Last night we played to about 500 people in Bristol, England. From the stage I can see people singing along to our songs; during the better-known numbers, I can hear them, too, all joining together to sing things I wrote. It’s an incredibly rewarding and validating feeling, and it happens night after night—not every night, all tours have their ups and downs—but often enough that I try to make a point to stop and reflect on it at least once a day. It’s a blessing, a huge honor and privilege.
With the vote on Measure PS looming Tuesday, many Claremonters have been quite vocal on how we all should vote. Here are the letters to the editor from this week's edition pertaining to the new police station. The election will be held Tuesday, November 3.
It was a busy week for Claremonters as they did not hesitate to comment about a nunber of issues impacting the city. Top on the list is Measure PS, which if pasted, will finance a new police station. But some residents have concerns about costs, even though our current station is dated and undersized for the police department staff. But Claremont will residents want to pay for a new one? Read on.