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Pursuant to WAC 197-11-800(3)(b), the reconstruction of maintenance of groins or similar <br /> shoreline protection measures are not exempt from SEPA Review. <br /> On June 3, 2021, the City of Anacortes issued an Optional DNS (Determination of Non- <br /> Significance) relative to the environmental impact for the proposed development; finding <br /> SEPA Review that the project does not have a probable significant adverse impact on the environment. <br /> An environmental impact statement(EIS)is not required under RCW 43.21.C.030(2)(c).This <br /> decision was made after review of completed environmental checklist and other <br /> information on file with the lead agency. <br /> SMP 2.4(E)(2) & WAC 173-27-040(2)(b), Normal maintenance or repair of existing <br /> structures or developments, including damage by accident, fire or elements. "Normal <br /> maintenance" includes those usual acts to prevent a decline, lapse, or cessation from a <br /> lawfully established condition. "Normal repair"means to restore a development to a state <br /> comparable to its original condition, including but not limited to its size, shape, <br /> configuration, location and external appearance, within a reasonable period after decay or <br /> Shoreline partial destruction, except where repair causes substantial adverse effects to shoreline <br /> Exemption Type resource or environment. Replacement of a structure or development may be authorized as <br /> repair where such replacement is the common method of repair for the type of structure or <br /> development and the replacement structure or development is comparable to the original <br /> structure or development including but not limited to its size,shape, configuration, location <br /> and external appearance and the replacement does not cause substantial adverse effects <br /> to shoreline resources or environment. <br /> The subject area is located within the following: <br /> • Tsunami Hazard Area <br /> Critical Areas • Flood Zone AE of FIRM Panel 5303170060A <br /> Repair and maintenance is permitted as a Use by Right. <br /> FINDINGS OF FACT <br /> 1. The proposed project is for the repair and maintenance of an existing concrete seawall on Burrows Bay.The <br /> scope of work proposed is as follows: <br /> 1.1. Perform grinding along the 23 seawall expansion joints along the length of the wall and fill the joints <br /> with caulk. <br /> 1.2. The 8-ft. section of wall waterward of the 2399 Skyline Way building seawall lip has fractured and <br /> fallen into the bay.The remaining lip is to be cut and ground down to prepare for new concrete; holes <br /> are to be drilled for the installation of new support rebar.The new concrete pours are to be the same <br /> shape and dimension as the existing seawall lip;the new concrete would be 2-3in.to ensure the <br /> support rebar is adequately covered. <br /> 1.3. The cracks along the western end of the vertical wall are to be cleaned and grinded, as necessary. <br /> Caulk will then be applied in the cracks on approximately 6 ft. of the seawall length. <br /> 1.4. The seawall lip at the 1 ft. step section between 2399 and 2401 Skyline Way is be ground and filled <br /> with caulk,the face of the lip cut, and resurfaced with concrete, approximately 4 ft. of seawall length. <br /> SLX-2021-0007—Bayside Seawall Repair& Maintenance Shoreline Exemption - Decision <br /> Page 2 of 4 <br />