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New housing development proposed for AUSD property

A proposal to buid 18 townhomes on a property the school district owns, the Southern California Gas Company's installation of a new meter system, and a congestion management program are on the agenda for Monday night's Alhambra City Council meeting.

The new town homes would be on a 1.1 acre site Marengo Avenue and Acacia Street, in a property the school district is considering selling to the Olsen Company. City staff will also report and receive public input regarding the 2012 Congestion Management Program to determine whether the city is in compliance with the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transit program. And the Southern California Gas Company will present about their installation of a new meter system throughout the city. Beginning in late 2012, SoCalGas will be adding communication devices to nearly six million homes and businesses. The devices, which they are calling "advanced meters," would transmit gas usage information directly to billing centers. Residents are invited to attend the meeting to learn more about the new system.

Read the complete agenda below. You can also download the document or make it larger using the controls on the bottom.

Meeting agenda for Monday, July 9

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