In a 3-2 vote, San Dimas City Council adopted a new policy banning relatives of the city council or city manager from being appointed to any paid or unpaid city commission, committee or board.
A press release from City Manager Chris Constantin explains, “the suspect involved in this senseless act appears to be a resident of a San Bernardino County city and not a homeless individual.”
The San Dimas Parks and Recreation Commission has been unable to meet since November of 2020 due to four vacancies. The city council will hold a special meeting to discuss commission appointments, membership and responsibilities. In the meantime, local parks departments continued to pivot and restructure programming to maintain community involvement.
Bonita Unified School District Superintendent Carl Coles updated parents and community members on the district’s efforts to tackle COVID-19 and reopen elementary schools during the State of the District virtual event.
As COVID-19 cases continue to drop in Los Angeles County, Bonita Unified School District pushes forward with a confirmed return date of Apr. 5 and a commitment to a safe environment for all staff.
On Dec. 16, 2020, Senator Toni Atkins (D-San Diego) introduced "Building Opportunities for All Senate Housing Package,” a package of bills meant to overcome the housing crisis California has endured for years.