Notice of Development Application, HHA, January 8, 2019





Holiday Hideaway Association Water system 

File #PL19-0008

Notice is hereby given that on January 8, 2019, Cas Hancock, on behalf of Holiday Hideaway Water System, filed an Administrative Special Use Permit (#PL19-0008) for the construction of an additional 50,000-gallon water storage tank, AT-2, with baffles, at wellfield B (S06), and the addition of two 5 HP booster pumps in the existing control house at Wellfield B (S06).  The pumps will deliver water to the gravity distribution system and to the existing reservoirs, T1 and T2.  They will be activated and controlled by a Herrin Controller that senses the pressure based on the water level in the reservoirs T1 and T2.  Additionally, the project will include the installation of a free-standing pipe with 5” Storz connection next to the proposed storage tank as well as next to the existing storage tanks, so that a fire truck can draft water directly from the storage tanks without damaging the existing 4” pipe network.  The project is located within the Rural Intermediate (RI) zoning/comprehensive plan designated area as indicated in the Skagit County Comprehensive Plan and associated maps adopted July 5, 2016, and as thereafter amended.  A letter of completeness was not issued and the application was determined to be complete on February 4, 2019.

The project is located at 6967 Holiday Boulevard, Anacortes, within a portion of Section 7, Township 35 N, Range 2 E W.M., situated within Skagit County, Washington.  (P66100)    

An Administrative special use permit application, Environmental Checklist, site plan, and other application materials are on file with Skagit County Planning and Development Services.  This information is available to the public on request.  Other governmental approvals or permits required for this proposal from Skagit County Planning and Development Services include:  Approved Building Permit(s).   

A decision on the application will be made within 120 days of the date the application was determined compete, which was 2-4-19.  A public hearing before the Skagit County Hearing Examiner is not required for this project.  Any person desiring to express his or her views or to be notified of the action taken on this application should notify Brandon Black in writing of his or her interest within Fifteen (15) days of the date of publication of this notice which is 2-7-19.  

Written comments must be received no later than 4:30 pm on: February 22, 2019    

Email correspondence will not be accepted, however comments may be submitted via the PDS website under the “current legal notices” tab.

The Lead Agency expects to issue a DNS for this proposal and the Optional DNS process is being used (WAC 197-11-355).  This may be the only opportunity to comment on the environmental impacts of the proposal.


Brandon Black, Senior Planner – Team Supervisor

Skagit County Planning and Development Services

1800 Continental Place

Mount Vernon, WA. 98273
(360) 416-1326
























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