Here are the Dept. of Planning and Development’s Land Use notices pertaining to the Madison Valley community from the last three weeks, along with Seattle citywide actions of interest.
203 24th Ave E
Land Use Application to allow a four-story structure containing 38 small efficiency dwelling units. Zone: Lowrise-3, arterial within 100 ft., Urban Village overlay Comments may be submitted through: 9/16/2015
Select Committee on Housing Affordability
The Select Committee will work with the Mayor and members of the Housing Affordability and Livability Agenda (HALA) Advisory Committee to increase housing affordability in the City. The Select Committee will be informed by recommendations presented in July 2015 by the HALA Advisory Committee and the Mayor's Roadmap to an Affordable and Livable City.
*Share your feedback and priorities on the HALA recommendations. The HALA Commitee has spoken. Now the Council wants to hear your thoughts on affordable housing.
Wednesday, September 9, 5:30 p.m.
600 4th Avenue
The Seattle City Council is considering a proposed ordinance that would add a new would establish a framework for an Affordable Housing Impact Mitigation Program to partially mitigate the impacts of commercial development on the need for affordable housing.
Public Hearing - Wednesday, September 30, 5:30 p.m., Council Chambers 600 4th Avenue
City Council Public Hearing on Proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendments for 2015-2016
The City Council’s Planning, Land Use, and Sustainability (PLUS) Committee will hold a public hearing on proposed Comprehensive Plan amendments for 2015 amendment cycle. The public hearing will be during the PLUS Committee meeting on Tuesday, September 15, 2015, at 2:00 in the Seattle City Council Chamber, 2nd floor, Seattle City Hall, 600 4th Avenue.
Seattle 2035 Draft Comprehensive Plan
The recent building boom is a reminder that Seattle is an attractive and growing place. Continued growth will present challenges about how the City can ensure that everyone in the city will have a chance to prosper. This Plan provides long-term guidance that will help the City make decisions about managing growth over the next 20 years and providing services to make the growth for all of the city. Since the Plan was first adopted in 1994, it has embraced the concept of sustainable growth, meaning that the City would accommodate additional people and businesses, while also aiming to maintain and enhance resources for future generations. Join the conversation, comment period is extended to November 20.
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