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4 Wednesday, July 30, 1997 West Seattle Herald/White Center News LAND-USENOTES The following actions have been reported by the Depart- ment of Construction and Land Use (DCLU). Written comments may be submitted to the DCLU at 710 Second Ave., Suite 200, Seattle, WA 98104-1703. Applications 2148 Halleck Ave. S.W. Seeking a master-use permit for construction of a second-story, 336- sq. ft. deck on a single-family resi- dence. An existing deck would be removed. Requires variances to allow unenclosed deck in front set- back to be wider than 20 feet; and to project more than four feet into the front setback. Comment deadline is July 30. A.pplicant contact: Martha Hill, 933- 163 I. Project 9703267. 2301 California Ave. S.W. Seeking a master-use permit to install nine Western Wireless panel antennae on the roof of an existing building. Requires administrative conditional use to exceed the NC2 zone's 40-toot height limit. Installa- tion of electronic equipment cabinets included. Comment period ends Aug. 6. Applicant contact Greg Anderson, 451-8578. Project 9703109. Decisions 2130 Bonair Dr. S.W. A master-use permit was granted to establish two existing dwelling units on one lot as two separate dwelling units on two separate development sites. Variances condi- tionally granted to allow more than the allowed lot coverage in an LDT zone; coverage on lot 1 may not exceed 33,5 percent, and to allow the structure to be deeper than allowed in LDT zone. Appeal deadline July 31. Applicant contact: Neal Thomp- son, 322-1192. Project 9701291. 1012 S.W. Trenton St. A master-use permit was issued to demolish Highland Park Elementary School. A new 71,484-sq.-ft. ele- mentary school with 4,000 sq. ft. of covered play space, bus loop, service drive and parking for 66 vehicles (with overflow parking for 34 vehi- cles). Hours of construction are to be limited and construction parking provided. Appeals deadline Aug. 7. Applicant contact Ralph Rohwer, 583-0644. Project 9605108. 3039 Alki Ave. S.W. A master-use permit was issued for additions to the third floor of a multilamily residence. A request for a variance to allow part of the main structure to be built in the required side setback was denied. Appeals deadline Aug. 7. Applicant contact Ross Anderson, 937-1002. Project 9703O78. Appeals 5244 S.W. Jacobsen Rd. An appeal hearing has been sched- uled for 9 a.m. Aug. 27 regarding a master-use permit to build a single- family dwelling in an environmen- tally critical area. Appealed is an exception to the 30-percent area limit on development on a steep slope. Applicant contact: Randall Spaan, 720-0166. Project 9600345. Other actions Applications were filed with the DCLU to legalize accessory dwelling units at the following addresses: 4043 23rd Ave. S.W. Applicant David J. Fall. Project 970437 I. 7030 15th Ave. S.W. Applicant Brad Rogers. Project 9704288. Both applicants requested a waiver from, the requirement that one off- street parking space be provided. Dr. Steven Lockett, Some of my patients ask ifI am still taking new patients. I am always flattered to have my patients recommend their friends and family members. My staff is always asking me why I don't ask my patients if they would allow me to help any of their Mends and family with their dental needs. Many Dentists find it hard to ask for referrals. If you are truly happy with your dentist, do your friends and family and your dentist a favor by getting them together. By the way I always enjoy a new face. I can provide the most caring, advanced dentistry available. 10254 16th Ave. S.W. * White Center" 762-2573 e Many Amenilies including: Washer and Dryer in each unit Tours Ava//ab/e Da//y D/seounts Boulevard A Seniors Community 2805 S. 125th Street Seattle II (South 125th & Military Rd.) ., (206)i 243-0300 There were Parade. plen of pretty girls in the Rotary Club Kiddie Parade. It was the Enjoying a Accredited by the American Association of Homes for the Housekeeping, laundry services, and 24 hour security Maintenance of building, grounds, & your apartment Social activities and trips Two or three meals daily Independent living apartments Assisted living services 24 hour skilled nursing care 712-5 Fauntlero------- S--W- g ;eattle, WA 98136 II Hair design 3rd ANNUAL BACK TO SCHOOL * 100% of profits from shirt &button sales help from Morton's United Drugs. * If you don't need a shirt but still want to help, we're looking for are: Washable markers, Spiral Notebooks & Pens with and w/o Just drop off new school supply donations at I!