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Lange, Steve <br /> From: Lange, Steve <br /> Sent: Tuesday, July 21, 2020 12:08 PM <br /> To: Larson, Bill <br /> Cc: Shjarback, Eric; Symonds, Justin; Measamer, Don; Lunsford,Jonn;Johnston, Nicole <br /> Subject: Copper Pond Tracts and Maintenance <br /> Attachments: 199509110092.pdf <br /> Bill, <br /> The tract that you inquired about is Tract A of Copper Pond. It is listed as an NGPE Buffer. Below is the language for what <br /> pertains to Public Works.See the last paragraph. <br /> Below also, is the two detention ponds that the City is obligated to maintain. <br /> With regard to Tract K maintenance,there is some buildup in the swale at the outlet of the swale near Copper Pond that <br /> could be cleaned out.The remainder of the swale is in good working condition.This Tract has been inspect 3 different <br /> times by John,Tim and Gunnar. All state the pond is Average to Good condition. <br /> Thanks, <br /> Steven Lange <br /> Project Manager\Senior Engineering Tech <br /> MUNE MIRTH PROVECWON ElaSilDITAUFFET1 ZONE <br /> A Native Growth Protection Easement (NGPE) is hereby dedicated to <br /> the pubs+c for Tracts A. 8, D. E. F. G, I and K, a beneficial interest in the <br /> land within the easement. This interest includes the preservation of a • <br /> native vegetation for all purposes that benefit the public health, safety <br /> and welfare, including control of the surface water and erosion, <br /> maintenance of slope stability. visual and rural buffering, and protection <br /> of plant and animal habitat. The NGPE imposes upon all present and <br /> future owners and occupiers of the land subject to the easement <br /> obligation, enforceable on be/half of the public by the City of Anacortes, <br /> to leave undisturbed all trees and other vegetation within the easement, <br /> The vegetation within the easement moy not be cut, pruned, covered by <br /> fill, removed of damaged without express permission from the City of <br /> Anacortes, which permission must be obtained in writing from the <br /> City of Anacortes Planning Department. <br /> Before and during the course of any grad'ng, building construction, <br /> or other development octivity on o lot subject to the NGPE, the common <br /> boundary between the easement and the area of development activity <br /> must be fenced or otherwise marked to the satisfaction of the City of Anacortes. <br /> The above tracts contain storm water conveyance systems and <br /> may require maintenance and/or repair by the City of Anacortes. <br /> STOW WATER OETENTION POWS <br /> Two Storm Water Detention Ponds and access roads are hereby dedicated <br /> to the City of Anacortes for Tracts C and H for operation and maintenance <br /> by the City of Anacortes. <br /> 1 <br />
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