Sequim: Shipley property rezoning opposed

SEQUIM — The proposed rezoning of approximately 53 acres of property on the west side of Priest Road was strongly opposed Monday.

The proposed rezoning would increase the housing density of the land.

At least 15 of the 85 people in attendance stood before the microphone during a public hearing in the Sequim Community Center as the City Council accepted testimony on recommended amendments to the city’s Comprehensive Plan.

Another six individuals spoke in support of the application filed by land owner Leo Shipley.

More details are in today’s Peninsula Daily News Clallam County edition, now on sale. Or click onto “Subscribe” to order your copy via U.S. mail.

More in News

Disaster Recovery Center opens in Forks

Hours scheduled through Sunday

Teaser
Inslee issues emergency order over green crab infestation

Invasive species a danger to clams, Dungeness crabs, salmon

Worker shortage at area hospitals

COVID hitting existing staff

Lawsuit says new majority Latino district a ‘facade’

A Latino civil rights organization and others have filed a… Continue reading

State House passes pause to long-term care tax

Nearly three years ago, Washington became the first state in… Continue reading

Jefferson County Library gets large bequest

Board welcomes ‘amazing, unexpected’ gift

tsr
Port Angeles ceremony to honor man killed in Korea

Remains of local Korean War soldier come home

US Highway 112 slide repair expected to begin Monday

State Department of Transportation officials expect to begin repairs of… Continue reading

COVID-19 cases keep rising on Peninsula

Olympic Medical Center transfers cases to Jefferson Healthcare

Most Read