Sequim council votes down housing development motion
(Sequim) – The Sequim City council won’t reconsider a proposed housing
development in Sequim. The council last night unanimously denied a
motion to re look at the proposed Highlands at Sequim housing development.
The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe and state Department of Fish and Wildlife
filed the motion for the council to reconsider approval of the new
development. The tribe and state cited a failure to inform interested
parties on time and consider the effect the project would have on
the local elk herd. Sequim city attorney Craig Ritchie told the council
he saw no legal errors made in the process and the council was within
its rights to deny the motion.
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