Just in case you aren’t a devoted reader of the city’s twice-weekly Land Use Information Bulletin – this week’s editions contain these half-dozen West Seattle items of note:
‘DETERMINATION OF NON-SIGNIFICANCE’ FOR DELRIDGE SEWER-OVERFLOW PROJECTS: While you’ve heard a lot about the county projects to reduce combined-sewer overflows at pump stations at Lowman Beach and alongside the Fauntleroy ferry dock, remember that the city is doing some work too. Its upcoming Delridge-area projects – described here – have been declared to be environmentally “non-significant.”
WESTSIDE SCHOOL’S NEW SITE: Key approvals are in on the land-use application for Westside School (WSB sponsor) to create its new campus on the Hillcrest Presbyterian site at 34th and 104th. (We have a message out to the school inquiring about the project timeline.)
THE WESTY SPORTS AND SPIRITS: Land-use approval is in for the sports bar/restaurant under construction at 7908 35th SW (here’s our previous coverage).
ALKI ROWHOUSES: An application has been filed to build a 2-unit structure and 3-unit structure, both described as “rowhouses,” at 3008 Alki Avenue SW (a lot that stretches to SW Stevens on its south side). The notice says comments will be accepted through October 18th.
FAUNTLEROY LOT-SPLITTING DECISION APPEALED: A city decision approving division of a lot in an “environmentally critical area” of Fauntleroy, in the 3900 block of SW Henderson is being challenged by a neighbor who contends the split could have environmental and view ramification if, as he expects, a house is built on the split-off lot. The city Hearing Examiner will hear the appeal on October 9th.
DESIGN REVIEW: As first reported here last week, the apartment/retail project at 4435 35th SW will return to the Southwest Design Review Board on October 10th; here’s the notice. The bulletin also mentions “streamlined design review” – no public meeting, but comments are being taken, as with all development projects – for a four-unit townhouse project at the corner of 41st and Oregon.
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