Burnett By Dr. Tod A. Burnett As the leading provider of higher education and training in South Orange County, Saddleback College is dedicated to student success and the health and safety of all of our 40,000 annual students and over 1,500 employees. We play an important role in the community and we remain strongly committed to our local environment, providing valuable environmental education and training programs, implementing sustainable practices on campus, and forging partnerships with environmental organizations. I was thrilled to hear that on Nov. 10, 2016 the leaders of a coalition of a dozen environmental groups stood shoulder-to-shoulder with the Transportation Corridor Agencies (TCA) announcing an historic settlement, ending their 15-year battle over how to connect the 241 Toll Road with the I-5 Freeway. This settlement paves the way for TCA to move forward in an effort to find a mobility solution to the ever-increasing traffic congestion in South Orange County. I offer my most sincere congratulations, respect, and appreciation to both sides for working toward a solution that balances our regions transportation needs with environmental protections. This unprecedented collaboration between transportation and environmental leaders seemed impossible, but it is now a reality and all of us in South Orange County and Northern San Diego County will greatly benefit. The South Orange County and North San Diego County communities should be thankful for the environmental coalition and TCAs unprecedented collaboration on the 241 Toll Road. Traffic relief and environmental protection are not mutually exclusive, and we look forward to enjoying both.
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Developed and owned by Murphy Development Group, based in Chicago, the $50 million hotel sits on land leased from the hospital that used to contain a church. Its rooms replace those lost when the clinics Guesthouse, a dated brown-brick structure, was demolished to make way for Case Western Reserve University educational buildings. Tables in a lobby-level cafe are positioned at different heights, to accommodate those who might be in wheelchairs, said John T. Murphy, the companys chief executive. Rooms have more electrical outlets than usual in case people need to plug in respirators or other equipment, he said. In 2016, about 60 percent of hotel customers were patients or family members of patients, he added. For hospitals, the economics to get patients out from under their roofs is compelling, Murphy said. Housing some patients can cost up to $2,500 a night; the Clevelands new Holiday Inn is around $250. And patients are often more comfortable outside a hospitals walls, too.
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