Only one of the many buildings owned by the city is open to the public 365 days a year, 24 hours a day. That building is the Police Department facility on Bonita Avenue and manned by 94 police-related personnel. This is the only city building in dire need for retro-fitting and seismic protection.
Dear editor and the Claremont Community: On behalf of the Claremont Kiwanis Club, I want to thank the folks who purchased concessions during the summer concert series on Monday nights! Money raised in concessions goes directly to supporting the bands, week after week.
Public comment to city council Dear editor, Our city has a moral and humanitarian duty to protect those who protect us, namely our 94 members of the Claremont Police Department. […]
Transportation depot name changed again? Dear editor: Elaine Turner, president of the Claremont Museum of Art, is raising $180,000 in donations to “build out the Depot.” My first reaction to […]
Claremont’s PD facility a disgrace Dear editor: The police department facility on Bonita Avenue is a disgrace for Claremont. Surrounding cities have already built new police facilities. It’s time to […]
A revised affordable / inclusionary housing ordinance Some of the members of Inclusive Claremont participated in the writing/design of the current Affordable/Inclusionary Housing ordinance and we feel that it has […]
Students deserve to flourish Dear editor, The Claremont Student Equity Coalition believes that all CUSD students deserve to flourish in an institution that centers learning, care and compassion. Our coalition […]
Compelling issue Dear editor: Kudos to you, the COURIER staff and, especially, Mick Rhodes for last week’s compelling issue. The investigative reporting on Rooter Hero was eye-opening to say the […]
Dear editor: Clara Oaks Viewpoint Open Letter to Claremont City Council: I just received notice of the “Preparation of an Environmental Impact Report and Notice of a Public Scoping Meeting” […]
Segregation vs. Inclusion Dear editor: On Tuesday, city council may approve the Village South Specific Plan for up to 1,000 residential units (plus a hotel and other businesses), and our […]
Claremont needs affordable housing Dear editor: Claremont needs more affordable housing, especially low and very low-income housing. Currently, many people who work here, from front-line workers, grocery workers, teachers, college […]
Building affordable housing Dear editor: Housing policies that push to build affordable housing in areas of Claremont far from public transportation centers/corridors will fail to assist that population, particularly those […]
Think about it Dear editor: If you’re a freedom-loving patriot who believes in personal choice and you’ve chosen to skip the COVID-19 vaccine because you don’t like the government telling […]
Hush money Dear editor: City attorney, Alisha Patterson and our city council want us to believe that paying outrageous amounts of hush-money to make “top-executive officials” go away “serves the […]