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Several applications filed for Bellingham construction projects

Several Bellingham construction projects are going though the planning process. Here’s a roundup

•  Yorkston Oil Company has submitted a grading permit application to remove the underground storage tanks and the fuel island canopy at

1501 12th St.

home of Pizzazza and the Market Fuel gas station. The permit only indicates the removal of the fueling station and not the restaurant/convenience store.

•  A housing infill permit was filed to subdivide a 6,875 square foot parcel into four lots at

615 N. Forest St.

Three of the lots would be used to build townhomes fronting N. Forest Street while the fourth lot would be for an existing single family home. Comments about this subdivision proposal can be sent to the city by Monday, April 20 to planner Chris Koch at


•  An application for a design review was submitted for a project at

2707 Connelly Ave

., near the Mt. Baker Care Center. The project calls for a 20-unit apartment building with a 40-space parking lot. Comments about this project can be sent by Thursday, April 16 to planner Jackie Lynch at


•  A pre-application neighborhood meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m. Tuesday, April 21 at Birchwood Elementary School for a residential project.

The proposed project is at 2704 W. Maplewood Ave. It calls for two three-story buildings totaling 21 units and one two-story, two-unit building. The applicant is GFC Construction.