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Santa Ana Orange City News (Newspaper) - June 3, 2015, Santa Ana, California Wednesday june 3,2015 from Page i Orange City news i 5 plan prom Page i University owns to House faculty arid staffers. That a because the University intends to keep those properties just As they Are Ryan said. One of the main purposes of increasing the Campus size is to add on Campus student housing a frequent request during the outreach meetings Ryan said. Brian Lochrie an old Towne resident said he opposes Chapmans plan to add More students because the ones who rent houses near him have not been Good neighbors. He says students have urinated and thrown up on his Lawn littered and been noisy additionally he said it stresses resources that serve the whole City such As the police. A a there a a lot of concern that Chapman has lost institutional control of the students they have so for them to add another 2,000 on top of what they have now is a danger to the Community a he said. A at some Point residents have to stand up. Do we live in a town with a College or do we live in a College town Quot a plan that would add on Campus housing but increase student enrolment would be More acceptable he said. Jeff franked preservation director for the old Towne preservation association said his main concern is he believes Chapman did no to mitigate the effects of the last specific plan update. For example he said traffic around the school is heavy and options to alleviate it such As widening the streets Arentt plausible for a historic District. A i think they need to clean up the House they have now before they add on to it a he said. A they Haven to taken care of Many of current proposed projects within specific plan area a additional student housing including new housing replacing the Davis apartments Davis Community Center Harris apartments and Morlan Hall which Are on Campus a additional staff faculty housing typically in existing Homes that Are renovated a addition of the Panther Village site at 3101w. Chapman ave. A adaptive re use of the historic Villa Park Orchards packing House a expansion of Dodge College of film and Media arts such As millennial studios and backlog a Demille Hall replacement a Bhathal student services Center replacement a adding restaurants and a University pub a expansion renovation of existing parking lots structures a construction of new parking lots structures a expansion renovation of existing academic facilities a construction of new academic facilities a expansion renovation of existing sports facilities a expansion of student oriented facilities and food service venues a construction of new student oriented facilities and food service venues a expansion of existing and construction of additional administrative facilities and offices the Public can comment the City is accepting Public comment to consider in the environmental Impact report until june 15. Comments should be submitted to Anna Pehoushek acting assistant Community development director via mail at 300 e. Chapman ave., via phone at 714-744-7228 or 714-744-7222 or via email at Pehoushek <�>cityoforange.org. To View the initial study visit , the Orange Public Library and history Center at 407 e. Chapman ave., or the City clerk s office or the Community development department at City Hall at 300 e. Chapman ave. The issues they have now with the previous expansion and now they want to expand Anna Pehoushek the City a acting assistant Community development director said 75 to too people attended the Community meeting last we Eek. The feedback was overwhelmingly negative she said. An initial environmental study prepared by the City a consultant found potentially significant impacts in these categories that will be explored in More depth in the environmental Impact report aesthetics air Quality cultural resources geology soils greenhouse Gas emissions hazards and hazardous materials hydrology water Quality land use planning noise population housing Public services recreation transportation traffic and utilities service systems. The draft environmental Impact report should be done by the beginning of fall Pehoushek said. At that Point there will be a 45-Day period when the Public can review and make comments included in the final report. Aller that changes will be made to the report and the proposal should go before the planning commission by the end of the year. The City Council is expected to vote on the proposal in Early 201h. 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