Proposed Point Edwards building focus of Edmonds City Council meeting Tuesday
The main item on the Edmonds City Council agenda for Tuesday night? A two-hour “closed record review” and possible action regarding four appeals received on a decision by the Architectural Design Board to approve an 85-unit building — known as Building 10 — at the Point Edwards development. The building would be the last constructed as part of the Point Edwards multi-family master plan development located at 50 Pine St. Point Edwards was originally approved for 419 maximum units but currently has 261 units.
A closed record appeal means that only “parties of record” from previous open record public hearings are allowed to testify or submit responses to the written arguments that are submitted. Parties of record are defined as:
- The applicant
- Any person who testified at the open record public hearing on the application;
- Any person who individually submits written comments concerning the application at the open record public hearing, or to staff depending on the appeal type (those who have signed petitions are not parties of record.); and/or
- The City of Edmonds.
Also on the Council agenda:
- an executive session regarding a real estate matter, starting at 6:15 p.m.
- Proclamations in honor of Friends of the Edmonds Library Week, Oct. 20-26, and Domestic Violence Month – YWCA Week Without Violence.
You can see the complete agenda here. The meeting will be in the Council Chambers, Public Safety Complex, 250 5th Ave. N., Edmonds.