OPINION: As a shortage of water continues, one resident says that the city should shift the focus from green lawns to drought-tolerant ones.
City Council tabled the Midwick development decision after a delivery problem at the post office prevented public hearing notices from arriving on time.
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The city said the delay was a result of processing at the United States Postal Office. Residents say the city could do more with outreach.
The development would require a zoning change. As instructed by ordinance procedures, there will be two hearings before the proposal can be approved.
City Council discusses off-leash dog park, fundraising for Special Olympics, and banning mixed-use development on East Main
The proposed dog park on New Avenue and Ramona Street will be sent to the Parks and Recreation Committee for consideration.
City Council to discuss eliminating mixed-use development on East Main, possible location for a dog park
City staff, in an adjourned regular meeting, will present and discuss several items from the Strategic Plan in a workshop.
City Council also heard an update on the Strategic Plan, which includes the creation of emergency response classes taught by the Alhambra Fire Department.
On the agenda: City Council to consider a temporary ordinance halting mixed-use development on East Main Street
The Alhambra Place is an example of mixed-use development. City staff says the ordinance will give them time to study the the health effects of development on the east side of Main Street.
Planning Commission sends Midwick development project to City Council for approval; residents voice opposition
Alhambra residents cited traffic, a sense of community, and the Midwick Tract's historical legacy as reasons for halting the housing project.