Permit Case Summary

Case Number:
Case Number: ZON08-00096 Case Status: Approved Date Received: 12/1/2008
Description: Site Plan Approval Advanced Determination for Single Family Residence Date Issued: 9/18/2009
Applicant:  FLASH ROAD LLC Expiration Date: 9/18/2014
Site Address: FLASH RD Case Finaled:
Parcel No: 701283006- Other Cases   Parcel Data   Map It    Parcels   Images

Case Actions
Below is a list of actions that have been taken by staff for this permit case. They are sorted based on the date they were added to the database with most recent actions at the top. A value in the "Date Completed" field indicates that the action has been completed.


Description: Approve Permit-UF
Date Completed: 9/18/2009
Disposition: DONE

Description: Approve Permit-UF
Date Completed: 9/18/2009
Disposition: DONE

Description: Approve Permit-UF
Date Completed: 9/18/2009
Disposition: DONE

Description: Approve Permit-UF
Date Completed: 9/18/2009
Disposition: DONE

Description: Review Complete-U
Date Completed: 9/18/2009
Disposition: DONE

Description: Review Complete-U
Date Completed: 9/18/2009
Disposition: DONE

Description: Det. of Completeness-UF
Date Completed: 8/13/2009
Disposition: DONE

Description: Det. of Completeness-UF
Date Completed: 8/13/2009
Disposition: DONE

Description: Additional Info Request-U
Date Completed: 9/18/2009
Disposition: DONE

Description: Additional Info Request-U
Date Completed: 9/18/2009
Disposition: DONE

Description: Case Entered
Date Completed: 12/3/2008
Disposition:

Description: Septic Review Complete-U
Date Completed: 8/11/2009
Disposition: DONE

Description: Potable Water Approval Req
Date Completed: 8/13/2009
Disposition: DONE

Description: App Substantially Complete-U
Date Completed: 12/29/2008
Disposition: DONE

Description: Stormwater Review-U
Date Completed: 8/13/2009
Disposition: DONE

Description: Env. Sensitive Area Review-U
Date Completed: 9/18/2009
Disposition: DONE

Description: Consistency Review-U
Date Completed: 9/18/2009
Disposition: DONE

Description: RAP Review Complete-U
Date Completed: 9/18/2009
Disposition: DONE

Description: Case Entered
Date Completed: 12/3/2008
Disposition:

Description: Septic Review Complete-U
Date Completed: 8/11/2009
Disposition: DONE

Description: Potable Water Approval Req
Date Completed: 8/13/2009
Disposition: DONE

Description: App Substantially Complete-U
Date Completed: 12/29/2008
Disposition: DONE

Description: Stormwater Review-U
Date Completed: 8/13/2009
Disposition: DONE

Description: Env. Sensitive Area Review-U
Date Completed: 9/18/2009
Disposition: DONE

Description: Consistency Review-U
Date Completed: 9/18/2009
Disposition: DONE

Description: RAP Review Complete-U
Date Completed: 9/18/2009
Disposition: DONE


Case Conditions
Below is a list of conditions for this permit case. Conditions typically record requirements that the applicant must meet to be in compliance with the permit.


Title: Outdoor Residential Storage
Wording: Outdoor residential storage shall be maintained in an orderly manner and shall create no fire, safety, health or sanitary hazard.

Title: Outdoor Residential Storage
Wording: Outdoor residential storage shall be maintained in an orderly manner and shall create no fire, safety, health or sanitary hazard.

Title: Unlicensed/Inoperable Vehicles
Wording: Not more than 2 unlicensed vehicles shall be stored on any lot unless totally screened from view of neighboring dwellings and rights-of-way. Such screening shall meet all applicable performance and development standards specific to the district in which the storage is kept, and shall be in keeping with the character of the area. Screening shall meet the requirements of Chapter 18.30 JCC. Outdoor storage of 3 or more junk motor vehicles is prohibited except in those districts where specified as an automobile wrecking yard or junk (or salvage) yard and allowed as a permitted use in Table 3-1 or Chapter 18.18 JCC, and such storage shall meet the requirements of JCC 18.20.100, Automobile wrecking yards and junk (or salvage) yards. In no case, shall any such junk motor vehicles be stored in a critical area.

Title: Unlicensed/Inoperable Vehicles
Wording: Not more than 2 unlicensed vehicles shall be stored on any lot unless totally screened from view of neighboring dwellings and rights-of-way. Such screening shall meet all applicable performance and development standards specific to the district in which the storage is kept, and shall be in keeping with the character of the area. Screening shall meet the requirements of Chapter 18.30 JCC. Outdoor storage of 3 or more junk motor vehicles is prohibited except in those districts where specified as an automobile wrecking yard or junk (or salvage) yard and allowed as a permitted use in Table 3-1 or Chapter 18.18 JCC, and such storage shall meet the requirements of JCC 18.20.100, Automobile wrecking yards and junk (or salvage) yards. In no case, shall any such junk motor vehicles be stored in a critical area.

Title: SFR PARKING
Wording: A minimum of two (2) on-site parking spaces shall be provided for the single family residence.

Title: SFR PARKING
Wording: A minimum of two (2) on-site parking spaces shall be provided for the single family residence.

Title: Duration and Limitation
Wording: Duration of Approval - Several of the included findings shall become conditions upon the submittal of a building and septic permit. The duration of approval of the Site Plan shall be effective for five (5) years from the date of original approval by the Administrator. If a building permit has not been issued within the five (5) year period, the Site Plan Approval Advance Determination (SPAAD) cannot be revived or extended except by new application that must meet all the existing criteria and conditions listed in this Section. Knowledge of the expiration date shall be the responsibility of the applicant. The county will not provide notification prior to expiration. Limitations of Approval - Approval of the site plan shall not guarantee the performance of specific site features or improvements (e.g. wells, septic systems, stormwater drainage facilities, etc.) and shall not be immune from changes in state or federal law which are enacted or have an effective date after the date of ths Site Plan Approval Advance Determination (SPAAD) and which may affect the performance and implementation of the site plan and associated use or activity. Any subsequent land division or boundary line adjustment of a parcel or lot which has received site plan approval advance determination under this Article VII, Chapter 18.40 JCC shall void such site plan approval and require a new site plan approval advance determination application. Approval of a site plan under this section does not constitute authority to commence any development or building activity until such time as final authorizing permits are issued (e.g., septic, wells, stormwater management, or building permit, etc.). Modification to an approved site plan may be required by the applicant and approved by the Administrator subject to the provisions for Type I decisions. (Please request a copy of Article VII, Chapter 18.40 JCC for criteria pertaining to modifications).

Title: Duration and Limitation
Wording: Duration of Approval - Several of the included findings shall become conditions upon the submittal of a building and septic permit. The duration of approval of the Site Plan shall be effective for five (5) years from the date of original approval by the Administrator. If a building permit has not been issued within the five (5) year period, the Site Plan Approval Advance Determination (SPAAD) cannot be revived or extended except by new application that must meet all the existing criteria and conditions listed in this Section. Knowledge of the expiration date shall be the responsibility of the applicant. The county will not provide notification prior to expiration. Limitations of Approval - Approval of the site plan shall not guarantee the performance of specific site features or improvements (e.g. wells, septic systems, stormwater drainage facilities, etc.) and shall not be immune from changes in state or federal law which are enacted or have an effective date after the date of ths Site Plan Approval Advance Determination (SPAAD) and which may affect the performance and implementation of the site plan and associated use or activity. Any subsequent land division or boundary line adjustment of a parcel or lot which has received site plan approval advance determination under this Article VII, Chapter 18.40 JCC shall void such site plan approval and require a new site plan approval advance determination application. Approval of a site plan under this section does not constitute authority to commence any development or building activity until such time as final authorizing permits are issued (e.g., septic, wells, stormwater management, or building permit, etc.). Modification to an approved site plan may be required by the applicant and approved by the Administrator subject to the provisions for Type I decisions. (Please request a copy of Article VII, Chapter 18.40 JCC for criteria pertaining to modifications).

Title: ADDRESS
Wording: An address shall be applied for at time of building permit application.

Title: SETBACKS
Wording: Setback from Flash Rd. right-of-way is no less than 20 ft., side and rear setbacks are no less than 5 ft. from parcel boundaries If an environmentally sensitive area (ESA) is present, then the more restrictive setback shall apply.

Title: HOLD HARMLESS INDEMNIFY COVENANT
Wording: PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF A BUILDING PERMIT OR SEPTIC PERMIT OR STORMWATER PERMIT, A HOLD HARMLESS INDEMNIFICATION COVENANT SHALL BE RECORDED WITH THE JEFFERSON COUNTY AUDITOR HOLDING JEFFERSON COUNTY HARMLESS FOR DAMAGES ASSOCIATED WITH THE GEOLOGICALLY HAZARDOUS AREA.

Title: ADDRESS
Wording: An address shall be applied for at time of building permit application.

Title: SETBACKS
Wording: Setback from Flash Rd. right-of-way is no less than 20 ft., side and rear setbacks are no less than 5 ft. from parcel boundaries If an environmentally sensitive area (ESA) is present, then the more restrictive setback shall apply.

Title: HOLD HARMLESS INDEMNIFY COVENANT
Wording: PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF A BUILDING PERMIT OR SEPTIC PERMIT OR STORMWATER PERMIT, A HOLD HARMLESS INDEMNIFICATION COVENANT SHALL BE RECORDED WITH THE JEFFERSON COUNTY AUDITOR HOLDING JEFFERSON COUNTY HARMLESS FOR DAMAGES ASSOCIATED WITH THE GEOLOGICALLY HAZARDOUS AREA.

Title: GEOTECH CERTIFICATION
Wording: PRIOR TO FINAL BUILDING OCCUPANCY, PROPONENT SHALL SUBMIT A WRITTEN LETTER FROM THE GEOLOGIST WHO PREPARED THE GEOTECHNICAL REPORT DATED AUGUST 21, 2006 AND THE PLAN REVIEW DATED AUGUST 24, 2009. THE LETTER SHALL STATE THAT THE STRUCTURE AND/OR FACILITIES HAVE BEEN CONSTRUCTED IN CONFORMANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE "GEOTECHNICAL REPORT." THE LETTER SHALL BE STAMPED BY THE LICENSED GEOLOGIST/ENGINEER.

Title: GEOTECH CERTIFICATION
Wording: PRIOR TO FINAL BUILDING OCCUPANCY, PROPONENT SHALL SUBMIT A WRITTEN LETTER FROM THE GEOLOGIST WHO PREPARED THE GEOTECHNICAL REPORT DATED AUGUST 21, 2006 AND THE PLAN REVIEW DATED AUGUST 24, 2009. THE LETTER SHALL STATE THAT THE STRUCTURE AND/OR FACILITIES HAVE BEEN CONSTRUCTED IN CONFORMANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE "GEOTECHNICAL REPORT." THE LETTER SHALL BE STAMPED BY THE LICENSED GEOLOGIST/ENGINEER.

Title: Landslide Vegetative Buffer
Wording: A vegetative buffer of 25-feet shall be permanently maintained from the top or toe of the Landslide Hazard Area to the west of the buildable area, a vegetative buffer of 20-feet shall be permanently maintained from the top or toe of the Landlside Hazard Area to the North and East and South of the buildable area. All buffers shall be measured perpendicularly from the top or toe of the Landslide Hazard Area.

Title: Landslide Vegetative Buffer
Wording: A vegetative buffer of 25-feet shall be permanently maintained from the top or toe of the Landslide Hazard Area to the west of the buildable area, a vegetative buffer of 20-feet shall be permanently maintained from the top or toe of the Landlside Hazard Area to the North and East and South of the buildable area. All buffers shall be measured perpendicularly from the top or toe of the Landslide Hazard Area.

Title: Geotech Report Submitted
Wording: A Geotechnical Report was submitted in conjunction with this application to address the unstable slopes on the subject parcel. The reports states: The residence should be setback at least 20 feet from any slope greater than 25 degrees on the east or north side of the topographic bench. The residence should be setback at least 25 ft. from the toe of the steep slope on the west side of the bench area. A copy of the complete report can be found in MLA08-00484 filed at the Jefferson County Department of Community Development.

Title: Geotech Report Submitted
Wording: A Geotechnical Report was submitted in conjunction with this application to address the unstable slopes on the subject parcel. The reports states: The residence should be setback at least 20 feet from any slope greater than 25 degrees on the east or north side of the topographic bench. The residence should be setback at least 25 ft. from the toe of the steep slope on the west side of the bench area. A copy of the complete report can be found in MLA08-00484 filed at the Jefferson County Department of Community Development.

Title: Slide Buffer-Native Vegetation
Wording: Landslide Hazard Areas and their associated buffers shall remain naturally vegetated. Should buffer disturbance occur during construction, the Unified Development Code (UDC) Administrator shall require replanting with native vegetation. No alterations shall be made to the Landslide Hazard Area or its associated buffer without prior authorization by the UDC Administrator.

Title: Slide Buffer-Native Vegetation
Wording: Landslide Hazard Areas and their associated buffers shall remain naturally vegetated. Should buffer disturbance occur during construction, the Unified Development Code (UDC) Administrator shall require replanting with native vegetation. No alterations shall be made to the Landslide Hazard Area or its associated buffer without prior authorization by the UDC Administrator.

Title: Identify Landslide Hazard Buffer
Wording: Prior to and during approved construction activities, the perimeter of the landslide hazard area buffer shall be marked with a temporary sign. The sign shall be placed in such a manner that it can be directly observed from the construction area. The sign shall contain the following statement: "Landslide Hazard Area and Buffer - Do not Remove or Alter Existing Vegetation."

Title: Identify Landslide Hazard Buffer
Wording: Prior to and during approved construction activities, the perimeter of the landslide hazard area buffer shall be marked with a temporary sign. The sign shall be placed in such a manner that it can be directly observed from the construction area. The sign shall contain the following statement: "Landslide Hazard Area and Buffer - Do not Remove or Alter Existing Vegetation."

Title: Do Not Disturb Buffer
Wording: All construction activities shall not encroach upon the geologically hazardous area buffer and the type "N" stream buffer. This includes the storage or preparation of materials.

Title: Do Not Disturb Buffer
Wording: All construction activities shall not encroach upon the geologically hazardous area buffer and the type "N" stream buffer. This includes the storage or preparation of materials.

Title: Permanent Landslide Boundary
Wording: The applicant shall permanently separate the boundary of the Landslide Hazard Area Buffer from the remainder of the subject property through installing logs, trees, a hedge row, or any other prominent physical marking approved by the UDC Administrator.

Title: Permanent Landslide Boundary
Wording: The applicant shall permanently separate the boundary of the Landslide Hazard Area Buffer from the remainder of the subject property through installing logs, trees, a hedge row, or any other prominent physical marking approved by the UDC Administrator.

Title: Streamside Setback
Wording: The identified Fish and Wildlife Habitat Conservation Area (Type "N" Stream), shall maintain a vegetative buffer setback of 75-feet. The setback shall be measured horizontally from the Ordinary High Water Mark (OHWM) to the buildable area.

Title: Streamside Setback
Wording: The identified Fish and Wildlife Habitat Conservation Area (Type "N" Stream), shall maintain a vegetative buffer setback of 75-feet. The setback shall be measured horizontally from the Ordinary High Water Mark (OHWM) to the buildable area.

Title: 5-Foot Stream Setback
Wording: An additional setback of five (5) feet is required from the edge of the Fish and Wildlife Habitat Conservation Area (type "N" stream) buffer area to the proposed buildable area.

Title: 5-FOOT GEO SETBACK
Wording: An additional setback of five (5) feet is required from the edge of the geologically hazardous area buffer to the proposed buildable area.

Title: 5-Foot Stream Setback
Wording: An additional setback of five (5) feet is required from the edge of the Fish and Wildlife Habitat Conservation Area (type "N" stream) buffer area to the proposed buildable area.

Title: 5-FOOT GEO SETBACK
Wording: An additional setback of five (5) feet is required from the edge of the geologically hazardous area buffer to the proposed buildable area.

Title: Identify Streamside Buffer
Wording: A permanent physical separation along the boundary of the Fish and Wildlife Habitat Conservation Area (type "N" stream) buffer area shall be installed and permanently maintained. Such separation can include installing logs, trees, a hedgerow, or any other prominent physical marking approved by the UDC Administrator.

Title: Identify Streamside Buffer
Wording: A permanent physical separation along the boundary of the Fish and Wildlife Habitat Conservation Area (type "N" stream) buffer area shall be installed and permanently maintained. Such separation can include installing logs, trees, a hedgerow, or any other prominent physical marking approved by the UDC Administrator.

Title: Mark Stream During Construction
Wording: Fish and Wildlife Habitat Conservation Area Buffer (Type "N" Stream) perimeters shall be marked with temporary signs at an interval of one per parcel or every one hundred (100) feet, whichever is less. Signs shall be in place prior to and during construction activities. The signs shall contain the following statement: "Buffer - Do Not Remove or Alter Existing Vegetation."

Title: Mark Stream During Construction
Wording: Fish and Wildlife Habitat Conservation Area Buffer (Type "N" Stream) perimeters shall be marked with temporary signs at an interval of one per parcel or every one hundred (100) feet, whichever is less. Signs shall be in place prior to and during construction activities. The signs shall contain the following statement: "Buffer - Do Not Remove or Alter Existing Vegetation."

Title: Aquifer Recharge Conditions (SFR)
Wording: Critical Aquifer Recharge Areas may require special protection measures to mitigate water quality degradation. The submitted proposal does not require additional aquifer protection measures. However, during construction the project shall follow the Best Management Practices (BMPs) and facility design standards as identified and defined in the Stormwater Management Manual for the Puget Sound Basin.

Title: Aquifer Recharge Conditions (SFR)
Wording: Critical Aquifer Recharge Areas may require special protection measures to mitigate water quality degradation. The submitted proposal does not require additional aquifer protection measures. However, during construction the project shall follow the Best Management Practices (BMPs) and facility design standards as identified and defined in the Stormwater Management Manual for the Puget Sound Basin.

Title: Seawater Intrusion Areas
Wording: To help prevent seawater from intruding landward into underground aquifers, all new development activity on Marrowstone Island, Indian Island and within 1/4 mile of any marine shoreline shall be required to infiltrate all stormwater runoff onsite.

Title: Seawater Intrusion Areas
Wording: To help prevent seawater from intruding landward into underground aquifers, all new development activity on Marrowstone Island, Indian Island and within 1/4 mile of any marine shoreline shall be required to infiltrate all stormwater runoff onsite.

Title: Coastal & At Risk SIPZ-Water Con
Wording: VOLUNTARY MEASURES OF COASTAL & AT RISK SIPZ: Water conservation measures: 1. Roof and other intercepted precipitation shall be routed to on-site detention ponds and/or other approved means and allowed to be released to the soil slowly. 2. Water collected from Storm water and roof catchments may be used for watering lawns and gardens. Unless catchment water has been treated to meet drinking water standards, there shall be no cross connections allowed between the potable supply and impounded water. 3. Water withdrawn from wells on each property shall not be used for watering of lawns and/or gardens. 4. Ground water withdrawn from each property shall be restricted to a rate of three (3) gallons per minute. 5. Installation of water conserving fixtures such as low flow toilets, faucets and shower restrictors and other water saving plumbing fixtures. 6. Landscaping plan (xeriscaping, native vegetation with minimal amounts of irrigation). Please NOTE that the above listed measures are not intended to be exhaustive, but rather is intended to be illustrative of the types of water conservation measures.

Title: Coastal & At Risk SIPZ-Water Con
Wording: VOLUNTARY MEASURES OF COASTAL & AT RISK SIPZ: Water conservation measures: 1. Roof and other intercepted precipitation shall be routed to on-site detention ponds and/or other approved means and allowed to be released to the soil slowly. 2. Water collected from Storm water and roof catchments may be used for watering lawns and gardens. Unless catchment water has been treated to meet drinking water standards, there shall be no cross connections allowed between the potable supply and impounded water. 3. Water withdrawn from wells on each property shall not be used for watering of lawns and/or gardens. 4. Ground water withdrawn from each property shall be restricted to a rate of three (3) gallons per minute. 5. Installation of water conserving fixtures such as low flow toilets, faucets and shower restrictors and other water saving plumbing fixtures. 6. Landscaping plan (xeriscaping, native vegetation with minimal amounts of irrigation). Please NOTE that the above listed measures are not intended to be exhaustive, but rather is intended to be illustrative of the types of water conservation measures.

Title: Coastal & At Risk SIPZ-Measures
Wording: VOLUNTARY MEASURES OF COASTAL & AT RISK SIPZ: 1. Installation of a flow meter. 2. On-going well monitoring for chloride concentration. 3. Submittal of monitoring data to County.

Title: Coastal & At Risk SIPZ-Measures
Wording: VOLUNTARY MEASURES OF COASTAL & AT RISK SIPZ: 1. Installation of a flow meter. 2. On-going well monitoring for chloride concentration. 3. Submittal of monitoring data to County.

Title: Coastal SIPZ-Mand Potable Water
Wording: MANDATORY MEASURES FOR COASTAL SIPZ: 1. For proof of potable water on a building permit application, applicant must utilize DOH-approved public water system if available. 2. If public water is unavailable, a qualifying alternative system may be used as proof of potable water or an individual well may be used as proof of potable water subject to the following requirement: a. Chloride concentration of a laboratory-certified well water sample submitted with building permit application. 3. If public water is unavailable, a qualifying alternative system may be used as proof of potable water.

Title: Coastal SIPZ-Mand Potable Water
Wording: MANDATORY MEASURES FOR COASTAL SIPZ: 1. For proof of potable water on a building permit application, applicant must utilize DOH-approved public water system if available. 2. If public water is unavailable, a qualifying alternative system may be used as proof of potable water or an individual well may be used as proof of potable water subject to the following requirement: a. Chloride concentration of a laboratory-certified well water sample submitted with building permit application. 3. If public water is unavailable, a qualifying alternative system may be used as proof of potable water.


Case Findings
Below is a list of findings for this permit case. Findings typically record facts that the staff are using as the basis of their permit processing decisions.


Title: F-WATER
Wording: This parcel is served by a private well.

Title: F-ACCESS
Wording: Access to this parcel is provided by Flash Rd. (P452) which is a private road.

Title: F-WATER
Wording: This parcel is served by a private well.

Title: F-ACCESS
Wording: Access to this parcel is provided by Flash Rd. (P452) which is a private road.

Title: F-Confirmed ESAs
Wording: The application was reviewed by the Jefferson County Department of Community Development staff on January 8, 2009 for the potential presence of Environmentally Sensitive Areas (ESAs) under the provisions of the Unified Development Code (UDC). After an initial Geographic Information Systems mapping review and an investigative site inspection, the following ESAs were confirmed to be present on the subject property: conservancy shoreline designation; Type "N" stream; seismic hazard; moderate landlside hazard; erosion hazard; susceptible aquifer recharge area; coastal sipz; coastal zone atlas - unstable slope stability; wetlands along shoreline.

Title: F-Confirmed ESAs
Wording: The application was reviewed by the Jefferson County Department of Community Development staff on January 8, 2009 for the potential presence of Environmentally Sensitive Areas (ESAs) under the provisions of the Unified Development Code (UDC). After an initial Geographic Information Systems mapping review and an investigative site inspection, the following ESAs were confirmed to be present on the subject property: conservancy shoreline designation; Type "N" stream; seismic hazard; moderate landlside hazard; erosion hazard; susceptible aquifer recharge area; coastal sipz; coastal zone atlas - unstable slope stability; wetlands along shoreline.

Title: F-Special Report Submitted
Wording: A Special Report was submitted in conjunction with the application to address the (list ESA).

Title: F-Special Report Submitted
Wording: A Special Report was submitted in conjunction with the application to address the (list ESA).

Title: F-Aquifer Recharge Area
Wording: Aquifer Recharge Areas in Jefferson County are characterized by porous geological formations that allow percolation of the surface water into the soils and the underlying zone of saturation. Aquifers are geologic formations that contain sufficient saturated permeable material to yield significant quantities of water to wells and springs. Aquifers serve as the source of drinking water within most of the rural portions of Jefferson County.

Title: F-Aquifer Recharge Area
Wording: Aquifer Recharge Areas in Jefferson County are characterized by porous geological formations that allow percolation of the surface water into the soils and the underlying zone of saturation. Aquifers are geologic formations that contain sufficient saturated permeable material to yield significant quantities of water to wells and springs. Aquifers serve as the source of drinking water within most of the rural portions of Jefferson County.

Title: F-Susc. Aquifer Recharge Area
Wording: Susceptible Aquifer Recharge Areas are those with geologic and hydrologic conditions that promote rapid infiltration of recharge waters to groundwater aquifers.

Title: F-Susc. Aquifer Recharge Area
Wording: Susceptible Aquifer Recharge Areas are those with geologic and hydrologic conditions that promote rapid infiltration of recharge waters to groundwater aquifers.

Title: F-Geohazard Area
Wording: Geologically Hazardous Areas in Jefferson County are characterized by slope, soil type, geologic material, and groundwater that may combine to create problems with slope stability, erosion, and water quality during and after construction or during natural events such as earthquakes or severe rainstorms.

Title: F-Geohazard Area
Wording: Geologically Hazardous Areas in Jefferson County are characterized by slope, soil type, geologic material, and groundwater that may combine to create problems with slope stability, erosion, and water quality during and after construction or during natural events such as earthquakes or severe rainstorms.

Title: F-Adjacent Forest Land Disclosure
Wording: Jefferson County has determined that the use of real property for agriculture and forestry operations is a high priority and favored use in the county. The county will not consider to be a nuisance those inconveniences or discomforts arising from such operations, if such operations are consistent with commonly accepted best management practices in compliance with local, state, and federal laws. If your real property includes or is within five hundred (500) feet of real property designated as Rural Residential 1:10 or 1:20, Rural Industrial, Rural Commercial, Agriculture, or Forestry, you may be subject to inconveniences or discomforts arising from such farming and forestry operations, including but not limited to noise, tree removal, odors, flies, fumes, dust, smoke, the operation of farm and forestry machinery during any 24-hour period, the storage and disposal or manure, and the application of permitted fertilizers and permitted pesticides. One or more of these inconveniences may occur as a result of agricultural and forestry operations which are in conformance with existing laws and regulations.

Title: F-Adjacent Forest Land Disclosure
Wording: Jefferson County has determined that the use of real property for agriculture and forestry operations is a high priority and favored use in the county. The county will not consider to be a nuisance those inconveniences or discomforts arising from such operations, if such operations are consistent with commonly accepted best management practices in compliance with local, state, and federal laws. If your real property includes or is within five hundred (500) feet of real property designated as Rural Residential 1:10 or 1:20, Rural Industrial, Rural Commercial, Agriculture, or Forestry, you may be subject to inconveniences or discomforts arising from such farming and forestry operations, including but not limited to noise, tree removal, odors, flies, fumes, dust, smoke, the operation of farm and forestry machinery during any 24-hour period, the storage and disposal or manure, and the application of permitted fertilizers and permitted pesticides. One or more of these inconveniences may occur as a result of agricultural and forestry operations which are in conformance with existing laws and regulations.

Title: F-Streams
Wording: A Type "N" Stream (Fish and Wildlife Habitat Conservation Area) has been identified on the subject property. The stream will require a buffer of 80 feet (75 foot buffer and 5 foot additional building setback). The buffer shall be measured horizontally from the Ordinary High Water Mark (OHWM). Fish and Wildlife Habitat Areas shall also have Buffers and Building Setbacks established.

Title: F-Streams
Wording: A Type "N" Stream (Fish and Wildlife Habitat Conservation Area) has been identified on the subject property. The stream will require a buffer of 80 feet (75 foot buffer and 5 foot additional building setback). The buffer shall be measured horizontally from the Ordinary High Water Mark (OHWM). Fish and Wildlife Habitat Areas shall also have Buffers and Building Setbacks established.

Title: F-Buffers
Wording: Geologically Hazardous Area Buffers and Fish and Wildlife Habitat Conservation Area Buffers are areas that shall be maintained in their natural condition, however, minor pruning or alteration of vegetation may be permitted as long as the function and character of the buffer are not diminished.

Title: F-Buffers
Wording: Geologically Hazardous Area Buffers and Fish and Wildlife Habitat Conservation Area Buffers are areas that shall be maintained in their natural condition, however, minor pruning or alteration of vegetation may be permitted as long as the function and character of the buffer are not diminished.

Title: F-Native Vegetation List
Wording: Among the native conifer species which may be used in buffers or for re-vegetation include, but are not limited to: Grand Fir (Aibes grandis), Sitka Spruce (Picea sitchensis), Shore Pine (Pinus contorta), Douglas Fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii), Western Red Cedar (Thuja plicata), and Western Hemlock (Tsuga heterophylla). Among native tree species which may be used includes: Vine Maple (Acer circinatum), Big-Leaf Maple (Acer macrophyllum), Red Alder (Alnus rubra), Pacific Madrone (Arbutus menziesii), Quaking Aspen (Populus tremula), Black Cottonwood (Populus trichocarpa), Bitter Cherry (Prunus emarginata), Oregon White Oak (Quercus garryana), Cascara (Rhamnus purshiana), Pacific Willow (Salix lasiandra), and Scouler's Willow (Salix scouleriana). Among the native shrub species which may be used are: Sevice-Berry (Amalanchier alnifolia), Red Osier Dogwood (Cornus stolonifera) Salal (Gaultheria shallon), Ocean Spray (Holodiscus discolor), Indian Plum (Oemlaria cerasiformis), Pacific Ninebark (Physocarpus capitus), Red Flowering Currant (Ribes sanguineum), Wild Rose (Rosa nutkana), Swamp Rose (Rosa pisocarpa), Willows (Salix ssp.), Red Elderberry (Sambucus racemosa), Snowberry (Symphoricarpos albus), Evergreen Huckleberry (Vaccinium ovatum), Red Huckleberry (Vaccinium parvifolium).

Title: F-Native Vegetation List
Wording: Among the native conifer species which may be used in buffers or for re-vegetation include, but are not limited to: Grand Fir (Aibes grandis), Sitka Spruce (Picea sitchensis), Shore Pine (Pinus contorta), Douglas Fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii), Western Red Cedar (Thuja plicata), and Western Hemlock (Tsuga heterophylla). Among native tree species which may be used includes: Vine Maple (Acer circinatum), Big-Leaf Maple (Acer macrophyllum), Red Alder (Alnus rubra), Pacific Madrone (Arbutus menziesii), Quaking Aspen (Populus tremula), Black Cottonwood (Populus trichocarpa), Bitter Cherry (Prunus emarginata), Oregon White Oak (Quercus garryana), Cascara (Rhamnus purshiana), Pacific Willow (Salix lasiandra), and Scouler's Willow (Salix scouleriana). Among the native shrub species which may be used are: Sevice-Berry (Amalanchier alnifolia), Red Osier Dogwood (Cornus stolonifera) Salal (Gaultheria shallon), Ocean Spray (Holodiscus discolor), Indian Plum (Oemlaria cerasiformis), Pacific Ninebark (Physocarpus capitus), Red Flowering Currant (Ribes sanguineum), Wild Rose (Rosa nutkana), Swamp Rose (Rosa pisocarpa), Willows (Salix ssp.), Red Elderberry (Sambucus racemosa), Snowberry (Symphoricarpos albus), Evergreen Huckleberry (Vaccinium ovatum), Red Huckleberry (Vaccinium parvifolium).

Title: F-Coastal SIPZ
Wording: The parcel is located within a coastal SIPZ (seawater intrusion protection zone) according to the County GIS map. There are voluntary and mandatory measures identified in the Jefferson County Seawater Intrusion Policy (Resolution 44-22, effective September 23, 2002) that apply to well drilling proposals and building permit applications on existing lots of record. A Coastal SIPZ is defined as: all islands and area within one-quarter mile of marine shoreline, but no history of chloride concentration above 100 mg/L in groundwater sources within 1000 feet.

Title: F-Coastal SIPZ
Wording: The parcel is located within a coastal SIPZ (seawater intrusion protection zone) according to the County GIS map. There are voluntary and mandatory measures identified in the Jefferson County Seawater Intrusion Policy (Resolution 44-22, effective September 23, 2002) that apply to well drilling proposals and building permit applications on existing lots of record. A Coastal SIPZ is defined as: all islands and area within one-quarter mile of marine shoreline, but no history of chloride concentration above 100 mg/L in groundwater sources within 1000 feet.

Title: F-SEPA Exempt
Wording: Jefferson County determined that this proposal is categorically exempt from review under the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) pursuant to WAC 197-11-800(1)(b)(i).

Title: F-SEPA Exempt
Wording: Jefferson County determined that this proposal is categorically exempt from review under the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) pursuant to WAC 197-11-800(1)(b)(i).

Title: F-Site Plan Changes
Wording: The revised site plan as submitted on August 6, 2009 has been reviewed for consistency under the UDC, and has been approved by Jefferson County Department of Community Development. Any modifications, changes, and/or additions to the stamped, approved site plan dated September 18, 2009 shall be resubmitted for review and approval by Jefferson County Department of Community Development.

Title: F-Site Plan Changes
Wording: The revised site plan as submitted on August 6, 2009 has been reviewed for consistency under the UDC, and has been approved by Jefferson County Department of Community Development. Any modifications, changes, and/or additions to the stamped, approved site plan dated September 18, 2009 shall be resubmitted for review and approval by Jefferson County Department of Community Development.

Title: F-Approval for _____ Only
Wording: This approval is for a Site Plan Approval Advanced Determination only. Any future permits on this site are subject to review for consistency with applicable codes and ordinances and does not preclude review and conditions which may be placed on future permits.

Title: F-Approval for _____ Only
Wording: This approval is for a Site Plan Approval Advanced Determination only. Any future permits on this site are subject to review for consistency with applicable codes and ordinances and does not preclude review and conditions which may be placed on future permits.

Title: ZONING
Wording: This is a legal conforming parcel, approximately 5 acres in size, designated as Rural Residential 1:5 under the Jefferson County Comprehensive Plan Land Use Map effective August 28, 1998, as amended.

Title: ZONING
Wording: This is a legal conforming parcel, approximately 5 acres in size, designated as Rural Residential 1:5 under the Jefferson County Comprehensive Plan Land Use Map effective August 28, 1998, as amended.

Title: F-General PMT Notice
Wording: NOTICE: This permit does not excuse the proponent from complying with other local, state, and federal ordinances, regulations, or statutes applicable to the proposed development, but consistent with RCW 90.58. Development pursuant to this permit shall be undertaken subject to the applicable policies and performance standards of the Jefferson County Shoreline Management Master Program and the Jefferson County Unified Development Code. If during excavation or development of the site an area of potential archaeological significance is uncovered, all activity in the immediate area shall be halted, and the Administrator shall be notified at once. The Federal Endangered Species Act rules to protect threatened Chinook and Summer-run Chum salmon became effective on January 8, 2001. Bull trout have been listed as threatened since early 2000. Under the ESA, any person may bring lawsuit against any individual or agency that "takes" listed species (defined as causing harm, harassing, or damaging habitat for the listed species). In addition, the National Marine Fisheries Service can levy penalties. All areas in Jefferson County are included as "critical habitat" for a listed species. Development of property along any marine shoreline, freshwater shoreline, or floodplains could harm habitat if protective measures are not taken. To minimize the potential to damage habitat, all property owners developing adjacent to marine shoreline, freshwater shoreline, or floodplains are advised to do the following: - All development activities should avoid unstable slopes, wetlands, and forested areas near surface waters - Remove minimal vegetation for site development, especially large trees - Allow trees that have fallen into surface waters to remain there - Infiltrate stormwater from buildings and driveways onsite through drywells rather than discharging directly into surface waters or roadside ditches Any individual, group, or agency can bring suit for a listed species "taking", even if you are in compliance with Jefferson County development codes. The risk of a lawsuit against you can be reduced by consulting with a professional fisheries habitat biologist, and following the recommendations for site development provided by the biologist. For more information, contact the National Marine Fisheries Service in Seattle, or the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

Title: F-General PMT Notice
Wording: NOTICE: This permit does not excuse the proponent from complying with other local, state, and federal ordinances, regulations, or statutes applicable to the proposed development, but consistent with RCW 90.58. Development pursuant to this permit shall be undertaken subject to the applicable policies and performance standards of the Jefferson County Shoreline Management Master Program and the Jefferson County Unified Development Code. If during excavation or development of the site an area of potential archaeological significance is uncovered, all activity in the immediate area shall be halted, and the Administrator shall be notified at once. The Federal Endangered Species Act rules to protect threatened Chinook and Summer-run Chum salmon became effective on January 8, 2001. Bull trout have been listed as threatened since early 2000. Under the ESA, any person may bring lawsuit against any individual or agency that "takes" listed species (defined as causing harm, harassing, or damaging habitat for the listed species). In addition, the National Marine Fisheries Service can levy penalties. All areas in Jefferson County are included as "critical habitat" for a listed species. Development of property along any marine shoreline, freshwater shoreline, or floodplains could harm habitat if protective measures are not taken. To minimize the potential to damage habitat, all property owners developing adjacent to marine shoreline, freshwater shoreline, or floodplains are advised to do the following: - All development activities should avoid unstable slopes, wetlands, and forested areas near surface waters - Remove minimal vegetation for site development, especially large trees - Allow trees that have fallen into surface waters to remain there - Infiltrate stormwater from buildings and driveways onsite through drywells rather than discharging directly into surface waters or roadside ditches Any individual, group, or agency can bring suit for a listed species "taking", even if you are in compliance with Jefferson County development codes. The risk of a lawsuit against you can be reduced by consulting with a professional fisheries habitat biologist, and following the recommendations for site development provided by the biologist. For more information, contact the National Marine Fisheries Service in Seattle, or the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

Title: F-Consistent w Comp Plan
Wording: The proposed use is consistent with the goals, policies, and provisions of the Jefferson County Comprehensive Plan and Jefferson County Zoning Ordinance No. 09-0801-94.

Title: F-Consistent w Comp Plan
Wording: The proposed use is consistent with the goals, policies, and provisions of the Jefferson County Comprehensive Plan and Jefferson County Zoning Ordinance No. 09-0801-94.

Title: F-Consistent with UDC
Wording: The proposal was reviewed against the site plan determination criteria of the Jefferson County Code Chapter 18.40 Article VII. (Site Plan Approval Advance Determinations). The criteria for approval are as follows: 1. The proposed site plan conforms to all applicable county, state, and federal land use, environmental and health regulations and plans, including but not limited to the following: The Jefferson County Comprehensive Plan and the provisions of the Unified Development Code. Staff comment: The application was reviewed for consistency under the provisions of the Unified Development Code, Comprehensive Plan, and Shoreline Master Program. The application was found in compliance with all ordinances pertaining to the proposed development. 2. Adequate provisions for utilities and other public services necessary to serve the needs of the proposed site plan have been demonstrated, including open spaces, drainage ways, roads, and other public ways, potable water, sewerage disposal, fire flow and other improvements. Staff comment: The parcel totals approximately 5.00 acres in size and the revised site plan as submitted on August 6, 2009 and stamped approved on September 18, 2009 complies with Jefferson County Code Table 6-1: Density, Dimension and Open Space Standards. This application is for a Site Plan Approval Advance Determination to eventually construct a single-family residence utilizing an individual on-site septic system. Jefferson County Department of Environmental Health reviewed the application and approved it based on the revised site plan date stamped August 6, 2009. This SPAAD was not reviewed for fire flow due to the application as proposed identifies the parcel as utilizing an individual well. Jefferson County has no specific adopted fire flow requirements for utilization in permitting. Application of Coordinated Water System Plan (CWSP) fire flow requirements for individual projects is inappropriate since the primary purpose is for water system design to assure adequate pipe size, source and storage. The applicant shall provide proof of potable water at the time of building permit application. This application does not vest the parcel for potable water. Access to this parcel is provided by Flash Rd. (P452) which is a private road. The approved site plan has not been reviewed for stormwater requirements. Sections JCC 18.30.060 and JCC 18.30.070 of the Jefferson County Code requires the project applicant prepare a stormwater plan in compliance with the Department of Ecology Stormwater Management Manual for Western Washington to control stormwater, erosion and sediment during construction, to address permanent measures to stabilize soil exposed during construction, and in the design and operation of stormwater and drainage control systems. At the time of a building permit application a stormwater plan in compliance with the Stormwater Management Manual for Western Washington (current edition) shall be submitted. If the proposal can not meet the prescriptive requirements of the stormwater manual, an engineered stormwater plan shall be required. 3. The probable significant adverse environmental impacts of the proposed site plan, together with any practical means of mitigating adverse impacts, have been considered such that the proposal will not have an unacceptable adverse effect upon the quality of the environment, in accordance with the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) implementing provisions contained within this chapter and Chapter 43.21C RCW. Staff comment: Single-family residences are EXEMPT from the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA). WAC 197-11-800(1)(b)(i) identifies the construction of any residential structure of four (4) dwelling units. 4. Approving the proposed site plan will serve the public use and interest and adequate provision has been made for the public health, safety and general welfare. Staff comment: The proposal will not affect

Title: F-Consistent with UDC
Wording: The proposal was reviewed against the site plan determination criteria of the Jefferson County Code Chapter 18.40 Article VII. (Site Plan Approval Advance Determinations). The criteria for approval are as follows: 1. The proposed site plan conforms to all applicable county, state, and federal land use, environmental and health regulations and plans, including but not limited to the following: The Jefferson County Comprehensive Plan and the provisions of the Unified Development Code. Staff comment: The application was reviewed for consistency under the provisions of the Unified Development Code, Comprehensive Plan, and Shoreline Master Program. The application was found in compliance with all ordinances pertaining to the proposed development. 2. Adequate provisions for utilities and other public services necessary to serve the needs of the proposed site plan have been demonstrated, including open spaces, drainage ways, roads, and other public ways, potable water, sewerage disposal, fire flow and other improvements. Staff comment: The parcel totals approximately 5.00 acres in size and the revised site plan as submitted on August 6, 2009 and stamped approved on September 18, 2009 complies with Jefferson County Code Table 6-1: Density, Dimension and Open Space Standards. This application is for a Site Plan Approval Advance Determination to eventually construct a single-family residence utilizing an individual on-site septic system. Jefferson County Department of Environmental Health reviewed the application and approved it based on the revised site plan date stamped August 6, 2009. This SPAAD was not reviewed for fire flow due to the application as proposed identifies the parcel as utilizing an individual well. Jefferson County has no specific adopted fire flow requirements for utilization in permitting. Application of Coordinated Water System Plan (CWSP) fire flow requirements for individual projects is inappropriate since the primary purpose is for water system design to assure adequate pipe size, source and storage. The applicant shall provide proof of potable water at the time of building permit application. This application does not vest the parcel for potable water. Access to this parcel is provided by Flash Rd. (P452) which is a private road. The approved site plan has not been reviewed for stormwater requirements. Sections JCC 18.30.060 and JCC 18.30.070 of the Jefferson County Code requires the project applicant prepare a stormwater plan in compliance with the Department of Ecology Stormwater Management Manual for Western Washington to control stormwater, erosion and sediment during construction, to address permanent measures to stabilize soil exposed during construction, and in the design and operation of stormwater and drainage control systems. At the time of a building permit application a stormwater plan in compliance with the Stormwater Management Manual for Western Washington (current edition) shall be submitted. If the proposal can not meet the prescriptive requirements of the stormwater manual, an engineered stormwater plan shall be required. 3. The probable significant adverse environmental impacts of the proposed site plan, together with any practical means of mitigating adverse impacts, have been considered such that the proposal will not have an unacceptable adverse effect upon the quality of the environment, in accordance with the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) implementing provisions contained within this chapter and Chapter 43.21C RCW. Staff comment: Single-family residences are EXEMPT from the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA). WAC 197-11-800(1)(b)(i) identifies the construction of any residential structure of four (4) dwelling units. 4. Approving the proposed site plan will serve the public use and interest and adequate provision has been made for the public health, safety and general welfare. Staff comment: The proposal will not affect

Title: SEP on file
Wording: Septic Permit approved under SEP06-00290, approved 11/22/2006, expires 11/22/2009. The SPAAD approval does not extend the expiration date of the onsite sewage permit. Any changes, alterations or modification of the site in the vicinity of the approved design may invalidate this permit.

Title: SEP on file
Wording: Septic Permit approved under SEP06-00290, approved 11/22/2006, expires 11/22/2009. The SPAAD approval does not extend the expiration date of the onsite sewage permit. Any changes, alterations or modification of the site in the vicinity of the approved design may invalidate this permit.


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