by the Fifth Council District One-Time District Priority Funds transferred from the Citywide Activities Department to provide a contribution to The Fix Project; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $250 to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CD4 - Funds Transfer Little Lion Foundation

Item #2 • File #23-0232 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $1,000, offset by the Fourth Council District One-time District Priority Funds transferred from the Citywide Activities Department to provide support to The Little Lion Foundation (LLF) for their ongoing euthanasia-prevention efforts of small cats and kittens; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $1,000 to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CD2, 4 - Fund Transfer to Cambodia Town, Inc.

Item #3 • File #23-0233 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $2,000, offset by $1,000 of Second Council District One-time District Priority Funds and $1,000 of Fourth Council District One-time District Priority Funds transferred from the Citywide Activities Department, to provide a contribution to Cambodia Town, Inc. to support their 15th Annual Cambodia Town Parade and Culture Festival; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $2,000 to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CD 8 - Fund Transfers for Community Events & Scholarships

Item #4 • File #23-0234 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $3,500, offset by the Eighth Council District One-time District Priority Funds, transferred from the Citywide Activities Department, to provide donations of: 1. $2,500 to the Los Angeles County Community Development Foundation (LACDF) to support their Resident Scholarship Program; 2. $1,000 to the Speak Up Empowerment Foundation, Inc. to support the 7th Annual Ms. Single Mom Empowerment Forum; and Decrease appropriation in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $3,500, to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CC - Minutes

Item #5 • File #23-0235 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to approve the minutes for the City Council meeting of Tuesday, March 7, 2023.

CC - Damage Claims

Item #6 • File #23-0236 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to refer to City Attorney damage claims received between March 6, 2023 and March 13, 2023.

ER - Long Beach Unit Annual Plan (July 1, 2023 - June 30, 2024)

Item #8 • File #23-0238 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to approve and adopt the Long Beach Unit Annual Plan (July 1, 2023 to June 30, 2024) and Program Plan (July 1, 2023 to June 30, 2028). (Citywide)

ER - Modification and Supplement of the Long Beach Unit Annual Plan

Item #9 • File #23-0239 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to approve the Modification and Supplement of the Long Beach Unit Annual Plan (July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023). (Citywide)

ER - Elevation Changes Nov 2021-October 2022

Item #10 • File #23-0240 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to receive and file the attached report, “Elevation Changes in the City of Long Beach, November 2021 through November 2022.” (Citywide)

PRM - Fee waiver – Navy Yacht Club D3

Item #22 • File #23-0252 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager or designee, to approve a fee waiver for the Navy Yacht Club - Long Beach, in an amount not to exceed $5,000, for use of dock space in Alamitos Bay Marina for Veteran honoring, racing and cruise celebrations, for the period of April 2023 through December 2023. (District 3)

PRM - Fee waiver – Long Beach Yacht Club D3

Item #23 • File #23-0253 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager or designee, to approve a fee waiver for the Long Beach Yacht Club, in an amount not to exceed $8,250, for use of dock space in Alamitos Bay Marina for visiting/participating vessels during the 2023 Ficker and Congressional Cups, for the period of April 13 through April 22, 2023, and the United States Open Sailing Series for the period of July 14 through July 16, 2023. (District 3)

PRM - Fee waiver – Seal Beach Yacht Club D3

Item #24 • File #23-0254 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager or designee, to approve a fee waiver for the Seal Beach Yacht Club, in an amount not to exceed $5,000, for use of dock space in Alamitos Bay Marina for visiting/participating vessels for Opening Day festivities on May 6, 2023; the Seal Beach to Dana Point Regatta on July 8, 2023, and during the 2023 Marina Del Rey “Outlaw” Regatta on September 2, 2023. (District 3)

PD - Officer Wellness and Mental Health Program Grant

Item #25 • File #23-0255 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager or designee, to execute all necessary documents, including any subsequent amendments, with the California Board of State and Community Corrections, to receive and expend grant funding in the amount of $520,243 from the Officer Wellness and Mental Health Grant Program to improve officer wellness and expanding mental health resources, for the period of July 1, 2022 to December 1, 2025; and Increase appropriations in the General Grants Fund Group in the Police Department by $520,243, offset by grant revenue. (Citywide)

PW - Colorado Lagoon SCE Easement D3

Item #26 • File #23-0256 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager or designee, to grant an easement deed to Southern California Edison, for the installation of two utility poles and an electrical duct bank in and along Colorado Street, between Eliot Street and Orlena Avenue, as part of the construction of the Colorado Lagoon Open Channel Phase 2A project. (District 3)

PW - Easement deed at 5599 Atlantic Ave. for the installation of public utilities D8

Item #27 • File #23-0257 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager or designee, to accept an easement deed from HKJ Gold, Inc., a California Corporation, and owner of the property owner at 5599 Atlantic Avenue, for the installation of public utilities; and Accept the Notice of Exemption from CEQA Number CE-22-142. (District 8)

M - Training Module for City Commissioners & Board Members

Item #31 • File #23-0260 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to request City Clerk to develop a training module for council-appointed members of City boards and commissions which includes, but is not limited to, training on the City’s 2030 Strategic Vision, current ethics standards, and the City’s Equity Toolkit.

PD - PD Communications Presentation

Item #34 • File #23-0263 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to receive and file a presentation on public safety communications from the Long Beach Police Department. (Citywide)

César Chávez Day & Dolores Huerta Day Proclamation

Item #40 • File #23-0272 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to request City Attorney to draft resolution officially recognizing every 31st of March as César Chávez Day in the City of Long Beach; and Request City Attorney to draft resolution officially recognizing every 10th of April as Dolores Huerta Day in the City of Long Beach.

Long Beach Sankranta 2023

Item #41 • File #23-0273 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $2,500, offset by the Seventh Council District One-time District Priority Funds, transferred from the Citywide Activities Department to United Cambodian Community (UCC) to support Long Beach Sankranta 2023 on April 1, 2023; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group by $2,500 to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

Fund Transfers to Support Community Events

Item #42 • File #23-0274 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $1,500, offset by Second Council District One-Time District Priority Funds, transferred from the Citywide Activities Department, to provide contributions of: · $500 to the Long Beach Community Action Partnership for their annual fundraiser on March 10, 2023; · $500 to the United Cambodian Community to support Long Beach Sankranta on April 1, 2023; · $500 to the Speak Up Empowerment Foundation, Inc. to support the 7th Annual Ms. Single Mom Empowerment Forum on April 22, 2023; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $1,500, to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

Presentation - Sankranta 2023

Item #43 • File #23-0275 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to request the City Council to receive and file a presentation in recognition of Long Beach Sankranta 2023.

Homelessness Emergency Declaration

Item #44 • File #23-0276 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to continue the local emergency caused by conditions or threatened conditions of homelessness within the City of Long Beach, which if not corrected, constitute an imminent and proximate threat to the safety of persons and property within the City; and Receive and file an update on the emergency declaration and associated activities and provide any additional direction to City staff regarding the emergency. (Citywide)

sup memo

Item # • File #23-0277 (Details, PDF)
Supplemental Memorandum - Corrections and/or additions to the City Council Agenda as of 12:00 noon, Friday, March 17, 2023.

Contract

DPREP/FD/PD - Homeland Security FEMA grant

Item #7 • File #23-0237 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager or designee, to execute a contract, and all necessary amendments including term extensions, with the Department of Homeland Security to receive and expend grant funding for the 2022 Port Security Grant Program, in an amount of $1,156,500, with a Port of Long Beach cost match of $385,500, for a total amount not to exceed $1,542,000, for a period ending August 31, 2025; and Increase appropriations in the General Grants Fund Group in the Fire Department by $942,000, and the Police Department by $600,000, offset by federal and Port of Long Beach grant funds. (Citywide)

FM - Ray Gaskin - Contract for Ford F-550 truck for Clean Team

Item #11 • File #23-0241 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to adopt resolution authorizing City Manager or designee, to execute a contract, and any necessary documents including any necessary subsequent amendments, with Ray Gaskin Service, an authorized distributor for New Way Trucks and Scranton Manufacturing Company, of Fontana, CA, for the purchase of one Ford F-550 truck, with related equipment and accessories, on the same terms and conditions afforded to Sourcewell, in a total amount not to exceed $159,903, inclusive of taxes and fees, at the discretion of the City Manager. (Citywide)

DHHS - Agrmnts w/CSULB, LBCC and WCU for student field placement, internship

Item #18 • File #23-0248 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager or designee, to execute Affiliation Agreements, and any subsequent amendments, with California State University Long Beach, Long Beach City College, and West Coast University for student field placement, internship, and preceptorship with the Health and Human Services Department. (Citywide)

DHHS - Heathvana to provide COVID-19 test patient results reporting svcs

Item #19 • File #23-0249 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to receive and file Amendment No. 4 to Contract No. 35750 with Healthvana Inc., of Los Angeles, CA, to provide COVID-19 test patient results reporting services, extending the contract period to February 28, 2023, made pursuant to Chapters 2.69 and 2.85 of the Long Beach Municipal Code (LBMC) and in response to the proclaimed emergency due to the COVID-19 pandemic; and Authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all documents necessary to amend Contract No. 35750 with Healthvana, Inc., of Los Angeles, CA, to provide COVID-19 test patient results reporting services, to extend the term of the contract date through May 11, 2023, to align with the end of the Federal Public Health Emergency Declaration for COVID-19. (Citywide)

DHHS - CITED Program for Enhanced Care Management (ECM) and CalAIM

Item #20 • File #23-0250 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager or designee, to execute an agreement, and all necessary documents or subsequent amendments, including amending the award amount, with the California Department of Health Care Services Capacity and Infrastructure Transition Expansion and Development (CITED) Program, under the Providing Access and Transforming Health (PATH) Initiative (PATH-CITED), to accept and expend grant funding in the amount of $554,323 for the transition, expansion, and development of Enhanced Care Management (ECM) and Community Supports capacity and infrastructure, under the California Advancing and Innovating Medi-Cal (CalAIM) initiative, for a period of eighteen (18) months, with the option to extend the agreement for an additional one-year period, at the discretion of the City Manager; and Increase appropriations in the Health Fund Group in the Health and Human Services Department by $554,323 offset by grant revenue. (Citywide)

DHHS - 2023 Continuum of Care for Homeless Assistance Program

Item #21 • File #23-0251 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager or designee, to submit a renewal grant application to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), for the 2023 Continuum of Care for Homeless Assistance Program; and Authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute an agreement, and all necessary documents and any amendments, including amendments to the amount of the award, with HUD to accept and expend grant funding in an estimated amount between $10,000,000 and $12,000,000, for the initial period of July 1, 2024 through June 30, 2025. (Citywide)

TI/PW - CAV and a Cooperative Intelligent Transportation System (C-ITS)

Item #28 • File #23-0258 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager or designee, to execute all documents necessary to amend Contract No. 36005 with Mercedes-Benz Research & Development North America, of Long Beach, CA, and Xtelligent, of Los Angeles, CA, to continue development and testing of a Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAV) and a Cooperative Intelligent Transportation System (C-ITS), at no cost to the City of Long Beach (City), and expand the pilot program to additional locations in the City and extend the term of the contract to April 1, 2024. (Citywide)

PRM - Grant for Davies Boat Launching Facility project D3

Item #33 • File #23-0262 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager or designee, to execute all necessary documents, including any subsequent amendments, with the State of California Department of Parks and Recreation, Division of Boating and Waterways, to accept and expend grant funding in an amount not to exceed $6,000,000 for the Davies Boat Launching Facility project, for the period of February 1, 2023, through February 1, 2026; Increase appropriations in the Capital Projects Fund Group in the Capital Grant fund in the Public Works Department by $6,000,000, offset by grant revenue received from State of California Department of Parks and Recreation, Division of Boating and Waterways (C4134069); and Increase appropriations in the Tidelands Operating Fund Group in the Public Works Department by $6,000,000, offset by a transfer of State of California Department of Parks and Recreation funds from the Capital Projects Fund Group. (District 3)

Resolution

FM - Purchase of two Volvo L120H Wheel Loader tractors

Item #12 • File #23-0242 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to adopt resolution authorizing City Manager or designee, to execute a contract, and any necessary documents including any necessary subsequent amendments, with Volvo Construction Equipment North America, LLC, of Shippensburg, PA, for the purchase of two Volvo L120H Wheel Loader tractors, with related equipment and accessories, on the same terms and conditions afforded to Sourcewell, in a total amount not to exceed $664,777, inclusive of taxes and fees. (Citywide)

FM - Arizona Machinery - Purchase of two John Deere tractors

Item #13 • File #23-0243 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to adopt resolution authorizing City Manager or designee, to execute a contract, and any necessary documents including any necessary subsequent amendments, with Arizona Machinery, Inc., dba Stotz Equipment, a local distributor of John Deere Construction Retail Sales, of Moline, IL, for the purchase of two John Deere tractors, with related equipment and accessories, on the same terms and conditions afforded to Sourcewell, in a total amount not to exceed $536,579 inclusive of taxes and fees. (Citywide)

FM - LCPtracker for certified payroll reporting/labor compliance

Item #14 • File #23-0244 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to adopt resolution authorizing City Manager or designee, to execute a contract, and any necessary documents including amendments with LCPtracker, Inc., of Orange, CA, for providing certified payroll reporting and labor compliance monitoring software, and as-needed support, on the same terms and conditions afforded through the General Services Administration (GSA) contract No.GS-35F-364BA, in an annual amount not to exceed $55,000, until the GSA contract expires on May 7, 2024, with the option to renew as long as the GSA contract is in effect, at the discretion of the City Manager. (Citywide)

FM - Velocity Truck Center - Contract for two BEV Crane Carrier LNT-26 trucks

Item #15 • File #23-0245 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to adopt resolution authorizing City Manager or designee, to execute a contract, and any necessary documents including any necessary subsequent amendments, with Los Angeles Truck Centers, LLC, dba Velocity Truck Centers, an authorized distributor of Crane Carrier Company, LLC, of Whittier, CA, for the purchase of two battery electric vehicle (BEV) Crane Carrier LNT-26 trucks, with New Way rear loader refuse bodies, on the same terms and conditions afforded to Sourcewell, in a total amount not to exceed $1,150,727, inclusive of taxes and fees. (Citywide)

FM/DPREP - Purchase of a mobile command center

Item #16 • File #23-0246 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to adopt resolution authorizing City Manager or designee, to execute a contract, and any necessary documents including any necessary subsequent amendments, with LDV, Inc., of Burlington, WI, for the purchase of a mobile radio vehicle unit, on the same terms and conditions afforded to the Houston-Galveston Area Council of Governments (HGAC), in a total amount not to exceed $424,566, including taxes and fees, until the HGAC contract expires on September 30, 2023, with the option to renew for as long as the HGAC contract is in effect, at the discretion of the City Manager. (Citywide)

DHHS - Contract for as-needed medical surgical supplies/Pharmaceuticas

Item #17 • File #23-0247 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to adopt resolution authorizing City Manager or designee, to execute a contract, and any necessary documents including any necessary subsequent amendments, with McKesson Medical-Surgical Government Solutions LLC, of Henrico, VA, for as-needed medical-surgical supplies and pharmaceuticals, on the same terms and conditions afforded to Sourcewell, a state of Minnesota local government unit and service cooperative, in a total annual amount not to exceed $275,000, until the Sourcewell contract expires on April 30, 2026, with the option to renew for an additional one year period, at the discretion of the City Manager. (Citywide)

PD - Carry Concealed Weapon (CCW) License Fees

Item #30 • File #23-0259 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to receive supporting documentation into the record, conclude the public hearing, and adopt resolution amending the Master Fee and Charges Schedule to add new Carry Concealed Weapon (CCW) License Fees. (Citywide)

FM - Impact Fees

Item #32 • File #23-0261 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to adopt resolution approving the Annual and Five-Year Reports for the Transportation Improvement, Parks and Recreation Facilities, Fire Facilities Impact, and Police Facilities Impact Fees. (Citywide)

CA - Reso Advisory bodies

Item # • File #23-0266 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Adopt resolution amending Fiscal Year 2023 Salary Resolution (Resolution No. RES-22-0159) to allow members of certain City advisory bodies the option to serve on said bodies as a volunteer without compensation or as a volunteer eligible for an expense reimbursement payment. (Citywide)

Public Hearing

DS - Appeal of 5910 Cherry Ave. Car Wash D9

Item #29 • File #23-0104 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to receive supporting documentation into the record and conclude the public hearing and consider two third-party appeals by Laurie Angel and Kirk Davis (APL 22-006); and Deny the appeals and approve a Site Plan Review (SPR 22-078) for the development of a 303,972 square foot concrete tilt-up building including 9,000 square feet of office space approximately 51 feet in height on a 14.16-acre lot at 5910 Cherry Avenue in the General Industrial Zoning District. (District 9)

Ordinance

CA - Amending Long Beach Municipal Code - Adding Chapter 9.28

Item #35 • File #23-0264 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to declare ordinance of the City Council of the City of Long Beach amending the Long Beach Municipal Code by adding Chapter 9.28 relating to targeted residential picketing; read the first time and laid over to the next regular meeting of the City Council for final reading. (Citywide)

CA - Advisory bodies & amending Section 2.06.060

Item #36 • File #23-0265 (Details, PDF)
Recommendation to declare ordinance amending the Long Beach Municipal Code by repealing Section 2.06.060 related to compensation of members of advisory bodies, and amending Section 2.18.050 related to general regulations of advisory bodies, read the first time and laid over to the next regular meeting of the City Council for final reading; and

CA - COVID-19 LB Health Orders

Item #37 • File #23-0223 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to declare ordinance, repealing Ordinance No. ORD-20-0013, Chapter 8.120, read and adopted as read. (Citywide)

CA - Flavored Tobacco Products

Item #38 • File #23-0224 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to declare ordinance amending the Long Beach Municipal Code by repealing Section 5.81.070(F), relating to a prohibition on the sale of flavored tobacco products, read and adopted as read. (Citywide)

Harbor - Mark Bixby Path

Item #39 • File #23-0228 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to declare ordinance amending the Long Beach Municipal Code by amending Sections 10.48.060, 10.51.050, 10.52.040 and 10.54.040, all relating to the Mark Bixby Memorial Bicycle-Pedestrian Path, read and adopted as read.
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2023.03.12 19:05 WoxicFangel New Users, Low Karma, Text Filters etc have been added.

Heres the config, open source as everything should be.

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type: submission title+body (regex, includes): ['(?-i:[¡ªº¿ÀÁÂÃÇÈÉÊÌÍÑÒÓÔÕÙÚÜàáâãçèêìíñòóôõùúü])'] body+title (regex): ['a(lgochachohoraindalguémlguiennospenasquissimté)', 'b(emueno)', 'c(asaertooisaoisasomoosaosasreouando)', 'd(ecirepoisesdeespuéseuseveiaijeijoiosisseizeroisonde)', 'e(lalelesllosntoncesressasesosperassassestastabastamosstarstasstavastestostoustoy)', 'f(alarazazendoazericaroiueuera)', 'g(enteracias)', 'h(ablaraceacerechoijoolaombreomem)', 'i(ssosto)', 'l(heugar)', 'm(aisejorelhoresmoeuierdainhaisismoomentouchouitoundouy)', 'n(adaadieemocheoiteososotrosunca)', 'o(brigadondetratro)', 'p(aiareceasaeloeroessoasodeodemosororqueossooucorarecisouedeuedesuedo)', 'qu(alandoéemereroiéniereieresiero)', 's(abeseguroeiemempreenhoreueusiempreientoobreua)', 't(alvezambémambiénememosenemosengoenhoeriempoieneienesinhaipoodoodosrabajoudous)', 'u(manosted)', 'v(amosererdaderdadeezidaouoy)'] action: filter action_reason: "Non-English (Spanish or Portuguese) [{{match-title+body}}], [{{match-body+title}}]" 
body+title (regex, includes): ["(?#Latin Extended-A)(?-i:[\u0100-\u017f]+)", "(?#Latin Extended-B)[\u0180-\u024f]+", "(?#IPA Extensions)[\u0250-\u02af]+", "(?#Spacing Modifier Letters)[\u02b0-\u02ff]+", "(?#Combining Diacritical Marks)[\u0300-\u0335\u0337-\u0360\u0362-\u036f]+", "(?#Greek and Coptic)[\u0370-\u03ff]+", "(?#Cyrillic)[\u0400-\u052f]+", "(?#Armenian)[\u0530-\u058f]+", "(?#Cherokee)[\u13a0-\u13ff]+", "(?#Unified Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics)[\u1400-\u167f]+", "(?#Phonetic Extensions)[\u1d00-\u1d7f]+", "(?#Phonetic Extensions Supplement)[\u1d80-\u1dbf]+", "(?#Latin Extended Additional)[\u1e00-\u1eff]+", "(?#Greek Extended)[\u1f00-\u1fff]+", "(?#Letterlike Symbols)(?-i:[\u2100-\u214f]+)", "(?#Number Forms)[\u2160-\u218b]+", "(?#Enclosed Alphanumerics)[\u2460-\u24ff]+", "(?#Glagolitic)[\u2c00-\u2c5f]+", "(?#Latin Extended-C)[\u2c60-\u2c7f]+", "(?#Coptic)[\u2c80-\u2cff]+", "(?#Latin Extended-D)[\ua720-\ua7ff]+", "(?#Latin Extended-E)[\uab30-\uab6f]+", "(?#Cherokee Supplement)[\uab70-\uabbf]+", "(?#Halfwidth and Fullwidth Forms)[\uff00-\uff0c\uff0e-\uffef]+", "(?#Mathematical Alphanumeric Symbols)[\U0001D400-\U0001D7FF]+", "(?#Enclosed Alphanumeric Supplement)[\U0001F100-\U0001F1FF]+"] action: filter action_reason: "Possible spam obfuscations or non-English [{{match}}]" 
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icit.fr, ick.li, icks.ro, idek.net, ift.tt, iguang.tw, iiiii.in, iky.fr, ilix.in, is.gd, iscool.net, itm.im, ity.im, ix.lt, ix.sk, j.gs, j.mp, jdem.cz, jmp2.net, jqw.de, just.as, kask.us, kd2.org, kfd.pl, kissa.be, korta.nu, kr3w.de, kratsi.cz, krod.cz, krunchd.com, kuc.cz, l-k.be, l9.fr, l9k.net, labb.in, lat.ms, lc-s.co, lc.cx, lemde.fr, libero.it, liip.to, liltext.com, linkbun.ch, linkto.im, linktr.ee, linx.cf, llu.ch, lnk.co, lnk.ms, lnk.sk, lnkd.in, lnks.fr, lru.jp, lt.tl, m3mi.com, macte.ch, mailchi.mp, mcaf.ee, mdl29.net, merky.de, metamark.net, mic.fr, migre.me, mke.me, mktw.net, moby.to, mol.im, moourl.com, more.sh, mrte.ch, myurl.in, mz.cm, n.pr, nanoref.com, nbc.co, nblo.gs, net46.net, nicou.ch, nig.gr, not.my, notlong.com, nov.io, nq.st, nsfw.in, nutshellurl.com, nyti.ms, o-x.fr, oc1.us, okok.fr, on.mktw.net, onelink.me, onforb.es, oua.be, ow.ly, oze.io, p6l.org, parky.tv, past.is, ph.ly, picz.us, pin.st, ping.fm, plots.fr, pm.wu.cz, po.st, politi.co, poprl.com, post.ly, posted.at, ppt.cc, ppt.li, prettylinkpro.com, ptiturl.com, ptm.ro, pub.vitrue.com, q.gs, qbn.ru, qicute.com, qlnk.net, qqc.co, qqurl.com, qr.ae, qr.net, qrtag.fr, qte.me, quip-art.com, qxp.sk, qy.fi, r.im, rb.gy, rb6.me, read.bi, readthis.ca, redirects.ca, redirx.com, redu.it, ref.so, relink.fr, reut.rs, rite.link, rsmonkey.com, rt.nu, rurl.org, rx.hu, s-url.fr, safe.mn, sagyap.tk, scrnch.me, sdu.sk, sdut.us, sh.st, shar.as, shar.es, sharein.com, sharetabs.com, shink.de, shor.by, shorl.com, short.cm, short.pk, short.to, shorte.st, shorten.me, shortenurl.com, shorterlink.com, shortn.me, shortna.me, shorturl.at, shorturl.com, show.my, shredurl.com, shrinke.me, shrinkify.com, shrinkr.com, shrinkurl.us, shrt.fr, shrt.in, shrten.com, shrtnd.com, shurl.net, sicax.net, simurl.com, sina.lt, skroc.pl, slate.me, smallr.com, smarturl.it, smsh.me, snip.ly, snipr.com, snipurl.com, snsw.us, snurl.com, soo.gd, sq6.ru, sqrl.it, srnk.net, starturl.com, sturly.com, surl.co.uk, surl.me, sy.pe, t.cn, t.co, t.lh.com, t.me, t2m.io, tabzi.com, tcrn.ch, tdjt.cz, tgr.ph, thn.li, tighturl.com, tiks.co, tin.li, tiny.cc, tiny.lt, tiny.pl, tiny.tw, tinyarrows.com, tinylink.com, tinylink.in, tinyurl.com, tinyurl.hu, tl.gd, tldr.sk, tmi.me, tnw.to, tny.com, tny.cz, to.ly, to8.cc, togoto.us, tohle.de, tpmr.com, tprt.co, tr.im, tr5.in, tra.kz, traceurl.com, trck.me, trunc.it, tweetburner.com, tweez.me, twet.fr, twhub.com, twirl.at, twitclicks.com, twitterpan.com, twiturl.de, twurl.cc, twurl.nl, tyn.ee, u.mavrev.com, u.nu, u.to, u6e.de, ug.cz, ukl.me.uk, upzat.com, ur1.ca, url.ie, url.lotpatrol.com, url4.eu, url4u.co, url5.org, urladda.com, urlao.com, urlborg.com, urlcut.com, urlcutter.com, urlhawk.com, urlin.it, urlpire.com, urls.fr, urls.tn, urltea.com, urlx.ie, urlz.fr, usat.ly, utfg.sk, v.gd, v.ht, vaza.me, vbly.us, vd55.com, verd.in, vgn.am, vgn.me, viralurl.biz, viralurl.com, virl.ws, vm.lc, vov.li, vrl.to, vt802.us, vur.me, vurl.bz, vurl.com, vzturl.com, w1p.fr, w55.de, wa.link, wa.me, waa.ai, wapo.st, wb1.eu, web99.eu, wed.li, win.gy, wp.me, wu.cz, ww7.fr, x.co, x.vu, x2c.eu, xaddr.com, xav.cc, xil.in, xl8.eu, xoe.cz, xr.com, xrl.in, xrl.us, xtu.me, xurl.es, yatuc.com, yeca.eu, yfrog.com, yhoo.it, yiyd.com, yogh.me, youfap.me, yourls.org, yourname.shim.net, ysear.ch, yuarel.com, yweb.com, yyv.co, z0p.de, z9.fr, zapit.nu, zeek.ir, zi.ma, zi.mu, zi.pe, zip.net, zud.me, zurl.ws, zxq.net, zz.gd, zzb.bz] action: remove action_reason: "URL shortener [{{match}}]" message: "Your {{kind}} has been removed because you used a URL shortener ({{match}}). Please only use direct and full-length URLs." 
body+domain+title+url: [begslist.com, booster.com, cash.app, cash.me, charityvest.org, crowdfunder.co.uk, crowdrise.com, donorschoose.org, firstgiving.com, fnd.us, fundanything.com, fundly.com, fundrazr.com, generosity.com, gf.me, gfwd.at, givealittle.co.nz, giveforward.com, givesendgo.com, gofund.me, gofundme.com, goget.fund, gogetfunding.com, igg.me, indiegogo.com, justgiving.com, kck.st, ketto.org, kickbooster.me, kckb.st, kickstarter.com, launchfinance.com.au, m-lp.co, patreon.com, payfriendz.me, payit2.com, payitsquare.com, paypal.com/cgi-bin, paypal.com/paypalme, paypal.me, petcaring.com, pitchfuse.com, redditmade.com, sponsorchange.org, tilt.com, tilt.tc, totalgiving.co.uk, youcaring.com, youcaring.net, youcaring.org] action: filter action_reason: "Crowdfunding [{{match}}]" 
title+media_title (regex): ['(10\d+\b(?  
# Emoji ban title (regex, includes): ["(?#Zero Width Joiner)[\u200d]", "(?#Box Drawing)[\u2500-\u257f]+", "(?#Miscellaneous Symbols)[\u2600-\u26ff]", "(?#Dingbats)[\u2700-\u27ff]", "(?#Braille)[\u2800-\u28ff]", "(?#!Katakana Letter Tu)[\u30c4]", "(?#Various Emoji)[\U0001F000-\U0001FAFF]"] action: remove action_reason: "Emoji [{{match}}]" comment: Your [{{kind}}]({{permalink}} in /{{subreddit}}) has been automatically removed because you used an emoji or other symbol. Please retry your {{kind}} using text characters only. 
author: account_age: "< 1 month" action: remove action_reason: "New user < 1 Month" 
author: comment_karma: "10" action: remove action_reason: "Low karma user - less than 10 karma" 
title+body (regex, includes): ['(?#INT)(\+(?![\s\(]*\d{4})\b011)[\(\) ._-]{0,3}(9[976]\d8[987530]\d6[987]\d5[90]\d42\d3[875]\d2[98654321]\d9[8543210]8[6421]6[6543210]5[87654321]4[987654310]3[9643210]2[70]71)\b([\(\) ._-]{0,3}\d){5,14}\b', '(?#NA)\(?\b1?\d{3}[\) ._-]{1,3}\d{3}[ ._-]{1,3}\d{4}\b', '(?#UK)\b(?  
title+body (regex): ['(?!(abusehelpinfono-?replyphishingservicespoofsupport)\@)[\w!#$%&\x27*+\-./=?\^\x60{}~]+\@([\w-]{1,64}\.)+([a-z]{2,16}xn--[a-z0-9-]{1,60})'] ~title+body#whitelist: [[email protected], [email protected]] action: remove action_reason: "Email address detected [{{match}}]" modmail_subject: Doxxing Alert! modmail: {{permalink}} The above {{kind}} by {{author}} was removed because it contained a possible email address. Please investigate immediately. If the user is doxxing, [ban them](/{{subreddit}}/about/banned) and [report them to the Reddit admins](http://www.reddit.com/message/compose?to=%2Fr%2Freddit.com&subject=Doxxing%20Report:%20%2Fu%2F{{author}}) immediately. 
title+body (regex): ['\W[A-Za-z]?\d{1,6}[A-Za-z]? (E(\.ast)?W(\.est)?N(\.orth)?S(\.outh)? )?[\p{Pi}\p{Pf}]?\w+( \w+)?[\p{Pi}\p{Pf}]? (st(reet)?ave(enue)?r(oa)?ddr(ive)?c(our)?tblvdboulevardlanelnhighwayhwyroutert)'] ~title+body#whitelist: [123 main st, 123 main street, 221b baker st, 221b baker street, day drive, gb drive, hour drive, minute drive, second drive, tb drive, week drive] action: remove action_reason: "Street address detected [{{match}}]" modmail_subject: Doxxing Alert! modmail: {{permalink}} The above {{kind}} by {{author}} was removed because it contained a possible street address. Please investigate immediately. If the user is doxxing, [ban them](/{{subreddit}}/about/banned) and [report them to the Reddit admins](http://www.reddit.com/message/compose?to=%2Fr%2Freddit.com&subject=Doxxing%20Report:%20%2Fu%2F{{author}}) immediately. 

City Name Ban

title (regex, includes): - San Bernardino - Ontario - Moreno Valley - Fontana - Rancho Cucamonga - Temecula - Corona - Murrieta - Victorville - Adelanto - Aguanga - Alhambra - Anaheim - Anza - Apple Valley - Arcadia - Banning - Barstow - Beaumont - Bell Gardens - Bellflower - Big Bear City - Big Bear Lake - Bloomington - Blythe - Borrego Springs - Brea - Cabazon - Calimesa - Camarillo - Camp Pendleton - Canyon Lake - Carlsbad - Cathedral City - Cerritos - Chino - Chino Hills - Chula Vista - Claremont - Coachella - Colton - Compton - Corona - Coronado - Costa Mesa - Covina - Crestline - Culver City - Cypress - Dana Point - Desert Center - Desert Hot Springs - Diamond Bar - Downey - Duarte - Eastvale - El Monte - El Segundo - Encinitas - Escondido - Fallbrook - Fountain Valley - Fullerton - Garden Grove - Gardena - Glendora - Grand Terrace - Guasti - Hemet - Hesperia - Highland - Homeland - Huntington Beach - Huntington Park - Idyllwild - Imperial Beach - Indian Wells - Indio - Irvine - Irwindale - La Habra - La Mesa - La Mirada - La Palma - La Puente - La Quinta - La Verne - Lake Arrowhead - Lake Elsinore - Lake Forest - Lakewood - Lancaster - Loma Linda - Long Beach - Los Alamitos - Los Angeles - Lucerne Valley - Lynwood - Malibu - Manhattan Beach - March Air Reserve Base - Marina Del Rey - Maywood - Menifee - Mentone - Mira Loma - Mission Hills - Mission Viejo - Monrovia - Montclair - Moreno Valley - Morongo Valley - Murrieta - Needles - Newberry Springs - Newport Beach - Norco - North Palm Springs - Nuevo - Oceanside - Ontario - Orange - Oro Grande - Palm Springs - Palmdale - Pauma Valley - Perris - Phelan - Pico Rivera - Pine Valley - Pinon Hills - Pomona - Poway - Quail Valley - Rancho Cucamonga - Rancho Mirage - Redlands - Rialto - Rowland Heights - Running Springs - San Bernardino - San Clemente - San Diego - San Jacinto - San Juan Capistrano - San Marcos - San Pedro - Santa Ana - Santa Clarita - Santa Fe Springs - Santa Ysabel - Seal Beach - Sierra Madre - Silverado - Solana Beach - South El Monte - South Gate - Spring Valley - Stanton - Sun City - Sun Valley - Sunland - Temecula - Thermal - Thousand Palms - Tustin - Twin Peaks - Upland - Valyermo - Victorville - Villa Park - Vista - Walnut - Warner Springs - West Covina - Westlake Village - Westminster - Whitewater - Whittier - Wildomar - Wilmington - Winchester - Wrightwood - Yorba Linda - Yucaipa - Yucca Valley action: remove action_reason: "City Name [{{match}}]" comment: Your [{{kind}}]({{permalink}} in /{{subreddit}}) has been automatically removed because it contains the name of a city within the Inland Empire that is not Riverside.
Please refrain from posting cities outside of Riverside, CA in this subreddit. https://www.reddit.com/RiversideR4comments/vbcbha/this_subreddit_is_for_users_living_in_the_city_of/ 

Massage, Nuru Removal

title (regex, includes): - Nuru - Massage - Happy Ending - Full Body - CP - Prorn action: remove action_reason: "Paid [{{match}}]" comment: Your [{{kind}}]({{permalink}} in /{{subreddit}}) has been automatically removed because it contains references to Massages.
Pay posts are banned. 

Social Media ban

title (regex, includes): - twitter - sc - snap - snapchat - snap chat - facebook - insta - instagram - kik - text me - telegram action: remove action_reason: "Social Media found [{{match}}]" comment: Your [{{kind}}]({{permalink}} in /{{subreddit}}) has been automatically removed because it contains references to other Social Media platforms.
Posting other Social Media links is not allowed. 
submitted by WoxicFangel to Riverside [link] [comments]


2023.03.06 13:45 boutell New US CCS chargers report for February 2023

Here are all of the new US CCS (Level 3 fast-charging) stations that rolled out in February 2023, according to the Department of Energy. These chargers are suitable for most new EVs on the market, except for:
  1. Tesla drivers who haven't bought the official CCS adapter yet. Certain older Teslas need additional work done to accept the adapter.
  2. Leaf owners like me, and some owners of older cars that also use CHAdeMO. If you drive a Leaf, or an older CHAdeMO car, see my matching post in leaf.
There were 194 CCS charge points added in January 2023. That shows continued growth month after month. For comparison, there were only 87 new CCS charge points in February 2022.
If you'd like to know about new chargers along your routes right away, or just prefer not to check this list monthly when new openings are rare in your area, I've set up a free service that provides email notifications as soon as they open. You can sign up at evpov.com. Or not! I don't really have a business plan here, I built it to help EV owners like myself.

➡ AR FRANKLINS 3-4 FRANKLIN HS1 130 Crest St Hot Springs, AR 71901 FRANKLINS 3-4 FRANKLIN HS2 130 Crest St Hot Springs, AR 71901 ZAP HELIOS ZAP LLC 759 Carpenter Dam Rd Hot Springs, AR 71901 FMGI WALMART #5837 5000 W Pauline Whitaker Pkwy Rogers, AR 72758 ➡ AZ Arizona Proving Grounds 17169 N Murphy Rd Maricopa, AZ 85138 APS - Prescott, AZ (WA610209) 1100 E Sheldon Street Prescott, AZ 86301 Mountainside Fitness 11611 East Sahuaro Drive DCFC 11611 East Sahuaro Drive Scottsdale, AZ 85259 5151 E Broadway 5151 E Broadway Tucson, AZ 85711 ➡ CA BIG BEAR BIG BEAR LAKE 654 Bartlett Rd Big Bear Lake, CA 92315 Sunrise Village 03 DCFC 5425 Sunrise Boulevard Citrus Heights, CA 95610 CARDINALEWAY SUPER ONE 2525 Wardlow Rd Corona, CA 92882 CARDINALEWAY SUPER TWO 2525 Wardlow Rd Corona, CA 92882 CA-SouthCorona-BedfordCanyon DCFC 3955 bedford canyon rd Corona, CA 92883 475 M Street (US-DGR-L6Z-1A) 475 M Street Crescent City, CA 95531 475 M Street (US-DGR-L6Z-1B) 475 M Street Crescent City, CA 95531 475 M Street (US-DGR-L6Z-1C) 475 M Street Crescent City, CA 95531 475 M Street (US-DGR-L6Z-2A) 475 M Street Crescent City, CA 95531 475 M Street (US-DGR-L6Z-2B) 475 M Street Crescent City, CA 95531 475 M Street (US-DGR-L6Z-2C) 475 M Street Crescent City, CA 95531 Chase Bank - 10011 Valley View St 10011 Valley View St Cypress, CA 90630 The Ridge DCFC 7530 Elk Grove Blvd Elk Grove, CA 95757 MERZ FAIRFIELD DC FAST 2950 Auto Mall Pkwy Fairfield, CA 94533 FH DELIVERY 12339 FH SVC 16850 S Highland Ave Fontana, CA 92336 FH DELIVERY 121A4 FH SVC 16850 S Highland Ave Fontana, CA 92336 FH DELIVERY 123FC FH SVC 16850 S Highland Ave Fontana, CA 92336 7-ELEVEN, INC. 24109 FRMNT DC1 40820 Fremont Blvd Fremont, CA 94538 7-ELEVEN, INC. 24109 FRMNT DC2 40820 Fremont Blvd Fremont, CA 94538 7-ELEVEN, INC. 24109 FRMNT DC3 40820 Fremont Blvd Fremont, CA 94538 7-ELEVEN, INC. 24109 FRMNT DC4 40820 Fremont Blvd Fremont, CA 94538 Glendale Marketplace 120 Artsakh Ave. Glendale, CA 91205 Glendale Galleria 22 DCFC 100 W. Broadway Glendale, CA 91210 Glendale Galleria 23 DCFC 100 W. Broadway Glendale, CA 91210 Glendale Galleria DCFC 24 100 W. Broadway Glendale, CA 91210 2700 Carson St 2724 Carson St Lakewood, CA 90712 Chase Bank - 3502 Katella Ave 3502 Katella Ave Los Alamitos, CA 90720 Cal State Los Angeles - Parking Structure E 5151 State University Dr Los Angeles, CA 90032 Manhattan Village at Sushi Bao 3110 N Sepulveda Blvd Manhattan Beach, CA 90266 VW HYUNDAI CPE250 #1 4620 McHenry Ave Modesto, CA 95356 VW HYUNDAI CPE250 #2 4620 McHenry Ave Modesto, CA 95356 Amazon Fresh Murrieta-MurrietaHotSprings DCFC 92563 Murrieta Hot Springs Rd Murrieta, CA 92563 ONTARIO HYUNDAI VEHICLE DISPLY2 1307 Kettering Dr Ontario, CA 91761 ONTARIO HYUNDAI VEHICLE DISPLY1 1307 Kettering Dr Ontario, CA 91761 Orick 121200 US Hwy 101 Orick, CA 95555 RINCON CENTER STATION 2 121 Spear St San Francisco, CA 94105 RINCON CENTER STATION 1 121 Spear St San Francisco, CA 94105 The Masonic P3 DCFC 1111 California Street San Francisco, CA 94108 Webster Street Medical Center Southwest DCFC 2100 Webster Street San Francisco, CA 94115 Webster Street Medical Center Northeast DCFC 2100 Webster Street San Francisco, CA 94115 Stonestown Galleria Peet's DCFC 3251 20Th Ave San Francisco, CA 94132 7037 – San Jose, CA (2375 Quimby Road) 2375 Quimby Road San Jose, CA 95122 DS-73 14061 Riverside Dr Sherman Oaks, CA 91423 Green Tree Inn 14173 Green Tree Blvd Victorville, CA 92395 Amazon Fresh Friendly Hills Marketplace 02 DCFC 15311 Whittier Blvd Whittier, CA 90603 ➡ CO KUM & GO DACONO PL2 127 Laura Way Dacono, CO 80514 KUM & GO DACONO PL1 127 Laura Way Dacono, CO 80514 Five Points Parking Lot 2530 N Washington St Denver, CO 80205 DC CORRIDOR ESTES PARK PL3 500 Big Thompson Avenue Estes Park, CO 80517 DC CORRIDOR ESTES PARK PL4 500 Big Thompson Avenue Estes Park, CO 80517 Peak Kia - Service Center 5077 S Wadsworth Blvd Littleton, CO 80123 DC CORRIDOR WHEAT RIDGE PL1 5071 Kipling Street Wheat Ridge, CO 80033 DC CORRIDOR WHEAT RIDGE PL2 5071 Kipling Street Wheat Ridge, CO 80033 DC CORRIDOR WHEAT RIDGE PL3 5071 Kipling Street Wheat Ridge, CO 80033 DC CORRIDOR WHEAT RIDGE PL4 5071 Kipling Street Wheat Ridge, CO 80033 ➡ CT Cadillac of Greenwich 144 Railroad Avenue Greenwhich, CT 06830 The SoNo Collection Level P2 Valet DCFC 100 North Water St Norwalk, CT 06854 ➡ DE Wegmans 371 Buckley Mill Road DCFC 371 Buckley Mill Road, Wilmington, DE 19807 ➡ FL Tanger Outlets - Daytona Beach, Daytona Beach Banana Republic Factory DCFC 1100 Cornerstone Boulevard Daytona Beach, FL 32114 Tanger Outlets - Daytona Beach, Daytona Beach West Entrance DCFC 1100 Cornerstone Boulevard Daytona Beach, FL 32114 FPL EVOLUTION BRIGHTLINE 2 212 City View Dr Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311 FPL EVOLUTION BRIGHTLINE 1 202 City View Dr Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311 FPL EVOLUTION BRIGHTLINE 3 212 City View Dr Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311 KEY HYUNDAI SHOWROOM 4660-200 Southside Blvd Jacksonville, FL 32216 MBUSA Jacksonville 13470 International Parkway Jacksonville, FL 32218 JNKNS JACKSONVI DC FAST 1 11107 Atlantic Blvd. Jacksonville, FL 32225 City Mattress 2421 Tarpon Bay Blvd Naples, FL 34119 ➡ GA 630 Crane Creek Drive (US-4CR-4NG-1A) 630 Crane Creek Drive Augusta, GA 30907 630 Crane Creek Drive (US-4CR-4NG-1B) 630 Crane Creek Drive Augusta, GA 30907 630 Crane Creek Drive (US-4CR-4NG-1C) 630 Crane Creek Drive Augusta, GA 30907 630 Crane Creek Drive (US-4CR-4NG-2A) 630 Crane Creek Drive Augusta, GA 30907 630 Crane Creek Drive (US-4CR-4NG-2B) 630 Crane Creek Drive Augusta, GA 30907 630 Crane Creek Drive (US-4CR-4NG-2C) 630 Crane Creek Drive Augusta, GA 30907 Autel - Molly's Food & Fuel 113 Hilley Rd Crawfordville, GA 30631 STIVERS SUBARU ST 1 1950 Orion Dr Decatur, GA 30033 STIVERS SUBARU ST 2 1950 Orion Dr Decatur, GA 30033 NeSmith Chevrolet Buick GMC 1910 E Chenny St Jesup, GA 31546 GEORGIA POWER LOGANVILLE DC1 4752 Athens Hwy Loganville, GA 30052 GEORGIA POWER LOGANVILLE DC2 4752 US-78 Loganville, GA 30052 Target Marietta #T2121 1401 Johnson Ferry Rd Marietta, GA 30062 EDVOYHYU SALES PARKING 1 2098 Cobb Pkwy SE Smyrna, GA 30080 ➡ HI Ala Moana Center 15 DCFC 1450 Ala Moana Blvd Honolulu, HI 96814 Walmart 5274 (Pearl City, HI) 1131 Kuala St Pearl City, HI 96782 ➡ IA Sidney Downtown 505 Filmore Street Sidney, IA 51652 ➡ ID Loop - Northern Lights Inc Headquarters 421 Chevy St Sagle, ID 83860 ➡ IL Town & Country Center DCFC 02 325 E Palantine Rd Arlington Heights, IL 60004 PRIDE of Aurora 713 DCFC 1395 Butterfield Road Aurora, IL 60502 Water Tower Place DCFC 835 N Michigan Ave Chicago, IL 60611 Pride of Geneva DCFC 1166 E State Street Geneva, IL 60134 HYUNDAI NORTH CPE250 A 901 S Milwaukee Ave Libertyville, IL 60048 HYUNDAI NORTH CPE250 B 901 S Milwaukee Ave Libertyville, IL 60048 WORLD HYUNDAI LEVEL 3-01 5337 Miller Cir Dr Matteson, IL 60443 Amazon Fresh Naperville-Ogden DCFC 1351 E Ogden Ave Naperville, IL 60563 Chase Bank - 4223 N Harlem Ave 4223 N Harlem Ave Norridge, IL 60706 Commerce Bank - Shiloh 4400 Green Mount Crossing Dr Shiloh, IL 62269 Woodgrove Festival Shopping Mall 1001 75th St Woodridge, IL 60517 ➡ IN RAY SKILLMAN CPE250 - SALES 1300 S U.S Hwy 31 Greenwood, IN 46143 WEBB AUTO GROUP BACK LOT 9236 Indianapolis Blvd Highland, IN 46322 WEBB AUTO GROUP FRONT LOT 9236 South Indianapolis Blvd Highland, IN 46322 GM - RAY SKILLMAN GMC TRUCK 8424 US 31 S INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46227 ➡ KS EZ Go - Philipps 66 Belle Plaine 770 N I-35, Milepost 26 Belle Plaine, KS 67013 SHARP DC FAST 01 3149 SW S Kansas Ave Topeka, KS 66611 HATCHETT FRONT LOT 757 N Tyler Rd Wichita, KS 67212 ➡ KY MOORE HYUNDAI DON MOORE 1 3200 Villa Point Owensboro, KY 42303 ➡ MA AUBURN HYUNDAI CHARGER #2 12 & 20 Southbridge St Auburn, MA 01501 AUBURN HYUNDAI CHARGER #1 735 Southbridge St Auburn, MA 01501 SMITH MERCEDES SMITH 01 420 River St Haverhill, MA 01832 SMITH MERCEDES SMITH 2 420 River St Haverhill, MA 01832 ➡ MD BGE - Pennsylvania Ave 1700 Pennsylvania Ave Baltimore, MD 21217 DARCARSKIA CPE250-1 12210 Cherry Hill Rd Silver Spring, MD 20904 Marlboro Crossroads 5700 Crain Hwy Upper Marlboro, MD 20772 ➡ ME IRVINGOIL ME-BNGR-L3-0002 301 Odlin Rd Bangor, ME 04401 IRVINGOIL ME-BNGR-L3-0001 301 Odlin Rd Bangor, ME 04401 ➡ MI 403 N Huron St. Parking Lot 403 N Huron St Cheboygan, MI 49721 Witbecks Family Foods 1026 N McEwan St Clare, MI 48617 2384 I-75BL (US-7XW-PLL-2A) 2384 I-75BL Grayling, MI 49738 2384 I-75BL (US-7XW-PLL-2C) 2384 I-75BL Grayling, MI 49738 2384 I-75BL (US-7XW-PLL-1C) 2384 I-75BL Grayling, MI 49738 2384 I-75BL (US-7XW-PLL-1B) 2384 I-75BL Grayling, MI 49738 2384 I-75BL (US-7XW-PLL-2B) 2384 I-75BL Grayling, MI 49738 2384 I-75BL (US-7XW-PLL-1A) 2384 I-75BL Grayling, MI 49738 WAW HYUNDAI CUSTOMER LOT#1 2845 E Saginaw St Lansing, MI 48912 WAW HYUNDAI CUSTOMER LOT#2 2845 E Saginaw St Lansing, MI 48912 Graff Cadillac Buick GMC Mt. Pleasant 116 N Mission St Mt Pleasant, MI 48858 Jule - Village of Port Austin 8861 Line St Port Austin, MI 48467 Burger King - Traverse City 2504 US 31 North Traverse City, MI 49686 ➡ MN Cobblestone Court Shopping Center DCFC 14150 Nicollet Ave Burnsville, MN 55337 GRAND RAPIDS CHEVROLET GMC INC 1610 SOUTH POKEGAMA AVENUE GRAND RAPIDS, MN 55744 Apple Auto 7200 Lakeville Boulevard Lakeville, MN 55044 ➡ MO 7950 State Hwy K Cape Girardeau 7950 State Hwy K Cape Girardeau, MO 63701 2017 Perryville Rd Cape Girardeau, MO 2017 Perryville Rd Cape Girardeau, MO 63701 2505 Veterans Memorial Dr Cape Girardeau, MO 2505 Veterans Memorial Dr Cape Girardeau, MO 63701 JLRCHESTERFIELD WALLBOX OUTSIDE 1 Jaguar Land Rover Way DC CHARGER North Park Chesterfield, MO 63005 LEVITON MACADOODLES 1 6050 Crossing Drive Osage Beach, MO 65065 LEVITON MACADOODLES 2 6050 Crossing Drive Osage Beach, MO 65065 SCH5701 SCH5701LEV3S 5701 Veterans Memorial Pkwy St. Peters, MO 63376 SCH5701 SCH5701LEV3N 5701 Veterans Memorial Pkwy St. Peters, MO 63376 ➡ NC Wegmans 11051 Ligon Mill Road DCFC 11051 Ligon Mill Road Wake Forest, NC 27587 ➡ ND NDAREC NDARECL3 3201 Nygren Dr NW Mandan, ND 58554 ➡ NJ NEW CHARGERS FRONT 3 180 US-202 Flemington, NJ 08822 NEW CHARGERS SIDE LV3 180 US-202 Flemington, NJ 08822 Commons at Holmdel DCFC 2130 State Route 35 Holmdel, NJ 07733 Gateway Shopping Center (NJ) DCFC 1014 Route 9 Old Bridge, NJ 08857 HYUNDAI DELIVER CHARGER 3 405 NJ-72 Stafford Township, NJ 08050 Pine Belt Cadillac Of Toms River 71 Route 37 East Toms River, NJ 08753 ➡ NY Wegmans 675 Alberta Drive DCFC 675 Alberta Drive Amherst, NY 14226 Amazon Fresh at Kohl's Center DCFC 3620 Long Beach Road Oceanside, NY 11572 Wegmans 3325 West Genesee Street DCFC 3325 West Genesee Street Syracuse, NY 13219 Thorpe's GMC 5964 MAIN ST TANNERSVILLE, NY 12485 EVolve NY Tully 7073 Route 281 Tully, NY 13159 ➡ OH Giant Eagle 3503 Polaris OH 9151 Columbus Pike Lewis Center, OH 43035 CLASSIC HYUNDAI WEST SIDE 8460 Tyler Boulevard Mentor, OH 44060 ➡ OK ADS-TEC - OnCue #129 5251 E Waterloo Rd Edmond, OK 73034 ➡ OR 2750 Campus Drive (US-QAW-WZM-1A) 2750 Campus Drive Klamath Falls, OR 97601 2750 Campus Drive (US-QAW-WZM-1B) 2750 Campus Drive Klamath Falls, OR 97601 2750 Campus Drive (US-QAW-WZM-1C) 2750 Campus Drive Klamath Falls, OR 97601 2750 Campus Drive (US-QAW-WZM-2A) 2750 Campus Drive Klamath Falls, OR 97601 2750 Campus Drive (US-QAW-WZM-2B) 2750 Campus Drive Klamath Falls, OR 97601 2750 Campus Drive (US-QAW-WZM-2C) 2750 Campus Drive Klamath Falls, OR 97601 ➡ PA KELLY HYUNDAI HYUNDAI LEVEL 3 254 Pittsburgh Rd Butler, PA 16002 BDHDELIVERY CUSTOMER PRKNG 3901 Hecktown Road, Easton, (18045), PA Easton, PA 18045 BDHDELIVERY STATION1 3813 Hecktown Rd Easton, PA 18045 Red Lion Plaza DCFC 9950 Roosevelt Boulevard Philadelphia, PA 19115 PIAZZA HYUNDAI LEVEL 3 RIGHT 1360 Wilmington Pike West Chester, PA 19382 PIAZZA HYUNDAI LEVEL 3 LEFT 1358 Old Wilmington Pike West Chester, PA 19382 ➡ RI Providence Place DCFC One Providence Place Providence, RI 02903 ➡ SC HOA CHARGERS 1 HYUNDAI CHRGR 1 1925 Pearman Dairy Rd Anderson, SC 29621 HOA CHARGERS 1 HYUNDAI CHRGR 2 1925 Pearman Dairy Rd Anderson, SC 29621 ➡ TN Andrews Cadillac Company 1 CADILLAC DRIVE BRENTWOOD, TN 37027 Park Motor Sales 919 Nashville Highway Columbia, TN 38401 ➡ TX MBBEAUMONT ABB STATION 1865 I-10 S Beaumont, TX 77707 PRINCIPLEAUTO22 STATION EV 1 32453 Frontage Rd Boerne, TX 78006 Shops at Clearfork - Orange Garage 5188 Monahans Ave Fort Worth, TX 76109 MB OF SANJUAN CPE250 01 400 E Expressway 83 San Juan, TX 78589 ➡ VA Sustain Abingdon 253 Depot Square SW Abingdon, VA 24210 HHMI APARTMENT C 1 19731 Janelia Farm Blvd Ashburn, VA 20147 Amazon Fresh at Lorton Marketplace 02 DCFC 9409 Lorton Market Street Lorton, VA 22079 Sudley Manor Square DCFC 7807 Sudley Road Manassas, VA 20109 HALL HYUNDAI NN STATION 1 12872 Jefferson Ave Newport News, VA 23608 HALL HYUNDAI NN STATION 2 12872 Jefferson Ave Newport News, VA 23608 ➡ WA Frederickson Place - Frederickson, WA DCFC 17710 Canyon Road East Puyallup, WA 98375 South Park 8461 Dallas Ave S Seattle, WA 98108 ➡ WI AMATO GLENDALE AMATO GLENDALE 5200 N Port Washington Rd Glendale, WI 53217 AMATO GLENDALE AMATO GLENDALE2 5200 N Port Washington Rd Glendale, WI 53217 AMATO GLENDALE FRONT N80W12650 Leon Rd Menomonee Falls, WI 53051 INT. 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2023.02.26 20:30 NASCARThreadBot Race Thread: NCS Pala Casino 400 at Auto Club Speedway, starting at 3:30pm EST on FOX (NCS2)

NCSPala Casino 400 at Auto Club Speedway
Start Time: approximately 3:30pm EST on February 26th
Television: FOX @ 3:30pm EST
Radio: MRN @ 3:30pm EST
Race Length: 200 laps (400 mi / 643.74 km)
Race Stages: 65-65-70
Track Information: Auto Club Speedway is a 2 mile (3.22 kilometer) D-shaped oval located in Fontana, CA USA.
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2023.02.25 22:00 NASCARThreadBot Race Thread: NXS Production Alliance Group 300 at Auto Club Speedway, starting at 5:00pm EST on FS1 (NXS2)

NXSProduction Alliance Group 300 at Auto Club Speedway
Start Time: approximately 8:00pm EST on February 26th
Television: FS2 @ 8:00pm EST
Radio: MRN @ 8:00pm EST
Race Length: 150 laps (300 mi / 482.8 km)
Race Stages: 35-35-80
Track Information: Auto Club Speedway is a 2 mile (3.22 kilometer) D-shaped oval located in Fontana, CA USA.
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2023.02.07 20:05 Digi59404 Well... Looks like I just saved one from the scrapper.

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2023.02.03 04:21 Bumclicks List of Amazon FCs

Amazon Fulfillment Centers Located in the US

Arizona

#PHX5 – 16920 W. Commerce Dr, Goodyear, AZ, 85338
#AZA5 – 6000 W Van Buren St, Phoenix, AZ 85043
​#PHX3 – 6835 W. Buckeye Rd, Phoenix, AZ, 85043
#PHX6 – 4750 W. Mohave St, Phoenix, AZ, 85043
#PHX7 & PHX8 – 800 N. 75th Ave, Phoenix, AZ, 85043
#SAZ1 – 3333 S 7th St, Phoenix, AZ 85040-1182
#TFC1 – 5050 W. Mohave St, Phoenix, AZ 85043
#TUS1 – 533 W Lower Buckeye Rd, Phoenix, Arizona, 85043
#UAZ1 – 500 S 48th St, Phoenix, AZ 85034
#PHX9 – 777 S 79th Ave, Tolleson, Arizona, 85353
#TUS2 – 6701 S. Kolb Rd, Tucson, AZ 85756
#GYR1 – 580 South 143rd Avenue, Goodyear, AZ 85338
#GYR3 – 8181 W Roosevelt St., Phoenix, AZ 85043
#PHX8 – 800 N. 75th Ave Phoenix, AZ, 85043
#VAZ1 – 3333 S 7th St., Phoenix, AZ 85040

Arkansas

#DLR1 – 1920 N Locust St, North Little Rock, AR 72114
#LIT1 – 7001 Zeuber Rd, Little Rock, AR 72206
#LIT2 – 13001 US-70, North Little Rock, AR 72117

California

#BFL1 – 1601 Petrol Rd, Bakersfield, CA 93308
#PSP1 – 1010 West Fourth St, Beaumont, CA 92223
#DCA2 – 5250 Goodman Rd, Eastvale, CA 91752
#LGB3 – 4590 Goodman Way, Building 1, Eastvale, CA 91752
#SNA6/SNA9/DCA2 – 5250 Goodman Rd, Eastvale, CA 92880
#LAX9 – 11263 Oleander Ave, Building 1, Fontana, CA 92337
#FAT1 – 3575 S Orange Ave, Fresno, CA 93725
#LGB1 – 2417 E. Carson St, Long Beach, CA 90810
#SCK3 – 3565 N Airport Way, Manteca, CA 95336
#ONT6/HLA3 – 24208 San Michele Rd, Moreno Valley, CA 92551
#LGB4 – 27517 Pioneer Ave, Redlands, CA 92374
#ONT9 – 2125 W. San Bernardino Ave, Redlands, CA 92374
#LGB6 – 20901 Krameria Ave, Riverside, CA 92518
#LGB7 – 1660 N. Locust Ave, Rialto, CA 92376
#SNA4 – 2496 W Walnut St, Rialto, CA 92376-3009
#OAK3 – 255 Park Center Dr, Patterson, CA 95363
#LGB9 – 4375 N Perris Blvd, Perris, CA 92571
#SMF1 – 4900 W Elkhorn Blvd, Metro Air Park, Sacramento, CA 95835
#ONT2/3/4/7 – 1910 & 2020 E Central Ave. San Bernardino, CA 92408
#PCA2 – 1650 East Central Ave, San Bernardino, CA 92408
#SNA7/SNA8/LGB5/KRB1 – 555 East Orange Show Rd, San Bernardino, CA 92408
#SCK1 – 4611 Newcastle Rd, Stockton, CA 95215
#SMF3 – 4723 S B St, Stockton, CA 95215
#XUSD – 1909 Zephyr St, Stockton, CA 95206
#DPS3 – 2405 Conejo Spectrum St, Thousand Oaks, CA 91320
#OAK4/OAK6 – 1555 N. Chrisman Rd, Tracy, CA 95304
#PCA1 – 1565 N MacArthur Dr, Tracy, CA 95376
#SJC7 – 188 Mountain House Pkwy, Tracy, CA 95391

Colorado

#DDV5 2889 Himalaya Dr, Aurora, CO 80011
#DEN2 – 24006 E. 19th Ave, Aurora, CO 80019
#DEN5 – 19799 E 36th Dr, Aurora, CO 80011
#DCS3 – 4303 Grinnell Blvd, Colorado Springs, CO 80925
#DEN3 – 14601 Grant St, Thornton, CO 80023

Connecticut

#BDL1 – 801 Day Hill Road Windsor, CT 06095
#BDL3 – 415 Washington Ave, Building 3, North Haven, CT 06473
#BDL2 – 200 Old Iron Ore Rd, Windsor, CT 06095
#BDL4 – 1221 Kennedy Rd, Windsor, CT 06095
#BDL5 – 29 Research Parkway, Wallingford, CT 06492

Delaware

#PHL7/PHL9 – 560 Merrimac Ave, Middletown, DE 19709
#PHL8 – 727 N. Broad St, Middletown, DE 19709
#PHL1 – 1 Centerpoint Blvd, New Castle, DE 19720
#PHL3 – 1600 Johnson Way, New Castle, DE 19720

Florida

#MCO5 – 305 Deen Still Rd, Davenport, FL 33897
#MCO9 – 2841 Access Rd, Davenport, FL 33897
#JAX2 – 12900 Pecan Park Rd, Jacksonville, FL 32218
#JAX3 – 13333 103rd St, Cecil Commerce Center, Jacksonville, FL 32221
#JAX5 – 4948 Bulls Bay Hwy, Jacksonville, FL 32219
#TPA2/#LAL1 – 1760 County Line Rd, Lakeland, FL, 33811
#MIA1– 14000 NW 37th Ave, Opa Locka, FL 33054
#MCO1– 12340 Boggy Creek Rd, Orlando, FL 32824
#UFL4/SFL1 – 7469 Kingspointe Pkwy, Orlando, FL 32819
#TPA1 – 3350 Laurel Ridge Ave, Ruskin, FL 33570

Georgia

#PGA1 – 6200 Fulton Industrial Blvd, Atlanta, GA 30336
#MGE1/MGE7 – 650 Broadway Ave, Braselton, GA 30517
#ATL6 – 4200 N Commerce Dr, East Point, GA 30344
#MGE3 – 808 Hog Mountain Rd, Building F, Jefferson, GA, 30549
#ATL8 – 2201 Thornton Rd, Lithia Springs, GA 30122
#SAV3 – 7001 Skipper Rd, Macon, GA 31216
#ATL2 – 2255 W Park Blvd, Stone Mountain, GA 30087
#ATL7 – 6855 Shannon Pkwy S, Union City, GA 30291

Idaho

#BOI2 – 5319 E Franklin Rd, Nampa, ID 83687

Illinois

#MDW9 – 2865 Duke Pkwy, Aurora, IL 60502
#ORD2 – 23714 W Amoco Rd, Channahon, IL 60410
#ORD9 – 23700 W Bluff Rd Bldg A, Channahon, IL 60410
#MDW5 – 16825 Churnovic Ln, Crest Hill, IL 60435
#STL4– 3050 Gateway Commerce Center Dr S, Edwardsville, IL
#STL6/STL7/HLU1– 3931 Lakeview Corporate Dr, Edwardsville, IL 62025
#MDW4 – 250 or 201 Emerald Dr, Joliet, IL 60433
#PIL1 – 801 Midpoint Rd, Minooka, Illinois 60047
#MDW7 – 6605 or 6521 W Monee Manhattan Rd, Monee, IL 60449
#MDW6 – 1125 W Remington Blvd, Romeoville, IL 60446
#DIL7 – 3601 Howard St, Skokie, IL 60076
#MDW8 – 1750 Bridge Dr, Waukegan, IL 60085
#MDW8 – 1750 Bridge Dr, Waukegan, IL 60085
#HMW1 – 30260 Graaskamp Blvd, Wilmington, IL 60481

Indiana

#IND9 – 2140 Stacie’s Way, Greenwood, IN 46143
#IND4/IND8 – 710 South Girls School Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46214
#IND7 – 9101 Orly Dr, Indianapolis, IN 46241
#PIN1 – 6161 Decatur Blvd, Indianapolis, IN 46241
#DIN1 – 5850 W 80th St, Indianapolis, IN 46278
#SDF8 – 900 Patrol Rd, Jeffersonville, IN 47130
#IND2/#IND3 – 715 Airtech Pkwy, Plainfield, IN 46168
#IND5 – 800 S Perry Rd Plainfield, IN 46168
#DIN3 – #200, 5545 Chet Waggoner Ct, South Bend, IN 46628
#XUSE – 5100 S Indianapolis Rd, Whitestown, IN 46075
#IND1 – 4255 Anson Blvd, Whitestown, IN 46075

Iowa

#DSM5 – 500 SW 32nd St, Bondurant, IN 50009

Kansas

#MKC4 – 19645 Waverly Rd, Edgerton, KS 66021
#MKC6 – 6925 Riverview Ave., Kansas City, KS 66102
#MCI5 – 16851 W 113th St, Lenexa, KS 66219

Kentucky

#SDF1 – 1105 S Columbia Ave, Campbellsville, KY 42718
#IVSA – 4620 Olympic Blvd, Erlanger, KY 41018
#CVG8 – 7968 Kentucky Dr, Suites 2-3, Florence, KY 41042
#CVG1 – 1155 Worldwide Blvd, Hebron, KY 41048
#CVG2 – 1600 Worldwide Blvd, Hebron, KY 41048
#CVG3 – 3680 Langley Dr, Hebron, KY 41048
#IVSB/#HCN1 – LogistiCenter 275 #2, 3521 Point Pleasant Rd, Hebron, KY 41048
#LEX1/LEX3 – 1850 Mercer Rd, Lexington, KY 40511
#LEX2 – 172 Trade St, Lexington, Kentucky, 40511
#SDF2 – 4360 Robards Ln, Louisville, KY 40218
#SDF4 – 376 Zappos.com Blvd, Shepherdsville, KY 40165
#SDF6 – 271 Omega Pkwy, Shepherdsville, KY 40165
#SDF7 – 300 Omicron Ct, Shepherdsville, KY 40165
#SDF9 – 100 W. Thomas P. Echols Lane, Shepherdsville, KY 40165

Maryland

#HBA1 – 1100 Woodley Rd, Aberdeen, MD 21001
#BWI2 – 2010 Broening Hwy, Baltimore, MD 21224
#HSE1 – 13905 Crayton Blvd, Hagerstown, MD 21742
#MDT2 – 600 Principio Pkwy West, North East, MD 21901
#DCA1 – 1700 Sparrows Point Blvd, Sparrows Point, MD 21219

Massachusetts

#DBO2 – 500 Sprague St, Dedham, MA 02026
#BOS7 – 1180 Innovation Way, Fall River, MA 02722
#BOS5 – 1000 Technology Center Dr, Stoughton, MA 02072

Michigan

#DTW5 – 19991 Brownstown Center Dr, Brownstown Charter Township, MI 48183
#GRR1 – 4500 68th St. SE, Caledonia, MI 49316
#DET1 – 39000 Amrhein Rd, Livonia, MI 48150
#DTW1 – 32801 Ecorse Rd, Romulus, MI 48174
#DET2 – 50500 Mound Rd, Shelby Township, MI 48317

Minnesota

#MSP9 – 9001 Wyoming Ave N, Brooklyn Park, MN 55445
#MSP1 – 2601 4th Ave E, Shakopee, MN 55379

Mississippi

#MEM2 – 191 Norfolk Southern Way, Chickasaw Trail Industrial Park, Byhalia, MS 38611
#MEM6 – 11505 Progress Way, Olive Branch, MS 38654

Missouri

#DLI1 – Hazelwood, MO 63042
#STL8 – 4000 Premier Pkwy, St. Peters, MO 63376

Nevada

#LAS1 – 12300 Bermuda Rd, Henderson, NV 89044
#LAS2 – 3837 Bay Lake Trail Suite 115, North Las Vegas, NV 89030
#LAS6 – 4550 Nexus Way, North Las Vegas, NV 89115
#LAS7 – 6001 E. Tropical Pkwy, North Las Vegas, NV 89115
#RNO4 – 8000 N Virginia St, Reno, NV 89506
#RNO3 – 555 Milan Dr, Sparks, NV 89434

New Hampshire

#BOS1 – 10 State St Nashua, NH 03063

New Jersey

#EWR6/EWR7 – 275 Omar Ave, Avenel, NJ 07001
#ACY2 – 1101 E. Pearl St, Burlington, NJ 08016
#EWR9 & #LGA6 – 8003 Industrial Ave. Carteret, NJ 07008
#LGA7 – 380 Middlesex Ave, Carteret, NJ 07008
#TEB6 – 22 Hightstown-Cranbury Station Rd, Cranbury, NJ 08512
#LGA9 – 2170 State Route 27, Edison, NJ 08817
#TEB3 – 2651 Oldmans Creek Rd, Logan Township, NJ 08085
#EWR1 – 50 New Canton Way Robbinsville, NJ 08691
#EWR4 – 50 New Canton Way, Robbinsville, NJ 08691
#EWR8 – 698 Route 46 West, Teterboro, NJ 07608
#ACY1 – 240 Mantua Grove Rd, West Deptford, NJ 08066

New York

#BUF5– 4201 Walden Ave, Lancaster, NY 14086
#SYR1 – 7211 Morgan Rd, Liverpool, NY 13090
#JFK8/DYY6 – 546 Gulf Ave, Staten Island, NY 10314

North Carolina

#CLT4 – 8000 Tuckaseegee Rd, Charlotte, NC 28214
#CLT9 – 3620 Reeves Ridge Dr, Charlotte, NC 28214
#CLT3 – 6500 Davidson Hwy 2532, Concord, NC 28027
#CTL5 – 1745 Derita Rd, Concord, NC 28027
#RDU5 – 1805 TW Alexander Dr, Durham, NC 27703
#RDU1 – 4851 Jones Sausage Rd, Garner, NC 27529
#GSO1 – 1656 Snow Bridge Ln, Kernersville, NC 27284

Ohio

#AKC1 – 2450 Romig Rd, Akron, OH 44320
#CMH1 – 11903 National Rd SW, Etna, OH 43062
#CLE3 – 1155 Babbitt Rd, Euclid, OH 44132
#CMH6/HCM1 – 3538 TradePort Ct, Building 2, Lockbourne, OH 43137
#CMH3 – 700 Gateway Blvd, Monroe, OH 45050
#CLE2 – 21500 Emery Rd, North Randall, OH 44128
#CMH2 – 6050 Gateway Ct, Obetz, OH 43125
#POH1 – 3880 Groveport Rd, Obetz, OH 43207
#CLE5 – 8685 Independence Pkwy, Twinsburg, OH 44087
#CMH4 – 1550 W Main St, West Jefferson, OH 43162

Oklahoma

#OKC1 – 9201 S. Portland Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73159
#DOK1 – 4401C E Hefner Rd, Oklahoma City, OK 73131
#OKC5 – 1414 S Council Rd, Oklahoma City, OK 73179
#TUL2 – 11920 E 43rd St N, Tulsa, OK 74116

Oregon

#PDX5 – 5647 NE Huffman St, Hillsboro, OR 97124
#PDX6/HPD1 – 15000 N Lombard St, Multnomah, Portland, OR 97203
#PDX7 – 4775 Depot Ct SE, Salem, OR 97317
#PDX9 – 1250 NW Swigert Way, Troutdale, OR 97060

Pennsylvania

#ABE1/ABE2 – 705 Boulder Dr, Breinigsville, PA 18031
#ABE3 – 650 Boulder Dr, Breinigsville, PA 18031
#MDT1 – 2 Ames Dr, Carlisle, PA 17015
#PHL4 – 21 Roadway Dr, Carlisle, PA 17015
#PHL6 – 675 Allen Rd, Carlisle, PA 17015
#XUSC – 40 Logistics Dr, Carlisle, PA 17013
#ABE4 – 1610 Van Buren Rd, Easton, PA 18045
#AVP2/AVP3 – 298 1st Ave, Gouldsboro, PA 18424
#ABE5 – 6455 Allentown Blvd, Harrisburg, PA 17112
#AVP1 – 550 Oak Ridge Rd, Hazleton, PA 18202
#PIT2 – 1200 Westport Rd, Imperial, PA 15126
#PHL5 – 500 McCarthy Dr, Lewisberry, PA 17339
#PPA1 – 545 Oak Hill Rd, Mountaintop, PA 18707
#PIT5 – 2250 Roswell Dr, Pittsburgh, PA 15205
#AVP6 – 1 Commerce Rd, Pittston, PA 18640
#AVP8 – 250 Enterprise Way, Pittston, PA 18640
#DPP1 – 501 North Dr, Sewickley, PA 15143

South Carolina

#GSP1 – 402 John Dodd Rd, Spartanburg, SC 29303
#CAE1 – 4400 12th St Extension, West Columbia, SC 29172

Tennessee

#CHA1 – 7200 Discovery Dr Chattanooga, TN 37421 – Hamilton County
#CHA2 – 225 Infinity Dr NW, Charleston, TN 37310 – Bradley County
#BNA1 – 14840 Central Pike, Lebanon, TN 37090 – Wilson County
#BNA2 – 500 Duke Dr, Lebanon, TN 37090 – Wilson County
#MEM5 – 5155 Citation Dr, Memphis, TN 38118
#BNA3 – 2020 Joe B Jackson Pkwy, Murfreesboro, TN 37127
#BNA5 – 50 Airways Blvd, Nashville, TN 37217
#STN1 – 10 Dell Pkwy, Nashville, TN 37217
#DNA1 – 2813 Brick Church Pike, Nashville, TN 37207

Texas

#STX2 – 1625 Hutton Dr, Carrollton, TX 75006
#DFW6 – 940 W Bethel Rd Coppell, TX 75019
#FTW2/HDA1 – 2701 W Bethel Rd, Coppell, TX
#FTW6 – 2601 W Bethel Rd, Grapevine (Coppell), TX 75261
#FTW7/FTW9 – 944 W. Sandy Lake Rd, Coppell, TX 75019
#DDA8 – 8901 Forney Rd, Dallas, TX 75227
#DFW1 & DFW8 – 2700 Regent Blvd, Dallas, TX 75261
#DAL3 – 1301 Chalk Hill Rd, Dallas, TX 75211
#FTW8 – 3351 Balmorhea Dr. Dallas, TX 75241
#IAH1 – 9155 Southlink Dr, Dallas, TX 75241
#DFW7 – 700 Westport Pkwy, Fort Worth, TX 76177
#FTW3/FTW4 – 15201 Heritage Pkwy, Fort Worth, TX 76177
#XUSB – 14900 Frye Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76155
#DDA2 – 3838 W Miller Rd, Garland, TX 75041
#HOU2 – 10550 Ella St, Houston, TX 77038
#DAL2 – 2601 S Airfield Dr, Irving, TX 75038
#HOU3 – 31819 Highway Blvd, Katy, TX 77493
#PTX1 – 2101 Danieldale Rd, Lancaster, TX 75134
#SAT2 – 1401 E McCarty Ln, San Marcos, TX 78666
#SAT1 – 6000 Enterprise Ave, Schertz, TX 78154
#DAL9 – 1400 Southport Pkwy, Wilmer, TX 75172

Utah

#SLC1 – 777 N 5600 W, Salt Lake City, UT 8411
#SLC2 – 6802 W Old Bingham Hwy, West Jordan, UT 84081
#SLC3/HSL1 – 355 N John Glenn Rd, Salt Lake City, UT 84116
#SLC4 – 770 South Gladiola, Suite 500, Salt Lake City, UT 84104

Virginia

#RIC5 – 11600 N Lakeridge Pkwy, Ashland, VA 23005
#RIC2 – 1901 Meadowville Technology Pkwy Chester, VA 23836
#BWI4 – 165 Business Blvd, Clear Brook, VA 22624
#RIC1 – 5000 Commerce Way, Petersburg, VA 23803
#KRB2 – 7000 Hardware Dr, Prince George, VA 23875
#RIC3/#HRC1 – 4949 Commerce Rd, Richmond, VA 23234
#HDC1 – 6885 Commercial Dr, Springfield, VA 22151
#BWI1 – 45121 Global Plaza, Sterling, VA 20166
#DDC4 – 44301 Mercure Cir, Sterling, VA 20166

Washington

#DSE4 – 6611 Associated Blvd, Everett, WA 98203
#BFI3 – 2700 Center Dr, Dupont, WA 98327
#BFI4 – 21005 64th St, Kent, WA 98032
#BFI5 – 20526 59th Pl S, Kent, WA 98032
#BFI6 – 20202 84th Ave S, Kent, WA 98032
#SEA6/#SEA8 – 1227 124th Ave, Northeast Bellevue, WA, 98005
#PWA1 – 2309 Milwaukee Way, Tacoma, WA 98421
#BFI8 – 20529 24th Ave S, SeaTac, WA 98198
#GEG1 – 10010 W Geiger Blvd, Spokane, WA 99224
#BFI1 – 1800 140th Ave E, Sumner, WA 98390
#DES7 – Sumner, WA 98390
#BFI7 – 1901 140th Ave E, Sumner, WA 98390

Wisconsin

#MKE1 – 3501 120th Ave. Kenosha, WI, 53144
#DML1 – 3935 W Mitchell St, Milwaukee, WI 53215
#MKE2 – 9700 South 13th St, Oak Creek, Wisconsin 53154 – Milwaukee County

Amazon Fulfillment Center Locations in Canada

#YVR2 – 450 Derwent Pl, Delta, British Columbia V3M 5Y9
#YVR4 – 4189 Salish Sea Way, Tsawwassen (Delta), British Columbia V4M 0B9
#YVR2 – 450 Derwent Pl, Delta, British Columbia V3M 5Y9
#YYZ1 – 6363 Millcreek Drive, Mississauga, Ontario L5N 1L8
#YYZ2 – 2750 Peddie Rd, Milton, Ontario L9T 6Y9
#YYZ3 – 7995 Winston Churchill Blvd, Brampton, Ontario L6Y 0B2
#YYZ4/#YYZ6 – 8050 Heritage Rd, Brampton, Ontario L6Y 0C9
#YYZ7 – 12724 Coleraine Dr, Caledon (Bolton), Ontario L7E 4L8
#PRTO – 6110 Cantay Rd, Mississauga, Ontario L5R 3W
#YOW1 – 5225 Boundary Road, Ottawa, Ontario, K4N 1P6
#YYZ9 – 900 Passmore Ave, Scarborough, ON M1X 0A1
#YUL2 – 3000 Rue Louis A Amos, Lachine, QC H8T 3P8

Amazon Fulfillment Center Locations in the UK

#LTN1 – Marston Gate Fulfillment Centre, MK43 0ZA Ridgmont, Bedfordshire, UK
#XUKK – Kuehne & Nagel, Merlin Park II, Wood Lane, B249QJ Birmingham, UK
#XUKA – Aston Lane North, Whitehouse Industrial Estate, WA7 3BN Runcorn, Cheshire, UK
#BHX2 – Robson Way, LE67 1GQ Ellistown, Coalville, UK
#XUKD – Unit A Daventry Distribution Centre, Royal Oak Way North, NN11 8LR Daventry, UK
#LBA1 – Unit 1, Balby Carr Bank, DN4 5JS Balby, Doncaster, UK
#LBA3 – Unit 3, Water Vole Way, DN4 5JP Balby, Doncaster, UK
#LBA2 – Unit 1, Iport Avenue, DN11 0BG New Rossington, Doncaster, UK
#EDI4 – Amazon Way, KY11 8XT Dunfermline, UK
#LTN4 – Unit DC1 (Prologis) Boscombe Road, LU5 4FE Dunstable, UK
#LTN2 – Boundary Way, HP2 7LF Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, UK
#GLA1 – 2 Cloch Road, Faulds Park, PA19 1BQ Gourock, Inverclyde, UK
#LCY1 – Unit B Prologis Park, Twelvetrees Crescent, E3 3JG London, UK
#MAN1 – 6 Sunbank Lane, Airport City, M90 5AA Altrincham, Manchester, UK
#BHX3 – Amazon UK Services Ltd, Royal Oak Way North, NN118QL Daventry, Northamptonshire, UK
#EUK5 – Goods In, Phase Two, Kingston Park, Flaxley Road, PE2 9EN Peterborough, UK
#BHX1 – Towers Business Park, Power Station Road, WS15 1NZ Rugeley, Staffordshire, UK
#CWL1 – Ffordd Amazon, SA1 8QX, Crymlyn Burrows, Swansea, UK
#LCY2 – Amazon Distribution Depot, Unit 2, London Distribution Park, Windrush Road, RM18 7AN Tilbury, UK
#MAN2 – Omega Plot 7c, Orion Boulevard, WA5 3XA Great Sankey, Warrington, UK
#XUKC – Yusen Logistics UK Vendorflex, Rutherford Drive, Park Farm South, NN8 6AQ Wellingborough, UK
#BHX4 – Plot 1, Lyons Park, Coundon Wedge Drive, CV5 9FA Coventry, UK

Amazon Fulfillment Center Locations in Europe

Czech Republic

#PRG1 – Amazon Logistic Prague s.r.o, U Trati 216, 25261 Dobrovíz, CZ
#PRG2 – K Amazonu 245, 25261 Dobrovíz, CZ

France

#XFRE – 91-135 Rue du Brisson, 38290 Satolas-et-Bonce, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes
#LYS1 – Distripôle Chalon, ZAC du Parc d’Activité du Val de Bourgogne,2 Tue Amazon Sevrey, 71100 Saône-et-Loire, Burgundy
#XFRG – ZAC Moulin, 101 Le Chemin de Poupry, 45410 Artenay, Centre-Val de Loire
#MRS1 – Building 2, Rue Joseph Garde, ZAC, Les Portes de Provence, 26200 Montélimar, Drôme
#BVA1 – 7 Rue des Indes Noirs, 80440 Boves, Somme, Hauts-de-france
#XFRF – Avenue Louis Renault, ZAC du Val Bréon, Bâtiment 3, 77610 Châtres, Île-de-France
#XFRH – 900 Rue Denis Papin, 77550 Moissy-Cramayel, Île-de-France
#ORY1 – Pôle 45, 1401 Rue du Champ Rouge, 45770 Saran, Loiret
#LIL1 – Parc logistique de Lauwin-Planque 1, Rue Amazon Douai, 59553 Lauwin-Planque, Norde-Pas-de-Calais

Germany

#FRA1 – Amazon Logistik GmbH, Am Schloß Eichhof 1, 36251 Bad Hersfeld
#FRA3 – Amazon Logistik GmbH, Amazonstraße 1 / Obere Kühnbach, 36251 Bad Hersfeld
#BER6 – Amazon Logistik AF München GmbH, Am Borsigturm 100, 13507 Berlin
#BER3 – Amazon Brieselang GmbH, Havellandstr. 5, 14656 Brieselang
#DTM2 – Amazon Logistik Dortmund GmbH, Kaltband Straße 4, 44145 Dortmund
#XDEU – DHL Solutions GmbH, Barentsstrasse 24, 53881 Euskirchen
#MUC3 – Amazon Distribution GmbH, Amazonstrasse 1 Zeppelinstrasse 2, 86836 Graben
#CGN1 – Amazon Koblenz GmbH, Amazonstrasse 1 / Industriepark A61, 56330 Kobern-Gondorf
#LEJ1 – Amazon Distribution GmbH, Amazonstrasse1, 04347 Leipzig
#LEJ2 – Amazon Distribution GmbH, Imaging Operations, Friedrichshafner Straße 72a, 04357 Leipzig
#XDES – Hermes Fulfilment GmbH Standort Löhne, Schillenbrink 6, 32584 Löhne
#XDET – Geodis Malsfeld NS 3PL, Bornwise 1, 34323 Mansfeld
#XDEB – DHL Logistik-Center Ludwigsau, Im Fuldatal 2, 36251 Ludwigsau OT Mecklar
#XDEI – Geodis Logistics Deutschland GmbH Niederlassung Hamburg, Bei der Lehmkuhle 2, 21629 Neu Wulmstorf-Mienenbüttel
#STR1 – Amazon Pforzheim GmbH, Amazonstraße 1 (A8 Exit 44 Pforzheim Nord direction Bretten), 75177 Pforzheim
#XDEH – Kühne + Nagel (AG & Co.) KG Betriebsstätte Rennerod, Industriegebiet Alsberg, 56477 Rennerod
#DUS2 – Amazon Fulfillment GmbH, Amazonstraße 1 / Alte Landstrasse, 47495 Rheinberg
#XDEJ – Baur Versand GmbH & Co KG, Siegfried-Lapawa-Straße 1, 96242 Sonnefeld
#EDE4 – Amazon Logistik Werne GmbH, Wahrbrink 25, 59368 Werne
#EDE5 – Amazon Logistik Werne GmbH, Wahrbrink 23, 59368 Werne
#DTM1 – Amazon Logistik Werne GmbH, Carl-Zeiss-Straße 3, 59368 Werne
#HAM2 – Amazon Logistik Winsen GmbH, Borgwardstraße 10, 21423 Winsen an der Luhe

Italy

#XITD – Amazon XITD – Geodis Logistics, Viale Maestri del Lavoro 990, 45031 Arquà Polesine
#MXP5 – Amazon EU Sarl c/o Amazon Italia Logistica Srl, Strada Dogana Po 2U, 29015 Castel San Giovanni
#XITC – Amazon XITC – Geodis Logistics SpA, Via Aldo Moro, 4, 20080 Francolino di Carpiano
#FCO1 – Amazon Italia Logistica S.R.L., Via della Meccanica, 4, 02032 Passo Corese
#TRN1 – Amazon Italia Logistica S.R.L., Strada Provinciale per Rondissone 90, 10037 Torrazza Piemonte, Italy
MXP3 – Amazon Italia Logistica S.R.L., Via Rita Levi Montalcini, 2, 13100 Vercelli

Poland

#KTW3 – Amazon Fulfillment, ul. Bojkowska 80, 44-141 Gliwice
#SZZ1 – Amazon Fulfillment sp. z o.o., Kolbaskowo 156, 72-001 Kolbaskowo
#POZ1 – Amazon Fulfillment, Poznanska 1d, 62-080 Sady
#KTW1 – Amazon Fulfillment sp. z o.o., Inwestycyjna 19, 41-208 Sosnowiec
#WRO1 – Amazon Fulfillment, Czekoladowa 1, 55-040 Bielany Wrocławskie
#WRO2 – Amazon Fulfillment, Logistyczna 6, 55-040 Bielany Wrocławskie
#WRO3 – Amazon Fulfillment, Czekoladowa 1, 55-040 Bielany Wrocławskie

Spain

#BCN1 – Amazon Fulfillment, S.L., Avinguda De les Garrigues 6-8, 08820 El Prat de Llobregat, Barcelona
#BCN3 – Amazon Fulfillment, S.L, Carrer Ferro, 12, 08755 Castellbisbal, Barcelona
XESA – XPO Logistics, Avenida Río Henares, 16, 19208 Alovera, Guadalajara
XESB – Avenida Del Río Henares, 19208 Alovera, Guadalajara
MAD4 – Amazon EU Sarl C/O Amazon Fulfillment, S.L, Avenida De Astronomía, 24, 28830 San Fernando De Henares, Madrid
MAD5 – Polígono Industrial Los Gavilanes, C. Severo Ochoa, 28, 28906 Getafe, Madrid
BCN2 – Amazon Fulfillment, S.L., Carrer De La Veranda, 22, 08107 Martorelles
XESC – Kuehne & Nagel Warehouse, Amazon Deliveries, Avenida de las Puntas, 10, 43120 Constantí, Tarragona
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BUS_NAME MAILADDR MAILCITY MAIL_ST MAILZIP1 BUS_PHON
1st Quality Produce Inc 138 Fulton Street Fresno CA 93721 (559) 442-1932
4 J's Produce & Inspection 2165 18th Avenue Kingsburg CA 93631 (559) 859-0428
5 Star Produce Inc 1292 Kings Crown Road Santa Ana CA 92705 (949) 433-0398
68 Produce LLC PO Box 7577 Spreckles CA 93962 (831) 455-9375
A & A Dasso Farms 4302 North Beecher Road Stockton CA 95215 (209) 481-9164
A & A Organic Farms Corp 125 Hangar Way Suite 100 Watsonville CA 95076 (831) 768-0300
A & A Produce Inc PO Box 1158 South San Francisco CA 94083 (650) 875-1020
A & F Distributing Corporation PO Box 21385 Los Angeles CA 90021 (323) 225-8321
A & G Thomas Produce PO Box 1851 Turlock CA 95381 (209) 634-5934
A & N Produce 24409 Avenue 216 Lindsay CA 93247 (559) 756-4281
A & S Produce Inc 2939 Sunol Drive Vernon CA 90058 (213) 260-5100
A & T Hammond Inc PO Box 2564 Monterey CA 93942 (831) 375-9543
A & T Trading Co LLC 1158 G Street Suite 107 & 108 Reedley CA 93654 (559) 643-8029
A D P DePalma Farms Inc 18666 East Hwy 120 Ripon CA 95366 (209) 838-7034
A G Produce & Supplies Inc PO Box 3034 Vista CA 92085 (760) 224-8997
A P Esteve Sales Inc 1920 Tienda Drive Bld. C Suite 201 Lodi CA 95242 (209) 334-9728
A Plus Vegetable Inc 1995 East 20th Street Los Angeles CA 90058 (213) 747-4888
Abcv Ventures LLC 2411 Old Drow Canyon Road #105 San Ramon CA 94583 (925) 837-7400
Abe-El Wholesale 42143 Road 120 Orosi CA 93647 (559) 528-3030
Acevedo Produce 642 North Wilcox Ave Apt #108 Montebello CA 90640 (323) 359-3776
Adolph Foods Inc 1099 E Champlain Drive Suite A #263 Fresno CA 93720 (559) 237-7056
Advantage Produce Inc 1511 Bay Street Los Angeles CA 90021 (213) 627-2777
Advocates For Healthy Living 142 East Bonita Avenue #136 San Dimas CA 91773 (626) 593-9254
Ag Mart Enterprises 2478 Mitchell Avenue Clovis CA 93611 (559) 325-8881
Agriculture & Land Based Training PO Box 6264 Salinas CA 93912 (831) 758-1469
AgroUSA Inc PO Box 58045 Los Angeles CA 90058 (213) 864-6846
Aguilar Muro Produce 11261 Howay Lane Wilton CA 95693 (916) 284-5905
Aguilar Ranch & Produce PO Box 142 Stevinson CA 95374 (209) 261-3898
Al Produce Wholesale Inc 1309 Ross Street Suite C Petaluma CA 94954 (707) 763-2929
Alaraz Corp 2934 24th Street San Francisco CA 94110 (415) 826-4334
Albert Louis Bouvet 20 Landing Circle Suite 306 Chico CA 95973 (530) 899-8200
Albert Raso PO Box 85 Thornton CA 95686 (209) 327-7765
Albert S Kimura 1735 Southwood Drive San Luis Obispo CA 93401 (805) 544-1721
Albert's Organics Inc PO Box 624 Bridgeport NJ 08014 (856) 241-9090
Albertsons LLC PO Box 20 Boise ID 83726 (208) 295-4913
Alchemist CDC 1800 21st Street Suite 100 Sacramento CA 95811 (916) 204-8260
Alday Produce PO Box 1703 Rosemead CA 91770 (562) 824-6047
Alejandro Produce Inc 2504 South Santa Fe C-6 Vista CA 92084 (760) 598-1848
Alejandro Sanchez 16291 Nightstar Court Fontana CA 92336 (213) 219-4279
Alex Produce 4453 Winslow Court Riverside CA 92501 (951) 233-3421
Alex Produce 887 Vertin Avenue C-3 Box 4 Salinas CA 93901 (831) 751-2400
Alex Produce 1965 Norma Street Oxnard CA 93036 (805) 607-5678
Alfonso A Soria 3413 Yerrington Court Modesto CA 95355 (209) 869-0150
Alfonso Vasquez 321 North D Street Madera CA 93638 (559) 675-0442
All About Produce Company 712 Fiero Lane Suite 30-31 San Luis Obispo CA 93401 (805) 431-2626
All Fresh Produce Inc 901 East "E" Street Wilmington CA 90744 (310) 830-6337
All Fresh Products Inc 40 - 20th Street San Diego CA 92102 (619) 232-1000
All Fruits Marketing LLC 9008 Cripple Creek Avenue Bakersfield CA 93312 (661) 667-1505
Alliance Produce Distributors Inc 38365 Innovation Court #1104-K Murrieta CA 92563 (909) 821-3813
Alvarado Produce 150 Belmont Street Apt 59 Delano CA 93215 (661) 709-0029
Alvarez Sales 10353 Gunn Avenue Whittier CA 90605 (213) 622-0933
Alvas Produce 456 Hummingbird Drive Brea CA 92823 (714) 543-8033
Alvin Goldberg And Son Inc 8418 North Third Street Fresno CA 93720 (559) 269-2373
Alvin's Farms #1 Corp 2615 Loma Avenue South El Monte CA 91733 (626) 575-3728
Always Fresh Trading Inc 1338 East 6th Street Los Angeles CA 90021 (213) 622-8168
Amalia Garcia 17496 West Whitesbridge Sp #10 Kerman CA 93630 (559) 567-2292
Amelia Loftus 1454 Oakleaf Drive Royal Oaks CA 95076 (831) 246-1748
American 4 Star Marketing Inc 5112 5th Street Rainbow CA 92028 (760) 728-2905
American Fruits and Flavors 10725 Sutter Avenue Pacoima CA 91331 (818) 899-9574
American Mushroom Inc 698 Anita Street Suite B Chula Vista CA 91911 (619) 477-6551
Amerifresh Inc PO Box 25129 Scottsdale AZ 85255 (480) 927-4900
AMS Export LLC 720 South Alameda Street Los Angeles CA 90021 (213) 612-5888
Ana's Produce 304 Troy Street Bakersfield CA 93306 (661) 366-5252
Andrewsag Inc 13650 Copus Road Bakersfield CA 93307 (661) 858-2266
Andrianos D Argyropoulos 1467 48th Street Sacramento CA 95819 (916) 307-9375
Andrighetto Produce Inc PO Box 2328 So San Francisco CA 94083 (650) 588-0930
Andy's Produce Market Inc PO Box 870 Sebastopol CA 95473 (707) 824-5440
Angel Mendoza Torrez 1909 West La Sierra Fresno CA 93706 (559) 433-5842
Antelope Valley Produce 206 West Nugent Street Lancaster CA 93534 (661) 942-5939
Anthony Vineyards Inc PO Box 9578 Bakersfield CA 93389 (661) 858-6211
Antonio & Ines Hernandez 400 Monroe Street Arvin CA 93203 (661) 247-7368
Araz Produce 11674 Curry Avenue Granada Hills CA 91344 (818) 601-9007
Armando Altamirano 408 Springer Street Bakersfield CA 93306 (661) 549-5343
Armando Montalvo 15728 California Avenue Paramount CA 90723 (562) 790-8594
Armstrong Marketing 16618 Toro Hills Court Salinas CA 93908 (831) 484-0800
Arra Sales Corporation PO Box 2407 Bakersfield CA 93303 (661) 395-7000
Arroyo Produce 944 Olive Avenue Vista CA 92083 (760) 497-1624
Arturo Aguilar Castillo 1667 South Teilman Circle Fresno CA 93706 (559) 230-7212
Arturo Chavarin 1780-P Old Bayshore Highway San Jose CA 95112 (408) 453-4199
Assi Irvine Market LLC 4730 Barranca Parkway Irvine CA 92604 (213) 388-0900
Assi Super Inc 3525 West 8th Street Los Angeles CA 90005 (213) 388-0900
Atlas Produce & Distribution Inc 1031 H Street Bakersfield CA 93304 (661) 322-6800
Autenrieth Company - The PO Box 4648 Thousand Oaks CA 91359 (818) 706-0666
Avila Produce 19655 East Telegraph Road Santa Paula CA 93060 (805) 933-1938
Avila Produce 1217 Edison Highway 595 Edison CA 93220 (661) 778-9553
Avina's Produce 14535 Culp Street La Puente CA 91744 (626) 322-5145
AVP Enterprises Inc PO Box 23100 San Diego CA 92193 (619) 234-7653
AW Home For Special-People 42825 West Valeria Avenue Dos Palos CA 93620 (209) 392-3778
Awe Sum Organics Inc 123 Locust Street Santa Cruz CA 95060 (831) 457-2244
AXR Produce 3302 Olive Street Huntington Park CA 90255 (213) 219-6957
Ayala Orchards Inc 22380 South Elm Avenue Laton CA 93242 (559) 922-0958
B R Produce 4539 Santa Ana Street Apt A Cudahy CA 90201 (213) 622-4535
Backyard CSA 3107 Luna Court Santa Rosa CA 95405 (707) 228-9945
Bahena Produce 10169 Q12 Avenue Little Rock CA 93543 (661) 492-0848
Baja Produce 1886 Newton Avenue San Diego CA 92113 (619) 233-0772
Bandwagon Brokerage Inc PO Box 260827 Encino CA 91426 (323) 983-0670
Banner Fruit Co PO Box 2971 So San Francisco CA 94083 (650) 583-4314
Barajas Produce Inc 538 South Rose Street Anaheim CA 92805 (714) 533-7455
Barcenas Produce 363 South Valencia Blvd Woodlake CA 92386 (323) 376-4206
Batth Dehydrator LLC PO Box 309 Caruthers CA 93609 (559) 864-3501
Bay Area Produce Inc PO Box 6960 San Jose CA 95150 (408) 395-1111
Bay Cities Produce Company Inc 2109 Williams Street San Leandro CA 94577 (510) 346-4943
Bay Fresh Corporation 320 Harbor Way Suite 100 South San Francisco CA 94080 (650) 589-1245
Bedrock Produce 2652 Brdigeport Way Sacramento CA 95826 (916) 826-0319
Bellafresca Inc PO Box 910 Mountain View CA 94042 (650) 961-0399
Belmont Nursery Inc 7730 East Belmont Avenue Fresno CA 93727 (559) 255-6645
Beltran's Produce 49-285 Tulipan Street Coachella CA 92236 (760) 398-2981
Benitez Produce 808 South Hobart Blvd #301 Los Angeles CA 90005 (213) 422-5015
Be-On Produce Inc 729 South Merchant Street Los Angeles CA 90021 (213) 689-8288
Berkeley Bowl Produce Inc 2020 Oregon Street Berkeley CA 94703 (510) 898-9572
Bernardi & Associates Inc PO Box 1925 Nogales AZ 85628 (520) 281-4011
Berry Fresh LLC PO Box 5397 Long Beach CA 90805 (310) 637-2401
Berry Man Inc - The 205 W Montecito Street Santa Barbara CA 93101 (805) 965-3772
Best A & A Produce PO Box 21152 c/o Andy Nguyen San Jose CA 95151 (408) 649-1160
Best Produce 3753 East Robinson Fresno CA 93726 (559) 268-6859
Bethy's Produce 635 South Clela Avenue Los Angeles CA 90022 (323) 691-8521
Better Brand Food Products Inc PO Box 1001 Watsonville CA 95077 (831) 724-7243
Better Life Produce Inc PO Box 2841 Fullerton CA 92837 (213) 623-0640
Bidart Bros Inc 4813 Calloway Driver Bakersfield CA 93312 (661) 410-1400
Billingsley Produce Sales Inc 217 H Street Bakersfield CA 93304 (661) 321-0793
Bi-Rite Restaurant Co Inc 123 South Hill Drive Brisbane CA 94005 (415) 657-9359
Blazer Wilkinson LP PO Box 7428 Spreckles CA 93962 (831) 455-3700
Borton Marketing Co Inc PO Box 9663 Bakersfield CA 93389 (661) 325-5728
Boskovich Farms Inc PO Box 1352 Oxnard CA 93032 (805) 487-2299
Bracamontes Enterprises Inc PO Box 818 Chino Hills CA 91709 (714) 936-6069
Brandt Farms Inc 6040 Avenue 430 Reedley CA 93654 (599) 638-6961
Brix Procure LLC 2513 Collinas PT Chino Hills CA 91709 (909) 606-6067
Bruce A Myers Inc PO Box 397 Exeter CA 93221 (559) 592-2033
Bruce Gossett 4230 Gledden Lane Yuba City CA 95991 (530) 673-5898
Bueno Bonito Barrato Inc 4011 Jewett Avenue Bakersfield CA 93301 (661) 325-4430
Buenrostro Produce 1853 Ives Unit 65 Oxnard CA 93033 (805) 824-2410
Busler's Produce 1599 Gold Street Marysville CA 95901 (530) 315-6858
Buy Fresh Produce Inc 6636 E 26th Street Commerce CA 90040 (323) 796-0127
C & D Enterprizes 78620 Brandford Circle La Quinta CA 92253 (760) 600-0952
C & F Foods Inc 15620 East Valley Blvd City Of Industry CA 91744 (626) 723-1000
C A L Produce Sales Corporation PO Box 8089 Fresno CA 93747 (559) 486-1234
C D S Distributing Inc 1000 Brannan Street Suite 504 San Francisco CA 94103 (415) 864-8588
C J Olson Cherries Inc 348 West El Camino Sunnyvale CA 94087 (408) 736-3726
C J V Gil Produce 31 South Plainsburg Road Le Grand CA 95333 (209) 382-1314
C Lane Company LLC Two Metroplex Drive Suite 200 Birmingham AL 35209 (205) 380-5580
CA Citrus Selector Inc 506 North Kaweah Avenue Suite C Exeter CA 93221 (559) 592-6830
Cabral Produce 1655 North Western Avenue Santa Maria CA 93458 (805) 349-0281
Cal Fresco LLC 6850 Artesia Blvd Buena Park CA 90620 (714) 690-7700
Cal Fruit International Inc PO Box 368 Yuba City CA 95992 (530) 673-0292
Cal Pine Distributors LP 760 Paseo Camarillo Suite #100 Camarillo CA 93010 (805) 484-0730
Cal West Packing Co Inc PO Box 130 Parlier CA 93648 (559) 646-3555
Calafia Growers Inc PO Box 75405 San Clemente CA 92673 (949) 361-0136
Calalu LLC 2421 East 16th Street Unit 1 Los Angeles CA 90021 (323) 587-2200
Calavo Growers Inc 1141 A Cummings Road Santa Paula CA 93060 (805) 921-3211
Calderons Fresh Fruits 2881 Maple Street Merced CA 95348 (209) 777-4071
Caldwell and Sons Inc 4035 E 52nd Street Maywood CA 90270 (323) 589-4008
Calex Trading Company 290 Station Way Suite B Arroyo Grande CA 93420 (805) 481-5001
Calgreen Produce Corp 1925 E 8th Street #4 Los Angeles CA 90021 (213) 228-8900
Cali Fresh Produce Inc 230 Franklin Street Oakland CA 94607 (510) 238-8600
Cali Fresh Produce SF Inc 125 Terminal Court Stall 40C,D,E South San Francisco CA 94080 (650) 873-4444
Calif Almond Packers & Export Inc 21275 Simpson Road Corning CA 96021 (530) 824-3836
California Apple Products Inc 12031 Sherman Road North Hollywood CA 91605 (818) 982-5400
California Produce Wholesalers 6818 Watcher Street City of Commerce CA 90040 (562) 776-5770
California Snack Foods Inc 2131 North Tyler Avenue South El Monte CA 91733 (626) 444-4508
Calvalley Fruit & Produce Co 5771 Belleview Avenue Sacramento CA 95814 (916) 802-7319
Candelaria Products 2050 W Ashlan #209 Fresno CA 93705 (559) 225-4233
Capay Inc 23804 State Highway 16 Capay CA 95607 (530) 219-0453
Capital River Group LLC 807-B Cromwell Avenue Stockton CA 95203 (209) 466-3333
Carcione's Fresh Produce Co PO Box 2281 So San Francisco CA 94080 (650) 583-8989
Cardenas Markets Inc 2501 East Guasti Road Robert Lopez Ontario CA 91761 (909) 731-6049
Cardenas Produce 2505 South 9th Street Fresno CA 93725 (559) 485-3269
Cardino's Produce PO Box 30203 Oakland CA 94604 (510) 538-3993
Carlos Alvarado 931 Blanca Place Oxnard CA 93030 (805) 797-8601
Carlos Cardenas 1037 Robert Lane Santa Maria CA 93458 (805) 354-3294
Carlos Cota Mendez 1385 North Magnolia Avenue Reedley CA 93654 (559) 318-4094
Carlos Nochebuena 5740 Camellia Avenue #104 North Hollywood CA 91601 (818) 769-0126
Carlos Sandoval Gutierrez 750 11th Street Sanger CA 93657 (559) 975-0011
Carol D Borzone 175 Gerald Lane Danville CA 94526 (925) 820-2303
Casa 3 Hermanos 405 West Rumonu Street #405 Ventura CA 93001 (805) 705-6370
Cash & Carry Stores LLC PO Box 22008 Portland OR 97269 (503) 833-1588
Castillo Produce 402 Marston Avenue La Puente CA 91744 (213) 892-0044
Catalina Produce 167 South Normandie Avenue #108 Los Angeles CA 90004 (213) 570-0265
Catalina Produce 4728 Moorpak Way Sacramento CA 95842 (916) 613-9491
Cecelia Packing Corporation 24780 E South Avenue Orange Cove CA 93646 (559) 626-5000
Ceja Produce 2329 Valleyview Street Selma CA 93662 (559) 590-8471
Celsus Export LLC 855 Folsom Street #104 San Francisco CA 94107 (415) 359-1128
Centeno's Produce 417 South Garnsey Street Santa Ana CA 92701 (714) 542-1273
Central Calif Produce Distrib LLC PO Box 537 Richgrove CA 93261 (559) 756-3880
Centurion Trade Inc 304 De Vega Court Modesto CA 95354 (209) 545-2105
Cervantes Distributor Inc 350 Robinson Avenue Calexico CA 92331 (760) 357-1614
Cervantes Produce 119 Preda Street San Leandro CA 94577 (510) 557-6690
CH Robinson Company 14701 Charleson Road Suite 1400 Eden Prairie MN 55347 (952) 937-8500
Chan N Saetern 2273 Coneord Drive Merced CA 95341 (209) 658-2957
Chan Tong Saefong 9160 Luchesi Drive Sacramento CA 95829 (209) 349-2899
Chapin Produce 4706 South Western Avenue Los Angeles CA 90062 (323) 839-9961
Charlie's Enterprises PO Box 12838 Fresno CA 93779 (559) 445-8600
Chasin Foods Inc 1855 East 27th Street Vernon CA 90058 (323) 544-0000
Chef's Choice 395 Commercial Street San Jose CA 95112 (408) 213-3880
Chet & Leo Produce 440 Franklin Street Oakland CA 94607 (510) 893-9010
Chick's Produce Inc 2630 5th Street Sacramento CA 95818 (916) 448-3886
Chico Produce Inc PO Box 1069 Durham CA 95938 (530) 893-0596
Chong's Produce Inc 1860 Dobbin Drive San Jose CA 95133 (408) 259-7783
Choumas Produce Co Inc 1601 East Olympic Blvd Los Angeles CA 90021 (213) 688-1188
Choy and Faye's Farm 3652 Townsheand Circle Stockton CA 95212 (209) 610-0248
Chris G Kragie 15050 Torrey Pines Circle Chowchilla CA 93610 (559) 665-1133
Chris S Mintzas 9 Nancy Lane Chico CA 95926 (916) 435-3164
Christian Bartels Enterprises Inc 288 Lindbergh Avenue Livermore CA 94551 (925) 245-1800
Chue Wang Xiong 1013 West Bellevue Road Merced CA 95348 (209) 631-3368
Chung Phan 7800 Cirano Court Sacramento CA 95828 (916) 681-0688
Ciatti Company LLC 1101 Fifth Avenue #170 San Rafael CA 94901 (415) 458-5150
Cindys 156 East Channel Island Blvd Oxnard CA 93033 (805) 487-0580
Cindy's Produce 3758 Downing Avenue Baldwin Park CA 91706 (626) 392-0613
Cira Produce 10233 South Whiterock Road Rancho Cordova CA 95670 (916) 369-1154
Circle K Ranch 8700 South Leonard Fowler CA 93625 (559) 834-1571
Citaly's Produce 1325 Tomol Drive Carpinteria CA 93013 (805) 684-3096
Citrus Rey Produce 3535 S Temperance Fresno CA 93725 (559) 268-6650
City Ag LLC 5757 Olivas Park Drive Unit K Ventura CA 93003 (805) 650-8004
Clendenen's Cider Works 96 12th Street Fortuna CA 95540 (707) 725-2123
Coast Citrus Distributors Inc 7597 Bristow Court San Diego CA 92154 (619) 661-7950
Coast Produce Company 1601 E Olympic Blvd Bays 206-209 Los Angeles CA 90021 (213) 955-4900
Coast To Coast Produce LLC PO Box 250 Cheshire CT 06410 (203) 271-2006
Coastal Fresh Produce Company 6306 Snell Avenue San Jose CA 95123 (408) 578-4958
Coastline Distributors Inc 29 Maxwell Court Santa Rosa CA 95401 (707) 545-6056
Coliman Produce Inc 9765 Marconi Drive Suite 103 San Diego CA 92154 (619) 424-7148
Complete Produce Inc 460 Alma Street #200 Monterey CA 93940 (831) 375-1999
Concha's Produce 1210 Long Beach Avenue Los Angeles CA 90021 (323) 391-9831
Consolidated Fruit & Vegetable 170 San Benancio Road Salinas CA 93908 (831) 484-0104
Contreras Produce 4608 Abner Street Los Angeles CA 90032 (213) 700-8427
Contreras Produce 338 3/4 North Avenue 52nd Street Los Angeles CA 90042 (323) 793-1506
Convenience Sales Network Inc 41419 Pear Street #5 Murrieta CA 92562 (751) 677-3333
Cooks Company Produce Inc 1942 Jerrold Avenue San Francisco CA 94124 (415) 695-8391
Cooper Cold Foods Inc 4510 Seville Avenue Vernon CA 90058 (323) 584-4440
Coosemans San Francisco Inc 2065 Jerrold Avenue San Francisco CA 94124 (415) 648-5755
Corona College Hts Orange & Lemon 8000 Lincoln Avenue Riverside CA 92504 (951) 359-6451
Corona Fruits & Veggies Inc PO Box 1106 Santa Maria CA 93456 (805) 346-2114
Costco Wholesale Corporation PO Box 35005 Seattle WA 98124 (425) 313-8100
Cotati Brand Eggs Inc 441 Houser Street Cotati CA 94931 (707) 795-4489
Country View Nursery 32831 Road 124 Visalia CA 93291 (559) 624-0100
Couture Farms PO Box 569 Kettleman City CA 93239 (559) 386-9865
Coy's Produce Company Inc 6491 Weathers Place Suite B San Diego CA 92121 (858) 623-9474
Coyt Produce 1238 Circle Drive Salinas CA 93905 (831) 751-6798
Crawford Sales Company 701 West Bay Avenue Newport Beach CA 92661 (661) 303-9529
Crespin Chipres 10017 Houston Avenue Lamont CA 93241 (661) 845-3683
Cruz Produce 929 South Hobart Los Angeles CA 90006 (213) 365-8794
Cruz Produce 1706 Nadine Avenue Modesto CA 95351 (209) 537-2895
Crystal Valley West Inc 1601 East Olympic Blvd Blgd 500#512 Los Angeles CA 90021 (213) 627-2383
Cuenca Produce 279 North V Street Fresno CA 93701 (559) 213-7467
Custom Pak West Limited Partership 2771 French Camp Road Manteca CA 95336 (239) 657-4421
Custom Produce Sales PO Box 977 Kingsburg CA 93631 (559) 254-5867
D & D Wholesale Distributor's Inc 777 Baldwin Park Blvd City of Industry CA 91746 (626) 333-2111
D & L Foods Inc. 902 Durfee Avenue South El Monte CA 91733 (626) 579-9295
D & N Produce 2640 E Washington Blvd Los Angeles CA 90023 (323) 581-4333
D & N Quality Control Fruit 5351 Gatson Road Bakersfield CA 93314 (661) 344-6506
D & R Produce 1925 East 8th Street Los Angeles CA 90021 (213) 688-2946
D and S Produce 121 Casswall Street Napa CA 94558 (707) 486-5940
D F & R W Inc 7005 Tujunga Avenue North Hollywood CA 91605 (818) 984-1444
D J Forry Co Inc 30 Nancy Drive Novato CA 94947 (415) 892-8352
D L J Produce Inc PO Box 2398 West Covina CA 91793 (626) 330-6849
Daaks International Inc 22016 Sagebrook Road Chatsworth CA 91311 (213) 612-3225
Dang Farm Produce 2032 Elk Horn Blvd Rio Linda CA 95673 (916) 622-5819
Daniel D & Wanda K Doerksen 1477 North Birch Reedley CA 93654 (559) 638-5298
Daniel E Herbert Produce Co PO Box 1781 Sun Valley CA 91353 (661) 713-1362
Daniel Madrigal 1710 Dallas Street Modesto CA 95358 (209) 480-3331
Danville Produce PO Box 2510 Martinez CA 94553 (925) 246-9994
D'Arrigo Bros Co of California PO Box 850 Salinas CA 93902 (831) 455-4501
Dave Heafner 24895 Baxter Ranch Road lake Elsinore CA 92532 (951) 657-3056
Davi Produce 250 Chilpancingo Parkway #5 Pleasant Hill CA 94523 (925) 625-0664
David & Esperanza Chavez FLP 817 Arguello Street Redwood City CA 94063 (650) 367-9746
David G Barry 10206 Hwy 70 Marysville CA 95901 (530) 844-1624
David Hatanaka 510 Daniels Street Woodland CA 95695 (530) 510-7548
David Navarro PO Box 274 Hamilton City CA 95951 (530) 513-1448
David Oppenheimer and Company 101 - 11 Burbidge Street Coquitlam BC V3K (604) 461-6779
David Tapia and Maria D Tapia 1735 South Giddings Visalia CA 93277 (559) 288-9245
Davis Ranch LLC 13501 Jackson Road Sloughhouse CA 95683 (916) 682-2658
Daylight Foods Inc 660 Vista Way Milpitas CA 95035 (408) 468-6052
Daylight Produce 2071 E Nebraska Avenue Dinuba CA 93618 (559) 805-6588
DeGuire Marketing LLC 6507 Pacific Avenue #232 Stockton CA 95207 (209) 321-7798
Del Fresh Produce Inc 11300 Center Avenue Gilroy CA 95020 (408) 968-9404
Del Mar Farms PO Box 97 Westley CA 95387 (209) 894-5555
Del Mar Food Products Corp PO Box 891 Watsonville CA 95077 (831) 722-3516
Del Monte Corporation 2 Nestle Way Lathrop CA 95330 (209) 547-7222
Del Monte Fresh Produce NA Inc 241 Sevilla Avenue Attn: Legal Dept Coral Gables FL 33134 (305) 520-8400
Del Rey Properties Inc 120 Calle Del Oaks Place Del Rey Oaks CA 93940 (831) 899-2022
Del Sala Farmers Produce Inc PO Box 10189 Salinas CA 93912 (831) 443-1231
Delano Growers Grape Products 32351 Bassett Avenue Delano CA 93215 (661) 725-3255
Delgadillo's Produce & Nuts PO Box 611118 San Jose CA 95161 (408) 685-6785
Delica North America Inc 1991 West 190th Street #201 Torrance CA 90504 (310) 436-1980
Del's Distributing Company Inc PO Box 402727 Hesperia CA 92340 (760) 948-3357
Delta Green 26704 Avenue 8 Madera CA 93637 (559) 358-1254
Delta Packing Co of Lodi Inc 6021 East Kettleman Lane Lodi CA 95240 (209) 334-1023
Dennis Hamamjian 2513 West Shaw Suite 102A Fresno CA 93711 (559) 221-7055
Derco Associates Inc 2670 West Shaw Lane Fresno CA 93711 (559) 435-2664
Devoy Marketing Incorporated PO Box 40605 Bakersfield CA 93384 (661) 326-1161
Dewey Luvell Martin 2226 North Mendonca Court Visalia CA 93291 (559) 627-5433
Diamond A Sales Company 450 Corral de Tierra Salinas CA 93908 (831) 601-4555
Diana Fruit Co Inc PO Box 268 Santa Clara CA 95052 (408) 727-9631
Direct Fresh Sales Inc 2095 Jerrold Avenue #314 San Francisco CA 94124 (415) 282-3800
Direct Produce Inc PO Box 2277 Huntington Park CA 90255 (213) 624-1727
Diversified Restaurant Systems Inc 11452 El Camino Real Suite 215 San Diego CA 92130 (858) 720-3540
DM Distributor Inc PO Box 1150 South San Francisco CA 94083 (650) 588-9001
DMC Import & Export PO Box 763 McFarland CA 93250 (661) 243-7365
Don Chuy's Produce PO Box 38946 Sacramento CA 95838 (916) 459-9023
Donev Co Inc 690 Anita Street Suite A Chula Vista CA 92113 (619) 423-3333
Donovan Produce Company Inc PO Box 7062 Spreckles CA 93962 (831) 770-1123
Dora's Produce 7117 Lupine Street Bakersfield CA 93313 (661) 912-1760
Dubacano Export Import Inc 2950 South Mooney Blvd Suite I Visalia CA 93277 (559) 622-0178
Duda Farm Fresh Foods Inc PO Box 2386 Salinas CA 93902 (831) 424-8992
Dulceria Y Fuiteria Alaniz 4221 58th Street San Diego CA 92115 (619) 408-5724
Dulcinea Farms LLC 111 Corporated Drive Suite 200 Ladera Ranch CA 92694 (949) 429-1200
Dynamic Food Group Inc PO Box 7507 Spreckels CA 93962 (831) 455-0707
E & T Produce Wholesale LLC 4203 Baldwin Avenue El Monte CA 91732 (626) 582-8340
E Chow Company Inc 12145 Yearling Street Cerritos CA 90703 (562) 924-2771
E Cortez Corporation 365 Mehlschau Road Nipomo CA 93444 (805) 266-0103
E D Produce 1972 Manchester Road San Leandro CA 94578 (510) 481-7903
E Schaffner Packing Inc PO Box 678 El Centro CA 92244 (760) 353-3650
Earl White PO Box 1222 Perryville AR 72126 (501) 652-0799
Earl's Organic Produce 2101 Jerrold Avenue Suite 110 San Francisco CA 94124 (415) 824-7419
Earthquake Produce Inc PMB 436 101 First Street Los Altos CA 94022 (650) 588-9935
Ecli's Produce 3254 Gleason Avenue Los Angeles CA 90063 (323) 265-4263
Eco Farms Avocado Inc 28790 Las Haciendas Temecula CA 92590 (951) 676-4047
Ed Given Inc PO Box 1602 Salinas CA 93902 (831) 757-5117
Edulis Inc 131 Terminal Court #43 South San Francisco CA 94080 (650) 875-3838
El Camino Produce Inc PO Box 1730 Gilroy CA 95020 (408) 848-2733
El Centauro Produce Inc PO Box 278 Montebello CA 90640 (213) 489-1370
El Centro Produce LLC PO Box 70 La Habra CA 90633 (213) 689-7700
El Cocho Produce 800 McGarry Avenue Unit 1.1.3 Los Angeles CA 90021 (213) 612-0116
El Primo Produce PO Box 968 Watsonville CA 95077 (831) 722-5297
El Realito Produce 1618 North Vine Street Santa Maria CA 93454 (805) 434-7452
El Valle Produce 530 Walker Street Watsonville CA 95016 (831) 728-7781
Elisabeth O'Boyle PO Box 658 Vallejo CA 94590 (707) 644-4211
Elsa's Produce "Mangos Bajitos" 1788 Del Rio Drive Stockton CA 95204 (209) 507-6920
Emmanuel John Katakis 164 Silberhorn Drive Folsom CA 95630 (408) 209-9100
Enerida Jacobo 6127 16th Street Rio Linda CA 95673 (209) 465-4521
Enrique Produce 1225 West 166th Street #209 Gardena CA 90247 (310) 538-5256
Enrique Verjan 932 South Ford Blvd Los Angeles CA 90022 (323) 267-0437
Ensenada Meat Market 614 Amigos Road Ramona CA 92065 (760) 522-4562
ERC Produce 6904 Miles Avenue #25 Huntington Park CA 90255 (323) 218-4887
Ervey Produce Inc 1065 Bay Blvd Chula Vista CA 91911 (619) 585-1348
Esequiel & Maria Gonzalez 239 North Holly Woodlake CA 93286 (559) 564-8584
Estrella Bros Fruit & Vegetable Co 1425 30th Street San Diego CA 92154 (619) 575-6404
ETR Merchandise Co 734 South Alameda Street Bdlg A Los Angeles CA 90021 (213) 489-4989
Eureka Specialties Inc PO Box 80817 Rancho Sta Margarita CA 92688 (213) 488-6470
Evans Sales Inc PO Box 2738 Visalia CA 93279 (559) 738-8783
Everfresh Inc 5741 Buckingham Parkway Unit D Culver City CA 90230 (310) 619-6688
Evolution Fresh Inc 1055 Cooley Avenue San Bernardino CA 92408 (909) 478-0895
Exodus International LLC PO Box 3348 Paso Robles CA 93447 (805) 835-5555
EXSPAN International Inc 17555 Ventura Blvd Suite 203 Encino CA 91316 (818) 981-6600
F & J Produce PO Box 11209 Earlimart CA 93219 (661) 428-1226
F & N Best Produce LLC 1005 S 5th Street #17 San Jose CA 95112 (520) 285-9253
F & R Produce LLC 1201 South Roxbury Drive Suite 108 Los Angeles CA 90035 (818) 783-5640
F Colavita & Son 9124 Nassano Drive Stockton CA 95212 (209) 601-6307
Fair Haven Distributing LLC PO Box 2525 Santa Rosa CA 95405 (707) 523-1500
Family Tree Farms Marketing LLC PO Box 396 Dinuba CA 93618 (559) 591-6280
Family Tree Produce Inc 5510 East La Palma Avenue Anaheim CA 92807 (714) 696-3039
Farm and Trade Inc 9287 Midway Suite 2B Durham CA 95938 (530) 345-4140
Farmer Buddies Inc PO Box 877 Apple Valley CA 92307 (714) 884-9447
Farmer John Egg Enterprises Inc 5110 East Panama Lane Bakersfield CA 93307 (661) 845-9441
Farmers Produce Corporation 423 2nd Street Oakland CA 94607 (510) 444-6305
Farmington Fresh Sales LLC PO Box 30667 Stockton CA 95213 (209) 926-3500
Farmland Imports Inc 1168 East 5th Street Los Angeles CA 90013 (213) 621-2929
Feliciano Nava 1832 Avenida San Seastian Perris CA 92571 (909) 436-6586
Felipe Torres Urvina 735 South Almaden Avenue San Jose CA 95110 (408) 561-1372
Felix Costa & Sons 13160 North West Lane Lodi CA 95240 (209) 334-1421
Fernbridge Fruitstand PO Box 35 Fields Landing CA 95537 (707) 786-9181
Ferrari Farms Inc 17071 East Baker Road Linden CA 95236 (209) 887-3603
Ferreria Produce LLC 6518 Eden Avenue Winton CA 95388 (209) 658-9151
Field Fresh Foods PO Box 3877 Gardena CA 90247 (310) 719-8422
Fields Family Farms 9430 Lubell Lane Acampo CA 95220 (209) 570-1240
Fiesta Fruit Inc 507 West School Avenue Visalia CA 93291 (559) 740-0631
Figmal Investments Inc 6203 Gage Avenue Bell Gardens CA 90201 (626) 638-2519
First Class Fruit & Vegetable Dist PO Box 25371 Fresno CA 93720 (559) 434-2833
Five Diamond Cold Storage Inc 14250 County Line Road Delano CA 93215 (661) 344-6321
Flavor Tree Fruit Company LLC - The 15650 Excelsior Avenue Hanford CA 93230 (559) 584-8888
Florance Distributing Co Inc 4555 Pacific Blvd Vernon CA 90058 (323) 585-1172
Florencio and Alicia Arroyo 3322 Gopher Canyon Road Vista CA 92084 (760) 594-6303
Flores Produce 3021 Inez Street Los Angeles CA 90023 (323) 263-4004
Floyd William Sherron Jr 2343 Via Madero Oroville CA 95966 (530) 370-3726
Food Connect Inc 544 Stanford Avenue Los Angeles CA 90013 (213) 622-6386
Forrest Transportation Service Inc 3330 South Fairway Visalia CA 93277 (559) 622-1870
Foster Poultry Farms 900 West Belgravia Avenue Fresno CA 93706 (209) 394-7901
Fowler Packing Co Inc 8570 South Cedar Avenue Fresno CA 93725 (559) 834-5911
Francisco & Maria Loza 4761 Mariposa Way Merced CA 95340 (209) 535-0915
Francisco Nunez Sanchez 22633 Road 130 Tulare CA 93274 (559) 685-1018
Francisco Ramirez 331 S. C Street Tulare CA 93274 (559) 687-9562
Francisco Sanchez 6609 Avenue 416 Dinuba CA 93618 (559) 741-5800
Frank A Devine PO Box 10459 Salinas CA 93912 (831) 240-1525
Franzella Produce Inc PO Box 2285 So San Francisco CA 94083 (650) 588-0760
Fred Podesta Farms 8000 North Podesta Lane Linden CA 95236 (209) 887-3701
Freeman's 3180 Taylor Road Loomis CA 95650 (916) 652-6544
Fresh Connection - The 914 Dewing Avenue Lafayette CA 94549 (925) 253-9939
Fresh Cut Inc PO Box 1267 Fullerton CA 92836 (714) 871-2558
Fresh Express Incorporated 550 South Caldwell St Attn D Sherri Charlotte NC 28202 (980) 636-5155
Fresh Express Produce Inc PO Box 2125 Anaheim CA 92814 (213) 489-0960
Fresh Farms Fruits & Veggies Inc 1256 Cosima Lane Santa Maria CA 93455 (805) 878-3635
Fresh Green Inc 1970 Jerrold Avenue San Francisco CA 94124 (415) 826-1697
Fresh Is Best 4313 Chevy Chase Drive La Canada CA 91011 (818) 952-8044
Fresh Link Produce Services 1874 East Washington Avenue Reedley CA 93654 (559) 897-3851
Fresh Network LLC 19040 Portola Drive Salinas CA 93908 (831) 775-3391
Fresh Pacific Fruit/Vegetable Inc 7650 North Palm Avenue Suite 103 Fresno CA 93711 (559) 432-3500
Fresh Packing Corporation PO Box 3009 Alhambra CA 91803 (213) 612-0136
Fresh Pic Inc 746 South Central Avenue Unit #1 Los Angeles CA 90021 (213) 623-4270
Fresh Point Central California Inc 5900 North Golden State Blvd Turlock CA 95382 (209) 216-0221
Fresh Produce 1233 Janes Way Colton CA 92324 (909) 519-7292
Fresh Produce 327 West Riverdale Drive #11 Glendale CA 91204 (818) 296-5091
Fresh Produce 7941 Diamond Rock Drive Antelope CA 95843 (916) 534-5288
Fresh Produce Partners LLC 24560 Silver Cloud Court Suite 104 Monterey CA 93940 (831) 751-6700
Freshko Produce Services Inc PO Box 11097 Fresno CA 93771 (559) 497-7000
Freshnet Produce Inc PO Box 636 Brisbane CA 94005 (510) 251-8181
Freshpoint San Francisco Inc 30340 Whipple Road Union City CA 94587 (510) 476-4511
FreshPoint Southern California Inc 155 North Orange Avenue City of Industry CA 91744 (626) 855-1400
Freska Produce International LLC 511 Montain View Avenue Oxnard CA 93030 (805) 650-1040
Fresno Produce Inc PO Box 12204 Fresno CA 93776 (559) 495-0143
Frog's Leap Winery PO Box 189 Rutherford CA 94573 (707) 968-4704
Fruit Distributing Corporation 5270 East Washington Blvd Commerce CA 90040 (323) 780-1000
Fruit Guys LLC - The 405 Victory Road Suite D South San Francisco CA 94080 (650) 246-1200
Fruit Patch Sales LLC 38773 Road 48 Dinuba CA 93618 (559) 591-6140
Fruit Pros LLC PO Box 210576 Chula Vista CA 91921 (619) 397-5600
Fruit Smart Marketing Inc PO Box 710100 Santee CA 92072 (619) 562-5010
Fruition Sales PO Box 546 Reedley CA 93654 (559) 626-7917
Fruta Arce 3349 Harses Hoe Drive Sacramento CA 95821 (916) 603-2912
Fue Thao 130 South Lind Avenue Fresno CA 93727 (559) 449-1535
Fuentes Produce Corp 746 Central Court B2 Los Angeles CA 90021 (213) 629-5365
Full Belly Farm PO Box 251 Guinda CA 95637 (530) 796-2214
G & G Produce 5015 Geary Blvd San Francisco CA 94118 (415) 387-5673
G & G Provisions Inc 1815 Main Street San Diego CA 92113 (619) 666-0555
G & K Distributing Inc 13260 Daum Drive City of Industry CA 91746 (626) 336-3332
G & N Produce PO Box 29082 Oakland CA 94604 (510) 451-1330
G & S Fresh Inc 2705 5th Street #1 Sacramento CA 95818 (916) 441-7323
G T Produce Inc 2630 5th Street Sacramento CA 95818 (916) 448-4412
G4L Produce 701 Southgate Drive Bakersfield CA 93307 (619) 454-5723
Gaarde Foodsource and Service Inc 5108 East Clinton Way Suite 131 Fresno CA 93727 (559) 439-4152
Gabriel Garcia 16439 Athol Street Fontana CA 92335 (323) 559-5324
Gabriel Nunez 1151 East 43rd Street Los Angeles CA 90011 (323) 234-4072
Galli Produce Inc PO Box 612620 San Jose CA 95161 (408) 436-6100
Garcia Greens PO Box 483 Tracy CA 95378 (209) 839-8235
Garcia Produce 7119 San Mateo Street Paramount CA 90723 (562) 448-4272
Garcia Produce 1995 Henderson Lane Oceano CA 93445 (805) 440-2906
Garcia Produce 575 Euclid Avenue Duarte CA 91010 (626) 260-4409
Gary & Sons PO Box 4530 Auburn CA 95604 (916) 625-4790
Gary A Hardisty 9230 Allan Road Fallon NV 89406 (707) 481-7419
Gary Romano 1329 County Road A23 Beckwourth CA 96129 (530) 832-0114
Gavo Inc 1131 East 10th Street Los Angeles CA 90021 (213) 688-4989
Gee Agri Transport Inc 7317 South George Washington Blvd Yuba City CA 95993 (530) 682-1182
Geller International Inc 1799 Old Bayshore Hwy #100 Burlingame CA 97010 (650) 692-6488
Gelson's Markets PO Box 512256 ATTN: Controller Los Angeles CA 90051 (310) 638-2842
George Mantzoros 123 South G Street San Bernardino CA 92410 (909) 889-7310
George Skikos Produce 2539 Cactus Avenue Santa Rosa CA 95405 (707) 576-7606
Gerawan Farming Inc 7108 N Fresno Street Suite 450 Fresno CA 93720 (559) 706-6123
Gerawan Farming Partners Inc 7108 North Fresno Street Suite 450 Fresno CA 93720 (559) 787-8780
Get Fresh Distributors 2 7614 Cedarcliff Avenue Whittier CA 90606 (213) 622-1476
Giana of California Inc PO Box 1059 Watsonville CA 95077 (831) 663-9770
Gibson Wine Company 1720 Academy Avenue Sanger CA 93657 (559) 875-2505
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2023.01.20 16:16 Rsubs33 Game Preview Divisional Round Philadelphia Eagles (14-3) vs New York Giants (10-7-1)

Philadelphia Eagles (14-3) vs the New York Giants (10-7-1)
The Eagles will face a familiar foe as they take on their oldest rival in the Divisional Round of the Playoffs this week when the Giants make the trip down I95 to the Linc. Saturday marks the third meeting of the 2022 season between the Giants and the Eagles, with Philadelphia winning the first two games. The Giants and Eagles have met three times in a single season on four occasions - 2008, 2006, 2000 and 1981. The playoff series is currently tied 2-2 with The Eagles winning in 2008 and 2006 and the Giants winning in 2000 and 1981. The Eagles recent success against the Giants is well documented, the Eagles are 11-2 in the last 13 meetings with the Eagles winning the last 3 games, though the last one is rather pointless to mention with the Giants resting a majority of their starters. The Eagles are also 9-0 against the Giants at the Linc dating back to the 2014 season. The Eagles will hope that streak will go to 10-0 Saturday Night. When teams play each other three times in the same season, teams are 14-7 in attempts to beat a team three times in the same season all-time. The Giants are sure to put up a fight thought, they are a team no one expected to be here when the season started, but head coach Brian Daboll has done a tremendous job in getting his team prepared each week and has gotten the most out of his roster. The Giants upset the Vikings last week in Minnesota and will look to play spoiler again this week. On paper the Eagles have the better roster, but this is a divisional matchup in the playoffs, so the Eagles need to be on their toes. On offense they need to stay with a balanced attack and do it early. Sirianni and Stichen can’t do what they have done in recent weeks where they don’t even give Sanders the ball until the 2nd quarter. They need to get him and Giant Killer, Boston Scott, involved early to keep the Giants guessing and keep the pass rush off Hurts who is still recovering from his shoulder injury which forced him to miss two of the final three games. On defense the Eagles need to stay disciplined and stay in their rush lanes to prevent Jones from sneaking out of the pocket for big runs. In the secondary, the Eagles will be without Maddox who will miss the game with a toe injury so expect CJ Gardner Johnson to line up in the slot in key passing situations now that he is back from a ruptured kidney he sustained in week 12. The Eagles secondary should have the advantage over the Giants receivers and they will not be running wide open like they were against the Vikings where the WRs were perfectly covered on just 20% of the plays which is 14% below the league average this year. In this game they will be facing two corners who have been great all season in Darius Slay and former Giant James Bradberry. If the Eagles can lock down the receivers and force Jones to hold the ball the Eagles pass rush should be able to get home against the Giants OL which PFF ranked 30th on the season. The Eagles need to get back to forcing turnovers and this could be the game to kickstart it back up and jump start the playoff run. Should be a good game. Go Birds!
 
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Date
Saturary, January 21st, 2023
Game Time Game Location
8:15 PM - Eastern Lincoln Financial Field
7:15 PM - Central 1020 Pattison Ave
6:15 PM - Mountain Philadelphia, PA 19148
5:15 PM - Pacific Wikipedia - Map
Weather Forecast
Stadium Type:Open
Surface: Desso GrassMaster
Temperature: 40°F
Feels Like: 38°F
Forecast: Mostly Cloudy. Partly cloudy throughout the day.
Chance of Precipitation: 0%
Cloud Coverage: 76%
Wind: Northwest 3 MPH
 
Betting Odds
OddShark Information
Favorite/Opening Line: Philadelphia -7.5
OveUnder: 47
Moneyline Eagles -330, Giants +270
Record vs. Spread: Philadelphia 8-9, New York 14-4
 
Where to Watch on TV
FOX will broadcast Sunday’s game to a national audience. Joe Davis will handle the play-by-play duties and Daryl Johnson will provide analysis. Pam Oliver and Kristina Pink will report from the sidelines.
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Radio Streams
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Radio.com 94.1 Desktop Streaming
 
Listen to Merrill Reese and Mike Quick
Calling the game on 94WIP and the Eagles Radio Network will be Merrill Reese, the NFL’s longest-tenured play-by-play announcer (46th season). Joining Reese in the radio booth will be former Eagles All-Pro wide receiver Mike Quick, while Howard Eskin will report from the sidelines.
 
Location Station Frequency
Philadelphia, PA WIP-FM 94.1 FM and 610 AM
Allentown, PA WCTO-FM 96.1 FM
Atlantic City/South Jersey WENJ-FM 97.3 FM
Levittown, PA WBCB-AM 1490 AM
Northumberland, PA WEGH-FM 107.3 FM
Pottsville, PA WPPA-AM 1360 AM
Reading, PA WEEU-AM 830 AM
Salisbury/Ocean City, MD WAFL-FM 97.7 FM
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, PA WEJL-FM 96.1 FM
Salisbury/Ocean City, MD WAFL-FM 97.7 FM
Salisbury/Ocean City, MD WEJL-AM 630 AM
Salisbury/Ocean City, MD WBAX-AM 1240 AM
Williamsport, PA WBZD-FM 93.3 FM
Wilmington, DE WDEL-FM/AM 101.7 FM
York/LancasteHarrisburg, PA WSOX-FM 96.1 FM
 
Philadelphia Spanish Radio
Rickie Ricardo, Oscar Budejen and Bill Kulik will handle the broadcast in Spanish on Mega 105.7 FM in Philadelphia and the Eagles Spanish Radio Network.
 
Location Station Frequency
Philadelphia, PA LA MEGA 105.7 FM
Atlantic City, NJ WIBG 1020 AM; 101.3 FM
 
Giants Radio
Giants Radio Bob Papa season to handle play-by-play duties for the broadcast. Former Giant Carl Banks will provide color and analysis during the game and former Giant Howard Coss will report from the sidelines.
 
National Radio
Kevin Kugler will handle the play by play duties with Ross Tucker providing analysis and Laura Okmin reporting from the sidelines.
 
Satellite Radio
Satellite Radio
Station Eagles Channel Giants Channel
Sirius Radio SIRI 83 (Streaming 825) SIRI 82 (Streaming 823)
XM Radio XM 227 (Streaming 825) XM 225 (Streaming 823)
Sirius XM Radio SXM 227 (Streaming 825) SXM 225 (Streaming 823)
 
Eagles Social Media Giants Social Media
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NFC East Regular Season Standings
NFC EAST Record PCT Home Road Div Conf PF PA Net Pts Streak
Eagles(xz*) 14-3 .824 7-2 7-1 4-2 9-3 477 344 +133 W1
Cowboys(x) 12-5 .706 8-1 4-4 4-2 8-4 467 342 +125 L1
Giants(x) 9-7-1 .559 5-3-1 4-4 1-4-1 4-7-1 365 371 -6 L1
Commanders 8-8-1 .500 4-5 4-3-1 2-3-1 5-6-1 321 343 -22 W1
NFC Playoff Picture
Seed Team Division Record
1 Eagles East 14-3
2 49ers West 13-4
3 Vikings North 13-4
4 Buccaneers South 8-9
5 Cowboys East 13-4
6 Giants East 10-7-1
7 Seahawks West 9-8
 
This Weekends NFC Games
Game Time Location
Giants @ Eagles 1/21/2022 8:15PM EST Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA
Cowboys @ 49ers 1/22/2020 6:30PM EST Levi’s Stadium Santa Clara, CA
 
AFC Playoff Picture
Seed Team Division Record
1 Chiefs West 14-3
2 Bills East 13-3
3 Bengals North 12-4
4 Jaguars South 9-8
5 Chargers West 10-7
6 Ravens North 10-7
7 Dolphins East 9-8
 
This Weekends AFC Games
Game Time Location
Jaguars @ Chiefs 1/21/2022 4:30PM EST Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City MO
Bengals @ Bills 1/22/2022 3:00PM EST Highmark Stadium, Orchard Park, NY
 
Series Information
Philadelphia Eagles lead the New York Giants series (92-88-2) - (90-86-2) regular season, (2-2) postseason
Series History
Head to Head Box Scores
First Game Played
October 15th, 1933 at the Polo Grounds in Upper Manhattan, New York, NY. New York Giants 56 - Philadelphia Eagles 0
Points Leader
The New York Giants lead the Philadelphia Eagles (3537-3469)
Coaches Record
Nick Sirianni: 3-1 vs. the New York Giants
Brian Daboll: 0-2 vs. the Eagles
Coaches Head to Head
Nick Sirianni vs. Brian Daboll: Sirianni leads 2-0
Quarterback Record
Jalen Hurts: Against Giants: 3-1
Daniel Jones: Against Eagles: 2-3
Quarterbacks Head to Head
Jalen Hurts vs Daniel Jones: Tied 1-1
Records per Stadium
Record @ Lincoln Financial Field: Eagles lead the Giants: 13-6
Record @ MetLife Stadium: Eagles lead the Giants: 8-4
 
Rankings and Last Meeting Information
NFL.com Power Ranking
Eagles No. 5 - Giants No. 7
Record
Eagles: 14-3
Giants: 10-7-1
Last Meeting and Last Meeting at Site
January 8th,, 2022
The Eagles clinched home-field advantage and a first-round bye with a 22-16 win over the New York Giants, who played mostly backups due to already clinching the No. 6 seed last week. The Eagles played an extremely vanilla offense most of the game with Hurts mainly just running and ducking out of bounds whenever he was chased from the pocket in order to protect his shoulder which was still sore in the game. Jake Elloitt was 5/5 for FGs in the game and added an extra point in the conservative play-calling by Sirianni in the 22-16 win for the Eagles. Philadelphia finishes the season 14-3
Last Meeting with Starters Playing
Sunday, December 21th, 2022
The Eagles took a trip up I95 to take on their division rival the NY Football Giants in a matchup of two teams going in different directions. The Eagles were on a 3 games win streak going into the Game where the Giants hadn’t put up a W in a few weeks. That trend continued Sunday as the Eagles came out and dominated both sides of the football. Hurts improved his MVP credentials by throwing for 217 yards and hitting DaVonta Smith on a 41-yard fourth-down TD strike and A.J. Brown on a 33-yarder as the Eagles (12-1) scored on their first three possessions. The third-year quarterback also ran for 77 yards, highlighted by a 10-yard TD scamper late in the third quarter. Miles Sanders also ran for 144 yards, scored on runs of 3 and 40 yards and hit the 1,000-yard mark for the season (1,068) as the Eagles handed the Giants their worst loss under first-year coach Brian Daboll. Jake Elliott kicked two field goals and the defense finished with seven sacks, including three by Brandon Graham as the Eagles clinched a playoff berth in their second consecutive seasons.
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Last 10 Meetings
Date Winner Loser Score
1/08/22 Eagles Giants 22-16
12/11/22 Eagles Giants 48-22
12/26/21 Eagles Giants 34-10
11/28/21 Giants Eagles 13-7
11/15/20 Giants Eagles 27-17
10/22/20 Eagles Giants 22-21
12/29/19 Eagles Giants 34-17
12/9/19 Eagles Giants 23-17
11/25/18 Eagles Giants 25-23
10/11/18 Eagles Giants 34-13
 
Injury Reports Depth Charts
Eagles Eagles
Giants Giants
 
2022 “Expert” Picks
Week 20 - "Expert" Picks
 
2022 Team Stats
Eagles Season Stats
Giants Season Stats
 
2022 Regular Season Stats (Starters/Leaders)
 
Passing
Name CMP ATT PCT YDS TD INT RAT
Hurts 306 460 66.5% 3701 22 6 101.6
Jones 317 472 67.2% 3205 15 5 92.5
 
Rushing
Name ATT YDS YDS/G AVG TD
Sanders 259 1269 74.6 4.9 11
Barkley 295 1312 82.0 4.4 10
 
Receiving
Name REC YDS YDS/G AVG TD
Brown 88 1496 88.0 17.0 11
Slayton 46 724 15.7 48.3 2
 
Sacks
Name Sacks Team Total
Reddick 16 70
Lawrence 7.5 41
 
Tackles
Name Total Solo Assist Sacks
Edwards 159 99 60 2.0
Love 124 79 45 1.0
 
Interceptions
Name Ints Team Total
Gardner-Johnson 6 17
Love 2 6
 
Punting
Name ATT YDS LONG AVG NET IN 20 TB BP
Kern 10 408 53 40.8 36.6 1 0 0
Siposs(IR) 44 2005 59 45.6 40.5 16 3 0
Gillian 74 3463 69 46.8 40.1 26 9 1
 
Kicking
Name ATT MADE % LONG PAT
Elliot 20 23 87.0% 56 51/53
Gano 32 29 90.6% 57 32/34
 
Kick Returns
Name ATT YDS AVG LONG TD
Scott 15 406 27.1 66 0
Brightwell 26 555 21.3 47 0
 
Punt Returns
Name RET YDS AVG LONG TD FC
Covey 33 308 9.3 27 0 19
James 24 179 6.2 23 0 15
 
League Rankings 2022
 
Offense Rankings
Category Eagles Stat Eagles Rank Giants Stat Giants Rank
Total Offense 389.1 3rd 333.918th
Rush Offense 147.6 5th 148.2 4th
Pass Offense 241.5 9th 185.7 26th
Points Per Game 28.1 3rd 21.5 15th(t)
3rd-Down Offense 46.6% 4th 36.8% 22nd
4th-Down Offense 68.8% 4th 47.6% 21st
Red Zone Offense (TD%) 72.2% 3rd 63.3% 7th
 
Defense Rankings
Category Eagles Stat Eagles Rank Giants Stat Giants Rank
Total Defense 301.5 2nd 358.2 25th
Rush Defense 121.6 16th(t) 144.2 27th
Pass Defense 179.8 1st 214.0 14th
Points Per Game 20.2 8th 21.8 17th(t)
3rd-Down Defense 38.6% 14th 35.1% 5th
4th-Down Defense 60.0% 25th 64.7% 30th
Red Zone Defense (TD%) 52.7% 11th 49.2% 5th
 
Team
Category Eagles Stat Eagles Rank Giants Stat Giants Rank
Turnover Diff. +8 3rd) +3 11th
Penalty Per Game 5.3 12th(t) 6.2 26th(t)
Penalty Yards Per Game 40.1 8th 48.7 19th
 
 
Recap from Last Week’s Games
Eagles
Eagles were on bye during the wild card due to being the number 1 seed.
Giants
The Giants took on the Minnesota Vikings with their 13-4 record, however 11 of those wins were by a score of less including one earlier this season against the Giants. The Giants must have taken notes during their first matchup with the Vikings and took them to town in the Wild Card round. The Giants dominated the Vikings defense with Daniel Jones passing for 301 yards and two touchdowns while running for 78 yards in his first career playoff game. Saquan Barkley also had a nice game for the Giants rushing for 2 scores including the tiebreaker midway through the 4th quarter. The Vikings did have a chance to tie the game late, but Kirk Cousins was his typical self and choked on the big stage. The Vikings had the ball on their 46 yard line when it was 4th and 8 and Cousins inexplicably checked it down to his TE who was tackled short of the yard to gain and turned it over on downs allowing the Giants to run out the clock. The Giants handed the Vikings their first one possession loss of the season winning 31-24.
 
Connections
Eagles CB James Bradberry played two seasons for the Giants from 2020-2021.
Eagles DT Linval Joseph was drafted by the Giants in the second round of the 2010 NFL draft and played 4 seasons with the Giants from 2010-2013.
Giants HC Brian Daboll was Eagles QB Jalen Hurts OC and QB coach while they were both at Alabama in 2017.
Giants Assistant GM Brandon Brown was the Assistant Director of Pro Scouting and Director of Pro Scouting for the Eagles from 2017-2020.
Giants OC Mike Kafta was drafted in the 4th round by the Eagles in 2010 and played 2 seasons for them 2010-2011.
Giants QB Coach Shea Tierney is from Philadelphia and was a Football analyst and coaching intern with the Eagles from 2013-2015 and was on the Alabama staff while Eagles QB Jalen Hurts was the QB.
Giants WR Coach Mike Groh held the same position with the Eagles in 2017 and was promoted to OC for the Eagles from 2018-2019.
Giants DB Coach Jerome Henderson played one season for the Eagles in 1995.
Giants Special Teams Coordinator Thomas McGaughey spent two seasons on the Eagles practice squad in 1996-1997.
Giants Strength and Conditioning Coach Craig Fitzgerald is from Philadelphia.
Giants RB Saquan Barkley and Eagles RB Miles Sanders were teammates at PSU.
Eagles Assistant Quarterbacks coach/Offensive Assistant coach Alex Tanney played QB for the Giants from 2018-2020.
Giants G Jack Anderson played one season with the Eagles in 2021.
Giants WR Marcus Johnson played two season with the Eagles from 2016-2017
Giants LB Jihad Ward is from Philadelphia, PA and attended Edward W. Bok Technical High School in the city.
 
2023 Pro Bowlers
Eagles Giants
C Jason Kelce (Starter) RB Saquan Barkley (Starter)
QB Jalen Hurts (Starter) DE Dexter Lawrence
WR AJ Brown (Starter)
OT Lane Johnson (Starter)
G Landon Dickerson(Starter)
RB Miles Sanders
OLB Hassan Reddick
CB Darius Slay (Starter) -
 
General
Referee: Clete Blakeman
Philadelphia is the No. 1 seed in the NFC Playoffs for the fifth time in franchise history, having previously done so in 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2017. The Eagles’ five No. 1 seeds since 2000 are the 2nd-most by any NFL team in that span, trailing only New England (seven).
Philadelphia is the first team in NFL history to secure two No. 1 seeds over a five-year span with different head coach/QB combos.
The Eagles captured their 10th NFC East crown under Jeffrey Lurie’s ownership (most in the division since 2001) and established a single-season franchise mark with 14 wins this season. Philadelphia finished tied with Kansas City for the NFL’s best record (14-3).
Nick Sirianni became the fourth coach since the 1970 merger to win 14 games in their first or second career season as a head coach, joining Jim Caldwell (2009 Indianapolis Colts), Mike Martz (2001 St. Louis Rams) and George Seifert (twice, 1989-90 San Francisco 49ers).
This marks the Eagles’ 17th postseason trip under Lurie’s ownership. Since 2000, Philadelphia is tied for the 3rd-most playoff appearances (15) in the NFL, trailing only New England (18) and Green Bay (16).
The Eagles have clinched a playoff berth in five of the last six years (2017-19, 2021-22), marking the franchise’s best six-year span since making five consecutive postseason bids from 2000-04. Philadelphia is one of only three NFL teams to appear in the playoffs in five of the last six seasons, joining Kansas City (six) and Buffalo (five).
The Eagles are 11-2 in their last 13 games against the Giants, including wins in each of the last 3 meetings between the two clubs. In Week 14, Philadelphia scored a season-high 48 points vs. New York. In addition, the Eagles are 9-0 at home against the Giants since 2014.
This is the third time Philadelphia has faced the Giants in the playoffs at home (also W, 23-20 on 1/7/07 and L, 21-27 on 12/27/81).
The Eagles have the most Pro Bowl selections (eight) in the NFL this year – A.J. Brown, Landon Dickerson, Jalen Hurts, Lane Johnson, Jason Kelce, Haason Reddick, Miles Sanders and Darius Slay. Philadelphia also has six All-Pro honorees (the Eagles’ most All-Pro picks since the 2004 season) – Johnson and Kelce on the first team along with James Bradberry, Brown, Hurts and Reddick on the second team.
Philadelphia scored a franchise-record 477 points in 2022, including team records in total TDs (59), scrimmage TDs (57) and rushing TDs (32). The Eagles’ 32 rushing TDs tied for the 3rd-most in league history, trailing the 1962 Packers (36) as well as the 1976 Steelers (33).
Philadelphia became just the fifth NFL team since 1970 to rush for 25+ TDs in consecutive seasons, joining the 2002-05 Chiefs (four), 1994- 95 Cowboys, 1975-76 Baltimore Colts and 1974-75 Dolphins.
The Eagles also finished the regular season with franchise records in third-down conversion rate (45.9%, previously 45.7% in 2021) and red zone TD efficiency (67.8%, previously 66.7% in 2019).
During the regular season, Jalen Hurts led the Eagles to a 14-1 record (.933 winning percentage) as a starter, completing 306-of-460 (66.5%) attempts for 3,701 yards (8.0 avg.), 22 TDs, 6 INTs and a 101.6 passer rating. He also rushed for 760 yards and 13 TDs. In total, Hurts combined for 4,461 yards and 35 TDs in his third NFL campaign.
Hurts became the fourth NFL QB since 2000 to lead his team to 14+ wins while registering 35+ total TDs and 8-or-fewer giveaways, joining Patrick Mahomes (2020), Aaron Rodgers (2011) and Tom Brady (2010). At 24 years old, he became the second youngest QB in NFL history to win 14+ games, trailing only Dan Marino with Miami in 1984 (23).
Hurts tied the Eagles’ single-season record with 35 total TDs (also Randall Cunningham in 1990), which ranked 4th in the NFL, behind Mahomes (45), Josh Allen (42) and Joe Burrow (40). He also led the NFL in 20+ yard TDs (15). His 13 rushing TDs are the 2nd-most by a QB in league history, trailing only Cam Newton in 2011 (14).
Among NFL QBs with at least 500 pass attempts, Hurts finished 2nd in passer rating (101.5), yards per pass attempt (8.1) and TD/INT ratio (3.7). He also averaged the 3rd-most total yards per game (297.4), trailing only Mahomes (329.9) and Allen (315.3) in that category.
A.J. Brown (career-high 1,496 receiving yards) and DeVonta Smith (career-high 1,196 receiving yards) are the first 1,000+ yard receiving duo in franchise history. Brown and Smith joined Miami’s Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle as the only receiving duo in the NFL to record 1,100+ receiving yards and 7+ TDs each this season.
Brown’s career-high 1,496 receiving yards finished 4th in the league behind Justin Jefferson (1,809), Tyreek Hill (1,710) and Davante Adams (1,516). In his first season with the Eagles, Brown set a single-season franchise record with 1,496 receiving yards, surpassing the previous mark owned by Mike Quick in 1983 (1,409).
Brown also tied for 3rd in the NFL with a career-high-tying 11 receiving TDs (also 2020), behind Davante Adams (14) and Travis Kelce (12). He also averaged 17.0 yards per catch, a figure that ranked 2nd in the league, trailing only Jaylen Waddle (18.1) (min. 50 catches).
DeVonta Smith finished his second NFL season with 95 receptions, which are the most by a WR in Eagles history, eclipsing the previous mark owned by Irving Fryar in 1996 (88).
Miles Sanders finished the regular season as one of three NFL RBs to produce 1,200+ rushing yards (career-high 1,269, 5th in NFL), 11+ rushing TDs (career-high 11) and a 4.5+ rushing average (4.9) this season, joining Josh Jacobs and Nick Chubb. He also became the third Eagles RB to record 1,200+ rushing yards and 10+ rushing TDs in a season, joining Ricky Watters (1995, 1996) and LeSean McCoy (2011).
Jason Kelce, who has started 139 consecutive regular-season games (longest active streak among NFL centers and the 2nd-longest streak ever in Eagles history), was named first-team All-Pro for the fifth time in his career. Since 1970, only three NFL centers have been first-team All-Pro five times: Dermontti Dawson (six), Mike Webster and Kelce. Dawson and Webster are both Pro Football Hall of Famers.
According to Pro Football Focus, Lane Johnson has not allowed a sack since Week 11 of 2020 or a QB hit since Week 7 of 2021.
Despite missing five games due to injury, Dallas Goedert ranked 2nd among all league TEs in yards per reception (12.8), trailing only Jordan Akins (13.4). Goedert also finished 3rd in yards after the catch (420), behind Travis Kelce (648) and Evan Engram (465), as well as 3rd in 20+ yard receptions (11), behind Kelce (19) and George Kittle (12).
Philadelphia finished the 2022 regular season with the No. 2 defense (301.5 ypg) in the NFL. The Eagles ranked 1st in sacks (70), opponent yards per play (4.78) and passing yards allowed per game (179.8). The defense also produced the 3rd-lowest opponent passer rating (81.6) and tied for 4th in both takeaways (27) and INTs (17).
The Eagles set a single-season franchise record with an NFL-leading 70 sacks. Since 1982, when sacks became an official statistic, only the 1984 Bears (72) and 1989 Vikings (71) have totaled more.
Philadelphia is the only NFL team since 1982 to have four different players record 10.0+ sacks in the same season – Haason Reddick (16.0), Brandon Graham (11.0), Javon Hargrave (11.0) and Josh Sweat (11.0).
Haason Reddick tied for the 2nd-most sacks (career-high 16.0) in the NFL, trailing only Nick Bosa (18.5). His 16.0 sacks are tied for the 3rdmost by any NFL player in their first season with a team, trailing only Shaquil Barrett with Tampa Bay in 2019 (19.5) and Bryce Paup with Buffalo in 1995 (17.5). Reddick, who also led the league with 5 strip sacks and 5 FFs (tied), became the first NFL player to produce 1.0+ sacks in three consecutive seasons with three different teams.
At age 34, Brandon Graham registered double-digit sacks (11.0) for the first time in his career. He is the oldest NFL player with 11.0+ sacks since Julius Peppers (age 37) and Terrell Suggs (age 35) in 2017.
Javon Hargrave recorded a career-high 11.0 sacks, which ranks 4th among NFL DTs this season, trailing Chris Jones (15.5), Quinnen Williams (12) and Daron Payne (11.5). Hargrave’s 11.0 sacks are the most by an Eagles DT since Andy Harmon in 1993 (11.5).
T.J. Edwards registered a career-high 159 total tackles, which finished 7th overall in the league. His 159 tackles are the 2nd-most by an Eagle in the last 31 seasons, trailing Byron Evans in 1992 (175).
James Bradberry finished with the 3rd-lowest passer rating allowed in the NFL (55.9) (min. 50 targets) and posted the 3rd-most PDs (17). Bradberry and Darius Slay are the only CB tandem in the league to both produce 14+ PDs and 3+ INTs.
Jake Elliott converted 5-of-5 FGs from 22, 32, 39, 52 and 54 in Week 18 vs. the Giants, setting a new career-high in FGs and recording a career-high-tying 16 points. He became the second player in team history to make two 50+ yard FGs in a game, joining Paul McFadden in 1984.
 
Fun Fact
The Giants are the second oldest franchise in the NFL. They joined the NFL in 1925 when original owner Tim Mara bought the team for $500, the only team older than the Green Bay Packers. The Giants are one of the league’s eight original teams, along with the Steelers, Eagles, Redskins, Lions, Packers, Bears and Cardinals.
 
A Trip through Time
For this week’s Trip through Time, let’s go back and look at the last time these two franchises faced off in the playoffs, which also happened to be a Divisional Round Game in 2008. Coming into the game the Giants were the top seed in the NFC and the defending Super Bowl champions. However, they had stumbled across the finish line of the regular season, losing three of their final four games including one at home to the Eagles. The Eagles finished 9-6-1 and were coming off (coincidentally) a wild card win against the Minnesota Vikings. Ahmad Bradshaw returned the opening kickoff to the Eagle 35-yard line and the Giants finished the drive with a 22-yard John Carney field goal. On the first play of New York's next drive, Asante Samuel came up with another big playoff interception for the Eagles, returning the ball inside the New York 5-yard line. Donovan McNabb stretched the ball over the plane for a touchdown on a quarterback sneak as Philadelphia took a 7–3 lead. New York punter Jeff Feagles pinned the Eagles deep in their own territory early in the second quarter, and the Giants defense forced McNabb into committing an intentional grounding penalty from his own endzone, giving the Giants a safety. Carney missed from 46 yards on the ensuing New York possession, but he was good from 34 yard on the next possession as New York went ahead 8–7. The Eagles' offense finally got on track on their last possession of the half, driving down the field and getting a 25-yard field goal by David Akers to take a 10–8 lead to the locker room. New York defensive lineman Fred Robbins came up with an interception of McNabb early in the third quarter, and New York retook the lead on a field goal. Philadelphia responded with an impressive drive highlighted by McNabb finding slot receiver Jason Avant for a 21-yard gain on 3rd-and-20 and running back Correll Buckhalter for 19 yards on 3rd-and-10. The drive ended in a short field goal and the Eagles led 13–11. Carney missed a 47-yarder on the next drive, and the Eagles capitalized with a 10-play drive capped with a 1-yard touchdown pass to tight end Brent Celek. Early in the fourth quarter, on 4th-and-1 from the Giant 44-yard line, Eli Manning was stuffed on a quarterback sneak. On the next drive, the Eagles defensive line stopped Derrick Ward and Brandon Jacobs on third and fourth down. After the ball turned over on downs, McNabb placed a 48-yard bomb to DeSean Jackson. A field goal followed and the Eagles took a 23–11 lead. Quintin Mikell's interception of Manning essentially ended the game allowing the Eagles to run the clock down to 2:19 and force the Giants to use their final timeout with a comfortable two possession lead. Steve Smith fumbled on the following possession allowing the Eagles to kneel it the rest of the way and advance to the NFC Championship game where they fell to the Cardinals.
 
Draft Picks
Eagles Giants
DT Jordan Davis DE Kevin Thibodeaux
C Cam Jurgens OT Evan Neal
LB Nakobe Dean WR Wan’Dale Robinson
DE Kyron Johnson OG Joshua Ezeudu
TE Grant Calcaterra CB Cordale Flott
- TE Daniel Bellinger
- S Dane Belton
- S Micah McKethan
- LB Darrian Beavers
 
Notable Off-season Additions
Eagles Giants
WR AJ Brown QB Tyrod Taylor
DE Hassan Reddick RB Matt Brieda
CB James Bradberry NT Justin Ellis
RB Trey Sermon C Jon Feliciano
WR Zach Pascal G Mark Glowinski
LB Kyzir White WR Richie James
QB Ian Book DE Jihad Ward
DE Robert Quinn G Ben Bredeson
DT Linval Joseph -
DT Ndamukong Suh -
 
Notable Off-season Departures
Eagles Giants
CB Steven Nelson CB James Bradberry
WR Jalen Reagor P Riley Dixon
WR JJ Arcega-Whiteside TE Kyle Rudolph
OG Brandon Brooks S Logan Ryan
OG Nate Herbig LB Blake Martinez
LB Eric Wilson DB Devontae Booker
LB Davion Taylor DE BJ Hill
S Anthony Davis -
 
Pro Football Focus Matchup Charts courtesy of PFF Edge (join.profootballfocus.com/edge/)
WDB Matchups
 
The More You Know
Evan Neal
Hooboy. Ok, Evan Neal. We’re going to talk about Evan Neal today. Eventually. If I can stop audibly chuckling at the absolute world of hurt Evan’s in for going up against Brandon Graham and Haason Reddick this Saturday evening. Anyone here watch the Week 14 matchup between these teams? How about last week’s Giants game against the Vikings? *Note from management to Giants fans:this is the point where you just cross your eyes like you’re deeply looking into an autostereogram. Go ahead. Call it a mental health timeout as you pre-empt a recurring nightmare between now and the end of the game. Ok, back to it. Let’s dig into the juicy stuff. In the regular season, he was PFF’s 3rd-worst Right Tackle on a pass blocking efficiency basis (per snap basis, weighted toward sacks). Of 45 RTs that had an appreciable number of snaps (20% of the snap count of the player with the most RT snaps this season, or 237 minimum), Evan Neal had a 94.6 pass block efficiency, having allowed 39 total pressures over 453 pass block snaps, 10 QB hits (last), 7 sacks (2nd-worst), and had the 5th lowest pass block grade at the position (47.5). Last week, he allowed the most pressures of the playing RTs (8), 1 sack and 7 hurries, and received the worst pass block grade by far (19.4). Week 14 against us? 20.2 pass block grade, 1 sack, 2 hits, 5 hurries. BG and Reddick combined for 5 sacks and 10 hurries. Reddick did amass the 2nd-most number of pressures on the defensive left side (62), while Graham had the 4th-highest Win Rate % of *all DEs, and PFF gave them the 4th and 5th highest Pass Rush grades for DEs (91.2 for Reddick and 90.5 for BG). They were 1st and 4th in the regular season for sacks (16 and 11). Tune in, it’s going to be good.
 
Matchups to Watch
Eagles Pass Rush vs the Giants OL
The Eagles pass rush led the league with 70 sacks, 7 of which came against the Giants in the week 14 matchup between the teams where the Eagles sacked Jones 4 times and backup Taylor 3 times in a 48-22 rout. The Eagles can create pressure all across the line, evident by the fact the Eagles became the first team to ever have 4 different linemen with 10+ sacks, they also broke the Eagles record for most sacks in a season. Getting pressure on Jones while keeping him contained will be a big key to this game. The Eagles were able to do that pretty well in the week 14 matchup where they got to him 4 times and limited him to just 26 yards on the ground on 4 rushes. A big part of this was the Eagles staying in their rush lanes and not getting too far upfield to give Jones an opportunity to run. If the Eagles can make Jones uncomfortable in the pocket and force him into mistakes it will go a long way in tilting the game in favor of the Eagles
Nick Sirianni and Shane Stiechen vs Themselves
Stiechen and Sirianni and their refusal to run the football the last few weeks of the season were a big reason the Eagles had to play their starters week 18 even if it was a very vanilla game plan against the Giants backups. The Eagles offense is at its best when it is a balanced attack as the running game opens up play-action and makes the RPO more dangerous. In week 15 vs the Bears and their 29th ranked run defense according to DVOA the Eagles refused to run the football to the running backs. Instead opting for Hurts to drop back 40 times and run the football 17 times compared to the 11 times by their Pro Bowl RB and 5 more by the other two running backs, all of this on a freezing cold and windy day in Chicago. The Eagles came away with a win, but lost Hurts to injury for the next two games. Then against the Saints last week and their 23rd ranked run defense, the two thought it was a brilliant idea to not run the ball until the second half and have the backup QB drop back 40 times instead of running the football with Sanders who was averaging 5.1 yards per carry in the game. The last time the offense was called in a balanced manner was week 14 against the Giants where Miles Sanders rushed for 144 yards, Hurts for 77 and Scott for 31 and the 3 combined for 4 rushing TDs. The Eagles also passed 31 times for 217 yards and 2 TDs in the game which the Eagles dominated from start to finish. This is the approach that Sirianni and Stichen need to remember works. They need to keep the offense balanced if they want to advance in the playoffs.
Eagles Passing Attack vs the Giants Pass Defense
Now that I have harped on the importance of running the ball and having a good game plan and balanced attack, the Eagles should certainly still throw the football. The Eagles have one of the best WRs duos in the league in Brown and Smith who both went over 1000 yards this season and the two 2692 yards and 18 TDs. The two both have big play ability to take it to the house on every possession and if you look at the WCB matchups in the earlier section, the Eagles have a big advantage over the Giants CBs. The two combined for 134 yards and 2 TDs in that game on the road to the Eagles most lopsided victory this season. The Eagles will also have Dallas Goedert this game who was missing in the week 14 matchup with a shoulder injury. If the Eagles can get the passing game humming with the rushing attack it could lead to some quick scoring drives that get the Eagles out ahead and force the Giants to play from behind. Playing from behind is not what the Giants want to do because their offense functions best when they are balanced and get Barkley going on the ground, but that offense is hard to run when you are down multiple scores. Look for the Eagles to look for some chunk plays early to get out in front.
Giants Rushing Attack vs the Eagles Run Defense
Much has been made about the Eagles and their rush defense throughout the season, though the run defense has been much improved since the Eagles added veterans Linval Joseph and Ndamukong Suh to the rotation and got rookie Jordan Davis back from injury. The Eagles will need to replicate what they did in the first matchup between these teams where they held Barkley to 28 yards on 9 carries and Jones to 26 yards on 4. The Eagles run defense needs to limit the Giants running attack on first and second down and force them into third and long which is somewhere they do not want to be with their 26th ranked pass defense. This is something the Eagles did quite well in week 14 where they forced the Giants into 3rd and 6+ yards on their first 4 possessions all of which ended in punts. If the Eagles can do the same and make the Giants one dimensional, it will be a key to the game as the Giants WRs will have a tough time getting open against the Eagles secondary especially with the pass rush the Eagles can generate with just 4 rushers.
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2023.01.17 17:44 longbeachlocale 🚨 City Council Meeting • January 17, 2023 • 5:00 PM 🚨

🗓 DateJanuary 17, 2023 @ 5PM
🗺 LocationLong Beach Civic Center411 W. Ocean Boulevard
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Agenda Item

1. CC - Damage Claims - Recommendation to refer to City Attorney damage claims received between December 30, 2022 and January 9, 2023.
3. FM - Contract w/International Coatings Co for as-needed traffic paint - Recommendation to adopt Specifications No. ITB CE-22-097 and award a contract to International Coatings Company, Inc., of Cerritos, CA, for furnishing and delivering as-needed traffic paint, in an annual amount not to exceed $215,000, with a 20 percent contingency in the amount of $43,000, for a total annual contract amount not to exceed $258,000 for a period of one year, with the option to renew for four additional one-year periods, at the discretion of the City Manager; and, authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all documents necessary to enter into the contract, including any necessary subsequent amendments. (Citywide)
5. DHHS - Agrmnts w/NACCHO for COVID-19 Local Preparedness - Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute an agreement, and all necessary documents, including subsequent amendments and amendments to the award amount, with the National Association County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) to receive and expend grant funding in the amount of $250,000 to support the Medical Reserve Corps (MRC), to participate in the Addressing Needs of People with Disabilities in COVID-19 Local Preparedness Planning, Mitigation and Recovery Efforts - Part 2 grant program, and to participate in the Vaccine Hesitancy project, for the period of December 1, 2022 through December 31, 2023; and Increase appropriations in the Health Fund Group in the Health and Human Services Department by $250,000, offset by grant revenue. (Citywide)
16. CD6 - LB Cultural Vision Plan - Recommendation to request City Manager to investigate the feasibility of developing a Long Beach Cultural Vision Plan that can serve as a guide in the City’s investments in its diverse population, and report back to the City Council in 90 days.
18. ED - Long Beach Guaranteed Income Pilot Program - Recommendation to adopt Specifications No. RFP ED22-154 and award a contract to California State University, Long Beach Research Foundation, of Long Beach, CA, to research and evaluate the Long Beach Guaranteed Income Pilot Program, in a total amount not to exceed $450,000 for a period of eighteen (18) months, with the option to renew for one year if additional funding is secured, at the discretion of the City Manager; and, authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all documents necessary to enter into the contract, including any necessary subsequent amendments. (Citywide)
20. FD - Public Provider Ground Emergency Medical Transportation Intergovernmental Transfer Program - Recommendation to receive and file an update on the Public Provider Ground Emergency Medical Transportation Intergovernmental Transfer Program administered by the State Department of Health Care Services. (Citywide)

Contract

4. FM - Contract w/HdL Companies for transaction and use tax consultant svcs - Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all documents necessary to amend Contract No. 35162 with Hinderliter, de Llamas & Associates dba HdL Companies, of Diamond Bar, CA, for sales, use, and transaction and use tax auditing, projection, recovery, and consultant services, to increase the contract amount by $35,000, for a revised total contract amount not to exceed $385,000, and extend the term of the contract to July 31, 2023. (Citywide)
6. DHHS - Administration and expansion of the Black Infant Health Program - Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all necessary documents and any subsequent amendments, including amending the award amount, with the California Department of Public Health, to accept and expend the State General Fund (SGH) Black Infant Health Expansion Plan in the amount of $619,484 for the administration and expansion of the Black Infant Health Program, for the period of July 1, 2022 through June 30, 2023, with the option to renew for three additional one-year periods, at the discretion of the City Manager; and Increase appropriations in the Health Fund Group in the Health and Human Services Department by $619,484, offset by grant revenue. (Citywide)
7. DHHS - California Home Visiting Program (CHVP) - Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all necessary documents and any subsequent amendments, including amending the award amount, with the California Department of Public Health, to accept and expend grant funding in the amount of $528,530 for administration and expansion of the California Home Visiting Program (CHVP), for the period of July 1, 2022 through June 30, 2023, with the option to extend the agreement for three additional one-year periods, at the discretion of the City Manager; and Increase appropriations in the Health Fund Group in the Health and Human Services Department by $49,313, offset by grant revenue. (Citywide)
8. DHHS - County-Based Medi-Cal Administrative Activities - Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute a revised agreement to replace Contract No. 20-10011 with the State of California Department of Health Care Services for the continued participation in the County-Based Med-Cal Administrative Activities, to continue in full force and effect until terminated by either party, for an annual revenue not to exceed $500,000. (Citywide)
9. PRM - U.S. Soccer Fdn for resurfacing of two futsal courts at DeForest Park - Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to accept grant credit from the U.S. Soccer Foundation, in an amount not to exceed $85,000, to be used for the resurfacing of two futsal courts at DeForest Park; and, execute the grant agreement and any documents necessary for the administration of the project. (District 9)
10. PW - 2nd St. Bridge over Marine Stadium Rehabilitation D3 - Recommendation to adopt Specifications No. RFP PW22-033 and award a contract to Kleinfelder, Inc., of San Diego, CA, for Professional Engineering Services for the 2nd Street Bridge over the Marine Stadium Rehabilitation Project, in an amount not to exceed $550,191, for a period of two years, with the option to renew for three additional one-year periods, at the discretion of the City Manager; and, authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all documents necessary to enter into the contract, including any necessary subsequent amendments. (District 3)
11. PW - Harbor Department grant reimbursement revenues-solar panels at Expo D5 - Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute a grant agreement, and any necessary documents including any amendments, with the Port of Long Beach (POLB) through the Community Grants Program, to accept and expend grant funding in an amount not to exceed $121,084, to be used to install solar panels at the Expo Center at 4321 Atlantic Avenue (Project), and execute any documents necessary for the administration of the Project; Increase appropriations in the Capital Projects Fund Group in the Public Works Department by $121,084, offset by POLB grant reimbursement revenues; and Increase appropriations in the Capital Projects Fund Group in the Public Works Department by $121,084 for a technical appropriation to allow for the transfer of POLB funds from the Capital Projects Grants Fund. (District 5)
12. TI - Homeboy Electronic Recycling contract extension - Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all documents necessary to amend Contract No. 34903 with Homeboy Recycling, a California social purpose corporation, dba Homeboy Electronics Recycling, of Los Angeles, CA, to provide transportation and disposal services of electronic waste, and extend the term of the contract to March 31, 2023. (Citywide)
17. ED - Downtown PBIA D12 - Recommendation to approve the Downtown Long Beach Parking and Business Improvement Area Annual Report continuing the annual business license assessment for the period of October 1, 2022, through September 30, 2023; and, authorize City Manager, or designee, to extend the agreement with the Downtown Long Beach Alliance for a one-year term. (Districts 1,2)
19. ER - Amend the SERRF Operations and Maintenance Agreement - Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all documents necessary to amend the Southeast Resource Recovery Facility (SERRF) Operations and Maintenance Agreement No. 23336 (Agreement) with Covanta Long Beach Renewable Energy Corporation (Covanta), of Long Beach, CA, to adjust the commercial structure such that Covanta will take responsibility for all SERRF revenues and expenses for a contract period beginning February 1, 2023, until the end of the existing contract term of June 30, 2024. (Citywide)
21. DHHS - Contracts for intensive case management svcs - Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute contracts, and any necessary documents including subgrants or subsequent amendments, with Family Promise of the South Bay, of Torrance, CA; Illumination Foundation, of Orange, CA; Mental Health America of Los Angeles, of Long Beach, CA; and People Assisting the Homeless of Los Angeles, CA, to provide intensive case management services for individuals and families who are matched with Emergency Housing Vouchers through the Long Beach Coordinated Entry System, in a total annual aggregate amount not to exceed $1,933,360 for a period of one year, with the option to renew for one additional one-year period, at the discretion of the City Manager. (Citywide)
22. DHHS - Agrmnt w/CDC for enhancing public health workforce and infrastructure - Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all necessary documents and any subsequent amendments, including any amendments to the award amount, with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), to accept and expend funding in an amount not to exceed $6,719,638, for enhancing the public health workforce and infrastructure, for the period of December 1, 2022 through November 30, 2027; and Increase appropriations in the Health Fund Group in the Health and Human Services Department by $6,719,638, offset by grant revenue. (Citywide)
24. LBA - LAZ Karp Associates for parking management services at LGB D45 - Recommendation to adopt Specifications No. RFP AP22-131 and award a contract to LAZ Karp Associates, LLC, of Hartford, CT, for parking operations and management services at Long Beach Airport, in the amount of $2,908,837, authorize a 20 percent contingency in the amount of $581,767, authorize an additional contingency in the amount of $554,488 for the procurement of a Parking Access Revenue Control System and wayfinding system, for a total contract amount not to exceed $4,045,092 for a period of two years, with the option to renew for three additional one-year periods, at the discretion of the City Manager; and, authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all documents necessary to enter into the contract, including any necessary subsequent amendments; Authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all documents necessary to amend Contract No. 34491 with ABM Aviation, Inc., formerly ABM Parking Services, Inc., of Los Angeles, CA, to continue providing airport parking operations and management services until the Long Beach Airport transitions to a parking new contract, to incr
26. PW - LBMUST Project – Engineering and architectural svcs - Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all documents necessary to amend Agreement No. 34906 with Gillis & Panichapan Architects, Inc., of Costa Mesa, CA; Agreement No. 34907 with HDR Engineering, Inc., of Long Beach, CA; and Agreement No. 34908 with Stantec Consulting Services Inc., of Irvine, CA, for on-call professional engineering and architectural services for the Long Beach Municipal Urban Stormwater Treatment (LB-MUST) Project, to increase the aggregate amount by $3,000,000, for a revised total aggregate amount not to exceed $10,300,000, extend the contract terms for an additional three-year period, with the option to renew for two additional one-year periods, and any necessary subsequent amendments, at the discretion of the City Manager. (District 1)
27. PW - Plans/Specs for I-605 Soundwall Project D4 - Recommendation to adopt Plans and Specifications No. R-7171 and award a contract to Powell Constructors Inc., of Fontana, CA, for the I-605 Soundwall Project, in an amount of $2,073,095, authorize a 15 percent contingency in the amount of $310,964, for a total contract amount not to exceed $2,384,059; and, authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all documents necessary to enter into the contract, including any necessary amendments; Increase appropriations in the Capital Projects Fund Group in the Public Works Department by $1,300,000, offset by Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority Measure R Highway Sub-Regional Program Grant funds (MR315.60); Increase appropriations in the Capital Projects Fund Group in the Public Works Department by $1,300,000, offset by transfer of the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority Measure R Highway Sub-Regional Program Grant funds from the Capital Grant Fund; and Accept Categorical Exemption No. CE-20-017. (District 4)

Emergency Ordinance

29. CA - Emerg Ord Local Emerg Homeless - Recommendation to declare ordinance amending the Long Beach Municipal Code by adding Chapters 18.100, 21.69, and 22.35, to temporarily suspend certain provisions of Titles 18, 21 and 22 during the proclaimed local emergency caused by homelessness, declaring the urgency thereof; read and adopted as read. (Citywide) (Emergency Ordinance No. ORD-23-0001)

Ordinance

28. CA - Parklets Ordinance - Recommendation to declare ordinance amending the Long Beach Municipal Code by amending Sections 14.15.020, 14.15.030, 14.15.100, 14.15.110, all relating to parklets, read and adopted as read. (Citywide)

Public Hearing

15. FM - Ubuntu Cafe Entertainment Permit D3 - Recommendation to receive supporting documentation into the record, conclude the public hearing, and grant an Entertainment Permit with conditions for Entertainment without Dancing to GreenTable Hospitality, Inc., dba Ubuntu Café, at 335 Nieto Avenue. (District 3)

Resolution

2. CM - LBRA Promotora/Community Health Champions - Recommendation to adopt Specifications No. RFP HE-22-099 and award a contract to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Los Angeles, Inc., of Los Angeles, CA, to facilitate the City of Long Beach (City) Employees Youth Mentorship Program connecting middle school students with City employees, in a total amount not to exceed $200,000, for a period of one year, with the option to renew for two additional one-year periods, at the discretion of the City Manager; and authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all documents necessary to enter into the contract, including any necessary subsequent amendments; Adopt resolution authorizing City Manager, or designee, to execute a contract, and any necessary documents including any necessary subsequent amendments, with TouchPhrase Development, LLC, dba Julota, of Colorado Springs, CO, for development and maintenance of a case management and coordinated care technology platform designed for use in crisis community care, in an annual amount not to exceed $75,000 for a period of one year, with the option to renew for three additional one-year p
13. DS - 2600 California Ave – Change Designation D5 - Recommendation to receive supporting documentation into the record, conclude the public hearing, and find that the Project is exempt from further environmental review and affirm the Planning Commission’s determination (Categorical exemption CE 21-156); and, find that the project is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to Sections 15303 (Class 3 - New Construction or Conversion of Small Structures); and Adopt resolution approving a General Plan Amendment (GPA21-004) to change the Land Use Element PlaceType designation of 2600 California Avenue from Open Space (OS) to Neo-Industrial (NI). (District 5)
14. ED - Fourth St. PBIA D2 - Recommendation to receive supporting documentation into the record, conclude the public hearing, and adopt resolution continuing the Fourth Street Parking and Business Improvement Area assessment levy for the period of October 1, 2022, through September 30, 2023; and, authorize City Manager, or designee, to extend the agreement with the Fourth Street Business Improvement Association for a one-year term. (District 2)
23. HR - Francine Wiegelman-FM - Exception to 180 day wait period - Recommendation to adopt resolution approving an exception to the 180-day waiting period for Public Agencies pursuant to Government Code 7522.56 and 21224, to hire Ms. Francine S. Wiegelman for a limited duration to work in the Financial Management Department. (Citywide)
25. PRM - Capital improvements at various parks D49 - Recommendation to adopt resolution authorizing City Manager, or designee, to execute any necessary documents including subsequent amendments, to accept grant funds from the California Department of Parks and Recreation (California State Parks) in an amount not to exceed $15,400,000, for capital improvements at El Dorado East Regional, El Dorado Park West, Houghton, and Stearns Parks. (Districts 4,9)
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