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Final public hearing on Central Marysville Annexation Nov. 2

MARYSVILLE — The second of two scheduled public hearings on the Central Marysville Annexation area will take place at the Nov. 2 Marysville City Council meeting at 7 p.m., after the first public hearing was met with silence at the Sept. 28 City Council meeting.

Two public hearings before the City Council are required in order to adopt zoning regulations within the CMA, along with one public hearing before the Marysville Planning Commission, which already occurred Sept. 9.

The CMA encompasses the 2,847-acre area north of Grove Street, east of State Avenue, south of the 14800 block and west of 67th Avenue NE. Of its 7,275 parcels of property, 91 would experience a change in land use as a result of annexation, which Holland grouped into 10 areas.

The 13.6-acre southeast corner of 100th Street NE and 55th Avenue NE is currently zoned for single-family development by the county, but the city comprehensive plan would allow low-density single- and multi-family development. The currently vacant county-zoned single-family area of 1.04 acres at the northwest corner of 100th Street NE and 67th Avenue NE would be rezoned for neighborhood business by the city. The 39.3-acre southeast corner of 100th Street NE and 55th Avenue NE, where Mother Nature's Window Park and three single-family residences stand, would be rezoned recreational.

The existing duplex use of the 0.71 acres at 11130 45th Ave. NE would become mixed use. The existing two single-family residences and farming on the 9.27 acres at 5503 and 5519 100th St. NE would be zoned for high-density single-family housing, as would the 19.4 acres of large lot single-family homesites at 101st Place NE, the 0.28-acre single-family residence currently designated as Tribal property at 5012 102nd Pl. NE, the 3.05-acre Mountain View Presbyterian Church property at 5115 100th St. NE, and the 22-acre Kellogg Village mobile home park and condominiums. The 2.76 acres south of 108th Street NE and east of Smokey Point Boulevard would be zoned medium-density single-family.

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