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Downtown Core & Corridors Specific Plan
Advisory Committee

Downtown Core & Corridors Specific Plan
Advisory Committee

Committee Members


West Commonwealth
Jonathan Menkes
Kerri Cacciata Minton
Jane Rands

Orangethorpe / Magnolia
Kitty Jaramillo*

Orangethorpe / Brookhurst
Chris Cook
Adam Moore

Orangethorpe / Euclid
Sinh Dang
Terri Prado
James Renick

Orangethorpe / Harbor
Aaron Gregg
Jefferson Kim

Brea / Harbor
Andrew Carroll
Gabrielle Stava
Ted White

Downtown Core
Justin Brechtel
Antisha Terry
Ken Parsons

East Corridor
William Mathews
Jim Sanders
Catherine Weflen

Elizabeth Hansburg*
Timothy Higgins


Korean Community Partner
Ellis Cha
Virginia Han
Ted Kim

Latino Community Partner
Kitty Jaramillo*
Alexander Santana
Raul Valdivia*

Development Community
Bill Brown
Broker / Realtor
Carl Byers

Business Community
Scott Dowds
Theresa Harvey
Erik Hugstad
Desiree Stimson
Julie Tyner

Historic Preservation
Bob Linnell

Parent Teacher’s Association
Elizabeth Hansburg*

Youth Community Partner
Raul Valdivia*

Non-Profit Community Based
Jane Reifer / Transit Advocates of OC

 * This individual represents two primary categories

The City of Fullerton is embarking on a Specific Plan effort to guide the future vision for the Downtown Core and Corridors areas and ensure our downtown and the surrounding neighborhoods are thriving and sustainable. The study area encompasses approximately 1100 acres and includes the commercial area of downtown, the corridors that flow into and out of the core and the neighborhoods adjacent to these important portions of our City. We want to understand from the community what they would like to see improved, their concerns and how they would like to enhance current conditions.

Downtown Core and Corridors Specific Plan will provide direction to help shape the vision of a better Fullerton specifically related to: enhancing city gateways; providing better landscaping, lighting and sidewalks; fostering thriving stores, restaurants and businesses; improving the conditions of our neighborhoods; improving public spaces and determining what reinvestment in Fullerton will look like. To learn more about the project and join the on-line conversation, please visit www.fullertonplanningforum.com

The Committee will meet throughout the planning process concluding in September, 2014. Meeting locations will vary and will be noted in the Agenda for the specific meeting date.

If you do not see the Agenda or Minutes for the Downtown Core & Corridors Specific Plan Advisory Committee meeting you are interested in, please >email SusanaF@ci.fullerton.ca.us.