Myths vs. Facts
Head-Royce is committed to open and honest dialogue with our neighbors about our South Campus Plan. Even when we all have the best intentions, it’s easy for facts to get lost in translation and for misinformation to spread. Our goal with this document is to clarify the facts and counter some of the rumors you may have heard. If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d love to hear from you.
- Myth: Head-Royce has already studied how the South Campus Plan will affect neighborhood residents and the environment and is withholding technical analysis from the neighbors.
- Myth: Head-Royce is out of compliance with fire-safety regulations.
- Myth: Head-Royce’s emergency evacuation plan is inadequate.
- Myth: Head-Royce is planning for a massive increase in enrollment once the South Campus is built.
- Myth: Parents won’t want to use the new two-lane loop driveway, and will drop their kids off and pick them up elsewhere in the neighborhood.
- Myth: Head-Royce hasn’t been transparent with neighbors about the South Campus Plan.
- Myth: Head-Royce hasn’t included neighbors’ feedback in the South Campus Plan.
- Myth: The South Campus Plan will exacerbate the chances of a landslide on the property and the surrounding area.
- Myth: Head-Royce plans to demolish historic buildings.
- Myth: Head-Royce is demolishing buildings that could be used as housing.
- Myth: The plan includes an amphitheater in the middle of campus.
- Myth: Head-Royce broke down trust with neighbors by suing them in 2012.