#HAGMAN - August Edition

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August 2018

National Night Out 2018


National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police, fire, and community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live.  It enhances the relationship between neighbors and first responders while bringing back a true sense of community under positive circumstances.

Millions of neighbors take part in National Night Out across thousands of communities from all fifty states, U.S. territories and military bases worldwide on the first Tuesday in August. Some neighborhoods host block parties, festivals, parades, cookouts and other community events with safety demonstrations, seminars, youth events, visits from emergency personnel, exhibits and much more.

To go along with National Night Out, the County of San Bernardino kicked off its new #Vision4Safety campaign. The Vision4Safety campaign aims to bring people together to create safer neighborhoods, schools, and workplaces in all of our cities, towns, and communities. Join a neighborhood watch group, support after-school activities for kids, learn how to prepare for emergencies, and get professional safety tips to keep you and your family safe.

For more information on the Vision4Safety campaign, please visit www.Vision4Safety.com. 

Take a look at some of the events in the Fourth District on National Night Out, Tuesday, August 7, 2018:



Chino Hills


Upcoming Events




Concerts in the Park:

City of Chino
7:00 P.M. at Chino Civic Center

City of Ontario
5:00 P.M. at Ontario Town Square

City of Upland
7:00 P.M. at Memorial Park


Movies in the Park:

City of Ontario
7:00 P.M. at Ontario Town Square







Business of the Quarter


San Bernardino County Supervisor Curt Hagman is happy to announce that the winner of the Business of the Quarter Award for the Second Quarter of 2018 is Action Embroidery in Ontario!

Action Embroidery is located at 1315 W. Brooks St. in Ontario. They have produced high quality embroidered emblems for over sixty-five years. Action Embroidery was founded by Mr. Harry Silna in New Jersey back in 1943 as Art Embroidery. The tradition of unsurpassed quality in the embroidery field has been fulfilled by two generations of family ownership. Under the present ownership of Mr. Ozzie Silna, son of the founder, Action Embroidery moved its facilities to Ontario, California in 1986 and has been producing high quality embroidered emblems and products in its corporate complex encompassing over 20,000 square feet. They take great pride in supplying the embroidered insignia worn by our Armed Forces. The insignias are manufactured in the USA and are made to military specifications. Supervisor Hagman will be visiting Action Embroidery in the coming weeks to personally congratulate owner Ozzie Silna. Congratulations again to the Action Embroidery team!

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. 

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

The Eaton Family Legacy Lives On


On Saturday, July 21, 2018, former Mayor Paul Eaton passed away at his Montclair home of 53 years at the age of 82, nearly two weeks after announcing his retirement. "It is with great sadness to hear of the passing of former Montclair Mayor Paul Eaton.  On behalf of the County of San Bernardino, I extend our sincerest and deepest condolences to the Eaton Family," Supervisor Curt Hagman posted via social media.  "I have worked with Paul on many committees and know he represented the city well, and always made it his priority when making decisions that would affect his beloved city. He will be missed dearly," commented Supervisor Curt Hagman. 

After 23 years of leading Montclair, Mayor Paul M. Eaton decided to retire due to health circumstances.  His retirement was effective Thursday, July 5, 2018, just a few months shy of the end of his sixth term.

Mayor Paul Eaton served the City of Montclair with honor and distinction for the last 48 years. He began his service in 1970 on the Montclair Community Action Committee, was appointed to the Planning Commission in 1974 where he served for 14 years, was elected to the City Council in 1988, and finally, was elected Mayor in 1995.

Always focused on service to his community, Mayor Paul Eaton was instrumental in constructing the sanctuary at Bethany Baptist Church of Montclair, served on numerous committees and agencies, including Chairman of the Montclair Successor Redevelopment Agency, Montclair Housing Authority, Montclair Housing Corporation, Montclair Public Financing Authority, Montclair Community Foundation, and served on the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority and the San Bernardino County Association of Governments.

"When I brought my young family to the city in 1965 I knew there was something special here but had no idea what a profound impact these 5.52 square miles would have on my life, or that this journey of service would truly become my life's avocation," Eaton said in a letter issued in City Manager Edward Starr's weekly report on July, 5.

During his tenure, Mayor Paul Eaton helped drive the construction of the new police facility, youth and senior centernumerous road infrastructure projects, helped secure future Gold Line light rail service to the Montclair Transit Center, and helped develop the North Montclair Downtown Specific Plan.

On Monday, July 16, 2018, during the city council meeting, Ginger Eatonwas presented with certificates and resolutions for her husband’s service to the City of Montclair. Later that same evening, Ginger Eaton was appointed as the Mayor to serve out the remaining six months of her husband's term.  Mayor Ginger Eaton is the first female Mayor to serve Montclair.


A Celebration of Life for Paul is tentatively scheduled for 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, August 18, 2018at the Montclair Senior Center, 5111 Benito Street, Montclair. In lieu of flowers, the Eaton family requests donations be made to the Reeder Heritage Foundation, 5560 Cambridge Street, Montclair, CA 91763.


Thinking about adopting a four-legged friend? Supervisor Curt Hagman has partnered with three local animal shelters to feature adoptable furry friends each month. This month the featured animals are from Priceless Pets located in Chino Hills.


Hi my name is Youki, but you can call me “sweetie pie” like everyone else. I am a two month old female shorthair grey tabby. I am great with kids and fairly mellow for a kitten my age. My favorite pastime while I wait for my forever home is playing with my brothers and sisters. We are all hoping to find our own human families soon!

Hello my name is Boogie! I am a one year old male snowshoe cat who was rescued from being euthanized at a shelter in Costa Mesa. I love making new friends, cuddling, and climbing. I get along well with just about everyone and I can’t wait to meet my forever family!


Hello my name is Scooby! I am a one year old male Great Dane mix. I was rescued from being euthanized at a shelter in Riverside. I don’t think you’ll find a more wonky and loveable dog out there. I am great with just about anybody, but watch out, I give a killer bear hug. Come visit me and I’ll give you one…as long as you promise to take me home!

For more information on how to adopt Youki, Boogie, or Scooby, please contact 
Priceless Pets at (909) 203-3695 or 
stop by 2587 Chino Hills Pkwy, Chino Hills for a face-to-face visit.

Contact Supervisor Hagman

Phone Number: (909) 465-5265

Email: Supervisor.Hagman@bos.sbcounty.gov

Website: www.sbcounty.gov/bosd4/

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