Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Great Park Feasibility Presentation June 17th

From: Don Croucher, CFM / OCFHS

Subject: Re-Presentation of our Great Park Feasibility Study

Well it's that time again. This week on Thursday June 17 our Priority Program Feasibility Study (PPFS) will be presented again to the Great Park Board at their June Board Meeting. Our first PPFS Presentation was on January 28, 2010. At this meeting our Feasibility Study was not approved and was continued to a future Great Park Board meeting. Our PPFS was stalled for a time due to some changes in the Great Park Design Studio staff. Over the past few months we have been working to update our PPFS with more emphasis on the phasing of the building size and funds needed to build.

We encourage all interested parties to attend this GP Board meeting in support of our Fire Museum and Safety Learning Center at the Great Park. You can view the GP Board meeting Agenda on the Great Park web site at: www.ocgp.org. On the GP web site, click on ABOUT, then "Board Meetings", look under "Upcoming Board Meetings" click on June 17 AGENDA. On the AGENDA, go down to item number 5, Click on the blue highlighted heading, Our PDF file will appear in the "Supporting Materials box on the right. Click on the PDF symbol. This will take you to our GP Board Presentation documents such as, Recommended action, Executive Summary and a map of our new location. This will give you a good perspective on what our Feasibility Study (PPFS) is all about. At least this time we are the first item under Business after the Consent Calendar.

You could also send an e-mail to the Great Park Board, in support of our Fire Museum / Safety Center at the Great Park. To send a support e-mail go to their web site at www.ocgp.org and click on ABOUT then click on CONTACT to leave a message. Or send a e-mail to Irvine Mayor Kang at: sukheekang@ci.irvine.ca.us

The Great Park is looking for projects with community support, so please send a message or attend the GP Board meeting on June 17, 10 AM at the Irvine City Hall in the Council Chambers.

We need your support to make this happen!!

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