Thanks for posting this, Schroder. This kind of outcome doesn't happen often and the story is a great template for how to get it done. Congrats to the citizen activists, and the responsive city council.
-------------- "There are yahoos out there. Itís why we canít have nice things." - Tom Mahood
Develop beyond existing road capacity and table traffic issues for some undetermined time in the future is standard east KC development strategy. FREEDOM!
And parking capacity. The Central Issaquah Plan requires only 0.9 parking spots per residential unit. I was at the meeting where this was questioned. The wizard on the city council told me "you don't understand modern development" and said that people living in the new developments wouldn't need cars; "they'll just walk everywhere".
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