Discover and read the best of Twitter Threads about #pullmancitycouncil

Most recents (3)


I’m trying to understand a situation, accurately and more comprehensively, after listening to what Welch Comer presented to the #PullmanCityCouncil, last night about the @City_of_Pullman’s Main Street Redesign aka Project Downtown Pullman.

Part 1:
Welch Comer to #PullmanCityCouncil

Part 2:
Welch Comer to #PullmanCityCouncil

Part 3:
Read 10 tweets
@dongho_chang or anybody else that knows, Is there a LOS requirement for 🚗 on the NHS (e.g., Grand Avenue/State Route 27, within the Pullman city limits in Washington state)? If yes, is there an LOS requirement for people walking/cycling/rolling? Is LOS desire-based or required?
Thanks anyways! Think I found my answer in the linked
@USDOTFHWA Memorandum:

“Although States may adopt LOS standards in their design manuals, FHWA does not have regulations or policies that require specific minimum LOS values for projects on the NHS.”…
At tomorrow’s #PullmanCityCouncil mtg, Welch Comer will tell the Council that @WSDOT_East basically would prioritize LOS for cars & likely require the @City_if_Pullman removes parking on Grand to transition it into 4 lanes! (I doubt it!)


RCW: #CompleteStreets, anyone?
Read 8 tweets
I observed/listened in on today’s @City_of_Pullman Hearing Examiner (Andy Kottkamp) meeting, which included two public hearings. I was very impressed with his written decision on a previous & contentious matter, so I want to learn more about his style, analysis, etc.

At one point, AK said he doesn’t believe he has the authority to waive requirements for the variance & then asked the @City_of_Pullman’s Assistant City Planner Jason Radtke for the basis of his support on the application.

Slight paraphrasing:

JR: It’s what the city has done in the past.

AK: Why hasn’t the code been changed?

JR: We’re working on it.

AK: I’m going to stick w/the code.

Hearing Examiner decisions will be made by 10 days.

Read 4 tweets

Related hashtags

Did Thread Reader help you today?

Support us! We are indie developers!

This site is made by just two indie developers on a laptop doing marketing, support and development! Read more about the story.

Become a Premium Member ($3.00/month or $30.00/year) and get exclusive features!

Become Premium

Too expensive? Make a small donation by buying us coffee ($5) or help with server cost ($10)

Donate via Paypal Become our Patreon

Thank you for your support!