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04/03/2018 10 Rezone of Parcel 181313-22010 from Large Convenience Center to Light IndustrialBUSINESS OF THE CITY COUNCIL YAKIMA, WASHINGTON AGENDA STATEMENT 1 Item No. 10. For Meeting of: April 3, 2018 ITEM TITLE: Closed record public hearing and Ordinance to consider the Yakima Planning Commission's recommendation regarding a rezone application submitted by Super Cold Storage LLC for property at 1415 River Road SUBMITTED BY: Joan Davenport, Al CP, Community Development Director Joseph Calhoun, Planning Manager Colleda Monick, Assistant Planner (509) 576-6772 SUMMARY EXPLANATION: Norden Planning Services, on behalf of Super Cold Storage LLC, submitted an application for a non -project rezone at 1415 River Road from Large Convenience Center (LCC) to Light Industrial (M-1) to bring the property in conformance with other properties to the east and south. The Yakima Planning Commission held an open -record public hearing on February 14, 2018 and issued its recommendation for approval on February 28, 2018. During the comment period, and at the hearing, no testimony was submitted in opposition to the request. ITEM BUDGETED: NA STRATEGIC PRIORITY: Neighborhood and Community Building APPROVED FOR SUBMITTAL: City Manager STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Pass Ordinance BOARD/COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: The Yakima Planning Commission recommended approval of this rezone request on February 28, 2018. ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date O Proposed Ordinance Supercold RZ 3/20,/2018 O plete Record Supercold RZ 3/20'2018 2 Type Coker Memo Backup Material 3 AN ORDINANCE ORDINANCE NO. 2018 - rezoning parcel 181313-22010 from Large Convenience Center (LCC) to Light Industrial (M-1) and amending the Zoning Map of the City of Yakima. WHEREAS, on December 11, 2017, Bill Hordan, on behalf of Supercold LLC, submitted an application requesting the zoning classification of parcel 181313-22010, located at 1415 River Road, to be rezoned from Large Convenience Center (LCC) to Light Industrial (M-1) on the official zoning map (hereinafter "RZ#006-17"); and WHEREAS, pursuant to YMC 6.88, the SEPA Administrative Official issued a Determination of Nonsignificance on January 12, 2018; and WHEREAS, the Future Land Use designation of the subject property is Industrial, which is consistent with the proposed M-1 zoning district; and WHEREAS, in accordance with YMC 15.23, the Yakima Planning Commission held an open record public hearing on February 14, 2018 to review and consider the rezone request; and WHEREAS, pursuant to YMC 15.23.030(D), after hearing from the applicant and opening the hearing to public testimony, the Yakima Planning Commission made a recommendation that the requested Rezone be approved, on February 14, 2018; and WHEREAS, the Yakima Planning Commission issued its written Findings, Conclusion and Recommendation on February 28, 2018; and WHEREAS, pursuant to YMC 15.23.030(E), on April 3, 2018 a public hearing regarding the rezone request was held before a meeting of the City Council; and WHEREAS, the City Council evaluated the Planning Commission's Findings, Conclusions and Recommendations, as well as opened the hearing for public comments on the application; and WHEREAS, the City Council, after deliberation and taking into account public comments and testimony, finds that the Findings, Conclusions, and Recommendations of the Yakima Planning Commission is correct and appropriate, and that the same should be adopted by the City Council as its findings herein; and WHEREAS, the City Council finds that it is in the best interest of the City and its residents to approve the requested rezone as outlined in the Yakima Planning Commission's Findings, Conclusions and Recommendations; now, therefore BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF YAKIMA: Section 1. Subject to the specific terms of this ordinance, the Yakima City Council adopts the February 28, 2018, Findings, Conclusions, and Recommendations of the Yakima Planning Commission for RZ#006-17. A copy of said recommendation is attached as Exhibit "A" and is fully incorporated herein by this reference. Section 2. Any and all official Zoning or other similar maps shall be amended or modified to reclassify the subject real property set forth herein consistent with the above sections of this ordinance. Section 3. The City Clerk is hereby authorized and directed to file a certified copy of this ordinance with the Yakima County Auditor. Section 4. Severability: If any section, subsection, paragraph, sentence, clause or phrase of this ordinance is declared invalid or unconstitutional for any reason, such decision shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions of this ordinance. Section 5. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect 30 days after its passage, approval, and publication as provided by law and by the City Charter. 2018. PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL, signed and approved this 3rd day of April, ATTEST: Kathy Coffey, Mayor Sonya Claar Tee, City Clerk Publication Date: Effective Date: 4 5 Exhibit "A" CITY OF YAKIMA, WASHINGTON PLANNING COMMISSION'S FINDINGS, CONCLUSIONS, AND RECOMMENDATIONS February 28, 2018 In the Matter of a Rezone Application Submitted by: Hordan Planning Services, on behalf of Super Cold Storage For a Non -project rezone Of 1415 River Road From LCC to M-1 RZ#006-17 SEPA#035-17 I. Summary of Recommendation. The Yakima Planning Commission recommends approval of the proposed rezone, subject to conditions. II. Basis for Recommendation. Based on a view of the site; consideration of the staff report, exhibits, testimony and other evidence presented at an open record public hearing on February 14, 2018; and a consideration of the applicable zoning ordinance requirements, and the Comprehensive Plan; the YPC makes the following: III. FACTS A. Processing. 1. The applications for Rezone and Environmental Review were received on December 11, 2017. 2. The application was determined complete for processing on December 15, 2017. 3. The application is being processed under YMC Chapter 15.23 for Rezone Review. 4. Pursuant to YMC Ch. 1.42 and YMC § 15.23.030, The Planning Commission has the authority to hold a public hearing and provide a recommendation to the City Council on a Rezone request. 5. Public Notice: Pursuant to YMC § 15.11.090 and YMC § 16.05.010: a) A Notice of Application, Environmental Review, and Public Hearing was sent to the applicant and adjoining property owners within 300 - feet of the subject property on December 20, 2017. 6 b) A legal notice was provided in the Yakima Herald Republic on December 20, 2017. c) The subject property was posted with a land use action sign on December 18, 2017. 6. Environmental Review: A Notice of Application and SEPA Environmental Review was mailed to SEPA agencies, the applicant, and adjoining property owners within 300 feet of the subject property on December 20, 2017. A SEPA Determination of Nonsignificance (DNS) was issued on January 12, 2018. No appeals have been filed with the City of Yakima Planning Division. B. Current Zoning and Land Use: 1. The subject property is approximately 1.96 acres in size and is zoned Large Convenience Center (LCC). The property contains two residences, a commercial office, storage sheds and an outdoor storage area. 2. Adjacent Properties and Land use Characteristics Direction Zoning Land Use North M-1 Vacant, proposed future C.A. East LCC Vacant, proposed future C.A. South M-1 (across Electrical Substation/Storage Units River Rd) West M-1 Fueling Station for Commercial Vehicles 3. Other Characteristics a) Existing Infrastructure: i. Streets: The property is currently accessed by River Rd., classified as a Collector Arterial. ii. Water and Sewer: The property is served by City of Yakima water and sewer. C. Statement of Cause - Rezone: Pursuant to YMC Ch. 15.23, the applicant provided the following paraphrased statements explaining their reasons for the proposed Rezone: 1. How is the subject property suitable for uses permitted under the proposed zoning? The subject property is well suited for all Light Industrial uses permitted under the proposed zoning M-1 zoning district. The land is flat and is currently served with all necessary infrastructure, transportation facilities and public services. The property has direct access to River Road on the south and has access to both water and sewer on the south and west sides of the property. Access to the state and federal highway system is 7 located at the north end of North 16th Avenue, which is approximately 2,500 feet to the northwest of the site and easily accessible. The general area currently has industrial uses located within the neighborhood or planned for the neighborhood. In this instance, the adjoining property located to the north and east is currently under the same ownership (as the subject property). It is the intent of the property owner to construct a controlled atmosphere complex on that property as well as this parcel. The complex is currently being designed and will be submitted to the City for review and the approval at a later date. Property to the west contains a fueling station for commercial vehicles and property to the south contains an electrical substation and storage units. Property to the east and northeast (beyond the combined ownership discussed above) contains Washington Fruit and Produce Company which has been rezoning adjoining properties to M-1 and constructing similar agriculturally related buildings. The intent behind this rezone is to construct similar type agricultural storage facilities (i.e. controlled atmosphere buildings), as those of Washington Fruit and Produce Company, if the rezone is successful. The proposed rezone is to benefit and compliment an existing storage facility which is under this same ownership located approximately one-half mile to the west (North 20th Ave & River Road). This rezone provides that business the opportunity to cluster their storage facilities in a single area, which helps them coordinate their business in an efficient manner. The project also benefits the City of Yakima by concentrating industrial uses in a single location, which use and require industrial -type infrastructure. The City has provided the necessary infrastructure to this site such as roads, water and sewer and this project will use that infrastructure for its intended use. Additionally, industrial uses like this provide well -paying jobs, which are also desirable for the community. What is the status of existing land use? The subject property consists of approximately 2 acres. The property currently contains two residences, a commercial office, storage sheds and an outdoor storage area. All urban services and facilities are available to the property, or can easily be extended to the property as needed. 2. How is the rezone request in compliance with and/or how does the request deviate from the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan? The rezone request is in compliance with the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan because it meets the intent of the text of the plan as it deals with the Industrial definition. Specifically, the Industrial land use "designation provides for manufacturing, agricultural processing/storage, and closely related uses." The proposed rezone meets the intent of the "Locational Criteria" of the comprehensive plan because the property is located in an area of active industrial uses that features adequate public utilities and land physically 8 suited to industrial activities that are buffered from residential or other potentially incompatible uses. Additionally, this development will take advantage of access to Highway 12/1-82 due to its close proximity to those highways. The comprehensive plan indicates that "Principle uses and density" be industrial, agricultural, research & development, repair, construction businesses, warehouse, and distribution terminals that minimize external impacts to adjacent districts and accessory uses. In this case, the proposed use is an agricultural controlled atmosphere warehouse complex, which meets the intent of the "Principle uses and density" of the comprehensive plan. The comprehensive plan states that implementing zoning districts for industrially designated land be M-1, M-2, or AS. The proposed zoning district by this application is M-1 which is consistent with the comprehensive plan. Some select supporting goals and policies for this rezone from the comprehensive plan include: Goal 2.9 — Industrial & Manufacturing areas. Maintain and promote active use of Industrial lands to promote economic growth. Policy 2.9.1— Develop industrial and manufacturing lands that minimize impacts on surrounding land uses, especially residential land uses... Policy 2.9.2 — Encourage infill and promote efficient utilization of vacant land within areas that are designated for industrial uses. Policy 2.9.7 — Protect industrial and manufacturing lands from encroachment by other land uses, which would reduce the economic viability of industrial lands. 3. Are there adequate public facilities, such as traffic capacity, sewer services, potable water, storm water drainage, schools, fire, and police services, and other public services and infrastructure existing one and around the subject property? Yes, there are adequate public facilities to serve this proposal. The property lies north of River Road, a 3 -lane hard surfaced collector/arterial. The roadway has adequate capacity for future industrial growth and has been designed with this growth in mind. Access to the site is exceptional and can gain access to other major urban arterials and the highway system with ease. The property is served with all other infrastructure including domestic water, sanitary sewer, electricity, telephone and any other needed utilities. Utilities not adjacent to the site can easily be extended to serve these properties. Additionally, the site is protected by the Yakima Police and Fire Departments. Are the existing public facilities capable of supporting the most intensive use of the new (requested) zone? If not, what mitigating 9 measures are going to be implemented to address any short falls in public services that may exist? Yes, this property can be served with the existing facilities capable of supporting the most intensive uses, as the site is served by a 27 -inch waste water main and 12 -inch water main. Other smaller (8 inch and 12 inch) water/sewer lines are also located in the immediate area, which ensures adequate fire protection and waste water disposal. If any service or facility deficiency exists in the delivery of services to this property, necessary mitigation will take place by the developer to ensure adequate public services and facilities are in place at his/her/their expense through future SEPA and land use concurrency requirements, upon the development of the property. 4. How is the proposed zone change compatible with the existing neighboring uses? The proposed zone change is compatible with existing neighboring uses because surrounding properties that lie to the north, east and south are currently zoned Light Industrial and consist of vacant industrial land, fruit processing facilities/storage and other light industrial type retail storage and service establishments. Property to the west contains a commercial fueling station, which is more similar to an industrial use than a commercial use. Based on these factors, the proposed zone change is compatible with existing neighboring uses. Because the intended use is similar to many surrounding uses, there is consistency between the existing and proposed uses. Compatibility can be maintained through project permitting and additional site specific plan review. This will ensure compatibility between existing uses and future uses which can be expected to be constructed on the surrounding properties within the adjacent zoning districts. What mitigating measures are planned to address incompatibility, such as site screening, buffering building design, open space, traffic flow alteration, etc.? No mitigation is proposed as part of this rezone request. However, appropriate mitigation is built into the SEPA and zoning codes through regular site plan approval once a specific project is proposed. Required mitigation to address compatibility would be implemented at that time. 5. What is the public need for the proposed change? The public need arises from the fact that expansion within some existing zoning districts does not exist. This occurs when all or most of the available land in that district is developed or not available for sale. Thus, existing businesses and industries have nowhere to expand. This is the case in this general area to meet the public need, this property owner has gone through two comprehensive plan updates and a zoning request to 10 create an area large enough to expand the industrial zoning district to expand their fruit storage facilities. In this instance, the proposed comprehensive plan change and rezone will provide an area for this business to expand within the same general locale as their other storage facility. This provides them with efficiency and ease of management, as the two facilities would only be about one- half mile apart. Most importantly, this proposed change keeps the industrial users in an industrial corridor (along River Road) where the City has provided the necessary infrastructure for this specific type of development (i.e. Major arterial roadways, easy access to state highways, adequate water and waste water lines). The public expects successful businesses to expand and remain in Yakima. This rezone meets that public need and perspective, while using the infrastructure provided for it to locate at this location and providing necessary jobs for citizens of the Yakima Valley. D. Yakima Area Comprehensive Plan: The 2040 Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan, Future Land Use Map designates this area as Industrial. E. Applicable Law. Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance: 1. Rezone Defined: Pursuant to YMC § 15.23.010, "From time to time, a change in circumstance or condition may warrant a change in the zoning text or map create by this title. The purpose of this chapter is to establish the procedures to amend the zoning text and/or map when the proposed change would be consistent with the goals, policies, and intent of the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan." 2. M-1 Zoning District Defined: Per YMC § 15.03.020(H) the M-1 zoning district is intended to: a) Establish and preserve areas near designated truck routes, freeways, and the railroad for light industrial uses; and b) Direct truck traffic onto designated truck routes and away from residential streets; and c) Minimize conflicts between uses in the light industrial district and surrounding land uses. The light industrial district provides areas for light manufacturing, processing, research, wholesale trade, storage, and distribution facilities. Uses permitted in this district should not generate noise levels, light, odor, or fumes that would constitute a nuisance or hazard. IV. FINDINGS F. Rezone Approval Criteria: 11 In accordance with the provisions of the Yakima Municipal Code (YMC) § 15.23.030(D)(1-7), recommendations to approve or deny proposed rezones shall include the following consideration: 1. The testimony at the public hearing: A Notice of Application was mailed to all property owners within 300 feet of the subject properties on December 20, 2017, wherein the public was invited to submit written and/or oral comments at the public hearing on this proposed rezone. No comments were submitted during comment period. Oral testimony from Bill Hordan occurred on the day of the public hearing in favor of the application as the applicant's representative. 2. The suitability of the property in question for uses permitted under the proposed zoning: The subject property is suitable for uses permitted in the M-1 zoning district with proposed future development being incorporated into the neighboring property to the east and north. 3. The recommendation from interested agencies and departments: No agencies or departments have registered any opposition to this rezone. 4. The extent to which the proposed amendments are in compliance with and/or deviate from the goals and policies as adopted in the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan and the intent of this title: The purposed M-1 zoning district is an implementing zone of the Comprehensive Plan 2040 designation of Industrial and is compatible with the proposed request. 5. The adequacy of public facilities, such as roads, sewer, water and other required public services: Along River Road and in the general vicinity are various utilities which are available to serve the property, including City of Yakima sewer; City of Yakima Water, Cascade natural gas; Pacific Power; Centurylink telephone; Charter cable TV; and City of Yakima garbage collection services. City of Yakima Fire and Police departments also serve this area. This property is served by all public utilities necessary to support future development. 6. The compatibility of the proposed zone change and associated uses with neighboring land uses: The rezone proposal to M-1 will allow the subject property to be assimilated into the existing uses in this area. Future development will allow redevelopment of the property to add additional controlled atmosphere storage warehouses. 7. The public need for the proposed change: 12 The public need for this proposed change will bring the property in conformance with other properties to the east and south. The future redevelopment of the property into the controlled atmosphere storage warehouses will provide options of business expansion for the property owner. V. CONCLUSIONS Based on the foregoing Findings, the YPC reaches the following Conclusions: 1. The YPC has jurisdiction to issue a recommendation on this proposed Rezone to the Yakima City Council. 2. Notice of the public hearing of February 14, 2018, was given in accordance with applicable requirements. 3. The SEPA Determination of Nonsignificance (DNS) was issued on January 12, 2018, and became final without any appeal. 4. As a non -project rezone, this application is consistent with the Comprehensive Plan. 5. This recommendation is consistent with YMC 15.23.030(D). VI. RECOMMENDATION Based upon the findings outlined above, it was moved and seconded that the City of Yakima Planning Commission recommends APPROVAL of this rezone request from LCC to M-1: RECOMMENDED this 28th day of February, 2018. By: signature on file Patricia Byers, Chair Yakima Planning Commission 13 SUPER COLD STORAGE LLC RZ#006-17 & SEPA#035-17 City Council Closed Record Public Hearing April 3, 2018 EXHIBIT LIST Applicant: Hordan Planning Services on behalf of Super Cold Storage LLC File Numbers: RZ#006-17 & SEPA#035-17 Site Address: 1415 River Rd Staff Contact: Colleda Monick, Assistant Planner Table of Contents CHAPTER AA Yakima Planning Commission's Recommendation C A TER A Staff Report CHAPTER B Vicinity Map C A TER C SEPA Checklist CHAPTER D Application CHAPTER E Public Notices CHAPTER F Exhibits Submitted at YPC Public Hearing 14 SUPER COLD STORAGE LLC RZ#006-17 & SEPA#035-17 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER AA Yakima Planning Commission's Recommendation AA -1 Yakima Planning Commission's Recommendation 02/28/2018 rt CITY of YAKIMA r arming DEPT 1'M ENT OF COMMUNITY DEVEL(. ✓IENT Joan Davenport, AICP, Director Planning Division Joseph Calhoun, Manager 129 North Second Street, 2"d Floor, Yakima, WA 98901 ask.planning@yakimawa.gov • www.yakimawa.gov/services/planning CITY OF YAKIMA, WASHINGTON PLANNING COMMISSION'S FINDINGS, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATION February 28, 2018 In the Matter of a Rezone Application Submitted by: Hordan Planning Services, on behalf of Super Cold Storage For a Non -project rezone Of 1415 River Road From LCC to M-1 RZ#006-17 SEPA#035-17 15 Summary of Recommendation. The Yakima Planning Commission recommends approval of the proposed rezone, subject to conditions. II. Basis for Recommendation. Based on a view of the site; consideration of the staff report, exhibits, testimony and other evidence presented at an open record public hearing on February 14, 2018; and a consideration of the applicable zoning ordinance requirements, and the Comprehensive Plan; the YPC makes the following: III. FACTS A. Processing. 1. The applications for Rezone and Environmental Review were received on December 11, 2017. 2. The application was determined complete for processing on December 15, 2017. 3. The application is being processed under YMC Chapter 15.23 for Rezone Review. 4. Pursuant to YMC Ch. 1.42 and YMC § 15.23.030, The Planning Commission has the authority to hold a public hearing and provide a recommendation to the City Council on a Rezone request. 5. Public Notice: Pursuant to YMC § 15.11.090 and YMC § 16.05.010: a) A Notice of Application, Environmental Review, and Public Hearing was sent to the applicant and adjoining property owners within 300 -feet of the subject property on December 20, 2017. b) A legal notice was provided in the Yakima Herald Republic on December 20, 2017. DOC. INDEX 16 c) The subject property was posted with a land use action sign on December 18, 2017. 6. Environmental Review: A Notice of Application and SEPA Environmental Review was mailed to SEPA agencies, the applicant, and adjoining property owners within 300 feet of the subject property on December 20, 2017. A SEPA Determination of Nonsignificance (DNS) was issued on January 12, 2018. No appeals have been filed with the City of Yakima Planning Division. B. Current Zoning and Land Use: 1. The subject property is approximately 1.96 acres in size and is zoned Large Convenience Center (LCC). The property contains two residences, a commercial office, storage sheds and an outdoor storage area. 2. Adjacent Properties and Land use Characteristics Direction Zoning Land Use North M-1 Vacant, proposed future C.A. East LCC Vacant, proposed future C.A. South M-1 (across Electrical Substation/Storage Units River Rd) West M-1 Fueling Station for Commercial Vehicles 3. Other Characteristics a) Existing Infrastructure: i. Streets: The property is currently accessed by River Rd., classified as a Collector Arterial. ii. Water and Sewer: The property is served by City of Yakima water and sewer. C. Statement of Cause - Rezone: Pursuant to YMC Ch. 15.23, the applicant provided the following paraphrased statements explaining their reasons for the proposed Rezone: 1. How is the subject property suitable for uses permitted under the proposed zoning? The subject property is well suited for all Light Industrial uses permitted under the proposed zoning M-1 zoning district. The land is flat and is currently served with all necessary infrastructure, transportation facilities and public services. The property has direct access to River Road on the south and has access to both water and sewer on the south and west sides of the property. Access to the state and federal highway system is located at the north end of North 16th Avenue, which is approximately 2,500 feet to the northwest of the site and easily accessible. DOC. INDEX A 4 Yakima 2015 1994 17 The general area currently has industrial uses located within the neighborhood or planned for the neighborhood. In this instance, the adjoining property located to the north and east is currently under the same ownership (as the subject property). It is the intent of the property owner to construct a controlled atmosphere complex on that property as well as this parcel. The complex is currently being designed and will be submitted to the City for review and the approval at a later date. Property to the west contains a fueling station for commercial vehicles and property to the south contains an electrical substation and storage units. Property to the east and northeast (beyond the combined ownership discussed above) contains Washington Fruit and Produce Company which has been rezoning adjoining properties to M-1 and constructing similar agriculturally related buildings. The intent behind this rezone is to construct similar type agricultural storage facilities (i. e. controlled atmosphere buildings), as those of Washington Fruit and Produce Company, if the rezone is successful. The proposed rezone is to benefit and compliment an existing storage facility which is under this same ownership located approximately one-half mile to the west (North 201h Ave & River Road). This rezone provides that business the opportunity to cluster their storage facilities in a single area, which helps them coordinate their business in an efficient manner. The project also benefits the City of Yakima by concentrating industrial uses in a single location, which use and require industrial -type infrastructure. The City has provided the necessary infrastructure to this site such as roads, water and sewer and this project will use that infrastructure for its intended use. Additionally, industrial uses like this provide well -paying jobs, which are also desirable for the community. What is the status of existing land use? The subject property consists of approximately 2 acres. The property currently contains two residences, a commercial office, storage sheds and an outdoor storage area. All urban services and facilities are available to the property, or can easily be extended to the property as needed. 2. How is the rezone request in compliance with and/or how does the request deviate from the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan? The rezone request is in compliance with the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan because it meets the intent of the text of the plan as it deals with the Industrial definition. Specifically, the Industrial land use "designation provides for manufacturing, agricultural processing/storage, and closely related uses." The proposed rezone meets the intent of the "Locational Criteria" of the comprehensive plan because the property is located in an area of active industrial uses that features adequate public utilities and land physically suited to industrial activities that are buffered from residential or other potentially incompatible uses. Additionally, this development will take advantage of access to Highway 12/1-82 due to its close proximity to those highways. DOC. INDEX A # Yakima 2015 1994 18 The comprehensive plan indicates that "Principle uses and density" be industrial, agricultural, research & development, repair, construction businesses, warehouse, and distribution terminals that minimize external impacts to adjacent districts and accessory uses. In this case, the proposed use is an agricultural controlled atmosphere warehouse complex, which meets the intent of the "Principle uses and density" of the comprehensive plan. The comprehensive plan states that implementing zoning districts for industrially designated land be M-1, M-2, or AS. The proposed zoning district by this application is M-1 which is consistent with the comprehensive plan. Some select supporting goals and policies for this rezone from the comprehensive plan include: Goal 2.9 — Industrial & Manufacturing areas. Maintain and promote active use of Industrial lands to promote economic growth. Policy 2.9.1 — Develop industrial and manufacturing lands that minimize impacts on surrounding land uses, especially residential land uses... Policy 2.9.2 — Encourage infill and promote efficient utilization of vacant land within areas that are designated for industrial uses. Policy 2.9.7 — Protect industrial and manufacturing lands from encroachment by other land uses, which would reduce the economic viability of industrial lands. 3. Are there adequate public facilities, such as traffic capacity, sewer services, potable water, storm water drainage, schools, fire, and police services, and other public services and infrastructure existing one and around the subject property? Yes, there are adequate public facilities to serve this proposal. The property lies north of River Road, a 3 -lane hard surfaced collector/arterial. The roadway has adequate capacity for future industrial growth and has been designed with this growth in mind. Access to the site is exceptional and can gain access to other major urban arterials and the highway system with ease. The property is served with all other infrastructure including domestic water, sanitary sewer, electricity, telephone and any other needed utilities. Utilities not adjacent to the site can easily be extended to serve these properties. Additionally, the site is protected by the Yakima Police and Fire Departments. Are the existing public facilities capable of supporting the most intensive use of the new (requested) zone? If not, what mitigating measures are going to be implemented to address any short falls in public services that may exist? Yes, this property can be served with the existing facilities capable of supporting the most intensive uses, as the site is served by a 27 -inch waste water main and 12 -inch water main. Other smaller (8 inch and 12 inch) water/sewer lines are also located in the immediate area, which ensures adequate fire protection and waste water disposal. If any service or facility deficiency exists in the delivery of DOC. 2015 INDEX 1994 i; A Yakima 111c 19 services to this property, necessary mitigation will take place by the developer to ensure adequate public services and facilities are in place at his/her/their expense through future SEPA and land use concurrency requirements, upon the development of the property. 4. How is the proposed zone change compatible with the existing neighboring uses? The proposed zone change is compatible with existing neighboring uses because surrounding properties that lie to the north, east and south are currently zoned Light Industrial and consist of vacant industrial land, fruit processing facilities/storage and other light industrial type retail storage and service establishments. Property to the west contains a commercial fueling station, which is more similar to an industrial use than a commercial use. Based on these factors, the proposed zone change is compatible with existing neighboring uses. Because the intended use is similar to many surrounding uses, there is consistency between the existing and proposed uses. Compatibility can be maintained through project permitting and additional site specific plan review. This will ensure compatibility between existing uses and future uses which can be expected to be constructed on the surrounding properties within the adjacent zoning districts. What mitigating measures are planned to address incompatibility, such as site screening, buffering building design, open space, traffic flow alteration, etc.? No mitigation is proposed as part of this rezone request. However, appropriate mitigation is built into the SEPA and zoning codes through regular site plan approval once a specific project is proposed. Required mitigation to address compatibility would be implemented at that time. 5. What is the public need for the proposed change? The public need arises from the fact that expansion within some existing zoning districts does not exist. This occurs when all or most of the available land in that district is developed or not available for sale. Thus, existing businesses and industries have nowhere to expand. This is the case in this general area to meet the public need, this property owner has gone through two comprehensive plan updates and a zoning request to create an area large enough to expand the industrial zoning district to expand their fruit storage facilities. In this instance, the proposed comprehensive plan change and rezone will provide an area for this business to expand within the same general locale as their other storage facility. This provides them with efficiency and ease of management, as the two facilities would only be about one-half mile apart. Most importantly, this proposed change keeps the industrial users in an industrial corridor (along River Road) where the City has provided the necessary infrastructure for this specific type of development (i. e. Major arterial roadways, easy access to state highways, adequate water and waste water lines). The Yakima 21115 1994 20 public expects successful businesses to expand and remain in Yakima. This rezone meets that public need and perspective, while using the infrastructure provided for it to locate at this location and providing necessary jobs for citizens of the Yakima Valley. D. Yakima Area Comprehensive Plan: The 2040 Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan, Future Land Use Map designates this area as Industrial. E. Applicable Law. Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance: 1. Rezone Defined: Pursuant to YMC § 15.23.010, "From time to time, a change in circumstance or condition may warrant a change in the zoning text or map create by this title. The purpose of this chapter is to establish the procedures to amend the zoning text and/or map when the proposed change would be consistent with the goals, policies, and intent of the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan." 2 M-1 Zoning District Defined; Per YMC § 15.03.020(H) the M-1 zoning district is intended to: a) Establish and preserve areas near designated truck routes, freeways, and the railroad for light industrial uses; and b) Direct truck traffic onto designated truck routes and away from residential streets; and c) Minimize conflicts between uses in the light industrial district and surrounding land uses. The light industrial district provides areas for light manufacturing, processing, research, wholesale trade, storage, and distribution facilities. Uses permitted in this district should not generate noise levels, light, odor, or fumes that would constitute a nuisance or hazard. IV. FINDINGS F. Rezone Approval Criteria: In accordance with the provisions of the Yakima Municipal Code (YMC) § 15.23.030(D)(1-7), recommendations to approve or deny proposed rezones shall include the following consideration: 1. The testimony at the public hearing: A Notice of Application was mailed to all property owners within 300 feet of the subject properties on December 20, 2017, wherein the public was invited to submit written and/or oral comments at the public hearing on this proposed rezone. No comments were submitted during comment period. Oral testimony from Bill Hordan occurred on the day of the public hearing in favor of the application as the applicant's representative. DOC. INDEX A Yakima 2015 1994 21 2. The suitability of the property in question for uses permitted under the proposed zoning: The subject property is suitable for uses permitted in the M-1 zoning district with proposed future development being incorporated into the neighboring property to the east and north. 3. The recommendation from interested agencies and departments: No agencies or departments have registered any opposition to this rezone. 4. The extent to which the proposed amendments are in compliance with and/or deviate from the goals and policies as adopted in the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan and the intent of this title: The purposed M-1 zoning district is an implementing zone of the Comprehensive Plan 2040 designation of Industrial and is compatible with the proposed request. 5. The adequacy of public facilities, such as roads, sewer, water and other required public services: Along River Road and in the general vicinity are various utilities which are available to serve the property, including City of Yakima sewer; City of Yakima Water, Cascade natural gas; Pacific Power; Centurylink telephone; Charter cable TV; and City of Yakima garbage collection services. City of Yakima Fire and Police departments also serve this area. This property is served by all public utilities necessary to support future development. 6. The compatibility of the proposed zone change and associated uses with neighboring land uses: The rezone proposal to M-1 will allow the subject property to be assimilated into the existing uses in this area. Future development will allow redevelopment of the property to add additional controlled atmosphere storage warehouses. 7. The public need for the proposed change: The public need for this proposed change will bring the property in conformance with other properties to the east and south. The future redevelopment of the property into the controlled atmosphere storage warehouses will provide options of business expansion for the property owner. V. CONCLUSIONS Based on the foregoing Findings, the YPC reaches the following Conclusions: 1. The YPC has jurisdiction to issue a recommendation on this proposed Rezone to the Yakima City Council. 2. Notice of the public hearing of February 14, 2018, was given in accordance with applicable requirements. DOC. INDEX # Yakima 111r 2015 1994 22 3. The SEPA Determination of Nonsignificance (DNS) was issued on January 12, 2018, and became final without any appeal. 4. As a non -project rezone, this application is consistent with the Comprehensive Plan. 5. This recommendation is consistent with YMC 15.23.030(D). VI. RECOMMENDATION Based upon the findings outlined above, it was moved and seconded that the City of Yakima Planning Commission recommends APPROVAL of this rezone request from LCC to M-1: RECOMMENDED this 28th day of February, 2018. P - ici Byers, Y kima Planning Commission DOC. INDEX Yakima 2015 1994 23 SUPER COLD STORAGE LLC RZ#006-17 & SEPA#035-17 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER A Staff Report 1 a Raw.a. CITY OF YAKIMA arming CITY OF YAKIMA FINDINGS OF FACT, CONCLUSIONS, AND RECOMMENDATION REZONE Applicant: Hordan Planning Services, on behalf of Super Cold Storage Applicant Address: 410 N. 2nd St. Project Location: 1415 River Road Tax Parcel No(s): 181313-22010 File No(s): RZ#006-17, SEPA#035-17 Date of Request: December 11, 2017 Date of Complete: December 15, 2017 Date of Recommendation: February 14, 2018 Staff Contact: Colleda Monick, Assistant Planner DESCRIPTION OF REQUEST On December 11, 2017, The City of Yakima Department of Community Development received an application from Hordan Planning Services, on behalf of Super Cold Storage, for a non -project Rezone of the property located at 1415 River Road, from Large Convenience Center (LCC) to Light Industrial (M-1). IL SUMMARY OF RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends approval of the Rezone. 111. FACTS A. Processing. 1. The applications for Rezone and Environmental Review were received on December 11, 2017. 2. The application was determined complete for processing on December 15, 2017. 3. The application is being processed under YMC Chapter 15.23 for Rezone Review. 4. Pursuant to YMC Ch. 1.42 and YMC § 15.23.030, The Planning Commission has the authority to hold a public hearing and provide a recommendation to the City Council on a Rezone request. 5. Public Notice: Pursuant to YMC § 15.11.090 and YMC § 16.05.010: DOC. INDEX • -1 DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Joan Davenport, AICP, Director Planning Division Joseph Calhoun, Manager 129 North Second Street, 2nd Floor, Yakima, WA 98901 ask.planning@yakimawa.gov • www.yakimawa.gov/services/planning 24 a) A Notice of Application, Environmental Review, and Public Hearing was sent to the applicant, SEPA Agencies, and adjoining property owners within 300 - feet of the subject property on December 20, 2017. 25 b) A legal notice was provided in the Yakima Herald Republic on December 20, 2017. c) The subject property was posted with a land use action sign on December 18, 2017. 6. Environmental Review: In accordance with WAC 197-11-355, the Administration Official sent a notice of application on December 20, 2017, no comments were received. A SEPA Determination of Nonsignificance (DNS) was issued on January 12, 2018. No appeals have been filed with the City of Yakima Planning Division. B. Current Zoning and Land Use: 1. The subject property is approximately 1.96 acres in size and is zoned Large Convenience Center (LCC). The property contains two residences, a commercial office, storage sheds and an outdoor storage area. 2. Adjacent Properties and Land use Characteristics Direction Zoning Land Use North M-1 Vacant, proposed future C.A. East LCC Vacant, proposed future C.A. South M-1 (across Electrical Substation/Storage Units River Rd.) West M-1 Fueling Station for Commercial Vehicles 3. Other Characteristics a) Existing Infrastructure: i. Streets: The property is currently accessed by River Road, classified as a Collector Arterial. ii. Water and Sewer: The property is served by City of Yakima water and sewer. C. Statement of Cause - Rezone: Pursuant to YMC Ch. 15.23, the applicant provided the following paraphrased statements explaining their reasons for the proposed Rezone: 1. How is the subject property suitable for uses permitted under the proposed zoning? The subject property is well suited for al! Light Industrial uses permitted under the proposed zoning M-1 zoning district. The land is flat and is currently served with all necessary infrastructure, transportation facilities and public services. The property has direct access to River Road on the south and has access to both water and sewer on the south and west sides of the property. Access to the state and federal highway system is located at the north end of North 16th Avenue, which is approximately 2,500 feet to the northwest of the site and easily accessible. The general area currently has industrial uses located within the neighborhood or planned for the neighborhood. In this instance, the adjoining property located to DOC. INDEX # A -I 26 the north and east is currently under the same ownership (as the subject property). It is the intent of the property owner to construct a controlled atmosphere complex on that property as well as this parcel. The complex is currently being designed and will be submitted to the City for review and the approval at a later date. Property to the west contains a fueling station for commercial vehicles and property to the south contains an electrical substation and storage units. Property to the east and northeast (beyond the combined ownership discussed above) contains Washington Fruit and Produce Company which has been rezoning adjoining properties to M-1 and constructing similar agriculturally related buildings. The intent behind this rezone is to construct similar type agricultural storage facilities (i.e. controlled atmosphere buildings), as those of Washington Fruit and Produce Company, if the rezone is successful. The proposed rezone is to benefit and compliment an existing storage facility which is under this same ownership located approximately one-half mile to the west (North 20' Ave & River Road). This rezone provides that business the opportunity to cluster their storage facilities in a single area, which helps them coordinate their business in an efficient manner. The project also benefits the City of Yakima by concentrating industrial uses in a single location, which use and require industrial-type infrastructure. The City has provided the necessary infrastructure to this site such as roads, water and sewer and this project will use that infrastructure for its intended use. Additionally, industrial uses like this provide well-paying jobs, which are also desirable for the community. What is the status of existing land use? The subject property consists of approximately 2 acres. The property currently contains two residences, a commercial office, storage sheds and an outdoor storage area. All urban services and facilities are available to the property, or can easily be extended to the property as needed. 2. How is the rezone request in compliance with and/or how does the request deviate from the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan? The rezone request is in compliance with the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan because it meets the intent of the text of the plan as it deals with the Industrial definition. Specifically, the Industrial land use "designation provides for manufacturing, agricultural processing/storage, and closely related uses." The proposed rezone meets the intent of the "Locational Criteria" of the comprehensive plan because the property is located in an area of active industrial uses that features adequate public utilities and land physically suited to industrial activities that are buffered from residential or other potentially incompatible uses. Additionally this development will take advantage of access to Highway 12/1-82 due to its close proximity to those highways. 3 r)0C. INDEX # The comprehensive plan indicates that "Principle uses and density" be industrial, agricultural, research & development, repair, construction businesses, warehouse, and distribution terminals that minimize external impacts to adjacent districts and accessory uses. In this case, the proposed use is an agricultural controlled atmosphere warehouse complex, which meets the intent of the "Principle uses and density" of the comprehensive plan. 4 27 The comprehensive plan states that implementing zoning districts for industrially designated land be M-1, M-2, or AS. The proposed zoning district by this application is M-1 which is consistent with the comprehensive plan. Some select supporting goals and policies for this rezone from the comprehensive plan include: Goal 2.9 — Industrial & Manufacturing areas. Maintain and promote active use of Industrial lands to promote economic growth. Policy 2.9.1 — Develop industrial and manufacturing lands that minimize impacts on surrounding land uses, especially residential land uses... Policy 2.9.2 — Encourage infill and promote efficient utilization of vacant land within areas that are designated for industrial uses. Policy 2.9.7 — Protect industrial and manufacturing lands from encroachment by other land uses, which would reduce the economic viability of industrial lands. 3. Are there adequate public facilities, such as traffic capacity, sewer services, potable water, storm water drainage, schools, fire, and police services, and other public services and infrastructure existing one and around the subject property? Yes, there are adequate public facilities to serve this proposal. The property lies north of River Road, a 3 -lane hard surfaced collector/arterial. The roadway has adequate capacity for future industrial growth and has been designed with this growth in mind. Access to the site is exceptional and can gain access to other major urban arterials and the highway system with ease. The property is served with all other infrastructure including domestic water, sanitary sewer, electricity, telephone and any other needed utilities. Utilities not adjacent to the site can easily be extended to serve these properties. Additionally, the site is protected by the Yakima Police and Fire Departments. Are the existing public facilities capable of supporting the most intensive use of the new (requested) zone? If not, what mitigating measures are going to be implemented to address any short falls in public services that may exist? Yes, this property can be served with the existing facilities capable of supporting the most intensive uses, as the site is served by a 27 -inch waste water main and 12 -inch water main. Other smaller (8 inch and 12 inch) water/sewer lines are also located in the immediate area, which ensures adequate fire protection and waste water disposal. If any service or facility deficiency exists in the delivery of services to this property, necessary mitigation will take place by the developer to ensure adequate public services and facilities are in place at his/her/their expense through future SEPA and land use concurrency requirements, upon the development of the property. 4. How is the proposed zone change compatible with the existing neighboring uses? The proposed zone change is compatible with existing neighboring uses because surrounding properties that lie to the north, east and south are currently zoned Light Industrial and consist of vacant industrial land, fruit processing facilities/storage and other light industrial type retail storage and service DOC. INDEX 5 28 establishments. Property to the west contains a commercial fueling station, which is more similar to an industrial use than a commercial use. Based on these factors, the proposed zone change is compatible with existing neighboring uses. Because the intended use is similar to many surrounding uses, there is consistency between the existing and proposed uses. Compatibility can be maintained through project permitting and additional site specific plan review. This will ensure compatibility between existing uses and future uses which can be expected to be constructed on the surrounding properties within the adjacent zoning districts. What mitigating measures are planned to address incompatibility, such as site screening, buffering building design, open space, traffic flow alteration, etc.? No mitigation is proposed as part of this rezone request. However, appropriate mitigation is built into the SEPA and zoning codes through regular site plan approval once a specific project is proposed. Required mitigation to address compatibility would be implemented at that time. 5. What is the public need for the proposed change? The public need arises from the fact that expansion within some existing zoning districts does not exist. This occurs when all or most of the available land in that district is developed or not available for sale. Thus, existing businesses and industries have nowhere to expand. This is the case in this general area to meet the public need, this property owner has gone through two comprehensive plan updates and a zoning request to create an area large enough to expand the industrial zoning district to expand their fruit storage facilities. In this instance, the proposed comprehensive plan change and rezone will provide an area for this business to expand within the same general locale as their other storage facility. This provides them with efficiency and ease of management, as the two facilities would only be about one-half mile apart. Most importantly, this proposed change keeps the industrial users in an industrial corridor (along River Road) where the City has provided the necessary infrastructure for this specific type of development (i. e. Major arterial roadways, easy access to state highways, adequate water and waste water lines). The public expects successful businesses to expand and remain in Yakima. This rezone meets that public need and perspective, while using the infrastructure provided for it to locate at this location and providing necessary jobs for citizens of the Yakima Valley. D. Yakima Area Comprehensive Plan: The 2040 Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan, Future Land Use Map (Exhibit 2-1) designates this area as Industrial. The M-1 zoning district is an implementing zone of the Comprehensive Plan 2040 designation of Industrial, and is compatible with the following goals and policies (Exhibit 2-2, YCP 2040): Goal 2.9: Industrial and manufacturing areas maintain and promote active use of industrial lands to promote economic growth. Policy 2.9.2 Encourage infill and promote efficient utilization of vacant land within areas that are designated for industrial uses. DOC. NDEX 29 E. Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance: 1. Rezone Defined: Pursuant to YMC § 15.23.010, "From time to time, a change in circumstance or condition may warrant a change in the zoning text or map create by this title. The purpose of this chapter is to establish the procedures to amend the zoning text and/or map when the proposed change would be consistent with the goals, policies, and intent of the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan." 2. M-1 Zoning District Defined: Per YMC § 15.03.020(H) the M-1 zoning district is intended to: IV. FINDINGS 6 a) Establish and preserve areas near designated truck routes, freeways, and the railroad for light industrial uses; and b) Direct truck traffic onto designated truck routes and away from residential streets; and c) Minimize conflicts between uses in the light industrial district and surrounding land uses. The light industrial district provides areas for light manufacturing, processing, research, wholesale trade, storage, and distribution facilities. Uses permitted in this district should not generate noise levels, light, odor, or fumes that would constitute a nuisance or hazard. A. Rezone Approval Criteria: In accordance with the provisions of the YMC § 15.23.030(D)(1-7), recommendations to approve or deny proposed rezones shall include the following consideration: 1. The testimony at the public hearing: A Notice of Application was mailed to SEPA Agencies and all property owners within 300 feet of the subject properties on December 20, 2017, wherein the public was invited to submit written and/or oral comments at the public hearing on this proposed rezone. No comments were submitted during comment period; any testimony at the hearing can be considered by Planning Commission. 2. The suitability of the property in question for uses permitted under the proposed zoning: The subject property is suitable for uses permitted in the M-1 zoning district with proposed future development being incorporated into the neighboring property to the east and north. 3. The recommendation from interested agencies and departments: No agencies or departments have registered any opposition to this rezone. 4. The extent to which the proposed amendments are in compliance with and/or deviate from the goals and policies as adopted in the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan and the intent of this title: The purposed M-1 zoning district is an implementing zone of the Comprehensive Plan 2040 designation of Industrial and is compatible with the proposed request. 5. The adequacy of public facilities, such as roads, sewer, water and other required public services: 30 Along River Road and in the general vicinity are various utilities which are available to serve the property, including City of Yakima sewer; City of Yakima Water, Cascade natural gas; Pacific Power; Centurylink telephone; Charter cable TV; and City of Yakima garbage collection services. City of Yakima Fire and Police departments also serve this area. This property is served by all public utilities necessary to support future development. 6. The compatibility of the proposed zone change and associated uses with neighboring land uses: The rezone proposal to M-1 will allow the subject property to be assimilated into the existing uses in this area. Future development will allow redevelopment of the property to add additional controlled atmosphere storage warehouses. 7. The public need for the proposed change: The public need for this proposed change will bring the property in conformance with other properties to the east and south. The future redevelopment of the property into the controlled atmosphere storage warehouses will provide options of business expansion for the property owner. CONCLUSIONS 1. The Planning Commission has jurisdiction to issue a recommendation on this application to the City Council. 2. The proposed Rezone is consistent with the goals and policies of the Yakima Comprehensive Plan 2040. 3. SEPA review resulted in the issuance of a DNS on January 12, 2018. The appeal period for this determination ended January 26, 2018 — no appeal was filed. 4. No adverse impacts have been identified from granting this approval that cannot be mitigated at the time of future development. 5. Public Notice for this hearing was provided in accordance with zoning ordinance requirements. VI. RECOMMENDATION 7 The Community Development Department recommends APPROVAL of this non -project Rezone request from Large Convenience Center (LCC), to Light Industrial (M-1). DOC. INDEX B-1 SUPER COLD STO' r. GE LLC RZ#006-17 & SEPA#035-17 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER B Vicinity Map Vicinity Map 31 12/11/2017 VICINITY MAP File Number: Project Name: Site Address: RZ#006-17 & SEPA#035-17 SUPER COLD STORAGE LLC 1415 RIVER RD 32 XXXX AIM ilkW P 1 6 ri ninMA iQSt SITE Rrvc r Ind I^h nr&: n —� T I �rfr•Irr, 'le- •I I- v Proposal: Non -project rezone consisting of one 1.96 -acre parcel from Large Convenience Center (LCC) to Light Industrial (M-1). Contact the City of Yakima Planning Division at (509) 575-6183 Map Disclaimer: Information shown on this map is for planning and illustration purposes only. The City of Yakima assumes no liability for any errors, omissions, or inaccuracies in the information provided or for any action taken, or action not taken by the user in reliance upon any maps or information provided herein. Date Created: 12/11/2017 DOC, UEX - 33 SUPER COLD STO' .GE LLC RZ#006-17 & SEPA#035-17 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER C SEPA Checklist 34 ENVIRONMENTAL CHECKLIST STATE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT (SEPA) (AS TAKEN FROM WAC 197-11-960) YAKIMA MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 6.88 PURPOSE SE OF CHECK ST Governmental agencies use this checklist to help determine whether the environmental impacts of your proposal are significant. This information is also helpful to determine if available avoidance, minimization or compensatory mitigation measures will address the probable significant impacts or if an environmental impact statement will he prepared to further analyze the proposal. INSTRUCTIONS FAPPLICANTS This environmental checklist asks you to describe some basic information about your proposal. Please answer each question accurately and carefully, to the best of your knowledge. You may need to consult with an agency specialist or private consultant for some questions. You may use "not applicable" or "does not apply" only when you can explain why it does: not apply and nut when the answer is unknown. You may also attach or incorporate by reference additional studies reports. Complete and accurate answers to these questions often avoid delays with the SEPA process as well as later in the decision- -; making process. The checklist questions apply to all parts of your proposal, even if you plan to do them over a period of time or on different parcels of land. Attach any additional information that will help you describe your proposal or its environmental effects. The agency to which you submit this checklist may ask you to explain your answers or provide additional information reasonably related to determining if there may be significant adverse impac USE OF C..... EC IST FOR NONPROJECT PROPOSALS For non -project proposals (such as ordinances, regulations, plans and programs), complete the applicable parts of sections A and B plus the SUPPLEMENTAL SHEET FOR NONPROJECT ACTIONS (part D). Please completely answer all questions that apply and note that the words "project", "applicant", and "property or site" should be read as "proposal," "proponent," and "affected geographic area," respectively. The lead agency may exclude (for non -projects) questions in Part 13 Environmental Elements — that do not contribute meaningfully to the analysis of the proposal. A. BACKG UN INFORMATION N (To be completed by the applicant.) 1. Name Of Proposed Project (If Applicable): Not applicable. 2. Applicant's Name & Phone: Bill Hordan, Hordan Planning Services Applicant's Address: 410 North Second Street, Yakima, WA 98901 4. Contact Person & Phone: Bill Hordan -- (509) 249-1919 Agency Requesting Checklist: City of Yakima Proposed Timing Or Schedule (Including Phasing, If Applicable): Not applicable, no land use action is proposed as part of this rezone request. Do you have any plans for future additions, expansion, or further activity related to or connected with this proposal? If yes, explain: Yes, upon successful rezoning of the property, controlled atmosphere building will be constructed on the property, . List any environmental information you kno related to this proposal: about that has been prepared, or Il be prepared, d ectly SEPA review was conducted on this property by the City for a Future Land Use Designation change in 2016/17. Revised 08/2017 DEC 1 v ?Of/ CITY OF YAKIMA Page6 D 35 A. BACKGROUND INFORMATION (To be completed by the applicant.) 9. Do you know whether applications are pending for governmental approvals of other proposals directly affecting the property covered by your proposal? If yes, explain: No other applications are pending on this property at the time of this application preparation. 10. List any government approvals or permits that will be needed for your proposal, if known: No other permits will be needed. 11. Give a brief, but complete description of your proposal, including the proposed uses and the size of the project and site. There are several questions later in this checklist that ask you to describe certain aspects of your proposal. You do not need to repeat those answers on this page. (Lead agencies may modify this form to include additional specific information on project description.): The proposal is a non -project rezone of about 2 acres from Large Convenience Center (LCC) to Light Industrial (M-1) to be consistent with the underlying comprehensive plan land use designation of Industrial. 12. Location of the proposal. Give sufficient information for a person to understand the precise location of your proposed project, including a street address, if any, and section, township, and range, if known. If a proposal would occur over a range of area, provide the range or boundaries of the site(s). Provide a legal description, site plan, vicinity map, and topographic map, if reasonably available. While you should submit any plans required by the agency, you are not required to duplicate maps or detailed plans submitted with any permit applications related to this checklist: The property lies on the north side of River Road approximately 800 feet east of North 16th Avenue, within the City of Yakima. The address of the property is 1415 River Road - Assessor's Parcel Number 181313-22010. TiECEIVED DEC 20iy CITY OF YAKIIVIA QL.LV Revised 08/2017 Page I 7 DOC. INDEX B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS (To be completed by the applicant) Earth a. General description of the site (✓ one): flat ❑ rolling❑ hilly El steep s mountainous b. What is the steepest slope on the site (approximate percent slope)? Less than 2 percent. c What general types of soils are found on the site (for example, clay, sand, gravel, peat, muck)? If you know the classification of agricultural soils, specify them and note any agricultural land of long-term commercial significance and whether the proposal results in removing any of these soils. According to the Soil Survey of Yakima County Area Washington, the soil is classified as Yakima Silt Loam, which is prime farmland. No soil will be removed from the site as part of this request. . Are there surface indications or history of unstable soils in the immediate vicinity? If so, describe. No. e. Describe the purpose, type, total area, and approximate quantities and total affected area of any filling, excavation, and grading proposed. Indicate source of fill. No filling, excavation or grading is proposed as part of this rezone request. f. Could erosion occur as a result of clearing, construction, or use? If so, generally describe. No. g. About what percent of the site will be covered with impervious surfaces after project construction (for example, asphalt or buildings)? Not applicable, no project is being proposed. h. Proposed measures to reduce or control erosion, or other impacts to the earth, if any: None needed, none proposed. . Air a. What types of emissions to the air would result from the proposal during construction, operation, and maintenance when the project is completed? If any, generally describe and give approximate quantities if known. Not applicable, no emissions to the air will occur from this rezone request. b. Are there any off-site sources of emissions or odor that may affect your proposal? If so, generally describe. None known by the applicant. c. Proposed measures to reduce or control emissions or other impacts to air, if any: None needed, none proposed. . Water a. Surface Water Revised 08/2017 ENE) DEC 1 Z®i1 CITY OF YAKIMA 36 Space Reserved for Agency Comments Page 8 OC. INDEX 37 B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS (To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments 1. Is there any surface water body on or in the immediate vicinity of the site (including year-round and seasonal streams, saltwater, lakes, ponds, wetlands)? If yes, describe type and provide names. If appropriate, state what stream or river it flows into. The Naches River lies approximately 3,000 feet to the north & Lake Aspen approximately 2,000 feet to the northwest. 2. Will the project require any work over, in, or adjacent to (within 200 fee described waters? If yes, please describe and attach available plans. Not applicable, there is no project proposed for the property as part of this rezone request. he 3 Estimate the amount of fill and dredge material that would be placed in or removed from surface water or wetlands and indicate the area of the site that would be affected. Indicate the source of fill material. Not applicable. 4, Will the proposal require surface water withdrawals or diversions? Give general description, purpose, and approximate quantities if known. No, 5. Does the proposal lie within a 100 -year floodplain? If so, note location on the site plan. No. Does the proposal involve any discharges of waste materials to surface waters? If so, describe the type of waste and anticipated volume of discharge. No. b. Ground Water 1 Will groundwater be withdrawn from a well for drinking water or other purposes? If so, give a general description of the well, proposed uses and approximate quantities withdrawn from the well. Will water be discharged to groundwater? Give general description, purpose, and approximate quantities if known. Not applicable, there is no project proposal as part of this rezone request. 2. Describe waste material that will be discharged into the ground from septic tanks or other sources, if any (for example: Domestic sewage; industrial, containing the following chemicals...; agricultural; etc.). Describe the general size of the system, the number of such systems, the number of houses to be served (if applicable), or the number of animals or humans the system(s) are expected to serve. Not applicable, there is no project proposal as part of this rezone request. c. Water Runoff (including stormwater) Revised 08/2017 7iECEiVED DEC 1 i Z017 CITY OF YAKIMA DIV Page19 DOC. iNDEX B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS (To be completed by the applicant) Describe the source of runoff (including storm water) and method of collection and disposal, if any (include quantities, if known). Where will this water flow? Will this water flow into other waters? If so, describe. Not applicable, there is no project as part of this rezone request. 2 Could waste materials enter ground or surface waters? If so, generally describe. Not applicable, there is no project as part of this rezone request. 3 Does the proposal alter or otherwise affect drainage patterns in the vicinity of the site? If so, describe. The land will not be altered as part of this rezone request. d. Proposed measures to reduce or control surface, ground, and runoff water, and drainage pattern impacts, if any: None needed, none proposed. 4. Plants a. Check (v') types of vegetation found on the site: Deciduous Tree: Evergreen Green: Wet Soil Plants: Water Plants: 0 Alder Fir 0 Shrubs 0 Cattail 0 Milfoil Maple fl Cedar 0 Grass Buttercup fl Eelgrass fl Aspen El Pine fl Pasture Bullrush El Water Lily Other types of vegetation - WEEDS op Or Grain EjSkunk Cabbage b. What kind and amount of vegetation will be removed or altered? No vegetation will be removed as part of this rezone request. c. List threatened or endangered species known to be on or near the site. None known by the applicant or property owner. 0 Other LI Other OOrchards, vineyards, or other permanent crops, Other 0 Other d. Proposed landscaping, use of native plants, or other measures to preserve or enhance vegetation on the site, if any: Not applicable, no project proposed as part of this rezone request. e. List all noxious weeds and invasive species known to be on or near the site. None known by applicant or property owner. 5, Animals a. List any birds or other animals which have been observed on or near the site or are known to be on or near the site. Examples include: birds: hawk, heron, eagle, onoirds tePti.411-- mammals: deer, hear, elk, 'cover, other: fish: bass, salmon, trout, herring„shellfish, other b. List any threatened or endangered species known to be on or near the site. None known by the applicant or property owner. Revised 08/2017 4 .4 474 DEC 1 i 2017 CITY OF YAKIMA 1791 38 Space Reserved for Agency Comments Page 10 DOC. INDEX # C 39 B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS (To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments c. Is the site part of a migration route? If so, explain. No, d. Proposed measures to preserve or enhance wildlife, if any: None needed, none proposed. e. List any invasive animal species known to be on or near the site. None known by the applicant or property owner. 6. Energy and Natural Resources a. What kinds of energy (electric, natural gas, oil, wood stove, solar) will be used to meet the completed project's energy needs? Describe whether it will be used for heating, manufacturing, etc. No energy is needed or will be used as part of this rezone request. . Would your project affect the potential use of solar energy by adjacent properties? If so, generally describe. No. c. What kinds of energy conservation features are included in the plans of this proposal? List other proposed measures to reduce or control energy impacts, if any: None needed, none proposed. . Environmental Health No. a. Are there any environmental health hazards, including exposure to toxic chemicals, risk of fire and explosion, spill, or hazardous waste, that could occur as a result of this proposal? If so, describe. 1. Describe any known or possible contamination at the site from present or past uses. None known by the applicant or property owner. 2. Describe existing hazardous chemicals/conditions that might affect project development and design. This includes underground hazardous liquid and gas transmission pipelines located within the project area and in the vicinity. Not applicable, no hazardous chemicals or conditions will exist as a result of this rezone request. 3. Describe any toxic or hazardous chemicals that might be stored, used, or produced during the project's development or construction, or at any time during the operating life of the project. Not applicable, no toxic or hazardous chemicals will exist as a result of this rezone request. 4. Describe special emergency services that might be required. No special emergency services are required for this rezone application. 5. Proposed measures to reduce or control environmental health hazards, if any: No need, none proposed. Noise 1. What types of noise exist in the area, which may affect your project (for example: traffic, equipment, operation, other)? No known noise exists in the area which would affect this rezone application. Revised 08/2017 DEC 1 2[Y7 CITY OF YAKIMA r!1/ Page 11 DOC. NDEX # B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS (To be completed by the applicant) 2. What types and levels of noise would be created by or associated with the project on a short-term or a long-term basis (for example: traffic, construction, operation, other)? Indicate what hours noise would come from the site. The rezoning of this property will not create any noise. 3. Proposed measures to reduce or control noise impacts, if any. None needed, none proposed. 8. Land and Shoreline Use a. What is the current use of the site and adjacent properties? Will the proposal affect current land uses on nearby or adjacent properties? If so, describe. The use is residential, commercial and indoor/outdoor storage. No other lands will be affected. b Has the project site been used as working farmlands or working forest lands? If so, describe. How much agricultural or forest land of long-term commercial significance will be converted to other uses as a result of the proposal, if any? If resource lands have not been designated, how many acres in farmland or forest land tax status will be converted to nonfarm or nonforest use? The current property owner is not aware of this property being used for working farmland/forest land of long-term commercial significance. 1. Will the proposal affect or be affected by surrounding working farm or forest land normal business operations, such as oversize equipment access, the application of pesticides, tilling, and harvesting? If so, how: This is an urban area, there are no surrounding working farm/forest operations in the immediate area. c. Describe any structures on the site. 2 houses, a commercial office building, two indoor storage units. d. Will any structures be demolished? If so, what? No structures will be demolished as part of this rezone request. e. What is the current zoning classification o the site? Large Convenience Center f. What is the current comprehensive plan designation of the site? Industrial g. If applicable, what is the current shoreline master program designation ofthe site? Not applicable. . Has any part of the site been classified as a critical area by the city or county? If so, specify. No. i. Approximately how many people would reside or work in the completed project? No new people will work or reside at the as a result of this rezone request. j. Approximately how many people would the completed project displace? No persons will be displaced as a result of this rezone request. Revised 08/2017 LJ C v. 40 Space Reserved for Agency Comments B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS (To be completed by the applicant) k. Proposed measures to avoid or reduce displacement impacts, if any. None needed, none proposed. 41 Space Reserved for Agency Comments 1. Proposed measures to ensure the proposal is compatible with existing and projected land uses and plans, if any: Compliance with Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan and Zoning Ordinance. m. Proposed measures to ensure the proposal is compatible with nearby agricultural and forest lands of long-term commercial significance, if any: Not applicable, there are no nearby agricultural/forest lands. 9. Housing a. Approximately how many units would be provided, if any? Indicate whether high, middle, or low-income housing. Not applicable, no housing is being provided as part of this rezone application. b. Approximately how many units, if any, would be eliminated? Indicate whether high, middle, or low-income housing. Not applicable. c. Proposed measures to reduce or control housing impacts, if any: None needed, none proposed. 10. Aesthetics a. What is the tallest height of any proposed structure(s), not including antennas; what is the principal exterior building material(s) proposed? Not applicable, no structures are proposed. b. What views in the immediate vicinity would be altered or obstructed? No views in the immediate area will be altered or obstructed as part of this rezone application. c. Proposed measures to reduce or control aesthetic impacts, if any: None needed, none proposed. 11. Light and Glare a. What type of light or glare will the proposal produce? What time of day would it mainly occur'? No lighting or glare will be produced as part of this rezone application. b. Could light or glare from the finished project be a safety hazard or interfere with views? Not applicable. c. What existing off-site sources of light or glare may affect your proposal? There are no no known sources of off-site light or glare which would affect this rezone proposal. d. Proposed measures to reduce or control light and glare impacts, if any: None needed, none proposed. 12. Recreation Revised 08/2017 DEC :I, 1 201/ CITY OF YAKIMA (Lk:IL Page 13 Doc. INDEX B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS (To be competed by tbe applicant) 42 Space Reserved or Agency Comments a. What designated and informal recreational opportunities are in the immediate vicinity? The Yakima Greenway lies app. 2,500 north of the site and Elks Park is app.1,200 feet to the SW. b. Would the proposed project displace any existing recreational uses? If so, describe. No recreational activities will be displaced as part of this rezone application. c. Proposed measures to reduce or control impacts on recreation, including recreation opportunities to be provided by the project or applicant, if any: None needed, none proposed. 13. Historic and Cultural Preservation a. Are there any buildings, structures, or sites, located on or near the site that are over 45 years old listed in or eligible for listing in national, state, or local preservation registers located on or near the site? If so, specifically describe. None known by the applicant or property owner. b. Are there any landmarks, features, or other evidence of Indian or historic use or occupation? This may include human burials or old cemeteries. Are there any material evidence, artifacts, or areas of cultural importance on or near the site? Please list any professional studies conducted at the site to identify such resources. None known by the applicant or property owner. c. Proposed measures to avoid, minimize, or compensate for loss, changes to, and disturbance to resources. Please include plans for the above and any permits that may be required. None needed, none proposed. 14. Transportation a. Identify public streets and highways serving the site or affected geographic area and describe proposed access to the existing street system. Show on site plans, if any. River Road fronts on the south and connects to other arterials and the state highway system. b. Is the site or affected geographic area currently served by public transit? If so, generally describe. If not, what is the approximate distance to the nearest transit stop? The site is served with transit by the City of Yakima via River Road. c. How many parking spaces would the completed project or non -project proposal have? How many would the project or proposal eliminate? Not applicable, there is no project. d. Will the proposal require any new or improvements to existing roads, streets, pedestrian bicycle or state transportation facilities, not including driveways? If so, generally describe (indicate whether public or private). Not applicable, there is no project proposed as part of this rezone application. e. Will the project or proposal use (or occur in the immediate vicinity of) water, rail, or air transportation? If so, generally describe. There is a railroad line about 800 feet south of the site. This rezone request will not affect it. Revised 08/2017 DEC 1 7 20i/ OITY OF YAKIMA 43 B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS (To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved far Agency Comments f. How many vehicular trips per day would be generated by the completed project or proposal? If known, indicate when peak volumes would occur and what percentage of the volume would be trucks (such as commercial and non -passenger vehicles). What data or transportation models were used to make these estimates? Not applicable, there is no project associated with this rezone request. g. Will the proposal interfere with, affect or be affected by the movement of agricultural and forest products on roads or streets in the area? If so, generally describe: This rezone request will not affect agricultural/forest vehicle movement in the area. h. Proposed measures to reduce or control transportation impacts, if any: None needed, none proposed. 15. Public Services a. Would the project result in an increased need for public services (for example: fire protection, police protection, public transit, health care, schools, other)? If so, generally describe: No. b. Proposed measures to reduce or control direct impacts on public services, if any. None needed, none proposed. 16. Utilities a. Circle utilities currently available at the site; natural gas water #rettise service system, other telephone sanitary SeWb1 septic b Describe the utilities that are proposed for the project, the utility providing the service, and the general construction activities on the site or in the immediate vicinity which might be needed. Not applicable as there is no project at this time. C. SIGNATURE (To be completed by the applicant.) The above answers are true and complete to the best of my knowledge. I understand that the lead agency is relying on them to make its decision. Propery 0 er or Agent Signature Name of Signee Position and Agency/Organization PLEASE CO P LETE SECTION "D" ON T IF ERE IS NO PROJECT RELATED TO THIS EN Revised 08/2017 NEXT PAGE ON NTAL REVIEW EGEWEU DEC 1 20i7 CCTV OF YAKIMA r..74,11 Pagel 15 EQC. INDEX # C D. SUPPLEMENTAL SHEET FOR NONPROJECT ACTIONS (To be completed by the applicant.) (IT IS NOT NECESSARY to use this sheet for project actions) I3ecause these questions are very general, it may be helpful to read them in conjunction with the list of the elements of the environment. When answering these questions, be aware of the extent the proposal, or the types of activities that would likely result from the proposal, would affect the item at a greater intensity or at a faster rate than if the proposal were not implemented. Respond briefly and in general terms. 1. How would the proposal be likely to increase discharge to water; emissions to air; production, storage, or release of toxic or hazardous substances; or production of noise? An actual project on the property could increase the items listed above. Proposed measures to avoid or reduce such increases are: Future site plan approval, additional SEPA Review and compliance with local ordinances will determine actual impacts that need to be mitigated. 2. How would the proposal be likely to affect plants, animals, fish, or marine life? This proposal will have no affect on plants, animals, fish or marine life. Proposed measures to protect or conserve plants, animals, fish, or marine life are: Conservation of the above would be reviewed through additional SEPA Review and local, state and federal regulations. 3. How would the proposal be likely to deplete energy or natural resources? Not applicable, no energy or natural resources will be depleted by this application or future development of the property. Proposed measures to protect or conserve energy and natural resources are: None needed, none proposed. 4. How would the proposal be likely to use or affect environmentally sensitive areas or areas designated (or eligible or under study) for governmental protection; such as parks, wilderness, wild and scenic rivers, threatened or endangered species habitat, historic or cultural sites, wetlands, floodplains, or prime farmlands? Not applicable, there are no designated environmentally sensitive areas or animals associated with this property. Proposed measures to protect such resources or to avoid or reduce impacts are: None needed, none proposed. 5. How would the proposal be likely to affect land and shoreline use, including whether it would allow or encourage land or shoreline uses incompatible with existing plans? The proposal will not affect shorelines, as there are none associated with this project. Future land use development will be dictated by local, state and federal agencies and ordinances. Proposed measures to avoid or reduce shoreline and land use impacts are: Compliance with local, state and federal ordinances will ensure protection occurs. 6. How would the proposal be likely to increase demands on transportation or public services and utilities? New development would likely increase traffic on the roadway system, services and utilties. Proposed measures to reduce or respond to such demand(s) are: Any new development would be required to meet GMA concurrency requirements, Identify, if possible, whether the proposal may conflict with local, state, or federal laws or requirements for the protection of the environment, No conflicts are anticipated by this non -project rezone or future development of the property. Revised 03/2017 L JI DEC 1 2017 OrTY OF VAKftry b 44 Space Reserved For Agency Comments Page 16 45 SUPER COLD STO ' : GE LLC RZ#006-17 & SEPA#035-17 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER D Application LAND USE APPLICATION C11'Y OF YAKIMA,DEPAR TMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 129 NORTH SECOND STREET, 2ND FLOOR, YAKIMA, WA 98901 PIIONE: (509) 575-6183 EMAIL: ask.planning@yakimawa.gov 46 RECEIVED DEC ' 20 CITY OF YAKIMA FLA.. NSTRUCTIONS - PLEASE READ RST Please type or print your ans c y Answer all questions completely. If you have any questions abut khis forrst°or the ittnprocess, pinasd ask a Planner. Remember to bring all necessary attachments and the required filing fee when the application is submitted. The Planning Division cannot accept an application unless it is complete and the filing fee paid. Filing fees are not refundable. This application consists of four parts. PART I - GENERAL INFORMATION AND PART IV — CERTIFICATION are on this page PARI' II and III contain additional inform to spc., to your proposal and MUST be attached to thispage to complete the applipat AII'I" 1 1-N1aRAL INI'`ORMATION 1. Applicant's [nformation: 2. Applicant's Interest in Propert N Hordan_Planning Services iling Address; 410 N. 2nd Str City: a' Check Check One: ❑ Owner 3. Property Owner's Information (If othe than Applicant): 1Name: 'Mailing Address: City: A p:; 9890 P 0 509 249-1919 Supercold Storage LLC Yakima S 4. Subject Property's Assessor's ParcelNumh 181313-22010 5. Legal Description See Attached Prop Y. ng y, please attach it on a separate document 6.' Property Address: 1415 River Rd Yakima WA 98902 7. Property's Existing Zonin SR ❑ R-1 ❑ R-2 ❑ R-3 ❑ B-1 ❑ 13-2 ❑ I113 ❑ SCC ®,LCC ❑ CBD ❑ GC - AS ❑ RD - M-1 ❑ M-2 8. Type Of Application: (Check All That Apply) Rezone ❑ Comprehensive Plan Text or Map f Environmental Checklist (SEPA Amendment Review) ❑ Other: ❑ Other: 0 Transportation Concurrency Master Application (select if submitting two or more applications under Title 15) PART II — SUPPLEMENTAL APPLICATION, PART III REQUIRED ATTACHMENTS PART 9. SEE ATTACIIED SII EE"I'S PART V — CERT 0. 1 certify that "t CATION ion and the required attachments are Date Ap lican#'.; (graaltire FILE/APPLICATION 2 -1( Date o the hest of my knowledge. Revised 08/2017 Page 3 DOC. INDEX LEGAL DESC T ON 181313-22010 - The south 220 feet of the west 396 feet of the east 790.4 feet of the Northwest 1/4 of the Northwest 'A of Section 13, Township 13 North, ' ge 18 E.W.M., EXCEPT road right-of-way along the south. RECEIVED DEC 1 1 2017 CITY OF YAKIMA I DIV 48 CITY er YAKIMA, cInning Supplemental Application For: REZONES YAKIMA MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 15.23 PART - APPLICATION INFORMATION 1. EXISTING ZONING OF SUBJECT PROPERTY: [1SR [1R-1 [1R-2 [1R-3 [18-1 B-2 0 IIB SCC LCC CBD 0 GC [IAS [IRD [IM -1 []M-2 2. DESIRED ZONING OF SUBJECT PROPERTY: 0 SR 0 R-1 0 R-2 Ej R-3 0 13-1 0 B-2 0118 SCC LCC CBD O GC 0 AS [1RD M-1 M-2 3. ZONING OF ADJOINING PROPERTY (check all that apply): Ej SR []R -I 0 R-2 [IR -3 0 B-1 [1 8-2 E1HB SCC LCC CBD 0 GC AS El RD 1 M-1 -2 4. EXISTING FUTURE LAND USE DESIGNATION: 0 Low Density Residential 0 Mixed Residential 0 Community Mixed -Use DCommercia Mixed -Use CBD Commercial Core 0 Regional Commercial l] Industrial S. PROPOSED FUTURE LAND USE DESIGNATION: Is there a proposed change to the Future Land Use Map? - NO If so what is the proposed future land use designation? Lill Low Density Residential LIiJ CBD Commercial Core Mixed Residential 1:1 Community Mixed -Use 0 Commercial Mixed -Use 0 Regional Commercial rj Industrial 6. PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES AVAILABLE: M Transportation •Rights -Of -Way I Police And Fire Protection Parks And Trails Schools El Water J Sewer J Storm Drainage 0 Electricity It Natural Gas a Telephone (#1. Cable TV PART III - IU Q1 ATTACHMENTS 7, WRITTEN NARRATIVE (required): (stating the reason for the request for the rezone, explaining how the proposed amendment meets the proposed rezone request) 8. ENVIRONMENTAL CHECKLIST (required): 9. TRAFFIC CONCURRENCY (may be required): 10. SITE PLAN (required if the rezone is associated with land use development): 11. AUTHORIZATION; 1 hereby authorize authoriLe the submitt 1 ofthis Rezone or Text Amendment Application to the City of Yakima for review. Property Owner Signature (required) Date Note: if you have any questions about this process, please contact us City of Yakima, Planning Division, 129 N. 2nd St., Yakima, WA or 509-575-6183 RECEIVED DEC E ZOE/ CITY OF YAKIMA PUEDE ID DIV Revised 08/2017 49 Supplemental Application For: REZONES YAKIA MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 15.23 annm PART IV - NA ' TIVE A. How is the subject property suitable for uses permitted under the proposed zoning? SEE ATTACHED WRITTEN NARRATIVE FOR ANSWERS TO ALL QUESTIONS ON THIS APPLICATION. What is the status of existing land use? B. How is the rezone request in compliance with and/or how does the request deviate from the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan? C. Are there adequate public facilities, such as traffic capacity, sewer services, potable water, stormwater drainage, schools, fire and police services, and other public services and infrastructure existing on and around the subject property? Are the existing public facilities capable of supporting the most intensive use of the new (requested) zone? if not, what mitigating measures are going to he implemented to address any short falls in public services that may exist? D. How is the proposed zone change compatible with the existing neighboring uses? What mitigating measures are planned to address incompatibility, such as sitescreening, buffering building design, open space traffic flow alteration, etc.? E. What is the public need for the proposed change? Note: if you have any questions about this process, please contact us City of Yakima, Planning Division, 129 N. 2nd St. Yakima, WA or 509-575-6183 Revised 08/2017 RECEIVED DEC 1 , 2017 CITY OF YAKII A LA' .. lV. ®Ge s INDEX PART IV - REZONE NA RECEIVED TIVE DEC 1 I 2017 an OF YAKIMA A. How is the subject property suitable for uses permitted under the proposed zoning? The property is well suited for all Light Industrial uses permitted under the proposed zoning M-1 zoning district. The land is flat and is currently served with all necessary infrastructure, transportation facilities and public services. The property has direct access to River Road on the south and has access to both water and sewer on the south and west sides of the property. Access to the state and federal highway system is located at the north end of North 16th Avenue, which is approximately 2,500 feet to the northwest of the site and easily accessible. The general area currently has industrial uses located within the neighborhood or planned for the neighborhood. In this instance, the adjoining property located to the north and east is currently under the same ownership (as the subject property). It is the intent of the property owner to construct a controlled atmosphere complex on that property as well as this parcel. The complex is currently being designed and will be submitted to the City for review and approval at a later date. Property to the west contains a fueling station for commercial vehicles and property to the south contains an electrical substation and storage units. Property to the east and northeast (beyond the combined ownership discussed above) contains Washington Fruit and Produce Company which has been rezoning adjoining properties to M-1 and constructing similar agriculturally related buildings. The intent behind this rezone is to construct similar type agricultural storage facilities (i.e. controlled atmosphere buildings), as those of Washington Fruit and Produce Company, if the rezone is successful. The proposed rezonc is to benefit and compliment an existing storage facility which is under this same ownership located approximately one-half mile to the west North 20' Ave & River Road). This rezone provides that business the opportunity to cluster their storage facilities in a single area, which helps them coordinate their business in an efficient manner. The project also benefits the City of Yakima by concentrating industrial uses in a single location, which use and require industrial -type infrastructure. The City has provided the necessary infrastructure to this site such as roads, water and sewer and this project will that infrastructure for its intended use. Additionally, industrial uses like this provide well paying jobs, which are also desirable for the community. What is the status of the existing land use? The subject property consists of approximately 2 acres. The property currently contains two residences, a commercial office, storage sheds and an outdoor storage area. All urban services and facilities are available to the property, or can easily be extended to the property, as needed. RECEritED DEC 1 201/ CITY OF YAKIMA t rri, B. How is the rezone request in compliance with and/or how does the request deviate from the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan? The rezone request is in compliance with the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan because it meets the intent of the text of the plan as it deals with the Industrial definition. Specifically, the Industrial land use "designation provides for manufacturing, agricultural processing/storage, and closely related uses". The proposed rezone meets the intent of the "Locational Criteria" of the comprehensive plan because the property is located in an area of active industrial uses that features adequate public utilities and land physically suited to industrial activities that are buffered from residential or other potentially incompatible uses. Additionally, this development will take advantage of access to Highway 12/1-82 due to its close proximity to those highways. The comprehensive indicates that "Principle uses and density" be industrial, agricultural, research & development, repair, construction businesses, warehouse, and distribution terminals that minimize external impacts to adjacent districts and accessory uses. In this case, the proposed use is an agricultural controlled atmosphere warehouse complex, which meets the intent of the "Principle uses and density" of the comprehensive plan. The comprehensive plan states that implementing zoning districts for Industrially designated land be M-1, M-2 or AS. The proposed zoning district by this application is M-1 which is consistent with the comprehensive plan. Some select supporting goals and policies for this rezone from the comprehensive plan include: Goal 2.9 — lndusrial & Manufacturing areas. Maintain and promote active use of Industrial lands to promote economic growth. Policy 2.9.1 — Develop industrial and manufacturing lands that minimize impacts on surrounding land uses, especially residential land uses......., Policy 2.9.2 — Encourage infill and promote efficient utilization of vacant land within areas that are designated for industrial uses. Policy 2.9.7 — Protect industrial and manufacturing lands from encroachment by other land uses, which would reduce the economic viability of industrial lands. DOC. NDEX C. Are there adecjuate public facilities, such as traffic capacity, sewer services, potable water, storniwater drainage, schools, fire and police services, and other Public services and infrastructure existing on the and around the subject property? Yes, there are adequate public facilities to serve this proposal. The property lies north of River Road, a 3 -lane hard surfaced collector/arterial. The roadway has adequate capacity for future industrial growth and has been designed with this growth in mind. Access to the site is exceptional and can gain access to other major urban arterials and the highway system with ease. The property is served with all other infrastructure including domestic water, sanitary sewer, electricity, telephone and any other needed utilities. Utilities not adjacent to the site can easily be extended to serve these properties. Additionally, the site is protected by the Yakima Police and Fire Departments. Are the existing public facilities capable of supporting the most intensive use of the new (requested) zone? If not, what mitigating measures are going to be implemented to address any short falls in public services that may exist? RECEIVED 52 DEC 1! 2 017 CW YAKIMA PLANNING DAN Yes, this property can be served with the existing facilities capable of supporting the most intensive uses, as the site is served by a 27 -inch waste water main and 12 -inch water main. Other smaller (8 -inch & 12 -inch) water/sewer lines are also located in the immediate area, which ensures adequate fire protection and waste water disposal. If any service or facility deficiency exists in the delivery of services to this property, necessary mitigation will take place by the developer to ensure adequate public services and facilities are in place at his/her/their expense through future SEPA and land use concurrency requirements, upon the development of the property. D. How is the proposed zone change compatible with the existing neighboring uses? The proposed zone change is compatible with existing neighboring land uses because surrounding properties that lie to the north, east and south are currently zoned Light Industrial and consist of vacant industrial land, fruit processing facilities/storage and other light industrial type retail sales, retail storage and service establishments. Property to the west contains a commercial fueling station, which is more similar to an industrial use than a commercial use. Based on these factors, the proposed zone change is compatible with existing neighboring uses. Because the intended use is similar to many surrounding uses, there is consistency between the existing and proposed uses. Compatibility can be maintained through project permitting and additional site specific plan review. This will ensure compatibility between existing uses and future uses which can be expected to be constructed on the surrounding properties within the adjacent zoning districts. DOC. INDEX 53 What mitigating measures are planned to address incompatibility, such as sitescreening, buffering building design, open space, traffic flow alteration, etc.? No mitigation is proposed as part of this rezone request. However, appropriate mitigation is built into the SEPA and zoning codes through regular site plan approval once a specific project is proposed. Required mitigation to address compatibility would be implemented at that time. E. What is the public need for the proposed change? The public need arises from the fact that expansion within some existing zoning districts does not exist. This occurs when all or most of the available land in that district is developed or not available for sale. Thus, existing businesses and industries have nowhere to expand. This is the case in this general area. To meet the public need, this property owner has gone through two comprehensive plan updates and a zoning request to create an area large enough to expand the industrial zoning district to expand their fruit storage facilities. In this instance, the proposed comprehensive plan change and rezone will provide an area for this business to expand within the same general locale as their other storage facility. This provides them with efficiency and ease of management, as the two facilities would only be about one-half mile apart. Most importantly, this proposed change keeps the industrial users in an industrial corridor (along River Road) where the City has provided the necessary infrastructure for this specific type of development (i.e. major arterial roadways, easy access to state highways, adequate water and waste water lines). The public expects successful businesses to expand and remain in Yakima. This rezone meets that public need and perspective, while using the infrastructure provided for it to locate at this location and providing necessary jobs for citizens of the Yakima Valley. RECEIVED DEC 1 / 2017 CITY OF YAKIMA LJ DOC, INDEX Oop 711 Wi COMMUN[TY DEV E L ,,PM ENT DEPARTMENT Planning Division einning 129 N 2nd St. (2nd floor) Yakima, WA 98901 (509) 575-6183 / www.buildingyakima.com / Payer/Payee: HORDAN PLANNING SERVICES 410 N 2ND ST YAKIMA WA 98901 54 Receipt Number: CR -17-007109 Cashier: JULIA CRUZ Payment Type: CHECK (14043) Date: 12/11/2017 RZ#006-17 PLANNING - REZONE 1415 RIVER RD Fee Description Rezone RZ#006-17 TOTALS: Fee Amount Amount Paid $1,610.00 $1,610.00 $1,610.00 $1,610.00 Fee Balance $0.00 $0.00 SEPA#035-17 PLANNING -SEPA ENVIRONMENTAL 1415 RIVER RD REVIEW Fee Description SEPA Environmental Review SEPA#035-17 TOTALS: TOTAL PAID: Fee Amount Amount Paid $265.00 $265.00 $265.00 $265.00 Fee Balance $0.00 $0.00 Transaction Summary Trans Code BARS # Amount Due 001 8952217 001.8952217 001 8954503 001.8954503 Printed 12/11/2017 13:19:00 by Julia Cruz $265.00 $1,610.00 $1,875.00 $1,875.00 DOC. INDEX Page 1 of 1 E-1 SUPER COLD STORAGE LLC RZ#006-17 & SEPA#035-17 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER E Notices Notice of Complete Application 55 12/15/2017 E-2 Land Use Action Installation Certificate 12/15/2017 E-3 Notice of Application, SEPA & Public Hearing E -3a: Legal Notice E -3b: Press Release and Distribution Email E -3c: Parties and Agencies Notified E -3d: Affidavit of Mailing 12/20/2017 E-4 Notice of Determination of Non -Significance E -4a: Parties and Agencies Notified E -4b: Affidavit of Mailing 01/12/2018 E-5 YPC Agenda and Packet Distribution List 02/07/2018 E-6 YPC Agenda & Sign -In Sheet 02/14/2018 E-7 Notice of Yakima Planning Commission's Recommendation (See DOC INDEX#AA-1 for YPC Recommendation) E -7a: Parties and Agencies Notified E -7b: Affidavit of Mailing 03/01/2018 E-8 Agenda Statement: Set Date of City Council Public Hearing 03/06/2018 E-9 E40 Letter of Transmittal to City Clerk: City Council Hearing (mailing labels and vicinity map) City Council Public Hearing Notice 03/07/2018 03/13/2018 CITY PLANNING OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK 129 North Second Street Yakima, Washington 98901 Phone (509) 575-6037 • Fax (509) 576-6614 CITY OF YAKIMA NOTICE OF CLOSED RECORD PUBLIC HEARING Rezone of Property at 1415 River Road NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Yakima City Council will conduct a Closed Record Public Hearing to consider the Hearing Examiner's recommendation on the application submitted by Supercold Storage LLC to rezone 1415 River Road from Large Convenience Center (LCC) to Light Industrial (M-1) for a non -project rezone. Said closed record public hearing will be held Tuesday, April 3, 2018 at 6:30 p.m., or soon thereafter, in the Council Chambers at City Hall located at 129 North 2nd Street, Yakima, WA. Closed Record Hearing means the public is invited to testify on the existing Hearing Examiner's records but will not be allowed to introduce any new information. Any citizen wishing to comment on this request is welcome to attend the closed record public hearing or contact the City Council in the following manner: 1) Send a letter via regular mail to "Yakima City Council, 129 N. 2"d Street, Yakima, WA 98901'; or, 2) E-mail your comments to citycouncilAvakirnawa.gov. Include in the e-mail subject line, "Supercold Storage rezone." Please also include your name and mailing address. Dated this 13th day of March 2018. Sonya Claar Tee, CMC City Clerk Mailed: March 13, 2018 56 DOC. INDEX VICINITY MAP File Number: Project Name: Site Address: RZ#006-17 & SEPA#035-17 SUPER COLD STORAGE LLC 1415 RIVER RD 57 S1■ iiVx. #,I■ AIM Lt1111►. LI'! T Ur TAICIMA P LIT River Rd oT1117177Th Fr L Proposal: Non -project rezone consisting of one 1.96 -acre parcel from Large Convenience Center (LCC) to Light Industrial (M-1). Contact the City of Yakima Planning Division at (509) 575-6183 Map Disclaimer: Information shown on this map is for planning and illustration purposes only, The City of Yakima assumes no liability for any errors, omissions, or inaccuracies in the information provided or for any action taken, or action not taken by the user in reliance upon any maps or information provided herein. Date Created: 12/11/2017 Doc. INeDX CITY OF YAKIMA, PLANNING DIVISION LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL I, Lisa Maxey, as an employee of the City of Yakima, Planning Division, have transmitted to: Sonya Claar-Tee, City Clerk, by hand delivery, the following documents: Mailing labels for SUPER COLD STORAGE LLC (RZ#006-17 & SEPA#035-17) including all labels for parties of record, property owners within a radius of 300 feet of the subject property, and SEPA agencies 2. One Vicinity Map Signed this Th day of March, 2018. Lisa Maxey Planning Specialist Received By: Date: DOC. INDEX 58 18131322407 CALCOE FEDERAL CREDIT UNION 1209 N 16TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18131322401 CW -I LP 529 E KENNEWICK AVE KENNEWICK, WA 99336 18131322408 59 J & N WYLES LLC PO BOX 2846 YAKIMA, WA 98907 18131322007 LAB INVESTING CORP 17926 W DENTON AVE LITCH FIELD PARK, AZ 85340 18131322016 LINDEROTH & DEINES HOLDING LLC 3804 KERN RD #A YAKIMA, WA 98902 SUPE 151 LO'! 18131323447 PACIFICORP 825 NE MULTNOMAH ST STE 1900 PORTLAND, OR 97232 8131322015 SU' ' OLD STO 151L * KIMA, WA 98908 18131322405 YAKIMA VALLEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 2811 TIETON DR YAKIMA, WA 98902 12 Total Parcels - Super Cold Storage LLC - RZ#006-17 & SEPA#035-17 18131323426 ARLENE & ERIC LIEN LIEN PO BOX 444 YAKIMA, WA 98907 18131323432 JAMES A L FOWLER 3514 SUNSET BEACH DR NW OLYMPIA, WA 98502 60 Parties of Record — Super Cold Storage LLC — RZ#006-17 & SEPA#035-17 Carol Wondrack 5708 W 26th Ave Kennewick, WA 99338 In -House Distribution E-mail List Name Division E-mail Address Carolyn Belles Code Administration Carolyn.Belle{i yaki na . atter Glenn Denman Code Administration GlenteDerrm n@yakunawa.gov Joe Caruso Code Administration Joe.Cares+ a Suzanne DeBusschere Code Administration uzarmetDebusschereQyakimawa: ov Joan Davenport Community Development ern.Ravenport@yakin Dan Riddle Engineering Dan:Riddle .akintava.gov Mike Shane Engineering MilteShanerMyakinutwa.gov Mark Soptich Fire Dept Mark Soptich@yakhaawAgov Jeff Cutter egal Dept JeffCiltter akimamtegov Sara Watkins Legal Dept Watkins t akimawa noire Archie Matthews ONDS Arch le, Matthews@vakimawa. gov Joseph Calhoun Planning Division seph.Calho nt yakimawAgov Chief Rizzi Police Department Dom inic.Rizziayakimawsgdv Scott Schafer Public Works Dept Scott.Schafer tyakimewa.gov Loretta Zammarchi Refuse Division .ZammarchirMyakimaws ov, Randy Layman Refuse Division Randy,. ayrnan@vakenawa.gov Naeem Kara Transit Division N acme a Iaray ak ima wa ago v James Dean Utilities rtemDean r yakiimawa.gov' Dana Kallevig astewater DartAKallevi gvakimatvAgbv Randy Meloy astewater RandmMeloy yakhnawAgbv For the Record/File Revised 0412017 Type of Notice: N'{ File Number: DOC. INDEX 61 Maxey, Lisa From: Maxey, Lisa Sent: Wednesday, March 07, 2018 8:30 AM To: Claar Tee, Sonya Subject: Mailing Labels for Upcoming Council Hearing: Super Cold Storage LLC (RZ#006-17) Hi Sonya, Mailing labels will be delivered to you shortly. Please email the notice to the following distribution groups: In -House Distribution E-mail List updated 04,06,2017, Local Media List 09.21.2017, 8s SEPA Agencies E-mail Distribution List updated 10.23.17 Please also email it to the parties below: Hps410@owestoffiee, net aar704 • 0 ail. corn silvrfx4o(orni.net lakeccp3dyakirnmeom pattrzers90'7@insn.com peter' dsuz. ne86@gmail.com roWmccormickaircentencom cook vOcharter.net Thank you! Lisa M ey Planning Specialist 1 City of Yakima Planning Division Planning Division: (509) 575-6183 Direct Line: (509) 576-6669 - Lis a eyftakirnawa,gov 129 N 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901 #AT 1 %1‘.. Pldh Iffd 1 DOC. INDEX VICINITY MAP File Number: Project Name: Site Address: RZ#006-17 & SEPA#035-17 SUPER COLD STORAGE LLC 1415 RIVER RD 62 ///l l\►\ LtW Plannin'' r Jnl. �l Yi cl .1t4 &AIM Air i RllrVUn NOrI rn ITIS r• i • s i e•1 IC 90'99 (r Proposal: Non -project rezone consisting of one 1.96 -acre parcel from Large Convenience Center (LCC) to Light Industrial (M-1). Contact the City of Yakima Planning Division at (509) 575-6183 Map Disclaimer: Information shown on this map is for planning and illustration purposes only. The City of Yakima assumes no liability for any errors, omissions, or inaccuracies in the information provided or for any action taken, or action not taken by the user in reliance upon any maps or information provided herein. Date Created: 12/11/2017 DOD. INDEX 3/20/2018 Coversheet BUSINESS OF THE CITY COUNCIL YAKIMA, WASHINGTON AGENDA STATEMENT 63 Item No. 8D. For Meeting of: March 6, 2018 ITEM TITLE: Set April 3.2O18.as the date for a closed record public hearing to consider the Yakima Planning Commission's recommendation regaring a rezone application submitted by Supercold Storage LLC for property at 1415 River Road SUBMITTED BY: Joan Davenport, AICP, Community Development Director Joseph Calhoun, Planning Manager Colleda Monick, Assistant Planner (509) 576-6772 SUMMARY EXPLANATION: Supercold Storage LLC submitted a rezone application on December 11, 2017 for a proposed non -project rezone at 1415 River Road that would change the zoning designation for one parcel from Large Convenience Center (LCC) to Light Industrial (M-1). ITEM BUDGETED: NA STRATEGIC PRIORITY: Neighborhood and Community Building APPROVED FOR SUBMITTAL: STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Set date. BOARD/COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: . ATTACHMENTS Description D Vicinity Map_ Su,"""m2/21/2018 Upload Date City Manager Type Backup Material INDEX mtrt 1/1 64 AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING STATE OF WASHINGTON CITY OF YAKIMA RE: RZ#006-17 & SEPA#035-17 Super Cold Storage LLC 1415 River Rd I, Lisa Maxey, as an employee of the City of Yakima Planning Division, have dispatched through the United States Mails, a Notice of Yakima Planning Commission's Recommendation to City Council. A true and correct copy of which is enclosed herewith; that said notice was addressed to parties of record, and that said notices were mailed by me on the 1st day of March, 2018. That I mailed said notices in the manner herein set forth and that all of the statements made herein are just and true. Planning Specialist 18131322407 CALCOE FEDERAL CREDIT UNION 1209 N 16TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18131322401 CW -I LP 529 E KENNEWICK AVE KENNEVV|CK,VVA99336 18131322408 ]&NVVYLESLLC PCJBOX 2846 YAKIMA, WA 98907 65 18131322007 LAB INVESTING CORP 17926 W DENTON AVE LITCH FIELD PARK, AZ 85340 18131322016 LINDEROTH & DEINES HOLDING LLC 3804 KERN RD #A YAKIMA, WA 98902 1322012 18131333447 PACIFICORP 825 NE MULTNOMAH ST STE 1900 PORTLAND, OR 97232 8131322015 OLD STO SUPER 5 D STOR 151 LOW A, WA 98908 KIMA, WA 98908 18131322405 YAKIMA VALLEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 2811 TIETON DR YAKIMA, WA 98902 12 Total Parcels - Super CoId Storage LLC 18131323432 JAMES A L FOWLER 3514 SUNSET BEACH DR NW OLYMPIA, WA 98502 :2042E.S.274;21:2,104494,24:;:21;..42, INDEX Parties of Record — Super Cold Storage LLC — R7,4006-1 & SEPA#035-17 Hordan Planning Services 410 N 2nd St Yakima, WA 98901 hps410( • westoffic .net Name Carolyn Belles Glenn Denman Joe Caruso Suzanne DeBusschere Joan Davenport Dan Riddle Mike Shane Mark Soptich Jeff Cutter Sara Watkins Archie Matthews Joseph Calhoun Chief Rizzi Scott Schafer Loretta Zammarchi Randy Layman Naeem Kara James Dean Dana Kallevig Randy Meloy For the Record/File Super Cold Storage LLC 151 Low Rd Yakima, WA 98908 In -House Distribution E-mail List Division Code Administration Code Administration Code Administration Code Administration Community Development Engineering Engineering Fire Dept Legal Dept Legal Dept ONDS Planning Division Police Department Public Works Dept Refuse Division Refuse Division Transit Division Utilities Wastewater Wastewater Type of Notice: File Number: Date of Mailing: Carol Wondrack 5708 W 26th Ave Kennewick, WA 99338 E-mail Address Carolyn. Belles@yakimawa.gov lents idettmait akiiidawai thy Joe.Carussi akirnawa. StizanneDebtissciteretThyakirnawawov Joan.Davenport@yakiinawa.gov Dan.Riddie akimawa. ov M ike.ShaneAyak imawa.goir Mark;So tich akimawa. toy Jeff,C utter akitnawa.gov Sara.Watkins yakimawavv. Archie.Matthews@yakirnawa.gov Ltase Idsecathourayakimawamov ie.R izv,i@vttk irriawa.gov Swath Schafer akimawa. Loretta,Zatittitarchianyakitriawa.uov Rand la luau Naeem Kara akiinawa. ov akirnawa.i ov James.Pean@yakimawwdov Dana.Kal akitriawai ov Randy.Meloy yakimawa.env t)C flu. copy) -17 66 Revised 04/2017 OC. INDEX # E-7 67 Maxey Lisa From: Maxey, Lisa Sent: Thursday, March 01, 2018 8:29 AM To: Belles, Carolyn; Brown, David; Calhoun, Joseph; Caruso, Joe; Cutter, Jeff; Davenport, Joan; Dean, James; DeBusschere, Suzanne; Denman, Glenn; Desgrosellier, Bob; Ibarra, Rosalinda; Kallevig, Dana; Kara, Naeem; Layman, Randy; Matthews, Archie; Maxey, Lisa; Meloy, Randy; Riddle, Dan; Rizzi, Dominic; Schafer, Scott; Shane, Mike; Soptich, Mark; Watkins, Sara; Zammarchi, Loretta Cc: Monick, Colleda Subject: Notice of YPC Recommendation - Super Cold Storage LLC - RZ#006-17 & SEPA#035-17 Attachments: NOTICE OF YPC RECOMMENDATION_SuperColdStorageLLC - RZ SEPA.PDF Attached is a Notice of the Yakima Planning Commission's Recommendation regarding the above - entitled project. If you have any questions about this proposal please contact assigned planner Colleda Monick at (509) 576-6772 or email to: colleda.monic , akimawa.gov. Thank you! Lisa M ey Planning Specialist 1 City of Yakima Planning Division Planning Division: (509) 575-6183 Direct Line: (509) 576-6669 - Lisa.Maxgyyakkrawaagy 129 N 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901 annir'ig 68 1".4 CITY OF YAKOAA r anning DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOP ENT Planning Division Joan Davenport, AICP, Director 129 North Second Street, 2nd Floor, Yakima, WA 98901 ask.planning@yakimawa.gov • www.yakimawa.gov/services/planning NOTIFICATION OF PLANNING COMMISSION'S RECOMMENDATION TO THE YAKIMA CITY COUNCIL March 1, 2018 On February 28, 2018, the City of Yakima Planning Commission rendered their recommendation on RZ#006-17. The application submitted by Hordan Planning Services on behalf of Super Cold Storage LLC is a proposed non -project rezone consisting of one 1.96 -acre parcel from Large Convenience Center (LCC) to Light Industrial (M-1). The application was reviewed at an open record public hearing held on February 14, 2018. A copy of the Planning Commission's Findings and Recommendation is enclosed. The Planning Commission's Recommendation will be considered by the Yakima City Council in a public hearing to be scheduled. The City Clerk will notify you of the date, time and place of the public hearing. For further information or assistance you may contact Assistant Planner Colleda Monick at (509) 576-6772 at the City of Yakima Planning Division. Colleda Monick Assistant Planner Date of Mailing: March 1, 2018 Enclosures: Planning Commission's Recommendation Yaki a DOC. INDEX ;45, SIGN -IN SHEET City of Yakima Planning Commission City Hall Council Chambers Wednesday February 14, 2018 Beginning at 3:00 p.m. Public Hearing *13 EASE WRITE LEGIBLY* Panning Page 1 02/14/2018 YPC St Csien INDEX # E S S'0.1 DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 70 M Joan Davenport, AICP, Director Planning Division FFIFY OF YAKIMA annin Joseph Calhoun, Manager 129 North Second Street, 2nd Floor, Yakima, WA 98901 ask.planning@yakimawa.gov • www.yakimawa.gov/services/planning City of Yakima Planning Commission PUBLIC HEARING City Hall Council Chambers Wednesday February 14, 2018 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. YPC Members: Chairwoman Patricia Byers, Vice -Chair Al Rose, Bill Cook, Peter Marinace, Jacob Liddicoat, Robert McCormick Council Liaison: Jason White City Planning Staff: Joan Davenport (Community Development Director); Joseph Calhoun (Planning Manager); Eric Crowell (Associate Planner); Trevor Martin (Associate Planner); Colleda Monick (Assistant Planner); Rosalinda Ibarra (Administrative Assistant); and Lisa Maxey (Planning Specialist) Agenda Call to Order 11. Roll Call 111. Staff Announcements IV. Audience Participation V. Approval of Meeting Minutes of January 24, 2018 VL Public Hearing - Rezone Applicant: Hordan Planning Services on behalf of Super Cold Storage LLC File Numbers: RZ#006-17 & SEPA#035-17 Site Address: 1415 River Rd Request: Non -project rezone consisting of one 1.96 -acre parcel from Large Convenience Center (LCC) to Light Industrial (M-1). VII. Continued Discussion on Temporary Worker Housing VIII. Other Business IX. Adjourn Next Meeting: February 28, 2018 DOC. 11.1,1,41: 2015 INDEX Yakima •••-. YPC Staff Report & Packet Distribution List Super Cold Storage LLC RZ#006-17 & SEPA#035-17 YPC PACKET: 71 Al Rose Patricia Byers Bill Cook Siivrfx40@bmenet Patbvers907@ 11.COITI Cook.w©charter.net aar7040Cg ' itrorn Rob McCormick rob@rnccorrnickaircentercom AGENDA & STAFF REPORT ONLY: Hordan Planning Services Hps410@gwestofficextet Jake Liddicoat jakeP3dyakima.com Super Cold Storage LLC 151 Low Rd Yakima, WA 98908 Peter Marinate peterandsuzanne86@gmaiLcom 72 AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING STATE OF WASHINGTON CITY OF YAKIMA RE: RZ#006-17 & SEPA#035-17 Super Cold Storage LLC 1415 River Rd I, Lisa Maxey, as an employee of the City of Yakima Planning Division, have dispatched through the United States Mails, a Notice of DNS. A true and correct copy of which is enclosed herewith; that said notice was addressed to the applicant and all parties of record, that are individually listed on the mailing list retained by the Planning Division, and that said notices were mailed by me on this 12th day of •- 2018. anuSury That I mailed said notices in the manner herein set forth and that all of the statements made herein are just and true. Lisa Maxey Planning Specialist OC. INDEX 18131322407 CALCOE FEDERAL CREDIT UNION 1209 N 16TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18131322401 CW -I LP 529 E KENNEWICK AVE KENNEWICK, WA 99336 18131322408 J & N WYLES LLC PO BOX 2846 YAKIMA, WA 98907 18131322007 LAB INVESTING CORP 17926 W DENTON AVE LITCH FIELD PARK, AZ 85340 18131322016 LINDEROTH & DEINES HOLDING LLC 3804 KERN RD #A YAKIMA, WA 98902 18131322012 COLD STORAGE LLC 151 L Y• v, r a 3 A 98908 18131323447 PACIFICORP 825 NE MULTNOMAH ST STE 1900 PORTLAND, OR 97232 18131322015 S;w* MOLD 15 KIMA, WA 98908 18131322405 YAKIMA VALLEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 2811 TIETON DR YAKIMA, WA 98902 12 Total Parcels - Super Cold Storage LLC - RZ#006-17 & SEPA#035-17 18131323426 ARLENE & ERIC LIEN LIEN PO BOX 444 YAKIMA, WA 98907 18131323432 JAMES A L FOWLER 3514 SUNSET BEACH DR NW OLYMPIA, WA 98502 DOC. INDEX Ahtanum Irrigation District Beth Ann Brulotte, Executive Assistant 10705-B Gilbert Road Yakima, WA 98903-9203 bethb@ahtanurn.net Chamber of Commerce 10 North 9th Street Yakima, WA 98901 charnber@vakima.org Department of Agriculture Kelly McLain PO Box 42560 Olympia, WA 98504 kn,cIi'ar„Wa,:OV 74 Dept of Archaeology & Historic Preservation Greg Griffith or Gretchen Kaehler, Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer P.O. Box 48343 Olympia, WA 98504-8343 Set dah ,wa. ov Department of Commerce Growth Management Services P.O. Box 42525 Olympia, WA 98504-2525 reviewteamPcommerce„wa.gov Department of Ecology Annie Szvetecz, SEPA Policy Lead P.O. Box 47703 Olympia, WA 98504-7703 se.are:ister ecy ws ov seaurnt'ec see.gew ied.white ec ,wov Department of Ecology Gwen Clear, Regional Coordinator 1250 West Alder Street Union Gap, WA 98903 crosmacoorttinator . et Department of Fish and Wildlife Eric Bartrand 1701 South 24th Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Eric,Bartrarid@daweva,eov Scott Downes cifwmaeov Department of Fish and Wildlife SEPA Desk PO Box 43200 Olympia, WA 98504 SEPAdesk@dfw.wa.gov Department of Health Kelly Cooper PO Box 47820 Olympia, WA 98504 Kelly.cooper@doh.wa.gov Department of Natural Resources SEPA Center PO Box 47015 Olympia, WA 98504 sepacenter@dnr.wa.gov Department of Social & Health Services Terri Sinclair -Olson Operations Support and Services Division P.O. Box 45848 Olympia, WA 98504 Terri.Sinclair-OlsonVadshs.wa.Aov Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council -EFSEC Stephen Posner, SEPA Officer PO Box 43172 Olympia, WA 98504-3172 sposner@utc.wa..gov Engineering Division Bob Degrosellier and Brett Sheffield, City Engineer 129 N 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 danaimilevigeevakimawa,gov Nob Hill Water Association Bob Irving, Engineering Technician 6111 Tieton Drive Yakima, WA 98908 bob@nobhillwater.org Office of Rural and Farm Worker Housing Marty Miller 1400 Summitview Ave, Ste# 203 Yakima, WA 98902 Martym2Rorfh,org Parks & Recreation Commission Jessica Logan PO Box 42560 Olympia, WA 98504 Jessica.logan(aparks,wa.gov US Army Corps of Engineers Seattle District Regulatory Branch P.O. Box 3755 Seattle, WA 98124-3755 david.l.moore@usace.army.mil Wastewater Division Marc Cawley or Dana Kallevig 2220 East Viola Ave Yakima, WA 98901 marc.cawf akmawa4ov dana.kallevit akIrnawajggy West Valley School District Angela Watts, Asst, Supt. Of Business & Operations 8902 Zier Road Yakima, WA 98908-9299 wattsa@wvsd208.org WSDOT Paul Gonseth, Planning Engineer 2809 Rudkin Road Union Gap, WA 98903 gonsetpf@wsdoLgov WSDOT South Central Regionl Planning Office Seplanning@wsdoewa.gev Yakama Nation Environmental Mgmt Program Elizabeth Sanchey, Environmental Review Coordinator P.O. Box 151 Toppenish, WA 98948 esanchey@yakama.com WSDOT, Aviation Division Patrick Wright 7702 Terminal St SW Tumwater, WA 98501 Wriehtaeaawsdotwa gee , , Yakama-Klickitat Fisheries Project John Marvin 760 Pence Road Yakima, WA 98909 imarvin@yakamaxom Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Rocco Clark, Environmental Coordinator P.O. Box 632 Toppenish, WA 98948 Rocco.ciarkba jov Yakima Air Terminal Robert Peterson, Airport Asst Manager 2400 West Washington Ave Yakima, WA 98903 roberteterson yakimawa.gov Yakima County Commissioners Commissioners...Nob to. akima,wa,ne Yakima County Health District Ryan lbach, Director of Environmental Health 1210 Ahtanum Ridge Dr Ste#200 Union Gap, WA 98903 hd co aidma.wa.us uartibach . co. akima.wa.us Yakima County Public Services Lynn Deitrick, Planning Director 128 North 2nd Street, 4th Floor Yakima, WA 98901 Lynn Detrick co, akima.wa,us Yakima County Public Services Vern Redifer, Public Services Director 128 North 2nd Street, 4th Floor Yakima, WA 98901 Vern,rerlifer@critlakirna.wa.us Yakima Greenway Foundation Kellie Connaughton, Executive Director 111 South 18th Street Yakima, WA 98901 kellte akima:reenwa .ort Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency Hasan Tahat, Engineering & Planning Supervisor 329 North 1st Street Yakima, WA 98901 hasan@yrcaa,ore DOC. INDEX Yakima School District Scott Izutsu , Associate Superintendent 104 N 4th Ave Yakima, WA 98902 izutsu.scotiYakaschools.ora_ Yakima Waste Systems Keith Kovalenko, District Manager 2812 1/2 Terrace Heights Dr. Yakima, WA 98901 keithk@wasteconnections.com Yakima Valley Conference of Governments Mike Shuttleworth, Planning Manager 311 North 4th Street, Ste# 202 Yakima, WA 98901 Mik sshuttletidtortht vv i Yakima Valley Museum John A. Baule, Director 2105 Tieton Drive Yakima, WA 98902 'ohrr =` aki avalleymuseum 75 INDEX 76 Century Link Manager 8 South 2nd AveRm#304 Yakima, WA 98902 Charter Communications Kevin Chilcote l0U5North 1bthAve Yakima, VVA989OZ City of Union Gap Dennis Henne, Development Director P.D.Box ]008 Union Gap, WA 98903 Department of Agriculture Kelly McLain P.O. Box 42560 Olympia, WA 98504 Environmental Protection Agency NEPA Review Unit 1200 6th Ave. MS 623 Seattle, WA 98101 Federal Aviation Administration 2200 W. Washington Ave Yakima, WA 98903 Federal Aviation Administration, Seattle Airports District Office Cayla Morgan, Airport Planner 1601 Lind Ave SW Renton, WA 98055-4056 Governor's Office of Indian Affairs pOBox 4090 Olympia, WA 98504 Pacific Power Mike Paulson 500 North Keys Rd Yakima, WA 98901 SoiI Conservation District Ray Wondercheck 1606 Perry Street, Ste. F Yakima, WA 98902 Trolleys Paul Edmondson 313 North 3rd Street Yakima, WA 98901 United States Postal Service Maintenance Deptartment 205 W Washington Ave Yakima, WA 98903 WA State Attorney General's Office 1433 Lakeside Court, Ste# 102 Yakima, WA 98902 Eastern Drinking Water Operations River View CorporatCenter 1azozsIndiana Ave, Ste# 1500 Spokane Valley, vvA99u16 Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Superintendent P.O. Box 632 Toppenish, WA 98948 ¥akama Indian Nation Johnson Meninick, Cultural Resources Program po.Box zsz Toppenish, WA 98948 Yakama Indian Nation Ruth Jim, Yakima TribaI Council PD.Box 1S1 Toppenish, WA 98948 Yakima School Distric Dr. Jack Irion, Superintendent 104 North 4th Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Yakima VaIIey Canal Co Robert Smoot 1640 Garretson Lane Yakima, WA 98908 YaNmn'TietonIrrigation District Sandra Hull 470 Camp 4 Rd Yakima, WA 98908 Cascade Natural Gas 81l]VVGrandhdQeBlvd Kennewick, WA 99336 Ahtanum Irrigation District Beth Ann Brulotte, Executive AsistonL 10705-B Gilbert Road Yakima, WA 98903 US Army Corps of Engineers Seattle District Regulatory Branch P.O.Box 37S5 Seattle, WA 98124-3755 Type of Notice: File Number: ? and FORMS \SERA REVIEWING AGENCIES ._updated12.4.17 - Form List.docx ~,_�-� `�����"iSaq--itt 036 Date of Mailing: 77 In -House Distribution E-mail List Name Division E-mail Address Carolyn Belles Code Administration Carttivra.BeI lesCrev akirriawn grry Glenn Denman Code Administration Glenn De an syakimawa. gov Joe Caruso Code Administration Joe.0 so@yakimawa.gov Suzanne DeBussche e Code Administration Suzanne.Debussehere 1 yak irnawa. gov Joan Davenport Community Development Joan.Daven ort akienawa..ov Dan Riddle Engineering k 0 ,yaktrtiawa.. ov Mike Shane Engineering Mike.Shane@yakimawa.gov Mark Soptich Fire Dept Mark.Sopttengyakimawa.gov Jeff Cutter Legal Dept JeffCutter a alumawa. ,ov Sara Watkins Legal Dept Sara.Watkinsayakimawa.gov. Archie Matthews ONDS Ar chi e.MatthewsPyakimawa.gov Joseph Calhoun Planning Division Joseph.Calhoun 1 akimawa.gov Chief Rizzi Police Department Dorninie.Riui ayakimawagov Scott Schafer Public Works Dept Scott SchaterAyakunawa.gov Loretta Zammarchi Refuse Division Leretta.Z. rriarehl@,ya.lrlmawa.gov Randy Layman Refuse Division dy.Laymanco_ yakimawa.gov Naeem Kara Transit Division Naeelar.KararMyakimawa.gov James Dean Utilities Jamea.DearleMvakimawa goy Dana Kallevig Wastewater DanaKa11evL akirnawn ov Randy Meloy Wastewater Randy.Sleloy@yakimawagov For the Record/File Binder Copy Revised 04/2017 Type of Notice: Di\\_s File Number(s): Date of Mailing: 1 7 (+SEIPP 0.5---(7 DOC. INDEX # E1Cu 78 Maxey, Lisa From: Maxey, Lisa Sent: Friday, January 12, 2018 9:40 AM To: Belles, Carolyn; Brown, David; Calhoun, Joseph; Caruso, Joe; Cutter, Jeff; Davenport, Joan; Dean, James; OeBusschene, Suzanne; Denman, Glenn; Desgrosellier, Bob; lbarra, Rosalinda; KaUevig, Dana; Kara, Naeem; Layman, Randy; Matthews, Archie; Maxey, Lisa; Meloy, Randy; Riddle, Dan; Rizzi, Dominic; Schafer, Scott; Shane, Mike; Soptich, Mark; Watkins, Sara; Zammarchi, Loretta; Ahtanum Irrigation District Beth Ann Brulotte; Cawley, Marc; Chamber of Commerce; Department of Agriculture; Department of Commerce (CTED) Review Team; Department of Ecology; Department of Ecology Lori White; Department of Ecology SEPA Register; Department of Ecology -CRO Coordinator; Department of Fish and Wildlife; Department of Fish and Wildlife Eric Bartrand; Department of Fish and Wildlife Scott Downes; Department of Natural Resources; Department of Social & Health Services; Dept. Archaeology & Historic Preservation - SEPA Review; Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council - Stephen Posner; Nob Hill Water Bob Irving; Office of Rural & Farmworker Housing Marty Miller; Peterson, Robert; Scott |zutsu Yakima School District; US Army Corps of Engineers David Moore; WA State Parks & Recreation Commission; West Valley School District Angela Watts; WSDOT Paul Gonseth; WSDOT South Central Regional Planning Office; WSDOT Aviation Patrick Wright; Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Rocco Clark; Yakama Nation Environmental Management Program Elizabeth Sanchey; Yakama- Klickitat Fisheries John Marvin; Yakima County Commissioners; Yakima County Health District; Yakima County Health District Ryan bach; Yakima County Planning Director Lynn Deitrick; Yakima County Public Services Director, Vern Redifer; Yakima Greenway Foundation Kellie Connaughton; Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency Hasan Tahat; Yakima Valley Conference of Governments Mike Shuttleworth; Yakima Valley Museum - John A. Baule; Yakima Waste Systems Keith Kovalenko Cc: Monick, Colleda Subject: Notice of DNS Super Cold Storage LLC RZ#006-17 & SEPA#035'17 Attachments: NOTICE OF DNS_Super Cold Storage - RZ SEPA.PDF Attached is a Notice of Determination of Non -Significance (DNS) regarding the above -entitled project. If you have any questions about thiproposal please contact assigned planner Colleda Monick at (509) 576-6772 or email to: colleda.monic awa.gov. Thank you! Lisa M ey Planning Specialist 1 City of Yakima Planning Division Planning Division: (509) 575-6183 Direct Line: (509) 576-6669 - Ltsgililaxey(goklyng_ovagov 129 N 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901 a you 1INDEX DOC. CITY OF YAKI A r arming DEP. TMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVEL VIENT Joan Davenport, AICP, Director Planning Division Joseph Calhoun, Manager 129 North Second Street, 2"d Floor, Yakima, WA 98901 ask.planning@yakimawa.gov • www.yakimawa.gov/services/planning WASHINGTON STATE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT DETERMINATION OF NONSIGNIFICANCE CITY OF YAKIMA, WASHINGTON January 12, 2018 79 PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Environmental review to Rezone the subject property from LCC to M-1 LOCATION: 1415 River Road, Yakima, WA PARCEL NUMBER: 181313-22010 PROPONENT: Hordan Planning Services, on behalf of Super Cold Storage LLC PROPERTY OWNER: Super Cold Storage LLC LEAD AGENCY: City of Yakima FILE NUMBERS: RZ#006-17 and SEPA #035-17 DETERMINATION: The lead agency for this proposal has determined that it does not have a probable significant adverse impact on the environment. An environmental impact statement (EIS) is not required under RCW 43.21C.030(2)(c). This decision was made after review of a completed environmental checklist and other information on file with the lead agency. This information is available to the public on request. This DNS is issued after using the optional DNS process in WAC 197-11-355. There is no further comment period on the DNS. Responsible Official: Joan Davenport Position/Title SEPA Responsible Official Phone (509) 575-6183 Address: 129 N. 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901 Date: January 12, 2018 Signature L.. n. You may appeal this determination to: Joan Davenport, AICP, Director of Community Development, at 129 N. 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901. No Tater than: January 26, 2018 By method: Complete appeal application form and payment of $580.00 appeal fee. You should be prepared to make specific factual objections. Contact the City of Yakima Planning Division to read or ask about the procedures for SEPA appeals. DOC. INDEX 80 AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING STATE OF WASHINGTON CITY OF YAKIMA RE: RZ#00647, SEPA#035-17 Super Cold Storage LLC 1415 River Road I, Rosalinda Ibarra, as an employee of the City of Yakima Planning Division, have dispatched through the United States Mails, a Notice of Application, Environmental Review, and YPC Public Hearing. A true and correct copy of which is enclosed herewith; that said notice was addressed to the property owner and applicant, SEPA reviewing agencies, and all property owners of record within a radius of 300 feet of the subject property; that said are individually listed on the mailing list retained by the Planning Division, and that said notices were mailed by me on the 20th day of December, 2017. That I mailed said notices in the manner herein set forth and that all of the statements made herein are just and true. Rosalinda Marra Administrative Assistant Doc. INDEX 6,3 d # 10131322407 CALCOE FEDERAL CREDIT UNION 1209 N 16TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18131332401 CW -I LP 529 E KENNEWICK AVE KENNEWICK, WA 99336 18131323408 ]& N WY ESLLC POBOX 2O4G YAKIMA, WA 98907 10131322007 LAB INVESTING CORP 17926 W DENTON AVE LITCH FIELD PARK, AZ 85340 18131322016 LINDEROTH & DEINES HOLDING LLC 3884KERN RD#A YAKIMA, WA 98902 181 322012 SUPER CO 151 LO MA WA 98908 10131322405 YAKIMA VALLEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 2811 TIETON DR YAKIMA, WA 98902 18131323426 ARLENE & ERIC LIEN LIEN POBOX 444 YAKIMA, WA 98907 181313I3447 PAC|F|CORP 825 NE MULTNOMAH ST STE 1900 PORTLAND, OR 97232 18131322015 151SWER COLD STORAGE LLO �������� 18131323432 JAMES A L FOWLER 3514 SUNSET BEACH DR NW 12 Total Parcels Super CoId Storage LLC RZ#006-17 & SEPA#035-17 Ahtanum Irrigation District Beth Ann Brulotte, Executive Assistant 10705-B Gilbert Road Yakima, WA 98903-9203 bethb afitanum.net Dept of Archaeology & Historic Preservation Greg Griffith or Gretchen Kaehler, Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer P.O. Box 48343 Olympia, WA 98504-8343 .„,d,,pa@dahp.wa.gov Department of Ecology Gwen Clear, Regional Coordinator 1250 West Alder Street Union Gap, WA 98903 crose•acoordlnatar ec OP Chamber of Commerce 10 North 9th Street Yakima, WA 98901 chamberPvakima,er, Department of Commerce Growth Management Services P.O. Box 42525 Olympia, WA 98504-2525 reviewteamPcommerce.wa.gov Department of Fish and Wildlife Eric Bartrand 1701 South 24th Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Eric.Oartrandgdfwa. Scott.Downesedfw.wa.nov 82 Department of Agriculture Kelly McLain PO Box 42560 Olympia, WA 98504 kmclain .P0.$(01! Department of Ecology Annie Szvetecz, SEPA Policy Lead P.O. Box 47703 Olympia, WA 98504-7703 ware:iste ec ,wa,:ov se*aunit ec .wa. ovlor.whtte4ec. wa.: v Department of Fish and Wildlife SEPA Desk PO Box 43200 Olympia, WA 98504 5EPAdesk@dfw.wa.gov Department of Health Kelly Cooper PO Box 47820 Olympia, WA 98504 Kelly.coo±e zdoti,wa.zov Department of Natural Resources SEPA Center PO Box 47015 Olympia, WA 98504 sepacenterPdnr,wa.gov Department of Social & Health Services Terri Sinclair -Olson Operations Support and Services Division P.O. Box 45848 Olympia, WA 98504 Terri,Sinclair-OlsongOdshs.wa.gov Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council -EFSEC Stephen Posner, SEPA Officer PO Box 43172 Olympia, WA 98504-3172 sposnertii/utc.wa.gov Engineering Division Bob Degrosellier and Brett Sheffield, City Engineer 129 N 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 dana.kallev': akimawa,ov Nob Hill Water Association Bob Irving, Engineering Technician 6111 Tieton Drive Yakima, WA 98908 bob@nobhillwater.org Office of Rural and Farm Worker Housing Marty Miller 1400 Summitview Ave, Stet* 203 Yakima, WA 98902 Martym2Porfh.or. Parks & Recreation Commission Jessica Logan PO Box 42560 Olympia, WA 98504 JessicaJo•an *arks,wa.:ov US Army Corps of Engineers Seattle District Regulatory Branch P.O. Box 3755 Seattle, WA 98124-3755 david..mdare usace.arm mI Wastewater Division Marc Cawley or Dana Kallevig 2220 East Viola Ave Yakima, WA 98901 marc.cawle akirnawa.:ov dana,KalleviaPyakimawa,gov West Valley School District Angela Watts, Asst. Supt. Of Business & Operations 8902 Zier Road Yakima, WA 98908-9299 wattsa@wvsd208.olg WSDOT Paul Gonseth, Planning Engineer 2809 Rudkin Road Union Gap, WA 98903 onset* wsdot.:ov WSDOT South Central Region! Planning Office 5Cplanningawsdolwa,Rov WSDOT, Aviation Division Patrick Wright 7702 Terminal St SW Tumwater, WA 98501 WrightPPwsdot.wa,:ov Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Rocco Clark, Environmental Coordinator P.O. Box 632 Toppenish, WA 98948 Rocco.clark bia :ov Yakama Nation Environmental Mgmt Program Elizabeth Sanchey, Environmental Review Coordinator P.O. Box 151 Toppenish, WA 98948 esanchey@yakama,com Yakama-Klickitat Fisheries Project John Marvin 760 Pence Road Yakima, WA 98909 imarvin@yakarna.com Yakima Air Terminal Robert Peterson, Airport Asst Manager 2400 West Washington Ave Yakima, WA 98903 robert,*eterson akirnawa.:ov Yakima County Commissioners Commissioners.web@myakima.wa,us Yakima County Health District Ryan lbach, Director of Environmental Health 1210 Ahtanum Ridge Dr Ste#200 Union Gap, WA 98903 hd5co, akima.wa.us co. akima..wa,us Yakima County Public Services Vern Redifer, Public Services Director 128 North 2nd Street, 4th Floor Yakima, WA 98901 Vern.redifer@co..yakima,wa.us Yakima Greenway Foundation Kellie Connaughton, Executive Director 111 South 18th Street Yakima, WA 98901 kelliegyakimagreenwly„om Yakima County Public Services Lynn Deitrick, Planning Director 128 North 2nd Street, 4th Floor Yakima, WA 98901 Lynn.Deitrickpcoyakima.wa.us Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency 329 North 1st Street Hasan Tahat, Engineerinti, Planning Supervisor Yakima, WA 98901 hasan@yrcaa,org OC. INDEX # Ern 3 Yakima School District Scott Izutsu , Associate Superintendent 104 N 4h Ave Yakima, WA 98902 izutsu.scott@yaklmaschools,org Yakima Valley Conference of Governments Mike Shuttleworth, Planning Manager 311 North 4th Street, Ste# 202 Yakima, WA 98901 Mike,shuttleworth „'-co 83 Yakima Valley Museum John A. Baule, Director 2105 Tieton Drive Yakima, WA 98902 john@yakimavalleymuseum,ors Yakima Waste Systems Keith Kovalenko, District Manager 2812 1/2 Terrace Heights Dr. Yakima, WA 98901 keithk@wasteconnettions,com INDEX 3 c.„ 84 Century Link Manager 8 South 2nd AveRm#304 Yakima, WA 98902 Charter Communications Kevin Chilcote 1UO5North 1{thAve Yakima, WA 98902 City of Union Gap Dennis Henne, Development Director P.O.Box 30O8 Union Gap, WA 98903 Department of Agriculture Kelly McLain P.O. Box 42560 Olympia, WA 98504 Environmental Protection Agency NEPA Review Unit 1200 6th Ave. MS 623 Seattle, WA 98101 Federal Aviation Administration 2200 W. Washington Ave Yakima, WA 98903 Federal Aviation Administration, Seattle Airports DistricOffice Cayla Morgan, Airport Planner 1601 Lind Ave SW Renton, WA 98055-4056 Governor's Office of Indian Affairs POBox 4U9O9 Olympia, WA 98504 Pacific Power Mike Paulson 500 North Keys Rd Yakima, WA 98901 SoiI Conservation District Ray Wondercheck 1606 Perry Street, Ste. F Yakima, WA 98902 WA State Attorney General's Office 1433 Lakeside Court, Ste#lO3 Yakima, WA 98902 Trolleys Paul Edmondson 313 North 3rd Street Yakima, WA 98901 Eastern Drinking Water Operations River View Corporate Center 16201 E Indiana AveSte# 1500 Spokane Valley, vvA99u16 United States Postal Service Maintenance Deptartment 205 W Washington Ave Yakima, WA 98903 Yakama Bureau of lndian Affairs Superintendent P.O.Box 63Z Toppenish, WA 98948 Yakama Indian Nation Johnson Meninick, Cultural Resources Program P.O.Box 15z Toppenish, WA 98948 Yakama Indian Nation Ruth Jim, Yakima Tribal Council P.O.Box 15l Toppenish, WA 98948 ¥akima School District Dr. Jack Irion, Superintendent 104 North 4th Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Yakima VaIIey Canal Co Robert Smoot 1640 Garretson Lane Yakima, WA 98908 Yakima-Tieton Irrigation District Sandra Hull 470 Camp 4 Rd Yakima, WA 98908 Cascade Natural Gas 8113VVGrandhdBeBlvd Kennewick, WA 99336 Aht num|niga ion District Beth Ann Brulotte, Executive Assistant 107OS'8Gilbert Road Yakima, WA 98903 US Army Corps of Engineer Seattle District Regulatory Branch P.O.Box 37SS Seattle, WA 98124-3755 and FORMSFORMS\SEPA REVIEWING AGENCIES _updatedu^o'Form u*.docx Type of ) File Number: Date of Mailing: INDEX Name InHouse Distribution E-mail List Division 85 E-mail Address Carolyn Belles Code Administration Carolyn.Belies.,kakinlawa-kok Glenn Denman Code Administration Sienn.Demnan,gyakimawagov Joe Caruso Code Administration Joe.Caniso(Oyakimawagov Suzanne DeBusschere Code Administration Suzanne.)ebi_tesehere aki*mawa Joan Davenport Community Development Joan.Davenport ,yakimawa.gov Dan Riddle Engineering Dan.Riddle@yakimawa.gov Mike Shane Engineering Mike_Sliane@yakimawa-gov Mark Soptich Jeff Cutter Fire Dept Legal Dept Mark.So tick akimawa. ov Jeff.Cudergyakirnawa.gov Sara Watkins Legal Dept Sara.Watki'kis ,yaki'mawk gov Archie Matthews ONDS Archiedklatthews s akiinawa..ov Joseph Calhoun Planning Division Jose h.Calhoun akimawa. Tov Chief Rizzi Police Department Dominic Rizzigyakimawa.gov Scott Schafer Public Works Dept ScottSchafer yakimawa.nov Loretta Zammarchi Refuse Division Loratta.Z arehi akimawa. Yov Randy Layman Refuse Division Rarld'kLakmandiakirriawa.kov Naeem Kara Transit Division Naeem.Kara a akirnawa. OV James Dean Utilities J. es_Dean vakimawa.gov Dana Kallevig Wastewater Dana.KallevigAyaki .wa.gov Randy Meloy Wastewater Rand .Melo yakimawa. ov For the Record/File Binder Copy Revised 04/2017 Type of Notice: / Ave, sa3,4, ar File Number(s): j7-11 /(///te -( LI)11-c 3 c -1 1 - Date of Mailing: DOC. INDEX # E -3c, Ibarra, Rosalinda 86 From: Ibarra, Rosalinda Sent: Wednesday, December 20, 2017 12:33 PM To: Ahtanum Irrigation District - Beth Ann Brulotte; Cawley, Marc; Chamber of Commerce; Department of Agriculture; Department of Commerce (CTED) - Review Team; Department of Ecology; Department of Ecology - Lori White; Department of Ecology - SEPA Register; Department of Ecology -CRO Coordinator; Department of Fish and Wildlife; Department of Fish and Wildlife - Enc Bartrand; Department of Fish and Wildlife - Scott Downes; Department of Natural Resources; Department of Social & Health Services; Dept. Archaeology & Historic Preservation - SEPA Review; Desgrosellier, Bob; Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council - Stephen Posner; Ibarra, Rosalinda; Kallevig, Dana; Nob Hill Water - Bob Irving; Office of Rural & Farmworker Housing - Marty Miller; Peterson, Robert; Riddle, Dan; Scott Izutsu - Yakima School District; US Army Corps of Engineers - David Moore; WA State Parks & Recreation Corrimission; West Valley School District - Angela Watts; WSDOT - Paul Gonseth; WSDOT - South Central Regional Planning Office; WSDOT Aviation - Patrick Wright; Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs - Rocco Clark; Yakama Nation Environmental Management Program - Elizabeth Sanchey; Yakama-Klickitat Fisheries - John Marvin; Yakima County Commissioners; Yakima County Health District; Yakima County Health District - Ryan Ibach; Yakima County Planning Director - Lynn Deitrick; Yakima County Public Services Director, Vem Redifer; Yakima Greenway Foundation - Kellie Connaughton; Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency - Hasan Tahat; Yakima Valley Conference of Governments - Mike Shuttleworth; Yakima Valley Museum - John A. Baule; Yakima Waste Systems - Keith Kovalenko; Associated Press; Bastinelli, Mike; Brown, Michael; Casa Media Partners - Rebecca Lambert; Davido, Sean; El Mundo; El Sol de Yakima - Normand Garcia; Fannin, John; Hispanic Chamber of Commerce; KAPP TV News; KBBO-KRSE Radio - manager; KCJT TV News; KDNA Radio - Francisco Rios; KEPR TV News; KIMA TV News; KIT News; KIT/ KATS/DMVW/ KFFM - Lance Tormey; KNDO TV News; KNDU TV News; KVEW TV News; La Casa Hogar; La Voz; Lozano, Bonnie; NWCN News; NWPR - Anna King; Randy Luvaas - Yakima Business Times; RCDR - Maria DJ Rodriguez; Reed C. Pell; Tu Decides; Tu Decides - Albert Torres; Yakima Herald Republic - Mai Hoang; Yakima Herald Republic Newspaper; Yakima School District - Jack tion; Yakima Valley Business Times; Yakima Valley Business Times - George Finch; Beehler, Randy Cc: Monick, Colleda; Belles, Carolyn; Brown, David; Calhoun, Joseph; Caruso, Joe; Cutter, Jeff; Davenport, Joan; Dean, James; DeBusschere, Suzanne; Denman, Glenn; Kara, Naeem; Layman, Randy; Matthews, Archie; Maxey, Lisa; Meloy, Randy; Rizzi, Dominic; Schafer, Scott; Shane, Mike; Soptich, Mark; Watkins, Sara; Zammarchi, Loretta Subject: Notice of Application, Environmental Review, and YPC Public Hearing - RZ#006-17, SEPA#035-17 Attachments: NTC OF APP, SEPA, YPC HEARING - SuperCold - RZ#006-17, SEPA#035-17.pdf Attached is a Notice of Application, Environmental Review, and YPC Public Hearing regarding the above -entitled project. If you have any questions about this proposal, please contact the assigned planner Colleda Monick at (509) 576-6772 or by email at colleda.monick@vakirriawa.gov Thank you. Rosalinda Ibarra Community Development Administrative Assistant City of Yakima I Planning Division 129 North 2nd Street, Yakima WA 98901 p: (509) 575-6183 0 f: (509) 575-6105 It crry rx.f Y5 MA panning FLY This email is a public record of the City of Yakima and is subject to public disclosure unless exempt under the Washington Public Records Act. This email is subject to the State Retention Schedule. YAKIMA IIERAL A daily part of your life Ad Pro This is the proof of your ad scheduled to r Please proof read notice carefully to el if you need to make Date: 12/15/17 Account #: 110358 Company Name: CITY OF YAKIMA f Contact: ROSALINDA IBARA Address: 129 N 2ND STREET YAKIMA, WA 98901 - Telephone: (509) 575-6164 Fax: Account Rep: Simon Sizer Phone # (509) 577-7740 Email: ssizer@yakimaherald Ad ID: 782222 Start: 12/20/17 Stop: 12/20/17 Total Cost: $248.20 Lines: 136.0 # of Inserts: 1 Ad Class: 6021 (akima Herald -Republic 12/20/17 88 Wedner December 20, 2017 87 Public Le # al Noises CITY OF YAKIMA NOTICE OF APPLICATION, ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW, AND PUBLIC HEARING DATE: 12/20/17; SUBJECT: Notice of Application for a Rezone, and Environmental Review to rezone the subject property from LCC to M-1; LOCATION: 1415 River Rd; PARCEL. NUMBER: 181313-22010; APPLICANT: Hordan Planning Services, on behalf of Super Cold Storage, LLC; FILE: RZ#006-17 & SEPA#035-17; DATE OF APPLICATION: 12/11/17; DATE OF COMPLETENESS: 12/15/17; PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The City of Yakima Department of Community Development has received Rezone and Environmental Review applications 10 rezone the subject property from Large Convenience Center (LCC) to Light Industrial (M-1). The file containing the complete application is available for public review at the City of Yakima Planning Division, 2nd floor City Hall, 129 N 2nd Si, Yakima, WA; NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTALREVIEW: This Is to notify agencies with Jurisdiction and environmental expertise and the public that the City of Yakima, Planning Division, has been established as the lead agency, pursuant to WAC § 197-11.926 for the review of this project. The City of Yakima has reviewed the proposed project for probable adverse environmental Impacts and expects to issue a DNS for this project, The Optional DNS irocess in WAC § 197-11-355 Is being used. The proposal may nclude mitigation measures under applicable codes and the project review process may Incorporate or require mitigation measures regardless of whether an EIS is prepared. A copy of the subsequent threshold determination may be obtained by request and may be appealed pursuant to YMC § 6.88.170. ' Required Permits: The following local, state, and federal per- mits/approvals may or will be needed for this project: Rezone. Future development of the subject property will require land use, building and environmental review as necessary; Required Studies: N/A; Existing Environmental Documents: Nona known; Development Regulations for Project Mitigation and Consistency Include: State Environmental Policy Act, Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance, YMC Title 12 — Develop- ment Standards, and the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan; REQUEST FOR WRITTEN COMMENT: Agencies, tribes, and the public are encouraged to review and comment on the proposed project and its probable environmental Impacts, This may be your only opportunity to comment. All written comments received by 5:00 p.m. on 01/09/2018, will be considered prior to issuing the final SEPA determination on this application; NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING: This request requires that the Planning Commission hold an open record public hearing. The public hearing Is scheduled to be held on Thursday, 02/14/18 beginning at 3:00 p.m., In the City of Yakima Council Chambers, City Hall, 129 N. 2nd St, Yakima, WA. Any person desiring to express thele views on the matter is invited to attend the public hearing or to submit written comments. Following the public hearing, the Plan. ning Commission will issue its recommendation within 10 busi- ness days; NOTICE OF RECOMMENDATION: When available, a copy of the Planning Commission's recommendation will be mailed 10 parties of record. A separate notice of the City Council public hearing will be provided. Please send any written com- ments for the above described project to: Joan Davenport, AICP, Community Development Director; City of Yakima, Department of Community Development; 129 N 2nd St, Yakima, WA 98901; Please be certain to reference the file number(s) or applicant's name In your correspondence. (RZ#006-17 & SEPA#035- 17— Super Cold Storage) If you have questions regarding this proposal, please contact Colleda Monick, Assistant Planner, at (509) 575.6772, or e-mail to: colleda,monick@yakimawa,gov. (782222) December 20, 2017 DOC. INDEX 88 CITY OF YAKIMA NOTICE OF APPLICATION, ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW, AND PUBLIC HEARING DATE: 12/20/17; SUBJECT: Notice of Application for a Rezone, and Environmental Review to rezone the subject property from LCC to M-1; LOCATION: 1415 River Rd; PARCEL NUMBER: 181313-22010; APPLICANT: Hordan Planning Services, on behalf of Super Cold Storage, LLC; FILE: RZ#006-17 & SEPA#035-17; DATE OF APPLICATION: 12/11/17; DATE OF COMPLETENESS: 12/15/17; PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The City of Yakima Department of Community Development has received Rezone and Environmental Review applications to rezone the subject property from Large Convenience Center (LCC) to Light Industrial (M-1). The file containing the complete application is available for public review at the City of Yakima Planning Division, 2nd floor City Hall, 129 N 2nd St, Yakima, WA; NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW: This is to notify agencies with jurisdiction and environmental expertise and the public that the City of Yakima, Planning Division, has been established as the lead agency, pursuant to WAC § 197-11-926 for the review of this project. The City of Yakima has reviewed the proposed project for probable adverse environmental impacts and expects to issue a DNS for this project. The Optional DNS process in WAC § 197-11-355 is being used. The proposal may include mitigation measures under applicable codes and the project review process may incorporate or require mitigation measures regardless of whether an EIS is prepared. A copy of the subsequent threshold determination may be obtained by request and may be appealed pursuant to YMC § 6.88.170. Required Permits: The following local, state, and federal per- mits/approvals may or will be needed for this project: Rezone. Future development of the subject property will require land use, building and environmental review as necessary; Required Studies: N/A; Existing Environmental Documents: None known; Development Regulations for Project Mitigation and Consistency Include: State Environmental Policy Act, Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance, YMC Title 12 — Develop- ment Standards, and the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan; REQUEST FOR WRITTEN COMMENT: Agencies, tribes, and the public are encouraged to review and comment on the proposed project and its probable environmental impacts. This may be your only opportunity to comment. All written comments received by 5:00 p.m. on 01/09/2018, will be considered prior to issuing the final SEPA determination on this application; NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING: This request requires that the Planning Commission hold an open record public hearing. The public hearing is scheduled to be held on Thursday, 02/14/18 beginning at 3:00 p.m., in the City of Yakima Council Chambers, City Hall, 129 N. 2nd St., Yakima, WA. Any person desiring to express their views on the matter is invited to attend the public hearing or to submit written comments. Following the public hearing, the Plan- ning Commission will issue its recommendation within 10 busi- ness days; NOTICE OF RECOMMENDATION When available, a copy of the Planning Commission's recommendation will be mailed to parties of record. A separate notice of the City Council public hearing will be provided. Please send any written com- ments for the above described project to: Joan Davenport, AICP, Community Development Director; City of Yakima, Department of Community Development; 129 N 2nd St, Yakima, WA 98901; Please be certain to reference the file number(s) or applicant's name in your correspondence. (RZ#006-17 & SEPA#035- 17 — Super Cold Storage) If you have questions regarding this proposal, please contact Colleda Monick, Assistant Planner, at (509) 576-6772, or e-mail to: colleda.monick@yakimawa.gov. (782222)December 20, 2017 Courtesy of Yakima Herald -Republic nna r arming DEE ARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Joan Davenport, AICP, Director Planning Division Joseph Calhoun, Manager 129 North Second Street, 2" Floor, Yakima, WA 98901 ask.planning@yakimawa.gov • www.yakimawa.gov/services/planning NOTICE OF APPLICATION, ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW, AND PUBLIC HEARING DATE: TO: FROM: SUBJECT: 89 December 20, 2017 Applicant, Adjoining Property Owners, and SEPA Reviewing Agencies Joan Davenport, AICP, Community Development Director Notice of Application for a Rezone, and Environmental Review to rezone the subject property from LCC to M-1. NOTICE OF APPLICATION. LOCATION: 1415 River Road, Yakima WA TAX PARCEL NUMBERS: 181313-22010 PROJECT APPLICANT: Hordan Planning Services, on behalf of Super Cold Storage LLC FILE NUMBER: RZ#006-17 & SEPA#035-17 DATE OF APPLICATION: December 11, 2017 DATE OF COMPLETENESS: December 15, 2017 PROJECT DESCRIPTION The City of Yakima Department of Community Development has received Rezone and Environmental Review applications from Hordan Planning Services, on behalf of Super Cold Storage LLC, to rezone the subject property from Large Convenience Center (LCC) to Light Industrial (M-1). The file containing the complete application is available for public review at the City of Yakima Planning Division, 2nd floor City Hall, 129 North 2nd Street, Yakima, Washington. NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW This is to notify agencies with jurisdiction and environmental expertise and the public that the City of Yakima, Planning Division, has been established as the lead agency, pursuant to the Washington State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) under WAC § 197-11-926 for the review of this project. The City of Yakima has reviewed the proposed project for probable adverse environmental impacts and expects to issue a Determination of Nonsignificance (DNS) for this project. The Optional DNS process in WAC § 197-11-355 is being used. The proposal may include mitigation measures under applicable codes and the project review process may incorporate or require mitigation measures regardless of whether an EIS is prepared. A copy of the subsequent threshold determination may be obtained by request and may be appealed pursuant to YMC § 6.88.170. Required Permits: The following local, state, and federal permits/approvals may or will be needed for this project: Rezone. Future development of the subject property will require land use, building and environmental review as necessary. Required Studies: N/A Existing Environmental Documents: None known Development Regulations for Project Mitigation and Consistency Include: State Environmental Policy Act, Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance, YMC Title 12 — Development Standards, and the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan. DOC. INDEX Yakima 2015 1994 90 REQUEST FOR WRITTEN COMMENT Agencies, tribes, and the public are encouraged to review and comment on the proposed project and its probable environmental impacts. This may be your only opportunity to comment. All written comments received by 5:00 p.m. on January 9, 2018, will be considered prior to issuing the final SEPA determination on this application. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING This request requires that the Planning Commission hold an open record public hearing. The public hearing is scheduled to be held on Wednesday, February 14, 2018, beginning at 3:00 p.m., in the City of Yakima Council Chambers, City Hall, 129 N. 2nd St., Yakima, WA. Any person desiring to express their views on the matter is invited to attend the public hearing or to submit written comments. Following the public hearing, the Planning Commission will issue its recommendation within ten (10) business days. NOTICE OF RECOMMENDATION When available, a copy of the Planning Commission's recommendation will be mailed to parties of record. A separate notice of the City Council public hearing will be provided. Please send any written comments for the above described project to: Joan Davenport, AICP, Community Development Director City of Yakima, Department of Community Development 129 North Second Street, Yakima, WA 98901 Please be certain to reference the file number(s) or applicant's name in your correspondence. (RZ#006-17 & SEPA#035-17 — Super Cold Storage, LLC) The file containing the complete application is available for public review at the City of Yakima Planning Division, 2nd floor City Hall, 129 North Second Street, Yakima, Washington. If you have questions regarding this proposal, please contact Colleda Monick, Assistant Planner, at (509) 576- 6772, or email to: colleda.monick@yakimawa.gov. Enclosed: Narrative, SEPA Checklist, and Vicinity Map 1 0011 I%A. i illy Kit p r CITY OF YAKIMA LAND USE ACTION INSTALLATION CERTIFICATE 91 File Ntititber: k-zIt 066 - StPA# 03 -- 1 7 APPIl'eaatiPeeieet Name: Site Address: Date ofPosting: P 'Rs Cc t_b Cro c 14113 NVER RD Location of Installation (Check One): 7 Land Use Action Sign is installed per standards described in YMC §15.11.080(C). Land Use Action Sign is installed in an alternate location on the site. Note: this alternate location (f not pre -approved by the Planning Manager) may not he acceptable by the Planning Division and is subject to relocation (at the owner's expense) to a more visible site on the property. The alternative location is: The required notice of application will be sent to the applicant and property owners within a 300 -foot radius after the Planning Division has received this Land Use Action Installation Certification. Failure to post a Land Use Action sign and return this form signed in a timely manner may cause a delay in the application review process. I hereby testify that the installed sign fully complies with the Land Use Action sign installation standards (see pg. 2), that the sign will be maintained until a decision has been rendered, and that the sign will bc returned within 30 days from the date the final decision is issued. Apptic nt,,a ignature Applicant's Name (Please Print) Date Applicant's Phone Number Please remit the above certification and deliver to the City of Yakima Planning Division via email to ask.planning@yakimawa.gov or in person/by mail to: City of Yakima, Planning Division, 129 North 2"d Street, Yakima, WA 98901. Page - RECEIVED DEC 1 5 2017 CITY OF YAKIIViA k„1„4„cm OVV‘. OS 1 Lt P'anning CITY Of YAKIMA GENE L INFO REk ,IREMENTS FOR POSTING OF PRIN PROPERTY FOR LAND USE ACTION City of Yakima Community Development Department, Planning Division 129 N 2na St, Yakima, WA 98901 (509) 575-6183 — ask.planning@yakimawa,gov ATION 92 The Land Use Action posted signage shall serve as a method of notification to the public that a land use application has been submitted to the City for a proposed change to the property. The Land Use Action sign shall be known in this section as the "sign" referred to in YMC §15.11.080(C) as the official signage for application of the following land use matters: o Class 3 Public Hearings; o Preliminary Long Subdivisions; o Rezones; o Right -of -Way Vacations; o Appeals; o Interpretation (if required) Cnmnrehencive Plan Amendments ac indicated in VMC Ch 16 lfl• -r o Environmental Review, except for a categorically exempt application; and, o Annexation of property by the City. For the above land use matters it is required to post one sign and in some cases more than one sign on the site or in a location immediately adjacent to the site that provides visibility to motorists using adjacent streets. The Planning Manager has established standards for size, color, layout, design, and wording of the signs which the Planning Division will supply to the applicant. The Planning Division sends out letters quarterly to property owners who have had a land use action proposal on their property that requires posting the property, reminding them to remove the sign(s) and return them to the Planning Division if they have not already done so. SIGNAGE INSTALLATION The applicant shall install the Land Use Action sign(s) in accordance with these provisions: o Signs shall be located at the midpoint on the street frontage from which the site is addressed or as otherwise directed by the Planning staff; o Signs shall be located 10 feet back from the property line; o Signs structurally attached to an existing building shall be exempt from the setback requirement, provided that no sign is located further than 10 feet from the property line without written approval from Planning staff; o The top of the signs shall be positioned between 5 and 6 feet above grade; o Signs shall be posted on the subject property so as to be clearly seen from each right-of-way providing primary vehicular access to the subject property as stated in YMC §15.11.080(C); and o The sign can be easily read from the adjacent street and/or sidewalk. RECEIVED Page — 2 DEC 1 5 2017 CITY OF YAKIMA CITY OF YAKIMA December 15, 2017 DEPz _TMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELI. TIENT Joan Davenport, AICP, Director Planning Division Joseph Calhoun, Manager 129 North Second Street, 2"d Floor, Yakima, WA 98901 ask.planning@yakimawa.gov • www.yakimawa.gov/services/planning 93 FILE NUMBER: RZ#006-17, SEPA#035-17 APPLICANT: Hordan Planning Services, on behalf of Super Cold Storage LLC APPLICANT ADDRESS: 410 N 2nd St., Yakima, WA 98901 PROJECT LOCATION: 1415 River Road TAX PARCEL NO: 181313-22010 DATE OF REQUEST: December 11, 2017 SUBJECT: Notice of Complete Application Mr. Hordan; The applications for Rezone and SEPA Environmental Review for 1145 River Road were received on December 11, 2017. As of December xx, 2017, your application is considered complete as required by the City of Yakima's Municipal Code (YMC). Your application is now considered to be complete. Continued processing of your request will include, but is not limited to, the following actions: 1. A Notice of Application will be sent to all property owners within a 300 -foot radius of your site. This notice will include a request for public comments during a 20 -day comment period as is required by the City of Yakima. The Notice of Application will be sent pending notification of property posting. 2. A SEPA Threshold Determination will be issued after the comment period, which shall be at least 20 -days prior to the public hearing. 3. A public hearing for your project will be scheduled with the City of Yakima Planning Commission. 4. The Planning Commission's recommendation will be forwarded to the City Council for consideration. If you have any questions regarding this matter please call me at (509) 576-6772. Sincerely, Colleda Monick Assistant Planner DOC. INDEX Yakima 2015 1994 SUPER COLD STO GE LLC RZ#006-17 & SEPA#035-17 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER F Exhibits Submitted at YPC Public Hearing F-1 Exhibits Submitted by Bill Milian (applicant) —2 Maps 94 02/14/2018 a baa! 009 = You! l DOC. 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