The City Council voted to extend a residential waste management contract to 2021, but opted to go through the open bid process after that.
Alhambra City Council To Discuss Whether Development Affecting Sikh Temple Should Go Back to Planning Commission
The Alhambra City Council will have this discussion on Oct. 28.
At the Empty Bowl Fundraiser, Soup Was the Main Course but the Topic of Homelessness Was Also on the Menu
About 250 attendees were served soup by local mayors and city officials and heard the testimonial of a once homeless single mother of two and a presentation by the LAHSA Commissioner.
Planning Commission President Allan Sanchez asked staff not to agendize a discussion item on whether to reconsider a development that would mean demolishing the Sikh gurdwara on Chapel Ave.
Lee had missed the last two City Council meetings before asking for a leave of absence to attend to health issues.
Lee’s first district seat could become vacant if she misses 30 consecutive days of meetings without being excused by the Council.
Many artists call Alhambra their home, but they lack the support needed to help create a thriving arts scene in Alhambra.
The Perfect Exposure Gallery in Alhambra Expands the Limits of What Can Be Done in a Small Art Space
Armando Arorizo has owned The Perfect Exposure Gallery for 25 years and relocated to Alhambra last September. He came to the U.S. from Mexico City in 1986 to refine his photography. He says the stretch of Valley Blvd. where the gallery is located reminds him of “Old Alhambra.”
Artists from around Southern California gathered for Alhambra's First Chalk Art Competition. The results very varied and impressive.
The Council also changed City Hall business hours and passed new city meeting procedures.