The City Council Development and Planning Committee (Richard Conlin, Tom Rasmussen, Jean Godden and Peter Steinbrueck) voted unanimously to send the proposed legislation that would allow Safeway to apply for a rezone to build a new “green” store to full council for vote.
Thank you to all who wrote letters, sent statements and who came […]
PINEHURST The city council’s Urban Development and Planning Committee met November 28, after The Stranger went to press, to discuss whether Safeway should be allowed a rezone in North Seattle, which would allow them to build a new “green” store. “The entire store needs to be leveled and rebuilt,” says North District Council cochair Renee […]
Legislative DepartmentSeattle City CouncilMemorandum
Date: November 14, 2007
To: Councilmember Peter Steinbrueck, ChairCouncilmember Tom Rasmussen, Vice ChairCouncilmember Richard Conlin, MemberUrban Development and Planning (UDP) Committee
From: Michael Jenkins, Council Central Staff
Subject: Council Bill (CB) 116066, amending portions of the Land Use Code to add an additional exemption to the rezone criteria for single-family zones […]
Unfortunately the sidewalks on 115th or 125th between Roosevelt and 5th NE are not yet in the cards. The Neighborhood Street Fund – Large Project Review Team decisions were announced today. Only one project is able to be funded in the North District: a sidewalk to Sacajawea Elementary School on 20th Ave NE from 98th […]
This is from Lorna:
Below is a link to a survey for the Pinehurst Shelter House. It is the first step in the redesign of the well-loved Shelter at Pinehurst Playfield. It was a residential basement in the 1940s that the neighbors turned into a community club when it was still King County […]
Here is the text of the DPD Director’s Report and Recommendation regarding the proposed ordinance that would allow Safeway to apply for a rezone in order to build a new “green” Pinehurst store.Amendment to Single Family Rezone Criteria in the Northgate Overlay DistrictSeptember 2007I. IntroductionThe Department of Planning and Development (DPD) is proposing to amend […]
The Seattle Parks Foundation has a vision of possible park and trail connections throughout Seattle. One item suggested is a trail around the Jackson Park Golf Course. What do you think about this? Would you use it if it were there?
http://www.seattleparksfoundation.org/project_BandsOfGreen.htmlFrom the Bands of Green Report:Jackson Park is virtually the only major open space […]