Semi-Hybrid Planning Commission Meetings began on February 21.
By Melissa Michelson
With the public allowed to be on Zoom or in person, Alhambra’s Planning Commissioners are to return to in-person meetings.
After over two years of Zoom meetings, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Alhambra Planning Commission announced that they will start conducting hybrid meetings.
The first hybrid meeting of the Planning Commission was on Tuesday, February 21, 2023, at 7:00 p.m., when they continued to discuss and conduct straw-poll votes on Alhambra’s Zoning Code Update.
Commissioner Ranajit Sahu, however, was not present. He told the Commission, at the February 6 meeting, that it would be his last. The Zoom format had allowed him to participate while out of town for work. He promised to still be engaged in the Commission and in the city.
The Planning Commissioners will be present in person in the City Council chambers in the second floor at Alhambra City Hall, and the public will have the option to join them in person or participate on Zoom.
The Zoom link and instructions for public participation in the meetings will be available at this link at least 72 hours before the meeting.
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