HH is on the November ballot. It is a 20-year long, 1% sales tax increase with many negative financial impacts to both our residents and businesses. If passed by Fountain Valley’s voters, they will increase their city’s sales tax to 9%. Continue reading
The Fountain Valley Chamber of Commerce recently hosted a Fountain Valley City Council candidates forum.
The forum featured these candidates: Continue reading
As you may know, the Fountain Valley City Council is trying to raise the sales tax in their city, via Measure HH, which is on the ballot this November.
Recently a Fountain Valley resident posed a question on the official Fountain Valley Facebook page asking why the page was promoting Measure HH – a very good question indeed. The resident also wondered why the person who was posting as the City of Fountain Valley apparently was posting from Indian Wells, CA. He wondered if perhaps this was a city employee posting at a cushy resort. Good question!
The city’s response was amazing. They wrote: Continue reading
Bob Hall, the City Manager in Fountain Valley, apparently sent out an “Official City of Fountain Valley Voter Survey” by email on February 6, 2016.
The survey states:
“The City of Fountain Valley has hired FM3, an independent public opinion research company, to conduct a public opinion survey of City of Fountain Valley residents to obtain feedback on key issues facing our community”.
Your participation and responses to this survey will be completely confidential. The identity of individual respondents and their individual answers to survey questions will not be shared with City officials.
Thank you for participating in this important research. You may call the City at (714) 593-4412 if you have any questions about the survey. Please click here to take the survey.
Everyone is invited to attend the Fountain Valley Strategic Planning Meeting, on Thursday, 10/29/15, from 8:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Fountain Valley Recreation Center, Park View Room A, located at 16400 Brookhurst Street, in Fountain Valley.
Be sure to arrive on time – a bit early is best. Fountain Valley City Council members, City staff, and department heads will attend. Continue reading
By: Kim Constantine
Widespread awareness all over Southern California is needed about a proposed project….
It’s that of a 65′ high Clear Channel electronic message board with 30-year lease proposed for near the Fountain Valley water tank on Ellis at the 405 Freeway South (10955 Ellis Avenue, Fountain Valley). This towering sign will be seen far and wide…. into Costa Mesa.
Many Fountain Valley and Costa Mesa residents are very much opposed to this project not only for the static, commercial ads to be broadcast for 8 seconds each (more than 10,000 impressions per day), also that they will be able to see this towering sign from their homes. There is much talk of property values being negatively impacted besides dozens of other reasons for the City of Fountain Valley to walk away from this project while they still can. Continue reading