Fullerton city officials are working behind the scenes to develop the 65 acre Kimberly Clark site into a massive metropolis of high density housing.


Kimberly Clark’s Fullerton complex

While the State legislature continues to push for the strip mining of local control over massive development, developers have had their sights on the last frontier for Fullerton. This is THE LAST PARCEL OF ITS SIZE left in the community. Developers have been in secret talks with City officials for some time while Kimberly Clark kept a tight lid on their plans to sell off the parcel to developers.

rail lines connect the facility

 

While a zone change is required to convert this property into residential property right now, State law may change all that and very soon. The State is currently deep in the throws of Agenda 21 and with it, a push for transit oriented development. As long as a property is adjacent to rail, SB 827 will allow for massive high density development on the site which overrides any local opposition to the project.

The “KC Spur” off of Kimberly.

The Kimberly Clark Fullerton mill has daily rail service. This rail line serves the facility and will serve the coming metropolis.

Former city manager Joe Felz

A source to the Fullerton Informer indicated that our former City Manager, Joe Felz was reported to have been in negotiations with a group of investors to build approximately 5,000 units on the property, up to 20 stories in height.  This will be the largest development in Fullerton history and could add 40,000 or more people to the city. This is what the project could look like. Pan Pacific investors are actively working to make the nightmare a reality.

Fullerton is an Agenda 21 city and there are plans to double or triple our population within the next 20 years. The project now is simply in the planning stages and in discussions off the record as usual. This deal had been planned years ago, but only now do the hundreds of workers that make good money at the mill finally realize the day is coming where it is all coming to an end.

We are getting very close to losing all local control over development as SCAG, CARB, and the legistalture all usurp their authority as local officials look the other way waiting for the payday. The fact is that there is no stemming the tide of wealth that is literally breaking down the doors to flow into Southern California and turn this place into a high rise metropolis hell hole like in Korea or other parts of Asia that will leave this community unrecognizable in a very short period of time. Our leaders have sold us out time after time. I suspect, in this instance they would sell their sister off to get this deal through. There will be massive bribes involved in this one believe me. This community needs jobs, and a return to its bedroom community way of life not a metamorphasis into downtown Los Angeles which the streets seem to look like more and more.

I am optimistic that we can remain vigilant and vehemently oppose any rezoning of these 65 acres into residential use. Fullerton needs to actively seek and recruit businesses here like there is no tomorrow. When the mill closes late next year, let’s hope, barring the passage of SB 827 or other similar bills, a new generation of residents will be driving to the old KC site to work and be home in time for dinner with their families like they have for decades. A bygone era doesn’t have to be a bygone era, as what once was can be again as long as we stop giving up and fighting for our families, our rights and our quality of life. We must expose and throw out the corrupt officials that are destroying Fullerton.

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  1. #1 by 322 on February 11, 2018 - 9:44 pm

    where do you get this kind of information? There is nothing on the city’s website about this property?

  2. #2 by Anonymous on February 12, 2018 - 3:07 pm

    So many misspellings, Joe. It’s like you don’t even care how idiotic you look.

  3. #3 by Deb a on February 13, 2018 - 6:48 pm

    We need to keep those jobs. And K C !!!! One good place left to work.

  4. #4 by Anonymous on February 17, 2018 - 8:57 am

    Not to sure you can stop the development there once the State law is passed. Of course the City could sue but do you actually think Jones and Meyer would ever do the right thing by the residents? I think not!

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