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site specific rezone and boundary line adjustment
file No: BLA19-001 & OZM19-001
Is a site specific rezone application proposing to rezone approximately 0.94 acres from DMU-I to DMU-II to allow a boundary line adjustment to occur without creating a split zoned parcel of land (see attached boundary line adjustment map). The property is located at the southern terminus of S. Center Park Way, a public right-of-way. All of the land subject to this request are within the Comprehensive Plan’s Downtown District (DD) Land Use designation; therefore, no amendment to the Comprehensive Plan’s Land Use Map is proposed or required. This proposal is categorically exempt from the requirement for a SEPA threshold determination pursuant to WAC 197-11-800(6)(c).
Littlejohn employee housing
file no: BSP19-001
Establish a thirty-unit residential development composed of twelve duplex and two triplex units (30 residential units total) for the purpose of rent or lease. The application submitted by William Littlejohn is to provide for employee housing . This proposed binding site plan will not create individual lots (i.e., subdivision). The project will have a single north/south running road off of the south side of Hendrickson Road with four community parking lots providing a cumulative total of 57 parking spaces stemming from it (reference attached site plan).
file no: SUb15-001
resubmittal documents received 12/28/18
- Cover letter 12/27/18
- Critical Areas Study and Mitigation Plan 12/27/18
- Declaration of Easement - Greentrust Short Plan 8/12/2004
- Development Review Matrix 6/22/18 Section A
- Development Review Matrix 6/22/18 Section B
- Development Review Matrix 6/22/18 Section C
- Preliminary Plat Plan 12/27/18
- Traffic Impact Comment Response 12/5/18
"JENNIE’S MEADOW PHASES B & C" PRELIMINARY MAJOR SUBDIVISION AND VARIANCE APPLICATION
FILE NO: SUB18-001 / VAR18-001
PUBLIC MEETINGS AND PUBLIC HEARINGS ARE HELD AT THE CITY OF SEQUIM CIVIC CENTER, 152 WEST CEDAR STREET, SEQUIM, WA 98382, BEGINNING AT 6:00 PM.
Phased subdivision of approximately 22 acres of R4-8 zoned property into 71 residential lots. As part of this proposal, they are also seeking a variance from SMC 17.32.110, which requires two separated points of access for subdivisions which would create a single street access to more than 30 lots. The subject property consists of the undeveloped portion of a larger phased subdivision that received preliminary approval in 2005, but was never fully developed. (Phases B and C expired prior to receiving final approval.)
The subject property is located on the western boundary of the City of Sequim, being described as “PHASE B (FUTURE DEVELOPMENT PARCEL 1) AND PHASE C (FUTURE DEVELOPMENT PARCEL 2) / JENNIE’S MEADOW PHASE A / CITY OF SEQUIM, SUB05/002 AND PUD05/001 / VOLUME 14 / PAGE 93, RECORDS OF CLALLAM COUNTY, WASHINGTON” – Clallam County Assessor’s parcel numbers 043024-582140 and 043024-582150.
SUBDIVISION APPLICATION DOCUMENTS SUB18-001
- SUB18-001 Environmental Checklist
- SUB18-001 MDNS Threshold
- SUB18-001 Notice of Postponed Public Meeting and Public Hearing
- SUB18-001 Application 3-23-18
- SUB18-001 Deeds 3-23-18
- SUB18-001 JenniesMeadow-TIA-Appendix-Final 3-23-18
- SUB18-001 JenniesMeadow-TIA-TextandGraphics-Final 3-23-18
- SUB18-001 Mitigated Determination of Nonsignificance 3-23-18
- SUB18-001 SEPA 3-23-18
- SUB18-001 Stormwater 3-23-18