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Snohomish County Planning Commission Agenda May 2019

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Category: Events and Notices - Legal and Public Notices
Posted: 05/18/2019
 

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SnohomishCounty


PLANNING COMMISSION


PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT SERVICES


 


 


REGULAR MEETING AGENDA


SnohomishCountyPlanning Commission


May 28, 2019


5:30 – 9:00 PM


 


 


Snohomish County Administration Building-East


1st Floor, Public Meeting Room 2


3000 Rockefeller Avenue,Everett,WA98201


 


 


For access to supporting documents reviewed by the Planning Commission,


visit our website at http://www.snohomishcountywa.gov and enter “Planning Commission” in the search box.


 


 


A. CALL TO ORDER, ROLL CALL, AND AGENDA REVIEW


B. APPROVAL OF MINUTES


• April 23, 2019: Regular Meeting


C. STATUS OF PAST RECOMMENDATIONS AND FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS


D. UNFINISHED BUSINESS


1.


1. Planned Residential Development Code Amendments: Hearing


Sarah Titcomb, Senior Planner, 425-262-2128, Sarah.Titcomb@snoco.org


The Planning Commission was briefed on proposed code amendments to Chapter 30.42B SCC, Planned


Residential Developments, on April 23, 2019.The Commission will now hold a public hearing on the subject.


The proposed code amendments will:


1)


Remove inconsistent language, and align covenant review and recordation processes with other


development types;


 


2)


Remove the unit per net development acre maximum within the R-7,200, R-8,400, and R-9,600


zones to allow Planned Residential Development to continue to be utilized, and encourage infill


development; and


 


3)


Make housekeeping amendments to improve implementation and readability. Minor updates to the


proposed code language and findings have been made and are presented in the Supplemental


Staff Report.


 


PDS Staff recommends that the Commission forward the code amendments to County Council with a


recommendation to adopt the amendments in the form presented at the May 28, 2019 Planning Commission


hearing.


For further information, please review:


 


 



Briefing Staff Report dated April 8, 2019, including:



Hearing Staff Report dated May 10, 2019, including:


o Attachment A: Planned Residential Development Proposed Code Amendments, Draft Findings


of Fact and Conclusions



Redline Hearing Staff Report dated May 10, 2019 (this copy shows the changes between the


briefing and hearing report)


LEGAL NOTICE


 


 


E. NEW BUSINESS


1.


1. 2019 County-initiated Comprehensive Plan Amendments: Briefing


Steve Skorney, PDS Senior Planner, 425-262-2207, steve.skorney@snoco.org


The Planning Commission will be briefed on the annual consideration of county-initiated amendments to


the GMA comprehensive plan according to the requirements of Chapter 30.73 SCC. A June 25, 2019 public


hearing is tentatively proposed on this year’s package, which includes:


a.


GPP19-3 – Technical Map Corrections


Steve Skorney, PDS Senior Planner, 425-262-2207, steve.skorney@snoco.org


The 2019 technical corrections consist of the following amendments to the General Policy Plan


(GPP) maps:


1) Urban Growth Area (UGA) boundary accuracy improvements;


2) Recognition of properties that are no longer under county jurisdiction due to annexations and


changes in tribal trust status; and


3) Corrections to identified mapping errors or oversights.


For further information, please review:


 


 


• Staff Report (dated May 10, 2019)


b.


GPP19-4 – Policy Amendment - Special Flood Hazard Areas within UGAs


Terri Strandberg, PDS Principal Planner, 425-262-2359, terri.strandberg@snoco.org


The county is considering proposed amendments to land use policy expanding the limited list of


uses currently allowed in the UGAs where there is industrial zoning and density fringe. Any


additions to the list of allowed uses must adhere to the purpose and intent of the special flood


hazard area regulations and to the shoreline management program.


For further information, please review:


• Staff Report (dated May 10, 2019)


1.


1. Vision 2050: Informational Briefing


Barb Mock, Director


As the region prepares to add more people and more jobs in the coming decades, VISION 2050 will provide


a guide for sustaining a healthy environment, thriving communities, and a strong economy. PSRC is


updating VISION to consider new information and perspectives about a changing region. The Growth


Management Policy Board is guiding the VISION 2050 planning process. PSRC is working with their


members, stakeholders, and other interested parties to develop a draft plan. Adoption of VISION 2050 by


the General Assembly is scheduled for spring 2020.


LEGAL NOTICE


 


 


F. ADJOURN


PLANNING COMMISSION’S RANGE OF POSSIBLE ACTIONS:


 


At the conclusion of its public hearing, the County Planning Commission will consider transmitting a formal


recommendation to County Council concerning adoption of the proposal. The Commission may make a


recommendation to adopt or to not adopt the proposal. The Commission’s recommendation may also propose


amendments to the proposal. The Planning Commission is an advisory body and the final decision rests with the


County Council.


 


PARTY OF RECORD / PUBLIC TESTIMONY:


 


You may become a party of record for any specific topic that comes before the Planning Commission by submitting a


written request or testimony to Brandi Spores, Planning Commission Clerk, PDS, M/S 604,3000 Rockefeller Avenue,


Everett,WA98201or via email at Brandi.Spores@snoco.org.


 


WHERE TO GET COPIES OF DOCUMENTS AND WEBSITE ACCESS:


 


Please check www.snohomishcountywa.gov for additional information or the Snohomish County Department


of Planning and Development Services, Reception Desk, 2nd Floor, County Administration Building-East, 3000


Rockefeller Avenue,Everett. For more information, call Brandi Spores, Planning Commission Clerk, at 425-388-3224.


 


AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT NOTICE:


 


SnohomishCountyfacilities are accessible. The county strives to provide access and services to all members of


the public. Sign language interpreters and communication materials in alternate form will be provided upon advance


request of one calendar week. Contact Angela Anderson at 425-262-2206 Voice, or 425-388-3700 TDD


 


SnohomishCountyPlanning Commissioners:


Merle Ash, District 1 Bob Wold, District 4


Ed Taft, District 1 Neil Pedersen, District 4


Tom Norcott, District 2 Jim Langston, District 5


Douglas Hannam, District 2 Leah Everett, District 5


Robert Larsen, District 3 Position Vacant, Executive Appointee


Loren Simmonds, District 3


 


Commission Staff (from Planning and Development Services (PDS) Department):


 


Barb Mock, Commission Secretary Brandi Spores, Commission Clerk


 


Published: May 18, 2019.


 


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