No Wealthy Living Campus = No Funding Cuts for RESIDENT Programs at BCHD
BCHD claims that must be allowed to let a COMMERCIAL DEVELOPER build a 107.5-foot tall, nearly 300,000 sqft COMMERCIAL building on PUBLIC PROPERTY.
BCHD threatens to cut services if it can't use PUBLIC LAND for PRIVATE DEVELOPMENT
But the Wealthy Living Campus will service 80% to 95% NON-RESIDENTS
NEWS FLASH for BCHD - REQUIRE RESIDENCY FOR ALL SERVICES - MAGICALLY THERE WILL BE NO NEED FOR ANY CUTS!
BCHD doesn't even track how much it spends on the 30-40% non-resident members at the heavily taxpayer subsidized AdventurePlex or CHF.
BCHD's accounting show it lost $2.3M of taxpayer funds during Covid while it tested 84% non-residents.
So far .... taxpayers are on the hook for over $700K for allcove, and it's service area is 1.4M non-residents.