Point Wells application likely to be denied - hear update at RBCA's Tuesday meeting

Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Richmond Beach Community Association's 
April Community Meeting
Topic: Point Wells
Tuesday, April 10, 7:00pm - meet and greet; 7:30pm - meeting
Richmond Beach Congregational Church, 1512 NW 195th Street, Shoreline

The April 10 public meeting of the Richmond Beach Community Association will be an update on the Point Wells development project. Snohomish County and the developer, BSRE, have been working on the development application for more than seven years, and the long application approval process looks like it is finally coming to a critical point in May.

In January, the county notified BSRE by letter that the county is likely to recommend the application be denied. We’ll review what has happened since that letter, the next steps we know about and tell you about upcoming opportunities for you to get involved again by sending the county your thoughts about the development.

While it will be welcome news for the neighborhood if the county does recommend the application be denied, it is almost certainly not the end of the story, so we’ll also take a look at what may follow over the next few years.

There’s been a lot going on since our last update, so don’t miss this chance to find out the latest.

The meeting is in the lower level of the Richmond Beach Congregational Church, at the corner of Richmond Beach Road and 15th Avenue NW. Doors open at 7:00 p.m. for refreshments and a meet and greet, with the program starting at 7:30pm.


Anonymous,  April 5, 2018 at 3:37 PM  

Snohomish County should not be doing business with an Israeli National, considering the human rights violations against Palestinians by Israel and the fact that they're deporting tens of thousands of African migrants.

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