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Posted on: October 22, 2019

[ARCHIVED] Planning Commission Public Hearing

Description: The purpose of this hearing is to take public testimony on the 2018 - 2019 Comprehensive Plan Docket. Chapter 22.74 MMC, Comprehensive Plan Amendments, requires City staff to present all proposed amendments to the Planning Commission. The Planning Commission is then required to review the proposed applications for consistency with the Docket criteria, hold a public hearing, and make a recommendation to the City Council. The Planning Commission may take action at this hearing or may continue action on this application until a future date.

Comprehensive Plan Amendments: The City has received one (1) citizen-initiated application:

CPA2018-01 (Monroe School District) – School District # 103 is proposing a citizen-initiated amendment and associated rezone for the 12.4 acre Memorial Stadium and Marshall Field site, which is identified by Snohomish County Assessor’s tax parcel numbers 27060100205100, 27060100100400, 27060100404500. The current Comprehensive Plan map designation of the subject site is Institutional, as is the zoning classification. The School District is requesting an amendment to the Comprehensive Plan to modify the site’s Future Land Use Map designation from Institutional to Multifamily. Associated with the proposed Comprehensive Plan amendment, the applicant is also requesting a rezone of the subject property from Institutional to Multifamily Residential R25.

Public Comment Procedure: Any interested person(s) may provide public testimony during the public hearing regarding proposed Comprehensive Plan amendments, voicing approval or disapproval of the requested Plan amendment(s). Written comments must be received in original form prior to the public hearing.

Staff Contact: For additional information, contact Shana Restall, Principal Planner, at or (360) 863-4608. 

Accommodations for people with disabilities will be provided upon request. Please call City Hall at (360) 794-7400. Please allow one-week advance notice.

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