Claremont COURIER/Saturday, May 5, 2012
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Antonovich to be hon-ored at Garden with aView at RSABG
Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden isholding its annual Garden With A Viewevent tomorrow, Sunday May 6, from3:30 to 7 p.m.RSABG invites the community toenjoy the afternoon with music, food, andauctions. Auction items range from exclu-sive sustainable products to getaways toart from some of the region’s notableartists. Music will be provided by the bandthe Squeakin’ Wheels. All proceeds fromthe event will benefit RSABG’s research,horticulture and education programs.This year’s Garden With A View partywill honor special guest Los AngelesCounty Supervisor Michael D.Antonovich. Mr. Antonovich has workedto protect and advance open space, parks,trails, green technology, water conserva-tion and clean air. He is known for spear-heading the Los Angeles County Oak TreePreservation Ordinance, which recognizesoak trees as historically, aesthetically andecologicall significant resources. Mr.Antonovich will be present at the gardenparty.Tickets are $85, and can be reserved bycalling Rebecca Lerback in the Office of Development at 625-8767, ext 222 or bysending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Golden State offers freewater-efficiency kits
In honor of Water Awareness Month,Golden State Water Company is offeringits customers free outdoor water-effi-ciency kits throughout the month of Mayto encourage water conservation.Outdoor watering can account for morethan 60 percent of total residential waterusage, according to a Golden State Waternews release. One of the best ways to pro-tect this resource is through water-effi-ciency awareness.The free outdoor kit includes drip irri-gation and a hose nozzle. Drip irrigationuses water efficiently and loses practicallyno water to runoff or evaporation. Thehose spray nozzle automatically shuts off when not in use so people use water onlywhen it is needed.Customers must visitwww.gswater.com to fill out an onlineform to receive the kit in the mail. It maytake 3 to 6 weeks for delivery.
Sasha Rindisbacher, reporter
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Agendas for city meetings are availableat www.ci.claremont.ca.us
Monday, May 7
Candidate’s Reception5:30 to 7:30 p.m., DoubleTree Hotel
Tuesday, May 8
City CouncilCouncil Chamber, 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, May 9
Architectural CommissionCouncil Chamber, 7 p.m.
Thursday, May 10
Utilities CommitteeCity Hall conference room, 6:30 p.m.
Monday, May 14
Tree CommitteeCity Yard, 6 p.m.1616 Monte Vista Ave.