From the followup file: Checking on the California Ave “upzone”

September 30, 2008 at 9:00 am | In California Ave upzoning, West Seattle news | 4 Comments

upzonescreengrab.jpgThose big white signs have been up for almost a year now along California between Hinds and Hanford (city map at left), the section proposed for “upzoning” (archived coverage here), and you may wonder from time to time what’s up with the proposal, so we keep checking to see when the decision’s due. Last time we checked, a decision was expected to be published around the end of August. It’s now the end of September, so we checked with the city’s Department of Planning and Development again. Now the guesstimate is “about another three weeks” till a decision will turn up in the Land Use Information Bulletin, according to Bryan Stevens at DPD. (A decision is not the final word – potentially a round of Hearing Examiner and City Council hearings would ensue.) You can keep an eye on the official city project page here.

4 Comments

  1. What happens when you get too many rats in a cage?

    Comment by WSratsinacage — 9:23 am September 30, 2008 #

  2. The Seattle process. Wow, talk about a need for “change”.

    Comment by KT — 3:12 pm September 30, 2008 #

  3. Lets just keep packin more people in ..

    Comment by Todd — 6:18 pm September 30, 2008 #

  4. can’t wait for the upzone. Maybe we’ll finally get a WalMart.

    :)

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    Comment by grr — 6:59 pm September 30, 2008 #

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