Councilor Wayne Matewsky said overdevelopment without parking spaces was about greed and that something has to be done.
By Josh Resnek
Councilor Wayne Matewsky asked his colleagues Monday night to take the bull by the horns and to do something about what he called the city’s out of
By and large, automobile space requirements have been eliminated or disregarded in order to accommodate a dramatic amount of new development.
control parking space restrictions on new developments.
“The city council should take a stand,” he told his colleagues in his down to earth style.
“I don’t believe in bicycles solving Everett’s parking problems,” Matewsky added.
He said he found it unbelievable that some property owners trying to convert a single family home into a two family have been denied a permit while some apartment houses recently built have only 36 spaces for more than 80 units.Continue reading “Matewsky demands council deal directly with city’s parking issue”