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Alhambra City Council meeting agenda for Monday, April 23

The Alhambra City Council will meet tonight at 7pm. City officials will recognize outgoing Board and Commission members for their dedicated service to the City of Alhambra, as well as the 100 year anniversary of the Girl Scouts of America.

Items on the consent agenda include a request for proposals regarding the Midwick Tract Street Improvement Project.

Read the complete agenda below. You can also download the document or make it larger using the controls on the bottom.

Agenda for Monday, April 23

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4 thoughts on “Alhambra City Council meeting agenda for Monday, April 23”

  1. I didn't know there was a meeting last night, since it was outside of their bi-weekly schedule. How can we get city council to outreach to Alhambra residents about meetings? It would be great if someone from the city would post them in the events section on Alhambra Source's landing page

    1. Why don’t you go to the Alhambra city website?

      There are many information you can find. Don’t just rely on one source…

  2. Almost wish I’d gone so I could laugh out loud at the irony of closing the recycling facilities in the city on the same week as Earth Day.

  3. Thank you for posting this! We need more information about the business of the government and it’s nice to have your site sharing it.