Rotten to the core-Fullerton’s core corridor proposed fast track back door road to an urban nightmare.


Cameron Irons “Core and Corridor is a good thing. Read about it beyond Facebook posts. Current system benefits insiders who lobby each project on its own.” NOW IF THAT ISN’T THE POT CALLING THE KETTLE BLACK I DON’T KNOW WHAT IS!


FULLERTON’S QUEEN OF CONFLICT OF INTEREST-HER MAJESTY JENCURT FITZPRINGLE-I like homeless shelters right next to elementary schools too.


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Well after much careful thought, it looks like in a 5-0 vote our beloved planning commission just green lighted an Agenda 21 citywide red light district. Yup, you heard me. How many, is it 40,000 more residential units in addition to the 13,000 residents being added over on Nutwood College town nut house.  You watch as the name of that street will live up to its etymology when you lock up 13,000 people in WiFi prisons with no yards. They will eventually figure it out.>Yes folks we are all gonna get loaded together with special global warming combating sun blocking 8-10 story tall monstrosities spanning entire city blocks to offset the wind blocked landlocked choking emissions of idling cars stuck in traffic garnished with permit denying, job killing in the fast track lane without any transponder and no speed limit. Yup double the population with the stroke a pen. That’s what Felz wants-complete power over development approval. Just imagine the possibilities of selling limitless high priced influence to developers.

What about traffic? Oh that’s a piece of cake. The experts tell us that no one is going to drive anywhere because the 90000 + additional residents will just go downstairs and walk right into yogurt land  to get their breakfast, lunch, dinner, groceries, pills, booze, dime bags, baby formula, toilet paper, oil changed, soccer cleats, or their pet food and never use their cars. Ha ha ha ha ha. Hey look, it is no joke but that is the twisted pretzel logic that is being applied here. Oh yes and then there is the water, yes the water. This thing will sit right over the contaminant plume our our aquifer.

So why would any sane rational elected representative bury this ticking toxic contaminated water plume time bomb in our aquifer under 10 story high rises from here to kingdom come? Do we have any to speak of?  I believe the current council majority comprised of Jan Flory, jennifer Fitzgerald and Doug Chaffee will do anything to generate revenues designed to float the sinking pension ship and to keep the public employee gravy train rolling down the tracks. That is why they were installed by the unions on the Council. Big development brings in big money for the city. Fullerton is for sale. Look folks the two year budget they keep passing will come to haunt all of us when the city finally will have to show all the unfunded pension liabilities on their books next year as a result of a new State law. You know what that means? Well for starters, it could spell the beginning of the end of the City of Fullerton’s solvency. So in the meantime, Jan Flory, Jennifer Fitzgerald, and Doug Chaffee will have to act fast and ram this through before the next election so they can account for the windfall ledger entries of future revenue that this treasonous disaster could bring to the city’s drained coffers.

Oh what about water? So back to the water issue. Oh it’s no problem as it is not even an issue being taken into consideration in this project. It is not even on the stinkin’ table. It only is a problem for you or I if we wanna grow our own food, plant some trees or wash our cars that we wont be able to drive and your ninny neighbor wants to rat you off the the water police. I guess these thousands of units will have to be connected to a massive solar powered condensation, dehumidifying water generating apparatus that is still in secret development while the auto mechanics all will be run out of Dodge at permit point.Yes folks that is what our leaders want to sell us. They all think that we  just fell off of the turnip truck and they tell us this is progress. I am sorry, forgive me as I digress while the planning commission with all of the council members’  empty suit rubber stamp hack appointees look on.

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The Fitzgerald appointee flanked by eyes wide shut on what will destroy Fullerton


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Clueless in Seattle



After being rubber stamped by these development expert hacks who couldn’t find their way out of a wet paper bag, this nightmare will now probably go back to the council with this worthless commission’s blessing in August or September.

Before these three on the council hand over the keys to the kingdom to the fat cat builder man and the combo on the variance lock to some unelected bureaurocrats, like Uncle Joe,

th we  need to fully expose this thing and get it to the voters in November so we can send it to where the sun don’t shine, not rammed through in some back door deal on a midsummer’s night.  When Fullerton’s is gone, she is gone ladies and gentleman.


Yes Maam Chaffee

Yes Maam Chaffee


oh the shark bites with his teeth dear…

From: joe imbriano <>

Date: Wed, Jul 30, 2014
Subject: downtown corridor
To: “” <>, Barry Levinson <>, “” <>, “” <>, “” <>, Bruce Whitaker <>, “Greg Sebourn, PLS” <>
Cc: Fullerton Observer <>, Davis Barber <>

As a resident and a taxpayer, I am requesting that this item be placed on the November Ballot leaving the final approval to the voters. There is absolutely no reason to ram this through right now. This is a one stop shop, one E.I.R., council bypass that, in my opinion, is too huge to be handed off to unelected city staff through the hands of you five. Going forward, there is no objective, honest way that you can conclude that green lighting such a massive project is in the best interests of the residents of this city, especially when hardly anyone knows about it. The insidious irony of projects of this magnitude and nature is that the scope of the public reporting requirements decreases inversely proportionate to the size of the development. Placing this on the ballot remedies that injustice to the residents.

This is leaps and bounds above and beyond the scope and magnitude of what is warranted at this time. It is an immense concession of checks and balances in the City’s long standing traditional approach to planning. Fast tracking makes sense in times of fiscal or other emergencies.The occupany rates of Fullerton housing is no where near 100 percent at this time.

This thing is a total Agenda 21 developer and variance orgy clothed in an affordable housing garb. Send the money back to the state and get Felz to disband the redevelopment has been dream team and you will have doubled your money in 12 months.

In addition, almost none of the claims that this thing makes are even remotely possible to accomplish. Mitigating traffic with a few more trash cans is an insult. I have not even mentioned that there are several legal challenges that will be brought forth if this item is moved forward as it is written.

Put the brakes on this thing and please do the right thing. Let’s look at this through the eyes of your constituents by placing it on the ballot where it belongs.

Thank you.

Joe Imbriano

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  1. #1 by Fullerton = Agenda 21???? on July 30, 2014 - 7:36 pm

    “Everything is backwards; everything is upside down. Doctors destroy health, lawyers destroy justice, universities destroy knowledge, governments destroy freedom, the major media destroy information, and religions destroy spirituality.”
    ~ Michael Ellner

    And, I guess that is why the city of Fullerton wants to fast track an extraordinary amount of new development to support a larger population that will further strain the geoengineered California drought, the impossible Fullerton traffic, and lower the quality of life in our anti-constitutional Agenda 21 city.

    My neighbor has said to me that Fullerton is being destroyed. I guess the developers must be making it worthwhile to some of our city elitists.

    The development needs to be put to a general vote in November.

    • #2 by Joe Imbriano on August 1, 2014 - 6:10 am

      Fullerton is an ICLEI city, which is the legislative arm of the United Nations Agenda for the 21st Century.

      Agenda 21 is treason and sedition. I have asked the five council members at the podium to get us out of ICLEI with no response to date.

  2. #3 by Anonymous on July 31, 2014 - 2:40 pm

    I was reviewing some of the information from the City’s website and this is a horrendous proposal. I don’t think it should even go to the voters in its present form.

    • #4 by rubber stamp Alvarez on August 1, 2014 - 8:33 am

      Nice job approving this disaster

  3. #5 by What you can do on August 1, 2014 - 12:04 pm

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  4. #6 by Shane on August 6, 2014 - 8:58 pm

    Good job on this one. Looks like they are backing off a little.

  5. #7 by Anonymous on January 15, 2015 - 9:18 pm

    This is a huge development deal that Fitzgerald has to get through. Watch her on this one. Pringle isn’t paying her boo koo bucks to play backgammon up there.

  6. #8 by Anonymous on October 15, 2015 - 8:29 pm

    I don’t see how they can think they can possibly get away with approving this right now. We are in the throws of a multi year drought. There is not even enough water for the current residents. How can they justify more building projects?

    • #9 by Corrupt city council on October 16, 2015 - 6:54 am

      Reason and logic will not stop this Fullerton machine.

    • #11 by Fullerton Resident on October 29, 2015 - 4:23 pm

      Did you watch the Planning Commission meeting on West Coyote Hills? What our Water Systems Manager said before the committee should go down in infamy.
      In describing the water allocation for Fullerton he said that the allocation would stay the same with the approval of the West Coyote Homes and it would give us approximately 50% more water per home than those homes are expected to use. QUESTION: If this is true, where is the water shortage? When massive new construction will bring us more water than what will be needed for those residences according to David Schickling. New residences water is no problem but for the 140,000 of us already living here, cut back 28% and only water on two specific days a week or face a large fine. There is definitely something rotten in Fullerton. What kind of double speak are we getting from our bureaucrats?

      • #12 by Chaffee gibberish on October 29, 2015 - 7:42 pm

        It made no sense because it was gibberish. Chaffee made that statement at the last council meeting, I think. I guess he thinks he can tell us anything and we will buy it.

  7. #13 by in the know on October 16, 2015 - 10:53 am

    Way to call out Cameron. What he tried to do with that shelter was way, way, way beyond wrong. I cannot believe he would actually come out in support of this disaster in the making with the Core Corridor project.

  8. #14 by Eileen Mele on January 10, 2016 - 10:00 am

    I am very disheartened by what we put up with today! Euclid is becoming a nightmare to drive. Everything is ugly and brown. Except for the larger houses and golf courses. What’s the Council planning to build on Hillcrest hill?! Too much has already been crammed down our throats.ugly parking structures everywhere. Even St. Jude’s sprawl is ugly and piecemeal, especially when you are an elderly patient. The school system has to suffer as much as the older people here.

    • #15 by Fullerton Lover on January 10, 2016 - 6:22 pm

      I agree with you wholeheartedly Eileen.

      I moved here to raise my children almost 20 years ago because it was everything that Irvine wasn’t.

      The people of Fullerton were so friendly, and shared similar values that I grew up with in the Midwest. That’s what I fell in love with, and that’s why I love Fullerton so much.

      Problem with loving someone or something too much, is that when other people try to hurt someone you love so dearly, you will fight until your dying breath to save her.

      Unfortunately Eileen, I think that the very same people who we had paid well to protect and serve us, the Fullerton Police Officer’s Association, decided to start pooling their allowances together in order to buy a majority on the city council dais to rob us all blind with unsustainable salaries and retirement packages allowing them to retire at 50 on your dime for the last 30 or 40 years of their lives.

      Here’s the salary of the Author of the document that I included in a link:

      …and then ask yourself if you think he’s worth over $1000 a day?

      Read on Eileen, and please let me know if you have any questions about how we got in this morass.

      I’d be happy to help : )

  9. #16 by Fullerton Resident on February 17, 2016 - 2:07 pm

    I like the above title of this post. It also aptly describes our Mayor Fitzgerald….Rotten to the Core.

    As she continually fools the people of Fullerton with her built in ENORMOUS CONFLICT OF INTEREST AS VP OF CURT PRINGLE AND ASSOCIATES, she proudly proclaims that Love Fullerton Day is soon to be here.

    This is a day when the city asks its citizens to help the city do its job by washing police vehicles, cleaning up the park, etc. We pay them very good salaries and the best benefits that money and corruption can buy and they want us to help them do their jobs for free. Only in corrupt Fullerton.

    I think the idea could be a great one with a few major changes. Those changes is where the people of Fullerton help other less fortunate Fullerton citizens with maintenance of their houses or pledging to work at one of the many soup kitchens around town to help feed the hungry and the poor or volunteering to see an elderly resident who can no longer easily leave their homes. This is true volunteerism to help those neighbors less fortunate than ourselves and let the very well paid police department wash their own cars and the Parks employees clean up the parks themselves.

    • #17 by Fullerton Lover on February 17, 2016 - 8:15 pm

      I hope you people here in Fullerton fully understand that volunteering, or having your school children volunteered, for this “Love Fullerton” event, that it’s basically a church sponsored/centered event which is mostly underwritten by Jennifer Fitzgerald’s own church, EV Free.

    • #18 by Fullerton Lover on February 17, 2016 - 8:19 pm

      Love Fullerton

      5 hrs
      We are accepting applications for the Program Director for our United Kids program that will open on Valencia Park Elementary School. It will be following the S.A.Y. Yes! Center® model from Cru ( This center will be gospel-centered and mentor based, focusing on caring for the whole child (spiritually, socially, physically, intellectually and emotionally). Please review the job description and send resumes to

    • #19 by Reality Is.... on February 17, 2016 - 9:12 pm

      You want the police officers to wash their cars? LOL. You think they wash them now? Get a clue. Look at the citizen’s academy and all the other police events. The police here have plenty of support and if you and your 4 cohorts don’t want to be a part of this event, then stay home. You won’t be missed and it will all go off with perfection.



      • #20 by Anonymous on February 18, 2016 - 12:36 pm

        The idea was to not have Fullerton Day mostly about private citizens volunteering to do the routine jobs that our city employees and/or independent contractors should be doing instead.

  10. #21 by Fullerton Lover on February 18, 2016 - 9:48 am

    Here’s a clue..

    The police cars are actually washed at the corner car wash at Euclid and Commonwealth, by individuals who are usually undocumented aliens and felons.

    Do you think that any one of those boys would be interested in joining you on the Fullerton Police Department Cheer Squad?

    • #22 by Reality Is..... on February 18, 2016 - 8:08 pm

      Why would they do that? They get paid to do it! LOL

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