Published On: Thu, Jul 22nd, 2021

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The Orange County Board of Supervisors will consider allocating $20 million toward a veteran’s cemetery at Gypsum Canyon after the Anaheim, California, City Council approved the location during a July 20 meeting. The council’s support for the site came less than a month after Irvine decided not to move forward with building a Veteran’s Memorial Park and Cemetery at the Orange County Great Park. “On [Anaheim’s] end, we’re not going to be the speed bump; we’re not going to be the hold-up, as it turned out in Irvine,” Councilman Jose Moreno said during the July 20 council meeting. “Even though they looked like there was a lot of momentum, for whatever reason, the politics of the place didn’t allow it to come to fruition.” The newly proposed Anaheim site, called Gypsum Canyon, sits on 280 acres of land between the 91 freeway and 241 toll road in Anaheim Hills. Officials are …

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