Houghton Community Council to hold public meeting in Kirkland

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The Kirkland City Council adopted Ordinance 4399 on Jan. 2 pertaining to nonconforming density in multi-family zones.

The ordinance allows remodeling or redevelopment of multi-family structures with nonconforming density, including the expansion of those structures, consistent with existing zoning, without bringing the density into conformance.

The Houghton Community Council will hold a public meeting at 7 p.m. on Jan. 28 in the City Hall Council Chamber, 123 5th Ave., to consider giving final approval to allow the new regulation to take effect within Houghton's jurisdiction.

Please contact Eric Shields, director, City of Kirkland Planning Department at (425)-587-3226 or if you have questions.



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