DPD & City Council Trying to Sink Houseboats

Through a process known as a “Director’s Rule” the Department of Planning and Development can implement interpretations of existing laws. This can effectively act as a retroactive¬†legislation if the interpretation is different than what has been enforced in the past. That is what is being proposed right now, and portions have already been approved by the City Council Planning, Land Use and Sustainability committee.

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Letter Writing Campaign…

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One Response to DPD & City Council Trying to Sink Houseboats

  1. LULA-Admin says:

    What possible motive could the city have for trying to get rid of such a positive, iconic part of Seattle. This would be a serious mistake and the city should be doing everything it can to protect such a vital asset.

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