Alhambra's elderly and disabled keep their center — for now

The announcement was made in Mandarin, Cantonese, and Vietnamese to scores of seniors and severely disabled adults terrified about how they would soon spend their days. The outcome was confusing: a court settlement meant their Adult Day Health Center on Valley Blvd where they spent much of their days could remain -- but the reprieve may only last until March. 

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