A revised plan for a Fullerton downtown plaza, with a giant-screen theatre and a specialty retail center, is scheduled to go before city officials tonight, and public comment is invited.
Following the public hearing, the city's Redevelopment Agency will decide whether to move ahead with a scaled-down version of the proposed Fullerton Museum Plaza, whose major component is the IMAX theater--a special-effects theater.
The version officials will review tonight carries an $8-million price tag, instead of the original $12 million, said Ronald E. Hagan, community services director.
The latest plan calls for 5,000 square feet less of retail space--down from 36,000 to 31,000 square feet. The IMAX theatre remains a main attraction of the plaza.