Beach City Health District to vote on Healthy Living Campus EIR in Redondo Beach

A gathering place for residents of the program for All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly is proposed in phase one of the Healthy Living Campus master plan. Rendering courtesy of BCHD

by Kevin Cody

The Beach Cities Health District Board will vote on whether or not to certify the Healthy Living Campus environmental impact report at its Wednesday, September 8 meeting, to be held at 6 p.m. on Zoom. If the board certifies the EIR, the board will move on to reviewing the master plan for the 11 acre, $374 million, 254,700 square foot campus.

Over 300 people submitted comments about the nearly 1,000 page report. Almost all were in opposition to the project, including a 70 page petition with approximately 1,200 residents’ signatures.

Many of the comments echoed the complaint from Laura Zahn, an elder care worker. “Too tall, too big, too much construction noise, too much construction traffic, too

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Central-Live Oak take center stage in district finale | High School Sports

The old belief is that championships aren’t always won by the best teams. Rather it’s the team that peaks at just the right time takes the crown.

Part of that philosophy is about playing their best football. Another, arguably more important, facet is being healthy at the end of the year.

In that regard, Central and Live Oak might not be the best teams in District 4-5A, but they are the last ones standing in a year marred by COVID-19 related chaos.

Going into the final week of the regular season, the Wildcats and Eagles will play the only district matchup on Friday night when Central hosts Live Oak at 7 p.m. Because of schedule changes and cancellations the only other two district teams playing this weekend, Denham Springs and Walker, are both playing nondistrict games, while Zachary and Scotlandville are not playing.

That leaves all eyes on the two

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