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    Chris Murphy, president of the Pointe Woodworth Homeowners Association, said most residents support a plan to adopt transitional zoning to limit growth of heavy industry east of the Hylebos Waterway. The plan would grandfather in existing industry but curtail round-the-clock activity which Murphy says is often loud enough to rattle the windows of homeowners.

Chris Murphy, president of the Pointe Woodworth Homeowners Association, said most residents support a plan to adopt transitional zoning to limit growth of heavy industry east of the Hylebos Waterway. The plan would grandfather in existing industry but curtail round-the-clock activity which Murphy says is often loud enough to rattle the windows of homeowners. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com
Chris Murphy, president of the Pointe Woodworth Homeowners Association, said most residents support a plan to adopt transitional zoning to limit growth of heavy industry east of the Hylebos Waterway. The plan would grandfather in existing industry but curtail round-the-clock activity which Murphy says is often loud enough to rattle the windows of homeowners. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com

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