Mega-Developer Five Point Communities knew that if Irvine voters were presented with the facts behind the land-swap and rezoning scheme, they would Say NO by Voting NO (which is what happened on June 5th).

But FivePoint tried really hard to deceive voters.  In fact, they spent a million enlisting their favorite politicians, insiders, and political organizations to help them spread “alternative” facts in an attempt to confuse voters with fake news about the Veterans Cemetery.

Our campaign focused on the truth and was completely transparent, obtaining and uploading these supporting documents — directly from public agencies.

Documents obtained from public agencies

U.S. Department of the Interior – U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Boundary Map of El Toro Marine Corps Air Station

2014 City of Irvine Map Showing Proposed Location for the Veterans Cemetery in the Great Park

2014 City of Irvine Vicinity Map Showing Proposed Location for the Veterans Cemetery in the Great Park

2016 Concept Plan for the Veterans Cemetery in the Great Park

2016 Cost Estimate to Build the Veterans Cemetery in the Great Park (extracted from page 4 of Concept Plan above)

2017 City of Irvine Land-Swap Proposal (with maps showing both locations)

2017 City of Irvine Land-Swap Contract

2017 Ordinance 17-08 (Measure B)

2017 City of Irvine Vicinity Map for Land-Swap

2017 City of Irvine Reference Information for Veterans Cemetery

2018 Court Judgement – “No on B” campaign wins lawsuit claiming false or misleading argument

2018 Court Judgment – City Submitted a Partial Ballot Label [meaning biased] and forced to re-write it

April 2018 Campaign Financial Filing Disclosure (Showing that “Yes on B”) has ONE Donor:  FivePoint

Documents prepared by the campaign

Complete Timeline of Veterans Cemetery Issue

Letter from Ed Pope, Chair, Save the Veterans Cemetery in the Great Park

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