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Long Beach, California – The local chain of popular restaurant restaurants in Long Beach has announced that it is closing all of its restaurants, but that the local restaurant community is not entirely happy about the move.

The Long Beach Restaurant Association has already expressed its displeasure on Facebook and has started a petition to stop the closures.

The Long Beach Restaurants Association, the Long Beach Chamber of Commerce and Long Beach Independent Association are calling for the restaurant industry to stay open and for the city to do something about the problems plaguing Long Beach.

The restaurants are also seeking additional public funding to fund improvements to their establishments.

The petition on states that the Long Bay Restaurants and the Long Island Restaurant Association have been working together for years on this issue, but now that the industry is shutting down, they are unable to come together.

The association says it is committed to making Long Beach a more livable place for people of all income levels, including its members who are immigrants.

“It is an unfortunate situation, but it is also a good opportunity for the industry to grow and expand in Long Island,” the petition states.

“The Long Island restaurants will remain open in their current locations as long as they are not forced to move.”

There have been numerous complaints over the last few years about food safety and food quality at restaurants across the city.

A Long Beach City Council committee heard a report on the issue from the Long Islanders who said that many of their favorite restaurants in the city were being closed down due to unsafe food handling, and that the food was being served at an unhealthy level.

The city council also heard from Long Beach residents who said they are unhappy that there were not enough staff and vendors in their restaurants.

The city also reported that some restaurants had to close because they could not meet food safety requirements.

The restaurants in question were the following: The Bier and the Diner, Cafe and the Kitchen, The Cantina and the Bistro, The Corner Bar and the Cafeteria, and The Cafe.

It is unclear whether or not the restaurants will reopen at some point in the future, but the Long Barbecue Company has promised to keep its restaurants open and that its staff will continue to work with the Long Beaches Restaurant Association to find new locations.

In addition to the petition, there are several community organizations who are trying to help with the closure.

The Biscuit Company of Long Beach is holding a fundraiser on Saturday to help fund a new food truck in Longbeach.

The fundraising event will be held at the Longbeaches Food Truck in downtown Long Beach at the corner of W. Washington Street and E. Main Street.

More to come.