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Hospital board to discuss potential ‘land donations'

April 02, 2002|By AARON CLAVERIE, Staff Writer

CALEXICO — The trustees of the Heffernan Memorial Hospital District will conduct a public meeting inside the old hospital building at 6 p.m. Tuesday to hear an update on potential "land donations," according to the meeting agenda.

For a few months Heffernan trustees have been fielding offers from landowners who want to donate or sell acreage to the district so it can join forces with the city and build a new hospital.

Details regarding who might be donating the land, how many acres could be donated and where the new hospital could be located haven't been divulged because talks have been in preliminary stages, according to trustees.

In other business, the board will accept a letter of resignation from City Councilman-elect David Ouzan, since he can't serve on both the hospital board and the City Council.

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Ouzan will be sworn onto the council April 16.

>> Staff Writer Aaron Claverie can be reached at 337-3419 or claverie7@hotmail.com

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