BCHD Has a LOT OF QUESTIONS to Answer
Updated: Sep 5, 2022
Both the City of Redondo and BCHD have publicly stated that BCHD has City requirements beyond its EIR that BCHD self-approved for the Private, Commercial Developer/Owner/Operator that BCHD is leasing our publicly owned and zoned land to. That private developer will have 100% ownership of the project. BCHD will have 0%.
SUBMIT YOUR QUESTIONS TO StopBCHD@gmail.com
BCHD failed to conduct any analysis of negative property value impacts on surrounding property for the existing BCHD 300,000 sqft complex and traffic. WHY NOT?
BCHD failed to conduct any analysis of the negative property value impacts for the planned expansion to 800,000 sqft. WHY NOT?
BCHD's consultant (MDS) found that 80% of the assisted living tenants will be non-residents/non-taxpayers of BCHD. WHY WASN'T THIS PROJECT STOPPED THEN?
BCHD knew that over 91% of the "allcove" service area it was claiming was OUTSIDE of Hermosa/Manhattan/Redondo Beaches yet it moved forward with services to 91% non-residents/non-taxpayers. WHY?
HB/RB/MB will have fewer than 20 PACE enrollees. BCHD is building for 95% non-residents/non-taxpayers. WHY?
BCHD failed to show any evidence that private, commercial assisted living providers NEEDED to use PUBLIC land. WHAT WAS BCHD AFRAID OF?
HB/RB/MB suffered $2M+ of unreimbursed Covid costs for BCHD testing and vaccinating non-residents/non-taxpayers. WHY DID BCHD MAKE TAXPAYERS PAY FOR LA COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH'S RESPONSIBILITY?
How does a 110-foot tall building along Beryl and Flagler protect property values (an RBMC requirement)?
How will a 10 story parking ramp at Prospect and Diamond protect property values?
How will a 4-story, 70-foot tall pavilion building along Prospect protect property values?
How does a 110-foot tall building along Beryl and Flagler protect privacy (an RBMC requirement)?
How will a 10 story parking ramp at Prospect and Diamond protect privacy?
How will a 4-story, 70-foot tall pavilion building along Prospect protect privacy?
BCHD's seismic consultant (Youssef) said "best practice" allowed for 25 more years of operation of the Hospital building. WHY IS BCHD CHOOSING TO TEAR IT DOWN SO EARLY?
BCHD's seismic consultant (Youssef) made no analysis of the Hospital building's operational economics. WHY NOT?
This is just a start!