SPS Community Update and Q & A

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

The Shoreline Preservation Society will hold a community update and Q/A featuring Barbara Dykes-Ehrlichman, Attorney about the efforts, including legal actions of the SPS to oppose the Station Area rezones by the Shoreline City Council.

On the agenda
  • Legal Actions Taken against the “Radical Rezones”
  • Legal Process, Timeline, Rezones Potential Impacts to YOUR Neighborhoods?
  • What can we all do? How can we help?

Thursday, June 4th. 7-9pm. Shoreline Fire Department Headquarters, Public Conference Room, 17525 Aurora Ave North.

Questions, contact Janet Way 206-734-5545.


Anonymous,  May 26, 2015 at 10:46 PM  

SPS... THANK YOU for your ongoing efforts in fighting these radical rezones!

Why on earth didn't the City didn't listen to the people of Shoreline and adopt the 'Some Change' zoning map, which was also supported by the market analysis. If you have facts and data right in front of your nose and ignorantly choose to do the exact opposite, what does that say about the decision makers in our fair City? Either there is information being withheld from the public, or these actions were to childishly thumb their noses at the public who dared to question and challenge them.

Anonymous,  May 27, 2015 at 6:03 PM  

i did not invest my life work in my home to be destroyed by monolithic buildings and low income housing because some developer and there city corporate lackeys want top make a few bucks, some thing of this magnitude needs to be voted on by all of the residents of the city of shoreline and if we are allowed to have real voice it will be voted against.

Anonymous,  May 27, 2015 at 6:34 PM  

some thing that bothers me, if the naiborhood can be ruined with this radical rezone, after you make it multi use..... what stops me from putting a 40 ft tall apartment structure on my property and making it a half way house for sexual devants? is this how we will be treating our neibors in the future? I dare say and I fear yes it is

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