Risky Business

We have received multiple eyewitness reports this week that the hospital is persisting in its destruction efforts even though the court case is still pending. As you can see from the photos, the fountain has been removed and the Prouty Garden is filled with trucks and heavy equipment. 

As we stated in our last post, spending money on this ill-considered project is a very risky move for the hospital with the core civil complaint under review by the Superior Court. Should the court rule against the hospital on any of the multiple failures of the DoN process that the Ten Taxpayer Group has identified in its complaint, the hospital could be facing untold significant costs to undo work that it has undertaken thus far.

While the hospital administration may have benefited from having the political establishment in its hip pocket in its efforts to get the PHC’s approval of it application, its arrogant assumption that it also has the Superior Court in its corner may be misplaced if the court takes a hard, objective look at the multiple failures of the process.


Here's how:

1. Donate. We are continuing to keep a close eye on the hospital's activities and communicate with our supporters and the media. We need your donation dollars to keep up the fight!

2. Share your stories. We are going to continue talking about how special and vital the Prouty Garden is for the BCH community. Please reach out with your Prouty stories, and if you are willing to share your experience of how the destruction to date has affected you, we would love to hear from you. Email us at saveprouty (at) gmail (dot) com.

3. Tell people about Prouty. Help us continue to spread the word. Invite friends to join our conversation on Facebook and ask them to sign our Change.org petition