I attended the Fremont City Council meeting on Tuesday. It was well attended by Save Kimber Park people and the developers. The developers presented several plans all but one of which had about 15 new homes.
Christina Broadwin of Save Kimber Park was given 10 minutes to speak and did an excellent job explaining their side of the issue. She noted that the group is now collecting signatures for a ballot initiative that would require any zoning change involving private open space to be subject to a vote of the residents of Fremont. You can read more about this initiative here:
While the Council had some harsh words for the developers, there were no decisions made on the development. It appears that they will continue with their plans and bring these back to the City at a future date.
I have a position paper on Kimber Park posted on my website.