It is the Council’s duty to watchdog this legislation as it is implemented and to work with SHA and the community to assure that every requirement that is in this legislation is met.
Yesler Terrace New Urban Community Approved
On Tuesday, September 4, the Council unanimously adopted five pieces of legislation to implement the redevelopment plan for the Yesler Terrace community. This vote is the culmination of many months of work by Councilmembers and our Central Staff. Council considered this project so important that we conducted all of our meetings in a Special Committee [...]
Seattle City Council approves Yesler Terrace redevelopment legislation
The Seattle City Council voted unanimously today to approve legislation allowing the Seattle Housing Authority (SHA) to redevelop the 22-acre Yesler Terrace public housing neighborhood.
Yesler Terrace redevelopment legislation passes out of Seattle City Council Special Committee
The Seattle City Council’s Yesler Terrace Special Committee voted unanimously today to approve legislation allowing the Seattle Housing Authority (SHA) to redevelop the 22-acre Yesler Terrace public housing neighborhood.
Proposed SODO Arena, DOJ Settlement, Yesler Terrace on Council Edition
The August edition of the Seattle Channel’s City Inside/Out: Council Edition is available on the Seattle Channel website. I appear with Councilmembers Harrell and O’Brien. We discuss the proposed SODO arena, the Memorandum of Understanding with the...
Weigh in on the proposed Yesler Terrace redevelopment plans; Seattle City Council to host two public hearings: July 17 and August 8
The Seattle City Council's Special Committee on Yesler Terrace will hold two public hearings to take comment on the proposed ordinances and street vacation approval for Yesler Terrace.
Yesler Terrace Redevelopment to Come to Council
The Seattle Housing Authority has been working for years to create a redevelopment plan for Yesler Terrace, the last of its WWII era housing projects. The other three (New Holly, High Point, and Rainier Vista) have all been redeveloped as mixed income communities, with new and better housing for the low income residents. Now the [...]