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Busy week for city meetings

The City of Claremont has a busy meeting schedule this week, which includes the Claremont City Council on Tuesday followed by the Claremont Architectural Commission on Wednesday.

The city council will hold a public hearing to approve $14 million in tax-exempt financing for capitol improvements at The Webb Schools. The action is part of the Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act of 1982 and the funding will come from the California Development Authority.

The council will also hear an administrative item about changing the Clean Power Alliance default energy rate to 100% green power.

On Wednesday the architectural commission will receive a presentation from Arteco and Village Partners for phase two of the South Village development.

The proposed mixed-use transit oriented development is the first to go through the commission process under the Village South Specific Plan adopted by the city council last summer.

Last Thursday the police commission heard a presentation on how the recent COVID-19 surge has affected police department staffing. The commissioners also received the latest data on the implementation of the Racial Identity Profiling Act.

On Saturday the city held a marathon planning workshop for the council’s 2022 priorities and budget.

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