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G� y o� Planning, Community, & Economic Development Department <br /> PO Box 547, Anacortes, WA 98221 <br /> PH: 360.299.1984 <br /> 17,4,1 <br /> 13 Elements of SWPPP <br /> (Construction Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan) <br /> Please check off boxes to show that each element has been read and understood. Provide details where <br /> applicable and if certain aspects are unnecessary or exempt, clearly justify. Details of the 13 Elements <br /> and the correlating BMPs are listed on Pg. 236 of the 2014 Stormwater Management Manual for <br /> Western Washington (SWMMWW).A link is provided on the City of Anacortes website, under Planning, <br /> Community, & Economic Development Department, as well as under Stormwater on the Engineering <br /> Division of Public Work's page. <br /> Owner Name: Christina Bailo and Jim Reeder <br /> Site Address: 1206 12th Street <br /> Prepared By: Underwood &Associates,LLC <br /> The Stormwater checklist or building permit determined that: <br /> The 13 elements must be addressed for ❑ These elements must be addressed for <br /> construction activity adding under 2,000 construction activity adding 2,000 sq.ft. <br /> sq.ft. of hard surface area. or more of hard surface area. This means <br /> that an attached narrative and site plan <br /> are required with this document. <br /> Under each element, explain the best management practices (BMPs) used or justify reasoning <br /> for those that will not be used. If needed, please attach a narrative to further explain plans or <br /> justification. <br /> ELEMENT 1: Preserve Vegetation/Mark Clearing Limits <br /> Before beginning land disturbing activities, including clearing and grading,clearly mark all <br /> clearing limits, sensitive areas and their buffers, and trees that are to be preserved within the <br /> construction area. <br /> ❑ Retain the duff layer, native top soil, and natural vegetation in an undisturbed state to the <br /> maximum degree practical. <br /> The clearing and excavation area will be defined as per the site plan - this line <br /> will also be used for the temporary erosion and sediment control fencing <br /> protecting adjacent properties from run-off. <br /> Page 1 of 8 <br /> March, 2017 <br />