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The Design Review Board is just one of several citizen-led boards or commissions appointed by the Mayor and City Council to review the design of development projects. Other boards or commissions review the design of public projects, designated landmarks, and in historic districts. There are seven Design Review Boards, each covering a geographic area of the city: Capitol Hill, Downtown, Northeast, Northwest, Queen Anne/Magnolia, Southeast, and Southwest. Thirty-five citizens serve on the City's Design Review Boards. Each of the seven boards has five members from backgrounds intended to represent the players in the development process.

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