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Location: Washington
Category: Events and Notices - Legal and Public Notices
Posted: 09/17/2016
 

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LEGAL NOTICE


 


 


SnohomishCounty


 


PLANNING COMMISSION


 


PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT SERVICES


 


REGULAR MEETING AGENDA


 


SnohomishCountyPlanning Commission


 


September 27, 2016


 


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.snoco.org and enter “Planning Commission” in the search box.


 


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


 


B. APPROVAL OF MINUTES


 


-August 23, 2016 (Regular Meeting)


 


C. STATUS OF PAST RECOMMENDATIONS AND FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS


 


 


D. PUBLIC COMMENT


 


Public comment (3 minutes or less per person) will be accepted on any item related to planning, zoning, and/


or land use that is not already scheduled for public hearing on this meeting agenda. Persons providing public


comment on a non-hearing item will not be considered a party of record with respect to that item and their


comments will be entered into the record only when provided in writing.


 


Citizens are reminded that Planning Commissioners are volunteers and do not work for the county. As the


legislative body, the County Council has decision-making authority.


 


E. UNFINISHED BUSINESS


 


 


F. NEW BUSINESS


 


 


1. Capital Improvement Plan 2017-2022: Hearing


 


Eileen Canola, PDS Senior Planner, 425-388-3311, X-2253, eileen.canola@snoco.org


 


Brian Haseleu, Budget & Systems Manager, 425-388-3822, brian.haseleu@snoco.org


 


Debbi Mock, Senior Financial Consultant, 425-388-3450, debbie.mock@snoco.org


 


 For more information see:


 


 • Supplemental Staff Report (dated September 13, 2016) including:


 


. Recommended substantive findings and conclusions to support County Council adoption of the


 


 2017-2021 CIP


 


The purpose of the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is to establish a six-year “financial plan” to implement


the Capital Facilities Plan (CFP); it is prepared annually as part of the county’s budget process. For a six-year


time frame the CIP identifies county capital projects, costs, funding sources and a schedule for starting and


completing the capital projects. The Planning Commission was briefed on the 2017-2022 CIP on August 23,


2016. At this September meeting, a public hearing will be held and citizens encouraged to provide testimony


regarding the CIP.


 


2. School Capital Facilities Plans 2016-2021: Hearing


 


Eileen Canola, PDS Senior Planner, 425-388-3311, X-2253, eileen.canola@snoco.org


 


 For more information see:


 


 • Supplemental Staff Report (dated September 13, 2016) including:


 


 . School Board Adopted 2016-2021 School Capital Facilities Plans for the following school districts:


Arlington,Everett,LakeStevens, Mukilteo, Snohomish


 


 . Attachment 2: Recommended substantive findings and conclusions to support County Council


approval of eleven school district CFPs and amendments to SCC 30.66C.100


 


 


School districts must prepare and adopt a capital facilities plan (CFP) that meets state and local requirements


in order to participate in Snohomish County’s school impact fee program. School impact fees provide mitigation


for the impacts of new development on public school facilities and can only be spent on certain public facilities.


 


SnohomishCountyreviews each school district CFP for consistency with the review criteria established in


county code. School district CFPs are generally updated on a biennial basis and amend both the county code


and the county’s GMA comprehensive plan.


 


Planning and Development Services (PDS) has reviewed eleven draft school CFPs and has briefed the


Planning Commission on how these draft CFPs would amend the school impact fee schedule in Table


30.66C.100(1) of the SnohomishCountyCode(SCC). At this September meeting, a public hearing will be


held and citizens encouraged to provide testimony regarding the School Capital Facilities Plans for 2016-2021.


 


3. Park Impact Mitigation Fees: Hearing


 


Sharon Swan, Parks Principal Planner, 425-388-6616, sharon.swan@snoco.org


 


 For more information see:


 


 • Supplemental Staff Report (dated September 24, 2016) including:


 


 . Attachment A: Draft Ordinance ‘Amending SnohomishCountyCodeChapter 30.66! – Park and


Recreation Facility Impact Mitigation


 


TheSnohomishCountyParksand Recreation Department (Parks) has been operating under a Growth


Management Act (GMA) based park impact mitigation fee methodology since 2005. This methodology is


codified in SCC 30.66A and replaced a previously utilized State Environmental Policy Act based approach that


was originally adopted in 1991. The Park Impact Mitigation Fee is collected from new development in order to


support provision of park capital facilities needed to serve population growth. Facilities for which fees can be


collected are those identified as ‘necessary to support development.’


 


A review and update of the Parks Impact Mitigation Fee was prompted by adoption of the 2015 Snohomish


CountyCapitalFacilities Plan (CFP) and the 2015SnohomishCountyParkand Recreation Element (PRE). The


proposed park impact fees include new GMA based level-of-service (LOS) standards for parks that emphasize


provision of individual park amenities. A review of the impact fee calculation methodology is required to ensure


that new LOS standards are met.


 


At its August 23, 2016, meeting the Planning Commission was briefed on proposed changes to SCC 30.66A.


A public hearing will be held at this September meeting, and citizens are encouraged to provide testimony


regarding the proposed changes.


 


4. Marijuana Retail - Separation: Hearing


 


Troy Holbrook, PDS Principal Planner, 425-388-6257, troy.holbrook@snoco.org


 


David Killingstad, PDS Principal Planner, 425-388-3311, ext. 2215, david.killingstad@snoco.org


 


 For more information see:


 


 • Supplemental Staff Report (dated September 14, 2016) including:


 


 . Attachment 1: Comparison of Select Jurisdictions’ Regulations on Retail Marijuana


 


 . Attachment 2: Summary of Field Visits


 


 . Attachment 3: Map of Existing Licensed Marijuana Retail Facilities


 


 • County Council Webcasts including:


 


 . Link to April 13 General Legislative Session with Public Testimony Regarding Clustering:


 


 http://snohomish.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=2&clip_id=5070


 


 . Link to June 8 General Legislative Session with Public Testimony Regarding Clustering:


 


 http://snohomish.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=2&clip_id=5181


 


 . Link to June 15 Marijuana Public Hearing with Comments from Chair Ryan on Clustering:


 


 http://snohomish.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=2&clip_id=5203


 


 . Link to June 22 General Legislative Session enacting Emergency Ordinance No. 16-051:


 


 http://snohomish.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=2&clip_id=5214


 


 . Link to August 10 Public Hearing on Emergency Ordinance No. 16-051:


 


 http://snohomish.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=2&clip_id=5299


 


At the August Planning Commission meeting, PDS staff provided a briefing on proposed code amendments


relating to the separation of retail marijuana businesses. On June 22, 2016, the County Council adopted


Emergency Ordinance No. 16-051 prohibiting new marijuana retail businesses in order to allow time for


development of permanent regulations. Emergency Ordinance No. 16-051 is set to expire on December


22, 2016. The proposed code amendments will include establishing new separation requirements between


marijuana retail businesses and requiring a business license.


 


At this September meeting, the Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on these proposed code


amendments, after PDS has provided an overview of them. Citizens are encouraged to provide testimony.


 


G. 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 Sally Evans, Planning Commission Clerk, PDS, M/S 604,


3000 Rockefeller Avenue,Everett,WA98201or via email at Sally.Evans@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 Sally Evans, Planning Commission Clerk, at


425-388-3285.


 


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 Katy Mitrofanova at 425-388-3311, Ext. 1393 Voice, or


425-388-3700 TDD.


 


SnohomishCountyPlanning Commissioners:


 


 Merle Ash, District 1 Cheryl Stanford, District 4


 


 Ed Taft, District 1 Daniel Strandy, District 4


 


 Tom Norcott, District 2 Guy Palumbo, District 5


 


 Douglas Hannam, District 2 Ben Kaufman, District 5


 


 Robert Larsen, District 3 Angeline Fowler, Executive Appointee


 


 Darrel McLaughlin, District 3


 


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


 


 Joshua Dugan, Acting Commission Secretary Sally Evans, Commission Clerk


 


Published: September 17, 2016.


 


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