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Monrovia Council: Fixing Huntington; Hillside Access; Goodbye Conference of Mayors? Beauty Salons in Old Town; Historic-Older Americans Month

At the May 19 Monrovia City Council meeting (agenda: ), the council will, among other things ...

- In hopes that two lapsed grants (one for $1.8 million and the other for $227,000) will be renewed, the council will consider spending the expected money on improving Huntington Drive between Magnolia and Shamrock ( ). Comment: Hmmm. I knew the city let a lot of grant money lapse, but I had no idea it was THAT much.

- Hear a report by City Manager Oliver Chi on Hillside Wilderness Preserve access issues.

- Consider withdrawing from the US Conference of Mayors. If I'm understanding the agenda correctly, Mayor Adams will propose this.

- Consider a measure to allow beauty salons, nail salons, barbershops, and pet grooming businesses in the historic downtown area.

- Name the month of May as both Historic Preservation Month and Older Americans Month.

- Brad Haugaard

1 comment:

  1. Why are we picking someone else's pockets for grant money to keep spending up?

    Oh, right, it's free! Free stuff! Politicians love to hand it out and to spend it, I guess.

    Maybe Monrovia ought to live inside its means, and maybe Huntington isn't the highest priority for the city?