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Claremont’s Outdoor Pool Receives Temporary Reprive

Claremont’s outdoor pool received a reprieve from demolition after City Council members voted 6-3 against Vic Bergeron’s motion to authorize the city manager to demolish outdoor pool. The motion was made after a presentation by Thomas A. Scarlata of Bargmann

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Claremont City Council to Look at Rental Inspections

Claremont’s City Council will be considering a Rental Assistance Inspection Program at their Wednesday meeting. Claremont resident and landlord Francis Gauthier would like to see a landlord registry. The registry would require landlords that own property in Claremont to register

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Re Elected Claremont’s City Council Members Can Move Forward with Plans

Claremont City Councilors Carolyn Towle and Nick Koloski were re elected to the Council last week, which means they can pursue the items they said they wanted to work at last month’s meeting. Towle wants to make sure the curfew

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Carolyn Towle and John Simond take Claremont City Council Seats

Claremont’s newest City Council members are Carolyn Towle for Ward 1, and John Simonds for Councilman at Large. Towle and Francis Gauthier each vied for the seat, which Towle took on a 4-3 Council vote. Towle is lifelong resident of

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Claremont City Council Will Discuss Closing City’s Outdoor Pool and More

Claremont’s City Council meets tonight at 6:30 one item on their agenda is choosing a new Assistant Mayor to replace Andy Austin who resigned at the end of June, after the Eagle Times revealed Austin moved out of the city.

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