City Should Work Like Business

If the Alhambra City Council considers that a new police station is needed or necessary, let them operate like a private business and live within their means and budget.

The City Council should lay off some of their so-called experts they are hiring that give them information they don't use.

The City Council should use some of the millions of dollars they have collected from the sale of the hospital as well as other income they are receiving from the levy on water meters and telephones plus income from increased sales taxes.

How can the people of Alhambra afford any more taxes at this period of business depression?



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