City to Legislature: Let Edmonds decide its housing options


Last updated 2/21/2023 at 11:40am

From left: Mayor Mike Nelson, Council President Neil Tibbott

Mayor Mike Nelson and City Council President Neil Tibbott on Feb. 14 sent a letter to 21st and 32nd District legislators, who serve portions of Edmonds, to consider revising bills in the Legislature to give Edmonds more control in its housing deci...

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Reader Comments(1)

Deborah Arthur writes:

I love this and it sounds totally reasonable to me in every way. Everything said in the above article is truth. I do think we have some wiggle room and I am hoping together we can find a way to adjust some things, some building ideas that will please everyone. Turtles are slower but they live a long time. Great article. Thank you to those in Edmonds trying to do things in the correct way. Thank you to all citizens who are trying to do their best to protect the environment. Even SFH owners are into this. In our case it really does take a village to ensure fairness and harmony. We have that here. We all in one way or the other want to keep it. XO


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