Comments & Submissions
LCA Board oral comments to the Bellevue City Council meeting regarding DADUs in NW Bellevue.
Comments from LCA member Chuck Doland
Comments focus on key criteria including setting a minimum rental period, establishing a sunset clause and require compliance monitoring.
November 22, 2021
Feedback to City Events & Traffic
Letter to the City outlining concerns from downtown events creating unmitigated gridlock in Lochleven. This document discusses the July 4th gridlock as well as impact from other events hosted at the mall including Snowflake Lane.
August 12, 2021
Follow up letter to Council Member Barksdale and the Bellevue Planning Department
Follow up letter to Council Member Barksdale and the Bellevue Planning Department providing context to the previously submitted conditions and "guardrails" to be considered regarding adding DADU within NW Bellevue. With these appropriate conditions, we believe DADU can be part of the solution to expand housing stock, promoting affordable housing options while supporting aging in place.
January 24, 2022
Submission to COB Council regarding proposal to permit DADU in NW Bellevue.
Letter outlines support of expanding affordable housing with key conditions essential to supporting existing criteria within the existing NW Bellevue Comprehensive Plan.
November 3, 2021
Oral comments to City Council in support of ORD 6635
Oral comments to City Council in support of ORD 6635, (NW Bellevue Comprehensive Plan). LCA's comments embrace efforts to expand affordable housing and aging in place.
December 13, 2021
Parking Hazards 99th Ave NE & NE 5th
Photos highlighting the traffic and pedestrian safety issues at the corner of NE 5th Street and 99th AVE NE. Used as a discussion outline at the meeting with the transportation department and police on Aug 25, 2021. Suggestions included marking the corner a no parking zone and making the stop a 4-way stop.
August 24, 2021
Comments to Pinnacle Development; Request To Be "Parties of Record"
Input to the City regarding the initial development plans for Pinnacle North and Pinnacle South. The letter co-signed by nearly 100 residents, outlines significant concerns and requests signitories by noted as "parties of record".
July 6, 2021