The Phinney Community Council will host their monthly meeting tomorrow, March 5 with Councilmember Mike O’Brien as the featured speaker.
O’Brien will be speaking about single-family neighborhood upzoning, the HALA inclusionary housing program, homelessness, taxes and other issues. The audience will be able to submit questions for O’Brien during the meeting.
Here’s the full agenda, as posted by the Phinney Community Council:
- Welcome 7:00-7:05 pm
- Historic Landmarks in our Neighborhood: 7:05-7:20 pm. Forming a committee on how we can participate. (More on Historic Seattle website)
- Q&A with Mike O’Brien: 7:20-8:30 pm. O’Brien will be present to answer questions on topics such as his plan to upzone all single-family neighborhoods and relax development regulations, the HALA inclusionary housing program, homelessness, developer-impact fees, taxes and other issues. Audience members will have the opportunity to submit questions to Councilmember O’Brien.
- Projects: Current Status (no discussion):
- 7020 Greenwood Ave. N. — 7 rowhouses, 3-story, no parking (in permit)
- 7006 Greenwood Ave. N. — 5 story, 27 units, no parking (in permit)
(departure from 15-foot setback requested)
- 6817 Greenwood Ave. N. — 4-story, 19 units, no parking (property for sale)
- 6726 Greenwood Ave. N. — 4-story, 55 units, no parking (under construction)
- Other meetings and events:
- North Precinct Advisory Council, Wed., March 6 @ Cascadia School, 7 p.m.
- Ballard District Council, Wed., March 13 @ Sunset Hill Community Club, 7 p.m.
- Greenwood Community Council, Tues. March 19 @ Greenwood Library, 7 p.m.
The meeting will be held at the Phinney Neighborhood Center (6352 Phinney Ave N). All meeting are open to the public.