Most deaths in Pasadena occurred among residents of skilled nursing homes; throughout L.A. County, 48% of the deaths have been residents of similar facilities.
With just over a month left in the academic year, the guidelines are important in setting parameters for advancement in all grades, and to ensure students are not penalized for the pandemic-induced distance learning.
The testing program for the city's residents will run from May 4 to May 29 at a site on second street across from Alhambra High School.
Some $300,000 in CDBG-CV funds will be distributed to 200 qualifying households. Applications are available now on the city's website and will be accepted through May 10. Grantees will be chosen by lottery.
The charter reform initiative on November ballot urges a $250 cap on campaign contributions and new by-district voting but the Alhambra council suggests an alternate measure embracing spending limits but retaining at-large elections.
The contest is open and entries are being accepted for the 2020 Census Storytelling Contest sponsored by Alhambra Source and Alhambra Unified School District. Over 360 AUSD students took our Census Challenge quiz. Were you one of them? The winners are announced here.
The average daily death toll from coronavirus is now 44. During an average flu season the average total is five. County emphasizes that testing appointments are available at mobile sites and encourages those with symptoms to get tested.
City Council offers guidance of CDBG-CV funding use but decides to keep Alhambra ordinance stipulating 6-month timeframe to repay overdue rent.
The Community Development Block Grant funding may be used to initiate a COVID-19 testing site in the city. Like many cities in the SGV, Alhambra's financial picture looks challenging.
"We are never going to be able to go back to the way it was before COVID-19," Health Department Director says in reporting new high in daily deaths.