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Liset Márquez

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Monrovia, CA, United States

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Past articles by Liset:

San Dimas woman launches podcast to inform neighbors

A proposed hotel in downtown San Dimas launched Isabel Ebiner’s civic engagement. → Read More

Vroman’s Bookstore, boutique hotel planned for vacant lot near downtown San Dimas

The project known as Pioneer Square replaces the once-proposed four-story hotel on the south side of Bonita Avenue between Acacia Street and Cataract Avenue in San Dimas. → Read More

New Pomona police team fights prostitution and human trafficking on Holt Avenue

Starting this month, Pomona police will launch the Sexual Exploitation and Human Trafficking Team. → Read More

Pomona police chief says he’ll retire 9 months earlier than planned

In an email to staff Christmas morning, Chief Michael Olivieri elaborated on his decision to retire ahead of schedule. → Read More

Retrospective show in Pomona brings visibility for this artist

The dA has opened the gallery to allow Pizarro to present a retrospective of his life’s work until Jan. 11. → Read More

La Verne spreads cheer with Christmas Day tradition

The Christmas morning deliveries date to 1925. → Read More

San Dimas extends downtown building moratorium for a year

San Dimas City Council voted Oct. 22 to extend the moratorium by another 10 months and 15 days, giving staff a whole year to review the process. → Read More

Pomona Unified unveils $4 million revamp of auditorium

The Education Center’s auditorium now boasts a state-of-the-art sound system, new theatrical lighting and refurbished seating. → Read More

Pomona to business owners: Keep your shopping carts off city streets

City leaders want staff to step up efforts to hold businesses accountable for abandoned carts widely considered a public nuisance. → Read More

In tribute to his son, Ontario man volunteers monthly to clean a stretch of the 10 Freeway in Pomona

Eddie Acosta signed up to volunteer for the Caltrans Adopt-A-Highway program in his late son’s memory → Read More

Claremont grants two-year extension for controversial Colby Circle development

During a the three-hour long hearing, the Claremont City Council learned Intracorp Homes has had several meetings with one of the homeowners who appealed the extension. → Read More

Attendance dips with higher temperatures at LA County Fair 2019

Fair officials estimate 1.1 million people visited this year, down from 1.25 million in 2018. → Read More

2019 LA County Fair goes out with a ‘pop’ – San Gabriel Valley Tribune

From larger-than-life replicas and art installations to live music and more, the fair celebrated pop culture in its three-week run that ended Sunday. → Read More

Gente Organizada celebrates opening of new youth center in Pomona

For the first time in six years, Gente Organizada has its own space. → Read More

Pomona, here’s why you’ll soon be paying more on your water and sewer bills

From 2019 to 2023 the water department will invest $64 million on capital projects and over that period the will payback more than $30 million in existing debt. → Read More

Pomona on the lookout for its first poet laureate

The poet laureate would serve a two-year term beginning Jan. 1, 2020 → Read More

PHOTOS: “Proud at the LA County Fair” celebrates inclusiveness

Live music and a drag show capped off the first of the event’s two days → Read More

How you can help Pomona find its new city manager

Longtime Pomona City Manager Linda Lowry will retire at the end of the year. → Read More

Plan to overhaul Pomona’s old Firehouse Inn goes back to the drawing board

Under the plan, the original Firehouse Inn would be preserved and any missing brick or roof tiles would be replaced. → Read More

Laemmle’s Claremont 5 requests city’s OK to sell beer and wine

The company’s application follows news that it reportedly put all or part of its art house cinema chain up for sale. → Read More