The ribbon was cut Thursday on the city’s latest apartment complex for the low-incomed, but even from a glance at the parking, it was easy to tell all its 56 units are already rented. The $20 million Girasol housing is located on formerly vacant land at 1725 Adams Ave. It is officially designated “affordable housing” with 43 units for those earning 30-55 percent of the area’s average monthly income and 12 units for those under 30 percent. One unit is for the manager.
City of El Centro Council Reorganization 2022
El Centro City Council came together to hold the Council Reorganization. Outgoing Mayor Tomas Oliva was recognized for...