145th Subarea Plan Schedule

Saturday, January 30, 2016

Shoreline City Staff has outlined the following schedule for moving forward with the 145th Subarea Plan. This schedule assumes selection of a Preferred Alternative that requires minimal new analysis and that the Planning Commission and City Council complete their decision-making during the allotted meetings.

  • February 18: Planning Commission meeting: Discuss two white papers produced by OTAK- Geotechnical Considerations for High Groundwater or Peat Conditions, and Station Subarea Wetlands Assessment
  • March 3: Planning Commission meeting: Update on 145th Street Corridor Study
  • March 17: Planning Commission meeting: Discuss zoning scenarios analyzed in DEIS and any potential modifications based on information from white papers or Corridor Study
  • April 7: Planning Commission meeting: Recommend Preferred Alternative zoning scenario (it is possible this recommendation could happen at the end of the March 17 meeting, but this date is reserved if any of the previous topics take more time than anticipated)
  • May 2: City Council meeting: Council selects Preferred Alternative for analysis in FEIS
  • May-June- OTAK produces FEIS (timeframe will depend on whether there is additional analysis with regard to zoning scenarios from DEIS)
  • April 21, May 5 & 19, June 2 & 16- Planning Commission meetings: Discussion of Development Code amendments for 145th Station Subarea- number of meetings dependent on amendments proposed 
  • June-July- OTAK produces Subarea Plan, staff creates Planned Action Ordinance, Planning Commission reviews
  • August 4- Planning Commission Study Session on ordinances
  • August 18- Planning Commission public hearing on ordinances
  • September 12- Council Study Session on ordinances 
  • September 26- Council adoption of ordinances


Anonymous,  January 31, 2016 at 12:58 AM  

CAN'T WAIT to pick apart your "white paper" on "Geotechnical Considerations for High Groundwater or Peat Conditions, and Station Subarea Wetlands Assessment", OTAK!!! And I would guess, I'm not the only one. :)

I'm assuming one of these was performed for the 185th St Subarea? Oh wait, it wasn't? Hmmmm....

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