Claremont City Government News

Claremont Police Chief Aaron Fate takes the oath of office during a ceremony on Monday at the DoubleTree hotel in Claremont. Chief Fate was sworn in by his Citrus College […]

The growing problem of prostitution in Claremont seems to have reached a crescendo in the last few months, with residents in the south part of town reporting a significant increase in women soliciting customers on the streets adjacent to the intersection of Indian Hill Boulevard and the 10 Freeway.

When Aaron Fate was in high school he took advantage of a program which allowed seniors to take classes at Citrus College for extra credit. However, all of the academic programs were full so he enrolled in an elective introduction to criminal justice.

City Manager Adam Pirrie announced on Monday that longtime Claremont Police Department employee Captain Aaron Fate will be the next police chief. Captain Fate will take over the top spot on the police force on November 11 following the retirement of Police Chief Shelly Vander Veen. There will be a public badging ceremony for Captain Fate at the DoubleTree hotel on Monday November 15 at 5:00 p.m.

by Steven Felschundneff | Last Thursday, Claremont Police Chief Shelly Vander Veen announced she will retire from the department on November 10. At the chief’s recommendation, the city plans […]

Tina Wu Fredericks will discuss “Next Generation Challenges for Public Education” at the Democratic Club of Claremont’s October Luncheon this Friday, October 8, at noon. The talk is another in […]

Mayor Stark

When Mayor Jennifer Stark arose on Tuesday September 14, she undoubtedly knew it would be a long day. But she had no idea just how long. That evening, the Claremont City Council was set to make a decision on the Inclusionary Housing Ordinance and whether to tie its implementation to the Village South Specific Plan.

by Andrew Alonzo | When you take a bus tour around cities, it’s often exciting to view the unfamiliar sites along the way. But, how often do you get […]

Officials from Claremont McKenna College were granted a modification to the university’s master plan to accommodate a large new science building to be built at the corner of Ninth Street and Claremont Boulevard.

Pension Funding in Claremont

by Steven Felschundneff | The Claremont City Council approved a request from the city’s finance department to open a pension stabilization program, section 115 trust, creating a savings vehicle […]

by Steven Felschundneff | The season of delayed decisions continues as the Claremont Planning Commission elected on Tuesday to give itself a few more weeks to examine changes to […]