• April 10, 2020
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What Is Being Planned For the Great Park?

Here is what is in store for the Great Park. The March 2020 Great Park Development Report contains updates on current and potential development opportunities at the Great Park. Here is a list of potential future projects for consideration.The Orange County Great Park Board is meeting Tuesday, March 24, 2020 at 2pm. OCGPB Agenda eComment […]

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OC Great Park & City Council Meetings Proceed With Restrictions

During these times of social distancing you have the opportunity to participate in the City’s decision making process from the comfort of your own home Tuesday, March 24th Orange County Great Park Board (OCGPB) Meeting – 2pm City Council Meeting – 4pm City business continues but with social distancing. Due to the coronavirus, the public […]

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Orange County Great Park Board – Keeping Residents In The Dark

There are serious transparency questions around hundreds of millions of extra tax dollars Great Park Neighborhood homeowners pay to finance the Great Park. The Voice of OC wrote a three-part series which Mayor Shea openly criticized in today’s article, Irvine City Council Expands Bond Indebtedness For Great Park Neighborhoods. From the dias, Mayor Shea stated […]

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Understanding the Great Park Decision-Making Process: Conversations With Anthony Kuo and John Russo

Photo taken by David Kline For some time now, I have been following Irvine’s decision-making process with regards to city development projects and business matters. Here is how the process works for everything in Irvine, minus the Great Park developments: City staff members study and analyze agenda items and compile their results in a Staff […]

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Great Park Vision Now For Sale?

The Great Park Board of Directors will consider hiring a consultant to develop and implement a Sponsorship Program for the Great Park to attract sponsors and advertisers. However, based on the timeline of events, it appears that this decision was made long ago. The request for proposals to select a firm for implementation was released […]

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Great Park Development Update 

Great Park Board Meeting | Tuesday, February 25th | 1pm in City Council Chambers The City owned Great Park is governed by a five-member Board of Directors consisting of the five Irvine City Council members. With the multi-sports complex complete, the Board is figuring out what goes in the rest of the Great Park. Last […]

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What do you think?

Today, the Anaheim City Council grapples with a city real estate deal.  Could this be a wake-up call, or at least a cautionary tale, for the “publicly owned” Great Park?   At minimum, it reinforces the importance that Irvine leaders show thoughtful planning, and hopefully finalize deals that will maximize financial and community benefits. This […]

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Great Park Developments Picking Up Speed

Today, October 22nd at 1pm, the community will receive the first of a series of monthly Great Park development updates — something the public has requested for over a year. After a presentation from City Manager John Russo, the City Council will discuss their goals and vision for the Great Park. Then at 4pm tonight, […]

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Important: Comprehensive Update on Key Great Park Features

This Tuesday will be the first comprehensive community update on the Orange County Great Park Developments in over a year. This important meeting will take place on October 22, 2019 at 1:00pm in Council Chamber. The public will get to see what projects the Great Park Board (City Council) has been working on and if […]

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Great Park Board Meeting (9/24/19) – Surprises and Concerns

Great Park Board Members Present: Chair Farrah Khan Mayor Christina Shea Mayor Pro Tem Anthony Kuo Council-member Michael Carroll Council-member Melissa Fox The Great Park Board met on Tuesday, September 24, 2019. Here are the highlights: Permanent Location for FivePoint Amphitheatre A representative from Live Nation was invited to address the Great Park Board and provide an […]

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