By A.J. Hazarabedian
As a follow up to a previous post, the Orange County Register is reporting that the Seal Beach City Council voted to move forward with the River’s End project, even with the objections from developer, Bay City Partners.
The developer’s concerns, according to the article, “Seal Beach moves ahead with $2 million park project,” are “a bit of a stretch,” said Councilman Charles Antos. Some of the environmental concerns include global warming, traffic and soil impacts.
The city claims the developer’s concern for future development of their land “has nothing to do with the city’s River’s End improvements.”
The city will continue with the eminent domain process to acquire the land necessary to complete the River’s End project.