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CUP-2022-0003 - Anacortes Readiness Center Addition and Alteration
RENOVATION AND ADDITION OF THE EXISTING ANACORTES READINESS CENTER. WORK INCLUDES 3,600 SF BUILDING ADDITION WITH NEW CLASSROOMS, FITNESS ROOM AND CORRIDOR. ALTERATIONS TO PORTIONS OF THE EXISTING INCLUDE NEW TOILET/SHOWER ROOMS, KITCHEN, CONFERENCE, MOTHER’S ROOM, MULTIPURPOSE ROOM, AND A NEW ADA L
2219 M AVE ANACORTES, WA 98221-3728
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Conditional Use Permit Checklist <br />Updated October 2021 Page 2 of 7 <br />SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENT DETAILS <br />Additional details on certain submittals is provided below to ensure Applicants are fully aware what City <br />staff will be looking for when an application is submitted to the City. <br /> <br />a. MASTER PERMIT APPLICATION: Form attached. Use this form to indicate all requested land <br />use permits and other key information about your proposed project. <br />b. AGENT AUTHORIZATION FORM. Use this form to authorize someone other than the <br />property owner to apply for permits. <br />c. CRITICAL AREAS IDENTIFICATION FORM. Use this from to determine and/or identify if <br />critical areas or critical area buffers are located on or within 300 ft. of the development area. If <br />critical areas are determined to be present, a Critical Area Permit may be required. <br />d. PROJECT NARRATIVE: Form attached. This document contains a list of elements to be <br />included in your project narrative to help provide a clear and concise description of your <br />proposal for those reviewing it. <br />e. RESPONSES TO CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT CRITERIA: In order for the decision-maker to <br />grant a conditional use permit, there must be a finding that the use would be consistent with <br />the criteria in AMC 19.36.040. As the applicant, it is your responsibility to clearly demonstrate <br />how each criteria is met. <br />f. STORMWATER SITE PLAN: The Stormwater Site Plan is the comprehensive report containing <br />all of the technical information and analysis necessary for regulatory agencies to evaluate your <br />project for compliance with stormwater requirements. The level of stormwater review and <br />contents of the Stormwater Site Plan will vary with the type and size of the project, and <br />individual site characteristics. Use Form CG-3 to determine the level of stormwater review and <br />then complete the applicable Stormwater Minimum Requirements Form on the Public Works - <br />Engineering Department Forms website and provide required submittal items/plans. <br />g. SITE & LANDSCAPE PLANS: These plans are needed so that your proposal can be reviewed <br />for conformance with the applicable zoning and land use, community design, and project design <br />provisions of the development regulations contained in AMC Title 19 Unified Development <br />Code. (Use the site plan checklist for Single Family Residential Building Permits or Multi-Family <br />and Non-Residential Site Plan review, as applicable (see application checklists and forms) <br />h. CLEARING & GRADING PLANS: Checklist is located in the Clearing/Grading Permit application <br />packet. These plans are needed so that your proposal can be reviewed for conformance with <br />AMC 19.78 Clearing and Grading. <br />i. BUILDING ELEVATION DRAWINGS: Checklist attached. These plans are needed so that your <br />proposal can be reviewed for conformance with the applicable project and building design <br />provisions in AMC Title 19 Unified Development Code. (Use the building elevations checklist for <br />Single Family Residential Building Permits or Multi-Family and Non-Residential Site Plan review, <br />as applicable (see application checklists and forms). <br />j. SEPA CHECKLIST: Unless a project is categorically exempt, an environmental checklist is <br />required to be completed and submitted.
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