Next step toward shaping your neighborhood’s future

In the wake of last week’s Design Review Board meeting for two major Junction proposals, a commenter wondered rhetorically where she/he was when the official Neighborhood Plans were being drawn up years ago – plans that today’s development must fit into. Those plans will be updated soon, and if you’d like to get involved, a good first step would be a workshop this Saturday morning at City Hall. Can’t upload the flyer right this second but you can read it on the Miller Park blog – it’s for anyone anywhere in the city.

1 Reply to "Next step toward shaping your neighborhood's future"

  • wsblover April 16, 2008 (8:29 am)

    Here is another workshop that may be of interest to my fellow WS neighbors:

    What struck me as I opened this in my inbox was:

    — Struggling to understand Seattle’s historic preservation ordinance?

    — Disturbed by insensitive new construction in your neighborhood?

    — Grappling with the provisions of local zoning?
    Seeking procedures for dealing with local historic properties?

    — Who is on the City’s Landmarks Board anyway?

    Historic Seattle provides a full-day workshop so that you can learn from Seattle’s top experts about what you can do to protect the community’s built environment and honor your neighborhood’s heritage

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