City Council agrees to continue discussions on San Gabriel Plaza mixed-use project

The following is a wrap-up of the April 2 City Council meeting. You may read the complete agenda here or listen to the audio here.

City Council agrees to continue discussions on San Gabriel Plaza mixed-use project

After deliberation, the City Council unanimously agreed to continue discussions on the San Gabriel mixed-use project to a future date. In its current form, the project will feature 163 residential condominium units and 34,835 square feet of retail/restaurant space on an approximately 3.66-acre site located at 220 South San Gabriel Boulevard.

The City Council will continue to deliberate on the project on a future date.

City Council approves new digital copy machine lease for SGPD

By a unanimous vote, the City Council approved a new five-year lease for printing services. Previously, the San Gabriel Police Department had been using two printing machines that are due for replacements.

The department currently has a monthly cost of $1,600 for print services, ranging up to approximately $3,000. With new machines, the monthly costs would decrease to $725 with a range up to $1,500. The SGPD is proposing a new five-year lease for printing services, which would provide a monthly cost savings of approximately $875.

In addition, the following items were approved unanimously:

An important note – a new business item regarding the City’s sewer system was postponed to a future date.