Only one Fountain Valley City Council Member, Mark McCurdy, voted against the ordinance – and he did so with good reason. As McCurdy pointed out there are cancer patients and others who could benefit from medical marijuana – which should be legal in California because voters passed Prop. 215. Continue reading
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
Do you want to give the Mayor of Fountain Valley more power? (Currently the Fountain Valley Mayor is Steve Nagel).
Currently, all five of the Fountain Valley City Council members have equal power on this.
If tomorrow night’s City Council vote on this is a “yes”, going forward with this and future City Councils, it will become subject to the Mayor’s interpretation instead of going before the entire 5 member City Council. Continue reading
The Fountain Valley City Council is considering plans for a 65′ high Clear Channel electronic message board of 672 sq. ft. (each face) with 850,000 lights and 48″ pole diameter. This digital blight would be placed near the Fountain Valley water tank at Euclid/Ellis at the 405 freeway.
This towering sign will be seen far and wide….into Costa Mesa. It will broadcast commercial, static ads for 8 seconds each. In the event of an Amber Alert or other emergency, that would be broadcast instead. There’s already a sign on this freeway for these types of emergency alerts. Similar existing signage in Costa Mesa at 23′ and 31′ in size. Yet this one will be a towering 65′ tall sign….34 – 42 feet higher! Continue reading
The people of Fountain Valley have been stuck with the same trash hauler, Rainbow, since 1957 because all of the City Councils in the years since have continued a ridiculous evergreen contract with Rainbow Environmental Services.
Why in the world would these politicians willfully choose to rip off their constituents by forcing them to pay more for trash hauling? I imagine that Rainbow has been stuffing the Council Members’ campaign coffers since 1957. Continue reading