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There are no known critical areas adjacent to this property that would offer any concern by building on this <br /> property, or any Erosion problems by building on this site. <br /> Construction Sequencing: (Note: sequence may not fall in this order, but close) <br /> o Installation of Erosion and Sedimentation BMP's. <br /> o Minor rock excavation work to ensure compliance with required BMP's under Minimum Requirement 5 <br /> and 6. <br /> o Installation of the footings and foundations. <br /> o Construction of the home. <br /> o Connection of the utilities to the home. <br /> o Installation of MR#5 required BMP's <br /> o Backfill of site with BMP T5.15 Post Construction Soils, Landscaping, driveway, driveway access. See <br /> Appendix - Model Soil Management Plan for BMP T5.13 <br /> Developed Conditions Summary: <br /> (Additionally, to be shown on the site plan. Identify cut and fill areas, proposed slopes of all hard <br /> surfaces, proposed contours) <br /> Proposed slopes on hard surfaces are showing. Proposed grade to follow current slope as much as possible, <br /> and flatten around lower deck. Cut and fill dependent on how much dirt needs to be removed. <br /> Detailed soils analysis and description in storm water design feasibility evaluation under appendex 2 <br /> Complete the Applicability Requirements — Flow Chart (Figure 1-2.4.1 Attached, Figure 1-2.4.2 Attached <br /> and Figure 1-2.5.1 Attached) <br /> - Highlight the path and attach <br /> DOE Stormwater Management Manual Minimum Requirements: (MR#1 to MR#5 only). <br /> Refer to the 2012 Department of Ecology Manual, as amended in 2014 for further required information. <br />
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