News Roundup: Apartments

A collection of recent news:

  • Parents raise health concerns about turf fields planned for Woodway campus (March 13, 2015, My Edmonds News)
  • Work continuing on new SHAG senior living complex (March 14, 2015, MLTnews)
  • City Council passes emergency ordinance regarding filing of dueling land-use applications (March 18, 2015, My Edmonds News)
  • In comments to state, Port of Edmonds takes stand against increasing Harbor Square buffers (March 20, 2015, My Edmonds News)
  • Details on Aero Apartments at Hewitt and Rucker in Downtown Everett (March 20, 2015, My Everett News)
  • 102 new apartments opening in downtown Everett this summer (March 23, 2015, The Everett Herald)
  • City Council schedules Public Hearing on City Center Apartment project for April 13 (March 24, 2015, Lynnwood Today)
  • Setbacks, form-based code questioned as council once again takes up Westgate (March 25, 2015, My Edmonds News)
  • Why home builders flock to one Puget Sound-area hot spot (March 25, 2015, The Everett Herald)
  • Mukilteo gets $1 million in mitigation fees (March 25, 2015, Mukilteo Beacon)
  • Edmonds School District Board hears from opponents of ‘recycled tire’ turf fields (March 26, 2015, My Edmonds News)

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