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PLSHP20220104




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Summary

PLSHP20220104
Puyallup Duplex Short Plat Amendment
Short Plat
Short Plat
Waiting for Revisions
07/06/2022
HC HOMES INC
Short plat amendment to eliminate the access easement dividing the lots and create an critical area tract to encompass the onsite wetland.

Locations

Application Types

Short Plat

Administrative
Waiting for Revisions

Reviews

Documents Returned For Corrections

Date Returned Name
12/19/2022 R1-01 20069-FSP-2022_11_11 (Flattened)
Review Type Outcome Est. Completion Date Completed
Engineering Review Revisions Required 12/15/2022 12/15/2022
Anthony Hulse ((253) 841-5553)   Send Email
See Document Markup
Outstanding
11/15/2022


Provide the names and addresses of the owners of the existing lots. This appears to be HC homes for parcels 0419095003 and 0419095022. David Artz appears to own 0419095004, revised accordingly. [short plat, pg 1]
See Document Markup
Resolved
12/08/2022


Add 43rd Ave SW to the vicinity map. 116th St E is the county's road. [short plat, pg 1]
See Document Markup
Resolved
12/08/2022


Show the existing lot lines using a heavy dashedline, and the proposed lot lines shown using a heavy solid line. Add these linetypes to the legend. [short plat, pg 2]
See Document Markup
Resolved
12/15/2022


Show the existing and proposed easements being relinquished and created on this map based on the title report. [short plat, pg 2]
See Document Markup
Resolved
12/08/2022


Illegible typo. [short plat, pg 2]
See Document Markup
Resolved
12/08/2022


Update engineering note 2 to read 43rd Ave SE/116th St E. As 116th St E is a county road. [short plat, pg 1]
See Document Markup
Resolved
12/08/2022


Provide topography contours for the site. The contours should be shown in 5 foot intervals unless it has slopes greater than 15 percent, otherwise use 2 foot intervals. [short plat, pg 2]
See Document Markup
Resolved
12/08/2022


Where is the proposed septic system? The previous short plat mentioned lots 2 and 4 didn't have adequate soil for sewer, but lots 1 and 3 may have adequate soils for sewer. Provide a utility easement as necessary. [short plat, pg 2]
See Document Markup
Resolved
12/08/2022


Include the following engineering note: Any subdivision of land as part of a short plat or formal platting process shall require curb,gutters, planter strips, street trees, sidewalks, storm drainage, street lighting, and one-half street paving (only required if the existing pavement condition is poor) in accordance with the citys Public Works Engineering and Construction Standards and Specifications.The frontage improvements shall be required along all street frontage adjoining the properties created by the land division process. Frontage improvements shall also be required where any reasonable access to the property connects to the public right-of-way,although the primary access isl ocated on another parcel. [short plat, pg 1]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
11/15/2022


Include permit application number: PLSHP20220104 [short plat, pg 1]
See Document Markup
Resolved
12/08/2022


Is a shared septic system still proposed on the western lot (433 43rd Ave SW)? Show this on the short plat and provide the agreement letter/show the private easements. [short plat, pg 2]
See Document Markup
Resolved
12/08/2022


Show Fruitland Mutual's Water Main in 116th st E [short plat, pg 2]
See Document Markup
Resolved
12/08/2022


City records show Fruitland Mutual Water is the purveyor rather than Tacoma Water. [Short plat, pg 1]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
11/15/2022


How is stormwater going to be mitigated as part of development? There is not an existing storm system along this property frontage. If each building site cannot mitigate stormwater accordingly, the project will be required to extend the storm main within 116th St E and connect. Note this may be challenging as the grade increases as the right of way heads east. Provide a preliminary storm drainage site plan, geotech report with site specific infiltration testing and groundwater monitoring and drainage report stating how the project will feasibly mitigate stormwater runoff as part of this development. [short plat, pg 2]
See Document Markup
Resolved
12/08/2022


Provide the 116th St E right of way width. [short plat, pg 2]
See Document Markup
Resolved
12/08/2022


Update Engineering note 2 to state Access to lots 1 and 2 shall be via a shared access easement. The access will be maintained equally by lots 1 and 2 [short plat, pg 1]
See Document Markup
Resolved
12/08/2022


Update Tract note 4 to read "maintenance of the said tract" [short plat, pg 1]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/08/2022


The original tract owner has not been updated as part of the 2nd re-submittal. [short plat, pg 1]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/08/2022


Create an additional Engineering note that mentions septic systems locations have been preliminarily approved per P-19-0061 for 409 and 433 43rd Ave SW. [short plat, pg 1]
See Document Markup
Resolved
12/08/2022


Tract A is landlocked by lots 1 and 2, extend the shared access easement to abut the Tract. [short plat, pg 2]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/08/2022


Submit a formal request for fee in lie via email to the following city staff: hhunger@puyallupwa.gov, kcook@puyallupwa.gov, and ahulse@puyallupwa.gov. Be sure to reference this short plat amendment application number. [short plat, pg 2]
See Document Markup
Outstanding
12/08/2022


A preliminary stormwater report and plan was not received as part of this re-submittal. Additionally, the geotech report was not received as specified by the comment response letter. Provide this information per the 2019 Ecology Manual regulations during the next submittal. [short plat, pg 2]
Building Review No Comments 12/15/2022 12/07/2022
David Leahy ((253) 435-3618)   Send Email
External Agency Review Revisions Required 12/15/2022 12/06/2022
Rachael N. Brown ((253) 770-3363)   Send Email
Other/Miscellaneous
Outstanding
11/15/2022


Several parties responded to the notice of application and SEPA notice for this project and have provided public comments. Each comment is available for review on the City's public permits portal under the 'documents and images tab. Please review the comments and concerns addressed in the attached letters and emails and provide written responses to each.
Planning Review Revisions Required 12/15/2022 12/06/2022
Rachael N. Brown ((253) 770-3363)   Send Email
Plat Note: Wetland or buffer
Resolved
12/06/2022


The site contains wetland areas and protective wetland buffers. A note shall be included on the face of the plat for each affected lot indicating: “This lot contains a wetland and wetland buffer that is protected by federal, state and local regulations. A wetland is a permanently, semi-permanently, or seasonally flooded area of land with a distinct ecosystem based on hydrology, hydric soils, and vegetation adapted for life in water saturated soils. Wetlands provide numerous benefits to the natural environment including water quality, flood control, wildlife habitat, shoreline stability, and aesthetic values. Since the 1780s, Washington has lost 31 percent of its wetland areas, from 1.35 million acres to 938,000 acres, contributing to loss of flood storage and habitat areas. Wetlands are critical to the overall health of watersheds and property owners are key for protecting, restoring, and managing our state's remaining wetland resources. Modification of land or vegetation and/or encroachment/conversion of these areas is strictly prohibited without prior government approval.”
Other/Miscellaneous
Resolved
12/06/2022


Tract “A” must be re-named as a “Native Growth Protection Area” the description of the tract shall read: “This tract contains wetland and wetland buffer that is protected by federal, state and local regulations. Modification of land or vegetation and/or encroachment/conversion of these areas is strictly prohibited without prior approval from the City's Planning Division; and, It is the right of the City to enforce the terms of the restriction in the tract area. All lots in the short plat shall have an equal and undivided interest in the maintenance of said tract”
Other/Miscellaneous
Resolved
12/06/2022


Other/Miscellaneous
Outstanding
11/15/2022


Minimum lot depth in RM-Core zone is 70 ft. as measured from the midpoint of the front lot line to the midpoint of each rear lot line of each lot. Add this measurement to the plat map. If wetland tract would result in a non-conforming lot measurement, adjust wetland tract to create a conforming lot configuration and add hatching in the adjusted wetland area to indicate that while area is not within the wetland tract it is still a regulated wetland buffer. Required wetland buffer signs will still be erected at the correct wetland buffer boundary.
Other/Miscellaneous
Outstanding
11/15/2022


Correct "Existing Zoning" on face of plat to "RM-Core". It appears the 'existing zoning' now says 'RMC' which is also incorrect.
Other/Miscellaneous
Resolved
12/06/2022


Remove 10 ft building setback from plat map
Fire Review No Comments 12/15/2022 11/21/2022
David Drake ((253) 864-4171)   Send Email
Engineering Traffic Review VOID 12/15/2022 11/16/2022
Kenneth Cook ((253) 864-4177)   Send Email
Planning Review Revisions Required 09/01/2022 09/23/2022
Rachael N. Brown ((253) 770-3363)   Send Email
Plat Note: Wetland or buffer
Carried Forward
11/15/2022


The site contains wetland areas and protective wetland buffers. A note shall be included on the face of the plat for each affected lot indicating: “This lot contains a wetland and wetland buffer that is protected by federal, state and local regulations. A wetland is a permanently, semi-permanently, or seasonally flooded area of land with a distinct ecosystem based on hydrology, hydric soils, and vegetation adapted for life in water saturated soils. Wetlands provide numerous benefits to the natural environment including water quality, flood control, wildlife habitat, shoreline stability, and aesthetic values. Since the 1780s, Washington has lost 31 percent of its wetland areas, from 1.35 million acres to 938,000 acres, contributing to loss of flood storage and habitat areas. Wetlands are critical to the overall health of watersheds and property owners are key for protecting, restoring, and managing our state's remaining wetland resources. Modification of land or vegetation and/or encroachment/conversion of these areas is strictly prohibited without prior government approval.”
Other/Miscellaneous
Carried Forward
11/15/2022


Tract “A” must be re-named as a “Native Growth Protection Area” the description of the tract shall read: “This tract contains wetland and wetland buffer that is protected by federal, state and local regulations. Modification of land or vegetation and/or encroachment/conversion of these areas is strictly prohibited without prior approval from the City's Planning Division; and, It is the right of the City to enforce the terms of the restriction in the tract area. All lots in the short plat shall have an equal and undivided interest in the maintenance of said tract”
Other/Miscellaneous
Carried Forward
11/15/2022


Other/Miscellaneous
Carried Forward
11/15/2022


Minimum lot depth in RM-Core zone is 70 ft. as measured from the midpoint of the front lot line to the midpoint of each rear lot line of each lot. Add this measurement to the plat map. If wetland tract would result in a non-conforming lot measurement, adjust wetland tract to create a conforming lot configuration and add hatching in the adjusted wetland area to indicate that while area is not within the wetland tract it is still a regulated wetland buffer. Required wetland buffer signs will still be erected at the correct wetland buffer boundary.
Other/Miscellaneous
Carried Forward
11/15/2022


Correct "Existing Zoning" on face of plat to "RM-Core"
Other/Miscellaneous
Carried Forward
11/15/2022


Remove 10 ft building setback from plat map
External Agency Review Revisions Required 09/01/2022 09/23/2022
Rachael N. Brown ((253) 770-3363)   Send Email
Other/Miscellaneous
Carried Forward
11/15/2022


Several parties responded to the notice of application and SEPA notice for this project and have provided public comments. Each comment is available for review on the City's public permits portal under the 'documents and images tab. Please review the comments and concerns addressed in the attached letters and emails and provide written responses to each.
Building Review No Comments 09/01/2022 08/30/2022
David Leahy ((253) 435-3618)   Send Email
Engineering Review Revisions Required 09/01/2022 08/30/2022
Anthony Hulse ((253) 841-5553)   Send Email
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
11/15/2022


Provide the names and addresses of the owners of the existing lots. This appears to be HC homes for parcels 0419095003 and 0419095022. David Artz appears to own 0419095004, revised accordingly. [short plat, pg 1]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
11/15/2022


Add 43rd Ave SW to the vicinity map. 116th St E is the county's road. [short plat, pg 1]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
11/15/2022


Show the existing lot lines using a heavy dashedline, and the proposed lot lines shown using a heavy solid line. Add these linetypes to the legend. [short plat, pg 2]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
11/15/2022


Show the existing and proposed easements being relinquished and created on this map based on the title report. [short plat, pg 2]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
11/15/2022


Illegible typo. [short plat, pg 2]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
11/15/2022


Update engineering note 2 to read 43rd Ave SE/116th St E. As 116th St E is a county road. [short plat, pg 1]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
11/15/2022


Provide topography contours for the site. The contours should be shown in 5 foot intervals unless it has slopes greater than 15 percent, otherwise use 2 foot intervals. [short plat, pg 2]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
11/15/2022


Where is the proposed septic system? The previous short plat mentioned lots 2 and 4 didn't have adequate soil for sewer, but lots 1 and 3 may have adequate soils for sewer. Provide a utility easement as necessary. [short plat, pg 2]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
11/15/2022


Include the following engineering note: Any subdivision of land as part of a short plat or formal platting process shall require curb,gutters, planter strips, street trees, sidewalks, storm drainage, street lighting, and one-half street paving (only required if the existing pavement condition is poor) in accordance with the citys Public Works Engineering and Construction Standards and Specifications.The frontage improvements shall be required along all street frontage adjoining the properties created by the land division process. Frontage improvements shall also be required where any reasonable access to the property connects to the public right-of-way,although the primary access isl ocated on another parcel. [short plat, pg 1]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
11/15/2022


Include permit application number: PLSHP20220104 [short plat, pg 1]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
11/15/2022


Is a shared septic system still proposed on the western lot (433 43rd Ave SW)? Show this on the short plat and provide the agreement letter/show the private easements. [short plat, pg 2]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
11/15/2022


Show Fruitland Mutual's Water Main in 116th st E [short plat, pg 2]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
11/15/2022


City records show Fruitland Mutual Water is the purveyor rather than Tacoma Water. [Short plat, pg 1]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
11/15/2022


How is stormwater going to be mitigated as part of development? There is not an existing storm system along this property frontage. If each building site cannot mitigate stormwater accordingly, the project will be required to extend the storm main within 116th St E and connect. Note this may be challenging as the grade increases as the right of way heads east. Provide a preliminary storm drainage site plan, geotech report with site specific infiltration testing and groundwater monitoring and drainage report stating how the project will feasibly mitigate stormwater runoff as part of this development. [short plat, pg 2]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
11/15/2022


Provide the 116th St E right of way width. [short plat, pg 2]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
11/15/2022


Update Engineering note 2 to state Access to lots 1 and 2 shall be via a shared access easement. The access will be maintained equally by lots 1 and 2 [short plat, pg 1]
See Document Markup
Carried Forward
11/15/2022


Update Tract note 4 to read "maintenance of the said tract" [short plat, pg 1]
Fire Review No Comments 09/01/2022 08/02/2022
Ray Cockerham ((253) 841-5585)   Send Email
Engineering Traffic Review VOID 09/01/2022 07/19/2022
Kenneth Cook ((253) 864-4177)   Send Email

Fees

Paid Fees Amount Paid Owing Date Paid
Short Plat Application Fee $690.00 $690.00 Paid 07/06/2022
Outstanding Fees Amount Paid Owing Date Paid
No outstanding fees.


Application(s) will not be processed until outstanding fees have been paid in full.

$0.00

Meetings

There are no hearings for this planning application.

Conditions

Condition Status Department Category Expiration Date Due Date
Permanent Critical Area Buffer Marking Open Planning Division Submit With Civil Permit Application
: Permanent critical area markers are required to be installed every 50 ft around the boundary of critical area buffers for the following critical areas; wetlands, streams, landslide hazard areas. See City buffer posting details at www.cityofpuyallup.org/1591/Master-Document-List. The City will provide the buffer posting signs at no cost. Applicant is responsible for cost of post and all other materials for installation. Contact the Planning Division to order signs at Planning@puyallupwa.gov.
Miscellaneous Condition Open Development & Permitting Services Submit With Civil Permit Application
: At time of civil application submit the Right of Way Deed and REETA. These documents can be found on the City's website here: https://www.cityofpuyallup.org/DocumentCenter/View/7331/Appendix-C-?bidId=
Miscellaneous Condition Open Development & Permitting Services Submit With Civil Permit Application
: A connection to the SSMH is not desired by the City, tap the main with a sewer saddle per city standard 04.02.01. Address at time of civil application.
Miscellaneous Condition Open Development & Permitting Services Submit With Civil Permit Application
: The backflow devices will need to be placed downstream of the water meters. Address at time of civil application.

Related Permit & Planning Applications

There are no related items for this planning application.

Documents & Images

Date Uploaded File Type Name
09/23/2022 Other R0-04 20069-Closure Report-2022-07-06 (Flattened)
09/23/2022 Other R0-06 Original Short Plat 79-557 (Flattened)
09/23/2022 Other R0-07 Legal Description 20069 (Flattened)
09/23/2022 Other R0- 00 - Trans - CoP, Short Plat Amendment (Flattened)
12/19/2022 Map R1-01 20069-FSP-2022_11_11 (Flattened)
09/23/2022 Report R0-08 Title Report 06_27_2022 (Flattened)
09/23/2022 Report R0-05 - Critical Areas Assessment - Habitat Tech 2020_10_07 (Flattened)
09/23/2022 Form R0-02 Critical Area ID Signed (Flattened)
09/23/2022 Form R0-01 Short Plat Amendment Signed (Flattened)
07/06/2022 Receipt Receipt for transaction:2022-001275
07/15/2022 Letter Notice of Incomplete Application
09/23/2022 Form SEPA Checklist Enviromental -20069 (Flattened)
07/18/2022 Letter Application Accepted Letter
07/26/2022 Email Public Comments - Nisqually Indian Tribe
07/28/2022 AFFIDAVIT OF NOTICE PLSHP20220104
08/04/2022 Email Public Comments - Cameron
08/10/2022 Email Public Comments - Rhonda Marsh
08/16/2022 Public Comments - Mr. Barber Comments
09/16/2022 Public Comments - 202203743 Dept. of Ecology Comments
09/23/2022 Report Wetland Report Review _ APN 0419095003 _ 12.03.2020
09/23/2022 Report Wetland Report Review _ APN 0419095022 _ 11.20.2020
09/23/2022 Report Approved Wetland Report _ APN 0419095003 _ 09.18.2020
09/23/2022 Report Approved Wetland Report _ APN 0419095022 _ 10.07.2022
09/23/2022 Letter DRT Letter
12/19/2022 Other R1-02 Response to comments 2022_11_11 (Flattened)
11/11/2022 Other R1-03 Septic Esmt-201904230546
11/11/2022 Other R1- 04 - Septic Approval - 409 43rd Ave SW
11/11/2022 Other R1 -05 - Septic Approval - 433 43rd Ave SW
11/11/2022 Other R1-06 Recorded Quit Claim Deed
12/16/2022 Letter DRT Letter


Should you need assistance, please contact the Permit Center at (253) 864-4165 option 1.