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ANACORTES PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT <br /> os” °It> Steven Lange, Project Manager <br /> P.O. BOX 547,ANACORTES,WA 98221 PH(360)293-1920 <br /> 9SAW41 E-MAIL:stevel@cityofanacortes.org FAX(360)293-1938 <br /> Memo <br /> Date:January 9,2019 <br /> To: Groc Fyrrce(Permitting)and Rob Frisinger(Plans Examiner) <br /> From:Steven Lange <br /> Subject: Review of the Building Permit Documents and Site Plan—2911 17"Street <br /> cc: Don Measamer, Eric Shjarback, Libby Grage, Debbie Headrick, Jim Sykora <br /> The Public Works Engineering completed a review of the submitted January 4, 2019 <br /> documents for the reference Building Permit application and related Site Plan on <br /> Wednesday, January 9, 2019. Below are the findings and recommendations: <br /> To date: <br /> - October 30, 2018— Submittal to Building Department <br /> - December 19, 2018 — Review completed by Public Works Engineering and <br /> routed back to Planning\Building. Incomplete Submittal. No Drainage Report. <br /> - January 4, 2019 — Submittal to Building Department <br /> - January 9, 2019 — Review completed by Public Works Engineering and routed <br /> back to the Planning\Building. Incomplete Submittal. No Drainage Report. <br /> SITE PLAN: <br /> 1. A further review of the site plan will take place at the next submittal when the <br /> drainage report is submitted <br /> FLOW CHART FOR DETERMINING REQUIREMENTS FOR REDEVELOPMENT: <br /> (Figure 1-2.4.1 and Figure 1-2.4.2) <br /> 1. Provided as part of the submittal. Applicability Flow Chart identifies the project <br /> needs a report meeting the requirements of Minimum Requirement 1 through 9. <br /> DRAINAGE REPORT (Not Submitted): <br /> 1. 17' Street Drainage Report submitted is not applicable to the Highland <br /> Development. The Development drains to the Dakota Avenue Outfall, of which <br /> the report was completed on September 28, 2005 for the Highland Subdivision. <br />