Plan is to replace the 110 student temporary buildings with a 400 student school. With two schools there now, traffic and parking are a mess.
Tue, May 17, 2016, 7:45 pm Guest writer
Patrick McKee, a leader in the Sunnyland Neighborhood, guest writes.
Bellingham School District did not accurately answer questions contained in the Environmental Checklist submitted as part of their application to build a new Options High School. I refer specifically to the Transportation Chapter of the Checklist, page 36, questions F and H.
Question F: “How many vehicular trips per day would be generated by the completed project or proposal?”
The school district did not answer this question, and stated, “A traffic study is not required based on the fact that there would be a 100% trip credit given for the existing use.” […]
Read Patrick’s complete article on NorthwestCitizen here.