File #: 2015-0482    Version: 1
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 11/23/2015 In control: Transportation, Economy, and Environment Committee
On agenda: Final action: 12/14/2015
Enactment date: 12/18/2015 Enactment #: 18202
Title: AN ORDINANCE approving the City of Snoqualmie General Sewer/Wastewater Facility Plan.
Sponsors: Kathy Lambert
Indexes: Snoqualmie, City of, Water Districts
Attachments: 1. 18202.pdf, 2. A. City of Snoqualmie General Sewer-Wastewater Facility Plan, 3. 2015-0482 legislative review form.pdf, 4. A. City of Snoqualmie General Sewer-Wastewater Facility Plan, 5. 2015-0482 Fiscal Note.xlsx, 6. 2015-0482 Matrix.docx, 7. 2015-0482 Transmittal Letter.docx, 8. 2015-0482_SR_Snoqualmie_Wastewater_Facility_Plan.docx
Staff: Zoppi, Leah
Clerk 11/09/2015
AN ORDINANCE approving the City of Snoqualmie General Sewer/Wastewater Facility Plan.
1. King County has adopted K.C.C. chapter 13.24, which requires approval of comprehensive plans for water and sewer utilities that provide service in unincorporated King County as a prerequisite for operating in unincorporated King County, receiving approval for annexation proposals, being granted right of way franchises, and being given approval for right of way construction permits. K.C.C. chapter 13.24 prescribes the requirements for approval of such plans, including consistency with state and local planning requirements.
2. The city of Snoqualmie's last general sewer/wastewater facility plan was prepared in 2003. Washington state Department of Ecology and King County regulations require wastewater system plans to be updated every six years.
3. The city of Snoqualmie's wastewater system has a service area within King County and has adopted a comprehensive wastewater plan update ("the plan").
4. King County has adopted a Comprehensive Plan that includes policies F-101 through F-264, the applicable portions of which address wastewater policies for facilities and services; these wastewater policies call for consistency with other adopted plans, pursuit of reclaimed water, water conservation and protection of water resources.
5. K.C.C. chapter 13.24 requires the utilities technical review committee to review and make a recommendation to the King County executive and council on the plan, the requirements under K.C.C. chapter 13.24 and consistency with the King County Comprehensive Plan. The utilities technical review committee has reviewed the planning data and system operations and has found:
a. The plan uses population and employment forecasts developed by the Puget Sound Regional Council;
b. The system's service area is in unincorporated King County;
c. The capital facility plan is adequate...

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