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FCA 2020 Annual Meeting

2020 Annual and Town Hall Meeting           When:       Monday, March 2, 6:30 PM       Where:      Trinity Presbyterian Church                                (Corner 17th and Prospect) Attend the FCA Annual Meeting with your neighbors to learn what the all-volunteer FCA has been doing for you, and to learn from County Agencies what their plans are for North […]

RV parking pro and con

N. Tustin Notes: RV parking Pro and con By Scott Logue The Foothill Communities Association (FCA) is aware of a proposed clarification by the County of Orange to its existing nuisance ordinance regarding recreational vehicle (RV) parking on residential properties. The change proposed by the county involves adding the three words, “or recreation vehicle” to […]

Super Heroes 2019

The Tustin Community Foundation recognizes, once a year, individuals who make outstanding contributions to the Tustin area community. The Foothill Communities Association nominated Lori Chew. Lori was recognized for Chairing the Steering Committee to Save The Racquet Club and providing the necessary leadership. Rick Nelson was recognized by the Tustin Community Foundation (TCF) for building […]

Candidates Forum

FCA organized a forum for candidates running in the special election for Supervisor of District 3. The forun opend with a two minute statement by each candidate, folled by one hour of Q&A, followed by a closing one minute statement by each candidate.

FCA Annual Meeting 2019

         When:       Monday, March 4, 6:30 PM                                       Where:      Trinity Presbyterian Church                                                           (Corner 17th and Prospect) The Annual and Town Hall Meeting of the Foothill Communities Association is open to the public, and everyone is welcome. Note that we have a different venue – the Fellowship Hall at Trinity Presbyterian Church […]

Settlement Reached

For the last year, FCA has opposed a proposed development along Newport Blvd. across from the Rocking Horse Ridge development. We were opposed to the proposed higher density (10,000 sq. ft. per lot) than the surrounding North Tustin properties, the view from Newport Blvd., and potential fire issues. We filed a lawsuit in January to […]