The public had an opportunity to speak at Monday’s hearing on 801 E. Main St., and will have one more opportunity to do so on June 17.
The City Council heard a presentation on a potential 40-unit affordable housing development in downtown Alhambra.
The Planning Commission also urged stronger language on historic preservation, bike lanes, changes to open space and new development height restrictions and project notifications.
The housing forum, taking place on Thursday, will highlight the experiences of Asian immigrants who struggle with affordable housing.
The city manager will also audit the city’s contract with the Alhambra Chamber of Commerce as a “good business practice.”
After debating whether to recommend delaying General Plan adoption, the Planning Commission decided to make recommended changes to city staff for a May 20 hearing.
Alhambra High School students presented a resolution declaring Alhambra a sanctuary city for all people, regardless of immigration status.
City Council members discussed their priorities concerning historic preservation, affordable housing, public safety, code enforcement and other topics.
In wake of recent events, Mayor Adele Andrade-Stadler praised police and fire for forming effective joint response arrangements with other cities.
Alhambra Mayor Adele Andrade-Stadler will detail city department accomplishments and goals.