As times change, San Dimas wrestles with identity

Full story: Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

While historic shopping districts in Monrovia and Claremont are the envy of the foothill suburbs, leaders in San Dimas are trying to steal a little attention for their downtown.
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Homer

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Dec 28, 2009
 
Downtown is just too small to do anything, there is nothing there unless your in your 70's and go out during the day. There is no night life there therefore why bother going there. Everything is closed up except the cop shop.
Ren

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Dec 29, 2009
 
You have some great looking brick buildings but you covered them up show the people what they really look like when they built them.The western them is ok but the buildings were not built out of wood so bring back the brick buildings.

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