#HAGMAN - May 2017

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May 2017 

Hagman Elected Regional Transportation Chairman


On Thursday, April 2, 2017, San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors Vice Chairman Curt Hagman was elected by his peers as Chairman of the critical Transportation Committee of the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG).

The role of the Transportation Committee is to study problems, programs and other matters which pertain to the regional issues of mobility, air quality, transportation control measures and communications, and make recommendation on such matters to the Regional Council.

"I am humbled by the confidence shown in me by my colleagues this morning.  Safe and reliable modes of transportation allow our residents and businesses to take advantage of all available opportunities to live and thrive," said Hagman.

He continued, "As Chairman, it will be my goal to work with members of the Transportation Committee to secure the success of our region for our communities, both now and in the future."

Transportation is the largest Committee within SCAG, and the one involving the most infrastructure improvement expenditures annually.  Major programs under the purview of Transportation Committee are Regional Transportation Plan (RTP), Regional Transportation Improvement Program (RTIP), Aviation, Highway, Transportation Finance and Transportation Conformity.

National Day of Prayer


The National Day of Prayer is an annual observance held on the first Thursday of May, inviting people of all faiths to pray for the nation.  It was created in 1952 by a joint resolution of the United States Congress, and signed into law by President Harry S. Truman.  

The theme for the 2017 National Day of Prayer was "For Your Great Name's Sake! Hear Us...Forgive Us...Heal Us!" 

To read the National Prayer please visit the National Day of Prayer website.

Upcoming Events


Mem Day

Dates to Remember

  • 05/14 - Mother's Day
  • 05/20 - Armed Forces
  • 05//29 - Memorial Day

Coffee with Supervisor Curt Hagman


Have you had a casual conversation over coffee with your County Supervisor? Now's your chance.  Supervisor Curt Hagman will be hosting "Coffee with Curt" on a monthly basis within his Fourth District cities (Chino, Chino Hills, Montclair, Ontario and Upland). The May "Coffee with Curt" took place at the Montclair Police Department.  

Pictured with Supervisor Hagman is Montclair Police Chief Robert Avels and a few residents. 

The next "Coffee with Curt"  will be held Saturday, June 3, 2017 in Upland, co-hosted with Mayor Debbie Stone. Residents are encouraged to share their ideas, express their concerns, and provide input on any topic.

Enjoy a casual conversation over coffee and pastries provided by the Wicked Cow.  


Coffee with Supervisor Curt Hagman

June 3, 2017

8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

The Wicked Cow

131 W. Foothill Blvd., Unit 1

Upland, CA 91786

Co-Host: Mayor Debbie Stone

Sponsored by: The Wicked Cow

RSVP: Coffee with Supervisor Curt Hagman and Mayor Debbie Stone



Featured Pet of the Month provided by Priceless Pets

Tulip is an adorable 5 year old Blue Tick Coonhound blend looking for her furever home!  Tulip was rescued from back East before she was set to be euthanized due to overbreeding.  She is great with other dogs, walks well on a leash, and has the sweetest, calm temperament.  She would love a home that is willing to give her the love and attention she deserves! Could that be you? If so, please contact Priceless Pets at 909-203-3695 or visit their website .

Planes of Fame Museum Celebrates Their 60th


Planes of Fame Air Museum was founded by Mr. Ed Maloney in Claremont, California on January 12, 1957.  At that time it was called "The Air Museum," as there was no need to be specific, because no other air museums existed in the U.S. west of the Mississippi River!

The original collection consisted of just 10 airplanes; the collection has now grown to over 150 aircraft, of which over 50 can still fly.  A number of aircraft on display at the Planes of Fame Air Museum today are the sole surviving examples of their type.  They exist only because a young Ed Maloney remembered the words of General "Hap" Arnold who instructed the Air Force to save at least one example of many different aircraft as possible to create a national museum.  This inspired Mr. Maloney to commit himself to the same goal, and aircraft Museum visitors can enjoy planes that still exist because his personal determination over more than 59 years!

Mr. Maloney didn't think it was enough to just display static aircraft in a museum, he wanted to create a flying museum; an idea that he pioneered.

As the Museum's collection began to grow, it became necessary to find a new home with enough space to house more aircraft.  In 1963, it relocated to nearby Ontario Airport in Ontario, California. A few years later, in 1970, the non-flyable aircraft became part of the "Movie World: Cars of the Stars and Planes of Fame Museum" in Buena Park, California, located near Knott's Berry Farm.  At the same time the flyable aircraft relocated to Chino Airport.  When Movie World closed, the name "Planes of Fame" stayed, since it perfectly described Ed Maloney's museum.

This year Museum celebrated its 60th Anniversary with an ongoing commitment to enabling generations of Museum visitors to experience the sights and sounds of aircraft that otherwise would have been lost to history.

For more information about Planes of Fame Air Museum please visit their website.

Fourth District Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies


Big Al's


Contact Supervisor Hagman

Phone Number: (909) 465-5265

Email: Supervisor.Hagman@bos.sbcounty.gov

Website: www.sbcounty.gov/bosd4/

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