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City Update: 100 TDRs, Affordable Housing – Public Hearing Still Open

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City of Issaquah City Council Decisions and Deliberations May 16th Update 100 Additional Homes, Plus Affordable Housing, Update Polygon Homes has revised its proposal in hopes of bringing 100 additional homes into Westridge North (through the use of Transfer of Development Rights – TDRs). Of the five options presented to…

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Polygon Changes Proposal

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On April 6th, the City of Issaquah’s Land and Shore Committee once again considered Polygon Homes’ proposal to build affordable housing and transfer 100 residential [units] rights (TDRs) into Issaquah Highlands. This time, the five affordable housing options presented on March 2nd were reduced to one. Polygon’s proposal (dated April…

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Parks are Memory Makers

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Photo: Issaquah Highlands HY Board members Ethan Hunter (left) and Deon Lillo (right) helped Parks Director, Jeff Watling (center) with innovative park ideas. By Nina Milligan, Highlands Council April 6, 2017 Issaquah’s Parks and Recreation holds their final outreach meeting tonight, April 6th, (at Sunset Elementary) but you can still submit…

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