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Dear ER:

There is no question that BCHD has made millions in profits through their initiatives (On Local Government: Health District 3.0 a no go,” ER Feb. 6, 2020). Now they are attempting to use these profits to build complex developments so they can make more money. One would find an amazement of projects that money is easily spent on. I have volunteered many hard years to mobilize the public to provide input on environmental causes such as bike paths, only to find BCHD’s paid staff lobbying their conflicting positions.

Dean Francois

Redondo Beach

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