Special meeting of Edmonds Planning Board set for Feb. 15

A special meeting of the Edmonds Planning Board is scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 15, to address technical difficulties  during the planning board’s Feb. 8 regular meeting, including the lack of a meeting recording.

The Feb. 15 agenda includes all items from the Feb. 8 regular meeting. Item 4 (audience comments) has been supplemented to include written public comments that were submitted after the Feb. 8 meeting packet was published but before this meeting.

This is a hybrid meeting, with the in-person portion of the meeting at 7 p.m. in council chambers, Public Safety Complex, 250 5th Ave. N. The Zoom link is available at https://edmondswa-gov.zoom.us/j/81526776291, Webinar ID: 815 2677 6291.

The meeting can also be accessed by telephone at +1 253 215 8782, using the Webinar ID above.

The meeting agenda includes:

– Everyone’s Edmonds vision statement and Comprehensive Plan update

– Planning Board retreat preparation

– Design review process and stepback standard for certain CG-zoned projects

You can see the complete agenda here.

  1. I enjoyed having the opportunity to zoom this meeting. This time it was very easy to zoom. I didn’t understand everything but do know more now. It is great to have engagement with citizens. The planning board were pleasant and cordial and I look forward to the next time I have the opportunity to speak and listen. Thank you Planning Board and now forward we go. We will accomplish much in Edmonds its the way we accomplish it that will assure trust from the citizens. I had a feeling of warmth from the planning board. Now on to the Design board. I hope it too can be pleasant and open to new ideas for better designs that do not infringe so much of our residents. I think we can do this. Thinking out of the box, our box called all of Edmonds. Lets stay different that is partly what we are known for in the first place.

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