We really need your help! Please attend the November 17th Fullerton City Council Hearing when we will appeal the decision by the Fullerton Planning Commission that rejected a feasible acquisition plan to save West Coyote Hills as a park.
This isn’t just about a much needed park for this community. This is also about your vote in 2012 that rejected development in West Coyote Hills. It’s about to be ignored through fancy legal double speak. Here’s why.
After the 2012 Measure W vote where nearly 61% of the City rejected development of West Coyote Hills, we repeatedly asked the City to follow through our vote by overturning all development approvals. We exercised our constitutional right to veto our City Council’s decision. There were 6 development approvals that were intertwined. If one was disapproved, so goes the others. This is the “poison pill” language the City purposely wrote into the approvals.