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Notice of Decision
Skyline Seawall Project
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C.) ° Anacortes Planning, Community & Economic Development Department <br /> 904 6TH Street/P.O. Box 547,Anacortes, WA 98221 <br /> CogR (360) 299-1984-Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00 AM—5:00 PM <br /> LETTER OF EXEMPTION <br /> From the Re•uirement for a Shoreline Substantial Develo s ment Permit <br /> PROJECT INFORMATION <br /> File Number SLX-2021-0008 Application Date May 7, 2021 <br /> Project Title Skyline Seawall Repair& Maintenance Report Date June 16, 2021 <br /> Site Address 5919 Cabana Lane <br /> APN(s) P32464/ P32465 Sec. 28 Twnsp 35 Range 01 <br /> The applicant is requesting a shoreline exemption for repair and maintenance of an <br /> existing concrete seawall to preserve the 1,528 sq. ft. clubhouse/cabana on Burrows Bay. <br /> Request The seawall was constructed mostly on top of a bedrock outcrop and riprap, which over <br /> time, has created a widening 1 ft. gap between the wall's foundation and the rockery. <br /> Landowner Skyline Property Owner's Association <br /> Applicant Meg Amos, Marine Survey &Assessments <br /> 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 14, 2021, the City of Anacortes issued an Optional DNS (Determination of Non- <br /> SEPA Review Significance) relative to the environmental impact for the proposed development; finding that <br /> the project does not have a probable significant adverse impact on the environment. An <br /> 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 information <br /> on file with the lead agency. <br /> SMP 2.4(E)(2) &WAC 173-27-040(2)(b), Normal maintenance or repair of existing structures <br /> or developments, including damage by accident, fire or elements. "Normal maintenance" <br /> includes those usual acts to prevent a decline, lapse, or cessation from a lawfully established <br /> condition. "Normal repair" means to restore a development to a state comparable to its <br /> original condition, including but not limited to its size, shape, configuration, location and <br /> external appearance, within a reasonable period after decay or partial destruction, except <br /> Shoreline where repair causes substantial adverse effects to shoreline resource or environment. <br /> Exemption Type Replacement of a structure or development may be authorized as repair where such <br /> replacement is the common method of repair for the type of structure or development and the <br /> replacement structure or development is comparable to the original structure or development <br /> including but not limited to its size, shape, configuration, location and external appearance <br /> and the replacement does not cause substantial adverse effects to shoreline resources or <br /> environment. <br /> Pursuant to Appendix "A" of the Shoreline Master Program (SMP) regulating critical areas, <br /> Critical Areas the subject development was reviewed for proximity to critical areas. The subject property is <br /> subject to the following: <br /> SLX-2021-0008—Skyline Seawall Repair& Maintenance Shoreline Exemption - Decision <br /> Page 1 of 4 <br />
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