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Vancouver City Council considers restrictions on large warehouses ahead of moratorium’s expiration

By , Columbian staff writer
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Vancouver’s yearlong warehouse moratorium will expire on Dec. 6, and city staff are rapidly developing ordinances to specify what types of warehouses will be allowed in the city moving forward.

Monday night, Vancouver community development director Chad Eiken outlined some of the ordinances that city staff have come up with so far to the city council.

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Columbian staff writer