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Community Input Meeting re City Ventures' Proposed Project in Midwick Tract


Conference Room, Alhambra Civic Library

First Street
Alhambra , CA 91801 United States

Please join us for the next Community Input Meeting regarding City Ventures’ proposed project to build 93 units in the Midwick Tract:

Meeting Date: Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Time: 6:00 p.m.

Location: Community Conference Room of the Alhambra Civic Library located at 101 S. First Street.

Purpose:  This is a follow up to the meeting that took place this past October when City Ventures presented its conceptual plan to build 93 for sale housing units at 2400 S. Fremont (the site of the former retirement community).  Many residents have voiced their concerns over the size and scope of City Ventures’ proposed project.  In light of those concerns, City Ventures has now re-tooled their conceptual plan and will present their new plan at this January 17th meeting.  Please join us next Tuesday and continue to make your voices heard in order to protect the beauty of the Midwick and Granada tracts.  For more information, please call Elizabeth Salinas at (626) 458-6487.

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