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Density issue.Wed Nov 14 meeting development planned on the Redmond/Kirkland border – 132nd Ave NE

11/11/2018
From Redmond neighbor Re: Taltree Short plat http://www.redmond.gov/cms/One.aspx?portalId=169&pageId=222775

The neighborhood is changing again!

THIS ‘NEIGHBORHOOD MEETING’ IS THE ONLY CHANCE FOR YOUR INPUT
ON PRECEDENT-SETTING NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT
Re: TALTREE SHORT PLAT – LESS THAN 1-ACRE, 7-LOT PROJECT
at the Redmond/Kirkland border on 132nd Ave. NE

THIS WEDNESDAY, NOV.14, 5:30-7pm
Redmond City Hall Council Chambers, 15670 NE 85th St., 98052
This Neighborhood Meeting is for Redmond & Kirkland Residents, especially in the Grass Lawn, Bridle Trails, and Rose Hill Area

Get your questions answered and offer input on the precedent-setting TalTree development planned on the Redmond/Kirkland border – 132nd Ave NE between 70th & 75th. This is the only neighborhood meeting about this less-than 1-acre, 7-lot project.

This meeting offers Redmond/Kirkland area neighbors a chance to ask for details, express concerns or make suggestions on anything such as
> Lot density
> Traffic
> Tree removal, retention and replacement
> Drainage and hardscape
> Sewer issues
> Variances
> Size or footprint of buildings
> Green building plans
> Architecture
> Effects on neighborhood character
> Anticipated home sales prices and features
> Resident and guest parking provisions
> Storm water runoff – including possible runoff which may cause flooding in downhill neighborhoods
> Estimated bedroom/population total
> Relevant city regulations and processes
> Street closures for construction
> Construction timetable and possible effects on neighbors
> And any other issues – as well as how this higher density project might affect other adjacent lots and neighborhood development.

This project, which has been in some phase of process for a decade, has been revived and will go from this meeting to the Redmond Technical Committee before taking final action on the project. You have probably seen the TalTree sign posted at this wooded site for some time.

The map (, from the project application, shows how lots are divided, Xs are where the 30-plus trees will be removed, the private drive, and the area of open Tract planned next to the street.

This precedent-setting project could affect area density, architecture and other issues that matter to you and our neighborhood, so please mention to your neighbors and attend. The tree removal alone will change the character of our neighborhood.

City Hall Council Chambers are inside the front door, a few steps to the right. The Redmond City Project Planner in charge, Benjamin Sticka 425-556-2470 bsticka@redmond.gov, will be there and has asked for your comments and your neighbors’ input for consideration. Your presence and questions can make a difference. So be informed, get your questions asked.
Sandra Eisert
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It looks like like most of the properties along 132nd in Redmond, 7808 132ND AVE NEand Southward, designated to have this same fate. I'm looking at http://www.redmond.gov/cms/One.aspx?portalId=169&pageId=222775 and at the zonng map at http://gis.redmond.gov/pv/ .

It appears that most of the properties, even if itcurrently have a single home, are zoned R-6 Single Family Residential http://online.encodeplus.com/regs/redmond-wa/doc-viewer.aspx?secid=1074#secid-1074




SEE ALSO
Land Use Action Notices in the Grass Lawn Neighborhood
Bridle Lodges Short Plat
Address: 7014 132 Ave NE


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