Here is the video clip of the Madrona project approvals being rescinded. Brea City Attorney Jim Markman provides the introduction, Councilmember Marty Simonoff moves to rescind the approvals, Councilmember Christine Marick seconds the motion, and it was approved unanimously.
The Brea City Attorney explains at the January 16, 2018 City Council Meeting what his initial take is of the Supreme Court’s denial of the developer’s request for review of the Madrona project. In short, he believes the project can’t … Read More
The California Supreme Court has just turned down the developer’s request for review of the Madrona Project. Game Over. We won. After a 17 year battle to stop Madrona, a dangerous hillside development of 162 houses deep in the … Read More
At the last minute last week, acting as the trustee for the bankrupt Madrona property, the State of Idaho filed an appeal with the California Supreme Court asking it to overturn Hills For Everyone’s Superior Court and Appellate Court victories. Please donate … Read More
Yesterday the Esperanza Hills appellate court victory was announced to Yorba Linda residents and today we get to announce Madrona’s court victory. YES! We just received word from our attorneys at Shute, Mihaly, and Weinberger that the 4th District Court of Appeals … Read More
One week ago, Hills For Everyone and other co-petitioners got the decision from the judge that indeed, the City of Brea had violated its own planning laws. The judge filed a minute order, which requires the winners (us) to file … Read More