Claremont will negotiate a city
manager's contract with current
Assistant City Manager Tony
Ramos as decided by city council in
closed session Monday night.
The special meeting was scheduled after current
City Manager Jeff Parker announced his resignation
Tuesday, November 16. Mr. Parker will leave his post
in Claremont to become Tustin's new city manager.
His last day is December 26.
Chapter 13 Trustee Amrane
Cohen filed a Notice of Motion
and Verified Motion for Order
Dismissing Chapter 13 Proceeding
against Claremont’s Assistant City
Manager Tony Ramos on October 12.
The document states that Mr. Ramos had failed
to make his bankruptcy payments in the amount of
As of Tuesday, Mr. Ramos had paid $3528 of
his outstanding balance of $8500.
Pitzer College student Vincent Giannotti works on the computer while participating in the Occupy Claremont protest on Monday outside Claremont City Hall. A group of students set up the occupy encampment over the weekend. The current protest is scheduled to end Wednesday night before Thanksgiving. Organizers say the will return to city hall on Sunday and will call a general meeting to all community members who support the worldwide movement. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
Claremont will host a public forum
with an administrative judge to discuss
Golden State Water Company’s
proposed water rate increases on
Tuesday, December 6. As the city prepares
to host the public hearing, Claremont residents
are gearing up for what they expect
to be a long and hard-fought battle against
bank-breaking water bills.
Claremont City Manager Jeff Parker is resigning from his post in the City of Trees. Mr. Parker will take over as Tustin's city manager after a unanimous vote Tuesday night. His last day is set for December 26, and he has recommended moving current Assistant City Manager Tony Ramos to the top position.
Council will discuss Mr. Parker's replacement this Saturday at a council workshop at city hall.
The city council workshop scheduled for this Saturday has been postponed until Saturday, December 3 at 9 a.m. City council will meet to discuss the finer points of what will become a future work plan for city staff.
Claremont Police are seeking help to find a man suspected of ATM robberies in Claremont, Diamond Bar, and Rancho Cucamonga last month. The Claremont robbery took place at the Chase Bank in the 400 block of North Indian Hill Boulevard. On Wednesday, October 19, around 1:30 a.m., a 22-year-old victim was using the ATM when a Hispanic male pulled out a handgun and demanded $500.
Claremont City Manager Jeff Parker will take over as City Manager for the city of Tustin after a unanimous council vote Tuesday night. Mr. Parker is expected to begin his new post in December.
We will provide updated information as it becomes available. Please look for a full story both online and in Saturday’s COURIER.
A proposed $1 million parking expansion to the Claremont Hills Wilderness Park and Thompson Creek Trail received less than rave reviews at Thursday nightÃ¢??s Community Services Commission meeting. The project is scheduled for final review by city council next month. Commissioners, wary of the price tag and size of the project, suggested the council return the project back to staff to reevaluate alternatives before moving forward with the 7-figure project. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
Negotiations between the city of
Claremont and the Claremont Police
Officers Association (CPOA)
may be at a close, but the litigation is far
The police union has filed a writ of mandate requesting
information regarding compensation for the city’s executive
employees and city council members.
In addition to the lawsuit, Claremont Police made
amendments to an “Unfair Practice” charge filed against
the city in late September.
About 100 Claremont residents
gathered Monday night to set
goals for their fight against
Golden State Water Company’s latest
round of proposed water rate increases.
Hal Hargrave and Randy Scott are organizing “Claremonters
Against Outrageous Water Rates,” a group focused
on presenting a united front against steadily rising
Golden State Water Company and Three Valley Municipal
Water District have recently funded a new round
of the turf removal program. Claremont property owners
can now receive a rebate of $1.50 per square foot for turf
removed and replaced with lower water use plantings up
to a maximum award of $3000.
The National Council for Research on Women
(NCRW) held its Western Regional Conference, "Stalled
in the Pipelines: Opening Pathways to Women's Leadership,"
at Claremont Graduate University last month to
strategize with NCRW member research, policy, and advocacy
centers about how to advance women's leadership
across sectors and increase the impact of their