UPDATED Agenda for Shoreline city council meeting October 26, 2020 includes Public Hearing on allowing Enhanced Shelter in R-48 zone

Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Shoreline City Council 2020

The agenda for the Shoreline City Council’s October 26, 2020 meeting includes the following:


8(a) Public Hearing and Adopting Ordinance No. 906 - Interim 8a-1 7:20 Regulations for Adding Enhanced Shelter as an Allowable Use in the R-48 Zone 

All interested persons are encouraged to listen and/or attend the remote online public hearing and to provide oral and/or written comments. Written comments should be submitted to Nora Gierloff, Planning Manager, ngierloff@shorelinewa.gov by no later than 4:00pm local time on the date of the hearing. Any person wishing to provide oral testimony at the hearing should register via the Remote Public Comment Sign-in form at least thirty (30) minutes before the start of the meeting. A request to sign-up can also be made directly to the City Clerk at 206-801-2230. 


9(a) Discussion of the Proposed 2021-2022 Biennial Budget - Department Presentations and Discussion of the 2021-2026 Capital Improvement Plan (continued)

9(b) Discussing Ordinance No. 907 - Amending Development Code Sections 20.20, 20.30, 20.40, 20.50, and 20.80 for Administrative and Clarifying Amendments

Although most of the proposed Development Code amendments in this group of amendments are aimed at “cleaning up” the code and are more administrative in nature, other amendments are more substantive and have the possibility of changing policy direction for the City.

There are 23 amendments. For ease of analysis, the Planning Committee staff divided these proposed amendments into three separate exhibits. 

Amendments that raised some questions and concerns for the Planning Commission, which have been addressed in the recommendation, included the addition of a provision to assist in the resolution of code enforcement actions by prohibiting permit application when there is an outstanding code violation on the property; establishing emergency temporary shelters as a temporary use; setting a maximum hardscape for school properties; and addressing tree replacement standards when non-significant trees were to be retained but subsequently removed.


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