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The Beach Reporter - 1/2/20

Mr. Bakaly and other executives of the Beach Cities Health District (BCHD) squirreled away $26M in reserves and yet they worry about an earthquake. Rather than use the reserves for seismic retrofit, they want all the buildings torn down and replaced.

I believe for-profit senior housing is not aligned with the mission of BCHD nor does it fit with the original setup of this special district to fund the old South Bay Hospital.

Our property taxes account for 26% of the annual revenue. Shouldn’t the property owners be given a chance to vote on massive changes to the BCHD property?

—Jacqueline Zuanich-Ferrell, Manhattan Beach

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