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Auto Club of Southern California and Seidner’s Collision Center’s Benevolent Rides

Seidner’s Collision Centers and the Auto Club of Southern California will present a 2013 Toyota Prius to a local family on Friday April 12th, at Seidner’s Collision Center – Duarte located at 1000 Evergreen St., Duarte, CA 91010.

This will be the ninth vehicle gifted to a family, many of whom are military veterans, since 2013. The Auto Club of Southern California donates the vehicle, Seidner’s Collision Centers make any needed repairs, and the title and keys are handed to the recipient. This doesn’t take place without the generosity of the Auto Club and the hard work of the highly skilled technicians at Seidner’s Collision Centers.



VISITING ANGELS GLENDORA ADOPTS NEW OWNERS

On March 1, 2019, Visiting Angels Glendora, officially changes ownership after 18 years.  Located in the heart of Glendora, near the downtown village, Visiting Angels…




Glendora Rotary Mini-Grants For Teachers Awards

February 5th 2019 the Rotary Club of Glendora awarded their 2019 Glendora Rotary “Mini-Grants For Teachers” awards to deserving Glendora and Charter Oak Unified School Teachers.


Nominations Now Being Accepted for the 2018 Glendora Citizen of the Year

Nominations for the 2018 Glendora Citizen of the Year presented by The Glendora Chamber of Commerce are now being accepted. Glendora organizations and Citizens have until Friday, February 8, 2019 to submit their nomination form for Glendora’s 2018 Citizen of the Year.



Foothill Gold Line Public Scoping Meeting & Supplemental Environmental Impact Report

December 10, 2018 the Foothill Gold Line Construction Authority hosted a Public Scoping Meeting at the La Verne Community Center that allowed visitors to view information on the project, proposed changes, the Supplemental Environmental Impact Report (SEIR) information and new phasing plan for the line from Glendora to Montclair.


Sales Tax Proposed to Keep Funds Local

Glendora City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to go ahead to put a .75% sales tax increase on the ballet to be voted on by residence in a Special Election in March 2019. This decision was made after much discussion and testimony by City Staff, Council, and residence of Glendora. Glendora City Council’s proposal will keep 100% of the additional funds collected local as opposed to the many sales tax increases that have been approved lately that requires funds to be spent on projects that may or may not benefit Glendora.