City residents are cautioned to boil tap water today before drinking it—at least those who currently have water service. Golden State Water even went door-to-door, above, handing out bottled water to residents living above Base Line Road.
A segment of customers in the Claremont community are experiencing water service interruption this morning, Tuesday, February 6, due to what GSW explains as a “higher-than-usual system demand during a planned maintenance shutdown at the Miramar Treatment Plant operated by Three Valleys Municipal Water District.” COURIER photo/Peter Weinberger
Nicole Thibault, 28, has been charged with 14 counts in total—one count of murder, one count of grand theft, six counts of attempted murder and six counts of assault with a deadly weapon, according to the DA's office.
The police station bond measure campaign is in full swing, and it made its debut to a receptive crowd at the Democratic Club of Claremont meeting Monday evening.
Claremont Police Chief Shelly Vander Veen, Mayor Larry Schroeder, Finance Director Adam Pirrie and campaign co-chair Ed Reece spoke to the group about the city’s need for a new police station and the intricacies of the bond.
A Claremont Boy Scout will be running a community health fair this coming Saturday, February 3 for his Eagle Scout project. The fair, which runs from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at El Roble Intermediate School, is the brainchild of 13-year-old Shahin Amani. Shahin’s mother, Roya Amani, said the idea came to be through her son’s desire to help people.
Mark your calendars, Claremont—CicLAvia is coming to town on April 22.
Around 30 residents gathered at the Hughes Center to listen to representatives for the popular Los Angeles outdoor event talk about the plan Wednesday evening.
CicLAvia started in LA in 2010, but has its roots in Bogota, Colombia, where city officials have shut down streets once a week and on holidays.
The moon is just past being fully eclipsed as it sets Wednesday morning in north Claremont. The event was a trifecta for stargazers as it was a super moon, a blue moon and a lunar eclipse all in one. Unfortunately, the super moon will not help our warm weather situation as sunny skies and winter heat will continue for the next couple of weeks. Expect high temperatures around 80, with lows in the mid-50s.
Claremont Police Chief Shelly Vander Veen makes her case for the proposed new police station during the Democratic Club of Claremont meeting Monday night at Pilgrim Place. Claremont Finance Director Adam Pirrie, Mayor Larry Schroeder, Ed Reece and Betty Crocker joined Ms. Vander Veen in an effort to build support for the general obligation bond which will fund the new station if it is passed by voters in June. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
Thousands of people each year will make their way up and around the 5-mile loop trail and the Claremont Hills Wilderness Park. The road however, is not only steep, there's no direct route around the park. The loop trail will connect you to other hikes leading to areas along the base of the San Gabriel Mountains, the most popular destination being Potato Mountain. The hiking weather will be near perfect, with high temperatures hovering around 80 degrees, with lows in the mid-50s for the remainder of the week. Even the long range forecast has these temperatures remaining steady for the next 2-3 weeks. And of course, no rain, even in mountain areas. COURIER photo/Peter Weinberger
Claremont residents can dispose of household hazardous waste and e-waste at the Claremont City Yard, 1616 Monte Vista Ave. on Saturday, February 10 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The following items will be accepted:?motor oil, oil filters, brake fluid, used antifreeze, paint, paint thinner, turpentine, cleaners with acid or lye, pesticides or herbicides, household batteries or car batteries, pool chemicals, CRTs, old TVs and more.
The police station ballot measure got the official go-ahead from the city council Tuesday night.
The council voted unanimously to adopt resolutions of necessity outlining the public desire for a new facility, and to officially place the measure on the June 5 ballot. “We’re doing what our residents asked us to do,” Councilmember Sam Pedroza said, echoing the past failure of Measure PS.