Land Use meetings can be somewhat dry. But the next Queen Anne Community Council Land Use Resource Committee meeting Feb. 13, should fill some seats.
The meeting will continue the discussion of the Aegis organization’s plan to build on property at 200 W. Galer St. The building will be four stories with about 66 bedrooms. As usual with any development is the issue of parking. Aegis plans to have 23 underground parking stalls, but some have questioned whether that would be enough to absorb the expected increase in neighborhood traffic.
One unusual aspect of the proposed construction is the possible cutting down of a few large Cypress trees on Third.
Aegis representatives spoke about the project at the last LURC meeting. This meeting will be held at 7 p.m. at The Queen Anne Manor at 100 Crockett St.