Tustin has decided to test the waters of an “organics first” policy rather than dive in headfirst. After meetings with anti-pesticide group Non Toxic Irvine, which has expanded its efforts to other cities, City Councilman Chuck Puckett put the item on the agenda for Tuesday, Sept. 19. In 2016, Irvine became the first Orange County city to adopt a landscaping and pest control policy that allows synthetic pesticides only as a last resort.
You can stay busy from start to finish on Sunday, Sept. 24, with Old Town Tustin activities. Have fun! Tustin will celebrate its 90th birthday 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 24, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in Old Town, in and around Peppertree Park, 230 W. First St. Bring your cooler and chairs to the main stage at El Camino Real and Third Street to rock out to Stone Soul. Grab a bite to eat from food trucks, including In-N-Out and Kogi.
Matt Grey, center, leads the band Stone Soul as they perform during the first Concert in the Park of the summer at Peppertree Park in Tustin, June 21, 2017. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)Tustin will celebrate its big 90th birthday this weekend with a festival in the park. Rock out to the band Stone Soul. Bring your cooler with picnic goodies or grab a bite from one of the food trucks – including In-N-Out and Kogi.
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