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Stop BCHD

Easy Reader, 8/18/22

https://easyreadernews.com/letters-to-the-editor-8-18-22/


Dear ER:

BCHD is contracting with a Developer/Owner/Operator for Phase 1 of their proposed Healthy Living Campus. In the past five years BCHD has spent $10 million of taxpayer funds and met virtually none of the criteria in the Redondo Beach Municipal Code. BCHD’s proposal is about five-times taller than surrounding property and 150-times larger. Its design is that of a Miami high rise resort, and is completely a blight on neighborhood character, consistency and compatibility. Hopefully an experienced developer will heed the rules and respect both the elevated site and the surrounding neighborhoods that have over $50 million in reduced value.

Go to StopBCHD.com to learn more.


Mark Nelson

Redondo Beach

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