Is allowing up to 80 dwelling units per acre appropriate?
From Friends for a Livable Fullerton need your signature by the end of Tuesday, February 21!
“Petition Circulators are at
Stater Bros on Euclid and
Ralph’s on Harbor
now until 6 pm Sunday
Stop Overdevelopment by signing the referendum petition that requires the City Council to either repeal or put to Fullerton Voters the General Plan land use change they approved on 1/17 to Urban Center Mixed Use at the old Mullahey/Cone Chevrolet.
Allowing up to 80 dwelling units per acre (1, 2, &3 bedroom units) at this site is inconsistent with the neighborhood and will cause more traffic especially on Commonwealth and Euclid.
Enough! Stop Overdevelopment of Fullerton.
Protect our little piece of paradise today. SIGN!”
UPDATE: There will NOT be petition signers in front of Stater Brothers this weekend. Go to Ralph’s on Harbor Blvd. to sign, or Lolo’s Boutique, below…
From Friends for a Livable Fullerton…
“Starting Thursday, Feb. 9, the all-volunteer petition circulators will be at the following locations for voters registered to vote in Fullerton to sign the petition to put a stop to one more high density project in our town!
Stater Bros on Euclid: 8am to 6pm
Ralph’s on Harbor: 8am to 6pm
Lolo’s a Boutique at the Villa del Sol 305 N Harbor:
Weekdays: 11 am to 7pm
Weekends: 11 am to 5pm
For more information and to help circulate the petition contact Friends for a Livable Fullerton
Phone: (714) 729-3019
Area residents filled the council chambers earlier this month to express their alarm about the oversized buildings planned for 600 W. Commonwealth Ave.
Friends for a Livable Fullerton has launched an effort to reverse the decision by the Fullerton City Council to amend the city’s General Plan to allow for unwarranted Urban Mixed Use designation at the site of 600 W. Commonwealth. Red Oak Investments of Irvine is attempting to build 295 apartment units on the site, in two structures with combined square footage of over 600,000 square feet. Although neighbors complained that the plan does not include enough resident parking, and is out of character with the area and too large, the Fullerton City Council (with Bruce Whitaker dissenting) approved a radical upzoning of the site, allowing more than twice the density of residents anticipated in the city’s General Plan.
FFLF is asking for your help to keep Fullerton a livable city:
“We have a lot to do in a very short time! We are circulating an official petition to overturn the City Council’s approval of the Red Oak High-Density Apartments!
How to Help:
- We urgently need “circulators” to gather signatures for our Red Oak referendum!You must be a registered voter in the City of Fullerton.
- Call or e-mail us TODAY or TOMORROW with your phone and address as we are on a very tight deadline. You can gather signatures at a store or walk a neighborhood. We will sign you up and deliver a petition and a simple training.
- Tell your friends and neighbors in person, e-mail and Facebook. The best thing they can do is sign and circulate our petition, too.
- Call or e-mail us to donate to cover our legal expenses in preparing the referendum (not tax-deductible).”
Phone: (714) 729-3019