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Lange, Steve <br /> From: Lange, Steve <br /> Sent: Thursday, March 13, 2014 6:54 PM <br /> To: Measamer, Don; Grage, Libby; Shjarback, Eric <br /> Subject: H Avenue Rustad Proposed Short Plat or is it? <br /> I have yet to determine what type of land use action this is. Per my discussion with Libby, it appears maybe she doesn't <br /> yet know either. <br /> I have a meeting with WSDOT regarding the 22"d and R Avenue Roundabout on Tuesday and will not be able to make the <br /> meeting. If it is determined that this is a replat of the existing short plat, can we work to obtain a pedestrian corridor <br /> along the northerly boundary, across the existing easement for future connection to 34th Court.Just a thought. Wish we <br /> would have thought of it back in 2004, 2007 and 2008 when this property had development proposals. <br /> Chapter 16.20.060, Item 13: Roads and pedestrian pathways (sidewalks,trails, etc.) shall, where it is reasonably <br /> practicable, be constructed to connect to adjacent properties, roads, and pedestrian pathways; where adjacent <br /> properties are undeveloped, provide for future connections of roads and pedestrian pathways. <br /> Otherwise, look at the utility map to determine utility access for water and sewer. If Rustad is proposing an alternate <br /> access to the lot,then maybe he can grant an easement for storm drainage across the same easement that he is <br /> granting access.There is a catch basin in H Avenue that he can connect to for both Parcels. <br /> Thanks, <br /> Steven Lange, Project Manager <br /> 0: 360.299.1983 I C: 360.661.3468 I F: 360.293.1938 <br /> <br /> City of Anacortes Public Works Engineering Department <br /> 904 6th Street I P.O. Box 547 <br /> Anacortes, WA 98221 <br /> <br /> 1 <br />