By Jack Mayne The Burien City Council reviewed the city’s proposed new sign ordinance, heard of a new citywide â€˜First Friday’ series of community summer celebrations and unanimously voted City Manager Brian Wilson a pay raise to $175,000 annually, backdated to the first of the year. Wilson’s pay backdating was done because the Council had […]Read More
The City of Burien will be adopting a new Sign Code, and here’s the latestÂ updateÂ courtesy the Seattle Southside Chamber of Commerce: We are happy to report that the current update to theÂ sign code does allow for up to 6 A-Frame signs for Open Houses, which wasÂ a chief concern from our members working in residential […]Read More
The City of Burien Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on April 10, 2019, at 7 p.m. at Burien City Hall to receive public comments on proposed amendments to zoning code regulations pertaining to Sign Regulations. The proposed amendment to the zoning code will amend the regulations relating to Signs Regulations (Temporary signage), and […]Read More
The City of Burien is updating its sign code for temporary signs such as A-boards, banners, campaign signs, etc., and they’ll be holding two informational Open Houses. If you use any of these signs, your business may be affected by this change. “Come to an Open House to learn about how the proposed changes might […]Read More
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