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Huxley College of the Environment
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Environmental Impact Assessment
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Department of Environmental Studies
Melious, Jean O.
Two-hundred-eighty-six acres of land were recently incorporated into Bellingham's urban growth boundary, allowing the land to be developed at higher densities. Alliance Properties has proposed development of a high-density, mixed-use urban village on 135 acres of undeveloped land on King Mountain near James Street. An extension of James Street will continue up to Van Wyck Road. Sixty-eight acres will be used for residential land, 46 acres for open spaces and parks, and 21 acres for roads. In the proposed development area, an urban village center will be constructed. This center will contain residential and commercial uses, from cafes and stores to apartments, townhouses and single family residences.
Community development, Urban--Environmental aspects--Washington (State)--Bellingham, Environmental impact analysis--Washington (State)--Bellingham
Western Washington University
Subject – LCSH
Community development, Urban--Environmental aspects--Washington (State)--Bellingham; Environmental impact analysis--Washington (State)--Bellingham
environmental impact statements
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Collins, Sarah; Hall, Thomas; Nelson, Zoe; Vincent, Abby; and Zeretzke, Jared, "King Mountain Neighborhood Urban Village environmental impact assessment" (2009). College of the Environment Graduate and Undergraduate Publications. 49.