Tuesday, February 03, 2015

A "Consolidated Plan Workshop" - With Enough Notice

The City of Costa Mesa issued a press release today inviting community input at the second workshop on the Consolidated Plan.  You may recall the first one was announced with very short notice a couple weeks ago.  This will be an exercise similar to the many General Plan workshops held over the past couple years. (photo) This meeting will be held at a new venue - the Costa Mesa Senior Center, 695 West 19th Street, on Thursday, February 12, 2015 from 6-8 p.m.  (See map below)

This should be a great opportunity for us to check out the recently-renovated Senior Center - to see how a couple hundred grand of our taxpayers dollars were spent on our behalf.

The entire announcement is shown below:

Public input sought for city's Consolidated Plan at Feb. 12 meeting
Posted Date: 2/3/2015
The City of Costa Mesa Housing and Community Development Division—which is in the process of preparing the city’s Consolidated Plan—and will seek input from residents and other stakeholders at a community workshop from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 12 at the Costa Mesa Senior Center (695 W. 19th Street).

The Consolidated Plan identifies needs and priorities related to housing, community service, public facilities/infrastructure, and economic opportunities that are funded with federal monies. Federal Community Development Block Grant and HOME Investment Partnerships Grant funds are utilized over a five-year period to address the needs outlined in the Consolidated Plan.

Residents and stakeholders interested in providing input may also submit an online survey available on the City’s website.

For additional information regarding the survey or workshop, or to learn more about the Consolidated Plan process, contact Mike Linares at (714) 754-5678 or mike.linares@costamesaca.gov.

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