Saturday, March 05, 2016

General Plan Update - Speed Readers Required!


LISTEN TO THE RHYTHM OF THE FALLING RAIN...
Here's something to do as you sit in your cozy abode this weekend and watch the rain fall...
(CLICK ON IMAGE TO ENLARGE)
GENERAL PLAN UPDATE AVAILABLE
After more than two dozen meetings over the past couple years, the City of Costa Mesa released the draft of the General Plan Update yesterday and interested parties - EVERYONE should be interested because this is the road map for development in our city until 2035 - are encouraged to read the document and offer written comments between now and 5:00 p.m., April 18, 2016.

PUBLIC HEARING ON MARCH 14TH
There will be a hearing on this document at the Planning Commission meeting on March 14, 2016.

FOLLOW THESE LINKS...
So, here you go.  At least read the first document, the Notice of Availability,  to give you a sense of the issue and the timing.  It will give you details of amendments to the Land Use Plan and four (4) alternatives.  Click on the title to be taken to the document:

NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY

GENERAL PLAN DRAFT (407 PAGES)

DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT (1217 PAGES)

...OR VIEW THEM AT THESE LOCATIONS
These documents are also available for public viewing at the following locations:
  • Costa Mesa City Hall, Development Services Department, 77 Fair Drive, Costa Mesa
  • Mesa Verde Library, 2969 Mesa Verde Drive East, Costa Mesa
  • Donald Dungan Branch Library, 1855 Park Avenue, Costa Mesa
IT'S GOING TO TAKE AWHILE
So, brew a huge pot of coffee, click on the links and begin the exciting process of seeing how the future of this city is being plotted out.

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3 Comments:

Anonymous Ken Nyquist said...

Somebody has to post on this, so let it be me, who lives 120 miles away because of these thieves..Take awhile to read is right...Took me a long time...You need one hell of a memory to follow along. If you follow the Mitch Miller bouncing ball, I believe you will find the pot of gold that has been the motivator for the current city council majority, and the 5 soldiers who like to spend time harassing citizens from the dais with there voice and vote, enriching themselves along the way.
This General Plan makes very clear where the final piece of retirement income will come from for a few thieves that need a waterboarding to get to the truth. Well there is the FBI...

3/06/2016 12:47:00 PM  
Anonymous Casual Viewer said...

I spotted at red flag in the introduction:

"Providing Great Open Spaces

...At the same time, we are committed to providing spaces for residents in all life stages within these parks for flexible new gathering spaces adaptable to evolving needs. " 

Sports fields in Fairview Nature Park?

3/06/2016 09:59:00 PM  
Anonymous Where's My Coffee? said...

Casual, you could be onto something. Lies and more lies. If we don't get rid of Mensinger out of office this next November, we will lose Fairview Park. If you love Fairview Park, this man has to go.

3/11/2016 05:55:00 PM  

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