Enforceable Restrictions

Currently, MSMU has operated without effective and enforceable constraints on its enrollment, events, traffic and vehicle trips, and other impacts. In 2016 MSMU issued its Initial Study of its plans to build a 38,000 square foot, two-story Wellness Center, that, with the rest of the campus, will create significant impacts. The EIR process offers the Community an opportunity to request enforceable restrictions that might not otherwise exist.  As we did with Archer School for Girls and Brentwood School, BHA would like to enter into a private agreement with MSMU that would include all or some of the following terms. A private agreement gives us the opportunity to monitor and enforce its provisions — very important in view of the City’s history of lack of enforcement.

  1. Length of agreement
  2. New building(s) size and use; restrictions on future development
  3. Enrollment cap, including full time, part time, graduate, Doheny campus
  4. Busing requirements, including restrictions on routes, number, size of buses
  5. Daily trip cap through gate; electronic monitoring
  6. Number and hours of athletic events, extracurricular activities, special events
  7. Restrictions on guest vehicles for No. 6
  8. Construction mitigation, including days, hours and routes
  9. Restrictions on outside use of campus, such as filming, weddings
  10. Parking restrictions, including regarding residential streets, parking fees to students
  11. Restrictions on lighting and signage visible from residences
  12. Monitoring violations of restrictions and damages for violations
  13. Reporting and communication with community and City
  14. Restrictions on Uber, Lyft, etc., drop off and pick-up
  15. Emergency evacuation plans