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Freight Rail Dependent Uses

Freight Rail Dependent Uses

We’re still dealing with the freight rail dependent uses issue that, if approved, will change a large, rural area near Brush Prairie forever and destroy more than 600 acres of prime farmland. Here is the information on the next meeting, tomorrow night. We hope many of you can attend and learn about what is being proposed.

Freight Rail Dependent Uses Advisory Committee (FRDUAC)
MEETING AGENDA
Wednesday, May 23, 2018
6:00 – 8:00 PM (possibly extending to 9:00 PM)
Casee Center – 11104 NE 149th St.
Building B, Room 202
1. Welcome 6:00 – 6:05
2. Quick logistical items 6:05 – 6:10
a. Review and confirm meeting notes
b. New binder materials
3. Uses 6:10 – 7:45
a. Complete vetting of uses as freight rail dependent (fabricating, processing, storing or transporting)
b. Consider and discuss conditional versus permitted uses
c. Council Charge Re: Hazardous chemicals
4. Development standards
a. Review existing industrial and rail related standards, including dimensional standards table
b. Discuss which standards make sense for freight rail dependent uses or other standards that might apply
c. Compatibility with ag/resource protection
d. Sewer
5. Public comment 7:45 – 7:55
6. Confirm next steps 7:55 – 8:00
7. Adjournment 8:00