Public comment on Point Wells scheduled for May 17 and 18

Saturday, May 5, 2018

Photo courtesy City of Shoreline
The advocacy group Save Richmond Beach has expanded into Snohomish county and become the 501(c)3 Sno-King Coalition group.

Tom Mailhot, of Save Richmond Beach, said "This group is a combination of leaders from both SRB and Richmond Beach Advocates (RBA). 
The old SRB and RBA groups will no longer be sending out newsletters; future newsletters will come from Sno-King Coalition."

The Sno-King Coalition has announced that the public hearing and chance for public comment on Point Wells is scheduled for May 17 and 18, 2018.

Per their newsletter:

"Snohomish County has announced May 17 and 18 as the dates for public comments on BSRE's application for the Urban Center development at Point Wells. The comment times are part of a public hearing that is the final step before the Hearing Examiner makes his ruling to either deny the application or allow continued work on the application and the draft environmental impact statement.

"The hearing and public comments will take place at the Snohomish County campus in the Robert J. Drewel Building (Admin-East Bldg) in Room 2 on the 1st floor (Stillaguamish Room), located at 3000 Rockefeller Avenue in Everett.

"The hearing will begin with BSRE making its presentation on Wednesday, May 16th, starting at 2pm and ending at 5pm. The County will present its recommendation to deny the application on Thursday, May 17th, starting at 9am and ending at noon.

"There will be two opportunities for you to offer your own comments on the project. The first public comment period will start on Thursday, May 17th at 1:30pm and extend until at least 7pm. The County has committed to keeping the hearing open beyond 7pm to allow anyone arriving before 7pm to offer their comments.

"The second comment period will start on Friday, May 18th at 9am. The County has not committed to a specific length of time for this period so it is advising the public to arrive at 9am if they want to be assured of an opportunity to speak."


Anonymous,  May 6, 2018 at 10:38 AM  

It's really amazing how many second chances are given to "big money" interests while the average homeowner is expected to follow every legal requirement and gets one chance. Enough already with this project. The people have spoken.

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