The Saga Continues

The Fairbanks family, their lawyer and a small band of supporters attended the continued hearing on their property today. The hearing was officiated by Hearing Officer Greg Palmer. Most of the more than 6 hours of testimony taken was dominated by Building Official, Henry Huang. The Fairbanks family attorney questioned Huang about notices, orders and…

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City Ups the Ante

I woke up this Saturday morning to peruse my overnight Facebook and Twitter feeds and found this little tidbit on the the City of Tustin Facebook Page Tustin is concerned that the residents of Columbus Grove have not been informed by TUSD of the Heritage facility change so we mailed this informational piece. Instead of…

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Update on Old Town

Update on Old Town: Bret Fairbanks’ hearing was held yesterday at the Tustin Library. After six hours of discussion , it was continued to September 9, 2011. Please support Bret and his family in this matter. We will keep you posted as soon as there is something to report. Here is a complete report from…

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“It’s Old Town, Elizabeth”

“It’s Chinatown, Jake.” It’s a great punchline from a well known Jack Nicholson classic. And, just like that great movie, this tale encompasses dark individuals and shadowy connections in government. Most readers are familiar with the Fairbanks property, a private residence built circa 1929 in Old Town Tustin.  Bret Fairbanks has been trying to sell…

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