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07/17/2012 08 Wellington Estates, Phase 2, Final Plat; Cottonwood Partners, LLC r' ^ n ' BUSINESS OF THE CITY COUNCIL YAKIMA, WASHINGTON AGENDA STATEMENT Item No. S For Meeting of: July 17, 2012 ITEM TITLE: Public meeting to consider the final plat of Wellington Estates Phase 2, located in the vicinity of South 58th Avenue and West Whitman Street. SUBMITTED BY: Joan Davenport, Planning Manager, Acting CED Director 576 -6417 CONTACT Christine Wilson, Assistant Planner 576 -6736 PERSON /TELEPHONE: SUMMARY EXPLANATION: Wellington Estates is a 168 -lot subdivision of approximately 42 acres to be developed in four phases. The property is located within the Single - Family Residential (R -1) zoning district in the vicinity of W. Washington Ave. and Wellington Drive. The plat of Wellington Estates received preliminary approval from Yakima County on November 28, 2006. Phase 1 was recorded prior to the annexation of this area, which occured on April 8, 2007. Phase 4 was approved by City Council and recorded July 3, 2008. Phase 1 and 4 are fully developed. Phase 2 is a 45 -lot final subdivision located within the plat of Wellington Estates in the vicinity of S. 58th Avenue and W. Whitman Street. The applicant has completed all necessary public improvements as required by the conditions of approval for this plat. As submitted, this plat complies with the requirements of the Comprehensive Plan, YMC Title 15, Zoning Ordinance, YMC Title 14, Subdivision Ordinance, and YMC Title 12, Development Standards. Resolution X Ordinance Other (specify) Contract: Mail to: Contract Term: Amount: Expiration Date: Insurance Required? No Funding Phone: Source: APPROVED FOR SUBMITTAL: City Manager STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends Council approve the final plat of Wellington Estates Phase 2, together with the adoption of the accompanying Resolution that will authorize the Mayor to sign the plat. BOARD /COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION: Yakima County Board of Commissioners approved the preliminary plat of Wellington Estates on November 28, 2006. ATTACHMENTS: Click to download 0 Resolution Authorizing the Mayor to sign the final plat RESOLUTION NO. R -2012- A RESOLUTION approving the final plat of Wellington Estates Phase 2, a 45 -lot subdivision located within the Plat of Wellington Estates located at the intersection of West Washington Avenue and Wellington Drive, and authorizing the Mayor to sign the final plat; Cottonwood Partners, LLC is the applicant herein. WHEREAS, on March 30, 2006, the Hearing Examiner held a public hearing to consider the application to Yakima County for a 168 -lot subdivision submitted by Cottonwood Partners, LLC known as Wellington Estates, located approximately 1,300 feet east of the intersection of South 64 and West Washington Avenues, (Yakima County Preliminary Plat Number PRJ05- 1389); and WHEREAS, on April 12, 2006, the Hearing Examiner rendered his Recommendation for approval of the proposed plat subject to several conditions, and WHEREAS, at its public hearing on May 10, 2006, the Board of Yakima County Commissioners determined by motion that the Recommendation of the Hearing Examiner should be affirmed and adopted, (Yakima County Resolution No. 641 - 2006); and WHEREAS, on April 8, 2007, the preliminary plat of Wellington Estates was annexed into the City of Yakima as part of the Occidental Annexation, and WHEREAS, the preliminary plat was fully vested in Yakima County's development standards as a result of the application having been filed with the County prior to the annexation; and WHEREAS, the applicant has completed all public improvements required as conditions of the County's approval of the preliminary plat, and both Yakima County Public Services and the City Engineer have inspected, approved and accepted all plans and designs for all such required improvements; and WHEREAS, as this final plat comes before City Council for review, each member declares that he or she has had no contact with either the applicant or opponents of the final plat, Now, Therefore, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF YAKIMA: The proposed final plat for Wellington Estates Phase 2, consisting of three sheets dated May 21, 2012, depicting a 45 -lot subdivision located within Wellington Estates at the intersection of West Washington Avenue and Wellington Drive, is approved and the Mayor is hereby authorized to sign the final plat. The applicant shall file the final plat for Wellington Estates Phase 2 for record in the Yakima County Auditor's Office immediately, or as soon thereafter as possible, and the applicant shall be responsible for all filing fees. ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL this 17th day of July, 2012. Micah Cawley, Mayor ATTEST City Clerk 2 I I COTTONWOOD PARTNERS, LLC "WELLINGTON ESTATES — PHASE 2" FLP #001 -12 EXHIBIT LIST City Council Public Meeting July 17, 2012 Applicant: Cottonwood Partners, LLC File Number: FLP #001 -12 Site Address: Vicinity of S 58 Ave & Whitman Street Staff Contact: Christine Wilson, Assistant Planner I Table of Contents CHAPTER A Resolution CHAPTER B Staff Report CHAPTER C Yakima County Hearing Examiner's H ring Examiner s Recommendation CHAPTER D Vicinity Map CHAPTER E Final Plat — Wellington Estates Phase se 2 U I 1 1 1 II COTTONWOOD PARTNERS, LLC "WELLINGTON ESTATES PHASE 2" FLP#001-12 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER A Resolution eigOVP 6 r nrn kopE5-2,4A, Anlg, 4,w.For4 t „ 4 "oargili , ,,ta , tozy jet t , Ya3^4,t , -3., gr, Aeta. IA A-1 Resolution — Wellington Estates Phase 2 07/17/2012 A-2 Agenda Statement: City Council Public Meeting — Final Plat of Wellington Estates Phase 2 07/17/2012 I I RESOLUTION NO. R -2012- A RESOLUTION approving the final plat of Wellington Estates Phase 2, a 45 -lot subdivision located within the Plat of Wellington Estates located at the intersection of West Washington Avenue and Wellington Drive, and authorizing the Mayor to sign the final plat; Cottonwood Partners, LLC is the applicant herein. WHEREAS, on March 30, 2006, the Hearing Examiner held a public hearing to consider the application to Yakima County for a 168 -lot subdivision submitted by Cottonwood Partners, ' LLC known as Wellington Estates, located approximately 1,300 feet east of the intersection of South 64 and West Washington Avenues, (Yakima County Preliminary Plat Number PRJ05- 1389); and ' WHEREAS, on April 12, 2006, the Hearing Examiner rendered his Recommendation for approval of the proposed plat subject to several conditions; and t WHEREAS, at its public hearing on May 10, 2006, the Board of Yakima County Commissioners determined by motion that the Recommendation of the Hearing Examiner ' should be affirmed and adopted, (Yakima County Resolution No. 641 - 2006); and WHEREAS, on April 8, 2007, the preliminary plat of Wellington Estates was annexed ' into the City of Yakima as part of the Occidental Annexation; and WHEREAS, the preliminary plat was fully vested in Yakima County's development standards as a result of the application having been filed with the County prior to the ' annexation; and WHEREAS, the applicant has completed all public improvements required as conditions of the County's approval of the preliminary plat, and both Yakima County Public Services and the City Engineer have inspected, approved and accepted all plans and designs for all such ' required improvements; and WHEREAS, as this final plat comes before City Council for review, each member ' declares that he or she has had no contact with either the applicant or opponents of the final plat, Now, Therefore, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF YAKIMA: The proposed final plat for Wellington Estates Phase 2, consisting of three sheets dated May 21, 2012, depicting a 45 -lot subdivision located within Wellington Estates at the t intersection of West Washington Avenue and Wellington Drive, is approved and the Mayor is hereby authorized to sign the final plat. The applicant shall file the final plat for Wellington Estates Phase 2 for record in the Yakima County Auditor's Office immediately, or as soon thereafter as possible, and the applicant shall be responsible for all filing fees. ttti 14 ' 1 I I ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL this 17th day of July, 2012. I Micah Cawley, Mayor I ATTEST: I City Clerk I I I I I I I I I I I I DOCe I 2 INDEX # A - L. I I P; v to s E : 3 y P 66 Y 'w iii: ,'w ''`ii r,, ,w a xaRNS.:4;,W"',... ke r, , x ` , 170 - F.a V ..:11t,, otr.,e3 Y, rem'- A 3 ,ns,' . q.or at - ? 1 i - 7`�} auA.;'.X7r.N-,. . ,*: ,y c, ? • '+�,�� - .rR4 _. . - L} ` 2 ..' :"YE , .gym' 'S+ . v.-.Fk..wi- ", . v 3L5 .,4_ . " -,,!.. ':':.1 h1"4K :�f'.F SVUn"•�^i': 952w,, -`..':,�4 , +. -tax .bLi V..'ti ;. \. �P I I • r r iii \ `t:' I BUSINESS OF THE CITY COUNCIL YAKIMA, WASHINGTON AGENDA STATEMENT Item No. I For Meeting of: July 17. 2012 I ITEM TITLE: Public meeting before the City Council to consider the final plat of Wellington Estates Phase 2, located in the vicinity of South 58th Avenue and West Whitman Street. I S U BMITTED BY: Joan Davenport, Planning Manager, Acting CED Director 576 -6417 CONTACT PERSON/TELEPHONE: Christine Wilson, Assistant Planner 576 -6736 I SUMMARY EXPLANATION: Wellington Estates is a 168 -lot lubdivision of approximately 42 acres to be developed in four phases. The property is located within the Single - Family Residential (R -1) zoning district in the I vicinity of W. Washington Ave. and Wellington Drive. The plat of Wellington Estates received preliminary approval from Yakima County on November 28, 2006. Phase 1 was recorded prior to the annexation of this area, which occured on April 8, 2007. Phase 4 was approved by City I Council and recorded July 3, 2008. Phase 1 and 4 are fully developed. Phase 2 is a 45-lot final subdivision located within the plat of Wellington Estates in the vicinity of S. 58th Avenue and W. Whitman Street. The applicant has completed all necessary public improvements as required by the conditions of approval for this plat. As submitted, this plat complies with the I requirements of the Comprehensive Plan, YMC Title 15, Zoning Ordinance, YMC Title 14, Subdivision Ordinance, and YMC Title 12, Development Standards. Resolution X Ordinance Other I (specify) Contract: Mail t(specify) Contract Term: Amount Expiration Date: I Insurance Required? No Funding Source: Phone: I APPROVED FOR C it Manager SUBMITTAL: y I STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends Council approve the final plat of Wellington Estates Phase 2, together with the adoption of the accompanying Resolution that will authorize the Mayor to sign the plat. I BOARD /COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION: Yakima County Board of Commissioners approved the preliminary plat of Wellington Estates on November 28, 2006. • I DOC. http: / /cityag ends/ ItemDetails /YakimaApprova1Sheet.aspx ?Item1r =978 INS 6/29/2012 1 ATTACHMENTS: Click to dovinload 0 Resolution Authorizing the Mayor to sign the Final plat Novuso lut ns Copyright 2001:2012 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 DOC. 1 1 1 1 1 http:// cityagenda/ ItemDetails/ YakimaApprovalSheet.aspx ?ItemlD =978 6/29/2012 > ,dam 1 I I COTTONWOOD PARTNERS, LLC "WELLINGTON I . 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I I I I I I I 1 City of Yakima, Washington Department of Community & Economic Development Planning Division Final Plat Staff Report City Council Public Meeting July 17, 2012 Final Plat Application submitted by ) Final Long Plat #001 -12 Cottonwood Partners LLC for a 45-lot ) Staff Contact: Subdivision known as Wellington Estates, ) Christine Wilson, Assistant Phase 2 ) Planner: 576 -6736 1 BACKGROUND AND SUMMARY OF REQUEST ' Wellington Estates Phase 2 consists of 45 lots and is part of a 168 -lot, four -phase subdivision located within the Single - Family Residential (R -1) zoning district in the vicinity of West Washington Avenue and Wellington Drive (S. 56 Ave.). The Plat of Wellington Estates received preliminary plat approval from Yakima County on November 28, 2006, and consequently is vested under Yakima County's development regulations (Board of Yakima County Commissioners Resolution No. 641- 2006). Most ' notable of the changes from current City standards are that sidewalks are provided only on one side of the street. Wellington Drive, the main access road to the plat, has been constructed with sidewalks on both sides of the street. Phase 1, consisting of 45 lots, was recorded prior to the annexation of this area, which occurred on April 8, 2007 (Occidental Annexation). Phase 4, consisting of 44 lots, was approved by City Council (Resolution No. R- 2008 -100), and recorded on July 3, 2008. Phases 1 and 4 are fully developed. Phases 2 and 3 are currently undeveloped. The City Engineer's office has reviewed and approved all necessary designs and engineering, and indicates that the required improvements are installed and inspected. The City Engineer has signed the plat in affirmation of this fact. The Planning Division has similarly reviewed the final plat and finds it to be in conformance with the terms and t conditions of the preliminary plat approval as required by Yakima County. Staff therefore recommends acceptance of the final plat of Wellington Estates Phase 2, and the adoption of the Resolution that authorizes the Mayor to sign the final plat. CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL The approved preliminary plat required the applicant to complete all site improvements ' listed as conditions in the Hearing Examiner's Recommendation of April 12, 2006 as adopted in Yakima County Resolution No. 6421 -2006 dated November 28, 2006. The conditions that must be met before the final plat can be approved consist of the following matters: Wellington Estates Phase DOC FLP #00] -12 INDEX 1 1 General 1 1. Compliance with the final Mitigated Determination of Nonsignificance dated February 15, 2006 (County File No. SEP 05 -39) shall be required, and the mitigation measures set forth in the final MDNS are hereby adopted and incorporated by reference as conditions of plat approval. STATUS: This requirement q ent has been satisfied. 2. Relocation of the Drainage Improvement District drain and easement must be done in accordance with applicable DID standards and requirements. STATUS: This requirement has been satisfied. 3. Fire hydrants shall be placed at locations and in accordance with the specifications required by the Yakima County Fire Marshall. All lots must be provided with adequate fire flow in accordance with the adopted fire code prior to final plat • approval. STATUS: This requirement has been satisfied. 4. A method of dust control for the construction phases shall be submitted to and approved by the Yakima Regional Clean Air Authority. A copy of the approval must be submitted to the Public Services Department Planning division prior to construction of any project phase. STATUS: Cottonwood Partners LLC, secured a Master Dust Control Plan (No. 11- 460) from YRCAA for construction of Wellington Estates Phase 2 on June 16, 2011, 5. Monuments must be placed at street intersections and curvature points as specified 1 in section 14.32.020 of the Yakima county code. The monuments must be protected by cases and covers as approved by the County Engineer. STA TUS: This requirement has been satisfied. Streets i 6. Interior roads shall be constructed in accordance with County Standard RS -4. The standard includes .2 feet of asphalt concrete pavement on .8 feet of crushed surfacing base having a width of 30 feet or an alternative width approved by the County Engineer. Curb, gutter, streetlights and a sidewalk are required. The proposed 50 -foot right -of -way is acceptable if approved by the County Engineer. Rolled curb may be provided for interior streets subject to approval by the County Engineer. Wellington Drive shall be provided with barrier curb and gutter, and sidewalks on both sides of the street. STATUS: The City Engineer has determined compliance with these requirements. Wellington Estates Phase 2 2 FLP 44001 -12 INDEX 1 1 7. The required sidewalks shall be constructed on at least one side of all interior roads. The sidewalk shall have a minimum width of 5 feet, constructed of cement concrete to a minimum depth of 4 inches. STATUS: The City Engineer has determined compliance with these requirements. 8. Adequate width of right -of -way to support a center turn lane between the intersection of West Whatcom Avenue and Wellington Drive, north to the intersection of Wellington Drive and West Washington Avenue shall be provided for a length and specific location to be determined by the County Engineer and in conformance with applicable mitigation measures required by the MDNS. STATUS: Yakima County and the City Engineer have determined compliance with this requirement. 9. At the discretion of the County Engineer, no on- street parking or limited on- street parking signs may be required for Wellington Drive. STATUS: Yakima County has determined compliance with this requirement. 10.The plans for all public road improvements must be designed to Yakima County Y standards, including applicable standards and mitigation measures of the MDNS ' that are prepared by a licensed professional engineer and approved by the County Engineer prior to construction. STATUS: Yakima County and the City Engineer have determined compliance with this requirement. t 11. Dedicated 30 -foot by 30 -foot clear sight triangles must be provided at all intersection corners within the plat. Equivalent alternative plans supporting a reduction in distance may be submitted to the County Engineer for approval. STATUS: The City Engineer has determined compliance with this requirement. 12. Street names shall be reviewed and approved by the Public Services Department prior to final plat approval. Street signs are required for this development. The signs will be installed by Public Services prior to acceptance of roads and all costs associated with supplying and installing the signs must be reimbursed to Yakima County by the developer. STATUS: City Engineering has approved all installed street signs as provided for by the developer. t DOC. Wellington Estates Phase 2 INDEX 3 FLP #001 -12 1 Utilities 13. All public and private utilities located within interior easements or right -of -ways must be constructed prior to road construction. STATUS: The City Engineer has determined compliance with this requirement. 14. Installation of power and telephone facilities must be completed, or arranged with the provider to be completed, prior to final plat approval. STATUS: The City Engineer has determined compliance with this requirement. 15. All public and private utilities must be located underground with the exception of the standard telephone box, transmission box and similar structures. STATUS: The City Engineer has determined compliance with this requirement. 16. Public utility easements must be provided adjacent to the interior access easement 1 or right -of -way, and as specified by the utility providers. If the easement / right -of- way is 50 feet in width, the easements shall be 10 feet in width. If the right - of-way is 60 feet in width, the easement shall be 8 feet in width. Minimum width for utility easements that are also utilized for irrigation is generally 15 feet. STATUS: The City Engineer has determined compliance with this requirement. 1 17. All lots shall be served with public water from the Nob Hill Water Association system. No new individual domestic or irrigation wells shall be permitted for any of the proposed lots. Prior to final plat approval, written verification must be provided to the Public Services Department Planning Division demonstrating the ability to provide domestic water, that any necessary easements are provided for, and that all associated fees have been paid. STATUS: Nob Hill Water Association has determined compliance with this requirement. 18. All lots shall be provided with public sewer service from the Yakima Regional 1 Wastewater system. Prior to final plat approval, written verification from the City of Yakima must be submitted to the Public Services Department Planning Division demonstrating that the system will serve all lots within the subdivision, any necessary easements have been established, and any required fees have been paid. STATUS: The City Engineer has determined compliance Y g p e with this requirement. 1 Wellington Estates Phase 2 DOCa FLP #001 -12 4 Plat Notes 19.Street names and numbers for lots within this plat will be issued by the Yakima County Public Works Department in accordance with the Yakima County urban and rural addressing system upon issuance of an approved Building Permit. STATUS: Following annexation, the City of Yakima assumed the responsibility for the assignment of addresses. All addresses are required to appear on the face of the plat and this requirement has been fulfilled. 20. The owners shown hereon, their grantees and assignees in interest hereby covenant and agree to retain all surface water generated within the plat on -site. STATUS: The City Engineer has determined compliance with this requirement, and the required note appears on the face of the plat. 21. All lots of this subdivision have been provided with public sewer. All lots have been provided with public water connections. STATUS: The City Engineer has determined compliance with this requirement, and the required note appears on the face of the plat. Timing 22. All property taxes and special assessments for the entire tax year must be paid, together with any required pre - payment amount, prior to final plat approval. t STATUS: The Subdivision Guarantee dated June 5, 2012 has verified the payment for first half property taxes and first half Ahtanum Irrigation District Assessment. "RCW 84.40.042 requires that all property taxes and assessments still owing must be paid in full before the County Treasurer may sign the final plat." The Soil Conservation District, Weed District and Horticulture Pest & Disease Control District assessments are all paid in full for year 2012. 23. Prior to recording the final plat or issuance of building permits, either: a) All required plat improvements, i.e. streets, sidewalks, utilities and drainage facilities, must be in place; or, b) An escrow account must be established or a bond provided in an amount and with conditions acceptable to the Yakima County Engineer to assure installation of all remaining required improvements. If the developer elects to escrow or bond for the required roadway improvements, and fails to complete these improvements in the time specified in the escrow or bond agreement, the County Engineer shall have Wellington Estates Phase 2 5 FLP #001 -12 INDEX 1 -I the authority to suspend issuance of building or occupancy permits until the 1 required road and drainage improvements are accepted as satisfactorily completed. The County Engineer may issue building permits on a lot -by -lot basis when it is determined that building construction will not interfere with utility and roadway construction. 1 STATUS: The City Engineer has determined that all streets, sidewalks, utilities and drainage facilities are in place. 24. The total project must be completed and the p e final plat submitted within the maximum five year time period prescribed by the Revised Code of Washington (RCW) 58.17.140. Any extension beyond the five year time period is subject to the provisions of Section 14.24 of the Yakima County Code. STATUS: On June 7, 2012, RCW 58. 17.140 was amended to allow nine years for the submission of a final plat. Phase 2 was submitted within this statutorily approved time limit. FINDINGS 1. The final plat is consistent with the goals, objectives and intent of the Yakima County 1 Comprehensive Plan and the standards of the Yakima County Zoning Ordinance. 2. The final plat meets the standards of the Yakima County Subdivision Ordinance. 1 3. The final plat is in general conformance with the preliminary plat and conditions of approval. 4. The applicant has completed the required improvements necessary for final plat approval. RECOMMENDATION The City of Yakima Division of Environmental Planning recommends City Council acceptance of the final plat for Wellington Estates Phase 2 and the passage of the resolution that authorizes the Mayor to sign the final plat. I 1 D 4 1 Wellington Estates Phase 2 6 FLP##001 -12 INDEX I COTTONWOOD PARTNERS, LLC "WELLINGTON ESTATES — PHASE 2" ELP #00112 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER C Hearing Examiner's Recommendation �� ��. .,�°��� 'r �;£ err - +� y � ., D�C,�Ay �. „Y a �.€ �vi a�'(��- ._._. i�" �' n�u� �r" -' a ro .C = 1f' '!{'b` t. i s[ F 14 � t f _ y f �c u�rx rz - v 1lVCa1l�f P1 'C0n f t a �f [„'Y{r EFiS : � ti fA t �� P Y i , � � t ,�"f y� ' t W„ � ,�' r {Y l � r , r ii ra s� �� � tr ? ,�.d � , � � 4�, � 4 �J } .Al\.V•E o iiA• ; 1 � r 1 ,.,;'�,F } �,' �q, l � , �r S( p� a 't l' Fy , �?.w�r r r J t , t - t �� }}ZFi Y' ', r'3�` } ct t` w � J. f 1 .1 Vi dt 1+ .t�_ % Ai fif e f : r�" i. ? � < , a n+i ,. . ��. 3 I�. a.: s+,. �f .�?r�t�Nr xr��:f1a�?.,r3�ctt�4.' ����?'{ r��+ vt�" ��' 1�e�1 .`df�'Ftt�x.i.��'ii�.tti;:`�.� � � � K , C -1 Yakima County Hearing Examiner's Recommendation 06/04/2008 II B - B 8 1 a — 1 1 I BOARD OF YAKIMA COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Aiett IN THE MATTER OF APPROVAL OF ) JUN II PRELIMINARY PLAT NO. SUB 05-077 ) Resolution No. 641-2006 2008 KNOWN AS "WELLINGTON ESTATES" ) NA I"' Q il lUt I(/ WHEREAS, according to Yakima County Ordinance No. 10 -1974 relating to platting, subdivision and the dedication of land adopted pursuant to RCW 58.17, a public hearing I was held on May 10, 2006 for the purpose of considering Preliminary Plat No. SUB 05 -077 known as "Wellington Estates"; and, I WHEREAS, testimony was taken from those persons present who wished to be heard; and, • WHEREAS, due notice of the hearing was given as required by law, and the rn necessary inquiry has been made into the public use and interest to be served by such platting; and, II WHEREAS, the Board of Yakima County Commissioners has considered the preliminary plat and finds that the 168 lot layout is in compliance with the Hearing Examiner recommendation; and, I WHEREAS, the Board of Yakima County Commissioners has considered elements of public health, safety and general welfare pertaining to the preliminary plat; now, therefore, I BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED by the Board of Yakima County Commissioners that the findings and recommendation for conditional approval of the Hearing Examiner for Preliminary Plat No. SUB 05 -077 designated as "Wellington ", be adopted as attached hereto. N Done this 28 day of November, 2006. Il — _, B 0 II �' -0 ' �yi�a e mar a pt _ 4 .4 1 %egi : w i �" t � l M_ ' y tx ',.,t, ;i. . esse S. Palacios, Chairman 7. , r `�• •. „._. • Michael D. Leita, County Commissioner - c�? Ronald F. Gamache, County Commissioner ATTEST- Ai Constituting the Board of Co I LA 8 f unry Commissioners �� , Washington i L + for Yakima County. DQC. Chri - I . •iner, I puty Clerk of the Board INDEX II # .1 r r r In the Matter of the Application by ) County Pile No: SUB 05-077 (PRJ2005- 01389) ) ) COTTONWOOD PARTNERS, LLC. ) EXAMINER'S RECOMMENDATION ) ) for the 168 -lot "Wellington Estates" ) Preliminary Long Plat ) ) ) Cottonwood Partners, LLC, has applied for subdivision review and preliminary plat approval for the Wellington Estates subdivision. The subdivision would create 168 new lots developed in four phases. Access would be provided from West Washington Avenue east of South 64 Avenue. The Hearing Examiner visited the site on March 29, 2006. County Planning staff provided a staffreport and exhibit package prior to the March 30, 2006 open record hearing date. The applicant was represented at the r hearing by Bill 1- Jordan of Hordan Planning Services. City of Yakin'ia planning official Bruce Benson noted that action on an annexation petition for the property was being forestalled while the subject r application was being processed. The City urged that approval of the preliminary plat be conditioned on meeting development regulations in Title 12 of the Yakima Municipal Code because of the r likelihood that the bulk of the property would be annexed. The Ahtanurn Irrigation District asserts jurisdiction over the surface water feature on the property, which is also referred to as a drainage improvement ditch. Public comment rais issues regarding the impacts of urban density residential development, increased traffic, declines in property values from adjacent development of small lots, and increased crime rates. Concerns were also expressed about the impacts to surface waters from the rerouting or piping of the drainage improvement ditch. Neighbors requested the construction of privacy fencing around the proposed subdivision. SUMMARY OF RECOMMENDATION. This long subdivision should be approved with conditions. The conditions include the mitigation requirements in the Mitigated Determination of 111 EXAMINER'S RECOMMENDATION -1 PRELIMINARY PLAT OF WELLING ESTATES sua 05 -077 DOC. INDEX r # C - I .� 1 I t Nonsignificance (MDNS) issued by Yakima County for the preliminary plat. The conditions relate to stormwater management system design and planning, drainage improvement ditch relocation requirements, traffic delay analysis, additional access road requirements, and integration of the proposed interior roads with the present and future transportation grid in the area. O From the view of the site, the matters contained in the official record including the Staff Report, a review of both the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan and the Yakima County Subdivision and Urban Area Zoning Ordinances, and from evidence received at the hearing, the Examiner makes the following: FINDINGS 1. Applicant. Cottonwood Partners, LLC. 2. Owners and parcel numbers, According to on -line Yakima County Assessor information, the following are the owners of property: Ron Eichler, Parcel Nos. 181333- 31001,.. 1 31008, - 42010; Andrew Hess, Parcel Nos. I81333- 31010; Andrew and Marion Hess, Parcel Nos. 181333- 31009, - 34002. Other persons signing the applications as consenting owners include: Martha Ruth Hess, Parcel Nos. 181333-31009, - 31010 34002; Susan Reis, Parcel Nos. 181333- 31001,- 31008,- 42010; Lexie Hess, Parcel Nos. 1 81333 - 31009,- 34002; Christine Frank, Parcel 8 Nos. 18 31001, - 31008, - 42010; and Mary Dawson, Parcel Nos. 1813 33- 31001,- 31008,- 42010. 3. Location. The project site is located on the south side of West Washington Avenue, approximately 1,300 feet east of the intersection of South 64 Avenue and West Washington Avenue. The northern boundaries of the project site abut the Yakima city limits. 4. Application. Preliminary plat review for a long subdivision. 5. Legal Description. The legal description ofthe subject parcel is set forth in Hearing Exhibit 2, Page 32, Preliminary Plat of Wellington Estates, dated September 30, 2005. 6. Land Use and Zoning. The project site contains one single- family dwelling and a few accessory buildings, all of which are proposed to be demolished. The remaining project property is vacant. The existing uses of properties immediately north of the site are agricultural and residential on lots ranging from EXAMINER'S RECOMMENDATION - 2 PRELIMINARY PLAT Or WELLWCrrON ESTATES sue 05 -077 ' DOC. INDEX # I I approximately I.8 to 38 acres in size. Neighboring properties to the east are primarily residential on I lots averaging 2 to 4 acres in size. To the west are agricultural uses on lots from 4 to 22 acres in size and the properties to the south are dominated by residential uses on 1.5 to 4 acre lots. The project she is within the Yakima Urban Area and is therefore subject to the provisions of the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan (UACP), YCC Title 15A, and the Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance (UAZO). The property and surrounding area is designated as Low Density Residential under the UACP. Low Density Residential is primarily single - family, detached residences. Net residential density before considering roads and right -of :ways is less than 7 dwelling units per acre, which is considered the lowest residential density to efficiently support public services. The Low Density Residential comprehensive plan designation is implemented by the UAZO, which puts the subject property in the Suburban Residential (SR) zone. The intent of the SR zone is to provide a variety of residential lifestyles with densities generally ranging from 2 units per net residential acre to 7 1 units per net residential acre. The higher densities are permitted when public water and public sewer systems are used. I 7. Property Characteristics. The proposal consists of five lots. The property has been in agricultural use but is currently not in active use. The site is relatively flat with a slope of ' approximately 0 to 2 %. There are no designated critical areas on or immediately adjacent to the property but the property is located within a flood -prone area that may be subject to high seasonal groundwater levels. A drainage improvement ditch and irrigation water conveyance traverses the western portion of the property from the northwest to the southeast. A weir box is located on the south central portion of the property, the outflow of which fills ponds on the neighboring property to the south. The water is reported to flow in the ditch on a year around basis. A Nob Hill Water Association main water supply line is located along Washington Avenue. Regional Waste Water Treatment collection lines are also present in the area. Other utilities are also generally available in the vicinity. No irrigation water is available from the Ahtanum Irrigation District. 8. Proposed Subdivision. The proposal is to develop a four phase subdivision of seven I existing parcels of land having a total of approximately 42 acres into 168 residential lots ranging in size from 7,198 to 9,473 square feet. Phase I consists of 45 new lots, Phase II consists of 45 new lots, 1 EXAMINER'S RECOMMENDATION - 3 PRELIMINARY PLAT OF WELLINGTON ESTATES SUB 05 -077 bOC. INDEX I p i Phase III consists of34 new lots, and Phase IV will consist of 44 new lots. Construction of Phase I is scheduled to commence upon, or shortly after., relimin plat approval. Construction �'Y P PP nstructtan of Phases II through 1V' will commence upon completion of each successive phase. All 168 new lots are intended for future single- family residences to be served by proposed new access streets and extended existing utilities, including public water and sewer. 9. Environmental Review. Environmental review for the project was conducted in accordance with Chapter 43.21C RCW (State Environmental Policy Act), and Title 16 YCC, After a review of the preliminary plat, the Environmental Checklist, and other application information, the SEPA Responsible Official identified impacts to ground water, surface water, and transportation and issued a preliminary MDNS on January 26, 2006, Following a comment period, a final MDNS was issued on February 15, 2006 and published on February 18, 2006. No appeals of the MDNS were filed. 10, Notice. A Notice of Open Record Public Hearing was mailed to all parties of record and published on February 15, 2006 by the Yakima County Planning Division. The public hearing notification was posted on the subject property on March 14, 2006. An invitation to comment on the proposal was included in the notice. IL Analysis J 11..1 Subdivision Requirements. YCC Chapter 14 enumerates numerous design criteria and standards applicable to the division of land, The Hearing Examiner's recommendation is to be based on consideration of whether a) the proposed subdivision makes appropriate provisions for public health, safety and general welfare and for drainage ways, streets, other public ways, water supplies, and sanitary waste; and b) the public use and interest will be served by the platting of the subdivision. YCC 14.20.050, The Hearing Examiner must also determine ifa proposed subdivision is consistent with applicable development regulations. YCC 168.06.010. The subdivision must conform to zoning and subdivision ordinances. County Planning staff have developed a set of customary conditions designed to assure compliance of plats with generally applicable development regulations. Those conditions EXA1v11NER'S RECOMMENDATION - 4 PKEUM1NARY PLAT OF WELLINGTON ESTATES sue 45.077 DOG. INDEX # c.- t 1 1 I should be included in any approval of the proposed preliminary plat. 21.2 Subdivision Analysis, The Planning Division staff has analyzed the compliance of the proposed subdivision with the zoning district regulations and the design standards in the subdivision ordinance. The analysis addresses (1) zoning district design standards, (2) service system requirements for water supply, irrigation, sewer and stormwater management, (3) road design, (4) fire protection, (5) parks and recreation, and (6) utilities. The applicant has generally raised no objections to the Planning staff analysis or proposed conditions. Except as may be set out in detail below, the Hearing Examiner adopts the analysis of compliance with the standards contained in the staff report. a. Zoning district design standards. Section 15A.05.030(b) of the UAZO provides that the "Maximum Number of Dwelling Units Permitted per Net Residential Acre" within a single subdivision and other types of residential developments allow no more than 7.0 units per net residential acre. The specific minimum residential .1 lot sizes are dependant on the applicable zoning designation and various situations. Within the SR zone, the minimum lot size for a situation where a public or community water system and the regional 1 or an approved community sewer system is available is specifically set at a minimum 7,000 square feet per lot under Table 5 -2 of the UAZO. The proposed minimum lot size of 7,198 square feet complies with. the 7,000 square foot minimum requirement for individual lots. Calculations based on information and dimensions shown on the preliminary plat indicate an overall density of 5.5 units per acre which is compliant with the maximum density of 7 units per acre. The proposed lots are of adequate area and dimensionally configured in such a manner that would not prohibit commonly sized residential dwellings from meeting setback requirements or exceed the maximum lot coverage allowance. The preliminary plat indicates all lots have more than 60 feet of width and have, or are capable of having, at least 20 feet of lot frontage on a public road or being served by a 20 foot access easement. As proposed, the development is compliant with required lot dimensions. Pursuant to Chapter I5A.07, Table 7- t of the UAZO, sitescreening is not required for this proposal. Public Comment on the SR design standards: Some commenters indicated concern that the ,, sizes of the proposed lots would result in residential density that is inconsistent with the density of the surrounding residential uses. Some public comment sought the establishment of some sort of buffer or I EXAMINER'S RECOMMENDATION - 5 I PRELIMINARY PLAT Or WELLINGTON ESTATES SUB 05 -077 DOC. INDEX # C.-1 1 mandatory fencing between the Wellington Estates lots and other adjacent properties. Some residents noted that the development would change the private character of the neighborhood. The preliminary plat review requirements are intended to assure that the subdivision complies with the regulatory standards applicable to the zoning district. In this case, the district is SR., and there is no evidence that the proposed subdivision violates the SR design standards. Additional conditions could be imposed with respect to density or sitescrecning if there was evidence that the proposal imperiled the public interest. For example, if there was insufficient water supply to support the proposed number of lots, the number of lots could then be restricted. Similarly, if the development impaired some neighborhood resource in a way not contemplated by the planning or zonal designation of the property, some barrier wall requirement might be imposed. However, no evidence of such circumstances has been presented by public comment. The neighbors may be unsatisfied with the plaruling or zoning designation, but that dissatisfaction does not, in itself, instill authority to impose the conditions the neighbors have requested in contravention ofthe legislatively established zoning standards. b. Water. As proposed, the development will be served by the Nob Hill Water System. Final plat approval may be appropriately conditioned on a demonstration of water availability in an amount sufficient to support the proposed density. The applicant asserts that domestic and irrigation water is available for the Nob Hill water system. I Public comment on Wa: The primary public concerns regarding water were related to acts of changes to water conveyances and management devices that were necessary to neighboring uses and amenities. MDNS conditions already require that changes to the Hugh �+ Bowman Ditch or DID #41 ditch must not interfere with the functionality of the ditch or turnouts. The preservation of functions and non - impairment of lawful uses of water is necessary in the public interest as well. The applicant has suggested that the weir box should be moved off the subject property and on to neighboring property to allow the neighbors using the conveyed water to control deliveries without. interference from any new owners of the subject property. The applicant and neighbors are free to come to whatever accommodation they may reach on this 8 , matter, but the conditioning of plat approval on some specific approach to water management is EXAMINER`S RECOMMENDATION - 6 PRELIMINARY PLATO(' WELLIN(r roN ESTATES S111105-077 DOC. INDEX # C —4 II i I not supported by any evidence in the record. c. Sewer, As with water supply, the proposed density depends on urban -level sewer services. The proposed source of sewage disposal is through the Yakima Regional Wastewater System (YRWWS) in accordance with City of Yakima standards. The developer also intends to tie into lines extended under West Washington Avenue during the construction of'the West Washington Avenue Improvement Project. As proposed, connection to the YRWWS will comply with sewage disposal requirements of the YCC and the Yakima Urban Area development standards. Verification of service availability, however, has not yet been submitted by the developer nor confirmed by the City of Yakima. ' d. Stormwater Management. A catch basin and drainage trench systems are proposed to be installed per Yakima I County standards. The County has determined that the property is located within a flood -prone basin and in an area that may be subject to high seasonal groundwater levels. It was also found that potentially significant adverse impacts would likely occur to groundwater, surface water and drainage facilities unless existing and proposed drainage facilities, ground and surface water levels, and soil conditions are properly identified and managed. Mitigation Measures AI, A2, and A3 of the MDNS are required to ensure the proposed project adequately provides for suitable drainage without causing undue adverse impacts. As mitigated, the proposal will meet the requirements for stormwater management provisions. e. Transportation System (Street and Road) Requirements. Title I0 and Title 14 of the YCC provide minimum street standards and requirements for subdivision development including those for project site and fire access, interior and frontage improvements, right -of -way standards and oilier transportation elements as may be necessary. As depicted on the preliminary plat, interior roads are also proposed and to be constructed to County 1 standards with the exception of South 60 Avenue from Whatcom Avenue north to West Washington Avenue. The MDNS requires two full service access roads for development of all 1 project phases subsequent to Phase 1. Subject to other MDNS conditions, the phased progression to the two full service access roads will provide adequate access to the subdivision 1 EXAMINER'S RECOMMENDATION - 7 PRELIMINARY PLAT WELLINGTON ESTATES Su13 05 -077 INDEX c 1 County standards require sidewalks on one side of the road for interior access streets. YCC 14.52.110.A. The main access street off of Washington Avenue, Wellington Drive, is to have sidewalks on either side of the street without objection from the applicant. Wellington Drive is required by the MDNS to be constructed to he extended to the south to foster the transportation grid for future development, so it is defensible in the public interest to require dual sidewalks since Wellington Drive will prospectively serve a Collector function. The other interior streets present a different picture. The applicant has suggested that the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan (YUACP) requires sidewalks on only one side of the street. See Policy T3.10, YUACP p. II -24. Although the plan does not by its plain reading require no more than one sidewalk on the interior streets, some additional consideration must come to bear if sidewalks on both sides are to he required on the other interior streets. The YUACP provides for encouraging full urban services to be provided in urban growth area subdivisions. See Policy 010.7 at YUACP p. 1I -15. The Policy indicates that the highest standards should be controlling. The City of Yakima notes that full urban standards within the city require sidewalks on both sides of the street. On the other hand, while other provisions in the YUACP do not mandate only one sidewalk on residential urban streets, it is clear that the plan contemplates that a single sidewalk would be acceptable, and the County development standards are consistent with that concept. The City also notes that the bulk of the subject property is under consideration for annexation and that the annexation has been approved by the Boundary Review Board. The D I annexation has not yet been addressed by the Yakima City Council, and the City has held the annexation proceeding in abeyance pending decision - making on the subdivision application. If the property had been annexed prior to the application for the preliminary plat and th.e subdivision application had been made under city ordinances, the requirements for sidewalks on both sides of the access streets would have clearly been applicable. The final approval of the annexation cannot be presumed, however. if there was a clear public interest to be served by dual sidewalks on residential streets, then a condition requiring them would he appropriate, However, the County standard and the e provisions of the YUACP counter arguments that the public interest demands dual sidewalks, EXAMINERS RECOMMENDATION - 8 PRELIMINARY PLAT OF WELLINGTON ESTATES suu OS -077 DOC INDEX 1 1 I The only information in the record indicating such a condition would be in the public interest is the existence of the city's ordinance. While the City Council is presumed to have its reasons for dual sidewalks on residential access streets, the rationale is not in the record here, so there is no basis for imposing a condition for dual sidewalks on the interior streets. r Fire Protection: Section 13.09.070 of YCC and the International Fire Code specify fire flow requirements, including hydrants, which are required for new development. As previously described, the proponent is proposing to connect to the Nob Hi11 Water Association system. II is standard practice for the Association to coordinate the fire hydrant locations with the County Fire Marshal. As proposed and conditioned, the subdivision will comply with fire flow provisions. 1 Irrigation: Relocation of any of the irrigation conveyances requires coordination with AID. I h. Critical Areas. There are no critical areas on the subject properties. i. Parks and Recreation. Pursuant to RCW 58.17.1 10 and related statutes, YCC 1 14.28.070 provides that the board of county commissioners may require plats to designate up to live percent of their land area, exclusive of streets, as either private or public parks and recreational areas, the nature of which shall be clearly indicated on the plat; provided, not less than a contiguous minimum of ten thousand square feet shall be so allocated. As an alternative to dedication of public parks and recreational areas, the developer may be required to contribute to the county for park purposes to benefit the area up to five percent of the developed value of the lots to be sold in the plat. However, no evidence in the record provides a basis for requiring contribution of park resources or funds; to the contrary, the staff report indicates that no contributions are necessary. j. Electrical, telephone, and garbage service: Electrical service, telephone service, and garbage service are located in the area. Installation of the power and phone facilities must be 11 completed, or contracted with the provider to be completed, prior to final plat approval. 11.3 Public Interest I The subject property is in the Yakima Urban Growth Area, is zoned for suburban residential development, and has available to it all necessary urban utility services. As modified by EXAMINER'S RECOMMENDATION - 9 PRELIMINARY FIAT OF WaUWCWON ESrAT[S SUB 05 -077 DOG. INDEX c r 1 1 ' the conditions imposed in the MDNS and otherwise set forth in this recommendation, the proposed plat fulfills the policies of the YUACP and satisfies zoning and subdivision regulations without compromising other public interests, and is therefore in the public interest. From the foregoing Findings, the Examiner makes the following: CONCLUSIONS 1. The Examiner has jurisdiction to review and make recommendation to the Board of County Commissioners on preliminary long plat applications. 2. Subject to certain conditions set forth more fully in the recommendations below, 1 including customary conditions imposed on plat approvals to assure compliance with development standards, and subject to requirements applicable to plat finalization, the proposed subdivision a) makes appropriate provisions for public health, safety and general welfare and for drainage ways, streets, other public ways, water supplies, and sanitary waste; I , b) serves the public use and interest; and c) is consistent with applicable development regulations. 3. In regard to consistency analysis (Y.C.C. 16E1.06.020), a) the type of land use contemplated by the proposal (residential development) is I permitted on this site, subject to conformance with the regulations of the zoning ordinance and building codes; b) the proposed level of development (lot size, contemplated density) will not exceed the allowable limit; c) with regard to the availability and adequacy of infrastructure and public facilities II identified in the comprehensive plan, water and sewage disposal may be accomplished at the subject property by lawful means; and d) the character of the proposal, as conditioned, is consistent with the development standards of the Yakima. Urban Area Zoning Ordinance. 1 4. While it is important in the public interest to provide for park and recreation resources demands by increasing residential development in the urban growth area, no fair basis presents itself for e imposing requirements for commitment of subdivision properties to park uses in this case. - EXAMINER'S RECOMMENDATION - 10 Pal uMWART PLAT Or WELLINGTON ESTATES SLID 05-077 DOl✓ e INDEX I 1 I S. The subdivision, as conditioned, is consistent with the public interest. 1 Based upon the foregoing Findings and Conclusions, the Examiner submits to the Yakima Board of County Commissioners the following: RECOMMENDATION The preliminary plat application SU1305 -077, titled Wellington Estates," should be approved subject to the following conditions: General 1. Compliance with the mitigation conditions in the final Mitigated Determination of Nonsignificance dated February 15, 2006 (County File No. SEP05 -039) is required, and the 1 mitigation conditions set forth in the final MDNS are adopted and incorporated by reference as conditions of plat approval. 2. Relocation of the Drainage Improvement District drain and easement must be done in accordance with applicable DID standards and requirements. 1 3. Fire hydrants shall be placed at locations and in accordance with the specifications required by the Yakima County Fire Marshall. All lots must he provided with adequate fire flow � in accordance with the adopted fire code prior to final plat approval. 4. A method of dust control for the construction phases shall be submitted to and approved by the Yakima Regional Clean Air Authority. A copy of the approval must be submitted to the Public Services Department Planning Division prior to construction of any project phase. 5. Monuments must be placed at street intersections and curvature points as specified in Section 14.32.020 of the Yakima County Code. The monuments must be protected by cases and covers as approved by the County Engineer. Streets, 6. Interior roads shall be constructed in accordance with County standard RS -4. The standard includes .2 feet of Asphalt Concrete Pavement on .8 feet of Crushed Surfacing Base I having a width of 30 feet or an alternative width approved by the County Engineer, Curb, gutter, streetlights and a sidewalk are required. The proposed 50 foot right- of-way is acceptable if EXAMINER'S RECOMMENDATION - I ! PRELIMINARY PLAT Or WELLINGTON ESTAT S SUB 05 -077 DOC. INDEX 1 approved by the County Engineer. Rolled curb may be provided for interior streets subject to approval by the County Engineer. Wellington Drive shall be provided with barrier curb and gutter, and sidewalks on both sides of the street. 7. The required sidewalks shall be constructed on at least one side of all interior roads. The sidewalk shall have a minimum width of 5 feet, constructed of cement concrete to a minimum depth of 4 inches. 8. Adequate width of right -of -way to support a center turn lane between the intersection of West Pl Avenue and Wellington drive, north to the intersection of Wellington Drive and West Washington Avenue shall be provided for a length and specific location to be determined by the County Engineer. 9. At the discretion of the County Engineer, no on- street parking, or limited on- street parking signs may be required for Wellington Drive, 10. The plans for all public road improvements must be designed to Yakima County standards, including the standards and mitigation measures of the MDNS, prepared by a licensed professional engineer and approved by the County Engineer prior to construction. 11. Dedicated 30 -foot by 30 -foot clear sight triangles must be provided at all intersection corners within the plat. Equivalent alternative plans supporting a reduction in distance may be submitted to the County Engineer for approval. 12. Street names shall be reviewed and approved by the Public Services Department prior to final plat approval. Street signs are required for this development. The signs will be installed by Public Services prior to acceptance of roads and all costs associated with supplying and installing the signs must be reimbursed to Yakima County by the developer. a Utilities 13. AU public and private utilities located within interior easements or right -of -ways must be constructed prior to road construction. 14. Installation of power and phone facilities must be completed, or arranged with the provider to be completed, prior to final plat approval. 15. All public and private utilities must be located underground with the exception of the standard telephone box, transmission box, and similar structures. EXAMINER'S RECOMMENDATION - 12 PRELIMINARY PLAT OF WELLINGTON ESTATF_S SUB 05 -077 DOE. INDEX C�j • 1 I 16. Public utility easements must be provided adjacent to the inferior access easement or right -of -way, and as specified by the utility providers. If.the easement 1 right-of-way is 5 0 feet t in width, the easements shall be 10 feet in width. if the right -of -way is 60 feet in width the casement shall be 8 feet in width. Minimum width for utility easements that are also utilized for irrigation is generally 15 feet. 17. All lots shall be served with potable water from the Nob Hill Water Association system. No new individual domestic or irrigation wells shall be permitted ibr any of the lots. Prior to final plat approval, written verification must he provided to the Public Services Department Planning Division demonstrating the ability to provide domestic water, that any necessary easements are provided for, and that all associated fees have been paid, 18. Alt lots shall be provided with public sewer service from the Yakima Regional Wastewater system, Prior to final plat approval, the developer must submit to the Public Services Department Planning Division a written from verification the City of Yakima that demonstrates that (1) the system has will serve all lots within the subdivision, (2) any necessary easements have been established, and (3) any required fees have been paid. Na at Notes 19. Street names and numbers for lots within this plat will be issued by the Yakima County Public Works Department in accordance with the Yakima County urban and rural addressing system upon issuance of an approved Building Permit. 20 The owners shown hereon, their grantees and assignees in interest hereby covenant and agree to retain all surface water generated within the plat on -site. 21. All Jots of this subdivision have been provided with public sewer. All lots have been provided with public water connections. Timing 22. All property taxes and special assessments for the entire tax year must be paid, together with any required pre - payment amount prior to final plat approval. 23. Prior to recording the final plat or issuance of building permits, either: a) All required plat improvements, i.e. streets, sidewalks, utilities and drainage facilities must be in place; or, I EXAMINER'S RECOMMENDATION - 13 1 PRELIMINARY PLAT Or' WELLINGTON ESTATES Sue 05-077 DOC INDEX C.--1 - i I b) An escrow account established or a bond provided in an amount and with ,i conditions acceptable to the County Engineer to assure installation of all remaining required improvements. If the developer elects to escrow or bond for the required roadway improvements, Y P c.ments, atnd fails to complete these improvements in the time specified in the escrow or bond agreement, the County Engineer shall have the Authority to suspend issuance of building or occupancy ermits until the required road and drainage improvements are accepted as satisfactorily completed. The County Engineer may issue building permits on a lot -by -lot basis when it is determined that building construction will not interfere with utility and roadway construction. 24. The total project must be completed and the final plat submitted within the maximum five year time period prescribed by the Revised Code of Washington (RCW) 58.17.140. Any extension beyond the five year time period is subject to the provisions of Section 14.24 of the Yakima County Code. DATED THIS 12"' DAY OF APRIL, 2006 ,11 Patrick C , Spurgin 4111 HeAing Examiner Pro Tern Ii I 1 I EXAMINER'S RECOMMENDATION - 14 PRELIMINARY PLAT OF WELLINGTON E. r vjaS SUB 05 -077 DOC. INDEX 1 4,c414 - 1 Yakima County Planning Services Division SEPA FINAL MITIGATED DETERMINATION OF NONSIGNIFICANCE February 15, 2006 (Notice of action) 1. Description of Proposal: A 168 lot subdivision located within the Suburban Residential (SR) zoning district and Urban Growth Area of Yakima ( "Wellington Estates") I 2, Property Owner /Applicant: Cottonwood Partners 1708 South 1 6 Avenue Yakima, WA 98901 I 3. Location of Proposal: The property is located on the south side of W. Washington, approximately 1,300' east of the intersection of S. 64 Avenue and West Washington and within the urban growth area of Yakima, WA. (Parcel Nos.181333- 31009, - 31010, - 34002, - 31008, - 42010, - 31001) 4. Agency: Yakima County Planning Services Division - Public Services Department 1 5. File Numbers: P1U2005 -1389 / SUB05 -77 / SEP 05 -39 6. Preliminary Determination: The lead agency for this proposal has determined that it will not have a probable significant adverse impact on the environment and an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) is not required under RCW 43.21C.030(2)(c), provided the measures listed I below are taken to mitigate potential adverse impacts. This decision was made after a careful review of the completed environmental checklist, and other information on file with the lead agency. This information (including all environmental documentation) is available to the public on request and can be examined at our office during regular business hours. Environmental documents include: SEPA checklist, this preliminary threshold determination, and submittal materials. 7. Identified Environmental Impacts and Mitigation Measures: ' Substantive authority to require mitigation for significant and non - significant impacts is derived from WAC 197-11-660, Yakima County Code, Chapter 16.04.230 and, by reference, the policies 1 contained in the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan (UACP) and the Yakima County Comprehensive Plan (Plan 2015). A: Water (Ground and Surface water) The property is located within a flood -prone basin and in an area that may be subject to high seasonal groundwater levels. Based on a variety of information, potentially significant adverse impacts by the development to groundwater, surface water and :drainage facilities will most likely result unless existing and proposed drainage facilities, ground and surface water levels, and soil conditions are properly identified and managed. Conveyance of existing groundwater flow through the property must be maintained and groundwater levels should not be increased by the proposal. Excavation, site development and subsequent lot use needs to be done in a manner that drainage facilities and adjacent property owners are not negatively impacted by stormwater runoff. On site stormwater retention is required. (UACP Policies E1.2, E6.2). Wellington Plat Final MDNS Page 1 of 5 SEP 05 - Depth to seasonal groundwater and soil type, character and depth all have a direct influence on stormwater system design and potentially the preliminary plat layout. Given the observed variability in local subsurface geology, depths to groundwater, infiltration capacities of Yakima County soils, the type and depth of geological matrix, depth to groundwater, and infiltration capacity should be determined prior to final lot layout and design gn in order to ensure that adequate space (above ground or below ground) is provided for stormwater facilities, including allowances and easements for proper long -term inspection and maintenance by private or public entities. Please consult the Stormwater Management Manual for Eastern Washington (Ecology, 1 September 2004), the recently revised Underground Injection Control (UIC) Program rule (Chapter 173-218 WAC), and Ecology's draft document entitled Determination of Treatment and Source Control for UIC Well in Washington State (Ecology, July 2005). The information contained in these documents will aid the designer in choosing the appropriate stormwater facilities and/or treatment facilities for the particular project. Please also note: Operators of the following construction activities are required to be covered I under the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) and State Waste Discharge General Permit for Stormwater Discharge Associated with Construction Activity (Ecology, November 2005): Clearing grading and/or excavation which results in disturbance of one or more acres, and discharges stornnvater to surface waters of the state; and clearing, grading and/or excavation on sites smaller than one acre which are part of a larger common plan of development or sale, if the common plan of development or sale will ultimately disturb one acre or more, and discharges stormwater to surface waters of the state. Mitigation Measure Al: Geotechnical information (geologic matrix and depth to groundwater) and infiltration rates pertinent to conceptual design shall be obtained. The final plat map shall incorporate modifications as required to accommodate stormwater design standards based on the proponent's choices for stormwater management. 1. The depth to the seasonal high groundwater shall be determined prior to planning the layout of stormwater facilities. In some areas, the seasonal high groundwater depth occurs during the summer months when irrigation water is used. 2. if a stormwater infiltration facility will be used for the disposal of runoff; in - situ permeability tests shall be conducted initially at the site to determine existing infiltration rates prior to the design stage. Mitigation Measure A2: A stormwater management plan meeting the following design standards shall be submitted for review and approval by the Yakima County Public Services Department prior to grading of the property or any road development. 0 1. Stormwater retention shall be provided. A professional engineer registered in the State of Washington shall design all drainage facilities and components following. Drainage plans using best management practices and design requirements in accordance with the Yakima County Interim Stormwater Management Guidance document and the attached Drainage Design Report Requirements must be submitted to and approved by the Yakima County Engineer prior to grading or plat development 2. Post - development stormwater flow rates and volumes shall not exceed pre - development conditions for up to the 100 -year storm event, since the plat is located within a flood -prone basin. The standard of full retention of the 25 -year storm event generally meets this goal. Wellington Plat. Final MDNS Page 2 of 5 SEP 05 - m 1 3. A road drainage system may be enlarged to accommodate not only the runoff off flows and volumes from the road surfaces but also 50% of the flows and volumes from the impervious areas including roofs, driveways, and sidewalks that have the potential to release runoff into the road drainage systems. The assumption is that 22.5% (half of the 45% lot coverage standard) of the stormwater generated from any lot will find its way into the road stormwater drainage systems. Use of this assumption requires the developer's engineer to verify that lot 1 grading will provide adequate storage to retain runoff from the other half of the impervious surface on each lot, or that other off-lot retention is provided outside the road system. Mitigation Measure A3: The existing drainage line that runs southeasterly across the proposed plat is currently shown as being part of Drainage Improvement District (DID) No. 41. The proponent proposes to relocate the line from the northwest boundary, by redirecting it through the plat along dedicated roads, and then connecting it to the original line in the southeast corner of the subdivision. However, additional information indicates that this same section of drainage line also serves or did serve as conveyance for the West Washington Avenue Irrigation District. (UACP Policy G.4.5) 1 1. The proponent shall provide for /maintain existing turnouts and connection(s) to the DID and the irrigation line to ensure that any proposed relocation of the drainage /conveyance line maintains its functional intent, without disruption of service. 2. The hydrologic load and hydraulic capacity of the existing and proposed drainage /conveyance line shall be evaluated to ensure continued and proper function. The proposed route and design shall be approved by the County Engineer. B: Transportation I West Washington Avenue is within the city limits of Yakima. Plans and funding are currently in place to approve the facility to five lanes. Traffic patterns in the area can be expected to change due to anticipated commercial development along Nob Hill Boulevard at South 64` Avenue and at existing commercial shopping centers on South 72' Avenue. The current proposed residential development design and road system for this plat could create potentially significant adverse traffic impacts at the intersection of West Washington and Wellington Drive due to turning movements and due to the number of lots served by one outlet from the development. Vehicles turning left out of the development will be required to cross three lanes of traffic and merge into west -bound traffic on Washington. With only one functioning access outlet for the development in the first two proposed phases, vehicles may be queued for longer wait times that exceed County level of service standards to access W. Washington. Measures must be taken to allow traffic generated by this development to safely ingress and egress public roadways. (UACP Policies G4.5, T3.3, T3.4, T3.5) A second access in addition to Wellington Drive is required to provide the residents of the subdivision with adequate fire, life and safety protection. Per Appendix D of the International I Fire Code, only 30 residential units are generally allowed on a single access road. Phase 1 and 2 as proposed each contain 45 lots served by a single full access road (Wellington Drive). The applicant has proposed an all- weather surfaced emergency access road (South 60 Ave.) with some form of barrier to restrict use to emergency use only to meet this IFC requirement, The County has determined that an emergency access to be reasonable in other similar projects as a temporary solution. However, it does not provide safe and acceptable vehicular access beyond the first phase of the plat. Subsequent phasing will also need to comply with the limitation of no more Wellington Nat Final MDNS Page 3 of 5 SEP 05 -39 DOC. , c - I than 30 units served by a single access. As proposed, ninety lots would be served by a single access point in phase 2, and if Crestfields Road is not extended and connected to S. 64 Ave. as part of Phase 3, all lots would use Wellington Drive as the sole ingress /egress to the plat, This ' adverse traffic public safety impact can be addressed by a combination of second access options or changes in the plat phasing layout. The County must consider connectivity to existing roads and circulation for all major subdivisions. Major North/South streets within the Yakima grid are spaced at 8 block intervals (e.g. 40 48' 56` 64 and 72" d Avenues). Wellington Drive is within a feasible alignment that could provide a potential link to South 56 Avenue to the north. Phase 3 of the plat shows an extension that could connect to Crestfields Road and South 64 Avenue to the west. The graveled fire access road (South 60 Ave.) does not contain full right of way width but could be improved to provide full secondary vehicle access for this plat and adjoining properties. Mitigation Measure B1: Beyond forty-five (45) lots in the first phase of the plat, the applicant shall provide traffic delay analysis on Wellington Drive and any required secondary access chosen to identify traffic impacts at the intersection. The applicant shall be responsible for his proportional share of any identified improvements. Mitigation Measure B2: The plat shall have a minimum of two full service access roads. 1. Prior to final plat approval for Phase 2, a second vehicular access connection must be approved by the Yakima County Public Services Department in consultation with the City of Yakima. Said second connection must have an approved location and alignment, the right -of- way must be established, and the roadway physically constructed or a financial commitment (escrow/bond) for completion of the road within 2 years of final plat approval, 2. As configured a second access could either be provided by: improving South 60 to a 24' paved surface meeting County standards with curb and gutter on the east side; by the extension of Crestfields Road from the plat to the Crestfields development, or other full 1 service County approved access connecting the plat to W. Washington and/or S. 64 Ave. Mitigation Measure B3: The plat shall provide for appropriate connectivity with the transportation system and adjacent properties to ensure safe and efficient vehicular traffic. 1. Crestfields Road shall be extended to the west property line of the plat to allow for its future connection with the existing Crestfields Subdivision. 2. Wellington Drive shall be extended to the south property line of the plat to allow for its future extension to properties to the south. The County Engineer shall determine whether additional n right -of way shall be required. � 8. Comment Period. This Final Mitigated Determination of Non - significance (MDNS) is issued under WAC 197 -11- 340(2). No add ional comments wiII be accepted. 9. Appeals. This SEPA determination may be appealed to the Yakima County Bearing Examiner by D delivering the appeal, with the required $505 filing fee, to the Planning Division no later than 5 :00 p.m. on March 1, 2006. Any appeals must be in writing, must identify the appellant, establish standing, and set forth the principal points of the appeal. Wellington Plat Final MDNS Page 4 of 5 SEP 05 -39 DOCe pp �>l�t II 10. Open Record Hearing. An Open Record Public Hearing is scheduled for the Hearing Examiner I on March 30, 2006 at 9 :00 a.m. in Room B33, County Courthouse. The Examiner will issue a recommendation on the preliminary plat to the Board of County Commissioners, who will then schedule a date for a closed record hearing. If the SEPA determination is appealed to the Hearing ', Examiner, the appeal will be heard at the same time as the Open Record Hearing for the preliminary plat. All interested parties will have the opportunity to provide testimony on the project at this hearing. I 11. Contact. The environmental checklist and other information on file with Public Services, Planning Division is available to the public upon request. For further information about this proposal, contact Senior Project Coordinator Carol E. Faith, 574 -2300 or toll free (800)572- 1 7354, ext. 2300. Z 12. SEPA Responsible Official; . C I STE N.M.E KSON 13. Position/Title: Planning Official / SEPA Responsible Official I 14. Address: Planning Services Division - Department of Public Services 128 North 2nd Street, Fourth Floor Courthouse Yakima, WA 98901 -2639 15. Date: February 15, 2006 1 G :\Development ServvicesWrojects \SEPAUvtDNS\20051Wellington Plat Final MDNS.doe I 1 I 1 I • I I I Wellington Plat Final MDNS Page 5 of 5 SEP 05 INDEX a 1 1 1 COTTONWOOD PARTNERS, LLC "WELLINGTON ESTATES - PHASE 2" FLP #001 -12 1 EXHIBIT LIST 1 CHAPTER D Vicinity Map , _ i r r ?._r } i „_ . a'`''"P§ s o n' " t I � ���`� ')3 ' J7 � 1 4 S >” 'N �. 111.12V 4 of i 0^1. g § l - �k'� g tNi 4L ' � ` u � r , s , i'L ^� r 15,p - 5,1' A y '" , t y., § "te y i a y�[�� q'"j,� sK�'i�,,"� ''y`.� � a3r r a y *a.a, -YaA r* P d}*.+ },,„, �r ; 318!J =. ' ;tidt,.�m 4f" dq, c , '4,7Nc" ,'' s V,A r x t F 1!- r .+ t . 'i ��iij' i4` "�•" ' D -1 Vicinity Map 06/28/2012 • 1 _ 1 - 1 1 i - 1 1 1 I unung iviap for rL.rffuu1 -IL nttp:ifgts.yalamawa.gov/yal ttttagts /pnntmap.ntml tzomng=true I I i S t'7 01 I j ' ' vs ' , . ' � sc ,� . va ll 4,. ; .q > { ''. 4 �"x a W Wm :T Elfl St ` ' ° n._. , - .1 , , 'I , '*" . 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AS AUDITOR S FILE NUMBER 20 ESTATES PHASE 1 0 60 120 180 509-454 -8195 �(, /11 III - X - DENOTES EXISTING FENCE 7J" �/�L \ YAKIMA COUNTY AUDITOR BY DEPUTY DATE 5/21/12 SHEET 1 OF 3 J r , t LEGAL DESCRIPTION PLAT OF WELLINGTON ESTATES PHASE 2 PART OF THE NE1 /4, SW1 /4. AND PART OF THE Su/4. SW1 /4 ALL IN SEC 33. T 13 N. R 18 EWM TRACT 'A' OF THE PLAT OF WELLINGTON ESTATES PHASE 1, AS RECORDED UNDER AUDITOR S FILE NUMBER 7562470. RECORDS OF YAKIMA COUNTY. WASHINGTON, I EXCEPT BEGINNING AT THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF LOT 1 OF THAT SHORT PLAT RECORDED IN BOOK 79 OF SHORT PLATS, PAGE 74, RECORDS OF YAKIMA COUNTY. WASHINGTON; THENCE WEST ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID LOT S EXTENDED. TO A POINT 4 FEET LOT STREET ADDRESS IRRIGATION DISTRICT CERTIFICATE WESTERLY OF THE WEST LINE OF SAID LOT 1: - THENCE NORTH PARALLEL SAID WEST LINE TO A POINT 4 FEET NORTHERLY OF THE NORTH 1 2019 S. 57TH AVE LINE OF SAID LOT 1 EXTENDED: e THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREON IS LOCATED WHOLLY AS IN PART WITHIN THE BOUNDARIES OF TEE AHTANUN IRRIGATION THENCE EAST PARALLEL SAID NORTH LINE TO A POINT ON THE EAST LINE OF SAID LOT 1 2 2017 5 57TH AVE DISTRICT I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE IRRIGATION EASEMENTS AND RIGHTS OF WAY SHOWN ON THIS PLAT ARE ADEQUATE EXTENDED; 3 2D 15 5 57TH AVE TO SERVE ALL LOTS LOCATED WITHIN THIS PLAT WHICH ARE OTHERWISE ENTITLED TO IRRIGATION WATER UNDER THE THENCE SOUTH TO THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF SAID LOT S: OPERATING RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE DISTRICT. I ALSO CERTIFY THAT THE IRRIGATION EASEMENTS AND RIGHTS OF THENCE WEST ALONG SAID NORTH LINE TO THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF SAID LOT 1: 4 2013 S. 57TH AVE WAY ARE ADEQUATE TO TRANSMIT IRRIGATION WATER THROUGH THIS PLAT TO OTHER ADJACENT LAND ENTITLED TO THENCE SOUTH ALONG SAID WEST LINE TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING IRRIGATION WATER UNDER THE OPERATING RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE DISTRICT 5 2012 S. 57TH AVE AND EXCEPT BEGINNING AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF LOT 2 OF THAT SHORT PLAT 6 2014 S. 57TH AVE I FURTHER CERTIFY ,gip RECORDED IN BOOK 79 OF SHORT PLATS, PAGE 74. RECORDS OF YAKIMA COUNTY, 7 8 2016 S 57TH AVE 2018 S. 57TH AVE 1. THIS PLAT CONTAINS COMPLETE IRRIGATION DISTRIBUTION FACILITIES IN ACCORDANCE WITH THIS DISTRICT'S STANDARDS, OR RECEIVED v L�w IV�° WASHINGTON: THENCE NORTH ALONG THE NEST LINE OF SAID LOT 2 EXTENDED. TO A POINT 4 FEET NORTHERLY OF THE NORTH LINE OF SAID LOT 2: THENCE EAST PARALLEL SAID NORTH LINE TO A POINT ON THE EAST LINE OF LOT 6 OF 9 2019 S. 58TH AVE _ 2 PROVISIONS ACCEPTABLE TO THE DISTRICT HAVE BEEN MADE BY COVENANT AND AGREEMENT FOR COMPLETED THE PLAT OF WELLINGTON ESTATES PHASE 1, AS RECORDED UNDER AUDITOR S FILE 10 2017 S. 58TH AVE IRRIGATION FACILITIES TO ALL LOTS: SAID AGREEMENT IS FILED SUPPLEMENTAL TO THIS PLAT. OR „ ^ c1 NUMBER 7562470. RECORDS OF YAKIMA COUNTY. WASHINGTON 3. THE EXISTING IRRIGATION OISTRiB'JTION FACILITY IS ADEQUATE TO MEET THIS REQUTRENENi, OR JUN 2 0 `".. " THENCE SOUTH ALONG SAID EAST LINE TO THE 50U'HE;,3T CORNER OF SAID LOT 6; SS 2015 S. 58TH AVE — THENCE WEST ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF t ",:,^� SOT 2 TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING 12 2013 S. 58TH AVE 4 LOT (5) IS /ARE IN WHOLE OR IN PART. NOT CLASSIFIED AS 'IRRIGABLE LANG' BY THIS DISTRICT *°' 1 3 2012 S. 58TH AVE AND /OR ARE NOT CURRENTLY ENTITLED TO IRRIGATION WATER UNDER THE OPERATING RULES AND REGULATIONS OF CITY OF 1(gl(I�it� D EDICATION AND ;,RIVER OF CLAIMS THIS DISTRICT, OR PLANNING DIV. 14 2014 5. 58TH AVE KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS THAT COTTONWOOD PARTNERS LLC. 15 2016 S. 58TH AVE -- 5 THAT THE OWNER/DEVELOPER HAS/HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED BY THE DISTRICT TO FILE A CERTIFICATE OF OWNER A WASHING LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY, IS THE PARTY HAVING DEVELOPER UPON COMPLETION OF THE REQUIREMENTS STATED IN NO. 2 HEREOF. OWNERSHIP INTEREST IN THE LAND HEREON DESCRIBED: HAVE WITH 16 2018 5. 58TH AVE THEIR FREE CONSENT AND IN ACCORDANCE WITH THEIR DESIRES CAUSED THE SAME TO BE SURVEYED AND PLATTED AS SHOWN HEREON: DO HEREBY 17 2019 5. 59TH AVE DEDICATE THOSE ROADS AND/OR RIGHTS OF WAY SHOWN AS PUBLIC 18 2017 5. 59TH AVE BY AHTANUN IRRIGATION DISTRICT. PRESIDENT DATED DEDICATIONS HEREON TO THE USE OF THE PUBLIC: DO HEREBY WAIVE ON BEHALF OF THEMSELVES AND THEIR SUCCESSORS IN INTEREST ALL 19 2015 5. 59TH AVE I CLAIMS FOR DAMAGES AGAINST THIE CITY OF YAKIMA AND ANY OTHER BY 2013 S. 59TH AVE GOVERNMENTAL AUTHORITY WHICH MAY BE OCCASIONED TO THE ADJACENT AHTANUN IRRIGATION DISTRICT, STREAM PATROLMAN OR DESIGNEE) DATED LAND BY THE ESTABLISHED CONSTRUCTION. DRAINAGE, AND MAINTENANCE 21 2012 5. 59TH AVE OF SAID DEDICATED ROADS AND /OR RIGHTS OF WAY: AND 00 HEREBY 22 2014 S. 59TH AVE DEDICATE THE EASEMENTS AS SHOWN HEREON FOR THE USES INDICATED. 20 23 2016 S 59TH AVE TREASURER'S CERTIFICATE • DOUGLAS J. HUGHES, MEMBER .RICHARD C. HOCHREIN 24 2018 S. 59TH AVE I H=FEBY CERTIFY THAT ALL CHARGEABLE REGULAR AND SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIBLE BY THIS COTTONWOOD PARTNERS LLC COTTONWOOD PARTNERS LLC 25 5904 N. WHITMAN ST OFFICE THAT ARE DUE AND AWING ON THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED BEEN HEREIN ON OATS OF THIS. 26 5902 N. WHITMAN ST CERTIFICATIONS HAVE EN PAID. ACKNOWLEDGMENT 27 2102 S. 59TH AVE STATE OF WASHINGTON ) 28 2104 S. 59TH AVE DATED THIS DAY OF , 20_ 29 2202 S. 59TH AVE - COUNTY OF YAKIMA ) SS 30 2204 S. 59TH AVE BY' YAKIMA COUNTY TREASURER'S OFFICE I CERTIFY THAT I KNOW OR HAVE SATISFACTORY EVIDENCE THAT 31 2302 S. 59TH AVE DOUGLAS J. HUGHES IS THE PERSON WHO APPEARED BEFORE HE, 32 2301 S. 59TH AVE AND SAID PERSON ACKNOWLEDGED THAT HE SIGNED THIS INSTRUMENT AND ACKNOWLEDGED IT TO BE HIS FREE AND VOLUNTARY ACT FOR THE 33 2207 S. 59TH AVE 1 USES AND PURPOSES MENTIONED IN THE INSTRUMENT DATED: 34 2205 S. 59TH AVE APPROVALS 35 2203 S 59TH AVE 36 2201 S 59TH AVE APPROVED THIS DAY OF , 20 _ BY THE CITY OF YAKIMA ENGINEER 37 2107 S. 59TH AVE NOTARY PUBLIC 38 2105 S. 59TH AVE CITY OF YAKIMA ENGINEER 39 2103 S. 59TH AVE MY APPOINTMENT EXPIRES: 40 5706 N. WHITMAN ST 41 5704 W. WHITMAN ST APPROVED THIS DAY OF , 20 BY THE CITY OF YAKIMA SUBDIVISION ADMINISTRATOR ACKNOWLEDGMENT 42 5702 W WHITMAN ST - 43 5700 W. WHITMAN ST CITY OF YAKIMA SUBDIVISION ADMINISTRATOR OF WASHINGTON ) 1 S5 44 5610 H WHITMAN ST 45 5608 W WHITMAN S COUNTY OF YAKIMA ) APPROVED THIS DAY OF 20 BY THE YAY.INA CITY COUNCIL I CERTIF.Y.THAT I KNOW OR HAVE SATISFACTORY EVIDENCE THAT S RICHARD C. HOCHREIN IS THE PERSON WHO APPEARED BEFORE ME. MAYOP, CITY OF YAKIMA AND SAID PERSON ACKNOWLEDGED THAT HE SIGNED THIS INSTRUMENT AND ACKNOWLEDGED IT TO BE HIS FREE AND VOLUNTARY ACT FOR THE USES AND PURPOSES MENTIONED IN THE INSTRUMENT, DATED: SURVEYOR'S CERTIFICATE �( � �, � NOTARY PUBLIC I, DONALD H WILTON, A PROFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYOR. � "" kt DO HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE PLAT OF WELLINGTON ESTATES PHASE 2 MY APPOINTMENT EXPIRES: IS BASED UPON AN ACTUAL SURVEY AND SUBDIVISION OF SECTION 33,. C) 4 ". i 1.. TOWNSHIP 13 NORTH, RANGE 18 EAST. W.N.: THAT THE DISTANCES. I NOTES COURSES. AND ANGLES ARE SHOWN HEREON CORRECTLY AND THAT MONUMENTS AND LOT CORNERS HAVE BEEN SET ON THE GROUND AS SHOWN ON THE PLAT 9 9 p ¢ , � s s' as ,, 1. ALL LOTS WI THIS PLAT HAVE BEEN PROVIDED KITH PUBLIC SEWER CONNECTIONS srt 2 ALL LOTS WITHIN THIS PLAT HAVE BEEN PROVIDED WITH PUBLIC WATER' CONNECTIONS ^ O L.La4 3 1 3. ALL LOTS WITHIN THIS PLAT ARE SUBJECT TO COVENANTS AND RESTRICTIONS AS PROVIDED k " � 't " �' • III IN A DECLARATION RECORDED OCTOBER 20. 2006 AND MAY 15. 2007. UNDER AUDITOR'S FILE NUMBER 7532608 AND 7562471 `� �} " 3. ALL LOTS WITHIN THIS PLAT ARE SUBJECT TO COVENANTS. RESTRICTIONS. EASEMENTS AND OTHER MATTERS. IF ANY. AS RESERVED AND DELINEATED ON THE FACE OF THE PLAT 1 OF WELLINGTON ESTATES PHASE 1, AUDITOR S FILE NUMBER 7562470 4 THE OWNERS SHOWN HEREON. THEIR GRANTEES AND ASSIGNEES IN INTEREST HEREBY COVENANT AND AGREE TO RETAIN ALL SURFACE WATER GENERATED WITHIN THE PLAT ON SITE. ANY NATURAL DRAINAGE WAYS MUST NOT BE IMPEDED JOB W11023 5 THE ADDRESSES SHOWN ON THIS PLAT ARE ACCURATE AS OF THE DATE OF RECORDING. DON WILTON SURVEYING ' BUT MAY BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. THE CITY OF YAKIMA CODE ADMINISTRATION DIVISION IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CONFIRMATION OR REASSIGNMENT OF ADDRESSES AT THE e TIME OF BUILDING PERMIT ISSUANCE. PO BOX 2275 YAKIMA. WA NDEX 6 SURVEY PERFORMED WITH A TOPCON GTS 235W ELECTRONIC TOTAL STATION AND 509- 454 - 8195 (( E.. ^ CALIBRATED CHAIN USING FIELD TRAVERSE PROCEDURES 2 —. I 7. MONUMENTS SHOWN HEREON AS FOUND (FND) WERE VISITED IN MAY 2012 DATE 5/21/12 SHEET 3 OF 3 t .I"1.1af 'a) ' I g l Fil WOO 1 kii*6 filg O.: I li. ‘f s'y 40.1 a W 1 pg 11 1 g - g E l. g . IR al • g II 1 A E"" <11 g 1 h I g:1 i 11 ' Piti kti 1 il �� Al " " - 1 1 NI 11 :: - 0 .. g ; • o■• 2 a � VI g gi : - „ - bell i: i - r - 13 . ---- , --- I lit Z 0 1 illi (I) ,...... 4 •. u I . , i0 r - I 4 ; I 5h 1 iUj e : •' .„ ,4: �,, , b u l n 1111 irlig i ' ' -,, . _ , '',' , r . 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