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Geoff Wentlandt (center), a senior planner with the City of Seattle, points to a zoning map, as Marty Kaplan (right), chair of the Queen Anne Community Council Land Use Review and Planning Committees looks on during a meeting at the Queen Anne Community Center on May 16. At left is Jessica Brand, who works with the city conducting outreach on the HALA recommendations. Photo by Joe Veyera
Geoff Wentlandt (center), a senior planner with the City of Seattle, points to a zoning map, as Marty Kaplan (right), chair of the Queen Anne Community Council Land Use Review and Planning Committees looks on during a meeting at the Queen Anne Community Center on May 16. At left is Jessica Brand, who works with the city conducting outreach on the HALA recommendations. Photo by Joe Veyera
Wednesday, May 25, 2016 2:20 AM
Since its initial rollout in July, the Housing Affordability and Livability Agenda (HALA) recommendations have been scrutinized by some who feel that neighborhood concerns were not properly addressed during the process.
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