The Garden Grove City Council takes up that issue when it meets Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in the council chambers in the Community Meeting Center, 11300 Stanford Ave.
A long-range property management plan goes before the council at that meeting. The city is considered the “successor agency” after the state-mandated dissolution of all redevelopment agencies.
The plan before the council would allow the city to move ahead with the planned water park-hotel (on Harbor Boulevard just north of Garden Grove Boulevard), another hotel project on Harbor and the mixed-use Brookhurst Triangle development.
Other properties would be transferred to the city, and they include:
• site of the former Black Angus restaurant at 12900 Euclid St. intended to be used a new headquarters fire station;
• the parking lot next to the Gem Theater on Main Street;
• two properties on Harbor Boulevard identified as a future site of a relocated Fire Station 6, currently a former single-family home and considered obsolete;
• sites of the Buena-Clinton Family Resource Center and the Acacia Adult Day Services.
Properties transferred to the city for future development include:
• the former Fandango restaurant (previously known as Bella Marri’s) at 12361 Chapman Ave.;
• the “Site C” project, a four-acre site on Harbor Boulevard at Twintree planned to include three hotels, restaurant and commercial space.
The city would sell several properties, including:• three properties southwest of Chapman Avenue and Brookhurst Street;
• three properties on the south side of Trask Avenue which were acquired by the city when it widened Trask Avenue in the 1990s;
• a 10,000-square foot area at 13052 Century Blvd. (between Euclid Street and Garden Grove Boulevard) now occupied by two automotive uses.