Tuesday, July 7, 2:00 p.m., City Council Chambers, 2nd Floor, City Hall.
The Council has received eight amendment proposals this year. In July, the Council intends to decide which proposed amendments it will consider for adoption in 2016. It will consider the selected amendments alongside Seattle 2035 (http://2035.seattle.gov), a broader review of the Comprehensive Plan that is currently underway. The proposed amendments are as follows:
- Proposal from John Arthur Wilson to amend the Future Land Use Map (FLUM) to change the designation of property south of NE 68th St. and east of 12th Avenue NE from multi-family to commercial/mixed-use.
- Proposal from Chris Leman to add a new “Open and Participatory Government” Element to the Comprehensive Plan.
- Proposal from Chris Leman to amend the Comprehensive Plan to clarify policies related to social equity.
- Proposal from Rita N. Chu to amend the FLUM to add an area east of NE 1st Avenue and south of NE 94th Street to the Northgate Urban Center and to change the designation of that property from single family to multi-family.
- Proposal from AnMarCo to amend the FLUM to remove an area waterward of Harbor Avenue Southwest and south of SW Bronson Way known as Pier 1 from the Duwamish Manufacturing/Industrial Center and to change the designation of that area from industrial to commercial/mixed-use.
- Proposal from Gema Mae Apartments, LLC to amend the FLUM to change the designation of property on the west side of 40th Avenue NE, south of Sand Point Way NE from multi-family to commercial/mixed-use.
- Proposal from A Heavenly Sunrise, LLC to amend the FLUM to change the designation of a piece of property on Greenwood Avenue N south of N 67th Street from single family to multi-family.
- Proposal from the Department of Planning and Development to amend the FLUM to change the designation from multifamily to commercial/mixed-use in three areas along 35th Avenue NE: south of NE 68th Street, south of NE 73rd Street and south of NE 82nd Street.
Copies of the proposals may be obtained from the City Clerk website at http://clerk.seattle.gov/~public/CFCF1.htm. Reference Clerk File 319369.
Information about Seattle 2035, the major update to the Seattle Comprehensive Plan can be found at http://2035.seattle.gov/. Questions regarding the proposals or requests for electronic copies may be directed to Eric McConaghy of the Council Central Staff at 206-615-1071 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.