Land Use attorney Darby DuComb interviews with Crosscut and releases PSBJ editorial on the SODO parking battles ignited by SDOT and business growth

March 22, 2018

Due to increased growth, the outdated right-of-way management practices are creating logistical nightmares in SODO. The City of Seattle and businesses along Occidental and Utah Avenues are at odds over the rights to keep loading areas clear. Darby DuComb provides insight into this dispute and gives suggestions on how to combat this developing controversy.

Read the full articles via Crosscut or Puget Sound Business Journal.

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