Hearing Examiner

The appointed hearing examiner's role is to assure fairness and due process protection for all involved in the process, and to make land use decisions in an efficient manner and in accordance with local, state, and federal regulations. No oral decision is made at the hearing; the examiner will review all submitted exhibits and prepare a written report, which includes findings of fact and conclusions of law, within 10 days of the official closing.


Current case(s):


SUB-22-002 ROLLING HILLS 

MAJOR SUBDIVISION PLANNED RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The applicant is proposing a 215 lot Planned Residential Development (PRD) to be constructed in three phases. In addition, the applicant will provide 6.61 acres of open space, with active and passive recreational amenities. This project requires the subdivision of two parcels totaling approximately 44.10 acres.

DOCUMENTS

  1. Application
  2. Preliminary Plat - Draft
  3. SEPA Checklist - Reviewed
  4. SEPA MDNS
  5. Geotechnical Report
  6. Critical Area Report
  7. Traffic Impact Analysis
  8. Title Report
  9. Notice of Complete Application
  10. Public Notice Mailing Affidavit
  11. Notice of Application
  12. Box Fliers
  13. Public Comments
  14. Agency Comments
  15. Notice of Public Hearing
  16. Public Hearing Mailing Affidavit
  17. Hearing Examiner Public Meeting
  18. Public Comments from Hearing Examiner Extension
  19. Agency Comments from Hearing Examiner Extension
  20. Hearing Examiner Decision (coming late August)

past cases:


SUB-22-001 Hendrickson Park

plat alteration

Project description
A proposed final plat alteration to remove the following plat note, “Parcels ‘A’ ‘B-1’ AND ‘B-2’ shall be restricted to professional offices, or medical/dental clinics, as provided at chapter 18.24.030 of the Sequim Municipal Code”. The removal of this plat note will remove the use restriction currently in place and allow the subject parcels to be developed in accordance with the  LD Zoning regulations as outlined in SMC 18.20.130.  

Documents:

  1. Application
  2. Notice of Complete Application
  3. SEPA Checklist
  4. SEPA DNS Threshold Determination
  5. Agency Comments
  6. Public Comments
  7. Legal Notices/Affidavits; NOA and PH
  8. Staff Report
  9. Public Hearing Power Point
  10. Hendrickson Park Plat
  11. Correspondence from Realtor
  12. Hearing Examiner Public Meeting
  13. Hearing Examiner Decision

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