Are quarantine camps on the horizon? I’ll let you draw your own conclusions after reading about the new “public health campus” development in Orange County. This story is important regardless of where you live. States like California and New York appear to be the testing ground for various oppressive, unconstitutional, and unprecedented measures. We must keep our eyes on these public serpents who are attempting to stifle our individual liberties at all times.
Gee… that doesn’t look dreary or oppressive at all!
About the campus
According to the staff report, the new campus will feature:
- Public health lab with a “Biosafety Lab component” (25,000 square feet)
- “Communicable Disease Control Services” (22,000 square feet)
- An “Emergency Management Center” (12,000 square feet)
- “Agency Operations Center” (9,000 square feet)
- Security fences and 240 parking spaces
“The site at 8226 Marine Way, which is along railroad tracks, is less than a 20-minute walk from Irvine train station, according to the county staff report.”
8226 Marine Way is the location of the former El Toro military base in Irvine California… oh, and make sure to highlight the part where it is strategically… oops, I mean conveniently located next to a railroad.
It is a $78 million contract with an additional $40 million dedicated to Mind OC’s proposed non-profit mental health campus.
Journalist for Voice of OC, Nick Gerda, notes that “Supervisors had no public discussion Tuesday when awarding a $78 million contract to the Canadian multinational firm PCL Construction Services.”
Red flag: Brown Act violation
Regardless of where you live, it is critical to safeguard our ability to observe public business being conducted in public.