The city's resolution will allow it to seek state and federal funds for local efforts to combat the virus. Earlier Monday, two COVID-19 cases were reported in Alhambra.
Al's Towing will retain the city contract despite calls for it to be opened up for bidding and, possibly, franchise fees.
Balloting on Super Tuesday marked by long delays at Reese Hall location as voting machines failed. Tax measure would bring in $8.1 million annually for infrastructure improvement and police department hiring.
Voting in LA County started on Feb. 22 and Tuesday is the last day to vote in the Presidential Primary. Alhambra also has a sales tax measure on the ballot.
City staff offered four options on a short-term rental ordinance but a TOT tax would have to be revised and approved by voters. The council also honored the band directors and leaders of the AUSD 2020 Rose Parade Marching Band.
Ballot Marking Devices have a digital interface but will print a paper ballot. You can fill out a sample ballot online and bring a scannable code to load your choices onto the voting machine to check or change selections before casting your vote. You can still register to vote at any Vote Center.
If approved by Alhambra voters in the March primary, the sales tax revenue would be earmarked for infrastructure improvements and to fill ten police department positions.
L.A. County is rolling out new voting practices for the presidential primary on March 3. Voters will have from Feb. 22 to March 3 to vote at any county vote center, with updated ballot markers.
El Condado de Los Ángeles está implementando nuevas prácticas de votación para la primaria presidencial el 3 de marzo. Los votantes tendrán del 22 de febrero al 3 de marzo para votar en cualquier centro de votación del condado, con marcadores de boleta actualizados.