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Buckley talks development

Buckley-area residents are invited to a Sept. 21 public hearing that will address a proposal to turn a now-vacant 22-acre parcel into as many as 65 home sites.

The hearing, hosted by the city’s hearing examiner, begins at 6 p.m. in the Multipurpose Building. The session has been called so the city can obtain public input on a development named the Nanevicz Farm Subdivision.

The proposal calls for a neighborhood of single-family homes on acreage to the east of the Copperwynd development, at the end of Dieringer and Whitehouse avenues and north of Sergeant Street. Aside from a maximum of 65 lots, plans call for the development of one parcel of open space or a park. Also called for is the extension or creation of six roads.

Those unable to attend the Sept. 21 meeting can offer their comments in writing. They should be sent to City Administrator David Schmidt, P.O. Box 1960, Buckley, 98321, prior to 5 p.m. Tuesday.

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