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Long Beach sets beach schedule for summer

A leisurely day for Long Beach residents can

A leisurely day for Long Beach residents can often mean kicking back with a kite and some sand. (June 21, 2011) (Credit: T.C. McCarthy)

Long Beach has set its beach season schedule for this summer.

The city, which sets a schedule for its two miles of Atlantic Ocean beachfront every year, approved the 2013 schedule Tuesday night.

The beach will be open May 25-27, June 1-2, June 8-9, June 15-16, and June 22 to Sept. 2, the City Council decided.

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The city is holding the line on beach pass prices this year, city officials said. The price of passes was raised a year ago.

Resident family plans cost $60 for the season. Nonresident families pay $120.

The city’s beach pass for resident individuals is $40 and nonresident individuals is $80.

The economy plan, which allows 10 admissions to the beach during the season, is $80.
The beach day pass is $12.

Passes went on sale Monday at the gazebo across from the entrance to Long Beach Ice Arena at 150 West Bay Dr.


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