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Also, a climate that allows for year-round gardening. Cambodians were able to grow the fruits, vegetables, and herbs they were accustomed to. An established Asian population with restaurants and markets providing many of the foods and services Cambodians enjoyed. A multitude of inexpensive housing Many entry level jobs in local industry and at the port. The Cambodian population experienced a sharp surge in the 80s and 90s and many established successful businesses in Central Long Beach. After extensive debate and several public comments, the City Council voted to designate the stretch of Anaheim Street between Junipero Avenue and Atlantic Boulevard as "Cambodia Town" on July 3, 2007. Some community members argued against official designation for fear that it could amplify the Cambodian-Latino rivalry in the area. Cambodian community activists began working to obtain Long Beach city council approval to officially designate the Anaheim Street corridor as "Cambodia Town." On October 25, 2006, the city council approved a 90-day review period to allow more discussion within the community. 2001 2006 2007