The Claremont City Council voted Tuesday evening to adopt a temporary urgency ordinance banning “renovictions” — forced evictions for renovation purposes — for six months, beginning Jan. 1, 2023, when COVID-19 tenant protections expire in Los Angeles County. The vote comes after months of organizing by residents of Monarch Terrace
Throughout Claremont’s residential areas, many homes have signs on their front lawns reflecting both support and opposition for Larkin Place, a proposed affordable housing development for vulnerable populations in the city.
Recent policies announced by CMC, Pomona College, HMC and the city of Claremont limit the use of student vehicles.
As towns and cities across the country struggle with the goals of their public safety spending, some are working to address the need for mental health professionals to respond to non-criminal police calls. Claremont is in the process of doing just that.
Voters in Claremont should consider voting for Bennett Rea for pragmatic, forward-looking leadership.
Claremont is one of a group of San Gabriel Valley cities piloting shared Gotcha e-bikes. A new ordinance means other vehicles could follow.
Claremont residents opposed a proposal to dissolve the city’s police department and contract with the L.A. County sheriff instead.
A proposed 0.75 percent Claremont sales tax that supporters say would have boosted city revenues by $2.5 million appears headed toward defeat. But with more than 1,000 ballots from Tuesday’s special election yet to be counted, a community group supporting Measure CR isn’t conceding just yet.
Claremont’s city council voted Tuesday to move to a by-district system of elections, an action that splits the 5Cs into three separate voting districts. Before the 3-2 vote, the city council held at-large elections to elect its five members. Under the new system, each city council member will be elected
Bags of urine found in Walker Hall Bags of urine were reportedly disposed of in Walker Hall trash cans, according to an email sent by Pomona College Residence Life Coordinator Andrew Castro to Walker residents. “The week before fall break, my friends that lived in Walker noticed that it was