There are some hiccups that have occurred recently with regard to the use of the West Los Angeles College track. The basic problem is that the track is being damaged by heavy use from a number of groups who train with their coaches. The College wants to require these groups to obtain permits before using the track, which has been the district’s policy for many years. Apparently the College is unable to get the sheriff to remove these people from the track unless they post a sign that clearly requires a permit for any outsiders to use the track. We, however, negotiated in connection with the EIR that neighborhood residents should be able to use the track (and other facilities) so long as this use does not interfere with College activities. Our current proposal to the College specifically states that neighborhood residents will have approval to use the track, but goes on to agree that “coached training” will require a permit. Since we don’t believe anyone from Culver Crest employs a coach to help them with their morning walks or jogs, this proposal should be acceptable to all.