Tuesday, August 09, 2016

Final Open Space Master Plan Workshop

The City of Costa Mesa will hold the final Community Workshop for the Open Space Master Plan on Wednesday, August 10, 2016 from 6:30 - 9:00 at the Costa Mesa Community Center, 695 West 19th Street, Costa Mesa.

This is your last chance to actively participate in the creation of the Open Space and Recreation Master Plan.
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Anonymous Casual Viewer said...

It's sad that people give up their free time to come to these meetings and then put a lot of thought into the process only to be ignored by the council majority. The law requires public input, but it doesn't require the councilmen to listen. I'm not saying they have to make every decision solely based on what a few people say, but their input should at least be considered and not ridiculed or belittled.

8/10/2016 08:45:00 AM  
Anonymous Muffin Top Bob said...

These Councilmen will be listening in November when one doesn't get re-elected(Mensy), one gets pushed out the door for good(Gary) and one becomes a part of the Council minority(Riggy).

8/10/2016 10:06:00 AM  
Anonymous Where's My Coffee? said...

If the Smart Growth Initiative and the FPPA (Fairview Park Preservation Alliance) Initiative don't pass, this city is set to become a bigger mess than it is now. Thanks to Rig and Mensinger it has become a developers' paradise. Traffic from their high density projects up and down Harbor and Newport Blvds. will increase traffic by an estimated 25%. Open space is considered the "decks" on these projects.

The pro developer initiative that Rig is attempting to use to confuse residents is called Costa Mesa Residents Against the Power Grab. How many residents do you think will fall for that? Don't be confused by Righeimer and Mensinger and their tricks. Vote for the real initiative to save Fairview Park or you will find a road through the middle of it. I kid you not.

Either voters educate themselves or we lose the wonderful way of life we have, and become something akin to Wilshire Blvd. and Santa Monica.

8/12/2016 07:49:00 AM  

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