San Gabriel Valley cities discussed working together to address traffic around the southern I-710 stub at a meeting last Friday.
The city decided to gauge interest from multiple developers after another organization expressed interest in turning a city parking lot in downtown Alhambra into affordable housing.
Alhambra’s Planning Commission voted to deny the application for a four-story office building after significant neighborhood opposition.
In a Q and A with Alhambra Source, the representative for the 27th Congressional District Says Program Funding and Representation Are Key.
A few remain on the original site, and a number of them have been moved to Ramona Convent Secondary School, but some Alhambra residents are wondering what happened to the rest.
The citizenship question was expected to discourage some immigrants from participating in the 2020 Census.
The data will help predict the impact of traffic projects that City Hall has submitted to Los Angeles Metro.
The City Council chose instead to place in its meeting minutes their affirmation of support for a California law that limits state and local cooperation with federal immigration enforcement.
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.