Letter to the Editor: Let City Council know you support Planning recommendations for Deep Green Incentive program

Thursday, March 23, 2017

To the Editor:

This is an update on the March 14th op-ed entitled "Shoreline's Deep Green Incentive Program will sacrifice livability", which Pamela Cross, Barbara Twaddell, and I wrote.

We have good news! The Shoreline Planning staff has heard the voices of the citizens of Shoreline. The Planning staff is recommending that the City Council remove the density bonus from R-4 and R-6 zones. Please see Page 10 of the City Council meeting documents for March 27th here.

We're not completely out of the woods yet, though, as the Council still has to agree to the removal of the density bonus, so please contact the Council to let them know that you agree with the Planning staff's recommendation. Send email to council@shorelinewa.gov, or fill out a comment form here

Or better yet, speak at a City Council meeting. The Council plans to discuss the Deep Green Incentive Program on March 27th, and adopt the measure on April 17th. The Council meets at 7pm in the Council Chambers on the 1st floor of City Hall, at 17500 Midvale Ave. N.

Thank you for your support.

Margaret Willson


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