The Claremont City Council is defending its decision to reject granting an easement to Larkin Place, a proposed affordable housing development, after being accused of violating state of California housing law.
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
Dozens of Claremont residents face imminent eviction, through a loophole in tenant protection law which prompted a vote Tuesday evening to draft the ordinance. a vote Tuesday evening to draft the ordinance.
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.
Students placed in off-campus housing for the second year leave some to figure out how to adjust to life outside their respective colleges’ residential communities.
As COVID-19 cases surged to unprecedented levels at the 5Cs throughout April, Claremont McKenna College and Harvey Mudd College quickly found themselves in a complicated position: they didn’t have enough isolation space for everyone who tested positive.
A seemingly ordinary Monday night turned into a disaster for some Pomona College students when the Mudd Hall basement flooded with a foul-smelling black water around 10 p.m. April 4.
The Pomona College administration is ignoring basic public health guidance by forcing students with medical exemptions to COVID-19 vaccination to move to the Oasis apartments and bundling them together in shared spaces, writes guest columnist Gabe Schuhl PO ‘25.
Though its exploration of gentrification can be shallow, “The Last Black Man in San Francisco” is a heartfealt meditation on the meaning of a home, argues film columnist Hannah Eliot SC ’24.
Scripps College elaborated on its previously announced plans for summer and fall housing in a Monday email to students from Dean of Students Charlotte Johnson.