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COURIER week in pictures: 6-30-17

  • The empty lot where Rich’s Products build was formerly located stands out among the mixed use, residential and commercial developments in the Village West area of Claremont.

    The empty lot where Rich’s Products build was formerly located...

  • Denley Investments lost a final bid to save their planned development at the former Rich Products location when the Claremont City Council rejected the company’s appeal Tuesday night.

    Denley Investments lost a final bid to save their planned develo...

  • Australian resident Dovey Dee is displaying her landscape paintings as part of a group show called Tectonic Shifts at the dA Gallery in Pomona. Dee is a 1983 graduate of Scripps College and a 1985 graduate of Claremont Graduate University.

    Australian resident Dovey Dee is displaying her landscape painti...

  • Traffic on Indian Hill Boulevard stops for a passing Metrolink train on Tuesday in Claremont. The Claremont City Council rejected a bridge over Indian Hill for the proposed Metro Gold Line extension however the Public Utilities Commission has indicated it

    Traffic on Indian Hill Boulevard stops for a passing Metrolink t...

  • Traffic on Indian Hill Boulevard adjacent to the railroad crossing south of First Street could be a lot worse once the proposed Metro Gold Line extension passes through Claremont with trains passing every 7 minutes during peak hours.

    Traffic on Indian Hill Boulevard adjacent to the railroad crossi...

  • Last Thursday the Claremont Planning Commission voted unanimously to approve the proposed condominium development at the Old School House and forward the plans to the City Council for final approval.

    Last Thursday the Claremont Planning Commission voted unanimousl...

  • The old Claremont Inn, at left will be torn down to make way for a condominium development if plans approved by the Planning Commission are also approved by the Claremont City Council.

    The old Claremont Inn, at left will be torn down to make way for...