The Los Angeles County Department of Public Works Headquarters in Alhambra is at the forefront of flood prevention and water conservation for the vast county.
Councilmembers Adele Andrade-Stadler and Ross Maza will be sworn in as mayor and vice mayor respectively during Monday's City Council meeting.
Some residents asked for investment in public transportation options.
Mayor Jeff Maloney will update the community on the status of the 710 Freeway in Alhambra and solicit feedback on various options going forward.
The City of Alhambra will conduct additional outreach on the general plan, rather than commissioning another statistically valid survey of 400 households.
This information could determine whether Alhambra pursues further outreach on the general plan.
Alhambra will also look into what neighboring municipalities have done to survey their residents on their general plans.
Unless terms change during negotiations, the measure would cap campaign donations at $250 and change elections from at-large to by-district.
The Alhambra City Council began to address affordable housing as it upheld a permit to allow a mixed-use development in downtown Alhambra.
The survey will involve 400 households that represent the population of Alhambra.