July 13, 2024 5:44 pm

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Mukilteo Traffic Mitigation Fee appeal Public Hearing

MUKILTEO—NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Mukilteo City Council will hold a Public Hearing at their Monday, July 15, 2024, meeting that begins at 6:00 P.M. in the City Council Chambers, located at 11930 Cyrus Way, Mukilteo, WA.

Traffic Mitigation Fee
Location of ABC learning. SOURCE: Google Maps.

The purpose of the hearing is for a Traffic Mitigation Fee Appeal from ABC Learning location at 8601 Mukilteo Speedway.

Persons interested in commenting may provide oral or written comments at the hearing. Written comments will be accepted at by emailing the City Clerk, clerk@mukilteowa.gov or by mailing City Hall, located at 11930 Cyrus Way, until 4:00 P.M. the day of the hearing.

If you have a disability, which may limit your participation in the hearing process, please contact the Human Resources office at 425.263.8003 at least three (3) business days in advance of the hearing so that we can arrange a reasonable accommodation for you.

Traffic Mitigation Fee

SOURCE: City of Mukilteo

One Response

  1. This post gives no information, nor does the article. Where’s the link to the appeal docs? If ABC Learning is appealing traffic mitigation fees, documents should show what the fees being imposed are and what they are appealing. The public can’t comment on an appeal before the Hearing Examiner without a PRR unless you provide more information in your article.
    And the public may also not u sweat and the purpose of traffic impact fees – which is that the trips generates from ABC learning may trigger level of intersection failures, or at the very least increase delays for each intersection traffic goes to. All of this information would be in their required traffic study and the city’s model. Provide these items to engage the public so they understand better.

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