Save the date: NUFF’s next quarterly forum will be held on January 27th, 2020, at which a panel of experts will discuss how the census works and the impact it can have on Fullerton.
Join us at 6:45pm on January 28th at the Fullerton Public Library for a moderated discussion exploring Fullerton’s civic priorities for the coming year. Fullerton Mayor Jesus Silva, Fullerton City Manager Ken Domer, and Pathways of Hope’s Director of Programs Nishtha Mohendra will weigh in on priorities and planning around some of the key issues affecting governance and the quality of life in Fullerton in the coming year.
This is a great chance to make your voice heard and have your questions answered. As part of the program, they will be taking questions from concerned Fullertonions like you. What do you think are the top issues facing Fullerton in the coming year, and how should we as as a city best address them?
Following the recent candidate forum held by NUFF at the Fullerton Public Library last week, NUFF’s membership participated in a survey to choose from among those candidates who had completed and returned the 2018 NUFF Candidate Questionnaire.
On the basis of a combination of their responses to the questionnaire and conversations with attendees at the forum, NUFF’s membership assessed the following candidates as the most qualified candidates for their respective races:
Congratulations to the endorsed candidates. We are also immensely grateful to all of the candidates who submitted questionnaires and participated in the forum, and we commend each of them for their willingness to step forward and serve our community. For more information on all of the candidates and their questionnaire responses, click here.
On March 28th, NUFF members and guests were treated to an informative and engaging presentaton from Joe Felz, Fullerton’s City Manager.
The quality and condition of a city’s infrastructure has a fundamental impact on its quality of life in ways that are both stark and subtle. Joe provided a detailed and thorough overview of how over the past several years, the City has developed a comprehensive and multi-faceted plan for planning for current and future needs while also making needed repairs to the city’s aging infrastructure.
At the end of the presentation, members of the audience submitted questions, which Joe answered with his usual combination of candor and good humor.
You can download a copy of Joe’s presentation by clicking on the link below:
Thanks again, Joe Felz, for both your willingness to make the time for the March NUFF Forum and for your contributions and continued dedication to the City of Fullerton overall.
Also as part of the March meeting, NUFF was pleased to have the opportunity to recognize another significant contributor to Fullerton’s civic life.
Minard’s many contributions and achievement’s over nearly a half-century of service to both the Fullerton school system and to the larger Fullerton as whole. The NUFF board emphatically salutes Minard’s commitment, energy, and spirit, and the city of Fullerton is clearly the better for it.