Nearly 12 years after a devastating blaze, the Palmer Canyon Association (PCA)—an entity comprised of some home and parcel owners from the community—is selling 65-plus acres of canyon land at an asking price of $7 million. The sellers hope to find the right buyer for this gated community, but what sounds like prime Claremont real estate presents its own set of challenges.
Claremont residents will again be called to action as the city council moves forward on a measure asking voters to approve a special parcel tax to finance a new $50 million public safety facility.
The special parcel tax will require a two-thirds approval by Claremont voters at a consolidated election to be held November 3, 2015.
On Wednesday, April 22 a Rancho Cucamonga man learned a valuable lesson. If you pose as your brother to police, make sure he has a clean record. Officers responded to the area of Arrow Highway and Cambridge Avenue around 6:53 a.m. following a report of a suspicious person in the neighborhood.
Pomona College requested that the city council item relating to its master plan and the zone change request be removed from Tuesday's council agenda.
As published in the COURIER on Friday, April 24, Pomona College was to go before the council tonight, Tuesday, April 28, asking that a parcel of land on the west side of College Avenue be moved from medium-density residential to institutional residential.
The Foothill Gold Line will be holding a Community Open House on Wednesday, April 29 in the Padua Room at the Alexander Hughes Community Center from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Project representatives and Claremont station artist Joyce Kohl will be available to speak with visitors.
The students at Chaparral Elementary caught a bit of the fever in recent weeks as their school celebrated National Poetry Month with a bang. The highlight of the commemoration was held on Friday, April 17 with two assemblies, one for the primary-aged kids and one for the upper graders, in which the students shared their favorite poems with an audience of fellow pupils.
Baldy View ROP hosted its annual Celebrating Student Success awards ceremony at Upland High School on Wednesday night. The highly-attended event was an acknowledgement and celebration of students for outstanding achievement in the demonstration of 21st century career pathway skills from various Career Technical Education (CTE) classes.
The Claremont City Council will be appointing individuals to the Public Art Committee. Included in this committee’s purview are implementing and upholding the Public Art Master Plan, ensuring the city’s public art policies and procedures are followed, and supporting the development and stewardship of the city’s public art collection and other public art on municipal and private property.
UPDATED: A Claremont High School teacher has been arrested and charged with issuing criminal threats, stalking and making annoying phone calls to employees of the Claremont Unified School District, including administrators, teachers and board members.
Claremont police arrested Dave Lukkarila, a CHS social studies teacher, at his home on Thursday, April 16.
A San Antonio High School teacher suspected of having an ongoing relationship with a student was arrested on Monday, April 20.
Eva Fernandez—also known as Ms. Ambriz to her students—was taken into custody and booked at Claremont jail for child annoying, a misdemeanor
On Saturday the Rotary Club of Claremont held the 16th annual Taste of Claremont at the University Consortium at Mills Avenue and First Street. Even though there was unseasonable cool and wet weather, it did not damper the party spirit of the over 800 people in attendance. The weather for Claremont this week will warm up to the upper 80s, with lows around 60. No rain is in the forecast. Be sure to check out our YouTube video at https://youtu.be/D_rFyBDRmNA. COURIER photo/Peter Weinberger
Attorneys for the Golden State Water Company and the city of Claremont will come face-to-face in a Los Angeles County courtroom next week as the battle for the Claremont water system begins to take shape.
The water company contends that the city’s eminent domain complaint inadequately identifies the property it seeks to condemn from Golden State.
As part of the university’s 15-year master plan, Pomona College officials will take a second stab at a zone change Tuesday, April 28 before the Claremont City Council.
Pomona College staff went before the planning commission on April 7 to request a zone change from medium-density residential to institution residential (IR) for properties along North College Avenue.
When I have the initial consultation with a new client looking to purchase a home, they will often ask questions related to how difficult it is to obtain financing “these days.” The fact is, financing isn’t as difficult to obtain as one might think.
Back during the mortgage meltdown in 2007 and 2008, lending guidelines became extremely strict—or at least more strict than completely lax, which they had been for years.