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.
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.
Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva joined newly appointed San Dimas Station Captain Walid Ashrafnia to discuss public safety concerns with residents during a virtual town hall on Feb. 2.