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Union Station Homeless Services presentation and more at the Alhambra City Council tonight

During tonight’s Alhambra City Council meeting, Amber Follett, an outreach case worker, will give a brief presentation on the implementation of a contract with Union Station Homeless Services that will provide street outreach, case management, and housing assistance to Alhambra’s homeless residents. The February 13 City Council agenda states that the City Council will decide whether to award a contract to Lost West Landscape Architecture and Construction for $131,020 for the Almansor Park Improvement Project. In addition, city staff requests that the City Council award a contract to Kalbin Inc. for $785,116.40 for the HUD Sidewalk and ADA Ramp Project. The City Council will also vote on whether a one-time appropriation of funds should be made for fire department infrastructure improvements for Fire Stations 71, 72, 73, and 74. Because of medical reasons, Councilmember Barbara Messina has been unable to attend two Council meetings in January, as well as tonight’s meeting. The City Council will vote on a leave of absence for Mrs. Messina.

For the complete agenda, check out the upload below: 

339159731-City-of-Alhambra-Agenda-2-13-17 by Anonymous 56qRCzJR on Scribd

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