Tag: neighborhood planning process

SEATTLE CAN DO PROCESS RIGHT. IF WE DECIDE TO.

March 20th, 2012

Maligning ‘Seattle Process’ is somewhat of a cottage industry in our town, although it may not generate much economic development.  We have some processes that drag on way past their sell-by date.  And sometimes people deride process because it didn’t go their way.  Seattle has a history of effective engagement, but often we don’t design […]

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ROOSEVELT NEIGHBORHOOD AND TRANSIT ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT

June 23rd, 2011

In 2008, voters approved the Sound Transit II ballot measure, which funds light rail from the University District through the Roosevelt neighborhood in Northeast Seattle, continuing on to Northgate and Lynnwood.  Light rail transit stops are great places for additional housing and job development, and the Roosevelt neighborhood has recently endorsed an update to neighborhood […]

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