AIRFAIR SPEAKS AT MEETING OF TUSTIN PRESERVATION CONSERVANCY
AirFair presented a program for the Tustin community at the invitation of the Tustin Preservation Conservancy, Friday evening, 18 January 2008 at the Soul at Home Store in Tustin.
Linda Jennings, president of Tustin Conservancy introduced Melinda Seely, president of AirFair who introduced the speakers: Greg Carroll, Jeanne Price, and Nancy Alston. A question and answer sesstion followed the presentation.
As the mission of the Tustin Preservation Conservancy is to advocate for the preservation of Old Town Tustin, facilitate a better quality of life for the residents, and educate the community about the importance of maintaining this rare and unique area, the goals of AirFair fall in line with that mission.
AirFair believes that containment of John Wayne Airport is the only way that the quality of life can be maintained for all the cities and communities under the JWA flight path: Anaheim, Costa Mesa, Newport Beach, Orange, Santa Ana, Tustin, and Villa Park.
Moorlach (center) feted by Airfair. Homer Blaudau, right, City Manager NB and Mario Mainera, Chief of Staff for Moorlach
RECEPTIONS for Harman and Moorlach
hosted two receptions for local politicians as well as made
presentations to three community groups during the last two months.
Senator Tom Harman and OC Supervisor John Moorlach were both guests of
honor at receptions held by Airfair. (See story and photos about the
Moorlach reception elsewhere on this website.)
Airfair gave a
fundraiser for Senator Harman at Donna and David Shockley's house in
preparation for his second term run for the California Senate in Fall,
2008. Donors were treated to food and drink provided by the members of
Airfair. Harman has supported the aims of Airfair for several years
both by helping members with communication and by writing and speaking
about Airfair with his constituents.