#HAGMAN - April Edition

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April Edition

Hagman Attracts New Flights to Ontario Airport and Boosts Local Economy



San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors Vice Chairman Curt Hagman is sold on the prospects of Ontario International Airport. "Ontario is poised for explosive growth" stated Hagman. "It is the only designated international airport in southern California with substantial excess capacity both in terms of passengers and cargo. We can grow quickly, and leading that growth is one of my highest priorities."

On Sunday, March 25th, Supervisor Hagman led a delegation on the Inaugural flight of China Airlines from Ontario to Taiwan, which consisted of business and governmental leaders seeking to expand trade between the two countries. China Airlines was brought to Ontario by Supervisor Hagman during previous business trips to Taiwan. 


Since his election as Supervisor in 2014, and subsequent selection to become a member of the governing Ontario International Airport Authority, Supervisor Hagman has led efforts to return the airport to local control, expand both cargo and passenger usage, and bring cutting edge technology to bear on improving the quality of service for airport passengers and businesses. 

Supervisor Hagman is continuing to lead discussions with other airlines and major businesses in Asia. He is also planning to expand his campaign for more trade and jobs in the Fourth Supervisorial District to airlines and businesses in Mexico and South America over the next few years. "The sky is the limit for both Ontario Airport and San Bernardino County" said Hagman. "I'm proud and honored to represent this wonderful part of America we call home to peoples around the world. Expanding trade and tourism through growth at the Airport will mean thousands of jobs for local residents and millions of dollars to our local businesses. Building a better future is my highest goal in public service."

Upcoming Events






Coffee with Curt

Have you had a casual conversation over coffee with your County Supervisor? Now's your chance. Supervisor Curt Hagman has been hosting a "Coffee with Curt" on a monthly basis within his Fourth District cities (Chino, Chino Hills, Montclair, Ontario and Upland). Residents are encouraged to share their ideas, express their concerns, and provide input on any topic.

The next “Coffee with Curt” will be held Saturday, April 14, 2018, co-hosted with Councilmember Gino Filippi, at the Carnegie Library in Upland. 

If you plan on attending “Coffee with Curt” please RSVP at

For more information about this community event, please contact Suzette Dang at

(909) 465-5269.


Business of the Quarter

Can you help Supervisor Hagman bring attention to a great business and community partner in the Fourth District?

Supervisor Curt Hagman is recognizing the best and brightest places to do business within the Fourth District (Chino, Chino Hills, Montclair, Ontario and Upland*), honoring their contributions to our county, with the “Business of the Quarter” award. If you are a customer, employee, and/or contractor for a local business, please nominate them for an opportunity to be recognized. 

Previous Business of the Quarter winners are:

2017 Second Quarter Winner - Core Real Estate located in Chino, CA

2017 Third Quarter Winner - City Rentals located in Ontario, CA

2017 Fourth Quarter Winner - Advanced Custom Manufacturing located in Chino, CA

2018 First Quarter Winner - To be announced in the coming weeks.

If you would like to Nominate a Business, place of work, favorite business, or a business that gives back to the community, and is located within the Fourth District of the County (Chino, Chino Hills, Montclair, Ontario and Upland), then please enter both your information and the business’s information on the application. Each nomination will be reviewed, and a winner will be chosen for each quarter. Please be as detailed as possible when filling out the nomination form on behalf of the business you’d like to see as a winner. 

Nominations for the Second Quarter of 2018 are now being accepted through June 30th. The winner will be announced during the Third Quarter, and all nominations are kept for a period of one year. 

Thank you for helping us bring attention to exceptional businesses in the community! 



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I’m Gia, and I’m a 1-year-old black and orange Tortie. I’ve been at Priceless Pets since February, but I’m looking for a loving family to give me a forever home. I’m super outgoing, and I love to go exploring. I’m very friendly, and I love to socialize with other animals. I can’t wait to be a part of your family!


My name is Budd, and I want to be your buddy! I’m 3 years old, and I’m a Chihuahua Terrier mix. I’m outgoing and friendly, and I love other dogs—but not as much as I love my treats! I can’t wait to cuddle up next to the TV with my new family.  

Hi! I’m Gillian, and I’m 5 years old. I’m very relaxed and passive, but I still love to play. I’m very cuddly and affectionate. I’m well-behaved and obedient, and I know how to sit and shake! I hope that I can come and be a part of your family. 


For more information on how to adopt Ben, Gia, Budd or Gillian please contact West End Animal Shelter at (909) 947-3517 or stop by 1010 E. Mission Blvd, Ontario for a face-to-face visit.

Kaiser Community Luncheon


Continuing its strong commitment to supporting the communities it serves, Kaiser Permanente Fontana and Ontario Medical Centers awarded a total of $730,000 in Community Benefit grants to 44 non-profit organizations. The grants support school districts, community based organizations, clinics, and cities to provide direct programs and services to low income, uninsured, and underserved vulnerable populations throughout San Bernardino County. The 2017-2018 Community Benefit Grant recipients were recognized and celebrated at a luncheon on March 16, 2018. Community Health Association Inland Southern Region was the recipient of a $450,000 grant, which was presented to Deanna Stover Chief Executive Officer, and Nancy young, Board Chair.


Kaiser Permanente San Bernardino County Area’s grant funding is informed by the organization’s Community Health Needs Assessment. For 2017, the grants were awarded to organizations in one of four community health need areas: Access to Care; Chronic Conditions; Mental and Behavioral Health; and Economic Instability (Education Attainment, Homelessness, and Food Security).

Grant funding is just one way Kaiser Permanente helps ensure that good health extends beyond our doors. Community Benefit focuses not just on grant dollars but also includes a deep engagement in community partnerships.

Contact Supervisor Hagman

Phone Number: (909) 465-5265

Email: Supervisor.Hagman@bos.sbcounty.gov

Website: www.sbcounty.gov/bosd4/

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