Everett Citizens Get To Weigh In on Future of Kimberly-Clark Property Tonight

September 18, 2012

Everett, Everett Government

Everett, WA trying to decide what to do with Kimberly-Clark site on waterfront

What should become of this prime piece of Everett waterfront? Real estate photo from Kidder Mathews sales brochure

A reminder that the City of Everett Planning department will be holding a public hearing tonight to consider what the public wants for the future of the Central Waterfront District that includes the soon to be demolished Kimberly-Clark Plant. Here’s what the city says you can expect tonight.

A Planning Commission public hearing on the Central Waterfront Plan and proposed SEPA Addendum is scheduled for Tuesday, September 18, 2012 at 6:30 pm, in the Weyerhaeuser Room on the 4th floor of Everett Station, 3201 Smith Avenue. The public hearing is to develop or select the preferred alternative for the redevelopment of the approximately 92-acre Central Waterfront Planning Area, including the 65-acre Kimberly Clark property located at 2600 Federal Avenue and adjacent properties, on the downtown waterfront. The public is encouraged to attend and participate in the hearing.

The draft plan addresses the four alternative land use and redevelopment concepts for reuse of the property; includes potential changes to codes, regulations, and plans; and also examines alternative shoreline public access alternatives. A proposed SEPA Addendum is also being prepared for the plan, and the land use and public access alternatives.

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