A "broad agreement" has been reached to resolve the fate of the 510 acre open space known as West Coyote Hills, Fullerton Mayor Doug Chaffee announced tonight. Reading from a prepared statement at the beginning of the City Council meeting, Chaffee described a "conceptual framework" agreed to by the land owner, Pacific Coast Homes, Friends of Coyote Hills, Open Coyote HIlls and the Trust for Public Lands.
Land trusts are typically non-profit organizations that solicit donations that they then use to buy land for conservation purposes.
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On Tuesday, the Fullerton City Council awarded $15 M in affordable housing funding to three housing developments that will serve low and moderate- income residents. The funds are the remaining proceeds from bonds issued by the Fullerton Redevelopment Agency in 2010; however, following the disillusion of the Redevelopment Agency, the funds remained unspent.
The following story appears in the current issue of Fullerton Stories magazine, which is available around town in shops and businesses. Distribution to Fullerton homes will take place later this week.
The women’s team will be taking on Cal State Bakersfield on Saturday April 19th at 5pm in Titan Stadium as a charity game for Soccer For Hope.