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File #: 2022-0009    Version: 1
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 1/11/2022 In control: Local Services and Land Use Committee
On agenda: Final action: 1/25/2022
Enactment date: 1/26/2022 Enactment #: 19393
Title: AN ORDINANCE relating to extension of interim use permits; and amending Ordinance 16515, Section 4, and K.C.C. 20.20.105.
Sponsors: Pete von Reichbauer
Indexes: Permits
Code sections: 20.20.105 - .
Attachments: 1. Ordinance 19393, 2. Acknowledge-Letter-2021-S-3508, 3. FW King County - Expedited Review Request Granted for Submittal ID 2021-S-3508, 4. 2022-0009_SR
Related files: 2009-0171

Drafter

Clerk 12/16/2021

Title

AN ORDINANCE relating to extension of interim use permits; and amending Ordinance 16515, Section 4, and K.C.C. 20.20.105.

Body

                     BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF KING COUNTY:

                     SECTION 1.  Ordinance 16515, Section 4, and K.C.C. 20.20.105, are hereby amended to read as follows:

                     A.  Upon written request to the department made by the applicant before the expiration of a permit for a conditional use, variance, alteration exception or reasonable use exception, the department may extend the period of the permit for one year if:

                       ((A.)) 1.  Regulations governing the approval of the land use decision have not changed;

                       ((B.)) 2.  Site conditions have not significantly changed in a manner that would have affected the original permit approval; and

                       ((C.)) 3.  The applicant pays applicable permit extension fees.

                     B.  Upon written request to the department made by the applicant before the expiration of an interim use permit, the department may extend the permit for one or more one-year period, up to a total of five consecutive years, if:

                       1.  Regulations governing the approval of the land use decision have not changed;

                       2.  Site conditions have not significantly changed in a manner that would have

affected the original permit approval; and

                       3.  The applicant pays applicable permit extension fees.