URGENT notice by Barry Levinson!
FULLERTON CITY COUNCIL HAS TEMPORARILY POSTPONED DECISION ON SHUTTING DOWN LAGUNA LAKE UNTIL TUESDAY JUNE 2 COUNCIL MEETING AT 6:30 PM.
PLEASE MAKE PLANS TO ATTEND THIS MEETING AND BRING AS MANY NEIGHBORS AND FRIENDS AS POSSIBLE.
WITHOUT A TERRIFIC TURNOUT, I BELIEVE THE CITY WILL SHUT DOWN LAGUNA LAKE AT THE SAME TIME HOPING TO BUILD DOZENS OF 7 – 8 STORY BUILDINGS THROUGHOUT FULLERTON BY PASSING THE DOWNTOWN CORE AND CORRIDOR SPECIFIC PROJECT IN THE NEAR FUTURE. THE MAIN BENEFIT OF THOSE HIGH DENSITY BUILDINGS WOULD BE TO INCREASE THE TAX BASE SO THAT THE CITY CAN CONTINUE TO KEEP FUNDING THEIR SALARIES AND EXORBITANT PENSIONS. IT CERTAINLY WOULD ALSO BE A FINANCIAL BOON FOR DEVELOPERS AND THEIR HIRED CONSULTANTS JUST LIKE THE ONE OUR OWN CITY COUNCIL MEMBER JENNIFER FITZGERALD REPRESENTS AS A VICE PRESIDENT.
QUESTION TO FULLERTON CITIZENS? DON’T YOU THINK THAT THIS MIGHT BE A CONFLICT OF INTERSET FOR MS. FITZGERALD?
QUESTION? IS IT FAIR TO ASK FULLERTON HOMEOWNERS TO REDUCE THEIR OUTDOOR WATER CONSUMPTION BY 50% AS STATED BY OUR WATER DEPARTMENT MANAGER WHILE THE CITY HOPES TO ADD THOUSANDS OF NEW HOUSING UNITS IN THE NEAR FUTURE WHICH WILL INCREASE THE DEMAND FOR OUR WATER?
DEMAND THEY KEEP LAGUNA LAKE OPEN AND DEMAND A MORATORIUM ON FUTURE NEW MAJOR DEVELOPMENTS. ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! FOR ONCE MAKE OUR CITY GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTABLE TO THE PEOPLE. LET OUR COUNCIL AND CITY MANAGER JOE FELZ KNOW WHAT WE THINK OF THEIR HORRIBLE PLANS TO RUIN OUR CITY AND DEGRADE THE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR ITS CITIZENS GOING FORWARD!
SEE YOU AT FULLERTON CITY HALL COUNCIL MEETING ON
TUESDAY JUNE 2 AT 6:30 PM.
P.S. Earlier today I commented under Mayor Greg Sebourn’s Facebook page post about the recent lighting ceremony for the historic Fox Theatre. I stated that it was indeed a great day to celebrate our saving of the Fox Theatre and a new milestone in its eventual reopening. After all I am Charter Supporter of the Fox Theatre Remodel.
I then stated that I would hope that all of Mayor Sebourn’s supporters would also get behind the saving of an even older landmark in our city, namely Laguna Lake. I then asked them to come to the next council meeting to show support for keeping Laguna Lake open.
Not five minutes went by when my Facebook Friend relationship with Mayor Sebourn was apparently revoked. Did my free speech concerning Laguna Lake offend the Mayor? Does the Mayor not believe I have a right to express my opinion as it relates to another landmark in our city?
I REPORT, YOU DECIDE!