Sunday, February 07, 2016

City Seeks Committee Volunteers

The City of Costa Mesa is currently seeking several residents to serve on the following committees:

Bikeways and Walkability Committee
Cultural Arts Committee
Historical Preservation Committee
Finance Advisory Committee
Housing and Public Service Grant Committee
Pension Oversight Committee

For more information visit the city website HERE, for complete details on the duties for each committee and the number of vacancies on each.  The deadline for applying is 5:00 p.m., Friday, February 19, 2016.

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Anonymous breaking bad said...

Did someone get to Mr. Chris Bunyan like they have several others? This is from Aug. 2008.

The developers have hired a public relations firm to lobby area residents. Slick brochures were mailed out that neglected to detail the severe traffic impacts that the proposed development would have on both Newport Beach and Costa Mesa. Banning Ranch Task Force member, Chris Bunyan, the forum’s underwriter, spoke to the full to capacity audience about the catastrophic effects on local roads if the project were to occur. “The developers want to open 15th-17th Streets in Newport Beach and Costa Mesa. Thus increasing the average daily trips to the currently quiet streets of the Westside; this cannot be allowed to happen, “said Bunyan.

2/07/2016 11:52:00 PM  
Anonymous breaking bad said...

This just doesn't make sense. Now he is doing radio shows and writing articles misrepresenting and attacking the Initiative that is all about trying to give the residents a voice when zoning and other changes are needed to approve high density development. He was strongly against high density. This is not a no growth initiative at all. But the foot soldiers will make false claims that it is no growth. So many questions as to his motives. How does he get on KOCI? Who else is on that radio channel frequently? Is there some connection?

Christopher Scott Bunyan -
Sports agent Mr. Bunyan stated that he’d like to protect Fairview Park and prevent high-density development while promoting affordable housing. Mr. Bunyan is also a long time supporter of protecting and saving Banning Ranch as open space.

2/08/2016 12:11:00 AM  
Anonymous Eleanor Egan said...

How do you get people to volunteer their time and effort for no pay and with no authority, when the results of your work get trashed by the City Council majority? Why bother?

And why is the City Council recruiting volunteers when they already know what decisions the Council majority have made?

2/08/2016 08:38:00 AM  

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