Wednesday, Apr. 16, 2014

Posts tagged "Okanogan County Planning Commission"

Zoning change proposed for Walking D property near Twisp

By Marcy Stamper
The Okanogan County planning department is considering an amendment to the county code that would change the zoning for about eight acres just north of Twisp from the 20-acre uplands to the 12,500-square-foot zone on the valley floor. The change for the Walking D property would accommodate …

County planning commission approves Mazama zone changes

The Okanogan County Planning Commission has recommended amending the county code to require at least twice the minimum lot size for planned developments in rural residential and low-density residential zones in Mazama. The action came at the commission’s public hearing on Monday (Feb. 24). If the county commissioners approve the changes, it would make zoning...

Hearing on change to Mazama planned development zones

A proposal that would amend the county code to require at least twice the minimum lot size for planned developments in Mazama will have a hearing before the Okanogan County planning commission next week. The change would make zoning in the Upper Valley more consistent with zoning in the rest of the Methow Review District....
Mazama development plan rejected

Mazama development plan rejected

By Marcy Stamper
The Okanogan County planning commissioners rejected an application for a three-unit planned development on eight-and-a-half acres in Mazama at their hearing on Nov. 25.

Planning commission: Don’t change Methow environmental-review rules

By Marcy Stamper
A unanimous response from some 75 Methow Valley residents apparently persuaded the Okanogan County Planning Commission to recommend against allowing large building projects in the Methow Valley to proceed without an environmental review.

County looks to eliminate environmental review for larger buildings

By Marcy Stamper
The Okanogan County planning commissioners are still considering how large building projects have to be before they automatically get reviewed for their environmental impacts.