When one thinks of La Verne, they usually associate the city with the University of La Verne.
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It is amazing how much a little paint can do. Not only has the paint job on the Wilson parking lot placed a wedge between University of La Verne and city of La Verne officials, but it has also managed to raise a few questions and concerns as well.
Obviously the Campus Times and staff writer Deanna Reyes are under the impression that Shakespeare has not been a subject on campus before the spring semester 2000.
Residents on Third Street between A and B Street proposed for “resident parking only” in front of their homes at the La Verne City Council meeting on Feb. 22. The proposal was passed and has raised concerns among University of La Verne students.
The college town. Every institution of higher learning has one surrounding its campus’ boarders. And every college or university hopes to pride itself on a supportive community backing its growth and expansion.
I am writing in response to the front page story of last week’s Campus Times article “Council limits B Street parking; ULV concerned.”
Due to numerous resident complaints, the La Verne City Council approved the designation of about 15 parking spaces along B Street as “preferential parking” areas.
The city of La Verne now offers a place where adults and children alike can go to skateboard and rollerblade.
Facing a crossroads which will affect the quality and style of life in the community as a whole for generations to come, the city of La Verne recently completed a series of meetings to revamp its general plan.
Due to everyday demands for more space, expansion at the University of La Verne looks like a promising possibility in the next decade.