|Footbridge replacement at stream of mystery last week|
|Continued work on Pringle Creek's streambed and bank at Boise|
also last week
And of course they broke ground finally at the corner of State and Commercial for the apartment building.
|Proposal to close a crosswalk downtown|
|DAB opposes closing the crosswalk on Front at Court Street|
(Also on the agenda is lots of talk about housing, shelters, and serving people who are unhoused temporarily or chronically.)
CANDO meets today, Tuesday the 15th, at 6:00 p.m. at First Christian Church on 685 Marion Street NE.
Forgot about the Planning Commission tonight. (It didn't seem to merit a full post of its own, however.)
|From the April 2019 Workshop|
The matter of amending the Salem Revised Code to update Salem’s design standards for multifamily housing [specifically for "three- and four-family projects"] be set for a public hearing before the Salem Planning Commission.Any date for the Public Hearing is TBD, so this merely initiates the process and is not itself anything substantive.
Over on FB, an advocate says
We should know this, but we did not know that it was going as a resolution to the Planning Commission without telling Neighborhood Associations and Land Use Chairs.But this has been part of the Missing Middle project all year long. It should not be surprising that the Planning Commission was going to take it up. And since the date for a Hearing has not been set, this initiation seems like a procedure harmless to let go by without great fanfare. This does not seem like some nefarious scheme by the City.
There will be more to say later.