Notice of Decision: Holiday Hideaway Association Permit

SKAGIT COUNTY PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
NOTICE OF DECISION
For
HOLIDAY HIDEAWAY ASSOCIATION
Administrative Special Use Permit application File #PL19-0008

Notice is hereby given that on September 30, 2019, Skagit County Planning and Development Services approved the Administrative Special Use Permit request (#PL19-0008) for the construction of an additional 59,200-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 proposed 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.  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)           
                                                                
Applicant: Holiday Hideaway Association, c/o Cas Hancock, 6697 Holiday Blvd., Anacortes, WA 98221.   
                    
Pursuant to Skagit County Code 14.06.200, the Notice of Decision shall be forwarded to parties of record, the applicant and other applicable parties of interest.

The applicant and/or a party of record may appeal the decision to the Hearing Examiner pursuant to the provisions of Section 14.06.   Standing to bring an appeal shall be limited to aggrieved parties.  Parties with standing to appeal must submit the appeal form and appeal fees to the Planning and Development Services Department within 14 calendar days of the date of the Decision.

Transmitted to the Skagit Valley Herald:          October 1, 2019       
Please publish:                                October 3, 2019
Appeals must be submitted by:        October 14, 2019

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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