City to host Kirkland Developers Partnership Forum

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The City of Kirkland will host a Kirkland Developers Partnership Forum from 8:30-10 a.m. on Sept. 26 in the Kirkland City Council Chambers.

The meeting is open to the public and topics to be discussed include current Kirkland development trends, update on the Kirkland development services study, changes to SEPA thresholds in Kirkland, new land use permit extension ordinance, on-line permitting project update, one-time fire sprinkler exemption, urban forest management plan and Kirkland green codes.

There will also be time for questions about Kirkland’s development regulations or permitting process.

Forum organizers request that participants RSVP to with City of Kirkland Development Engineering Manager Rob Jammerman.

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