Cottage Housing Discussion November 3

On Wednesday, November 3, the Planning Commission will be discussing an ordiance that allows cottage housing, essentially a cluster of 1,500 sq. ft. houses built facing a common area.

This ordinance is not being pushed by citizens.  It’s for developers.  These cottage houses will not be for “young couples, empty-nesters, or single professional women,” it’ll be people looking for properties to rent.  They will buy them, and rent them out.

They will become Puyallup’s version of low-income housing. 

What are the top two complaints most people have?  1. Traffic/speeding and 2. crime.  This ordinance will most likely have a negative effect on both.

Come to City Hall on Wednesday, November 3 at 7 p.m. to voice your opinion on this ordinance.

New Puyallup Housing Ordinance Opens to Public Comment[Puyallup Herald]


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One response to “Cottage Housing Discussion November 3

  1. Dave Churchman

    And who by chance is the developer of these dense-pack revenue-generating disasters for quality of life ?
    Why, it’s non other than Mike Cina the Vice Chairman of Valley Arts, campaign funding consigliere of Puyallup’s iconic Mayor Kathy Turner.
    Puyallup politics makes New Jersey’s look almost ethical.

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