Microhousing in Seattle





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Published on Jun 6, 2013

DPD Director Diane Sugimura answers questions about the impact of Microhousing apodments, small lot development, backyard cottages and impact fees.

Southwest District Council meeting June 5th, 2013 at SW Teen Life Center in West Seattle.
Pro-density advocate can't get a word in edgewise, calls the chair 'rude', and stalks out of the room, saying "You ought to be ashamed of yourselves".

I guess the builders who have paid Roger Valdez off may think they're not getting their moneys worth if he doesn't squawk about cramming excess substandard units in under the guise of the oxymoronic 'transit community affordability' (so a half-size studio apodment with no kitchen or parking can be rented out to transients at 2/3's the price of a 1 bedroom apartment).

It was loudly trumpeted that apodments will feature WIFI. Talk about a smokescreen !

Newly landscaped community center has hundreds of dead shrubs & trees after this years dry spring.

Mud has covered the sidewalk along Trenton Street from 26th - 29th Avenues. When I called the Facilities Department on April 5th, 2013 at the Seattle School District (206) 252-0557 they said they would get right on it. Maybe you should call them too ?


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