By Will Magnuson
Edmonds resident 

Citizens must act to prevent boxy apartments downtown | Guest View

Resistance to development has a long tradition in Edmonds

 

Last updated 1/20/2022 at 10:31am



My wife and I moved to Edmonds in 1989, inspired by a college class I was fortunate to attend. The class was called "Urbanalysis," and its primary message was that cities compete just as businesses do to remain viable, grow, and prosper.

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Reader Comments(2)

Willard Magnuson writes:

You can attend via zoom the Architectural Design Board and City Council meetings, check City of Edmonds website for schedule. Contact via email works well, contact info: Architectural Design Board - [email protected] City Council - [email protected] public comment - [email protected] Mayor's office - [email protected] Planning Manager - [email protected] project planner - [email protected] Comments are appreciated.

Ann Christiansen writes:

Thank you for your letter and information. What do you feel is the best way for a resident to influence change in the zoning and codes? Attending meetings about specific projects is too late in the process. Who do we contact in order to enact real change?

 
 
 

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