City’s environmental decision on expanded Fred Meyer is appealed

by | Mar 19, 2012

The city’s decision that the expanded Fred Meyer will not cause significant environmental impacts has been appealed. An appeal hearing is set for 9 a.m. on Wednesday, April 25.

Fred Meyer closed its Greenwood store on Feb. 25 for a major renovation, which will add 55,305 square feet, demolish the former Greenwood Market building, relocate the Pacific Locksmith kiosk, and reconfigure parking for 444 vehicles.
You can read the city’s February decision on environmental impacts here.
We have a message in to the Department of Planning and Development for more information on the specifics of the appeal. We will update this post when we know more.

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