Mayor Mike McGinn's proposals to create jobs and housing by easing development rules were drafted by a group largely composed of folks in the building industry, with key elements that would save developers money. Seattle neighborhood leaders complain they had no say and contend McGinn has been less than transparent about where the "regulatory reform" proposals originated and whom they might benefit. MORE...
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Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Seattle Times: "Developer interests guide McGinn in proposals to ease some rules"
Bob Young (Seattle Times):
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