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Undersized Lots Receive Scrutiny

 

Deadline Wednesday for comments on “undersized lot” issue in Single Family zones. More information here on Richard Conlin’s web site and, for the entire DPD memo here.
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Chair Toby Thaler Fremont@louploup.net is looking for thoughts on this proposal. Thaler writes, “Please send any comments to Fremont@louploup.net and DPD: richard.conlin@seattle.gov and andy.mckim@seattle.gov by Wednesday, April 3. After this stage, DPD will prepare a more detailed set of recommendations to take through environmental review, and will then submit legislation to the Council. The Council will receive comments and hold a formal public hearing. Our goal is to complete work on the permanent legislation before September. My initial thought is to suggest that while a good first draft, the proposal needs to be tighter (fewer loopholes–I’m concerned about steady erosion of lot size in SF without any process for considering impacts). I have read the DPD March 7 memo (and Richard’s web page), and also looked at http://www.onehomeperlot.com/arguments/ that is the argument for much tighter rules. And there is an article at http://seattletimes.com/html/localnews/2020683989_bighousessmalllotsxml.html

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