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Midwick Development to be voted on by Planning Commission January 20th.

The rescheduled meeting on the Midwick project will be on Tuesday, January 20th at 7 PM in council chambes. Alhambra Planning Commission will vote on recommendations to approve the 70 unit development in the Midwick neighborhood.  

City Ventures, the current owner, has asked the city to approve a Specific Plan authorizing rezoning for the gated development. The controversial development has been opposed by Preserve Midwick, a local group of residents opposed to the project. 

The Planning Commission will vote on rezoning a mixed residential part of the Midwick neighborhood to R-3 for incorporation into the planned gated community.

Coalition groups Grassroots Alhambra, Preserve Midwick and the Alhambra Preservation Group will have speakers to address the Planning Commissioners.  

Residents opposing or supporting the project are encouraged to come and voice your views.

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  1. http://www.pasadenastarnews.com/government-and-politics/20150121/alhambr…

    It's a travesty how the commission didn't give good reasons for doing this, just didn't listen to its residents – not one single person spoke in favor of this project, except the developer. The one woman who said she's an urbanite was referring to Main street, NOT south of the 10 fwy on Fremont!