Dan Larson watches crews install a new sidewalk in front of his house on Elwood Drive West in University Place. Larson wants a driveway cutout. The city said no because he doesn’t have a driveway and building one would violate zoning regulations. He has multiple sclerosis, needs a cane to get around and believes he’ll be in a wheelchair in the near future. He says he needs easier access to the home.
Dan Larson watches crews install a new sidewalk in front of his house on Elwood Drive West in University Place. Larson wants a driveway cutout. The city said no because he doesn’t have a driveway and building one would violate zoning regulations. He has multiple sclerosis, needs a cane to get around and believes he’ll be in a wheelchair in the near future. He says he needs easier access to the home. Lui Kit Wong lwong@thenewstribune.com
Dan Larson watches crews install a new sidewalk in front of his house on Elwood Drive West in University Place. Larson wants a driveway cutout. The city said no because he doesn’t have a driveway and building one would violate zoning regulations. He has multiple sclerosis, needs a cane to get around and believes he’ll be in a wheelchair in the near future. He says he needs easier access to the home. Lui Kit Wong lwong@thenewstribune.com

University Place denies request for driveway cutout from homeowner with MS

May 10, 2016 12:50 PM

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