Public speaks out on critical areas
Last updated 3/17/2016 at Noon
A proposed eight-year planning document that would govern the city’s critical areas could impact residents, construction of a new community center and development at the port.
Concerned residents and civic leaders voiced their opinions on the city’s Critical Areas Ordinance, which affects wetlands, fish and wildlife habitats, frequently flooded areas and geologically hazardous areas, at a public hearing on Tuesday, March 15, to the Edmonds City Council.
Edmonds resident Sue Little said she has spent close to $45,000 in an attempt to comply with current regulations.
Her home on Dayton...