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PLBSP20230028




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Summary

PLBSP20230028
South Hill Business & Technology Center
Binding Site Plan
Binding Site Plan
Under Review
03/13/2023
BCC PUYALLUP LLC
Create 8 Binding Site Plat lots with existing improvements to remain. No new structures are proposed.

Locations

Reviews

Documents Returned For Corrections

Date Returned Name
10/20/2023 18111-T-Title Report-2023-07-25-BSP0 (Flattened)
Review Type Outcome Est. Completion Date Completed
Building Review No Comments 12/12/2023 12/05/2023
Planning Review Comments 12/12/2023 12/01/2023
Fire Review No Comments 12/12/2023 11/29/2023
Engineering Review No Comments 12/12/2023 11/20/2023
Engineering Traffic Review No Comments 12/12/2023 11/15/2023
External Agency Review No Response 10/11/2023 10/19/2023
Engineering Traffic Review No Comments 10/11/2023 10/11/2023
Building Review No Comments 10/11/2023 10/10/2023
Planning Review Comments 10/11/2023 10/06/2023
Fire Review No Comments 10/11/2023 09/11/2023
Engineering Review Comments 10/11/2023 08/31/2023
Planning Review Comments 07/03/2023 07/24/2023
External Agency Review Comments 07/03/2023 07/14/2023
Engineering Review Comments 07/03/2023 06/30/2023
Fire Review No Comments 07/03/2023 06/30/2023
Engineering Traffic Review Comments 07/03/2023 06/22/2023
Building Review Revisions Required 07/03/2023 05/05/2023
External Agency Review Pending 12/12/2023

Fees

Paid Fees Amount Paid Owing Date Paid
Binding Site Plan Review Fee $1,890.00 $1,890.00 Paid 03/13/2023
SEPA Checklist Fee (with planning permit) $250.00 $250.00 Paid 03/13/2023
Engineering Permit Fee $300.00 $300.00 Paid 03/13/2023
As-Built Review Fee $200.00 $200.00 Paid 03/13/2023
City Standards Manual Fee $230.00 $230.00 Paid 03/13/2023
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
Sign Posted On Site Resolved Planning Division Public Noticing
: Public notice sign must be posted on site in a publically visible location.
Signed Affidavit Resolved Planning Division Public Noticing
: Signed Affidavit must be provided.
Miscellaneous Planning Condition Open Planning Division Standard Conditions
: Future landuse and building permits will be required to conform to PMC 20.35.031 Business park design standards
Miscellaneous Planning Condition Open Planning Division Standard Conditions
: (2) Surveying and Monumentation. In order to ensure the establishment and preservation of land surveys, and ensure accurate and consistent standards and procedures for surveying and monumentation, the following requirements shall apply: (a) All surveying and monumentation shall be performed in accordance with Chapter 58.09 RCW and city requirements; (b) Permanent survey control monuments shall be provided at all controlling corners of the subdivision, at the intersection of centerlines of roads within and adjacent to the subdivision, and at the angle points and points of curvature in each street; (c) Permanent survey control monuments located within areas subject to flooding shall include the elevation of the top of the monument; (d) Every lot corner shall be permanently marked in accordance with standard surveying practices; (e) The city may also require the boundaries of any delineated critical area to be surveyed and permanently marked in accordance with the city’s monumentation standards; (f) If any land proposed for subdivision under this title is contiguous to a meandering body of water, the meander line shall be reestablished, the line shown on the face of the drawing, and permanently marked in accordance with the city’s monumentation standards; and (g) Any monument or other permanent survey markers disturbed by construction or other activities shall be reestablished in accordance with the requirement contained in this section
Miscellaneous Condition Open Engineering Division Prior to Issuance
: Legal Dept to review BSP and CCRs prior to final approval per JBeck email dated 06/30/23. (MH)
Miscellaneous Condition Open Traffic Division Standard Conditions
: Prior to new construction building permit issuance or significant change of use TI, the following will be required: -Based on previous EIS & Concomitant agreement, must provide a determination on the overall quantity of vested vehicle trips to this site. -Provide a trip generation estimate based on your current use & proposed future buildout. This estimate must be based on published rates in the ITE trip generation manual (using building sqft). City policy requires the project trips to be estimated using the Institute of Transportation Engineers’ (ITE) Trip Generation, 11th Edition. In general, trip generation regression equations shall be used when the R2 value is 0.70 or greater. For single-family units and offices smaller than 30,000 SF, use ITE’s Trip Generation, average rate. The project trips shall be rounded to the nearest tenth. -The applicant shall conduct a traffic analysis to determine impacts of a proposed full buildout of site. Analysis shall include a detailed summary of all building permits and/or off-site improvements associated with this site since original construction was completed. This summary shall include all previous mitigation and/or traffic impact fees paid. The City has adopted a City-Wide Traffic Impact Fee of $4,500 per PM peak hour trip. Final fees will be calculated and assessed by the City at the time of building permit issuance. During the Civil review process, this commercial development shall provide an autoturn analysis for the largest anticipated vehicle that would access the site. Curb radii and entrance dimensions shall be increased as necessary to allow vehicles to access the site without encroaching into adjacent lanes of traffic. 39th Ave SE along the site is designated as a major arterial. City standards (Section 101.10.1(4)) require minimum spacing of 300 feet between driveways measured between closest edges of the driveway (this standard also applies to driveways across the street). Eastern access location on the 39th Ave SE (STOP controlled) must be restricted to a right-in/right-out. Internal access road must meet minimum fire standards Add a 1ft no access easement along 39th Ave SE. All vehicles must access from existing driveway locations on 39th Ave SE.

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