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If you’re new to discussions about the Comprehensive Plan and you have read over the SNA’s proposed comments, you might have some questions. Feel free to ask them, of course, but here we will break them down a bit … Continue reading
NOTE: There is an updated draft of the resolutions as of 1/6/2015. Click here to review the latest proposal. The updated document primarily combines similar resolutions, adds a request for a planning process, extends the request for historical review to Hawthorne … Continue reading
An Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) is a small, self-contained dwelling that shares the site of a larger single-unit home. For demographic, affordability, and environmental reasons, specific suggestions (See Enhanced Housing Choices letter here) have been proposed that urge the City to … Continue reading
The Buckman Community Association is hosting a forum about the City’s Comprehensive (Comp) Plan update on Thursday November 14th 7-9pm at 501 SE Hawthorne Blvd. People in Sunnyside and other inner eastside neighborhoods are encouraged to attend.
Hello Sunnyside, The upcoming Land Use and Transportation (LUT) meeting, October 14th at 7:30PM (at Southeast Uplift) is one you might want to put on your calendar. We have requested the developer for the proposed project at 700 SE Cesar … Continue reading
The next Land Use and Transportation Committee meeting will be Monday, September 9th, 7:30 p.m. at Southeast Uplift, in the basement. Come hear about progress on the City’s Comprehensive Plan update and general land use trends in Southeast. Bob Kellett … Continue reading