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 Council also changed City Hall business hours and passed new city meeting procedures.
The city will post larger signs on project sites and will also start mailing project notices to tenants.
Sage Granada Park United Methodist Church's kanikapila group brings Hawaiian folk music to Alhambra.
The new rules cover those applying for a visa and for a green card, and involve a handful of public assistance programs.
The City Council will go with a project from American Family Housing and National CORE.
The City Council voted not to adopt rules that would have reduced public speaker time and limited when people could turn in speaker cards.
Changes include limiting speaker time from five minutes to three minutes and requiring that speaker cards be turned in before agenda items are discussed.
The 801 E. Main Street project was denied by the Planning Commission in July after several hearings. The land is now up for sale for almost $9 million.