Posts tagged: Beacon Hill
This meeting is held at Beacon Hill Events Center (4848 E. Wellesley) on March 2 from 4-5 p.m. I don’t have an agenda to post with this meeting announcement but am thinking it must have to do with the Beacon Hill development and perhaps some of the plans for the industrial area on the east side of the tracks, in Hillyard.
Here's a link that explains a bit more about the process and the projects.
Teri Stripes at City Hall is the official contact: (509) 625-6597
The Beacon Hill development got a preliminary plat/PUD hearing before the city of
The project presented at last week's hearing, is the first phase of the Beacon Hill Home development and this part is located on the northern face of
Owners Pete Rayner and David Baker have been working on the project for more than a decade, and at Thursday’s hearing Rayner said it has cost the developers close to $900,000 to get to this point because the city has delayed responses to various applications.
Rayner presented a document from 2006, signed by then head of the city water department Brad Blegen, which outlined an agreement in which the city,
Vista Homes was not represented at the hearing and no one in the room knew if that development is moving ahead or not.
Rayner wants the city to move ahead and make the promised water infrastructure improvements so he can get on with his development.
He said it would cost him as much as $800,000 to bring the water access up to par, a job that may include the construction of a new water tank, water mains and a booster station.
Representatives from the city’s water department at this point are reluctant to foot the entire bill, and the city also has some concerns about the access road to the development (too steep, blind curves) as well as the sewer capacity at the site.
At the conclusion of Thursday’s hearing the city and
Look for a full story in Thursday's Voice section.
The preliminary plat/PUD hearing for the proposed Beacon Hill housing development is Thursday morning at 9:30 a.m. in the city council briefing room, lower level of city hall. Look for a story in tomorrow's Voice section. And here's an e-mail from Luke Tolley, Hillyard Neighborhood Council Chair, in support of the proposed 304 single and multi-family home development: