The Spokane County Hearing Examiner Committee next Thursday will consider a plan to subdivide 41 acres off Hastings Road into 96 single-family lots.
The 96 homes would be built directly behind the planned Fred Meyer store on Hastings Road, just off Highway 395. Ron Howes is the developer, and he is seeking to build under the existing zoning.
The only other North Side project on the committee’s Nov. 16 agenda is the proposed expansion of an auto-repair facility at Day-Mt. Spokane Road and Highway 2. Les and Rod Griggs are seeking a rezone of the property, from semirural residential to regional business, to accommodate their plan.
The hearing examiner committee, a citizen panel that makes land-use decisions, meets at 9 a.m. in the assembly room of the Public Works Building, 1026 W. Broadway.
Also of interest to suburban residents may be a hearing this morning before the Planning Commission on a zoning code amendment that would allow a manufactured home for a dependant relative as a permitted use in all county zones except urban.
The use is now allowed, but only after public notice and a hearing.
That hearing begins at 9:30 a.m. today in the assembly room of the Public Works Building.
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