Thursday, July 25, 2013

Commission Will Discuss Signs and Lights at Fairview Park Tonight!

Tonight, beginning at 6:00 p.m. in City Council chambers, the Costa Mesa Parks and Recreation Commission will meet to discuss several items.  I posted about this earlier, HERE, but really booted it when I ignored the item on the agenda involving a planned modification to Fairview Park!

According to the staff report 9c titled "Fairview Park Entryway Concept Plans", the staff will ask the commission to approve conceptual designs for many new elements at Fairview Park, including parking lot lighting.  You can read the staff report and see the exhibits HERE.
For those in the community with strong feelings about Fairview Park, attention should be paid to this item.  If you cannot attend the meeting in person, you can view it on CMTV, Channel 3 on Time Warner Cable and Channel 99 on ATT U-Verse, and see it live on streaming video at the city web site, too.

I apologize for not giving you more notice on this important issue - I was transfixed with the proposal for the performance audit of the Costa Mesa Country Club.  Guess I'm not a multi-tasker.

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Anonymous OCGOP sux said...

Don't CM parks close at dusk?*

*unless there is an Estancia football game where Steve can make some money on parking.

My bad.

7/25/2013 05:13:00 PM  
Anonymous JT said...

The city and parks commission dropped the ball by not notifying people that live close by until just yesterday.

30 parking spaces, a mile of concrete trails, and more municipal lighting for a nature park that closes at dusk.

This is the only park we have where you can watch Kestrels, White Tailed Kites, Red Tailed Hawks, Owls, and other birds hunt in the very area where they plan on adding more asphalt and concrete.

Save at least one park as a nature park! Asphalt and concrete belong in the Target center parking lot and urban city parks, not Fairview.

7/25/2013 05:45:00 PM  
Anonymous Heart for Costa Mesa said...

Is there no respect for the work of the Citizens Advisory Committee? Maybe the local control-freaks failed to stack it properly.

7/25/2013 08:16:00 PM  
Anonymous More BS said...

How come the trail from the parking lot doesn't go to Waldorf School, where the Pop Warner is? I thought this was all about parents picking up their kids, yet the trail runs off into Fairview Park. Is there something missing on this drawing?

7/26/2013 08:49:00 PM  

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