LAND DIVISION AND DEVELOPMENT FINAL DETERMINATION FILES
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Applicant Name (LN, FN)
Bergfalk, Craig (FDV, LLC)
Bergfalk Short Plat
The applicant is requesting a Preliminary Short Plat application to divide an approximately 1.38-acre lot into (9) residential lots within the Residential Low Density 2A (R2A) zoning district.
2307 37th Court
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<br />SPL-2021-0002 – Bergfalk Short Plat (Fidalgo Ridge) SEPA DNS <br />Page 1 of 2 <br /> <br />STATE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT (SEPA) <br />Determination of Non-Significance (DNS) <br /> <br />Project Title Bergfalk Short Plat (Fidalgo Ridge) <br />File Number SPL-2021-0002 <br />Site Address 2307 37th Street <br />APN(s) P57826 <br />Applicant/Owner FDV, LLC – Craig Bergfalk <br />Application Date August 10, 2021 <br />Notice of Application August 18, 2021; comment period ended September 1, 2021 <br />Request <br />The applicant is requesting a Preliminary Short Plat application to divide an <br />approximately 1.38-acre lot into (9) residential lots within the Residential Low <br />Density 2A (R2A) zoning district. Lot sizes range from the majority being 6,000 <br />sq. ft. and the largest being 9,000 sq. ft.; the zoning minimum requires 6,000 <br />sq. ft. for Single-Family Residences and 9,000 sq. ft. for Duplexes. Each lot <br />would be serviced with City utilities (water, sewer). Access to the lots would be <br />off of the alley, to be improved with development, onto B Ave and C Ave. <br />The City of Anacortes Department of Planning, Community & Economic Development has determined <br />that this project does not have a probable significant adverse impact on the environment. An <br />environmental impact statement (EIS) is not required under RCW § 43.21C.030(2)(c). This decision was <br />made after review of a completed environmental checklist and other information on file with the lead <br />agency. This information is available at https://www.anacorteswa.gov/161/Planning-CommunityEconomic- <br />Development under “Current Land Use Projects and Notices”. <br />This determination is based on the following findings and conclusions: <br />• A comment letter was received from the WA Dept. of Ecology, dated September 1, 2021. Comments <br />were related to the potential need of a NPDES Construction Stormwater General Permit (CSGP) for <br />the proposed project and additionally noted the potential of ground contamination within a 750 ft. radius <br />of the proposed development. <br />• Multiple public comments were received; said comments and concerns were as follows: impacts from <br />the proposed sewer line extension, removal of trees of significance, removal of vegetation within the <br />right of way, property access, stormwater drainage, and inadequate road frontage improvements, and <br />privacy concerns. <br />o Staff has reviewed the comments and anticipates that majority of the concerns may be addressed <br />with the implementation of conditions and requirements to the proposed project. <br />• The proposal’s conformance with existing Anacortes Municipal Code regulations and acquisition of <br />applicable agency permits prior to site construction adequately address potential impacts of this project. <br />• This DNS is issued under WAC 197-11-340(2) after using the Optional DNS process in WAC 197-11- <br />355. There is no further comment period on this DNS. <br /> <br />For further information, contact the City of Anacortes’ Department of Planning, Community, & Economic <br />Development at (360) 299-1984. The issuance of this Determination of Non-significance should not be <br />interpreted as acceptance or approval of the proposal as presented. The City of Anacortes reserves the
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