We’ve all heard the stories about the mismanagement and poor planning from the early days of the Great Park project. And more recently, we are hearing about the milestones being reached. Anyone who has recently visited the Park can attest that there is much work ongoing, and headway is being made. However, residents appropriately have […]
Resident Alert Please attend the Planning Commission Meeting tonight at City Hall. The meeting starts at 5:30 pm. The Planning Commission will be discussing all the latest developments in identifying potential sites in Irvine for the Veterans Cemetery.
“The rezoning in this area has been some of the most significant in Orange County and our current infrastructure can’t support the current development that this area has sustained.” “All Irvine constituents of ALL POLITICAL PERSUASIONS identify overgrowth and traffic as one of their primary concerns in Irvine!” “Act in BEST INTERESTS OF CONSTITUENTS!!”
Mari Fujii Irvine, CA ProtectRSJGolfCourse@gmail.com July 24, 2018 Members of the Irvine City Council City of Irvine 1 Civic Center Plaza Irvine, CA 92606 To the Members of the Irvine City Council: My name is Mari Fujii and my husband and I have lived in Irvine since 1990. My husband and I came to Irvine because […]
Transparency is at the heart of this video concerning the Irvine Land Trust (an organization that oversees affordable housing). Robin Gurien addresses the city council and shows the current approach to transparency in Irvine. Prepare to be disappointed. To Quote some of our excellent commenters: “The Land Trust is for those in need, not those […]
Listen to Voice of OC interview our own Karen Jaffe. Here’s a summary of the interview from podomatic.com: Karen Jaffe, a 20-year Irvine resident and recent activist after watching her city streets clog up, talks about recent ballot initiatives in Irvine to address traffic and the power of the issue to drive political campaigns in […]
Long time Irvine resident and one of our own writers, Jeanne Baran, has submitted an op-ed on the VoiceofOC.org. In the article she notes the long, awkward dance to nowhere led by our developer-backed city council majority, in a blatant attempt to ignore the voters who overwhelmingly shut down Measure B. What kind of contortions? […]