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Three new Alhambra City Council members to take oath of office

Photo by David Muñoz.


Alhambra , CA United States

On Monday, Dec. 10 at 7 p.m., Katherine Lee, Ross Maza and Adele Andrade-Stadler will be sworn in as Alhambra City Council members. They will represent the 1st, 2nd and 5th District respectively.

Earlier, at 5:30, the City Council will vote on a second reading of an ordinance banning on-demand personal mobility devices, including app-controlled Bird scooters. They will consider a second reading of an ordinance requiring certain businesses to implement shopping cart containment systems. They will also conduct a second reading of an ordinance maintaining reserve funds. This would include a general fund reserve balance of at least 20 percent of the annual general fund operating expenditures and $3 million balance each in the legal liability reserve, the building and facilities reserve and the rolling stock and equipment reserve.

The consent agenda includes a declaration of election results and designating the mayor and vice mayor to represent Alhambra at the Los Angeles County Sanitation District.

Read the full agenda below:

Alhambra City Council agenda for Dec. 10, 2018. by Phoenix Tso on Scribd

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