Rally at Shoreline City Hall to support Irons Brothers Construction

Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Rally at Shoreline City Hall in support of
Irons Bros. Construction

Supporters of Irons Brothers Construction gathered in the lobby of Shoreline City Hall prior to the council meeting on Monday, October 7, 2019 to show support for the company's efforts to remain in Shoreline.

Irons Bros is next to the Center for Human Services
which is on 15th NE. Irons Bros also owns the lot directly
across from their building, which they use to park
their vehicles. (not the ones in the picture - that's
a different company.
After seven years, including planning and construction, Irons Bros was informed that their showroom, which opened at 1510 NE 170th in the North City Business District in 2014, was not zoned for business and they would have to leave.

Irons Brothers applied for a zoning variance, which is currently in the hands of the Planning Commission.

Supporters include customers, colleagues, Shoreline Chamber of Commerce, their next door neighbor the Center for Human Services.

Irons Brothers is a small, family owned business which specializes in "aging in place" remodeling.



3 comments:

Randal October 9, 2019 at 2:18 PM  

Has there been one single solitary complaint from any neighbors about them being there? No? Leave them be, Shoreline.

Joseph Irons,  October 10, 2019 at 5:23 PM  

When Over 100 people showed up to Monday’s City council meeting with one day notice We felt loved.

My wife and I were
Humbled and grateful!!!

We received so much CITYWIDE COMMUNITY SUPPORT from East & West Shoreline Neighborhoods as well as the Neighborhoods in the middle too!

We are truly lucky to be so loved CITYWIDE. Thank you SHORELINE for “Supporting Shoreline Neighborhood Business’s.”

Shoreline has the best neighbors who know neighborhood businesses are the REAL fabric of authentic communities.

Joseph Irons,  October 10, 2019 at 5:25 PM  

Thank you for your support!

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