Save Coyote Hills is Working

This may be surprising considering the Friends of Coyote Hills is locked in a lawsuit with the City of Fullerton and Chevron-Pacific Coast Homes to uphold the public’s 2012 Measure W vote which should have overturned the City Council’s approval of the...

This is insane!

We need your help this week. Back in June, we had some great news about fundraising. Our State Senator Josh Newman and Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva were pushing two bills to establish a Coyote Hills Conservancy (SB-714) and allocate acquisition fundin...

A Path Forward to Development

As Council Turns Down $15 Million for Coyote Hills Acquisition In the August 2017 issue of the Fullerton Observer, I wrote a somewhat tongue-in-cheek piece titled “I’m All for Saving Coyote Hills… Unless It Can Actually Be Done”. This was in respo...

Measure W Legal Appeal Update

The written argument phase has begun. The Friends of Coyote Hills filed legal briefs in July to appeal the 2015 Orange County court’s decision that Measure W did not repeal the City Council’s approval of the development agreement of West Coyote Hills....

Update: Coyote Hills

The October 2016 court ruling on the 2011 Measure W results put the Save Coyote Hills effort in a state of legal limbo.  Litigation has its risk for all sides.  The Friends have until February 3, 2017 to file an appeal. The Friends of Coyote Hills sued ...