60th Anniversary Committee Making Progress
The latest meeting of the Costa Mesa 60th Anniversary Committee Thursday night showed excellent progress.
LOWERY AND JOYCE
The meeting, chaired this time by Vice Chair Melinda Lowery with the absence of Chair Mike Scheafer, again broke into sub-committees to further flesh out budget issues and begin working on time lines. Public Affairs Manager Dan Joyce, on hand to help answer questions, will compile the results of these efforts and coordinate the activities next Thursday, at what may be the final meeting of the month for the group.
FINE-TUNING THE NUMBERS
Tentative budget numbers compiled by the individual sub-committees indicate a financial requirement of somewhere north of $270,000 for all anticipated events. Those numbers will be fine-tuned by Joyce and the committee and the whole package will be presented to the City Council at it their meeting on February 5th.
DEDICATED VOLUNTEERS, WORKING HARD
From our observations of the planning going on over the past couple weeks, the volunteers and staffers assigned to this task are working hard with very good progress. After all the planning is finalized and the council signs in with comments and financial commitments the real hard work begins. That's when more volunteers will be required to help the committee complete the events being planned.
As stated last week, folks and organizations interested in volunteering for one or more of the various events should contact Christine Cordon at City Hall by email at CHRISTINE.CORDON@costamesaca.gov or by telephone at 714-754-5121.