top of page
  • Against Overdevelopment

What’s good for Catalinais good for Prospect


Dear ER:

On January 26, 2023 the Redondo Beach City Council voted to disapprove the Catalina Village project at 100-132 N Catalina (“Council denies Catalina Village Project,” January 26, 2022). The Council determined it was not in compliance with various City and State codes. The Council is to be commended for its decision in overturning the analysis errors of the Planning Department staff, which found the project to be in compliance. In order to avoid another appeal situation with the PMB privately developed, owned and operated project on public, Beach Cities Health District land, the Council should provide clear guidance to the Planning Department staff regarding its review of the proposed, over 100-foot tall, nearly 300,000 square foot commercial development abutting residential neighborhoods.


Mark Nelson

Redondo Beach

2 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Locals only

https://easyreadernews.com/letters-to-the-editor-2-23-23/ Dear ER: Beach Cities Health District CEO Ton Bakaly said in a recent Easy Reader article that if BCHD simply tore down the hospital, it would

DD the BCHD

Easy Reader 12-1-22 https://easyreadernews.com/letters-to-the-editor-12-1-22/ Dear ER: The Beach Cities Health District is attempting to lease three acres of public use land to PMB, a private develope

Elephant in the District

9/22/22 - https://easyreadernews.com/letters-to- the-editor-9-22-22/ Dear ER: On September 14, we witnessed everything that’s wrong with Special Districts in a single meeting of the Los Angeles Local

Comments


bottom of page