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Dear ER:


BCHD’s allcove service area is only 8.5% the district’s residents and taxpayers. The other 91.5% are the non-resident/non-taxpayers of the LA County Health Departments SPA8 area.

BCHD is not planning to charge rent to the 91.5% non-resident allcove for the 30 years of the building’s life. The lot at Beryl and Flagler avenues has a fair market value of over $4 million and a fair market land rent of at least $250,000 per year. Residents of the Beach Cities Health District will be shortchanged $250,000 annually for 30 years.


Mark Nelson

Redondo Beach

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