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Planning commission public comments - 2/7/19

On February 7th, N.E.S.T. members and other concerned citizens took the opportunity to speak against the proposed CNU medical complex project during the public comment portion of the Elk Grove Planning Commission Meeting. No video was available. However, this is the audio from that meeting.

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Following a presentation by Mr. Alvin Cheung (CEO and President of California Northstate University), Elk Grovians speak out against CNU's proposed plan to destroy several small businesses and build a 12-story Level II trauma hospital with helipad near the quiet residential community of Stonelake. 

Part 2 of public comments regarding the proposed CNU Level II trauma hospital in a residential neighborhood of Elk Grove, Ca.  This is a pet project of a for-profit medical college that quietly bought several acres of land where a current commercial retail center resides.  No advanced warning was given to residents or tenants of the proposed location prior to a press conference hosted by city leaders and CNU.  Includes presentations by the local residents and one of CNU's attorneys. 

At the January 17th Elk Grove Planning Commission meeting, more members of the Stonelake and surrounding communities spoke during public comments in opposition to a proposed 12-story level II trauma center being built in Stonelake Landing, a nearby shopping center that currently houses several small businesses which would be displaced by such a project.