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Bounce the incumbents


Easy Reader, 9/24/20

Dear ER:

In 1955, taxpayers approved the South Bay Hospital District, to provide a hospital. The hospital failed, so the district renamed itself Beach Cities Health District (BCHD) and assumed an eternal bureaucratic life to do as it pleased. BCHD now wants to build a massive, for-profit luxury assisted living apartment complex (wealthy living campus) on public land, and charge rich seniors $12,000 per month rent. Elected BCHD directors have rubber stamped each stage of this highly inappropriate project, and cavalierly ignored massive public opposition. As you fill out your upcoming ballot, please remember to not vote for any incumbent BCHD director. Don’t rubber stamp the rubber stampers. 

Michael Martin

Redondo Beach


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