The Wellington Hills Sports Complex? No, it's NOT a done deal!

Monday, March 11, 2013

5-4-3-2-1 SEPA this week NOW UPDATED

Go HERE for the just released SEPA Checklist and other related documents.

Well, this is it, Showtime is here, the Department of Parks and Recreation is ready to release the SEPA checklist for their schemed-up sports complex.

I know some of you think this SEPA thing is just an extension of the dog and pony show we've been witnessing since May 2012.  For now, curb that thought because SEPA is an important process. 

SEPA exists as a safeguard against poorly planned projects. A significant part of SEPA is that each and every citizen can review and comment on whatever is being proposed. In this case, certain people want to build a mega sports complex in a rural neighborhood – one that's outside the Urban Growth Boundary.

The caveat is - once the SEPA checklist is released, there are only 14 days for making comments.

If you understand what a boondoggle the proposed mega sports complex is, then, please get a copy of the SEPA checklist and tear into it. (see other stuff in this blog)

If you sit back and do nothing (and simply "trust" the bureaucrats and their buddies), I know you won't like the ultimate results.

 (what was done at 228th and 39th in Bothell … with Brightwater mitigation funds)

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