Why is the Aliso Viejo City Council ignoring the needs of part of their community? Aliso Viejo Council Members Carmen Cave, Bill Philips and Phil Tsunoda all voted to spend over a million dollars on the Little League fields (privately owned by Aliso Viejo Community Association), but have turned their backs on the one segment of their community that needs the most help.
Many residents say they love the Aliso Viejo’s Iglesia Park, but they’ve asked for public restrooms for more than five years, and the park’s design creates safety risks: a soccer field covered in gopher holes and mud, an unkempt trail behind the tennis courts littered with trash, poor lighting in the back of the park. But many say the city doesn’t seem to notice these problems, according to the O.C. Register. Continue reading