" M.1INDEKNDENT.JAM) i PDCCC.TCICftCAM ltU\ lÂ«n em*. Cllll.. Fri., Jin. It, IV) Profiles 3 council hopei Shadeway no longer The city is trimming the sycamores along Shaclcway Road and Turnergrove Street in Lakcwood, and the residents are happy about it, though it gives the lie to their address. "The trees are growing so big they are taking over everything," says Mrs. Betty Lively of 4563 Shadeway. Dave Mills, director of community services, promises the trees will start sprouting new greenery soon. -Staff Photo by HAL LOWE Hearing on L.B. growth problems set Feb. 13 By DON BRACKENBURY Staff Writer A public hearing on a report of the Long Beach Planning Department on city population and growth has been set for Thursday, Feb. 13. at 9 a.m. by the Planning Commission. Action by the commission following the hearing would establish a "policy position," which would be submitted lo the City Council for its approval or modification, according to P l a n n i n g Director Ernest Mayer Jr. Once both the commission and the council have acted on the report, it will be u?ed as the basis for drafting the population element of the city's general plan, Mayer said. The report, first made public last October, recommends that the city adopt a policy of "moderate encouragement of growth," with a target population of -100.0(10. The 1070 population, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, was 361.321. Ellis K. "Bud" Crow, principal planner on the city staff, told the commission the population clement is not one required by state law for city or county general plans but is optional. Mayer said that copies of the staff report were distributed to various community organizations about a month ago. In" recommending that the public hearing be held Feb. 13, .Mayer said this was the earliest date possible under administrative procedures. He said the element should be adopted before Kennard, Delahousie and Gault, urban planning consultants, get far into their study and preparation of a housing element for the plan. Three more Second District aspirants to Long Beach City Council in the M a r c h 18 primary election have submitted personal and pliufutm information. They are Sharon Shen. 38, of 2618 E. First St.; Wallace E. Edgerton, 41, of 33-1 Gladys Ave., No. 205, a n d - M a r i l y n J. Fuller, 26, of 1091 Stanley Ave. - S H A R O N S H E N stressed preservation of the E a s t Long Beach a r e a ' s "unique e n v i r o n - m e n t " and charged a general unresponsiveness on the current council as she opened her campaign. Noting areas of district concern, she said Bluff Park area residents have petitioned for revision of t h e R - 5 , high-rise zone a l o n g Ocean Boulevard a n d o p p p s e d variances granted to new high-rise developments. For years, she said, atlenfion has been drawn to the need f o r r e p l a c i n g t h e o l d wooden stairs leading to the beaches and within recent years small children have died in a bluff cave- in. She said erosion control is urgently needed. She mentioned community concern about the spillover of commuter t r a f f i c o n t o residential streets due to intensive devclop- . men! along the shoreline. Mrs. Shen said she is for a growth policy which provides economic opportunities while preserving open space and the quality of existing neighborhoods. She is a member of the Sierra Club's coastal task force and was area coordinator for the Seashore Environmental A l l i a n c e petition drive to establish a strategic oil reserve off S o u t h e r n C a l i f o r n i a beaches. She said her efforts before the California C o a s t a l Commission resulted in the dedication of a 50-acre park in Pacific Terrace. After successfully working to stop further high-rise development on Ocean Boulevard she said she helped to start Beach Area Concerned Citizens. She also organized a comm u n i t y w o r k s h o p t o explain implementation of the then-new Coastal Zone Conservation Act. From experience with community organizations M r s . Shen has determined, s h e s a i d , t h a t "good community leaders h i p depends upon effective communication and sensitivity to people" and "it is extremely i m p o r - tant not to force solutions upon others." She holds a psychology degree f r o m California State University Los Angeles and has done graduate work in psychology at USC. She is married to Dr. K.Y. Shen, professor of physics at Long Beach S t a l e University. They have been married nine years and have two children. The candidate has lived in Long Beach since 1963 and in the district since 1969. - W A L L A C E E. EDGERTON, a teacher of g o v e r n m e n t a t L o n g Beach State, stressed that government and administration is his profession, not just a sideline. "My involvement as an instructor in government w i t h our university in Long Beach plus my recent involvement both as a congressional candidate a n d working w i t h t h e campaigns for our national a n d s t a t e representatives for Long Beach pro- v i d e a v a l u a b l e background," E d g e r t o n said. ""My many years as an instructor of both government and business, both here and abroad achieve the background necessary for being more effective in getting business back to Long Beach--for more jobs and the healthy tax b a s e to s u p p o r t good education, and dignity for our senior citizens, one of the tools necessary for making L o n g B e a c h a safer and cleaner place to live. "Long Beach is a good city but it can be a lot better. We need change. The present councilman in (he Second District has ... the area s most trusted name in home entertainment and appliances. 19"(diag. meas.) VIDEOMATIC COLOR PORTABLE Majnavex solid state 19 (diag. rrteas) Videemalic Color Portable features Precision In-tine Tube System lor bright sharp pictures in any light. Remote controls include volume, channel selector. cfi.'cn. Model 4367 CONSOLE STEREO WITH 8-TRACK j.cnavjx ccns:-''v stereo feature:. Auto ftead Chanfvi. Stereo r M A" radio, in S Tra;-. iape Ftjyer. and 2 Air Sus For prompt lervtc*. coll: 101 Angeltt Oronge County 77! 5591 or 973 ' 3 7 3 (714) 776 9490. Credit Terms Available. We accept BankAmericard and Master Charge. 8 BIG LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU! IDS ANGELES 6UENAPARK 5345CRENSHAW8L 8550 BEACH BLVD 2 9 5 4 3 6 ? 014)8256920 L5KEWOOO CENTER 4949 GRAYWOOO AVE 5318670 TORRANCE 23030 HAWTHORNE BL. 3)68368 ANAHEIM 916 S.EUCLID ()14l635-5)64 INGLEWOOD SPPLIANCE CENTER 9 7 9 S O . L A B R E A b/l HAWTHORNE LAWNOALE 15442 HAWTHORNE BL. 6760111 WEST LOS ANGELES 11531 SANTA MONICA BL 4)71581 SAT. 10-6 Â· SUN. 1-5 OPtN WEEKDAYS 10-9 SHARON SHEN been there far, far too long, and the other candidates in that race do not have the kind of qualifications that our taxpaying citizens deserve. "Long Beach taxpayers s h o u l d get professional help for their money, and that .is one of the reasons I want to serve my community, because I c a n give them more; and that means everyone, Republic a n s , D e m o c r a t s a n d Independents." Edgerton was born in Los Angeles. He has an A.A. from Compton J u n - ior College, a B.A. and M.A. in political science from USC and a master's in public administration. He has been a University of Maryland teacher in g o v e r n m e n t , p u b l i c administration and business administration and has been an investment c o u n s e l o r , c o m p u t e r representative and medical representative. He has a daughter attending Wilson High School. -MARILYN FULLER is a substitute teacher for junior and senior h i g h schools, a regular adult education teacher for the Bellflower Unified School District and a master's degree candidate in political science at Long Beach State. Major reason for her i II W. E. EDGERTON candidacy, she said, is "the l a c k of responsiveness and accessibility of the present councilman; it took me three and a half months after repeated requests to talk to my councilman." She is for monthly night c o u n c i l m e e t i n g s a n d regular office hours, regu- l a r constituent communication and would amend the C i t y Charter to re- q u i r e district residence after election. Â· Miss Fuller's objectives i n c l u d e preserving t h e quality of l i f e ; use of federal monies to expand job training programs; p o p u l a t i o n stabilization p r o v i d i n g e c o n o m i c opportunities w h i l e cons e r v i n g open s p a c e ; multipurpose use of the MARILYN FULLER harbor while preserving the quality of water; dial-_, a-ride and otherwise im-Â£' proved transportation; ex-' panded medical and dental services especially to l o w - i n c o m e people, "schoolchildren and elder- " ly; better chil.d-care programs; expanded uses of tidelands oil revenue; exp a n d e d s e n i o r citizen p r o g r a m s a n d m a i n t e n a n c e of a low-profile ' airport to decrease noise pollution. "I feel I have the time, ' energy a n d concern as Â· . w e l l as background to p r o v i d e a catalyst for Â·. greater p u b l i c participation and a more realistic input and representation Â· of the peoples' desires and ' needs," Miss Fuller said. '--Bob Houser ' Wliat's the siren? T h e f o l l o w i n g emergency calls were answered by the Long Beach police and fire departments during the 2-1 hours t n d i n g at .S p . m . Thursday: WEDNESDAY 8:12 p.m.. first aid, 546 Pine Ave.: 9:30 p.m., first aid, 240 E. Broadway: 9 : 5 0 p.m., trash fire. San" Diego Freeway and Cherry Avenue: 1 0 : 4 8 p.m.. building fire. 4400 E. Ocean Blvd Â· 11:'4Rp.m.. first aid, 1S02 W. Willard St. THURSDAY 5:38 a'.nv. first aid, 1263 E. . Ocean Blvd.: 6:22 a . m . . first aid, 1741 Cedar Ave.: 7:3l'a.m..- first a i d . Spring Street and A t l a n t i c Avenue: 8:38 a.m., injury traffic! 20lh Street and Chestnut Avenue; 9 : 2 4 a.m.. noninjury traffic, H i l l Street and A t l a n t i c Avenue. 1 1 : 5 6 a . m . , injury t r a f f i c Willow Street and Clark Ave ' n u e : 12:07 p.m., injury t r a f f i c Fifth Street and Elm Avenue 12-1.3 p . m . noninjury t r a f f i c 710 W. 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