Column: Signs of concern in Chino Hills about Asian signs

Friday’s column is about my annual-ish visit to a Chino Hills City Council meeting, this one with two items of interest: short-term rentals (maternity hotels, Airbnb) and business signs that could, potentially, not be in English.

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  • SAWZ

    Wherever there is a significant ethnic population that uses a language other than or in addition to English, I think it is fine that their language is included on public signs in those, respective, areas–but I think the powers-that-be must take responsibility for seeing that such announcements are translated and the exact wording is included in English also.

    I’m with those folks who are worried about houses in their neighborhoods being used as tourist rentals. I would want them permitted and licensed appropriately.