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Pedestrian Improvement Project on Valley Boulevard at the Alhambra City Council

Photo by Oran Viriyincy is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0.

At 7 pm, during Monday night’s Alhambra City Council meeting, Mayor Mejia will proclaim April 2017 as Donate Life Month and Sexual Assault Awareness Month, April 26, 2017 as Denim Day, and April 9-15, 2017 as Library Week.

The council will also decide whether to authorize the City Manager to act on behalf of the Pedestrian Improvement/Walking Viability Project on Valley Boulevard between Ninth Street and Garfield Avenue in accepting a $1,027,920 grant from the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority. The project’s improvements include the installation of pedestrian countdown signals, ADA accessibility, and sidewalk improvements.

In addition, city staff requests that the City Council authorize recording a Deed Restriction on the Alhambra Parks and Golf Course properties in order to comply with the Safe Neighborhood Parks grant. In 2012, the city was granted $60,000 to replant trees downed by the windstorms in late 2011.

The City Council will also vote on whether to adopt a resolution that authorizes participation in the Public Agency Retirement Services Post-Retirement Health Care Plan Trust and a deposit of $1,000,000 in this trust.

For the complete agenda, check out the upload below:

Alhambra City Council Agenda 4/10 by Jasmine Zahedi on Scribd

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  1. Thank you for posting City Council Agendas.