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Page 2 of 3 <br /> <br />Shoreline Master Program: <br />3. The proposed work is all waterward of the Ordinary High Water Mark (OHWM) and thereby <br />subject to the 2010 Shoreline Master Program; the following regulations should be incorporated <br />into the project and design: <br />4. Chapter 5.6 Aquatic Shoreline Environmental Designation, describes development regulations <br />for work waterward of the OHWM. <br />5. Chapter 6, DR6.7.1 describes water dependent use environmental protection requirements, <br />including the need for a biological assessment with Eel Grass study. <br />6. Chapter 9.5 describes development regulations specific to Docks and Piers. <br />The preliminary design appears to be in conformance with the shoreline regulations. <br />SANITATION DEPARTMENT: <br />7. No concerns. <br />WATER DEPARTMENT: <br />8. No concerns. <br />FIRE DEPARTMENT: <br />9. Please contact Jack Kennedy for any final comments. <br />PARKS DEPARTMENT: <br />10. No concerns. <br />PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT: <br />11. No comments were received. <br />Review Process & Submittal Requirements <br /> <br />12. Based on the project description and information provided, the following application <br />types/processes appear to be required (see AMC Table 19.20.030-1): <br />• Shoreline Substantial Development ($1630) <br />• SEPA Determination ($480) <br />• Building Permit (TBD) <br />Additionally, a mandatory neighborhood meeting will be required prior to permit submittal. As <br />discussed in the conference, due to the COVID-19 closure we will not be able to hold an in person <br />meeting at this time, virtual meetings are acceptable. Staff will work with the applicant to prepare the <br />notice and mailing documents. <br />