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Commission OKs Alki land swap


Last updated 10/11/2018 at 5:03pm

John McCalllum

The future home of the four-building Alki Apartments complex, looking south along Alki Street, which will be paved as part of the project.

Expressing feelings of frustration, Cheney's Planning Commission approved a request during a public hearing at its Sept. 10 meeting to swap the zoning of land along Alki Street slated to be developed into a 224-unit apartment complex. The commission approved the request by Whipple Consulting Engineers, representing owner Defender Development, 5-0, with commission chair Vince Barthels recusing himself due to a conflict with the owner.

The request involves changing the zoning on approximately 2.8 acres on 12.1 acres of land owned by Cheney developer Steve Emtman. The changes would redistribut...

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