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AYSO, Girl Scout Commendations and a public hearing on CDBG at the Alhambra City Council

At 5:30 pm, during Monday night’s Alhambra City Council meeting, Mayor Mejia will congratulate the Alhambra FC U-12 Girls' Soccer team for winning both the AYSO Regional and Area 1C Championships and reaching the Riverside Sectional Finals. Additionally, Mejia will present commendations to the Alhambra Spark of Love donors, as well as Gina Puccinelli, recipient of the Girl Scout Gold Award.

At 7:00 pm, the City Council will hold a public hearing on adding $70,000 to the CDBG and HOME funds' administration.

The council will also decide whether to authorize the production of the annual Fourth of July fireworks show and enter into a contract with Exposhows Inc. at a cost of $26,900.

In addition, city staff requests that the City Council award a contract to GRFCO, Inc. for $2,777,601 for the Valley Boulevard Phase II Sewer Replacement Project.

The City Council will also vote on whether to approve the city's participation in the 2017 Summer Food Service Program and authorize staff to circulate a notice inviting bids to secure a vendor to provide lunches and snacks for the program.

For the complete agenda, check out the upload below: 

Alhambra City Council Agenda by Jasmine Zahedi on Scribd

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