State Court of Appeals reverses growth board decision on YarrowBay developments in Black Diamond | Breaking News

The Court of Appeals of the state of Washington reversed the Central Puget Sound Growth Management Hearings Board decision regarding the master planned development ordinances for YarrowBay's Villages and Lawson Hills in Black Diamond.

The first paragraph of the ruling stated: "The Central Puget Sound Growth Management Hearings Board lacked jurisdiction to review the 2010 ordinances enacted by the City of Black Diamond approving the master plan development permits for Yarrow Bay. We reverse"

The petitioners to the court who supported the board decision, Toward Responsible Development, a Black Daimond group of residents, have 20 days to file a motion of reconsideration to the three judge Court of Appeals or 30 days to file for a petition for review to the state Supreme Court.

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