Holmes Point Overlay Technical Issue Explained

Holmes Point Overlay Technical Issue Explained

We are down to the following issue: The City staff doesn’t want to create a new administrative process for notifying the public and accepting public comments (and appeals) in the case of building permits where a protected natural area will be designated (including  designations that won’t protect existing native vegetation).

I’ve tried to outline this technical issue in the attached article. If you care about this matter, please submit your comments to the Planning Commission ASAP and, if possible, attend and speak at the Planning Commission meeting on Thursday. Notify your friends as well.

I will present the FHNA view at Thursday’s meeting but, to be perfectly candid, I am probably not the vigorous advocate that this issue requires. So, those of you who do care strongly about it should definitely speak up so that the Commission hears your passion.

Holmes Point Overlay Amendments explained

Letter dated February 5, 2014 to the Planning Commission regarding the use of the word “feasible”

Letter dated January 22, 2014 to Planning Commission regarding the use of the word “feasible”

 

Scott Morris
Finn Hill Neighborhood Alliance – President
(formerly Denny Creek Neighborhood Alliance)
www.finnhillalliance.org| 206-972-9493
PO Box 682, Kirkland WA 98083

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