Whitman County Gazette - Serving Whitman County since 1877

By Victoria Fowler
Gazette Reporter 

Planning director opposed:

Port land sale hinges on vote

 

November 28, 2019

Volunteers prepare and set out food for residents at the Colfax Food Pantry Nov. 26, including turkeys and hams for the traditional holiday meal.

Pullman Planning Commission conducted a hearing Nov. 20 on a potential zone change for Port of Whitman property south of the Pullman-Albion Road and west of Highway 27.

Prior to this meeting, Pete Dickinson, Pullman planning director, recommend rejecting the request to rezone the property, lots 15-18 and 22-25, from light industrial to multi-family residential.

The lots are being sought for purchase from Aspen Heights, a housing developer based out of Austin, Texas. Aspen is offering the port $1.258 million for the property.

Debbie Snell, Port properties and development manager, told the co...



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