Correspondence - CS 2-4
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Correspondence - CS 2-4
8/17/2021 1:00:08 PM
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<br />Orozco, Norma <br />From:OLIVOS, GAY D <firstname.lastname@example.org> <br />Sent:Tuesday, August 17, 2021 12:23 PM <br />To:eComment <br />Cc:Hernandez, Johnathan; Irene Cabanas <br />Subject:City of Santa Ana Closed Session Meeting with Real Property Negotiator @ 915 N <br />Flower; 921 N Flower, 925 N Flowers, 842 N Garnsey; 852 N Garnsey, 848 N Garnsey <br />Attention: Mayor Vicente Sarmiento and Councilman Hernandez, et al. <br /> <br /> <br />Re: Closed Session Meeting Today re Sale of Flower St and Garnsey Properties <br /> <br /> <br />Buenos Dias Vicente and Johnathan, <br /> <br />The intent of this email is to implore our City Council to purchase vacant property solely for “Open Space” <br />which is located within the Willard Neighborhood at: <br /> <br />1. Address of Property: 915 & 921 N. Flower Street, 842 N. Garnsey Street, Santa Ana, CA 92703 (APN# 005- <br />142-35, -47, -58) <br /> <br />2. Address of Property: 915 & 921 N. Flower Street, 842 N. Garnsey Street, Santa Ana, CA 92703 (APN# 005- <br />142-35, -47, -58) <br /> <br />3. Address of Property: 925 N. Flower, 852 N. Garnsey and 848 N. Garnsey, Santa Ana, CA 92703 (APN# 005- <br />142-34, -49, -48) <br /> <br />Currently, I see that this discussion of such property will be held today during close sessions. <br /> <br />My no means am I savvy enough to comprehend the verbiage which is displayed on this agenda but I am <br />passionate enough to bring to your attention that we as Willard residents do not want a private developer <br />purchasing this property. <br /> <br />It should be noted that I was involved in the initial Joint Use Agreement between SAUSD and The City of Santa <br />Ana in 2011 – dated Oct 7, 2011 – which was mainly funded by Statewide Park Development and Community <br />Revitalization Program of 2008 under California Proposition 68. As you know these propositions are voted into <br />legislation by us the citizens - who realize the necessity of open space. <br /> <br />Additionally, I pulled the demographics of the Willard Neighborhood from the Statewide Park and <br />Development website and whose data is from 2010 Census <br /> We used this data for the grant monies <br /> The Willard Neighborhood is considered and continues to be a “disadvantage community”. <br /> A typical agency should have a park for every 2,277 residents (2016 NFPA Field Report). <br /> Willard has .32 parks for 1,000 people <br /> We don’t even have 1 full park. <br />1 <br /> <br />
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