Planning Commission will hold public hearing on Marijuana Sept. 25
The City of Burien Planning Commission will be holding a public hearing on Wednesday, Sept. 25 starting at 7 p.m. at Burien City Hall (400 SW 152nd Street) to receive public comments on interim zoning regulations governing recreational marijuana.
This is an open and free meeting, and residents will be allowed to speak.
According to the city’s announcement:
On Aug. 19, the Burien City Council adopted Ordinance No. 586, which establishes a six-month interim zoning ordinance on the establishment, location, operation, licensing, maintenance or continuation of marijuana producers, processors, and retailers as regulated pursuant to Washington State Initiative 502 (read our previous coverage here). The ordinance was adopted as an emergency and as such took effect immediately upon passage. Pursuant to RCW 36.70A.390 and RCW 35A.63.220, within sixty days of passage of the ordinance the City must conduct a public hearing on the interim zoning regulations.
The interim zoning regulations and project file are available for viewing at Burien City Hall during regular business hours.
Any person may submit written or oral comments or testimony at the public hearing, or may submit written comments prior to the hearing. Written comments may be submitted in person, via mail, e-mail or by facsimile. All documents submitted or requested as part of this application, including the City staff report are available for review at City Hall during regular business hours.
Charles W. “Chip” Davis, AICP
Community Development Director
City of Burien
400 SW 152nd St, Suite 300
Burien, WA 98166
Phone: (206) 248-5501
E-Mail: [email protected]