The incoming Contra Costa County supervisor for Alamo says she has no plans to change the Alamo Municipal Advisory Council.

The council will hold its final meeting under Supervisor Mary Piepho at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Hap Magee Ranch Park, 1025 La Gonda Way.

Issues on the agenda include speed mitigation on Livorna Road, moving the monthly council meetings to the Alamo Plaza Shopping Center, a cellphone company wanting to add antennas and equipment to an existing cellular site and a money donation for the Alamo Chamber of Commerce's tree lighting.

Piepho created the council in 2009, and members are picked by the area's supervisor. The group advises the county on issues in the unincorporated area. The census caused the boundary change, and Supervisor Gayle Uilkema will now represent Alamo. The change happens Thursday.

Uilkema said she has no intention on changing the members, whom she believes would be knowledgeable of the area. She also has no plan to end the group and said she finds municipal advisory councils helpful, like the one in Rodeo in her current district.

Eric Louie covers Alamo and Danville. Contact him at 925-847-2123.