Post all of Long Beach's City Government finances on the Web every day in the form of an online checkbook register, so we can end waste, fraud, duplication of services, and corruption. Instead, we will have full fiscal transparency and thwart the kind of fiscal improprieties that happened in the City of Bell with its City Manager, Mayor, Council et. al., and in California's Centinela Valley, where the school superintendent paid himself more than $650,000 in total salary and compensation last year.
Stockton and San Bernardino went bankrupt. Long Beach too has a propensity to be fiscally mismanaged. If elected, I will first post to the Web all finances of the Mayor's office and each city department thereafter.
This would help us all see where all the money is spent and spend it more responsibly.