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MOUNT SAINT MARY’S WELLNESS PAVILION PROJECT

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How will the proposed Mount Saint Mary’s University Wellness Pavilion Project impact our neighborhood?

The Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR) for the construction of a Wellness Pavilion on the Chalon campus of Mount Saint Mary’s University (MSMU) has been issued by the City.  The Project has changed since the Draft EIR.  We need to hear from you and get your input on the revised project before we submit our comments.  Learn more about the proposed project and Alternative 5 in the FEIR and give us your thoughts by completing the survey.  Comments on the FEIR are due by July 14.  You can submit your own comments here.  Please be sure to include this case number ENV-2016-2319-EIR in the re: line of your letter or email.

Summary

Alternative 5 includes physical and operational changes to the proposed plan. Review them here.

Concerns

Since the Project was first proposed in 2016, Brentwood Homeowners Association (BHA) has been concerned about the potential impacts on the community from increased traffic, intensification of use of the campus with additional events, no clear enrollment cap, outside use of facilities, fire safety and lack of a rigorous conditional use permit. Learn more about our concerns. Read what the experts have to say about impacts from traffic and fire safety.

Enforceable Restrictions

Because of BHA’s standing in the community, we have a long history of protecting our members from unreasonable development. That includes enforceable agreements with Brentwood School and Archer School that restrict vehicle trips, enrollment, number and time of Special Events, and future development. These agreements are legally binding and are in addition to the Conditional Use Permits with the City. BHA has had a seat at the table discussing MSMU with our Councilmember and the School since 2016. BHA has the continuity and resources to make sure that unreasonable impacts are mitigated. Click here to learn more about possible restrictions.

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Join over 1,200 of your neighbors and become a member of the largest homeowners association in Brentwood. The more support we have, the louder our voice, the stronger we are, and the better the job we can do. Please contact us with any questions or concerns at info@brentwoodhomeowners.org.

Notice of Public Hearing on July 14, 9:30am

In addition to submitting written comments, you may speak directly to the City at this hearing.  This is an opportunity for you to tell the Hearing Officer your concerns about the proposed project and its potential impact on our neighborhood.  More information about how to attend the hearing can be found here.