All the latest from the increasingly wacky Ontario City Council can be found in Friday’s column.
An especially entertaining, if horrible, council meeting took place in Ontario this week. You can read about that in Friday’s column. I have to say, Ontario is making Upland look good in comparison. Above, spurned appointee Nicola Ricci addresses the council; visible from left, Paul Avila, Jim Bowman and Paul Leon.
Wednesday’s column is about Ontario’s annual awards ceremony for volunteers. I attended — hey, I had been among the judges — and wrote about the winner. After that are two short items that couldn’t wait.
May I admit that my headline cracks me up? Hey, you try writing a snappy headline about a guy who files paperwork!
Sunday’s column is about another hot Ontario council meeting, the second eye-opener in a row. I won’t say that the headline says it all, but it’s a good start. Wow.
Sunday’s column is about last week’s highly entertaining Ontario City Council meeting. The headline will make sense once you read it!
A history of Armstrong Nursery, founded circa 1893 in Ontario and a presence in the city until 1982, is on view in an exhibit at the Ontario Museum of History and Art. Friday’s column hits some of the highlights.
(On a personal note, all the research was done in March, but I ran out of time to write this before my vacation, and only this week was I able to get to it. It’s a relief to have that, and Wednesday’s Upland walking tour column, out of the way!)
I had to weigh the benefits vs. the cost of flying from ONT before purchasing my ticket to Austin. An unexpected benefit: the in-flight announcements on Southwest. And Austin itself has one of the best airports I’ve been to. Following that come some cultural items and one about upgrades to the Ontario library’s children’s room. All of this is in Friday’s column.
I attended Tuesday’s Ontario City Council meeting and got a column out of it. Not only did the council follow through on boosting its pay, but a new member was named to the Parks and Recreation Commission, although you might say he’s also an old member. Details are in Sunday’s column.
Friday’s items column starts with an update on construction of a park in the heart of downtown Ontario, as well as of an office building a block away. Following that are five Culture Corner items and as news about a picturesquely named rock in the San Bernardino National Forest.
Sunday’s column is all-Ontario, quickly summarizing some news around town but mostly focusing on Tuesday’s City Council meeting and a Friday event for three council members’ joint re-election campaign. Surprises are guaranteed.