zoning

Law
5:06 am
Thu April 25, 2013

Seattle officials look to restrict urban pot farms

David Snyder NPS

Seattle's elected officials are moving to make sure sprawling marijuana farms don’t take over the city’s industrial areas, though it’s not clear whether growers would want to locate in the city at all.

Just who actually gets licensed to grow marijuana will be up to the state. But Seattle City Council members say any Seattle grower will likely end up in one of the industrial areas along the Duwamish corridor or Interbay.

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urban development
4:59 am
Fri March 29, 2013

Will South Lake Union rezone actually protect more views?

This artist's rendering reflects new height restrictions, anticipated development, and the resulting view of the Space Needle.
City of Seattle Planning and Development

Will allowing tall buildings in Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood block views of the Space Needle? One Seattle City Council member says the rezone will actually preserve more views.

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