The Brentwood Homeowners Association, celebrating its 70th year as one of the oldest and largest organizations of its kind in California, will hold its annual meeting on Feb 29. Over 400 of the BHA’s 3,300 membership gather to discuss topical issues relating to their territory and greater Brentwood.
President Emeritus Robert Rene gives the 45-minute presentation in front of a usually packed house at University Synagogue. This year, he will be discussing three schools that are proposing expansion of their facilities, all wanting to break ground in 2017. In addition, there is a new proposal for a massive development at Bundy and Olympic, right in Brentwood’s path to the 10 Freeway. Also on the slate is a proposal to raze the Peet’s Coffee building and develop a five story retail and housing structure.
Food and drink will be served at 6:00pm from Coral Tree Cafe. The meeting is closed to the public and available only to BHA members.