The Planning Commission, at a special meeting, deadlocked 5-5 on the issue, which means the applicant retains the permits while the Sikhs still battle eviction.
In starting the process, the council wrestled with the percentage of affordable units for any development in an effort to satisfy oversight and maintain Alhambra's ability to control its own housing destiny.
The Alhambra Source went to the San Gabriel Lunar New Year Festival 2020 on Saturday. Attendees were dressed up, in good spirits and few masks could be seen. Alhambra's festival was postponed by organizers over fears of low turnout due to coronavirus concerns.
In “My Mother at 13: A Vendor in El Salvador,” a Garfield Elementary Student Introduces Her Mother to the World
Next up in the Alhambra Source Storytelling Competition, Garfield Elementary 8th Grader Allison Gonzalez details why her mother is hardworking, intelligent, and brave.
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Still No Coronavirus in SGV: AUSD Sticking With Health Facts as Petition Emerges Urging Suspension of Classes
A change.org petition has 14,000 unverified signatures but with no coronavirus cases in the SGV, AUSD is working with public health departments and using public health guidelines in monitoring the situation.
Three new cases were diagnosed in California over the last weekend. So far, all cases in the United States have travel ties to or near the epicenter of the outbreak. There are still no cases In the SVG, but hotels say fears have led to reservation cancellations.
Four classrooms were damaged in the fire in the A Building at Alhambra High School. Teacher Jayson Pineda reflects on revival and renewal in the face of loss.
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The coronavirus has the world's attention but the far greater threat is the flu.
Coronavirus is Not in the San Gabriel Valley. The Flu is a Bigger Threat to Families This Lunar New Year.
Despite the fact the Alhambra Lunar New Year festival has been postponed, there are no reported cases of the coronavirus in the San Gabriel Valley.
Cassidy Chew thinks being an architect will allow her to draw and make buildings look cool. We will publish the rest of the winners of the Alhambra Source Storytelling Contest each Thursday over the next two weeks.