Have you ever wondered what Claremont would be like if the COURIER didn’t exist? This isn’t going to happen on my watch, but local news companies are dying all over America, and community newspapers are taking the biggest hit.
The Claremont COURIER is not immune to these issues, but we are ready to tackle these challenges head-on with new, exciting reader driven improvements.
by Chris Naticchia
Now that the state has released its new housing unit allocations and assigned Claremont responsibility to zone for over 1600 units—a quarter of them low- and very-low income—we’re likely to see increased attention from residents to housing affordability.
A family friend (I’ll call him Sol) recently passed away in his late 90s. He outlived his wife and both his children, so it fell to me to act as the administrator of his estate. Sol got things right financially over his long life. He also neglected some easy steps that would have made life easier for his survivors. Both provide a learning opportunity.