WELCOME LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
The Fullerton Infomer website documents a long train of
abuses, corruption, lies, dereliction of duty and just outright bad stuff going on within our City Government. If you have the time, we have the information. Just browse all the articles on this site and videos on my You Tube Channel and one of two things will take place. You will either wake up vote for me or you will go back to sleep and you will get more of the same. The choice is really up to you.
The entire establishment is locking arms to keep me from holding office and for good reason. The entire Fullerton Establishment on both the left and the right is corrupt to the core. They have driven Fullerton right into the ground. It is just where we are folks. Drastic action is needed immediately and I am the only candidate with a proven plan, that will not back down, who is not for sale and I cannot be bought.
I call for a moratorium on all new major development in Fullerton. This moratorium will remain in place until the roads in Fullerton are repaired and improved, and also until water rationing is lifted.
Currently, most of Fullerton’s roads are in a terrible state of disrepair, and they cannot handle the existing high traffic loads. Fullerton’s roads are clearly worse than the roads in other surrounding cities, and traffic jams during rush hour times seriously clog many streets, especially in the downtown and College areas. In addition, Fullerton doesn’t have enough water supply to serve its current population; residents are forced to not water their yards on most days of the week. When Fullerton’s water supply problem is solved, at that time new major development projects can be considered, but until then, any new major development project that adds dozens or hundreds of more people to Fullerton’s current population will only extend and make worse our water rationing system.
I am proposing that the Fullerton Voters retain the right to give final approval to any new major development project that results in the building of 10 units or more per acre or the construction of a building 3 stories high or higher. This moratorium would still allow a person to renovate his or her house or build a granny unit in their backyard, but the “new major development” projects my moratorium would not allow would be similar to the type of projects Yorba Linda has its residents give final approval to. The DCCSP and College Town, for example, would definitely not be allowed. This should be informative to many of you who probably are unaware that Yorba Linda already has a smart growth ordinance in place–one that was approved in an initiative–Measure B.
Precedent in Fullerton goes back the 1973 9-month building moratorium for the East Coyote Hills. This moratorium was approved by a 3-2 vote of the City Council. One of my colleagues was the one instrumental in getting the Mayor (Bob Ward) to introduce it.
Ladies and gentlemen, the time is now to get behind Joe Imbriano who will lead the charge to get out in front of the issues just like I have successfully been doing as a private citizen activist for years In Fullerton and other California communities. Together, we can protect Fullerton for generations to come.
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