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LEGAL NOTICE: Notice of Public Hearing for Duwamish Area Annexation


Washington State Boundary Review Board for King County
Yesler Building, Room 240
400 Yesler Way
Seattle WA 98104
(206) 477-0633  TTY: 711


The Washington State Boundary Review Board for King County will conduct a public haring for a City of Seattle proposal to annex the Duwamish are (2045 acres). The hearing will take place on July 20, 2015. If required, July 21, 2015 has been set aside to continue the hearing.

A brief legal description and map for the Duwamish Area is provided below:

“All of portions of Sections 4 and 5 in Township 23 N, Range 5 E, and all or portions of Sections 33 and 32, Township 24 N, Range 4E, Willamette Meridian in King County, being west of the current City limits of Tukwila being west of the Duwamish Waterway, also bing south of Block 8 of East South park addition and current City limits of Seattle. Also being east of Dallas Ave. S. and vacated portion of Dallas Ave. S. and south of S. Director St. Also southeasterly of West Marginaly Way S. known as SR 99, and northerly of the north line of Tract 55 of Moore’s Five Acre Tracts Volume 9 Page 28.”

The complete legal description may be found at www.kingcounty.giv/property/annexations.aspx.

The complete file (including the legal description) may b obtained from the Office of the Boundary Review Board.

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The purpose of the public hearing is to hear testimony and deliberate o the proposal. Testimony and factual material concerning the proposal may be presented to the Board up to and including the public hearing. At the following time and place, interested persons may appear and be heard with reference to said proposed City of Seattle Duwamish Area Notice of Intention.

DATE: July 20, 2015    TIME: 7:00 P.M.

LOCATION: Bethaday Community Learning Space of the Technology Access Foundation (TAF), 605 SW 108th Street, Seattle, WA 98146.

ADA: The Boundary Review Board conducts all meetings and hearings in locations that are wheelchair accessible. Any person requiring other special assistance (e.g., interpreters, translations), should contact the Boundary Review Board at last two business days prior to the meeting. The Board will make every reasonable effort to provide accommodations.

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