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DocuSign Envelope ID: F48705D9-90CA-4863-9F34-B25903D2B2CB <br /> City of Anacortes <br /> Ordinance No. 4023 <br /> An Ordinance of the City of Anacortes, Washington, amending Chapters 18.30 <br /> and 19.12 of the Anacortes Municipal Code regarding Illicit Discharges and <br /> Connections to the Stormwater Drainage System and Definitions and <br /> Interpretation <br /> Whereas the Anacortes Municipal Code regulates Illicit Discharges and Connections to <br /> the Stormwater Drainage System at Chapter 18.30 and provides associated definitions <br /> and interpretation thereof at Chapter 19.12; and <br /> Whereas Department of Ecology recently released guidance for development of Source <br /> Control Programs for Phase II jurisdictions; and <br /> Whereas The City is required to implement a Source Control Program as a requirement <br /> of the City's Municipal Phase II Stormwater Permit issued by the Washington State <br /> Department of Ecology. <br /> Whereas the City's National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Municipal <br /> Stormwater permit requires maintenance of an inspection inventory of publicly and <br /> privately owned institutional, commercial, and industrial businesses/sites, which have the <br /> potential to generate pollutants to the storm system; and <br /> Whereas the City desires update Chapter 18.30 AMC to implement an effective and <br /> compliant Source Control Program that will educate and provide technical assistance to <br /> local businesses, enhancing environmental protection against harmful pollutants being <br /> discharged into local waterways through the stormwater system. <br /> Now, therefore, the City Council of the City of Anacortes does ordain as follows: <br /> Section 1. Chapter 18.30 of the Anacortes Municipal Code entitled "Illicit Discharges <br /> and Connections to the Stormwater Drainage System" and Chapter 19.12 <br /> entitled "Definitions and Interpretation" are revised to read as shown in <br /> Attachment A, which is hereby adopted and incorporated herein by <br /> reference; and <br /> Section 2. This ordinance shall take effect five (5) days from and after its passage, <br /> approval and publication in the manner required by law. <br />