Videos

The huge turnout by the members of the Kimber Park neighborhood in support of the effort to halt the development plans are shown in this clip from the Fremont City Council meeting of December 6th, 2011. An estimated 400 Fremont residents showed up on a cold Tuesday night to show their support for the Kimber Park Open Space.

Read more at the City Council Meeting of December 6th post.

 Fremont Council Member Dominic Dutra discusses why the plans to put 26 homes on the Kimber Park Open Space run counter to the Fremont General Plan update, the many reasons why such a development should never be considered and his believe that poor judgement was used in recommending the original purchase. This video is from the Fremont City Council meeting of December 6th, 2011.

Read more at the City Council Meeting of December 6th post.

Richard and Sandy Tompkins discuss the success of the Tompkins Tennis program at the Mission Hills Tennis Club. Richard goes on to describe the tactics employed by Sheena Chang after she had threatened to take away access to the tennis courts his academy used on four days notice. This would have effectively put Tompkins Tennis out of business and cause 10 or so people to lose their jobs. This video is from the Fremont City Council meeting of December 6th, 2011.

Sandy discusses the great success that Tompkins enjoyed in the recent past and how the Mission Hills Tennis Club management actively attempted to thwart membership growth at the club.

Read more at the City Council Meeting of December 6th post.

Christina and a band of loyal Save Kimber Park supporters arrive on very short notice at the Mission Hills Tennis Club late on the evening of December 5th, 2011. They spoke out about the outrageous fencing of the Kimber Park Open Space and announce their intentions to flood the Fremont City Council to show their support for the Fremont General Plan 2030:

Former Mission Hills Tennis Club fitness instructor Penny talks about the impact of the club on her health and the community. Penny speaks in Mandarin:

Penny repeats her testimonial for the benefit of English-only speakers:

Two Tompkins Tennis juniors reflect on club closing:

 Kimber Park resident and prominent local Fremont luminary Richard King sounds off on what the club has meant to him and the promises made by Shapell concerning the property:

Club member Lachman talks about the impact of the club and it’s closure:

Club member Lois speaks out about the community loss caused by the club closure:

Gordon sounds off to the Fremont City Council on the erection of the fence blocking the public easement:

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  1. Pingback: What Was Decided at the December 6th City Council Meeting and What the Implications Are | Save Kimber Park News, Blogs and Testimonials

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