During the City Council meeting last night, Alhambra city officials praised USC pharmacy school and other community organizations for offering free medical services to residents last November. Free health examinations will be provided again this April. The meeting also addressed residents' concerns regarding the high-speed rail and passed a proposal to add a stop sign and a 20-feet red curb to the intersection of Pepper St. and Raymond Ave. for safety reasons.
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