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A developer attempting to build 3,000 waterfront condos sought to overturn a recent hearing examiner decision.
Snohomish County considers banning fireworks sales and use from some unincorporated areas.
The company wants more time to finish its permit application, which expired earlier this year.
Summer means roadways across Snohomish County are being repaired.
The developer trying to build more than 3,000 waterfront condos can appeal.
A public celebration will take place at Public Plaza at the marina on Saturday.
Woodway family shares their home and much more with Idaho child and his mom during cancer treatment.
The Snohomish County hearing examiner ruled Friday that plans fall short of land-use requirements.
Then a hearing examiner is to decide one of the more complex projects the county has ever considered.
County planners have asked hearing examiner Peter Camp to deny the builder, saying time’s expired.
It wasn’t immediately clear if the weapon was real or not, the Edmonds School District said.
Concerns remain over design and traffic plans for the 3,081-unit development at Point Wells.
BSRE Point Wells wants to refine its plans for more than 3,000 units in towers of up to 17 stories.
The county’s Design Review Board liked aspects of the high-rise condo project, but said there aren’t enough details.
The company says there are far more important issues remaining for the project than what it looks like.
Snohomish County has issues with building heights, road access and landslide concerns.
At 74, the Woodway man completed his 4,800-mile paddle and bike trip “from sea to shining sea.”
Again, the developer of luxury high-rises near Woodway is sent back to the drafting board.
Several schools fielded winners at the Washington State Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) state conference, held April 19-22 in Spokane. Students competed in a… Continue reading