Petition update

City denies Fairview public records request - Part 2 of 2

Benjamin Yessayian
Costa Mesa, CA

Oct 15, 2013 — --== A post from the Friends of Fairview Nature Park ==--

It appears the city of Costa Mesa does not want to do all they can to protect the cultural significance of the last undeveloped Native American site in Orange County. Far from it. Honoring the history of this area with a turnaround or parking lot would be the lowest thing the city could do. This area is too important. Not just for Native Americans, but all people wanting a connection to the past as human occupation of Fairview goes back to 9,000 years ago:

http://www.dailypilot.com/news/tn-dpt-me-1009-fairview-park-records-request-20131007,0,6668507.story


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