The planning commission meeting tomorrow night has a two-item agenda: an inclusionary housing ordinance and The Villages at The Alhambra. Those who wish to comment on either item must email a request to the city before 4:30 p.m. on Monday.
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AUSD finished the first week of school on Friday. The district is gathering resources for families and beginning a series of "community conversations" to listen to and address concerns from the community.
The Asian Pacific Islander Forward Movement non-profit partnered with Alhambra Source to create Census 101 videos in Mandarin, Cantonese, Vietnamese, Spanish and English. The deadline to fill out the 2020 Census is September 30.
“From the Heart of a Seventh-Grader”: Connecting the 2020 Census to Technology and Educational Resources
Martha Baldwin 8th Grader Michelle Zhang is the 3rd Place winner of the 6th-8th Grade category in the Alhambra Source 2020 Census Storytelling Contest. This is the second to last story of the series.
Alhambra City Council took no position on prop 15, which would change the basis of commercial property taxes if passed in November.
The 2020 census end date is Sept. 30. Census workers will be knocking on the doors of the addresses from which they did not receive a response. Until the next count in 2030, the mandatory population count determines how much money is distributed to the community.
“Participating in the Census is the First Step to Better Representation for Minorities in the U.S.” by Repetto 8th Grader Kaitlyn Cao
Repetto 8th Grader Kaitlyn Cao is the 2nd Place winner of the 6th-8th Grade category in the Alhambra Source 2020 Census Storytelling Contest.
AUSD Board of Ed heard the health and safety plans for the fall. Even though the semester begins Aug. 12 with distance learning, the district is preparing for when students do have to return to the classroom.
Alhambra's planning commission approved the Marguerita/Curtis avenues development project with tenant protections.