Now that the Orange County Superior Court has ruled that the June 5th ballot language must include the fact that Measure B would allow FivePoint to relocate its massive development projects from the El Toro “Y” into the Great Park (moving the State-approved Veterans Cemetery to the freeway interchange), Irvine residents appear even more adamant about voting NO on Measure B on June 5th. Click here to see the ballot language FivePoint tried to get away with and the Court-ordered ballot language.
The sentiment against Measure B is so strong that the NO on B lawn signs are popping up in yards across the city.
While FivePoint and their consultants spend millions spreading “alternative facts,” about Measure B, Irvine families are voicing their opposition to Measure B, neighbor to neighbor, lawn by lawn.
Hundreds of Irvine households have posted lawn signs in their front yards, letting their neighbors know about the importance of voting NO on B.
Irvine residents understand that Measure B threatens our long-planned Veterans Memorial Park & Cemetery and threatens our quality of life here in Irvine. Veterans deserve a final resting place worthy of their service to our nation. That’s why the tranquil Great Park was selected as the perfect location to honor our local heroes. If Measure B passes, FivePoint will move their massive development projects from the El Toro “Y” into the Great Park, making Irvine’s traffic crisis even worse and threatening our quiet neighborhoods.
We must protect the Veterans Cemetery and we must protect our quality of life by voting NO on Measure B on June 5th.
To learn more about the “NO on B” campaign, click here.
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