Sunday, May 26, 2013

Update: Planning Commission meeting discussion postponed until June 25

NEIGHBORS: A 1947 aerial shows a portion of the Furuta farm, the Wintersburg Japanese Presbyterian Mission complex on the east side of Nichols Lane, south side of Wintersburg Avenue.  On the west side of Nichols Lane is the home of the Nichols family, with whom both the Furuta family and Mission clergy had a friendly relationship.  At the time of this photograph, Wintersburg Village was still unincorporated Orange County.

UPDATE: The next Huntington Beach Planning Commission discussion regarding the draft Environmental Impact Report for Historic Wintersburg (Warner-Nichols) will be 7 p.m., Tuesday, June 25 (the May 28 discussion is being postponed), Huntington Beach City Hall, 2000 Main Street (corner of Main Street and Yorktown Avenue). 

   If you wish to speak on May 28, you may still do so during public comments.  However, in order to have your comments included as part of the administrative record for the Historic Wintersburg project (Warner-Nichols), you should submit them in writing.

   Comments may be emailed to the Huntington Beach Planning Commission via the administrative secretary, Kim DeCoite,  Please reference "Warner-Nichols Project" in your email and request your communication be delivered to the Planning Commission for the June 25 meeting.

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