145th Station Citizens Committee to hear about planning for 185th Subarea

Sunday, June 19, 2016

There will be a meeting of the 145SCC this coming Thursday, June 23, 7-8:30pm at Shoreline City Hall, Room 302, 17500 Midvale Ave N, Shoreline 98133.

On the proposed agenda is Paul Cohen, Shoreline Planning Manager, for a discussion of what is happening with development in the 185th station Area (development discussions, permits, other processes).

The group will also decide whether to meet during the summer. There is a meeting planned for September 22, just before the City Council is scheduled to vote on Adoption of 145th Station Area Development Code Amendment and Zoning Map on Monday, Sept 26.


Anonymous,  June 20, 2016 at 12:00 AM  

Remember when it was said by someone in the planning dept. that "we don't expect seven stories to happen for decades" in the 185th subarea? Well, I guess that's not true, according to the State of the City address where the econ director presented a slide of one SEVEN STORY tower going in on ONE lot near the 185th station. He referred to it as a SIX story project, when the picture clearly showed SEVEN stories. What are we up to on the scoreboard of lies? Is it up in the double digits now? Why lie about the number of stories to an audience where there is a record level of (deserved) distrust and suspicion. You all either think we're stupid and can be fooled or you really do underestimate the numbers that are critical of the decisions being made.

Anonymous,  June 21, 2016 at 12:37 PM  

Six stories, seven stories...maybe it was an honest mistake? Also, I love the word "tower" in your rant. Does this mean that a six story building is not a tower? If you really want to see towers, go up to Vancouver BC and take a look at the real towers around their stations. Makes our city council seem restrained in their zoning measures.

Anonymous,  June 22, 2016 at 9:46 AM  

It IS a tower when it is surrounded by single-family homes. Lies are lies, and the Shoreline City Council, City Employees, and the Planning Commission have been lying , stretching the truth, or obfuscating the truth from the beginning of the rezone process.

Anonymous,  June 22, 2016 at 12:59 PM  

Anon 12:37, I suggest you go up to Vancouver BC and take a look around all the Skytrain stations, and notice that many of them are in single-family residential neighborhoods, sans towers.

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