The Alhambra Moors team finished the 2019 season with a 12-1 record losing only in the CIF semifinals. It was the team's best showing since the 1940s.
Alhambra city staff report offers four additional sites to consider for the Affordable Housing Development. Meanwhile, an attorney for the Sikhs tells the Council that a city staffer "lied" to the Planning Commission.
The city has put the issue on the March 16 Planning Commission Agenda while the Sikh community is fighting a 30-day eviction notice issued after the December vote citing an "element of fraud" in the permit process.
The Council Doesn't Rule Out Current Location but Asks if a More Suitable One May be Available.
Both issues are continued but Council approved consent measures seeking proposals for bicycle and pedestrian transportation plan.
After lengthy public testimony from the property owner and members of the Sikh community, the commission voted 5-4 to direct city staff to determine an appropriate resolution for or against revocation.
David Mejia Takes Oath as Vice Mayor and Council Gives Final Approval to Measure Placing Sales Tax on March Ballot
The three-quarter per-cent levy would go for infrastructure improvements and police hiring. A second reading of the proposed ordinance is scheduled for Monday's City Council meeting.
The Alhambra Council action will prevent some evictions and the measure will act as a bridge until AB 1482 takes effect on January 1st.
The City Council will vote on an ordinance to allow AB 1482 tenant protections to take effect immediately.