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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 3 of 7 <br />k. TRANSPORTATION CONCURRENCY REVIEW FORM: This form is used to collect <br />information for the City’s travel demand model, which is used to determine a project’s impacts <br />on the transportation system. Under GMA, the City must prohibit development approval if the <br />development would cause the level of service on a locally owned transportation facility to <br />decline below the standards adopted in the transportation element of the comprehensive plan, <br />unless transportation improvements or strategies to accommodate the impacts of development <br />are made concurrent with the development. AMC 19.22 Concurrency contains the review <br />criteria. <br />l. SUBDIVISION GUARANTEE: A document prepared by a title insurance company documenting <br />the ownership and title of all interested parties in the development and that lists all <br />encumbrances. This document is needed to verify property ownership and to identify any <br />encumbrances that are recorded to the property’s title. Copies of all the encumbrances listed <br />within the certificate or report must be provided. The certificate or report must be dated within <br />30 days prior to the submittal of a permit to the City. <br />m. RECORDED PROPERTY BOUNDARY SURVEY: A recorded survey is required to define the <br />limits of the property subject to the application. All property corners must be staked/marked <br />and visible. <br />n. DIGITAL COPY OF ALL APPLICATION DOCUMENTS: PDF format files for all submittal items, <br />named as they appear on the submittal checklist, must be provided on a flash drive or emailed <br />to pced@CityofAnacortes.org. <br /> TECHNICAL REPORTS <br />Following is a list of technical reports that may be required to be submitted to the City depending on <br />project and site-specific factors. The general triggers for each of the listed technical reports is provided <br />below: <br />A. CRITICAL AREAS REPORTS: In general, Critical Area reports are required when wetlands, <br />streams, habitat conservation areas, geologically hazardous areas, shorelines, or aquifer <br />recharge areas are located on or near a site. Critical area mitigation plans may also be required, <br />depending on the project proposal. See Anacortes Municipal Code Ch. 19.70 for additional <br />information. <br />B. PARKING STUDY: A parking study may be required to determine the parking requirements for <br />a specific use, adjusting minimum and maximum quantitative parking requirements, <br />determining times of peak demand, and determining impacts to on-street parking in the vicinity <br />of a proposed development. See AMC 19.64.020 for more info. <br />C. CULTURAL RESOURCES REPORT: For more information on cultural resource surveys contact <br />the Washington Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation <br />(http://www.dahp.wa.gov) <br />D. OTHER TECHNICAL REPORTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO DETERMINE /ENSURE <br />CONFORMANCE WITH CUP CRITERIA. <br />
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