Meeting Time: November 02, 2020 at 6:30pm PST

Agenda Item

8. 20-812 MAJOR SITE PLAN, TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP, VARIANCE, ZONING AMENDMENT, DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT AND CERTIFICATION OF FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT FOR INDUSTRIAL LOGISTICS CENTER AT 2001 EAST ORANGETHORPE AVENUE (Goodman Logistics Center Fullerton)

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    Guest User 12 months ago

    . The avocado trees, we identified as Fuerte, to be around 80 years old.
    The citrus, Valencia variety orange, were still in good shape. Pruning would bring them back.
    Preserve this grove for history. It would be a very good civic investment for local authoritiesm community keep this historic grove intact.These magnificent trees that stand as one of the last symbols of what Orange County was known for "Fruit Supplier to the World"
    Cheers,
    John D. McNeill
    Chairman, OC Chapter CRFG

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    Denise da Silva 12 months ago

    At a minimum, please vote to conduct a tree survey and biological assessment of the wildlife.

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    Guest User 12 months ago

    D. Vena
    I ask that a tree survey and biological assessment of the wildlife and historical trees and orchards be done on this Kimberly Clark property. I advocate for their preservation as much valued, historical, and needed trees and open space in this area of south Fullerton.

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    Guest User 12 months ago

    Please stop taking nature and building apartments on the land. Fullerton has turned into ugly apartments with no parking. Sad.

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    Guest User 12 months ago

    Tony Package. I realize we must develop this property and I trust your judgement on reviewing the best use. My concern is that the orange grove trees with be eliminated from the ORANGE COUNTY Scene. My suggestion is to allow a group like
    second Harvest etc. go in and pick the trees for distribution to homeless or food challenged. The Valencia trees are ripe for the picking NOW
    Also some effort be made to trap the myriad of wildlife that has made these groves home and move to another park area.