UC Regents Set to Vote on Massive Southeast Campus Development

By Richard Brenneman
Tuesday December 05, 2006

The University of California Regents are scheduled to meet this afternoon (Tuesday) to approve the controversial document that will pave the way for massive development in the southeast campus. 

The environmental impact report slated for approval at the regents’ Committee on Grounds and Buildings focuses on the Southeast Campus Integrated Projects (SCIP) at and around UC Berkeley’s Memorial Stadium. 

The committee is also scheduled to approve plans for the Student Athlete High Performance Center, a four-story SCIP project to be built along the western wall of Memorial Stadium. 

The public can attend the 4:30 p.m. telephone conference meeting by appearing at the UC San Francisco Mission Bay campus Community Center, 1675 Owens St., San Francisco.