Preserve. Protect. Restore.
Sept 21 City Council Meeting
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If you love Fairview Park and want to keep it a passive nature park then, PLEASE email the Costa Mesa City Council and tell them before the
Sept. 21st meeting:
Silent Gliders ONLY in Fairview Park (Fairview Park Master Plan pg.33) No RC Planes, Drones, or Helicopters
No grading on a vernal pool watershed
Protect the Natural and Archaeological Resources in Fairview Park for present and future generations.
Fairview Park is a unique nature park with the only vernal pools left along the California coast north of San Diego. Endangered and threatened wildlife and Species of Special Concern are disappearing from Fairview Park due to the degradation of their habitats over the years. It is TIME NOW to protect these rare resources and restore Fairview Park so we can all really enjoy and thrive from its spectacular beauty that makes us healthy and happy. Please contact your elected officials asking them to vote to allow Silent Gliders Only.
All City Council (714) 754-5107 email@example.com
John Stephens, Mayor (714) 754-5285 firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrea Marr, Mayor Pro Tem (714) 754-5285 email@example.com District. 3
Manuel Chavez, Council member (714) 754-5285 firstname.lastname@example.org District 4
Loren Gameros, Council member (714) 754-5285 email@example.com District 2
Jeff Harlan, Council member (714) 754-5285 firstname.lastname@example.org District 6
Don Harper, Council member (714) 754-5285 email@example.com District 1
Arlis Reynolds, Council member (714) 754-5285 firstname.lastname@example.org District 5
Janet Hauser, Executive Secretary (714) 754-5107 email@example.com
Cc: Brenda Green, City Clerk firstname.lastname@example.org
Constituent Services Te
am (714) 754-5105 email@example.comLink to identify your District and the Council Member who works for you:
We are on a mission to restore, preserve, and protect Fairview Park in Costa Mesa, CA for present and future generations.
Maintaining the biological and archaeological resources, we strive to sustain Fairview Park as an open, undeveloped, natural park, for public enjoyment in perpetuity.
We protect Fairview Park’s natural beauty and native species, while ensuring the community has a safe and fun place to explore the great outdoors.
With a goal to restore the native ecosystem at Fairview Park for both wildlife and future visitors, Fairview Park Alliance hosts volunteer events and restoration days to remove invasive species that threaten the natural beauty and native inhabitants of Fairview Park.
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The Fairview Park Alliance is dedicated to educating the public of the natural beauty and live habitats within Fairview Park. Your donations help fund community education and preservation and clean-up tools.
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