WITH SO MUCH DRAMA IN THE LBC, HOW DOES A LOCAL LIFER STAY UPBEAT?By Greater Long Beach
[CLICK HERE] to listen to Uduak Ntuk’s appearance on the Aug. 30, 2012, episode of Greater Long Beach Radio with Dave Wielenga.
At times like these—when Long Beach’s shorter-and-shortercomings have been itemized again by city officials who have subjected the budget to its annual blood-letting—what is the perspective of somebody whose stake in the city is no less than a lifetime?
Ntuk, 33, was born, raised, educated, still lives, currently works for and is engaged to be married in the City of Long Beach, and he just got back from Charlotte, where he represented his hometown as a delegate to the Democratic National Convention.
Although Ntuk obviously loves his hometown … well … let’s just say he doesn’t need any help counting the ways it’s become a hot mess—or coming up with ways to make things better.
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