Shoreline Planning Commission public hearing Aug 18 on 145th Subarea

Sunday, August 7, 2016

Shoreline Planning Commission
August 18, 2016 – 7:00pm.

PUBLIC HEARING on the 145th Street Station Subarea Plan Package including Ordinances 750, 751, and 752.

Link to full Agenda

Link to full Packet

The 145th Street Station Subarea Plan and Ordinances 750, 751, and 752, including exhibits are available here.

The documents listed above will be the subject of the August 18 Planning Commission public hearing, to be held in the Council Chambers at City Hall (17500 Midvale Avenue N) at 7:00 pm

Contact Miranda Redinger or Steve Szafran with any questions.

Comments for the public hearing may be submitted directly to


Anonymous,  August 7, 2016 at 11:52 PM  

For those of us in the 185th rezone area, please take note of the over-sized postcard you may have received during this last month, because you should be aware it's filled with lies and speculation and the originator of this piece of trash is clearly trying to incite a selling frenzy. It's trashy, classless, and despicable.

She cites several projects on her postcard, but the facts don't match up...

Item #1's permit shows 5 townhomes, 'apartments' makes the project sound a lot bigger than it is.
Item #2 is a seven story project and had she actually looked up the permit she would know that.
Item #3 shows an expired permit
Item #4 shows a sale price of $260,000, not $160,000 - and there's no permit for anything new to be built, if there was, only 8 units would be allowed based on the acreage of this small lot, not 12.
Item #5 shows no permit for anything new to be built, and if there are indeed 12 townhomes going in, a $550k sale price indicates that this person may have gotten preyed upon and taken advantage of.
Item #6 shows that it was sold to a developer several months back for $500k, not $795k for which there is a sale pending, but it's not finalized. Again, no record of permit on the city website.
Item #7 only shows a tree removal permit. The combined acreage of these two lots would only allow 18-20 units with the density maximums. Not 48 apartments.

Developers may not even build on these sites for years and the wording on the flyer makes it seem as if construction is imminent. Misleading and irresponsible.

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