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Hearing Examiner Packet 2020-01-08 City of AGENDA fys�co HEARING EXAMINER MEETING Iq City Hall-525 North Third Avenue Council Chambers WEDNESDAY,JANUARY 8,2020 6:00 PM I. CALL TO ORDER II. PUBLIC HEARINGS A. Special Permit Pasco Haven Low-Barrier Housing (SP 2019-010) B. Preliminary Plat Habitat Cedar Avenue (PP 2019-005) C. Preliminary Plat Joel's Addition (PP 2019-006) D. Rezone Henne Rezone one parcel at 1405 Road 38 from C-1 (Retail Business)to RS-12 (Suburban) (Z2019-013) E. Variance Request Height variance for a proposed 50 foot tall freestanding pole sign located at 2216 E Hillsboro Road(MF#HE2019-006) III. NEW BUSINESS IV. ADJOURNMENT This meeting is broadcast live on PSC-TV Channel 191 on Charter Cable and streamed at www.pasco-wa.com/psctvlive. Audio equipment available for the hearing impaired;contact staff for assistance. Transcript- Pasco Hearing Examiner, December 11, 2019 Transcript 00:13 [Music] 00:32 Jeffrey Adams: Good evening my name is Jeffrey Adams I am the associate planner for the city of Pasco it is 6:00 p.m. Wednesday December 11, 2019 we are here to conduct two public hearings. Before the hearings we . . . Washington state law requires testimony in hearings be given under oath or affirmation. therefore before we begin the proceedings this evening I would ask all of those that plan on speaking to stand and be sworn in. Ok do each of you swear or affirm to tell the truth in the testimony that you give? If so, please answer I do. Members of the audience: I do. Jeffrey Adams:Thank you. Jeffrey Adams: We will now consider item "A:" special permit for Pasco Haven low-barrier housing Master File SP 2019-010. 1 hereby declare the public hearing open. if there be any who wish to comment specifically on this item you may do so now. Go ahead. please go to the podium and state your name and your address. Colin Hastings: my name is Colin Hastings. My address is 10920 West Court Street in Pasco. I'm here representing the Pasco Chamber of Commerce as well too. Here to comment on the special permit for Pasco Haven low-barrier housing.This is one of these topics that I find kind of interesting as to how this development has occurred in terms of where Pasco has been cited as a location for a low-barrier housing. I will tell you from my first impression of what low-barrier housing is. It has changed a little bit based on communications with the Association that's putting this on. According to the Association this housing unit which they have plenty of properties in Spokane has a 95%success rate. However concerns that I do have about locating this in Pasco in this particular site in general begs the question as to why Pasco and why this site?The site that is selected is on Heritage and the residents that Catholic Family Charities thinks that they're going to have—primarily have—are chronically homeless. in addition to potentially having a history with drug addiction as well as disabilities and maybe veterans as well too; therefore they don't have much access in terms of transportation.This site that is being proposed is somewhat isolated on Heritage; the nearest market just for. . . it's a . . . I would say there's two convenience stores within about a half mile.Those convenience stores within walking distance can be done however that pathway on . . . on . . . or the . . . the lane had traveled that they would be taking on Lewis Street is not sidewalk and the speed limit there is forty. I think that that provides a unsafe situation for potential residents there as well as any other services within the area. Doing quick research those residents that could be potentially there if they need a pharmacy are gonna have to travel almost two miles in downtown Pasco to get to Rite-Aid. now if they are to take public transportation which is readily available there—I think they have stops there every 30 plus minutes or so—it will still be a travel time of over thirty minutes for them to get two miles for any sort of pharmacy drugs or anything else that they may need. From my perspective in the Pasco chambers perspective that this is not an ideal location that Catholic Family charities is proposing. Oh one other mention too is groceries as well too that's even further away from the Rite . . . Rite Aid in downtown Pasco.Again that's over a thirty minute bus ride that they would need to take just to get any sort of basic necessities for living. Questions that I do have is that I know can't be answered here but I want to pose them on the record is why Pasco was located . . . it was chosen as a site?there are other areas within the whole Tri-Cities region that would offer much more amenities and services like health care in a more densely populated area whether it's in . . . in Kennewick and/or Richland, Pasco was chosen. I understand that Spokane diocese who is pushing or. . . is . . . is here to to get this special permit it is limited in terms of what their boundaries are because the Spokane diocese stops at Franklin County but I was told that the Spokane diocese and the Yakima diocese do work together on similar projects. So in terms of what Pasco has become over the last couple decades with the community support in the leadership of council and our police and our first responders we're now the third safest city in the state of Washington; the safest city in the Tri-Cities, in terms of property damage, of violent crimes, among the highest indicators in those studies and it's two years in a row.As Pasco Chamber, we want to maintain that image. we feel like the over the . . . the history of Pasco that it has not had an image like that even within our neighbors from Kennewick/Richland. Locating a homeless shelter of this sort I think goes to the contrary as what we're doing. One other item of note that I want to bring up is the success rate of Catholic Family Charities in their . . . in in their success rate of this long-term housing for the chronically homeless.They. . . their studies show that they actually have a 95%success rate of their citizens or of their residents being long- term residents. they don't allow marijuana or any illegal drugs and I think that there are interests within the city thinking that this will centralize an area for First Responder calls but based on the numbers that Catholic Family Charities is mentioned with their 95 percent success rate that there won't be a higher concentration of calls to one area. I think the issues of. . . unfortunately the calls that are high propensity from the chronically homeless whether in undesirable areas to send paramedics or such say in dark alleyways or behind businesses or actually trying to find the . . .the responding party as well too, creates some issues. I don't think that this proposal alleviates the benefit of having these responses being reduced. Again just citing their numbers that they have a very high success rate . . . a very high tolerance of intolerance, whereas if one of their residents commits a crime within three days and if they're arrested within three days it will be served eviction notices so based on what information I've gathered I just don't think this is a good thing for Pasco to move forward on. I don't think the city of Pasco should sell this land to Catholic Family Charities. If they're . . . if Catholic Family Charities really wants to serve our community and make sure Pasco residents are the beneficiary of solving the homeless . . . chronically homeless issue here which, as a side note I don't think that a vast majority of our. . . of Catholic Family Charities clients are going to be Pasco residents—it's a referral based system and there's nothing within the Equal Housing Act that would prohibit them from denying residency because of where they're coming from so I believe that we'll get a lot of referrals from outside of the area—even letters of support coming from Kittitas County for this facility to be put on . . . in Pasco indicates the fact that there's a need for this which I'm not going to argue that; there's a need, possibly for a facility like this but I don't think the site is as worthy because of the the access issues to basic living needs, as well as possibility of. . . of Kennewick and Richland stepping up and also helping with this community-wide problem so thank you for hearing me out. Happy to answer any sort of questions if there are any. Rick White: and just for the audience and viewers that clarification:tonight we are conducting hearing because it was advertised; however as you noticed there's no hearing examiner here; we're continuing this hearing until January—the second Wednesday in January—because proper notification to surrounding property owners did not occur so we're preparing that for distribution on this coming Friday.They will be notified that they will be able to testify on the second Wednesday I think it's January 8th and that's why there's no hearing examiner. But since we're advertising . . . or since we have advertised tonight in the newspaper and word-of-mouth you're certainly welcome to provide testimony here tonight. it's being recorded and televised so the Hearing Examiner will be able to review the comments that are given tonight as part of the record. Colin Hastings: question: based on the documents that were . . . based on the documents that were online for this hearing and I thought I'm noticed that there wasn't proper notice that at least was indicated was done in the Tri City Herald possibly in October or November, I thought in the . . . the drafts or in the packet that there were there was something that pointed to that, so did that not occur? Rick White:that did not occur.The . . . the Tri City Herald advertisement occurred.That staff report contained a finding that notification was given.That finding is in error. Colin Hastings: Okay because it the neighbors within is it 300 feet? Rick White: 300 feet of the exterior boundaries. Yes Colin Hastings:That hadn't happened? Rick White:That has not happened but it will happen in . . . so that those will be afforded an opportunity to be contacted and provide testimony on January 81n Colin Hastings: okay that concludes my remarks. Rick White:All right thank you. and we're gonna take a quick break so we can try to work on a technical issue here and get the packet loaded on the PowerPoint so that people can see it on the screen. (break) Jeffrey Adams: I'd like to add that we have agendas and a copy of the packet plus I have my business card there that has the email address that you can send your comments to if you want to introduce written comments to the Hearing Examiner packet for next month. There are only two full packets but you can also access them online. Rick White: yes okay. anybody else would like to provide public testimony that's being recorded for the hearing examiner's viewing you're more than welcome to at this point. Orlando Rodriguez: good evening my name's Orlando Rodriguez my address is 7909 West Dradie, Pasco Washington. I'm here tonight to talk against . . speak against the city selling or allowing special permit for the Pasco Haven low-barrier housing. As a business owner in the in the downtown region we definitely had some issues with what happened with the mission as now as we're seeing an increase in vagrancy. So it's . . . it's a business deterrent; and this will only add to it. Second and most important I believe that the City of Pasco will eventually become the large city in the Tri-Cities. Can you have better use of that property that's by selling the property to businesses as opposed to an organization that's going to be providing services tax free. My concern with . . . with the entire project as well as it was described to us by the Spokane diocese was their data.They collect the data based on Spokane.They indicated that it cost approximate $100,000 to remove a homeless person over the year and to provide service to him. and that they would be saving approximately$70,000 per person. I think those numbers exaggerated. I would love to see the data so they can provide that to us so we can pull out our calculators and find out. My assumption is they're exaggerated. Number two, the data for indicating that we need this particular type of housing is based on a report completed of the entire Tri-Cities, not Pasco. it would be best if the research and the additional data gathered specifically on chronically homeless in the Pasco region so that we can eventually provide services that they need,that may . . . that may include using our current existing services much better to provide a culturally language-appropriate service which would allow us to use our existing services and not add more . . . more or add increase the cost. so I don't I don't see it as being very cost effective. I also have an issue with the services that as were explained to me that they would be providing to their clients.They indicate that would have licensed mental health therapists. if you look at the labor market right now licensed mental health therapists are in short . . . are in high demand.There's very few of them. It's highly unlikely that they would provide services want to work there, and specifically, we have a large Latino community here. if you're a licensed mental health service provider and you're bilingual you're definitely top demand and are . . . can expect to get paid handsomely, so it's highly unlikely that Spokane diocese will be able to provide that type of services. Last,they provide, according to the information provided to me, vocational rehabilitation. given the disability or the disability conviction,the substance abuse issues, that tenants will have they will be limited to unskilled occupations that are either like physical demanding in the life, physical demanding category and that right now there is a large population that's able and willing to perform the those jobs for our current employers at the wage and work conditions. So there will not be providing the type of workforce that Pasco needs in the future if we're going to compete with the rest of the cities or other states. So this really does not bring any benefit. worst it's going to impact . . . it's going to have a negative impact on recruiting businesses to Pasco because we'll continue to have that image that you could . . . we are just a poverty town you can keep dumping all the social ills in Pasco and the word is gonna stay here and take it. And I say no mos. as a business owner downtown I want . . . I want to get rid of the vagrancy, I want to recruit businesses that make Pasco succeed, increase our tax base and reduce . . . um . . .the . . . the services to our police and fire department.This has absolutely no value at all.Thank you very much. Jeffrey Adams:thank you. Anyone else wishing to speak on this item? Please state your name and your address Russell Blatt: Russel Blatt at five sunflower court Pasco Washington. And the reason I'm here tonight to is I oppose this project. I . . . I see Pasco as a very welcoming City over numerous decades here in Pasco and as evidence of that the Union Gospel Mission has a brand new facility and unfortunately I see things in Pasco worsening with homelessness especially in our downtown area.The specific project here over in East Pasco it doesn't serve the community. It's a complete mismatch as well. In fact,that project would actually reduce the property value in the area and affect the families that living in that area as well. and this pro . . . this project also too is basically, like Mr. Rodriguez spoke a few minutes ago, it's basically attracting poverty, homelessness, chemical dependency issues from outside of our community. We need to focus on Pasco and recruiting businesses to . . .to come to our area to provide jobs and support the economy, not taking care of issues of surrounding communities.Thank you Jeffrey Adams:thank you. Anyone else wish to speak? Janice Hastings: Good evening, I'm Janice Hastings 922 West Henry Street Pasco. I'm here representing a downtown Pasco business also. We have a family-owned business that's been here for 70 years. I have seen it all. Have huge windows. I see everything. I don't think this is a match for our community either. There was a kind of a last minute meeting last week that we were invited to with some of the board of directors of the PDDA.the gentleman representing the Catholic Family Charities was there.The information was very vague . . . quite incorrect compared to what we printed off online today. Lots of. . . lots of different discrepancies. But we were basically told it was a good fit for us. We would be a good community to have this. I disagree vehemently and I do agree with my. . . my counterparts where if we were to put a light industrial or a business there it would actually be adding to the quality of life in our community and not a magnet to those who, according to the . . . the charities own records, they have a great success rate and once they get filled up nobody ever leaves. So it's not like they're . . . they're helping these individuals grow and get a GED or an education or a skill.they are giving them their own place, which I can understand if that's what you want then I said it's . . . it's marvelous. I just don't think that that's the right area for it. It is way, way isolated.The other . . . the other thing in the packet I didn't appreciate where other communities telling us how great that would be for us. I was a little suspect about it. It's like why would someone from another county or another city write a letter saying oh what a great thing for Pasco. Kind of under the under the current, as you know, why do you think this is so wonderful?And maybe you've got a lot more space and it should be in your in your back yard.The downtown does have some areas of problems. I'm very proud of our police force.They take excellent care of all of us.They bend over backwards.They try.They . . . they . . . they love this community as much as the rest of us do. I do think that it isn't going to solve the problems that we're being told because if they're kicked out or they've got company or they've got partiers they can't do it in the Catholic Charities building but they can sure do it downtown in the alley behind my store. I just think that there are better spaces there are better sites for it and it was kind of a . . . it was kind of this hurried up thing that all of a sudden we're being told that this is happening and that it would be good for us. I disagree vehemently. I appreciate the time and if you have any questions, I'll be. . . or I've got big windows you guys want to come see what's going on downtown . . . the good the bad and the ugly, we can take care of it. but I would like to say that our firefighters and our Police Department, they do yeoman work for us and I . . . I hate to add another 50 beds in an apartment complex you know a mile from downtown with its own set of problems.Thank you. appreciate the time Jeffrey Adams:thank you. Anyone else wish to speak on this item? Rick White: please remember this is being recorded and televised so the Hearing Examiner will get a recording of tonight's meeting probably within ten business days and she will have the ability to review that much very much in time for the January 8 2020 Hearing Examiner meeting. any questions? Okay. thank you. Jeffrey Adams: okay this hearing will be continued to the January 8 2019 or 2020 meeting. Excuse me Jeffrey Adams: will now proceed to item 5 on our agenda which is a preliminary plat for Cedar Avenue: master file number PP 2019-005. 1 hereby declare this hearing open.And if there any wish to comment specifically on this item please do so now. And again if you wish you may comment via email or snail mail or in person. If you would bring your comments to the Planning Department before five o'clock January 8 2020.Any comments?And seeing none, we will continue this hearing to the January 8 2020 meeting. Having no other business to consider this meeting of the Hearing Examiner of the city of Pasco stands adjourned until January 8 2020. [Music] Pi� 4co REPORT TO HEARING EXAMINER PUBLIC HEARING Iq City Hall—525 North Third Avenue—Council Chambers WEDNESDAY,January 8,2020 6:00 PM MASTER FILE#: SP 2019-010 APPLICANT: Jonathan Mallahan/ Catholic Housing Services of Eastern Washington 12 E. 5th Ave. Spokane, WA 99202 REQUEST: SPECIAL PERMIT: "Pasco Haven" 52-Unit Low-Barrier Affordable Housing BACKGROUND 1. PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: Legal: The Southeast % of the Northwest % of the southeast % of section 28 Township 9 Range 30 Located Easterly of Billings Street Right-of-Way Per Dedication Deed #1697960 (Parcel #113 900 092). General Location: On the East side of the 400 Block of South Heritage Boulevard. Property Size: Approximately 2.29 acres (99,728.33 Square Feet). 2. ACCESS: The site has access from of South Heritage Boulevard. 3. UTILITIES:Water and sewer service are available from South Heritage Boulevard. 4. LAND USE AND ZONING: The site is currently zoned R-1-A (Low Density Residential Alternate), and is vacant. Surrounding properties are zoned and developed as follows: NORTH: R-2 SFDUs EAST: C-3 Vacant, Industrial SOUTH: R-1-A SFDUs WEST: R-1-A SFDUs 5. COMPREHENSIVE PLAN: The Comprehensive Plan designates the site for Mixed Residential/Commercial. Goal LU-1: take deliberate, consistent, and continuous actions to improve the community's quality of life and achieve the vision; Policy LU-1-A: Maintain and apply current design standards for major public investments, particularly streets; Policy LU-1-13: Enhance the physical appearance of development within the community through land use regulations, design guidelines, and performance and maintenance standards including landscaping, screening, building facades, color, signs, and parking lot design and appearance; Goal LU-2: maintain established neighborhoods and ensure new neighborhoods are safe and enjoyable places to live; Goal H-1: encourage housing for all economic segments of the city's population;Goal H-2:strive to maintain a variety of housing consistent with the local and regional market; Policy H-2-A: Allow for a full range of residential environments including single-family homes, townhouses, condominiums, apartments, and manufactured housing; Policy H-4-A: Encourage innovative techniques in the design of residential neighborhoods and mixed use areas to provide character and variety in the community; Policy H-5-A: Residential neighborhoods and 1 mixed-use areas should exhibit a consistent level of quality and appearance; Policy H-5-C: The city shall work with public and private sector developers to ensure that lower income housing is developed on scattered sites and in such a manner that it blends in with surrounding neighborhoods. 6. ENVIRONMENTAL DETERMINATION:The City of Pasco is the lead agency for this project. Based on the SEPA checklist, the adopted City Comprehensive Plan, City development regulations, and other information, a threshold determination resulting in a Determination of Non-Significance (DNS) was issued for this project on November 21, 2019, under WAC 197-11-158. ANALYSIS Catholic Housing Services of Eastern Washington is proposing to develop and operate a 4-story,52 unit, multi- family permanent supportive housing project to serve the chronically homeless population. The proposed site is located along the east side of Heritage Boulevard between East Lewis and East "A" Streets in Pasco. The project will be owned and operated by Catholic Housing Services of Eastern Washington, a nonprofit group that provides community service housing for their client's social, health and welfare benefit. The site, a vacant lot of approximately 2.25 acres, was annexed into the city and zoned RT (Residential Transition) in 1994 (Ordinance 3033), and rezoned in 2004 (Ordinance 3682) to R-1-A (Low Density Residential Alternate). Heritage Boulevard,built in 2009,bisects the parent parcel of the proposed development. Heritage Boulevard was developed between East Lewis and East"A"Streets to channel truck traffic between highway 12 and the Heritage Industrial Park located to the south of E "A" Street. Applicant plans to build a 4-story project consisting of residential units and amenities.The structure will have office space for service providers on the ground floor and single-occupancy residential units on the second floor and above. Residential units will be built with durable materials anticipating many years of use. A height variance is part of the Special Permit request, as the building is to be 55'tall. Under Pasco Municipal Code(PMC)25.200.020, "Community service housing. . .and other similar uses which provide social, health and welfare service for citizens" qualify as Unclassified Uses, Level Two Community Service Facilities and as such, require review through the Special Use Permit process. Applicant proposes to provide 22 parking spaces for the facility, which is expected to be adequate for both residents and employees. Residents of the building will primarily rely on public transportation and are unlikely to have personal vehicles due to their income and chronic disabilities. Applicant is anticipating obtaining a Special Permit, submitting a building permit application by March 1, 2020, and having final plans and drawings completed by May 1, 2020. INITIAL STAFF FINDINGS OF FACT Findings of Fact must be entered from the record. The following are initial findings drawn from the background and analysis section of the staff report. Additional findings may be added to this listing as the result of factual testimony and evidence submitted during the open record hearing. 1. Public notice of this hearing was posted in the Tri-City Herald on November 24, 2019, and sent to property owners within 300 feet of the property on December 13, 2019. 2. Catholic Housing Services of Eastern Washington is proposing to develop and operate a 52 unit, multifamily permanent supportive housing project 2 3. The project is designed to serve the chronically homeless population. 4. The proposed site is located along the east side of Heritage Boulevard between East Lewis and East "A" Streets in east Pasco. 5. The project will be owned and operated by Catholic Housing Services of Eastern Washington. 6. Catholic Housing Services of Eastern Washington is a nonprofit group that provides community service housing for their client's social, health and welfare benefit. 7. The site is vacant. 8. The Site is approximately 2.25 acres. 9. The Site was annexed into the city in 1994 (Ordinance 3033) 10. The site was zoned RT(Residential Transition) as part of the 1994 annexation. 11. The site was rezoned in 2004 (Ordinance 3682)to R-1-A(Low Density Residential Alternate). 12. Heritage Boulevard was built in 2009 13. Heritage Boulevard bisects the parent parcel of the proposed development. 14. Heritage Boulevard was developed between East Lewis and East"A" Streets to channel truck traffic between highway 12 and the Heritage Industrial Park located to the south of East "A" Street. 15. Applicant plans to build a 4-story project consisting of residential units and amenities. 16. The structure will have office space for service providers on the ground floor 17. The structure will have single-occupancy residential units on the second floor and above. 18. Residential units will be built with durable materials. 19. The structure as designed is to be 55' tall. 20. A height variance is part of the Special Permit request due to the building height. 21. "Community service housing . . . and other similar uses which provide social, health and welfare service for citizens" qualify as Unclassified Uses, Level Two Community Service Facilities under Pasco Municipal Code (PMC) 25.200.020. 22. Level Two Community Service Facilities require review through the Special Use Permit process. 23. Persons experiencing mental illness are typically the most underserved homeless population due to requirements for social services, specifically trained staff and dedicated housing. 24. Persons recovering from substance abuse are among the most underserved homeless population due to requirements for social services, specifically trained staff and dedicated housing. 25. Permanent Supportive Housing for chronically homeless individuals has been shown to reduce the overall reliance of this population on emergency services. CONCLUSIONS BASED ON INITIAL STAFF FINDINGS OF FACT Before recommending approval or denial of the proposed plat the Planning Commission must develop findings of fact from which to draw its conclusion (PMC 26.24.070)therefrom as to whether or not: 1. Will the proposed use be in accordance with the goals, policies, objectives and text of the Comprehensive Plan? a. The Plan stresses the importance of siting necessary facilities in appropriate locations and the protection of life and property. The site is located within a developed and growing portion of the community and on a major arterial,which provides access to the surrounding community. Z. Will the proposed use adversely affect public infrastructure? a. The proposal will generate a higher demand for public utilities such as water and sewer than single-family uses allowed by the current zoning.Traffic generation of the proposal 3 will be minimal and easily accommodated by the existing road system. The utility demands of the proposed facility may be higher than many of the infrastructure demands generated by uses permitted in the R-1-A zone. 3. Will the proposed use be constructed, maintained and operated to be in harmony with the existing or intended character of the general vicinity? a. The general vicinity is residential in nature to the north and west, and industrial to the east; lands to the south are vacant. The proposed facility is classified as a Community service facility, level two, as defined in PMC 25.15.050. Level two Community service facilities include "drug abuse and alcoholic treatment centers, halfway houses, charitable organizations, nonprofit service groups,juvenile care and treatment centers, crisis residential centers, correctional work release facilities, correctional institutions,juvenile delinquency homes and facilities, any and all facilities for incarceration or detainment, temporary shelters, emergency housing facilities, community service housing, missions, community kitchens,food banks, and other similar uses which provide social, health and welfare service for citizens."As such,the Special Permit review process is required in order to offer mitigation for any possible impacts to surrounding neighborhoods. b. Catholic Housing Services of Eastern Washington has submitted a mitigation Plan that is intended to be incorporated into the proposed Special Permit conditions. 4. Will the location and height of proposed structures and the site design discourage the development of permitted uses on property in the general vicinity or impair the value thereof? a. Applicant is requesting to build a 55-foot tall, 4-story building. Part of the Special Permit request is for a height variance to 55 feet. Residential property to the north may be affected by the proposed increase in height, although the property slopes slightly to the south. The heavy commercial use to the east is elevated well above the subject property and would not likely be affected by an increase in height. Residential uses to the south and west are located across South Heritage Boulevard, an arterial street, and would not likely be affected by an increase in building height. 5. Will the operations in connection with the proposal be more objectionable to nearby properties by reason of noise,fumes, vibrations, dust, traffic, or flashing lights than would be the operation of any permitted uses within the district? a. No uses are proposed for the project (either in the building or at outside areas) that would be more objectionable to nearby properties by reason of noise, fumes, vibrations, dust, traffic or flashing lights than would be the operation of any permitted use within the land use designation. People and vehicles visiting the proposed site are anticipated to be similar to other uses that would be permitted for this property. The proposed operations for the project are to be conducted primarily within the building with some outdoor open/spaces to be used for outside sitting and gathering areas near the multi-purpose room. 6. Will the proposed use endanger the public health or safety if located and developed where proposed, or in any way will become a nuisance to uses permitted in the district? a. The proposed facility is classified as a Community service facility, level two, as defined in PMC 25.15.050, which includes "drug abuse and alcoholic treatment centers, halfway houses, charitable organizations, nonprofit service groups,juvenile care and treatment 4 centers, crisis residential centers, correctional work release facilities, correctional institutions,juvenile delinquency homes and facilities, any and all facilities for incarceration or detainment,temporary shelters, emergency housing facilities, community service housing, missions, community kitchens, food banks, and other similar uses which provide social, health and welfare service for citizens."As such,the Special Permit review process is required in order to offer mitigation for any possible impacts to surrounding neighborhoods. b. Catholic Housing Services of Eastern Washington has submitted a mitigation Plan that is intended to be incorporated into the proposed Special Permit conditions. APPROVAL CONDITIONS 1. The Special Permit shall apply to tax Parcel #113 900 092 and any subsequent subdivisions thereof; 2. Right-of-Way adjacent South Heritage Boulevard shall be dedicated to 40' from street centerline; 3. Sidewalk abutting Heritage must be located in the public right of way or an easement dedicated to the City of Pasco.; 4. No outdoor storage of equipment or materials shall be allowed; 5. An architectural block wall with an minimum height of 6 feet, except for a section with a height of 3.5' to be located within 20' of the front property line, shall be installed ten feet back from and parallel to the north line of the property; 6. A landscaping screen or buffer of 10' approved by the City shall be planted along the north and east property lines of the site; 7. A turn pocket, bus stop, and bus shelter shall be installed along the front property line of the site; 8. Parking spaces for multiple-family dwellings shall not be located in the front yard; 9. Utilities must be extended "to and through" the parcel at the time of development; 10. Concurrency development standards shall apply; 11. The site shall be developed and buildings constructed in substantial conformance with the approved site plans; 12. The site shall be maintained and operated in substantial conformance with the Mitigation Plan submitted (See Exhibit#1); 13. The Special Permit shall be null and void if all necessary building permits have not been obtained by December 31, 2020; 14. The Special Permit shall be null and void if site is not maintained and operated in substantial conformance with the Mitigation Plan submitted (See Exhibit#1). 5 P4�i4co Community Development Department PO Box 293,525 N 3rd Ave, Pasco,WA 99301 P: 509.545.3441/F: 509.545.3499 NOTICE OF APPLICATION/SEPA DETERMINATION Si necesita ayuda para entender este aviso o necesita mas informacion, por favor Ilame al Departamento de Desarrollo Comunitario y Economico de la Ciudad de Pasco a 509-545-3441. Comment Period Deadlines: Special Permit: January 8, 2020 Proposal: Pasco Haven LLC has submitted a Special Permit application for a 52-unit multi-family low-barrier supportive housing building located in the 300-400 block of Heritage Blvd (Parcel#113-900-092)to serve low-income and homeless individuals in Pasco, Washington (MF#SP 2019-010).The building will also contain health and social services for residents of the housing.The proposal is subject to regulations contained in the Pasco Municipal Code. Public Comment Period: Written comments submitted to the Community Development Department by 5:00 p.m.on January 8,2020 will be included in the Hearing Examiner's meeting packet. You may also submit comments at the Hearing advertised below. If you have questions on the proposal,contact the Planning Division at(509)545-3441 or via e-mail to: bourcierd@pasco-wa.gov Open Record Hearing: The Hearing Examiner will conduct the open record hearing at 6:00 p.m. on January 8, 2020 in the Council Chambers in Pasco City Hall at 525 N 3rd Avenue in Pasco,Washington.The Hearing Examiner will consider public testimony concerning the above application at this meeting. Determination of Completeness: The application has been declared complete for the purpose of processing. Environmental Documents and/or Studies Applicable to this Application: Environmental Determination No.SEPA2019-055 has been assigned to this proposal.The SEPA comment period ended on November 13, 2019.A Determination of Non-Significance was issued for this proposal on November 21, 2019(WAC 197.11.355 optional DNS process). Project Permits Associated with this Proposal: No permits are currently associated with this proposal. Grading and building permits will be required for any construction. Preliminary Determination of Regulations Used for Project Mitigation: Titles 12 (Streets and Sidewalks), 16 (Buildings and Construction), 25 (Zoning), regulations of the Pasco Municipal Code,and the land use policies contained in the Pasco Comprehensive Plan. Estimated Date of the Decision:The Hearing Examiner is estimated to make a decision within ten (10)days of the public hearing. Prepared 12/10/19 by:Jeffrey B.Adams,Associate Planner, PO Box 293 Pasco,WA 99301 (509)545-3441 The City of Pasco welcomes full participation in public meetings by all citizens. No qualified individual with a disability shall be excluded or denied the benefit of participating in such meetings. If you wish to use auxiliary aids or require assistance to comment at this public meeting, please contact the Community Development Department at(509)545-3441 or TDD(509)585-4425 at least ten days prior to the date of the meeting to make arrangements for special needs. _ r 10 Y r. 11A .' L y' It r' k=• ter. _ i'Y— dL � i•!.. py��m�•�f'dr •4 AV mm - fl Lri-City frald trlcityherald.com — VOICE OF THE MID-COLUMBIA .----- WINE PRESS rf AFFIDAVIT OF PUBLICATION nt# I Ad Numberdentifi i n P I AmountDe th 449490 0004468537 NOTICE OF APPLICATION SPECIAL PERMIT (MF#SP2019-010) $173.03 1 6.32 In Attention: NOTICE OSherrie Young COUNTY OF BENTON) .SS PASCO CITY ORLEGALS STATE OF WASHINGTON) PO BOX 293 PASCO, WA 99301 Victoria Rodela, being duly swom, deposes and says, I am the Legals NOTICE OF APPLICATION- Clerk of The Tri-City Herald, a daily SPECIAL PERMIT newspaper. That said newspaper is a Si necesita ayuda para entender este local newspaper and has been wisp o nccesra ,„as inf0nnacien. po: favor approved as a legal newspaper by lame al Departamento de Desarrollo Comumtarro y Economico de order Of the superior court in the County la Ciudad de Pasco a 509-545-3441. Proposal: Pasco Haven LLC has sub in which it is published and it is now miffed a Special Permit application for a 52-unit multi-family,low-barrier hous- and has been for more than six months ing apartment building located in the 300.400 block of Heritage Blvd(Parcel prior to the date of the publications #113-900-092) to serve low-income hereinafter referred to, published and homeless individuals in Pasco. Washington (MF# SP2019030). The continually as a daily newspaper in proposal is subject to regulations con tainedrn the Pasco Municipal Code, Benton County, Washington. That the Public Comment Period: Written attached is a true copy as it was printed comments submitted to the Community Development Department by 5:00 p.m. In the regular and entire Issue of the on December 11,2019 will be included in the Hearing Examiner's meeting Tri-City Herald and not In a supplement packet. You may also submit com- ments at the Hearing Examiner meet- thereof, ran 1 time(s) commencing On Ing advertised below.If you have ques- 1112412019, and ending on 11124/2019, tions on the proposal,contact the Plan- ning Division at f509)545-3441 or via and that said newspaper Was regularly e-mail to:bourcierd@pasco-wa.gov Open Record Hearing: The Hearing distributed to Its subscribers during all Examiner will conduct an open record of this period. hearing at 6:00 p.m.on December 11, 2019 in the Council Chambers in Pasco City Hall at 525 N 3rd Avenue in Pasco. Washington. The Hearing Examiner will consider public testimony concerning the above application at this meeting. Determination of Completeness: The application has been declared complete for the purpose of process- - ing. Project Permits Associated with this Proposal: No permits are cur- rently associated with this proposal. Grading and building permits will be re- quired for any construction. (Signature of Legals Clerk) Estimated Date of the Decision: The Hearing Examiner is estimated to make a decision within ten(10)days of the public hearing. SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN BEFORE To Receive Notification of the Envi- ronmental Determination: Contact ME THIS 25th DAY OF November,2019 the Pasco Planning Division at the ad- dress or telephone number below. Prepared 11/19/19 by:Darcy Bourcier. Planner I, PO Box 293 Pasco. WA 99301(509)545.3441 The City of Pasco welcomes full partici- pation in public meetings by all citizens. No qualified individual with a disability Lary Public in and for the State of Texas shall be excluded or denied the benefit of participating in such meetings.If you residing in Dallas County wish to use auxiliary aids or require as- sistance to comment at this public meeting,please contact the Communi- ty Development Department at (509) 545-3441 or TDD (509) 585-4425 at - least ten days prior to the date of the meeting to make arrangements for spe. cial needs. Extra charge for lost or duplicate affidavits. Legal document please do not destroy! Overview Item: Special P_rmit - 52-Unit Low-Barrier Affordable • • Applicant: Jonathan Mallahan/CHS of Eastern Washington W E 1 File #: SP 2019-0 10 ®_ is 9iitd P. yr. •M ®+' s f ..x n r 5"" X73 �AM MAN 501 N.* ... �. �a�r •,tya i 9 .. �� � ® ®� �:L•tom_ �' -��� S�� ����:.. a .,. .: ,_ .. .. ,1 Zffl Flit 011 •r0® I Lim M Lin 0 rw age �`�� �� 111 F � . »��,� w�L 'u�■ am .ya-, y' a a •� _ l 1 Jim i6. .. J... i..� i. 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Serving a high-needs population in an apartment building requires care and thought into building design, property management and effective supportive services. Catholic Charities has designed and implemented the following practices to help create healthy, safe environments for our residents and to mitigate for impacts of our buildings on our neighbors. On-Site Support: Permanent Supportive Housing is designed to support individuals with high levels of need and significant barriers to housing. To mitigate for these challenges Catholic Charities provides on-site access to services including peer-support, dually licensed behavioral health and substance abuse counselors, fresh food options and case management. In addition to on-site services, we partner with other organizations to provide access to primary healthcare, employment support and other supports. Catholic Charities also staffs our properties with up to three property management/maintenance team members who are trained/equipped to manage and respond to resident needs. We provide residents will 24/7 access to an emergency call number should challenges arise when staff or not on-site. Our buildings incorporate principles of trauma-informed design to help residents enjoy their homes in peace. Design elements like wider hallways, more open spaces and increased natural lighting all help create an environment that supports resident wellness as they recover from the trauma associated with homelessness. Security: Catholic Charities Permanent Supportive Housing buildings are designed to be secure. We control access to the building using an electronic lock system. Only residents and authorized staff/partners are given key fobs for access to the building. Each fob's access is restricted to the floor the resident lives on and common areas. We use internet-enabled security cameras which allow our team to monitor the property remotely. Pasco Haven will include a perimeter fence to reduce unauthorized access to the property as well as managing resident access to the property and surrounding neighborhood. In addition to a perimeter fence, we incorporate other principles of Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) into our buildings. Lighting, landscaping and floor plans are all designed with security and crime prevention in mind. Resident Expectations: Our goal is to create a safe and peaceful environment for residents to enjoy.An important strategy to achieve this goal is through excellent property management. Our property managers are trained to proactively identify challenges through quarterly unit inspections and regular engagement of residents. When problems do arise, staff are trained to respond quickly and consistently in person and in writing. We collaborate with on-site support staff to develop resident-focused solutions to help change behaviors. Residents are required to sign a lease agreement as a condition of their residency. Our lease agreement includes expectations for unit cleanliness,visitor requirements, quite hours amongst other requirements. Our lease agreements do prohibit the use of marijuana and illegal drugs. We recognize that some residents will struggle with substance abuse disorder and our programming is designed to support residents in healing from this illness. We expect that some residents will struggle and slip up on their road to wellness. Catholic Charities does not evict a resident based on their addiction. We do manage behaviors related to addiction. If a resident's addiction is causing behaviors that violate our lease or create a disruption to other residents/neighbors' peaceful enjoyment of their homes,their residency is at risk. We require residents to commit to a good neighbor agreement in which standards of conduct within two miles of our buildings are established. When a resident's behaviors are inconsistent with their lease/good neighborhood agreement within two miles of the property,we react as if the behavior occurred on-site. We work closely with local police departments to respond to any on or off-site criminal behaviors.This includes providing officers with key fobs to access our buildings at any time. When we receive notice from police departments that a resident has been arrested for a serious crime against people or property,we are able to respond with a 3-day eviction notice. If problematic behaviors are less serious or repeated violation of house rules occur, residents are given the option of entering into a risk to tenancy agreement in lieu of eviction.These agreements mandate participation in additional services and support as a condition of residency.They are an effective tool in managing and changing resident behaviors. Site Amenities: Engaging residents in positive activities supports a healthy and safe community. On-site staff schedule regular resident activities to help build community and grow positive relationships between residents. Monthly resident town hall meetings help us keep in touch with residents and make sure our programming is being responsive to their needs. In other buildings our residents have chosen to set up regular fishing trips, cooking classes, pizza night and many other unique activities. In addition to on-site programming,the project will include design elements to support positive resident activities. Final design elements will be determined with resident input, but we have made preliminary plans to install a basketball court, recreation room and community gardens for our residents to enjoy. Talking points for the Pasco Hearings Examiner meeting on December 11t", 2019 (Choose one to speak to, or use your own story! Thank you!) Thank you for the opportunity to speak in favor of this project. Like the rest of the nation, Benton and Franklin Counties are experiencing an increase in homeless individuals, especially those who are chronically ill with co-morbid conditions in chronic diseases and mental illness. Since the purchase of Lourdes Health Network by LifePoint, Franklin County has suffered the loss of housing inventory(22 beds)which has exacerbated the issue. The Tri-Cities area has had increasing pressure on affordable housing given its rapid growth rate. Franklin County especially, experienced a population growth 2.3% between 2018-2019 with Benton close behind at 2.2%(source: https://www.tricitiesbusinessnews.com/2oig/o6/2019-population rq owth/) compared to Washington State's rate at 1.6%. Franklin County was the fastest-growing county in the state between 2018-19, with Benton County nipping close behind at No. 3 according to the Office of Financial Management data released in June of this year. Minutes from the April 2019 meeting of the Benton and Franklin Counties Housing Continuum of Care Task Force show that the Benton-Franklin Coordinated Entry System (CES) screened about 3000 people during 2018 for housing assistance eligibility. Benton-Franklin Trends data shows that there are 6,542 renters spending So%or more of their household income for shelter costs. On March 19, 2019, ninety-one people came together from across the counties representing various sectors; fire, police, hospitals, faith-based organizations, housing agencies, behavioral health,justice, and interested citizens. At the end of the meeting, a vote was taken as to whether or not to proceed with a PSH initiative in the bi-county region, and the response was an overwhelming YES! Catholic Charities has been building PSH units that vary depending on the need, but all have in common on-site supportive services. The model that he presented at the summit included 50 units and supportive services on the bottom floor. The advantage of on-site services ensures easy access by the residents living upstairs. From the recent Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Uniform Data System (UDS) reporting, Tri-Cities Community Health (TCCH), the largest Federally Qualified Healthcare Center within the Benton-Franklin counties, reported the number of homeless clients served at 1,895 in 2018, up from 1,273 in 2017, representing a 33% increase. In January of 2019, Kidder Mathews Valuation Advisory Services prepared a market study for Catholic Charities, Homeless Housing Needs Analysis. The purpose of the market study was to examine the need for affordable housing in the greater Tri-Cities market, concentrating on the homeless and unstably housed demographic. They concluded that"based on the HMIS data supplemented with Union Gospel mission counts, there are typically 700 or more literally homeless individuals in a given year. The conservative Point-In-Time count and anecdotal support from local service providers suggest a chronically homeless population of at least 30 individuals in a given year." In Benton/Franklin Counties, there were 3,454"Homeless or Unstably Housed" persons for the month of January in 2017(note 2o18 is not available), and of these, 845 homeless persons were counted as"literally" homeless or about 24%of the total. While the Union Gospel Mission provides temporary support for individuals experiencing homelessness,this project will supply an additional 5o units of permanent supportive housing for individuals who are chronically homeless, and provide the services they need to live with dignity and get better. There are also some units set aside for veterans and the disabled supported by project vouchers ensuring a more sustainable housing model. Supportive housing, either permanent or through a bridge program, is a cost-effective best- practice model to holistically support households facing the most complex social and health challenges to live more stable lives. The ED Visits Per Thousand (VPT) rate for Benton and Franklin Counties was 765 VPT compared to the state rate of 55o VPT. Multiplying this number of excess ED visits by a conservative charge estimate of$1,500 per ED visit, we gauge that an extra $27 million was spent on emergency department utilization over what could have been spent if Benton- Franklin Counties hospitals were performing at the statewide rate. Permanent Supportive Housing gives hospitals the ability to discharge patients into a safe, stable environment. GREATER COLUMBIA ACH Domestic DVSBF Violence Servicesl Benton&Franklin Counties Supportive • Ben — Cmmitt _ q 0 ton Franklin • •� Community • • HEALTH B E N TO N & LIN UNTIES ALLIANCE J ``Blue Mountain "� "' " • "� • • • �AIFAction Council ® Catholic Charities ' 25% �' CAC 1 1 ' '• • - •- - KADLEC ... . ._. _:. . . Gesa CREDIT UNION Cost Savings Utilizing Less Resources GREATER $2,451 - $3,540 on average 80% of calls received are COLUMBIA to spend the night in the medical, 50% of which are ACCOUNTABLE COMMUNITY OF HEALTH hospital from homeless t spend the individuals. Lo nig in night n jail Pasco, WA Data Spokane, WA Data LOURDES \� HEALTH It works! Doesn't Attract the Homeless 80% success rate 85% of homeless *4SM S VF. attributed to services and individuals housed in House ""I"° care provided by the of Charity were born within 75 miles from House of Charity staff. downtown Spokani.i ) oAhvod Spokane, WA Data Spokane, WA Data Definitions ' Chronically Homeless: Someone who has been continuously homeless for a year or one who has experienced four episodes of homelessness in the past three years. Supportive Housing: Affordable housing with on-site services that help formerly homeless, disabled tenants live in dignity in the community. As part of the Healthier Washington Intiative, people experiencing one or more behavior- al health issues or more than one chronic illness can use Medicaid resources to pay for targeted tenancy support services. ' 2019 Supportive Housing Summit Follow-Up Survey • • '. - • . TTT • A Healthcare Spending • Healthcare costs and spending in most populations tends to be highly concen- trated; a small percentage of the population tends to use a large portion of healthcare services. Compared to the general population, chronically homeless . individuals: - Experience barriers to accessing care - May have multiple, overlapping health conditions (e.g. diabetes, heart • disease, disabilities) and behavioral health conditions (e.g. severe persistent mental illness, substance use disorders) - Have significantly higher utilization of services (e.g. ED, inpatient) - Need a variety of social and healthcare services - Benefit from care coordination - Navigate across the legal and judicial systems - Have increased mortality rates Learn more at https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29672141 and }Gilt' https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3969141/. C1ry Of co City Manager• (509) 545-3404 • FAX (509) 545-3403 P.O. Box 293 . 525 North 3rd Ave. • Pasco, WA 99301 www.pasco-wa.gov August 21, 2019 Department of Commerce: I understand that Greater Columbia Accountable Community(GCACH) of Health is applying for a Department of Commerce (DOC) "Better Health Through Housing"grant. The intent of the grant is to address chronic homelessness in high emergency room utilizers, barriers to housing faced by chronically homeless individuals, and the ways in which chronic homelessness contributes to high medical costs. GCACH plans to address these issues by creating a pilot program aimed at identifying potential homeless patients through the hospital system, refer them to intensive case management provided by Catholic Charities, and obtain supportive housing through Community Action Connections. There is a need for these services in our community and the City of Pasco is appreciative of GCACH's efforts to meet this need and are supportive of GCACH grant proposal. Sincerely, Dave Zabell City Manager DZ/ac Letter of Support Housing Project Greater Columbia Accountable Community (GCACH) of Health is applying for a Department of Commerce (DOC) "Better Health Through Housing" grant. The intent of the grant is to address chronic homelessness in high emergency room utilizers, barriers to housing faced by chronically homeless individuals, and the ways in which chronic homelessness contributes to high medical costs. GCACH will address these issues by creating a pilot program aimed at identifying potential homeless patients through the hospital system, refer them to intensive case management provided by Catholic Charities, and obtain supportive housing through Community Action Connections. As an agency of the community we are pledging our support to GCACH. Signed by. � _ ( \ � Name: yJ\\YL :c��eZA Title: Agency: �,-tV+c,S V Cc..\UL S:4 �CAA ec,( c Date: � n /It To: U.S. Department of Commerce From: Alliance for a Livable and Sustainable Community,Tri-Cities,WA Re: Application by the Greater Columbia Accountable Community of Health for"Better Health Through Housing" Dear Sir or Ms.: The ALSC is the singular broad-based citizens' organization of the Mid-Columbia promoting Sustainability strategies to guide our region's growth and development. We are highly supportive of the Greater Columbia Accountable Community Health's (GCACH) efforts to apply creative means to address chronic homelessness and health in our region. In their grant application to your department — "Better Health Through Housing" --they will create a pilot program that identifies homeless patients through the hospital system and refers these to intensive case management provided by Catholic Charities, and then obtain appropriate housing through Community Action Connections. We believe that this kind of'reverse engineering' approach through critical health care system providers is an insightful means to address homelessness and health issues, and one that deserves your full support. The ALSC is prepared to assist the GCACH through our member organizations' connections and expertise in every way we can. We sincerely ask you to give the GCACH proposal on "Better Health Through Housing"your careful appraisal, and we know that you will see its worth and likelihood of success. If we can provide any further assistance to their or your efforts, please let us know. Sincerely Yours,for the Executive Board, James A. Wise, Ph.D. President, Alliance for a Livable and Sustainable Community Richland, WA < http://alsctc.org> Personal mobile: 509.578.9104 r ------------- Leading the Way August 21, 2019 Letter of Support Housing Project Greater Columbia Accountable Community (GCACH) of Health is applying for a Department of Commerce (DOC) "Better Health Through Housing" grant. The intent of the grant is to address chronic homelessness in high emergency room utilizers, barriers to housing faced by chronically homeless individuals, and the ways in which chronic homelessness contributes to high medical costs. GCACH will address these issues by creating a pilot program aimed at identifying potential homeless patients through the hospital system, refer them to intensive case management provided by Catholic Charities, and obtain supportive housing through Community Action Connections. As an agency of the community we are pledging our support to GCACH. :Sign d by:_ r r i l J Carol Hughs Evans, Community Development'Coordinator Community Development 210 W.6th Avenue • PO Box 6108 • Kennewick, WA 99336-0108 (509)585-4432 • Fax(509)585-4445 • carol.evans@ci.kennewick.wa.us Letter of Support Housing Project Greater Columbia Accountable Community (GCACH) of Health is applying for a Department of Commerce (DOC) "Better Health Through Housing" grant. The intent of the grant is to address chronic homelessness in high emergency room utilizers, barriers to housing faced by chronically homeless individuals, and the ways in which chronic homelessness contributes to high medical costs. GCACH will address these issues by creating a pilot program aimed at identifying potential homeless patients through the hospital system, refer them to intensive case management provided by Catholic Charities, and obtain supportive housing through Community Action Connections. As an agency of the community we are pledging our support to GCACH. Signed by: Name: e u- Title: /qn�l�i✓1 r"S l,r�G� Agency: i n ! �`�,P,(i' , �,,(,l^P,r (�y�jio�-7` 1' t c.l(n,�w�l 1�2�l/ice S Date: 0 Catholic Charities SERVING CENTRAL WASHINGTON Letter of Support Housing Project Greater Columbia Accountable Community (GCACH) of Health is applying for a Department of Commerce (DOC) `Better Health Through Housing" grant. The intent of the grant is to address chronic homelessness in high emergency room utilizers, barriers to housing faced by chronically homeless individuals, and the ways in which chronic homelessness contributes to high medical costs. GCACH will address these issues by creating a pilot program aimed at identifying potential homeless patients through the hospital system, referthem to intensive case management provided by Catholic Charities, and obtain supportive housing through Community Action Connections. As an agency of the community we are pledging our support to GCACH. Signed by: e/c2j2-6 Name: Marissa Ingalls Title: Manager, External Relations Agency: Coordinated Care Date: Aug 21. 2019 !, Catholic Charities EASTERN WASHINGTON August 20, 2019 Letter of Support Housing Project CRISIS RESPONSE House of Charity Greater Columbia Accountable Community (GCACH) of Health is applying for a Rising Strong Department of Commerce (DOC) "Better Health Through Housing" grant. The intent of St.Margaret's Shelter the grant is to address chronic homelessness in high emergency room utilizers, barriers to housing faced by chronically homeless individuals, and the ways in which chronic homelessness contributes to high medical costs. STABILITY Food ForAll GCACH will address these issues by creating a pilot program aimed at identifying Housing potential homeless patients through the hospital system, refer them to intensive case Senior Services management provided by Catholic Charities, and obtain supportive housing through Community Action Connections. ADVOCACY As an agency of the community we are pledging our support to GCACH. CAPA/PREPARES ;resident cerel Counseling Furniture Bank& Mc ann Furnishings for Hope &CEO Immigration Legal Services Catholic Charities Eastern Washington Parish Social Ministry St.Anne's Children& Family Center Catholic Charities Walla Walla Main: 509.358.4250 Toll Free:800.831.1209 Fax: 509.358.4259 12 E 5th Avenue PO Box 2253 Spokane WA 99210-2253 Letter of Support Housing Project Greater Columbia Accountable Community (GCACH) of Health is applying for a Department of Commerce (DOC) "Better Health Through Housing" grant. The intent of the grant is to address chronic homelessness in high emergency room utilizers, barriers to housing faced by chronically homeless individuals, and the ways in which chronic homelessness contributes to high medical costs. GCACH will address these issues by creating a pilot program aimed at identifying potential homeless patients through the hospital system, refer them to intensive case management provided by Catholic Charities, and obtain supportive housing through Community Action Connections. As an agency of the community we are pledging our support to GCACH. igned,by: etJ4-A)1EY-- 4,RgIl Title: � Agency: c��fPS�� Date: v -W`�/I Letter of Support Housing Project Greater Columbia Accountable Community(GCACH) of Health is applying for a Department of Commerce (DOC) "Better Health Through Housing" grant. The intent of the grant is to address chronic homelessness in high emergency room utilizers, barriers to housing faced by chronically homeless individuals, and the ways in which chronic homelessness contributes to high medical costs. GCACH will address these issues by creating a pilot program aimed at identifying potential homeless patients through the hospital system, refer them to intensive case management provided by Catholic Charities,and obtain supportive housing through Community Action Connections. As an agency of the community we are pledging our support to GCACH. Si ed by: A/10V Name: AA Title:-1 e 14-A �At �Apo =1, ►����� C®►` � ( ��\ Agency: ,44 Date: C2g Letter of Support Housing Project Greater Columbia Accountable Community (GCACH) of Health is applying for a Department of Commerce (DOC) "Better Health Through Housing" grant. The intent of the grant is to address chronic homelessness in high emergency room utilizers, barriers to housing faced by chronically homeless individuals, and the ways in which chronic homelessness contributes to high medical costs. GCACH will address these issues by creating a pilot program aimed at identifying potential homeless patients through the hospital system, refer them to intensive case management provided by Catholic Charities, and obtain supportive housing through Community Action Connections. As an agency of the community we are pledging our support to GCACH. Signed by: Name: Penny S Bell Title: Administrator Agency: Ideal Balance PLLC Date: 08/20/2019 Letter of Support Housing Project Greater Columbia Accountable Community (GCACH) of Health is applying for a Department of Commerce (DOC) "Better Health Through Housing" grant. The intent of the grant is to address chronic homelessness in high emergency room utilizers, barriers to housing faced by chronically homeless individuals, and the ways in which chronic homelessness contributes to high medical costs. GCACH will address these issues by creating a pilot program aimed at identifying potential homeless patients through the hospital system, refer them to intensive case management provided by Catholic Charities, and obtain supportive housing through Community Action Connections. As an agency of the community we are pledging our support to GCACH. Signed by: Name:Jason Zaccaria Title: Public Health District Administrator Agency: Benton-Franklin Health District Date: 08.20.19 �.iRit9P 4f SUPP�t Hmlrg R}olaet Graver CoNmhla kwunigiA Cwmn.Inl:y(5CACH I of Haalth Is applying 1dr a 1}Cpirl"m 0 WA-Rrre{CIOQ'B—f I';[ihh ThroVith W-wing'Krdn.. 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In the course of determining community needs,through surveys, meetings, and online discussions,the need for"housing first" options for the chronically homeless has been at the forefront of community needs related to health. It is viewed as an essential element satisfying Social Determinants of Health that will allow homeless persons an opportunity to focus on more complex needs. Kirk Williamson, Program Manager Benton-Franklin Community ak;i ELTR ALLIANCE Kirk F. Williamson Program Manager 7102 W Okanogan PI Kennewick, WA 99336 509-539-2036 CityREPORT TO HEARING EXAMINER wkmi" PUBLIC LAND USE HEARING City Hall—525 North Third Avenue—Council Chambers WEDNESDAY January 8, 2020 6:00 PM MASTER FILE#: PP 2019-005 APPLICANT: Tri-County Partners Habitat for Humanity 313 Wellsian Way Richland, WA 99352 REQUEST: PRELIMINARY PLAT: Habitat Cedar Avenue (11-Lot Single-Family Subdivision) BACKGROUND 1. PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: Legal: Lots 3, 4 and 5, block 1, Acre Park Addition, according to the plat thereof recorded in Volume B of Plats, page 11, records of Franklin County, Washington, except that portion deeded to the City of Pasco for public right of way by instrument recorded on December 21, 2011 under auditor's file no. 1776173, together with that portion of the north/south alley vacated by City of Pasco Ordinance no. 4215 recorded on March 24, 2015 under auditor's file no. 1826869, which was subsequently repealed and reestablished by City of Pasco Ordinance no. 4217 recorded on April 27, 2015 under auditor's file no. 1828231 (Franklin County Assessor's Tax Parcel #113 831 037). General Location: approximately the 300 block of the west side of South Cedar Avenue. Property Size: The site consists of one parcel approximately 1.91 acres (82,913 square feet). 2. ACCESS: The property has access from Cedar Avenue. 3. UTILITIES: Municipal water and sewer are available from Cedar Avenue. 4. LAND USE AND ZONING: The lots are currently vacant and zoned R-1 (Low-Density Residential District). Surrounding properties are zoned and developed as follows: NORTH: C-1 Vacant EAST: R-2; R-3 Vacant; SFDUs SOUTH: R-1 SFDUs WEST: R-1 SFDUs 5. Comprehensive Plan: The Comprehensive Plan indicates the site is intended for low-density residential development; surrounding Comp Plan Land Use designations include Commercial to the north, Mixed Residential to the east and low-density residential to the south and west. Low- density Residential specifies Residential development at a density of 2 to 5 dwelling units per acre. The criteria for allocation under the future land use section of Volume II of the Comprehensive Plan (Vol. II, page 17) encourages development of lands designated for residential uses when or where sewer is available; the location is suitable for home sites; and there is a market demand for new home sites. Policy H-1-E encourages the advancement of home ownership, and Goal H-2 suggests the City strive to maintain a variety of housing options for residents of the community. Goal LU-2 encourages the maintenance of established neighborhoods and the creation of new neighborhoods that are safe and enjoyable places to live. 1 6. ENVIRONMENTAL DETERMINATION: The City of Pasco is the lead agency for this project. Based on the SEPA checklist, the adopted City Comprehensive Plan, City development regulations, testimony at the public hearing and other information, a Determination of Non-Significance (DNS) has been issued for this project (WAC 197-11-355). ANALYSIS Applicant has requested approval of a preliminary plat for 11 single-family building lots on a 1.91 acre-parcel located west of and adjacent to South Cedar Avenue between East Lewis Street and East Alton Street. The site was part of the Acre Park Addition to Pasco subdivision of 1907. It has been zoned R-1 (Low-density Residential) since at least the 1990s. LOT LAYOUT:The proposed plat contains 11 residential lots utilizing a shared-frontage layout with lots 1, 3, 5, 8, and 10 being accessed from three dedicated 20' access and utility easements. This arrangement was requested due to the unusual 169.53' lot depth,and the desire to maximize density whenever possible within the City's UGA.The lots vary in size from 7,206 square feet to 9,999 square feet.The average lot size is 7,565 square feet. The proposal is consistent with the density requirements of the R-1 zoning on the site. The minimum lot size for the R-1 zone is 7,200 square feet, consistent with the R-1 zoning designation. RIGHTS-OF-WAY: Lots 2, 4, 6, 7, 9, and 11 have frontage on South Cedar Avenue, an existing street, which was dedicated in 1907 as part of the original Acre Park plat. Applicant will be required to dedicate three 20' access and utility easements to access lots 1, 3, 5, 8, and 10. UTILITIES: Municipal water and sewer are available along South Cedar Avenue, which Applicant will be required to extend to each lot. A utility easement will be required along the first 10 feet of street frontage of all lots, and as mentioned above,Applicant will be required to dedicate three 20' access and utility easements to service lots 1, 3, 5, 8, and 10,which do not have direct access to street frontage. For construction purposes, the front yard setbacks along South Cedar Avenue are larger than the requested easements; therefore, the front yard easements along South Cedar Avenue will not diminish the buildable area of the lots. The City Engineer will determine the specific placement of fire hydrants and streetlights when construction plans are submitted. Generally,fire hydrants are located at street intersections and with a maximum interval of 500 feet between hydrants on alternating sides of the street; streetlights are located at street intersections, with a maximum interval of less than 300 feet on residential streets, and with a maximum interval of 150 feet on arterial streets. The intervals for streetlight placements are measure along the centerline of the road. Streetlights are placed on alternating sides of the street. IRRIGATION:There is no active irrigation system east of Road 36. WATER RIGHTS: The assignment of water rights is a requirement for subdivision approval per Pasco Municipal Code Section 26.04.115(B) and Section 3.07.160. If no water rights are available to transfer to the City the property, owner/developer must pay a water right fee in lieu thereof. STAFF FINDINGS OF FACT State law (RCW 58.17.110 ) and the Pasco Municipal Code require the City to develop Findings of Fact as to how this proposed subdivision will protect and enhance the health, safety, and general welfare of the community.The following is a listing of proposed "Findings of Fact": 2 Prevent Overcrowding: Density requirements of the R-1 zone are designed to address overcrowding concerns.The Comprehensive Plan suggests the property in question be developed with 2 to 5 dwelling units per acre. The proposed plat has a density of approximately 5.76 units per acre. However, this increase can be attributed to the shared frontage design of the subdivision allowed by Pasco Municipal Code (PMC) Section 21.20.050(5) "Lot Requirements," and 21.20.060, "Lots Without Public Street Frontage" approved by the City Council as Ordinance 4444. The lot size requirements of the R-1 zoning district are met with 7,200- square-foot minimum lot sizes. No more than 40 percent of each lot is permitted to be covered with structures per the R-1 standards. Parks Open Space/Schools: Kurtzman Park is approximately .37 miles (1,974 feet) walking distance west of the plat area. Park impact fees will be collected at the time of permitting to be used for park development. Virgie Robinson Elementary School is located just north of Kurtzman Park along East Lewis Street and South Wehe Avenue. The City is required by RCW 58.17.110 to make a finding that adequate provisions are being made to mitigate the impacts of the proposed subdivision on the School District. At the request of the School District,the City enacted a school impact fee in 2012.The imposition of this impact fee addresses the requirement to ensure there are adequate provisions for schools. A school impact fee in the amount of$4,700 will be charged for each new dwelling unit at the time of building permit issuance. Effective Land Use/Orderly Development:The plat is laid out for single-family development as identified in the Comprehensive Plan.The maximum density permitted under the Comprehensive Plan is 5 dwelling units per acre. The developer is proposing a density of 5.76 units per acre. As mentioned above, this discrepancy can be attributed to the shared frontage design of the subdivision allowed by Pasco Municipal Code (PMC) Section 21.20.050(5) "Lot Requirements," and 21.20.060, "Lots Without Public Street Frontage" approved by the City Council as Ordinance 4444. This recent code amendment supports Comprehensive Plan Goal LU-3- B, which encourages "infill and density development to protect open space and critical areas, and to accommodate population increases and provide support for more walkable neighborhoods." Safe Travel & Walking Conditions: The plat will connect to the community through the existing network of streets and sidewalks. Curb,gutter, and sidewalk shall be installed and constructed to current City standards and to the standards of the American's with Disabilities Act (ADA). Adequate Provision of Municipal Services: All lots within the plat will be provided with water, sewer, and other utilities. Provision of Housing for State Residents:This Preliminary Plat contains 11 residential building lots, providing an opportunity for the construction of 11 new dwelling units in Pasco. Adequate Air and Light: The maximum lot coverage limitations, building height restrictions, and building setbacks will assure that adequate movement of air and light is available to each lot. Proper Access &Travel: The plat will be developed to City standards to assure proper access is maintained to each lot. Lots 2, 4, 6, 7, 9, and 11 have frontage on South Cedar Avenue, an existing street dedicated in 1907 as part of the Acre Park plat. Applicant will be required to dedicate three 20' access and utility easements to access lots 1,3, 5,8,and 10.Connections to the community will be provided by both East Lewis and East "A" Streets, via South Cedar Avenue. The preliminary plat was submitted to the Transit Authority for review (The discussion under"Safe Travel" above applies to this section also). Comprehensive Plan Policies & Maps: The Comprehensive Plan designates the plat site for Low Density Residential development; Low-Density Residential specifies residential development at a density of 2 to 5 dwelling units per acre. Surrounding Comp Plan Land Use designations include Commercial to the north, Mixed Residential to the east and Low-Density Residential to the south and west. Policies of the Comprehensive Plan encourage the advancement of home ownership and suggest the City strive to maintain 3 a variety of housing for residents. Again, the developer is proposing a density of 5.76 units per acre, which discrepancy can be attributed to the shared frontage design of the subdivision allowed by Pasco Municipal Code (PMC) Section 21.20.050(5) "Lot Requirements," and PMC 21.20.060 "Lots Without Public Street Frontage" approved by the City Council as Ordinance 4444. This recent code amendment supports Comprehensive Plan Goal LU-3-B, which encourages "infill and density development to protect open space and critical areas, and to accommodate population increases and provide support for more walkable neighborhoods." Other Findings: 1. Public notice of this hearing was posted in the City's website and in the Tri-City Herald on November 19, 2019, and sent to property owners within 300 feet of the property on December 13, 2019. 2. The site is within the Pasco Urban Growth Boundary. 3. The State Growth Management Act requires urban growth and urban densities to occur within the Urban Growth Boundaries. 4. The site is relatively flat. 5. The site is currently vacant. 6. The site is not considered a critical area, a mineral resource area or a wetland. 7. The site's Comprehensive Plan designation is for Low Density Residential development; Low-density Residential specifies Residential development at a density of 2 to 5 dwelling units per acre. 8. The site is zoned R-1 (low density residential). 9. The proposed subdivision is in conformance with the zoning requirements of the site. 10. The minimum lot area in the R-1 zone is 7,200 square feet. 11. The developer is proposing 5.76 dwelling units per acre. 12. The Housing Element of the Comprehensive Plan encourages the advancement of programs that promote home ownership and development of a variety of residential densities and housing types. 13. The Transportation Element of the Comprehensive Plan encourages the interconnection of neighborhood streets to provide for the disbursement of traffic. 14. The interconnection of neighborhood streets is necessary for utility connections (looping) and the provision of emergency services. 15. Per the ITE Trip Generation Manual 8th Edition,the proposed subdivision,when fully developed,will generate approximately 105 vehicle trips per day. 16. The current park impact fee is$1,575 per dwelling unit. 17. RCW 58.17.110 requires the City to make a finding that adequate provisions have been made for schools before any preliminary plat is approved. 18. The City of Pasco has adopted a school impact fee ordinance compelling new housing developments to provide the School District with mitigation fees.The fee was effective April 16, 2012. 19. Past correspondence from the Pasco School District indicates impact fees address the requirement to ensure adequate provisions are made for schools. 20. Plat improvements within the City of Pasco are required to comply with the 2015 Standard Drawings and Specification as approved by the City Engineer.These improvements include but are not limited to water, sewer and irrigation lines, streets, streetlights and storm water retention. The 4 handicapped-accessible pedestrian ramps are completed with the street and curb improvements prior to final plat approval. Sidewalks are installed at the time permits are issued for new houses, except sidewalks along major streets, which are installed with the street improvements. 21. The assignment of water rights is a requirement for subdivision approval per Pasco Municipal Code Section 26.04.115(B) and Section 3.07.160. 22. The developer is responsible for all costs associated with construction, inspection, and plan review service expenses incurred by the City Engineering Office. 23. The City has nuisance regulations (PMC 9.60)that require property owners (including developers)to maintain their properties in a manner that does not injure, annoy, or endanger the comfort and repose of other property owners. This includes controlling dust, weeds and litter during times of construction for both subdivisions and buildings including houses. TENTATIVE CONCLUSIONS BASED ON INITIAL STAFF FINDINGS OF FACT Before recommending approval or denial of the proposed Plat the Planning Commission must develop findings of fact from which to draw its conclusion (P.M.C. 26.24.070)therefrom as to whether or not: (1) Adequate provisions are made for the public health, safety and general welfare and for open spaces, drainage ways, streets, alleys, other public ways, water supplies, sanitary wastes, parks, playgrounds, transit stops, schools and school grounds, sidewalks for safe walking conditions for students and other public needs; The proposed plat will be required to develop under the standards of the Pasco Municipal Code and the standard specifications of the City Engineering Division. These standards for streets, sidewalks, and other infrastructure improvements were designed to ensure the public health, safety, and general welfare of the community. These standards include provisions for streets, drainage, water and sewer service and the provision for dedication of right-of-way. The preliminary plat was forwarded to the PUD, the Pasco School District,Cascade Gas,Charter Cable, Franklin County Irrigation District,and Ben-Franklin Transit Authority for review and comment. Based on the School District's Capital Facilities Plan the City collects school mitigation fees for each new dwelling unit. The fee is paid at the time of building permit issuance. The school impact fee addresses the requirements of RCW 58.17.110.All new developments participate in establishing parks through the payment of park fees at the time of permitting. (2) The proposed subdivision contributes to the orderly development and land use patterns in the area; The proposed plat is an infill development. It is designed to make the most efficient use of a vacant parcel of land per the designated zoning. (3) The proposed subdivision conforms to the policies, maps, and narrative text of the Comprehensive Plan; The Comprehensive Plan land use map designates the site for Low Density Residential development and may be developed with modified factory-assembled homes and single-family dwelling units. As well, adjacent areas have Comprehensive Plan Land Use designations Commercial to the north, Mixed Residential to the east, and Low-Density Residential to the south and west. Low-density Residential specifies Residential development at a density of 2 to 5 dwelling units per acre. Policies of the Comprehensive Plan encourage the advancement of home ownership and suggest the City strive to maintain a variety of housing for residents. The plat indicates the density to be 5.76 units per acre, which is above the density range established by the Comprehensive Plan for surrounding residential land use designations; however this increase can be 5 attributed to the shared frontage design of the subdivision allowed by Pasco Municipal Code (PMC) Section 21.20.050(5) "Lot Requirements," and 21.20.060 "Lots Without Public Street Frontage" approved by the City Council as Ordinance 4444, in support of the Comprehensive Plan Goal LU-3-13 which is to encourage "infill and density development to protect open space and critical areas,and to accommodate population increases and provide support for more walkable neighborhoods." The Housing Element of the Plan encourages the promotion of a variety of residential densities and suggests the community should support the advancement of programs encouraging home ownership. The Plan also encourages the interconnection of local streets for inter-neighborhood travel for public safety as well as providing for traffic disbursement. (4) The proposed subdivision conforms to the general purposes of any applicable policies or plans which have been adopted by the City Council; Development plans and policies have been adopted by the City Council in the form of the Comprehensive Plan. The proposed subdivision conforms to the spirit but not the letter of the Plan, and its policies, maps, and narrative text as noted in number three above. (5) The proposed subdivision conforms to the general purposes of the subdivision regulations. The general purposes of the subdivision regulations have been enumerated and discussed in the staff analysis and Findings of Fact.The Findings of Fact indicate the subdivision is in conformance with the general purposes of the subdivision regulations provided certain mitigation measures (i.e., school impact fees are paid). (6) The public use and interest will be served by approval of the proposed subdivision. The proposed plat, if approved, will be developed in accordance with all City standards designed to ensure the health, safety and general welfare of the community are met. The Comprehensive Plan will be implemented through development of this plat. These factors will ensure the public use and interest are served. TENTATIVE PLAT APPROVAL CONDITIONS 1) All improvements shall be in accordance to the Pasco Municipal Code. The Pasco Municipal Code adopts the most recent versions of the City of Pasco Standard Specifications, the Washington State Department of Transportation Standard Specifications for Road, Bridges, and Municipal Construction, the International Building Code, and the International Fire Code. If there are any conflicting regulations in any of these documents, the more stringent regulation shall apply. 2) The face of the plat shall include this statement: "As a condition of approval of this preliminary plat the owner waives the right to protest the formation of a Local Improvement District for sewer/water/road/sidewalk improvements to the full extent as permitted by RCW 35.43.182. 3) Any existing water rights associated with the subject property shall be transferred to the City as a condition of approval. If no water rights are available then the property owner, in accordance with PMC 21.05.120, shall pay to the City, in lieu thereof, a water rights acquisition fee as established in the City Fee Summary Ordinance as identified in PMC 3.35. 4) Only City-maintained utilities are allowed in the public right of way. Any existing non-city owned utilities located in the right of way must be relocated to a utility easement outside of the right of way at the developer's expense. Overhead utilities shall be placed underground. 5) It shall be the responsibility of the property owner/developer to contact all utility owners to determine their system improvement requirements. Prior to subdivision construction plan submittal 6 and/or review the property owner/developer shall provide to the City of Pasco a written letter of support/approval of the proposed development from all outside utilities, public and private. RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends approval of the Preliminary Plat with conditions as per above. 7 P4�i4co Community Development Department PO Box 293,525 N 3rd Ave, Pasco,WA 99301 P: 509.545.3441/F: 509.545.3499 NOTICE OF APPLICATION/SEPA DETERMINATION Si necesita ayuda para entender este aviso o necesita mas informaci6n, por favor Ilame al Departamento de Desarrollo Comunitario y Econ6mico de la Ciudad de Pasco a 509-545-3441. Comment Period Deadlines: Plat application: January 8, 2020 Proposal: Tri-County Partners Habitat for Humanity has submitted an application for approval of an 11-lot single-family residential subdivision on 1.9 acres located in the 100-300 block of S Cedar Avenue (Parcel#113-831-037) in Pasco, Washington (MF#PP 2019- 005).The proposal is subject to regulations contained in the Pasco Municipal Code. Public Comment Period: Written comments submitted to the Community Development Department by 5:00 p.m.on January 8,2020 will be included in the Hearing Examiner's meeting packet. You may also submit comments at the Hearing advertised below. If you have questions on the proposal,contact the Planning Division at(509)545-3441 or via e-mail to: bourcierd@pasco-wa.gov Open Record Hearing: The Hearing Examiner will conduct the open record hearing at 6:00 p.m. on January 8, 2020 in the Council Chambers in Pasco City Hall at 525 N 3rd Avenue in Pasco,Washington.The Hearing Examiner will consider public testimony concerning the above application at this meeting. Determination of Completeness: The application has been declared complete for the purpose of processing. Environmental Documents and/or Studies Applicable to this Application: Environmental Determination No.SEPA2019-056 has been assigned to this proposal.The SEPA comment period ended November 11, 2019.A Determination of Non-Significance was issued for this proposal on November 12,2019 (WAC 197.11.355 optional DNS process). Project Permits Associated with this Proposal: Right-of-way and grading permits will be required for infrastructure improvements. Preliminary Determination of Regulations Used for Project Mitigation: Titles 12 (Streets and Sidewalks), 16 (Buildings and Construction),21(Urban Area Subdivision Regulations),25(Zoning),regulations of the Pasco Municipal Code,and the land use policies contained in the Pasco Comprehensive Plan. Estimated Date of the Decision:The Hearing Examiner is estimated to make a decision within ten (10)days of the public hearing. To Receive Notification of the Environmental Determination:Contact the Pasco Planning Division at the address ortelephone number below. Prepared 12/10/19 by:Jeffrey B.Adams,Associate Planner, PO Box 293 Pasco,WA 99301 (509)545-3441 The City of Pasco welcomes full participation in public meetings by all citizens. No qualified individual with a disability shall be excluded or denied the benefit of participating in such meetings. If you wish to use auxiliary aids or require assistance to comment at this public meeting, please contact the Community Development Department at(509)545-3441 or TDD(509)585-4425 at least ten days prior to the date of the meeting to make arrangements for special needs. u F V' • y b. ' Ate. ; - { .}Mi Dr Ir :Ir' �I� � ��'' '� '!- ter: _ - � ,. � ti �� ■ I ' r�.- {Err ILI 46 ~- - � tea= -.. - _ :��t��,-. - . . . - �� r �• •,. ••�. ,f .-. _ - �`- til �,,.: ,I �,I. - i f f +I Y� - - - tricityherald.com l VOICE OF THE MID-COLUMBIA -------�� AFFIDAVIT OF PUBLICATION Account# Ad Number I Identification Pin Amount I Cols th 449490 0004468484 NOTICE OF APPLICATION PRELIMINARY P (MF#PP2019-005). $175.50 1 6.41 In Attention: Sherrie Young PASCO CITY ORLEGALS PO BOX 293 PASCO, WA 99301 NOTICE OF APPLICATION- PRELIMINARY PLAT Si necesita ayuda para entender este aviso o necesita mals information, por favor Maine al Departamento de Desarrollo Comunitario y Economico de la Ciudad de Pasco a 509-5453441. Proposal:Tri-County Partners Habitat Humanity has submitted an applica- tion for approval of an 11-lot single- family residential subdivision on 1.9 acres located in the 100-300 block of S Cedar Avenue (Parcel #113.831-037) in Pasco. Washington IMF# PP2019-0051. The proposal is subject to regulations contained in the Pasco Municipal Code. Public Comment Period: Written comments submitted to the Community Development Department by 5:00 p.m. on December 11,2019 will be included in the Hearing Examiner's meeting packet. You may also submit com- ments at the Hearing Examiner meet- ing advertised below.If you have ques- 1112412019, 1112412019, tions on the proposal,contact the Plan- ning Division at(509)545-3441 or via e-mail to:bourcierd@pasco-wa.gov Open Record Hearing: The Hearing Examiner will conduct an open record hearing at 6:00 p.m.on December 11. 2019 in the Council Chambers in Pasco City Hall at 525 N 3rd Avenue in Pasco, Washington.The Hearing Examiner will consider public testimony concerning the above application at this meeting. Determination of Completeness: The application has been declared complete for the purpose of process- •+ ing. 1 i Project Permits Associated with this Proposal: Right-of-way . utility and grading permits will be required for infrastructure improvements. Estimated Date of the Decision: (Signature of Legals Clerk) The Hearing Examiner is estimated to make a decision within ten(10)days of the public hearing. To Receive Notification of the Envi- ronmental Determination: Contact the Pasco Planning Division at the ad 25th November, 2019 dress or telephone number below. Prepared 11/19/19 by:Darcy Bourcier, Planner I. PO Box 293 Pasco. WA 99301(509)545-3441 The City of Pasco welcomes full partici- pation in public meetings by all citizens. No qualified individual with a disability shall be excluded or denied the benefit of par- ticipating in such meetings. If you wish residing in Dallas County to use auxiliary aids or require assis. tante to comment at this public meeting, please contact the Community Development Depart- ment at(509) 545-3441 or TDD(509) 585.4425 at least ten days prior to the date of the meet- ing to make arrangements for special needs. Overview Item: I I Lot • Cedar Avenue N Applicant: Tri-County Partners Habitat for Humanity W E Map - 2019-005 1 ft-M ism rim W 01 Iff ffm AgIlk Ai IMPM ® � r ^ B 0�. T r i !�_° oil vicinItem: 11 Lot Preliminary Plat -Habitat Cedar Avenue N y Applicant: Tri-County Partners Habitat for Humanity w E Map File #: PP 2019-005 S w _ . Q . r - o vim. �� t _ wUi - - - z E LEWIS ST Z P - E LE'�Wd'S ST - s r - s ...,. l m _ er _ m v. w \ W SITE o " w 5 4 . -- ° t _ w Y r (n r- � U) LJ iL w E ;..LTON ST w . > 110 210 420 630 840 W . 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M1:za:.1.t .,. �'� �,ji��ea„ '1FF r '� `-�� •: 1 .. -s'” .rr w4co REPORT TO HEARING EXAMINER PUBLIC LAND USE HEARING City Hall—525 North Third Avenue—Council Chambers WEDNESDAY January 8, 2020 6:00 PM MASTER FILE#: PP 2019-006 APPLICANT: Story Family Five, LLC P.O. Box 2289 Richland, WA 99352-0100 REQUEST: PRELIMINARY PLAT: Joel's Addition (18-Lot Single-Family Subdivision) BACKGROUND 1. PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: Leal: Short Plat 2012-07 Lot 2; South West % of the North East % of Section 27, Township 09 North, Range 29 East W.M. (Franklin County Assessor's Tax Parcel#119 631 090). General Location: 804 Road 56 Property Size: The site consists of one parcel approximately 6.44 acres (280,526 square feet). 2. ACCESS: The property has access from W Sylvester Street and Road 56. 3. UTILITIES: Municipal water and sewer are available from Cedar Avenue. 4. LAND USE AND ZONING: The lots are currently vacant and zoned R-S-1 (Residential Suburban). Surrounding properties are zoned and developed as follows: NORTH: RS-20 SFDUs EAST: RS-20; SFDUs SOUTH: RS-12 SFDUs WEST: RS-20 SFDUs 5. Comprehensive Plan: The Comprehensive Plan indicates the site is intended for low-density residential development; surrounding Comp Plan Land Use designations is low-density residential. Low-density Residential specifies Residential development at a density of 2 to 5 dwelling units per acre.The criteria for allocation under the future land use section of Volume II of the Comprehensive Plan (Vol. II, page 17) encourages development of lands designated for residential uses when or where sewer is available; the location is suitable for home sites; and there is a market demand for new home sites. Policy H-1-E encourages the advancement of home ownership, and Goal H-2 suggests the City strive to maintain a variety of housing options for residents of the community. Goal LU-2 encourages the maintenance of established neighborhoods and the creation of new neighborhoods that are safe and enjoyable places to live. 6. ENVIRONMENTAL DETERMINATION: The City of Pasco is the lead agency for this project. Based on the SEPA checklist, the adopted City Comprehensive Plan, City development regulations, testimony at the public hearing and other information, a Determination of Non-Significance (DNS) was issued for this project on 12/16/2019 (WAC 197-11-355). 1 ANALYSIS LOT LAYOUT:The proposed plat contains 18 residential lots utilizing a shared-frontage layout with lots 1—6 being accessed from three 10' access and utility easements. Lots 6— 16 accessed via a proposed cul-de-sac. Lots 17 and 18 will be accessible via N Road 56. The lots vary in size from 10,357— 22,058 square feet. The average lot size is 14,044 square feet. The proposal is consistent with the density requirements of the RS-1 zoning district on the site.The minimum lot size for the R-S-1 zone is 10,000 square feet. RIGHTS-OF-WAY: Lots 6-16 will have public frontage on the proposed cul-de-sac. Lots 17 and 18 will have frontage on N Road 56, an existing street. Applicant will be required to dedicate three 20' access and utility easements to access lots 1-6. UTILITIES:Municipal water and sewer are available along W Sylvester Street.Municipal Sewer is also available on N Road 56.The applicant will be required to extend to each lot. The City Engineer will determine the specific placement of fire hydrants and streetlights when construction plans are submitted. Generally,fire hydrants are located at street intersections and with a maximum interval of 500 feet between hydrants on alternating sides of the street; streetlights are located at street intersections, with a maximum interval of less than 300 feet on residential streets, and with a maximum interval of 150 feet on arterial streets. The intervals for streetlight placements are measure along the centerline of the road. Streetlights are placed on alternating sides of the street. IRRIGATION:There is no irrigation services in this neighborhood. WATER RIGHTS: The assignment of water rights is a requirement for subdivision approval per Pasco Municipal Code Section 26.04.115(B) and Section 3.07.160. If no water rights are available to transfer to the City the property, owner/developer must pay a water right fee in lieu thereof. STAFF FINDINGS OF FACT State law (RCW 58.17.110 ) and the Pasco Municipal Code require the City to develop Findings of Fact as to how this proposed subdivision will protect and enhance the health, safety, and general welfare of the community.The following is a listing of proposed "Findings of Fact": Prevent Overcrowding: Density requirements of the R-S-1 are established to provide a low-density residential environment, permitting up to four dwelling units per acre.The Comprehensive Plan suggests the property in question be developed with 2 to 5 dwelling units per acre. The proposed plat has a density of approximately 2.81 units per acre.The lot size requirements of the R-S-1 zoning district are met with 10,000 square foot minimum lot sizes. No more than 40%of each lot is permitted to be covered with structures per the R-S-1 standards. Parks Open Space/Schools: Wade Park is located approximately 0.16 miles Southeast of the site along W Sylvester Street and Road 54. Chiawana Park is located approximately 2.95 miles to the East on W Court Street and Road 92. Park impact fees will be collected at the time of permitting to be used for park development. The Pasco School District provides K-12 educational facilities via the following: Mark Twain Elementary is located 1.59 North East(W Court Street/Road 40); Mcloughlin Middle School located 2.93 miles North West of the site (W Livingston Road / Road 88); Chiawana High School, located 2.32 miles North West of the site (W Argent/Road 84). The City is required by RCW 58.17.110 to make a finding that adequate provisions are being made to mitigate the impacts of the proposed subdivision on the School District.At the request of the School District,the City enacted a school impact fee in 2012.The imposition of this impact fee addresses the requirement to ensure 2 there are adequate provisions for schools. A school impact fee in the amount of$4,700 will be charged for each new dwelling unit at the time of building permit issuance. Effective Land Use/Orderly Development:The plat is laid out for single-family development as identified in the Comprehensive Plan.The maximum density permitted under the Comprehensive Plan is 5 dwelling units per acre.The developer is proposed a density of 2.81 units per acre. Safe Travel & Walking Conditions:The plat will connect to the community through the existing network of streets and sidewalks. Curb, gutter, and sidewalk shall be installed and constructed to current City standards and to the standards of the American's with Disabilities Act (ADA). Adequate Provision of Municipal Services: All lots within the plat will be provided with water, sewer, and other utilities. Provision of Housing for State Residents:This Preliminary Plat contains 18 residential building lots, providing an opportunity for the construction of 18 new dwelling units in Pasco. Adequate Air and Light: The maximum lot coverage limitations, building height restrictions, and building setbacks will assure that adequate movement of air and light is available to each lot. Proper Access &Travel: The plat will be developed to City standards to assure proper access is maintained to each lot. The proposed plat provides connections for lots 1-16 via the proposed cul-de-sac south to W Sylvester Street. Lots 17 and 18 will have public frontage and access via N Road 56.The preliminary plat was submitted to the Transit Authority for review (The discussion under "Safe Travel" above also applied to this section). Comprehensive Plan Policies & Maps: The Comprehensive Plan designates the plat site for Low Density Residential development; Low-Density Residential specifies residential development at a density of 2 to 5 dwelling units per acre. Surrounding Comprehensive Plan Land Use designations include Low Density Residential to the immediate north, south, east and west.The Court Street corridor, approximately 0.5 miles to the north contains Mixed Residential and Mixed Residential/Commercial land use designations. Policies of the Comprehensive Plan encourage the advancement of home ownership and suggest the City strive to maintain a variety of housing for residents.The developer is proposed 18 units at a density of 2.81 dwelling units per acre. The developer is utilized the shared frontage design for access to lots 1-6 available via Pasco Municipal Code 21.20.050(5) Ordinance 4444. This recent code amendment supports Comprehensive Plan Goal LU-3-B which encourages "infill and density development to protect open space and critical areas, and to accommodate population increases and provide support for more walkable neighborhoods." Other Findings: 1. The site is within the Pasco Urban Growth Boundary. 2. The State Growth Management Act requires urban growth and urban densities to occur within the Urban Growth Boundaries. 3. The site is relatively flat. 4. The site is currently vacant. 5. The site is not considered a critical area, a mineral resource area or a wetland. 6. The site's Comprehensive Plan designation is for Low Density Residential development; Low-density Residential specifies Residential development at a density of 2 to 5 dwelling units per acre. 7. The site is zoned R-S-1 (Residential Suburban). 3 8. The proposed subdivision is in conformance with the zoning requirements of the site. 9. The minimum lot area in the R-S-1 zone is 10,000 square feet. 10. The developer is proposing 2.81 dwelling units per acre. 11. The Housing Element of the Comprehensive Plan encourages the advancement of programs that promote home ownership and development of a variety of residential densities and housing types. 12. The Transportation Element of the Comprehensive Plan encourages the interconnection of neighborhood streets to provide for the disbursement of traffic. 13. The interconnection of neighborhood streets is necessary for utility connections (looping) and the provision of emergency services. 14. Per the ITE Trip Generation Manual 9th Edition,the proposed subdivision,when fully developed,will generate approximately 172 vehicle trips per day. 15. The current park impact fee is$1,575 per dwelling unit. 16. RCW 58.17.110 requires the City to make a finding that adequate provisions have been made for schools before any preliminary plat is approved. 17. The City of Pasco has adopted a school impact fee ordinance compelling new housing developments to provide the School District with mitigation fees.The fee was effective April 16, 2012. 18. Past correspondence from the Pasco School District indicates impact fees address the requirement to ensure adequate provisions are made for schools. 19. Plat improvements within the City of Pasco are required to comply with the 2018 Standard Drawings and Specification as approved by the City Engineer.These improvements include but are not limited to water, sewer and irrigation lines, streets, street lights and storm water retention. The handicapped-accessible pedestrian ramps are completed with the street and curb improvements prior to final plat approval. Sidewalks are installed at the time permits are issued for new houses, except sidewalks along major streets,which are installed with the street improvements. 20. The assignment of water rights is a requirement for subdivision approval per Pasco Municipal Code Section 26.04.115(B) and Section 3.07.160. 21. The developer is responsible for all costs associated with construction, inspection, and plan review service expenses incurred by the City Engineering Office. 22. The City has nuisance regulations(PMC 9.60)that require property owners(including developers)to maintain their properties in a manner that does not injure, annoy, or endanger the comfort and repose of other property owners. This includes controlling dust, weeds and litter during times of construction for both subdivisions and buildings including houses. TENTATIVE CONCLUSIONS BASED ON INITIAL STAFF FINDINGS OF FACT Before recommending approval or denial of the proposed Plat the Hearing Examiner must develop findings of fact from which to draw its conclusion (P.M.C. 21.25.060)therefrom as to whether or not: (1) Adequate provisions are made for the public health, safety and general welfare and for open spaces, drainage ways, streets, alleys, other public ways, water supplies, sanitary wastes, parks, playgrounds, transit stops, schools and school grounds, sidewalks for safe walking conditions for students and other public needs; 4 The proposed plat will be required to develop under the standards of the Pasco Municipal Code and the standard specifications of the City Engineering Division. These standards for streets, sidewalks, and other infrastructure improvements were designed to ensure the public health, safety, and general welfare of the community. These standards include provisions for streets, drainage, water and sewer service and the provision for dedication of right-of-way. The preliminary plat was forwarded to the PUD, the Pasco School District, Cascade Gas,Charter Cable, Franklin County Irrigation District, and Ben-Franklin Transit Authority for review and comment. The proposed plat specifies the connection to existing water and sewer utilities on W Street Sylvester (sanitary sewer; water) and N Road 56 (water)thus reducing concerns for the looping of utilities. Based on the School District's Capital Facilities Plan the City collects school mitigation fees for each new dwelling unit. The fee is paid at the time of building permit issuance. The school impact fee addresses the requirements of RCW 58.17.110.All new developments participate in establishing parks through the payment of park fees at the time of permitting. (2) The proposed subdivision contributes to the orderly development and land use patterns in the area; The proposed plat is an infill development. It is designed to make the most efficient use of a vacant parcel of land per the designated zoning. (3) The proposed subdivision conforms to the policies, maps, and narrative text of the Comprehensive Plan; The Comprehensive Plan land use map designates the site for Low Density Residential development and may be developed with modified factory-assembled homes and single-family dwelling units. Adjacent areas are have Comprehensive Plan Land Use designations of Low Density Residential. Low-density Residential specifies Residential development at a density of 2 to 5 dwelling units per acre. Policies of the Comprehensive Plan encourage the advancement of home ownership and suggest the City strive to maintain a variety of housing for residents. The plat indicates a density of 2.81 dwelling units per acre, which meets the density range established by the Comprehensive Plan.The plat utilizes the shared frontage design permitted via Pasco Municipal Code (PMC) 21.20.050(5)for"Lots without Public Street Frontage"approved by City Council as Ordinance 4444 in support of Comprehensive Plan Goal LU-3-13 which is to encourage "infill and density development to protect open space and critical areas and to accommodate population increases." The Housing Element of the Plan encourages the promotion of a variety of residential densities and suggests the community should support the advancement of programs encouraging home ownership.The Plan also encourages the interconnection of local streets for inter-neighborhood travel for public safety as well as providing for traffic disbursement. (4) The proposed subdivision conforms to the general purposes of any applicable policies or plans which have been adopted by the City Council; Development plans and policies have been adopted by the City Council in the form of the Comprehensive Plan. The proposed subdivision utilizes the shared street frontages design (Ordinance 4444). The Pasco Municipal Code 21.20.060(a) states: "Allowed in residential zones where construction of a public street would prevent the achievement of the minimum residential density of the underlying zone designation" and PMC 21.20.060(b) "permitted only where, due to geometric, topographic, or other physical features in proportion to the size of the development, it would be impractical to extend or build a publically dedicated street" Additionally, PMC 21.20.060(2) refers to the city preferred standard for lot configuration requiring every lot to abut on a public street (PMC 21.20.050(a)). 5 The proposed subdivision may deter from the efficient movement of people including access via the proposed cul-de-sac. Under Transportation Goal TR-1-G, the policy states the "development of an interconnected network of streets,trails and other public ways while preserving neighborhood identity." (5) The proposed subdivision conforms to the general purposes of the subdivision regulations. The general purposes of the subdivision regulations have been enumerated and discussed in the staff analysis and Findings of Fact.The Findings of Fact indicate the subdivision is in conformance with the general purposes of the subdivision regulations provided certain mitigation measures (i.e., school impact fees are paid). The applicant submitted an additional four preliminary plat layouts demonstrating the use of public roads (per city requirement) and the impacts on total lots and use of land.The total lots decreased from 18 in the original preliminary plat to 14 to 15. The decrease in lots were due to the extension of the proposed cul-de-sac connecting east to N Road 56.The extension to N Road 56 would provide all lots access to W Sylvester and N Road 56. The preliminary plat (attached) provides lots#17 and#18 with public frontage and access to N Road 56. Traffic counts conducted on W Sylvester east of the proposed site indicate that there was a 34%decrease in the average daily vehicles travelling from 2016—2018. W Sylvester is forecasted to remain below the 70%volume to capacity ratio in the City's 2038 transportation modeling effort. The preliminary plat as proposed and submitted would not be cause for traffic concerns in the future. (6) The public use and interest will be served by approval of the proposed subdivision. The proposed plat, if approved, will be developed in accordance with all City standards designed to ensure the health, safety and general welfare of the community are met. The Comprehensive Plan will be implemented through development of this plat. These factors will ensure the public use and interest are served. During the SEPA comment process, the Washington State Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation (DAHP) recommended a professional archaeology survey due to the proximity to the Columbia River and the high potential for archaeology resources.The recommended survey is to be conducted prior to the plat construction and with consultation with applicable Tribe's. (See Exhibit#1) The public notice of this hearing was posted to the City's website on 01/03/2020. The notice to the Tri-City Herald for property owners within 300 feet of the property was sent prior to the date of the hearing on 01/08/2020; written comments will be accepted at the Community Development Department until 5pm, January 15, 2020. TENTATIVE PLAT APPROVAL CONDITIONS 1) All improvements shall be in accordance to the Pasco Municipal Code. The Pasco Municipal Code adopts the most recent versions of the City of Pasco Standard Specifications, the Washington State Department of Transportation Standard Specifications for Road, Bridges, and Municipal Construction, the International Building Code, and the International Fire Code. If there are any conflicting regulations in any of these documents,the more stringent regulation shall apply. 2) The face of the plat shall include this statement: "As a condition of approval of this preliminary plat the owner waives the right to protest the formation of a Local Improvement District for sewer/water/road/sidewalk improvements to the full extent as permitted by RCW 35.43.182. 3) Any existing water rights associated with the subject property shall be transferred to the City as a condition of approval. If no water rights are available then the property owner, in accordance with PMC 21.05.120, shall pay to the City, in lieu thereof, a water rights acquisition fee as established in the City Fee Summary Ordinance as identified in PMC 3.35. 6 4) Only City maintained utilities are allowed in the public right of way. Any existing non-city owned utilities located in the right of way must be relocated to a utility easement outside of the right of way at the developer's expense. Overhead utilities shall be placed underground. 5) It shall be the responsibility of the property owner/developer to contact all utility owners to determine their system improvement requirements. Prior to subdivision construction plan submittal and/or review the property owner/developer shall provide to the City of Pasco a written letter of support/approval of the proposed development from all outside utilities, public and private. 6) Name of the proposed public road shall conform to the requirement of PMC 21.15.010(4) 7) Professional archaeology survey must be conducted per the recommendation of the Washington State Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation. RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends approval of the Preliminary Plat with conditions as per above. 7 H OEL ' S ADDITION PRELIMINA PL A PORTION OF THE SW 1 /4 OF THE NE 1 /4 OF SEC , 27, TWN , 09 N . , RGE . 29 E . W. M . o a PASCO WASHINGTON ~ �- C o I Q oQ Q z 00o 1 SP 2016-22 >_ CONNECTION TO J U ,- EXISTING WATER ; i J / PARCEL: 119631037 PARCEL: 119631036 PARCEL: 119631035 PARCEL: 119631034 PROJECT INFO w N89' " Lu _ No"ZI, MAP O151.0 125.0 637.72 161.5 666.. w-_ _w. .- 133_Z_. _- ._. _ _i,, k. - NTSIL SITE INFORMATION . . .... ..... ....... - %k ai PARCEL: 119631090 -- - - - - -- _.. W ARGENT RD --I 20.0' ` /// / I I ( I SITE ADDRESS: 804 ROAD 56, PASCO, WA 99301 _. PARCEL AREA. 6.44 A (280,590 ) '�J� f 16 / / 11,886 SF - y6� / x W WERNETT RD o- I r, c / ( I 5 � 6 13,342 S� - / 10.0' \ i PRIVATE 3 o OWNER/APPLICANT: 18,153 SF 15,544 SF / i`-' \ Q SEWER ESM _ oLo n 1S 133.7' c �� I .. r� � \ / 16,361 SF " o STORY FAMILY FIVE, LLC C W COURT ST PO BOX 2289 G T- �- - - -' �- - � -- - - � 7 �� / / 20.0' �, � � � � � RICHLAND WA 99352-0100 J 20.0' ��� '6 � /// UTIL ESMT - �' PH. 509.634.6062 iso T - - n W SYLVESTER ST CONTACT: TODD STORY Lo� RY AT 151.0... ...... 94.1 20.0' COIU r. ACCESS AND \ �� ! ` I X MBlq RIVER UTIL ESMT \ 140'1 100' PROTECTIVE I 'i 20.0' �i- \\ s� T- WELL RADIUS 10.0' g 60' SITE EX UTIL ESMT - 3 CIVIL ENGINEER LL a \ / SP 2012-07 EX ROW__ 361 18 I i AQTERA ENGINEERING 13892 SF I 10,357 SF y_ �_ zz,os6 SF f I \ j , LEGAL DESCRIPTION: 2705 sr ANDREWS Looe, SUITE c -356- - -._ - V / 14 X WELL ESMT �5 PASCO, WA 99301 „ A _� LOT 2, CITY OF PASCO SHORT PLAT 2012-07, RECORDED IN �•_ \� V / 12,661 SF 's AFN# 1782664 trrrarrn \ / 1 ! VOLUME 1 OF SHORT PLATS ON PAGE 882, UNDER AUDITOR'S FILE PH. 509.845.0208 J ��EX HOUSE IIt------ NUMBER 1782664 RECORDS OF FRANKLIN COUNTY, WASHINGTON. CONTACT W N '~ .,, _ .� . CALEB STROMSTAD, PE _ 0 151.0 131 0 o ! N88`59' 253 ' S � I / 20.0' KEY EX WELL HOUSE �r' NOTES - ACCESS AND „_ " - -_. _. x � �, �; �' SURVEYOR 358 UTIL ESMT -iso, - _ ..I_, D - - \ EX SHED t 60 0' 10.0' ;, I r ; 1.' LE TURNAROUND PER APPENDIX o I E-- so' os' 42"E \98 �4 �ti� (FIREGAPPARATUS ACCESS ROADS) OF THE2015AHBL, INC o ROW UTIL ESMT 47.32 bit t i Ifl N89. 35 567 E INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE. �I 1 I1I�4I� 5804 ROAD 90, SUITE H 13,892'SF J� 12,052 SF s--�� PROPOSED STREET PER CITY STANDARD DETAIL ST-2A o \ \ ' PASCO, WA 99301 9' \ o iO �- .__, ,,,.. _ _-- -- LOCAL ACCESS STREET. g -a 20.0' I- �' y5 v 13 v v - cc °o° X51 \ 11J65 SF \ E r LOT 18 SEWER CONNECTION PROVIDED VIA EASEMENT PH. 509.380.5883 a z I r I .._ __ _.... _ r i ACROSS L 7. CONTACT. JOHN BECKER, PLS F f � � a _ ~' ` ON FACILITIES PROPOSED FOR _ 4 UNDERGROUND INFILTRATION a of 151.0 131.0 rrj . _ _ - ! DRAINAGE MANAGEMENT. - 35s �� 1 BASIS OF BEARING o EMERGENCY VEHICLE �� �rrrrrr ( j �' \ ( ) � 1 PARCEL AREA �? 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Comment Period Deadlines: Plat application: January 8, 2020 SEPA: December 13,2019 Proposal:Story Family Five, LLC has submitted an application for approval of an 18-lot single-family residential subdivision on 6.4 acres located at 804 Road 56 (Parcel #119-631-090) in Pasco, Washington (MF# PP2019-006). The proposal is subject to regulations contained in the Pasco Municipal Code. Public Comment Period: Written comments submitted to the Community Development Department by 5:00 p.m.on January 8,2020 will be included in the Hearing Examiner's meeting packet.You may also submit comments at the Hearing Examiner meeting advertised below. If you have questions on the proposal, contact the Planning Division at (509) 545-3441 or via e-mail to: bourcierd@pasco- wa.gov Open Record Hearing: The Hearing Examiner will conduct an open record hearing at 6:00 p.m. on January 8, 2020 in the Council Chambers in Pasco City Hall at 525 N 3rd Avenue in Pasco,Washington.The Hearing Examiner will consider public testimony concerning the above application at this meeting. Determination of Completeness: The application has been declared complete for the purpose of processing. Environmental Documents and/or Studies Applicable to this Application: Environmental Determination No.SEPA2019-060 has been assigned to this proposal. The SEPA comment period will end December 13, 2019. It is probable that a Determination of Non- Significance or Mitigated Determination of Non-Significance will be issued for this proposal (WAC 197.11.355 optional DNS process). This may be the only opportunity to comment on the environmental impacts of this proposal or to appeal any State Environmental Policy Act related decisions. Project Permits Associated with this Proposal: Right-of-way and grading permits will be required for infrastructure improvements. Preliminary Determination of Regulations Used for Project Mitigation: Titles 12 (Streets and Sidewalks), 16 (Buildings and Construction),21(Urban Area Subdivision Regulations),25(Zoning),regulations of the Pasco Municipal Code,and the land use policies contained in the Pasco Comprehensive Plan. Estimated Date of the Decision:The Hearing Examiner is estimated to make a decision within ten (10)days of the public hearing. To Receive Notification of the Environmental Determination:Contactthe Pasco Planning Division atthe address ortelephone number below. Prepared 11/27/19 by: Darcy Bourcier, Planner I, PO Box 293 Pasco,WA 99301(509)545-3441 The City of Pasco welcomes full participation in public meetings by all citizens. No qualified individual with a disability shall be excluded or denied the benefit of participating in such meetings. If you wish to use auxiliary aids or require assistance to comment at this public meeting, please contact the Community Development Department at(509)545-3441 or TDD(509)585-4425 at least ten days prior to the date of the meeting to make arrangements for special needs. EXHIBIT#1 dahp Allyson Brooks Ph.D.,Director State Historic Preservation Officer December 2, 2019 Darcy Bourcier Planner I Dept. of Community & Economic Development City of Pasco 525 N. 3rd Avenue Pasco, WA 99301 In future correspondence please refer to: Project Tracking Code: 2019-12-09032 Property: City of Pasco_Story Property Joel's Addition Subdivision Re: Survey Requested Dear Darcy Bourcier: Thank you for contacting the Washington State Historic Preservation Officer (SHPO) and Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation (DAHP) and providing documentation regarding the above referenced project. A desktop review of our Statewide Predictive Model has identified the proposed project area as having high potential for archaeological resources. This is due, in part, to the proposed project area's proximity to the Columbia River, an important resource for both historic and prehistoric people. There are also multiple previously recorded archaeological sites adjacent to the proposed project area. Furthermore, an historic trail runs just south of the proposed project area, which may indicate the presence of additional cultural resources. Finally, the scale of the proposed ground disturbing actions would destroy any archaeological resources present. Identification during construction is not a recommended detection method because inadvertent discoveries often result in costly construction delays and damage to the resource. Therefore, we recommend a professional archaeological survey of the project area be conducted prior to ground disturbing activities. We also recommend consultation with the concerned Tribes' cultural committees and staff regarding cultural resource issues. These comments are based on the information available at the time of this review and on behalf of the SHPO in conformance with Washington State law. Should additional information become available, our assessment may be revised. Thank you for the opportunity to comment on this project and we look forward to receiving the survey report. Please ensure that the DAHP Project Number (a.k.a. Project Tracking Code) is shared with any hired cultural resource consultants and is attached to any communications or submitted reports. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. STA1`E o State of Washington • Department of Archaeology& Historic Preservation P.O. Box 48343 • Olympia, Washington 98504-8343 • (360) 586-3065 Q _ www.dahp.wa.gov ws y�z �&z ssv ao Sincerely, Sydney Hanson Transportation Archaeologist (360) 586-3082 Sydney.Hanson@dahp.wa.gov STATE o State of Washington • Department of Archaeology& Historic Preservation P.O. Box 48343 • Olympia, Washington 98504-8343 • (360) 586-3065 Q _ www.dahp.wa.gov ws y�z �&z ssv ao L l t)-f Pasco PUBLIC HEARING City Hall—525 North Third Avenue—Council Chambers DATE: WEDNESDAY,January 8, 2020 6:00 PM MASTER FILE#: Z 2019-013 APPLICANT: Dana Henne 4620 West Octave Street Pasco WA 99301 REQUEST: REZONE: Rezone a parcel on 1405 ROAD 38 from C-1 (Retail Business)to R-S-12 (Suburban). BACKGROUND 1. PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: Leal:The North 83' of the South 423.88' of the Northeast%of the Northeast%of the Northeast of Section 26,Township 9 North Range 29 East (Parcel # 119 491051). General Location: 1405 ROAD 38, Pasco WA 99301. Property Size: Approximately 0.3 Acres (12,699.00 Square feet). 2. ACCESS: The parcel has access from ROAD 38. 3. UTILITIES:Water and sewer service are both available from Road 38. 4. LAND USE AND ZONING: The lot is zoned R-2 (Medium Density Residential) and is vacant. Surrounding properties are zoned and developed as follows: NORTH: C-1 Duplex EAST: C-1 Commercial SOUTH: R-S-12 SFDUs WEST: C-1 Commercial 5. Comprehensive Plan: The Comprehensive Plan Land Use designation for the property is Commercial. Under the current Comprehensive Plan "Commercial" land use designation the property may be zoned "0," BP, C-1, C-2, C-3, or CR. The Commercial designation is described as including "Neighborhood, community and regional shopping and specialty centers, business parks, service and office uses." Comprehensive Plan Land Use goals and policies include the following: Goal LU-1: Take deliberate, consistent, and continuous actions to improve the community's quality of life and achieve the vision. Policy LU-1-C: Encourage cluster commercial development and discourage strip commercial development. Goal Lu-4: Encourage high quality community and regional shopping facilities and commercial and industrial development. 1 Policy LU-4-A: Locate commercial facilities at major street intersections to avoid commercial sprawl and avoid disruptions of residential neighborhoods, and leverage major infrastructure availability. Policy LU-4-B: Plan for major commercial centers which promote functional and economical marketing and operations and produce sustainable clusters of shopping and services. Similarly, Comprehensive Plan Economic Development goals and policies include the following: Goal Ed-2: assure appropriate location and design of commercial and industrial facilities. The adjacent land use designation is Low-Density Residential. Under the current Comprehensive Plan Land Use designations of Low-Density Residential the property may be zoned R-S-20, R-S-12, R-S-1, R-1, or R-1-A. The Low-Density Residential designation includes "Residential development at a density of 2 to 5 dwelling units per acre." Policy H-1-E encourages the advancement of home ownership. Goal LU-2 encourages the maintenance of established neighborhoods and the creation of new neighborhoods that are safe and enjoyable places to live. 6. ENVIRONMENTAL DETERMINATION: The City of Pasco is the lead agency for this project. Based on the SEPA checklist, the adopted City Comprehensive Plan, City development regulations, and other information, a threshold determination resulting in a Determination of Non-Significance (DNS) was issued for this project on December 12, 2019 under WAC 197-11-158. ANALYSIS Request Applicant is seeking to rezone the parcel located at 1405 ROAD 38 from C-1 (Retail Business) to R-S-12 (Suburban). Property Details The lot is approximately 0.3 Acres (12,699.00 Square feet), and contains one single-family dwelling unit built in 1930.Surrounding properties to the north,east,and west are zoned C-1;the property to the south is zoned R-S-12. The site was annexed into the City in 1985 (referred to in City Council Minutes as the "Kidwell Annexation;" Ordinance 2535), and the site was assigned C-1 zoning (ordinance 2540) in conjunction with that annexation. The Zoning Determination created a legal nonconforming use in Applicant's property and the duplex adjacent to the north. Pasco Municipal Code (PMC) 25.170.050(2) states: "No building damaged by fire or other causes to the extent of more than 50 percent of the assessed value of the structure as determined by the records of the Franklin County Assessor shall be repaired or rebuilt, except multifamily units previously authorized by building permit . . . ." The Comprehensive Plan designates the property "Commercial," which allows for "O," BP, C-1, C-2, C-3, or CR zoning. The Commercial designation is described as including "Neighborhood, community and regional shopping and specialty centers, business parks, service and office uses." However the south property line borders the Low-Density Land Use Designation. Under the current Comprehensive Plan Land Use designations of Low-Density Residential the property may be zoned R-S-20, R-S-12, R-S-1, R-1,or R-1- 2 A. The Low-Density Residential designation includes "Residential development at a density of 2 to 5 dwelling units per acre." Also according to PMC 25.85.040 a building in a C-1 zoning district originally constructed for residential purposes "may be utilized as a dwelling unit without a special permit; provided the structure does not have to be reconstructed, altered or converted from an office/commercial use such that the cost of the alteration exceeds 25 percent of the assessed value of the structure at the time of the alteration." The structure has been used as a single-family dwelling unit since its construction in 1930. History In October of 2019 Applicant was in process of selling her home when she discovered that her residential property was zoned C-1. Her sale fell through because banks are unwilling to loan against the home, due to the provisions of PMC) 25.170.050(2) noted above. Rezoning the property to RS-12 (Suburban) would bring the existing residential unit into compliance with the zoning code, and would thus allow potential buyers to secure a loan from lending institutions. Rezone Criteria The initial review criteria for considering a rezone application are explained in PMC.25.88.030.The criteria are listed below as follows: 1. The date the existing zone became effective: The site was annexed into the City in 1985(referred to in City Council Minutes as the "Kidwell Annexation;" Ordinance 2535), and zoning was assigned as part of that annexation(ordinance 2540);the current zoning classification has been in place since its annexation. 2. The changed conditions, which are alleged to warrant other or additional zoning: Applicant has attempted to sell the property; lending institutions will not loan against it due to Pasco Municipal Code(PMC)25.170.050(2) which states that no building damaged by fire or other causes to the extent of more than 50 percent of the assessed value of the structure as determined by the records of the Franklin County Assessor shall be repaired or rebuilt. . . ." As well, the City is revising its Urban Growth Area (UGA) as part of the Comprehensive Plan Update. The UGA update will likely be smaller than current projections for low-density residential growth as developed in the past would allow,as such, residential lots are needed within the current UGA. 3. Facts to justify the change on the basis of advancing the public health,safety and general welfare: The Comprehensive Plan designates the property"Commercial,"which allows for"O,"BP, C-1, C-2, C-3, or CR zoning. The Commercial designation is described as including "Neighborhood, community and regional shopping and specialty centers, business parks, service and office uses."However the south property line borders the Low-Density Land Use Designation. Under the current Comprehensive Plan Land Use designations of Low-Density Residential the property may be zoned R-S-20, R-S-12, R-S-1, R-1, or R-1-A. The Low-Density Residential designation includes "Residential development at a density of 2 to 5 dwelling units per acre." 4. The effect it will have on the value and character of the adjacent property and the Comprehensive Plan: 3 The general character of the neighborhood is commercial to the east and west and residential to the north and south. The site has been developed with a single-family dwelling unit since 1930. As such, the use would not change from what had been on-site for nearly 90 years. It would also continue to align with residential uses on either side along Road 40. 5. The effect on the property owner or owners if the request is not granted: If the property is not rezoned to R-S-12 the Applicant will not be able to sell the property through local lending institutions and would be limited to cash buyers only. STAFF FINDINGS OF FACT Findings of fact must be entered from the record. The following are initial findings drawn from the background and analysis section of the staff report.The hearing Examiner may add additional findings to this listing as the result of factual testimony and evidence submitted during the open record hearing. 1. Public notice of this hearing was sent to property owners within 300 feet of the property on December 20, 2019, and posted in the Tri-City Herald on November 15, 2019. 2. Applicants home sale fell through because banks were unwilling to loan against the home, 3. Banks will not lend on a house in a C-1 zoning district due to the provisions of Pasco Municipal Code (PMC) 25.170.050(2) 4. PMC 25.170.050(2) states: "No building damaged by fire or other causes to the extent of more than 50 percent of the assessed value of the structure as determined by the records of the Franklin County Assessor shall be repaired or rebuilt, except multifamily units previously authorized by building permit . . . ." 5. Applicant is seeking to rezone the parcel located at 1405 ROAD 38 from C-1 (Retail Business)to R-S-12 (Suburban). 6. The site contains 0.3 Acres (12,699.00 Square feet). 7. The site was annexed into the City in 1985 (Ordinance 2535 8. The site was assigned C-1 Zoning as part of the 1985 annexation (ordinance 2540). 9. The annexation hearing had been duly published in local newspaper, as required by law. 10. The annexation had been posted on three (3) places upon the property, as required by law. 11. According to the City Council Minutes of February 4, 1985 "There were no written communications." 12. Staff is not aware of the 1985 requirement to directly notify the owners/residents of an annexation area. 13. Applicant has stated that she has no recollection of the annexation/rezone 14. Applicant has stated that she has no recollection of any attempts to notify her of either the annexation or the zoning determination, 15. Applicant has stated that she purchased the land from Mr. Kidwell. 16. The site and surrounding properties are currently zoned C-1 to the north, East, and West; RS-12 to the south. 17. The site is developed with a single-family dwelling unit, 18. The SFDU on site was built in 1930. 19. The Comprehensive Plan designates the property"Commercial" 20. The Commercial designation allows for "0," BP, C-1, C-2, C-3, or CR zoning. 21. The Commercial designation is described as including "Neighborhood, community and regional shopping and specialty centers, business parks, service and office uses." 22. The south property line borders the Low-Density Land Use Designation. 4 23. Low-Density Residential allows for RS-20, RS-12, RS-1, R-1, or R-1-A zoning. 24. The Low-Density Residential designation includes "Residential development at a density of 2 to 5 dwelling units per acre." 25. The criteria for allocation under the future land use section of Volume II of the Comprehensive Plan (Vol. II, page 17) encourages development of lands designated for low-density residential uses a. when or where sewer is available; b. the location is suitable for home sites; and c. there is a market demand for new home sites. 26. The Commercial designation would put the existing residential unit into compliance with the zoning code. 27. The Commercial designation would allow buyers to secure a loan from lending institutions. TENTATIVE CONCLUSIONS BASED ON INITIAL STAFF FINDINGS OF FACT Before recommending approval or denial of a rezone,the hearing Examiner must develop findings of fact from which to draw its conclusions based upon the criteria listed in PMC 25.210.060. The criteria are as follows: 1. The proposal is in accordance with the goals and policies of the Comprehensive Plan. The proposal is not in accordance with the Comprehensive plan; The Comprehensive Plan designates the property"Commercial,"which allows for "O,"BP, C-1, C-2, C-3, or CR zoning. The Commercial designation is described as including "Neighborhood, community and regional shopping and specialty centers,business parks, service and office uses." However the south property line borders the Low-Density Land Use Designation. Under the current Comprehensive Plan Land Use designations of Low-Density Residential the property may be zoned R-S-20, R-S-12, R-S-1, R-1, or R-1-A. The Low-Density Residential designation includes "Residential development at a density of 2 to 5 dwelling units per acre." Demand for residential units exceeds that for commercial in the City. As well, uses to the north and south are both residential. 2. The effect of the proposal on the immediate vicinity will not be materially detrimental. The existing structure has been in place for nearly 90 years,and has not been a detriment to the area.the structure is flanked on both sides by residential uses. Rezoning the property to RS-12 would simply bring it into zoning conformance. 3. There is merit and value in the proposal for the community as a whole. The proposed rezone comprises one lot situated on the border of two Comprehensive Plan Land Use designations. As such, the zoning could go either way. 4. Conditions should be imposed in order to mitigate any significant adverse impacts from the proposal. The proposal is for an existing use, which is currently nonconforming; the rezone would bring it into conformity with the zoning ordinance of the City;as such, no special conditions would be required. 5. A Concomitant Agreement should be entered into between the City and the petitioner, and if so, the terms and conditions of such an agreement. A concomitant agreement would not be required in this circumstance. 5 RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends based on the Findings of Fact and Conclusions that The parcel described as the North 83' of the South 423.88' of the Northeast%of the Northeast%of the Northeast%of Section 26,Township 9 North Range 29 East (1405 ROAD 38; Parcel # 119 491 051), be rezoned from C-1 to RS-12. 6 P4�i4co Community Development Department PO Box 293,525 N 3rd Ave, Pasco,WA 99301 P: 509.545.3441/F: 509.545.3499 NOTICE OF APPLICATION/SEPA DETERMINATION Si necesita ayuda para entender este aviso o necesita mas informacion, por favor Ilame al Departamento de Desarrollo Comunitario y Economico de la Ciudad de Pasco a 509-545-3441. Comment Period Deadlines: Rezone application: January 8, 2020 SEPA: December 2,2019 Proposal: Dana Henne has submitted an application to rezone one parcel addressed 1405 Road 38 (Parcel #119-491-051) from C-1 (Retail Business)to RS-12 (Suburban) (MF#22019-013) in Pasco,Washington.The proposal is subject to regulations contained in the Pasco Municipal Code. Public Comment Period: Written comments submitted to the Community Development Department by 5:00 p.m.on January 8,2020 will be included in the Hearing Examiner's meeting packet.You may also submit comments at the Hearing Examiner meeting advertised below. If you have questions on the proposal, contact the Planning Division at (509) 545-3441 or via e-mail to: bourcierd@pasco- wa.gov Open Record Hearing: The Hearing Examiner will conduct an open record hearing at 6:00 p.m. on January 8, 2020 in the Council Chambers in Pasco City Hall at 525 N 3rd Avenue in Pasco,Washington.The Hearing Examiner will consider public testimony concerning the above application at this meeting. Determination of Completeness: The application has been declared complete for the purpose of processing. Environmental Documents and/or Studies Applicable to this Application: Environmental Determination No.SEPA2019-057 has been assigned to this proposal. The SEPA comment period ended December 2, 2019. A Determination of Non-Significance was issued for this proposal on December 10,2019(WAC 197.11.355 optional DNS process). Project Permits Associated with this Proposal: No permits are associated with this proposal. Preliminary Determination of Regulations Used for Project Mitigation: Title 25 (Zoning), regulations of the Pasco Municipal Code, and the land use policies contained in the Pasco Comprehensive Plan. Estimated Date of the Decision:The City Council is estimated to make a decision on the application on February 3,2020. To Receive Notification of the Environmental Determination:Contact the Pasco Planning Division at the address ortelephone number below. Modified 12/18/19 by:Jeffrey B.Adams,Associate Planner, PO Box 293 Pasco,WA 99301 (509)545-3441 The City of Pasco welcomes full participation in public meetings by all citizens. No qualified individual with a disability shall be excluded or denied the benefit of participating in such meetings. If you wish to use auxiliary aids or require assistance to comment at this public meeting, please contact the Community Development Department at(509)545-3441 or TDD(509)585-4425 at least ten days prior to the date of the meeting to make arrangements for special needs. Vicin Item: Rezone: C-I to RS-12 N Applicant: Map _ Z 2019-0131 — - qit�"if • `� �—�''F �i .�. � , •,y,. .Igo.. - �- - f- - - - - - - - - - Nil; _ • MW ass •w�i - - iw r • - _ Q w II Illlllil r a III,1 11 - M�C3L30O MnI�1 �4 t F- (� \E E !�4 e Cg I •� � "Os • all � - c„�. _. _ e� I 1 1 140 280 , 1 1�4 5611, Feet To _T a IA _jq__ 4A, pro -em-4y_ ,C� 3d qS C.,o Wo e ch 16 OA&__ 0 4 A7 q_kT_ �, LzIo o, k L4 co �� _ c, v_v ' ,ra ln�i t I ef 17 So�•_o. - — - wy ���l I_j�D la` Q'lV � TT��+ �Q� e ccs �- .t� i ,J v� 1 ,s 110 FAW i WOW ,1 I a ,ol �4YA.d',. f I I r, r 1 rte. AM ---- ! �✓ �a iJ�'1 �{ �tri Overview Item: Rezone: to RS-12 N Applicant: Da 2019-013 1 } =i t 1 r ff Y 4-. a,} , ■_ 05 - di :. 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'fir iy+ + f -'•�� �:�• GFS; $ "l::�` i .j� F Y F I 4 , I City REPORT TO THE HEARING EXAMINER wkmi" co City Hall—525 North Third Avenue—Council Chambers WEDNESDAY,January 8, 2020 6:00 PM MASTER FILE#: HE 2019-006 APPLICANT: Brent Smith Yesco, LLC 5000 E Seltice Way Post Falls, ID 83854 REQUEST: VARIANCE: To increase the maximum height from 35 feet to 50 feet for the construction of a pole sign BACKGROUND 1. PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: Legal: Lot 1 Short Plat 98-1 together with Columbia East 1 Lot 8 except the North 80 feet and the West 204.92 feet of the North 60 feet of the vacated Hillsboro Street (Ordinance 2638), except the North 80 feet for the road less the east 32 feet thereof. General Location: 2216 E Hillsboro Road (Parcel #113-280-282) Property Size: 129,226 square feet (2.9 Acres) 2. ACCESS: The property has access from E Hillsboro Road and N Commercial Avenue. 3. UTILITIES: Municipal water and sewer service are available to the property. 4. LAND USE AND ZONING: The site is zoned C-3 (General Business) and is used as a truck stop. Surrounding properties are zoned and developed as follows: NORTH: C-3 Restaurant EAST: C-3 Truck Wash SOUTH: C-3 SFDUs WEST: C-3 Warehouse ANALYSIS Yesco, LLC on behalf of Flying J, is requesting a height variance be granted for a proposed 50-foot tall freestanding pole sign located at 2216 E Hillsboro Road. The maximum pole sign height in the C-3 zoning district is 35 feet. 1 On October 18, 2019, the applicant applied for a permit to construct the 50-foot tall pole sign at the northwest corner of the property just inside the property lines.The proposed work consists of the pouring of a new foundation and the installation of a new pipe with a 180 square-foot cabinet. The permit was placed on "hold" by staff due the proposed height and its location within a utility easement.The applicant has since informed staff that locating the sign out of the easement will not be an issue, but argue that constructing the sign at the 35-foot maximum according to the zoning code will not allow the sign to be seen from US 395. The applicant also stated that a 50-foot tall pole sign had been previously located in this spot on the parcel, but was removed. Pasco's Sign Code has provisions for pole signs of up to 70 feet tall located on property with freeway frontage or within 250 feet of a freeway. Per 17.10.010, "Sign— freeway means a freestanding sign located on the premises where the business, product or service is located, with said sign being within 250 feet of 1-182, SR- 395 or SR-12." However, the proposed sign in question would be approximately 490 feet from US 395 and the property does not front this freeway. The applicant claims that business for the property will be affected if travelers on US 395 do not have immediate visibility of the sign. Further, many businesses in the vicinity have existing pole signs of 50 feet in height. It has been determined that the signs to which the applicant is referring were permitted and constructed before the City enacted a new Sign Code in 2006. The Sign Code provides the opportunity for applicants to pursue variances. PMC 17.45.010(1) states, "Recognizing that there are certain cases that may, or may not, be detrimental to aesthetic character, public health,safety and general welfare,and the effectiveness of visual communication in the City,depending upon the facts of each particular case, a limited power to issue variance permits and to interpret any section of the title is vested with the Hearing Examiner. Thus,the Hearing Examiner may approve a variance from the requirements of the Sign Code if the applicant demonstrates that: a) Strict application of the code requirements would deny the applicant a reasonable opportunity to communicate by sign in a manner similar to like persons or uses because of an unusual or unique circumstance relating to the property or the proposal, such as site or building location, building design, physical features of the property, or other circumstance not created by the applicant; b) The sign which would result from the variance will not affect the surrounding neighborhood or other property affected by the request in a manner materially inconsistent with the purposes of this sign code; and c) The degree of the variance is limited to that reasonably necessary to alleviate the problem created by the unique or unusual circumstances identified in subsection (1) of this section. Utilizing Google's Street View, staff found that the previous pole sign is still visible from the freeway in the capture; however, even at 50 feet tall, the previous pole sign is very difficult to see because of tall buildings and parked 18-wheelers. It is arguable that travelers on the freeway at that time would not have been immediately able to see the sign because of its distance from the freeway. Thus, it is true that the strict application of the code would result in very limited visibility of the sign from the freeway, but it may also be true that there is too great a distance between US 395 and the site to warrant a variance based on the above. A 50-foot tall sign is more visible than a 35-foot tall sign, but it cannot be proven that maintaining the standard will disadvantage the owner's business, especially if it cannot be proven that travelers were able to see the previous sign from the freeway.There is little else unusual or unique regarding the subject property. The granting of a variance would not likely be materially inconsistent with the surrounding neighborhood, as there are several existing 50-foot signs in the vicinity, namely a Subway sign and Burger King sign. However, should these signs ever be removed and replaced with signs which conform to the Sign Code, the proposed 2 Flying J sign will be fairly conspicuous. Further, because the subject property is not particularly unique, the degree to which this problem should be alleviated is not evident. STAFF FINDINGS OF FACT 1. The property is located at 2216 E Hillsboro Road (Parcel #113-280-282). 2. Property is in a C-3 (General Business) zoning district. 3. The applicant is requesting a variance to construct a 50-foot tall freestanding pole sign. The maximum pole sign height in C-3 zones is 35 feet. 4. The applicant applied for a building permit on October 18, 2019. The permit was placed on "hold" because the proposed pole sign was located in an easement and the height of the sign exceeded 35 feet. 5. The proposed work consists of the pouring of a new foundation and the installation of a new pipe with a 180 square-foot cabinet for the Flying J truck stop. 6. A 50-foot tall pole sign had been previously located in the exact location and has since been removed. 7. The applicant claims that a 35-foot tall sign will not be visible from US 395. 8. A freeway sign, as defined by the Sign Code, can be up to 70 feet tall provided the sign is within 250 feet of a freeway and the property on which it is located has freeway frontage. 9. The subject property does not have freeway frontage and the proposed sign is approximately 490 feet from US 395. 10. Various businesses in the vicinity have existing 50-foot freestanding pole signs which are nonconforming based on their distance from the freeway. These signs were permitted before the City enacted the new Sign Code in 2006. 11. There is little unique regarding the subject property, with the minor exception of its proximity to US 395. CONCLUSIONS Prior to approval of a variance the Municipal code requires three determinations in the affirmative: 1. Because of special circumstances applicable to the property, the strict application of the zoning ordinance would deprive the property of rights and privileges enjoyed by other similar properties in the vicinity; a. Staff opines that the applicant is "deprived of rights and privileges enjoyed by other properties in the vicinity" because the property is smaller than nearly all surrounding properties, and the property has a double City street frontage. b. The house was built in 1940 outside existing zoning regulations. 2. That the granting of the variance will not be materially detrimental to the public welfare or injurious to the property or improvements in the vicinity and zone in which the subject property is situated. a. Staff does not believe that the granting of a variance would be materially detrimental to the public welfare or injurious to the property or improvements in the vicinity and zone in which the subject property is situated, as porch covers would not encroach on any public rights-of-way. 3 3. The special circumstances applicable to the subject property were not created through the action(s)of the applicant or any predecessor in interest. a. The applicant created the special circumstance via unpermitted construction activity; b. The proposed structures are apparently larger than the previous structures, constituting an extension of same; and c. Applicant did not furnish Staff with existing structure dimensions for review prior to demolition; d. The proposed structures are qualitatively different than the former(see Sit Photos). EXHIBIT LIST Vicinity Map Site Photos Applicant's Appeal Packet 4 Vicinit Variance: Increase Max Pole Sign Height " Y Applicant: Yesco, LLC W+E Map File #: HE2019-006 S K r, � loop e _ s ��-- E oibtmw St �+p r_ " SITE � - .�•�:, r���L � �. O �. D n _ , o G � G �D � r- - x 115 230 460 Fee • C .y�of'Pasco, IS Divisi n Looking North Now,, � T- - _ IE } Looking East i f -. - now - --MEMEt - � - t 4i. JIM MINE IN am r_ -- "mss i , s rs g�� - - - c � it �� rd o a-O; yt a 1.1101w p West Looking �� ■ri a I,�W i ' f - RI J, IPI 1-0 i OEM5 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT Fee:$750 PO Box 293, 525 N 3`d Ave, Pasco, WA 99301 1. P: 509.545.3441 /F: 509.545.3499 CITY OF PASCO HEARING EXAMINER REVIEW APPLICATION Master File # riC 5-0 00(9 Date Submitted: —11 /i/3ZO The undersigned hereby applies for review by the Hearing Examiner. Applicant Info Owner Info (if different than applicant) Name: Name: Address: Address: !;Z� L=. ! 6-77c& Pos► usgaw t'ZQ- P�tsc.� Gfi`• Phone: Phone: "- S3q- 1.g-0 ,z Email: t� Email: r�S�l►1 c �G� ® �co, c.oa-• � ke�,�c..� � �j ro4►��r.� e�x,� c� Project Address: ZfG (-�c t3^p (hsc, &)A• Project Parcel Number: 13 2 F-0 Z�Z Current Zoning: L' ' 3 Present Land Use: 771.1,c� S fzl° Give a detailed description of the proposed use that requires a variance: AJC 6 Pbut 5(6AI W 1f74- AAZJ NKUT!C &^144CV C-P-r-lc/c-i^ $Oe-C Ste( Special circumstances applicable to the property:_"5627-s 03 t (:?�C77 !'e°k'.- nffk- 5",ew ,00a, Orb r,.K'/'Fs- r-Fwe cats-),A, 66 ' /9ac 4 Updated August 2018 How does the strict interpretation of the zoning ordinance deprive the applicant of rights and privileges enjoyed by other properties in the vicinity under an identical zoning classification?� 3 U V Cq A,( I GTT T 2 C—S''J►2 IC T>dM-( l x 1 S r 3�S Staff decision which is being appealed: 3 --rr ,7c .•.r,- i NOTE: Provide a variance report giving a list and mailing address of owners of all property within 300 feet of the applicant's property, as shown by a local title company OR payment of $50.00 which shall be utilized by the City to obtain a current list of property owners of all properties within 300 feet of the applicant's property. Fee for Hearing Examiner - $700.00 Radius Notification - 50.00 $750.00 Signature of Applicant *Notarized Signature of Prrjperty ner State of Washington } ss. County of Franklin } On this day of_ 0V e�,t)CA before me the undersigned, a Notary Public in and fi, the Startle 'of^ Washington, duly commissioned an sworn, personally appeared _/]OrW& �7 -t-�rn�n�lGtK��1 being duly sworn on his/her oath that he/she has prepared and read the foregoing statements and has acknowledged to me that the recitations contained therein are true, and has signed this instrument as his/her free and voluntary act and deed for the purposes therein mentioned. SUBSCRIBED ANI�,5IA QM, to before me this day of /71,-)V o1y/�j %%%%%3V01E L WO"0,�i • • • - roMM rr� s _ Nota/y Public in an for the to of Washington �•�t1 s` Residing at V��••...•'•tea`.��. My Commission expires ,04�/�,�Vr�tgH1jmG1 ,��� Policy No.: A60-353039 Order No.: F-14310 SCHEDULE "A-V PARCEL A: 8, COLUMBIA EAST NO. 1, according to the plat thereof recorded in Volume "D" of Plats, page 44, records of Franklin County, Washington; TOGETHER WITH that portion of vacated Hillsboro Street pursuant to Ordinance No. 2638 of the City of Pasco; TOGETHER WITH that portion of the North 20 feet of the South 40 feet of the vacated eighty foot Hillsboro Street right of way adjacent to the South line of Lot 8 and the North line of Lot 7 of said Plat, as conveyed in deed recorded December 9, 1988 under Auditor's File No.461816. EXCEPTING THEREFROM said Lot 8 that portion granted, given and conveyed to the City of Pasco for public right of way being the North 80 feet of said Lot 8 by instrument recorded April 27, 1979 under Auditor's File No. 391117, and EXCEPT the East 32 feet of said lot 8, and EXCEPT the North 60 feet of the East 32 feet of vacated Hillsboro Street. PARCEL B: Lot 1, SHORT PLAT NO. 98-1, according to the survey thereof recorded under Auditor's File No. 550185, records of Franklin County, Washington. V11 1 V1' U 1�3�- zu.00 �r.�t 20.09 LE GAJ. I 3 Ot't8'16: 772.52 64.78 32.41 p r 4 14.2 '15' 832.52 65.04 32.54 V�C�NI Y MAP THE SOUTH 36 NOT TCI SCALE SOUTHEAST OL COUNTY, 4ASN OF PASCO, FO 1-162 N0. `x91117; 1 O� OF THE EAST 7L eco SR_I\ UNDER AUD1TOI C y TOGETHER WID RECORDED IN C 1/4 NOT FOUND - VACATED HILL'- COMPUTED ILL COMPUTED FROM (DEED)' U.S.B.R. RETRACEMENT MAP (DEED) N 89'20'26" W 2625.34'-(C)- 17 628.34'�C� 17 H I LLS B O R O ST. NB9`20'26"W 897,01' FND. BRASS CA P — -� 30 - - o - - - - - - 7�"k Qjr. 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PER U.S.B.R. TOPOGRAPHY AND h.ETRACEMENT MAP. THE EAST-WEST Q P P R 0 V E CENTERLINE OF SEC. 17 WAS COMPUTED FROM THE SECTION BREAKDOWN PER I; 1 1 SAID U.S.B.R. DATA THE UTILITY EAS 2. o = SET 5/8' REBAR WITH YELLOW CAP STAMPED "RSI-GBW 30440.' roe. n ,•. .-._� 1 for your information. it is not 1 provided, without charge, arty but not limited 111is sketch 1s p including, \\ \\G \1 Intended to show all matters related to the prop location of boundaries. It to area, dimensions , easements , encroachments , olicy to which it is 1 1 1 1 is not a part of , not, does it modify, Lhe comma anent or p asst NO LIABILITY for any matter related to this 1 1 \ attached. The Company for further information. 11 11 1\ sketch. Reference should be made to an accurate survey JOB NAME BROADWAY TRUCK DATE 9/1 /1 _ev JONES YESCO Engineering 1605 S.Gramercy Rd.Sall Lake City,LIT 84104 LOCATION 2200 E HILLSBURO ST. 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POUR AGAINST UNDISTURBED NATIVE SOILS. 6., P4�i � � Community Development Department PO Box 293,525 N 3`d Ave, Pasco,WA 99301 P:509.545.3441/F: 509.545.3499 NOTICE OF APPLICATION -VARIANCE Si necesita ayuda para entender este aviso o necesita mas informacion, por favor Ilame al Departamento de Desarrollo Comunitario y Economico de la Ciudad de Pasco a 509-545-3441. Proposal: Yesco, LLC has submitted a Hearing Examiner application requesting a height variance be granted for a proposed 50-foot tall freestanding pole sign located at 2216 E Hillsboro Road (Parcel #113-280-282) (MF# HE2019-006) in Pasco, Washington. The proposal is subject to regulations contained in the Pasco Municipal Code. Public Comment Period: Written comments submitted to the Community Development Department by 5:00 p.m.on January 8,2020 will be included in the Hearing Examiner's meeting packet.You may also submit comments at the Hearing Examiner meeting advertised below. If you have questions on the proposal, contact the Planning Division at (509) 545-3441 or via e-mail to: bourcierd@pasco- wa.gov Open Record Hearing: The Hearing Examiner will conduct an open record hearing at 6:00 p.m. on January 8, 2020 in the Council Chambers in Pasco City Hall at 525 N 3rd Avenue in Pasco,Washington.The Hearing Examiner will consider public testimony concerning the above application at this meeting. Determination of Completeness: The application has been declared complete for the purpose of processing. Project Permits Associated with this Proposal: A building permit is associated with this proposal.The building permit will be issued if variance approval is granted. Estimated Date of the Decision:The Hearing Examiner will make a decision within ten (10) days of the hearing. Prepared 12/17/19 by: Darcy Bourcier, Planner I, PO Box 293 Pasco,WA 99301(509)545-3441 The City of Pasco welcomes full participation in public meetings by all citizens. No qualified individual with a disability shall be excluded or denied the benefit of participating in such meetings. If you wish to use auxiliary aids or require assistance to comment at this public meeting, please contact the Community Development Department at(509)545-3441 or TDD(509)585-4425 at least ten days prior to the date of the meeting to make arrangements for special needs.