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DocuSign Envelope ID:3E5F469E-55A0-4854-B06D-57B23EBA1D6A <br /> d. the R4 zone,as a high-density residential zone that is intended by the Comprehensive <br /> Plan to serve as a transition from high intensity uses such as commercial or industrial <br /> development,to lower intensity residential areas, is ideal for new childcare facilities; <br /> e. a day care II facility in the R-4 zone will not create more impact that some of the other <br /> high-intensity uses already allowed in the R-4 zone as permitted uses; <br /> f. the Type 4 Conditional Use Permit process is unnecessary for day care II facilities in <br /> the R4 zone. <br /> Section 2. Table 19.41.040 in AMC 19.41.040 is amended to make"day care II facilities"a <br /> permitted use in the R4 zone. <br /> Section 3. The Department of Planning, Community,and Economic Development is directed to <br /> revise the work plan adopted under Resolution 3043 to identify other needed <br /> mitigation measures for day care II facilities in the R4 zone,including parking <br /> minimums and circulation standards for drop-off and pickup. <br /> Section 4. Per RCW 36.70A.390,the City Council will hold a public hearing on this interim <br /> ordinance within 60 days of adoption. <br /> Section 5. Per RCW 36.70A.390,this interim ordinance is effective for six months,and may be <br /> renewed for one or more six-month periods if a subsequent public hearing is held and <br /> findings of fact are made prior to each renewal. <br /> Section 6. This ordinance takes effect on January 12, 2022. <br /> PASSED and APPROVED this 10th day of January, 2022. <br /> APPROVED: <br /> Matt Miller, Mayor <br /> Attest: <br /> j6 ;) il-- <br /> Steve Hoglund,City Clerk-Treasurer <br /> Approved as to Form: <br /> Pool Waluvm <br /> Darcy Swetnam, City Attorney <br /> 2 <br />