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El Monte City Council to Consider Rent Control Law

By Chelsea Dickerson

August 7, 2013

Filed under Cities, News

El Monte - Following the release of an economic study that revealed that Brookside Mobile County Club is charging residents exorbitant rents, the El Monte City Council will consider adopting a rent control ordinance at its A... Read more »

Rosemead Boulevard Improvement Project

August 7, 2013

Filed under Cities, News

Temple City - Temple City's Mayor Pro Tem Carl Blum spoke of his 3 year odyssey with the Rosemead ImprovementProject. This is a major project for Temple City that covers 2 miles from the railroad tracks to Callita. This is a ... Read more »

San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership on the Proposed National Recreation Area

By Brad Jensen

August 7, 2013

Filed under Cities, News

Irwindale - The San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership has issued a Statement of Principles outlining the Partnership's key concerns about the proposed San Gabriel Valley National Recreation Area. While the Partnership supports the r... Read more »


Ken Kramer

August 5, 2013

Filed under Cities, Libraries, News

The South El Monte Library will be closed on Thursday, August 8, 2013 for remodeling. The refurbished library is slated to open in spring of 2014. This project is funded by First District County Supervisor Gloria Molina. Full ... Read more »

National Night Out Against Crime and Emergency Preparedness

August 4, 2013

Filed under Around Town, Cities, Events, Local Events

Join the City of South El Monte and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, Temple Station in celebrating “National Night Out Against Crime” and Emergency Preparedness, on Tuesday August 6th, from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.... Read more »

Chamber Chit Chat

By Ken Rausch, Executive Director

August 2, 2013

Filed under Cities, News

During the year, The El Monte/South El Monte Chamber of Commerce is out in the community and involved in many events.  It is our way of giving back and reaching out to our cities and assisting in any way we can.  One of the ... Read more »