Following Pizzeria Town Hall meetings Elk Grove residents criticize CNU claims, credibility

Elk Grove resident Melinda Robinson critiquing the content of the Pizzeria Town Hall meetings held at
the request of the City of Elk Grove by California Northstate University.  | 

Following four Pizzeria Town Hall meetings conducted by California Northstate University, several residents spoke at last night's Elk Grove City Council meeting about the content of those sessions and the critique was unflattering.

CNU, which held the community outreach meetings at local pizzerias' at the request of the city, is seeking the city council's approval to build a $900 million 400 bed hospital in Elk Grove's Stonelake Neighborhood. The project, which would be built on the site of an existing shopping center in the Stonelake area has generated considerable opposition.

Leading that resistance is a group calling itself NEST - Neighbors Ensuring Stonelake Transparency. At the Wednesday night meeting four Stonelake residents associated with NEST, along with the Stonelake Homeowners Association, questioned the credibility of the CNU and several of the claims they have made regarding their project. 

The speakers appearing in the video posted below in order, are Melinda Robinson, Barbara Patterson, and Nicole York. 

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