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10/02/2012 07 2012 Comprehensive Plan Amendments2012 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENTS Yakima City Council Closed Record Public Hearings October 2, 2012 City of Yakima City Hall Council Chambers 129 North 2"d Street Yakima, WA 98901 TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER AA Proposed Ordinance - Draft CHAPTER BB Yakima Planning Commission Findings of Fact CHAPTER A Washington Fruit & Produce Company CPA#002-12, RZ#002-12, SEPA#014-12 1500 Block of N 6th Avenue CHAPTER B Donna Lockhart & Gary Rookstool CPA#003-12, RZ#003-12, SEPA#015-12 1021 South 31St Avenue CHAPTER C West Valley Nursing Homes, Inc. CPA#004-12, RZ#004-12, SEPA#016-12 300 Block of North 40th Avenue CHAPTER D Yakima Venture Capital LLC CPA#005-12, RZ#005-12, SEPA#017-12 714 South 6th Street CHAPTER E Apple Land Investments LLC / Wayne Clasen CPA#006-12, RZ#006-12, SEPA#018-12 8400 Block of Occidental Road CHAPTER F Public Notices 2012 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENTS Yakima City Council Public Hearing CHAPTER AA PROPOSED ORDINANCE - DRAFT EXHIBIT DOCUMENT DATE AA -1 Proposed Ordinance — Draft 10/02/2012 DRAFT ORDINANCE NO. 2012 - AN ORDINANCE concerning land use regulation and comprehensive planning and amending the Future Land Use Map of the City of Yakima and zoning as follows: changing the classification of the property located in the vicinity of the 1500 block of N 6th Avenue to Industrial and zoning to M-1, Light Industrial, Assessor's tax parcel numbers 181312- 31005, 31007, 34400, 34401, 34402, 34403, 34404, 34405, 34406; changing the classification of property in the Vicinity of the 300 block of N 40th Avenue to High Density Residential and zoning to R-3, Multi- family Residential Assessor's tax parcel numbers 181322-13025, 13071, 13073; changing the classification of property located at 714 S r Street to Neighborhood Commercial and zoning to B-2, Local Business, Assessor's tax parcel number 191319- 43507; changing the classification of property located in the vicinity of the 8400 block of Occidental Road to High Density Residential and zoning to R-3, Multi- family Residential, Assessor's tax parcel numbers 181206-21001, 21005, 21007, 21401, 21402. WHEREAS, the Washington State Growth Management Act (GMA) requires counties and cities to prepare Tong -range comprehensive plans pursuant to Ch. 36.70A RCW and related laws and regulations; and WHEREAS, RCW 36.70A.130 provides for continuing review and evaluation of comprehensive plans and development regulations at least every five years and for the revision or amendments to such plans not more than once a year but at least once every five years, with certain exceptions; and WHEREAS, RCW 36.70A.470 requires that counties and cities planning under RCW 36.70A.040 include in their development regulations a procedure for any interested person, including applicants, citizens, hearing examiners, and staff of other agencies, to suggest comprehensive plan or development regulation amendments; and WHEREAS, RCW Ch. 36.70A further requires that the suggested amendments be docketed and considered not more often than once a year, consistent with the provisions of RCW 36.70A.130; and IND # AA -1 DRAFT WHEREAS, on March 18, 2003, the City Council enacted Ch. 16.10 YMC to provide procedures and criteria for amending and updating the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan; and WHEREAS, Washington Fruit and Produce Co. has submitted an application requesting that the classification of the property legally described in Exhibit "C" and located in the in the Vicinity of the 1500 block of N 6th Avenue (parcel nos. 181312-31005, 31007, 34400, 34401, 34402, 34403, 34404, 34405, 34406) be changed from Regional Commercial to Industrial on the Future Land Use Map of the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan (hereinafter "CPA #002-12"); and zoning changed to M-1, Light Industrial; and WHEREAS, West Valley Nursing Homes, Inc., has submitted an application requesting that the classification of the properties legally described in Exhibit "D" and located in the vicinity of the 300 block of N 40` Avenue (parcel nos. 181322-13025, 13071, 13073) be changed from Medium Density Residential to High Density Residential on the Future Land Use Map of the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan (hereinafter "CPA #004-12"); and zoning changed to R-3, Multi -family Residential; and WHEREAS, Yakima Venture Capital, LLC, has submitted an application requesting that the classification of the property legally described in Exhibit "E" and located at 714 S 6th Street (parcel nos. 191319-43507) be changed from Low Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial on the Future Land Use Map of the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan (hereinafter "CPA #005-12"); and zoning changed to R-1, Single-family residential; and WHEREAS, Wayne Clasen and Apple Land Investments, LLC, have submitted an application requesting that the classification of the property legally described in Exhibit "F" and located in the vicinity of the 8400 block of Occidental Road (parcel nos. 181206-21001, 21005, 21007, 21401, 21402) be changed from Low Density Residential to High Density Residential on the Future Land Use Map of the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan (hereinafter "CPA #006-12"); and zoning changed to R-3, Multi -family Residential; and WHEREAS, pursuant to YMC 16.10.030, the SEPA Administrative Official issued Determinations of Nonsignificance for each of the Future Land Use Map Amendments and Rezones in accordance with WAC 197-11-355, as required under the State Environmental Policy Act; and WHEREAS, in accordance with YMC Chapter 16.10, the Yakima Planning Commission held appropriate meetings and hearings to review and consider the requested comprehensive plan amendments; and WHEREAS, pursuant to YMC 16.10.080 and the approval criteria set forth in YMC 16.10.040, the Yakima Planning Commission made a recommendation to a meeting of the City Council that the requested comprehensive plan amendments described above be approved; and WHEREAS, in accordance with YMC Chapter 15.23, the Yakima Planning Commission held appropriate hearings to review and consider the requested zoning amendments; and DOC. INDEX # AA - f DRAFT WHEREAS, the City Council finds that the findings of the Yakima Planning Commission set forth in the recommendations in response to the requirements of Yakima Municipal Code ("YMC") § 15.23.030(E)(F) are correct and appropriate, and that the same should be adopted by the City Council as its findings herein; and WHEREAS, pursuant to YMC 16.10.090, on September 18, 2012, a public hearing regarding the requested comprehensive plan amendments described above was held before a meeting of the City Council; and WHEREAS, it is in the best interests of the City to enact the following to approve the requested comprehensive plan and zoning amendments described above, 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 August 22, 2012 findings, conclusions and recommendations of the Yakima Planning Commission for CPA #002-12, CPA #004-12, CPA #005- 12, and CPA #006-12. A copy of said recommendations is attached as Exhibit "A" and is incorporated herein by this reference. Section 2. The official Future Land Use Map of the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan shall be amended or modified to reclassify the subject real properties set forth herein consistent with the above sections of this ordinance. Section 3. The official Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance shall be amended or modified to reclassify the subject real properties set forth herein consistent with the above sections of this ordinance Section 4. The Property Use and Development Agreement affecting CPA #006-12 is hereby approved and accepted. A copy of said Agreement is attached as Exhibit "B" and is incorporated herein by this reference. Section 5. The City Clerk is hereby authorized and directed to file a certified copy of this ordinance with the Yakima County Auditor. Section 6. 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 7. 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. PASSED BY THE CIY COUNCIL at a regular meeting and signed and approved this day of October, 2012. DOC. INDEX # AA-- I DRAFT Micah Cawley, Mayor ATTEST: City Clerk Publication Date: Effective Date: DOC. INDEX # AA -1 2012 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENTS Yakima City Council Public Hearing CHAPTER BB YPC FINDINGS OF FACT 4:11: pDOMENT DATE gi# - . DOCUMENT BB -1 Yakima Planning Commission Findings of Fact 2012 Comprehensive Plan Map Amendments 08/22/2012 EXHIBIT "A" YAKIMA PLANNING COMMISSION RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE YAKIMA CITY COUNCIL FOR THE 2012 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENTS AND REZONES August 22, 2012 WHEREAS The City of Yakima adopted the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan in December 2006 and the Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance in April 2011; and WHEREAS The Washington Growth Management Act and local ordinances provide a process for the annual review of amendments to the Plan as requested by citizens, property owners and/or local government; and WHEREAS For the 2012 Comprehensive Plan Amendment review process the Department of Community & Economic Development processed five applications; and WHEREAS Under the provisions of YMC 1.42 the Yakima Planning Commission is authorized to review these applications and to recommend the approval, modification or denial of each request; and WHEREAS The Yakima Planning Commission held study sessions to review the Comprehensive Plan and Zoning map amendments on July 11 and July 25, 2012 and the open record public hearings were held on August 8 and 22, 2012; and WHEREAS All required public notice of these applications was provided in accordance with the provisions of YMC 15.11.090, YMC 16.05.010 — 050 and YMC 16.10.070; and 2012 Yakima Planning Commission Comprehensive Plan Amendment and Rezone Recommendations 1 DOC. INDEX #,,BB-( YAKIMA PLANNING COMMISSION RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE YAKIMA CITY COUNCIL FOR THE 2012 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENTS AND REZONES August 22, 2012 WHEREAS The City of Yakima adopted the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan in December 2006 and the Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance in April 2011; and WHEREAS The Washington Growth Management Act and local ordinances provide a process for the annual review of amendments to the Plan as requested by citizens, property owners and/or local government; and WHEREAS For the 2012 Comprehensive Plan Amendment review process the Department of Community & Economic Development processed five applications; and WHEREAS Under the provisions of YMC 1.42 the Yakima Planning Commission is authorized to review these applications and to recommend the approval, modification or denial of each request; and WHEREAS The Yakima Planning Commission held study sessions to review the Comprehensive Plan and Zoning map amendments on July 11 and July 25, 2012 and the open record public hearings were held on August 8 and 22, 2012; and WHEREAS All required public notice of these applications was provided in accordance with the provisions of YMC 15.11.090, YMC 16.05.010 — 050 and YMC 16.10.070; and 2012 Yakima Planning Commission Comprehensive Plan Amendment and Rezone Recommendations 1 DOC. INDEX #.17a-,......1 WHEREAS The recommendations for these five Future Land Use Map amendments are based upon the criteria specified in YMC 16.10.040; and WHEREAS The recommendations for the five concurrent rezones are based upon the criteria specified in YMC Subsection 15.23.030(E); and WHEREAS The Yakima Planning Commission concluded its consideration of these five applications on August 8 and 22, 2012. Now therefore, the Yakima City Planning Commission presents the following findings and recommendations to the Yakima City Council: CPA #002-12 APPLICANT: Washington Fruit and Produce Co. LOCATION: Vicinity of 1500 Block of N 6h Avenue PARCEL NOS: 181312-31005,31007,34400,34401,34402, 34403,34404, 34405, and 34406 Based upon a view of the site, the information contained in the staff report, exhibits, testimony and other evidence presented at an open record public hearing held on August 8, 2012; and a review of the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan and the Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance; the Planning Commission makes the following: FINDINGS The applicants requests a change in the Future Land Use Map from Regional Commercial to Industrial and a concurrent rezone from LCC, Large Convenience Center to M-1, Light Industrial. The subject property is located to the west of N 6th Avenue, south of Highway 12, north of the applicant's River Road warehouses and approximately 1300 feet to the east of N 16th Avenue. Access would be from N 6th Avenue or from the applicant's adjacent property to the south. In addition to all necessary public utilities and services being available at this location any industrial development in this area will have access to the new industrial waste sewer line being built to serve the businesses in this area. 2012 Yakima Planning Commission Comprehensive Plan Amendment and Rezone Recommendations 2 DOC. INDEX # 3t3.-- Even though this application involves approximately 46 acres of land it remains a relatively minor request in that it does not cause any adverse consequences for adjacent properties, jurisdictions or service providers. Because of the location there are no significant issues related to the request; consequently, this request will not significantly contribute to the cumulative impacts of other Comprehensive Plan amendments. This proposal meets the County -wide Planning Policies and the intent of the Growth Management Act because it will allow for better compatibility and consistency with adjacent properties and directs infill to within the city limits. Furthermore it fulfills a public need for additional Targe scale light industrial acreage required to support local economic development efforts. CONCLUSIONS 1. Notwithstanding its size the amendment is minor in nature. 2. No adverse impacts have been identified by this amendment request. 3. No written comments or testimony was received in opposition to the proposed action. 4. The property is currently served by all necessary public utilities needed for future industrial development. 5. Approval of this request will not affect the cumulative impacts of other Comprehensive Plan applications. 6. Fulfills the need for additional large scale industrially zoned property for local economic development efforts. 7. The new industrial waste sewer line will be available to serve this property. MOTION Based upon the analysis, findings and conclusions outlined above, it was moved and seconded that the Yakima Planning Commission recommend APPROVAL of the amendment request from Regional Commercial to Industrial and the rezone request from LCC, Large Convenience Center to M-1, Light Industrial. The motion carried by a vote of 6/0. Ben •val, Chairman Yakima Planning Commission 2012 Yakima Planning Commission Comprehensive Plan Amendment and Rezone Recommendations 3 udi 2-112' Date DOC. INDEX # 813. CPA #003-12 APPLICANT: Donna Lockhart and Gary Rookstool LOCATION: 1021 S 31st Avenue, Yakima, WA PARCEL NOS: 181326-23491 Based upon a view of the site, the information contained in the staff report, exhibits, testimony and other evidence presented at an open record public hearing held on August 8, 2012; and a review of the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan and the Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance; the Planning Commission makes the following: FINDINGS The applicants request a change in the Future Land Use Map from Low Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial and a concurrent rezone from R-1, Single- family residential to B-2, Local Business. The subject property is an approximately 7,200 square foot lot located at the northeast corner of the intersection of S 31St Avenue and Nob Hill Boulevard and is accessible from either street. It is surrounded on three sides by existing single family homes on R-1 zoned lots. Across Nob Hill Boulevard to the south is Banner Bank which is zoned B-2. Feature wise there is a single-family home with a detached garage that was converted into a clothing store by a previous owner. A business operated from the site, without any permits, until it was abated in 2008. All necessary public utilities and facilities are available at this location. Concerning the requirements for making a finding of public need or a change in circumstance; it has not been shown that there is a public need for additional commercial property along Nob Hill Boulevard and furthermore an increase in traffic volumes does not constitute a relevant change in circumstance given the site constraints and compatibility issues of this request. Should an increase in traffic volumes become a principal indicator supporting a change to commercial zoning then the protections from encroachment for residentially zoned properties located adjacent to Yakima's arterial streets would be greatly diminished. Although this request conforms with the County -wide Planning Policies and the intent of the Growth Management Act by directing infill to within city limits its compatibility and consistency with adjacent properties is not supported by the written comments and public testimony received. In addition, as a stand-alone request this site's layout is constrained to a point where it would not be conducive to the safe flow of commercial traffic when entering, leaving or maneuvering within this site. 2012 Yakima Planning Commission Comprehensive Plan Amendment and Rezone Recommendations 4 Doc. INDEX > r YAKIMA PLANNING COMMISSION'S CONCLUSIONS 1. The amendment is minor in nature. 2. The property is currently served by all necessary public utilities and services but has not demonstrated that an individual site of this size and configuration can safely accommodate the amount of traffic that a commercial use would generate. 3. Neither a public need for additional commercial zoning along Nob Hill Boulevard nor a change in circumstances has been substantiated. 4. Based upon both written comments (and testimony) the requested change is opposed by the surrounding neighborhood on the basis of incompatibility and traffic safety. 5. Denial of this request will have no effect upon the other Comprehensive Plan and rezone amendment applications. MOTION Based upon the analysis, findings and conclusions outlined above, it was moved and seconded that the Yakima Planning Commission recommend DENIAL of the amendment request from Low Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial and a concurrent rezone from R-1, Single-family residential to 6-2, Local Business. The motion carried by a vote of four in favor, one against and one abstention. 1IICi l z - Ben oval, Chairman Date Yakima Planning Commission CPA # 004-12 APPLICANT: West Valley Nursing Homes, Inc. LOCATION: Vicinity of the 300 block of N 40th Avenue PARCEL NO: 181322-13025, 13071, 13073 Based upon a view of the site, the information contained in the staff report, exhibits, testimony and other evidence presented at an open record public hearing held on August 8, 2012; and a review of the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan and the Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance; the Planning Commission makes the following: 2012 Yakima Planning Commission Comprehensive Plan Amendment and Rezone Recommendations 5 DOC. INDEX FINDINGS The applicant requests a change in the Future Land Use Map from Medium Density Residential to High Density Residential and a concurrent rezone from R-2, Two-family Residential to R-3, High Density Residential. The subject property is located on the east side of N 40th Avenue, south and west of the Yakima Valley Canal and to the north of the applicant's existing senior housing facilities. All required public utilities and services are presently available. The requested change in land use designation from low density residential to high density residential is consistent with the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan by meeting many of the goals, objectives and policies of the Plan set forth in the General Development, Public Services, Land Use, Transportation, and Utilities Elements of the Comprehensive Plan. The case for making a finding of public need for additional high-density residential land use and zoning is that there is a current and growing demand for this type of land use and an insufficient amount of available property to currently meet that need. This is a relatively minor request and does not present any adverse consequences for adjacent jurisdictions or service providers. Because of location, adjacent land uses and the relatively small land area involved, there are no significant issues related to the request and no written comments were received in opposition to the proposed action. This proposal meets the County -wide Planning Policies and intent of the Growth Management Act by directing urban growth to within an existing urban area and encourages development in an area where all urban level services and facilities are provided. YAKIMA PLANNING COMMISSION'S CONCLUSIONS 1. The amendment is minor in nature. 2. No adverse impacts have been identified by this amendment request. 3. No written comments were received in opposition to the proposed action. 4. The property is currently served by all necessary public utilities needed for future high-density residential development. 5. There is a need for additional high-density housing in the Yakima area. 6. A high-density residential designation and R-3 multi -family residential designation better reflects the current use of the subject property. 2012 Yakima Planning Commission Comprehensive Plan Amendment and Rezone Recommendations 6 DOC. INDEX # 8e-- 7. Approval of this request will not affect the cumulative impacts of other Comprehensive Plan applications. MOTION Based upon the analysis, findings and conclusions outlined above, it was moved and seconded that the Yakima Planning Commission recommend APPROVAL of the amendment request from Medium Density Residential to High Density Residential and a concurrent rezone from R-2, Two-family Residential to R-3, High Density Residential. The motion carried by a 6/0 vote. en S oval, Chairman Yakima Planning Commission CPA #005-12 APPLICANT: Yakima Venture Capital, LLC LOCATION: 714 S 6th Street, Yakima, WA PARCEL NOS: 191319-43507 °OIL/ 12, Date Based upon a view of the site, the information contained in the staff report, exhibits, testimony and other evidence presented at an open record public hearing held on August 8, 2012; and a review of the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan and the Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance; the Planning Commission makes the following: FINDINGS The applicant requests a change in the Future Land Use Map from Low Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial and a concurrent zoning change from R-1, Single -Family Residential to B-2, Local Business. The subject property is a vacant lot located on the west side of S 6th Street and approximately 100 feet north of Adams Street. This property is contiguous with other property to the south that was rezoned to B-2 in 2010. All required public utilities and services necessary for commercial development are available at this site. 2012 Yakima Planning Commission Comprehensive Plan Amendment and Rezone Recommendations 7 DOC. INDEX DEV This proposal supports small scale neighborhood commercial development thereby fulfilling a public need for this amendment and rezone. The proposal also fulfills applicable Comprehensive Plan goals and policies in support of economic development. This is an isolated request and does not appear to present any adverse consequences to adjacent properties, adjacent jurisdictions or service providers. Because of the relatively small land area involved, there are no significant issues related to the request and there were no comments received in opposition. This proposal meets the County -wide Planning Policies, the intent of the Growth Management Act, directs urban growth to within an existing urban area and will satisfy a neighborhood need for additional community oriented commercial goods and services. YAKIMA PLANNING COMMISSION'S CONCLUSIONS 1. The amendment is minor in nature. 2. No adverse impacts have been identified by this amendment request. 3. No written comments were received in opposition to the proposed action. 4. The property is currently served by all necessary public utilities needed for small scale commercial land uses. 5. A commercial designation will better reflect the current and anticipated use of the subject property. 6. Approval of this request will not affect the cumulative impacts of other Comprehensive Plan applications. MOTION Based upon the analysis, findings and conclusions outlined above, it was moved and seconded that the Yakima Planning Commission recommend APPROVAL of the Comprehensive Plan amendment request from Low Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial and a concurrent rezone from R-1, Single-family residential to B-2, Local Business. The motion carried by a 6/0 vote. Ben Shoval, Chairman Yakima Planning Commission 2012 Yakima Planning Commission Comprehensive Plan Amendment and Rezone Recommendations 8 Date DOC. INDEX CPA # 006-12 APPLICANT: Wayne Clasen and Apple Land Investments, LLC LOCATION: Vicinity 8400 Block of Occidental Road PARCEL NOS: 181206-21001, 21005, 21007, 21401, and 21402 Based upon a view of the site, the information contained in the staff report, exhibits, testimony and other evidence presented at open record public hearings held on August 8 and 22, 2012, and a review of the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan and the Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance; the Planning Commission makes the following: FINDINGS The applicant requests a change in the Future Land Use Map from Low-density Residential to High-density Residential and a concurrent rezone from R-1, Single-family residential to R-3, Multi -family Residential. This application takes in five properties which in combination are approximately 19% acres in size. They are situated on the south side of Coolidge Road to the east of S 86th Avenue and may be accessed from either street. There are single family homes on four of the five parcels together with several associated agricultural buildings. Apart from the home sites the majority of the property is either in orchard or pasture. The surrounding area has historically been agricultural and/or large lot residential. However, the development of Apple Tree Golf Course and its associated developments immediately to the west and north have greatly increased interest in this area and have initiated a change in the area which is transitioning from predominately agricultural to more intensive residential and recreational development. The properties are currently not connected to city sewer or Nob Hill Water; however both services are available nearby. Public facilities currently provided by the City of Yakima include police and fire protection. No written comments were submitted in opposition to the proposed action; however, testimony in opposition to allowing a non -project related rezone was given at the hearing on August 22nd. Undefined multi -family development on this property raises compatibility concerns that can be addressed by a development agreement specifying the nature of the development that would be permitted on this rezoned property. 2012 Yakima Planning Commission Comprehensive Plan Amendment and Rezone Recommendations 9 DOC. INDEX The public need for this change arises from the fact that it is challenging to find appropriately zoned property for any large multi -family dwelling projects within the City of Yakima and its Urban Growth Area. This proposal clearly addresses that need. Approval of this request will not affect the cumulative impacts of other Comprehensive Plan applications. YAKIMA PLANNING COMMISSION'S CONCLUSIONS 1. The amendment is minor in nature. 2. No written public comments were received in opposition to this proposed amendment. 3. Public testimony was received in opposition. 4. Potentially adverse impacts were identified that can be resolved by a development agreement ensuring that the property is developed with senior housing similar to the generalized concept plan that was put forth by the proponent. 5. The requested rezone is supported by the goals and policies of both the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan and the West Valley Neighborhood Plan. 6. The property is capable of being served by all necessary public utilities required for high density residential land uses. 7. The property is well suited for the types of development permitted in the R-3, Multi -family residential zone. 8. Approval of this request will fulfill a public need for additional R-3 zoned properties in the City of Yakima. 9. Approval of this request will not affect the cumulative impacts of other Comprehensive Plan changes. MOTION Based upon the analysis, findings and conclusions outlined above, it was moved and seconded that the Yakima Planning Commission recommend APPROVAL, SUBJECT TO A DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT, of this amendment request from Low Density Residential to High Density Residential and the concurrent rezone from R-1, Single- family Residential to R-3, Multi -family Residential. The motion carried by a 6/0 vote. Ben Shoval, Chairman Date Yakima Planning Commission 2012 Yakima Planning Commission Comprehensive Plan Amendment and Rezone Recommendations 10 DOC. INDEX # ?r-1 2012 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENTS Yakima City Council Public Hearing CHAPTER A WASHINGTON FRUIT & PRODUCE COMPANY CPA#002-12, RZ#002-12, SEPA#014-12 4$11:11, DOCUMENT DATE A-1 Land Use Application submitted for Comp Plan Amendment, Rezone, and SEPA Review with Narratives 04/30/2012 A-2 Environmental Checklist 04/30/2012 A-3 Maps: Future Land Use, Vicinity, Mailing, Aerial, Zoning, and Atlas 04/30/2012 A -3a Comment Letter from Gwen Clear, Dept of Ecology 06/18/2012 A-4 DST Review - Request for Comments and DST Distribution List A -4a: Comments received from Joe Rosenlund, Streets & Traffic Operations Manager A -4b: Acknowledgement Letter received from Dept. of Commerce 06/20/2012 A-5 Notice of Application, Environmental Review, and YPC Public Hearing A -5a: Postcard Notice A -5b: Parties and Agencies Notified A -5c: Affidavit of Mailing 06/05/2012 A-6 Land Use Action Installation Certificate 07/02/2012 A-7 Notice of Decision of Final Determination of Non Significance A -7a: Parties and Agencies Notified A -7b: Affidavit of Mailing 07/13/2012 A-8 Legal Notice of YPC Public Hearing Published in Yakima Herald -Republic 07/13/2012 A-9 Yakima Planning Commission Agenda & Distribution List 08/08/2012 A-10 Staff Report 08/08/2012 CITY OF YAKIMA DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 2012 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENTS Amendment Request Submitted by: ) Combined Staff Report ) CPA #002-12, Rezone #002-12 Washington Fruit and Produce Co. ) & SEPA #014-12 ) Staff Contact: Bruce Benson, For Changes to the Future Land Use ) Supervising Planner and Zoning Maps of the City of Yakima ) 575-6042 SUMMARY OF RECOMMENDATIONS Staff recommends to the Yakima City Planning Commission that this Comprehensive Plan map amendment and rezone request be approved. SUMMARY OF REQUEST APPLICANT: Washington Fruit and Produce Co. LOCATION: Vicinity of 1500 Block of N 6h Avenue PARCEL NOS: 181312-31005,31007,34400,34401,34402, 34403,34404, 34405, and 34406 The applicants are requesting to change the future land use designation to Industrial and zoning to M-1, Light Industrial. CURRENT ZONING AND LAND USE The project site currently has a Regional Commercial Future Land Use Map designation and is zoned LCC, Large Convenience Center. The area had been an orchard but is currently vacant save for a residential style structure found at the far north end. Adjacent properties have the following characteristics: Location Zoning Comprehensive Plan Land Use North SR Low Density Residential Yakima Greenway South M-1 Industrial Industrial East M-1 Industrial Industrial West LCC Regional Commercial Vacant land APPLICATION BACKGROUND The subject property is located to the west of N 6th Avenue, south of highway 12, north of the applicant's River Road warehouses and approximately 1300 feet to the east of N 1 DOC. IIdD # -10 16th Avenue. Access would be from N 6th Avenue or from the applicants adjacent property to the south. All necessary public utilities, soon to include the new industrial waste sewer line, are available at this location. Public facilities provided include City of Yakima police, fire protection and public transit. COMMENTS RECEIVED Department of Ecology Aerial photos show what could be a forested wetland on the northwest portion of parcel number 181312-31007. This potential wetland was cut off from the Naches River surface hydrology with the construction of Highway 12, but the area likely still has a groundwater connection with the Naches River. (It remains green even when irrigation waters are not being applied to the rest of the parcel.) A wetland determination/delineation should be done for this area before any building is allowed to take place on the parcel. If the area is confirmed to be a wetland, a shoreline permit would be required if any activity takes place within the wetland area, because of its proximity to and influence by the Naches River system. (WAC 173-22-040 3c) If site activities remain outside the wetland area, then buffers under the City of Yakima Critical Areas Ordinance would apply to any development on site proximate to the wetland area. Forested wetlands in urban area are unique and should be protected from vegetation removal and filling. Historically, in other areas of Yakima, the trees within forested wetlands were removed and wetlands were altered or filled to increase visibility of the business or development from the interstate. Buyers of this parcel should be made aware that any impact to the wetland, including vegetation removal, must be permitted and mitigated. Besides local ordinances, state and federal permits may be needed before impacts to wetland can be allowed. Ecology suggests that the presences of this potential wetland and the applicability of the shoreline regulations or critical areas ordinance for wetland protection be placed on the property title or property assessment documents in order to assure that future parcel buyers are aware of potential challenges for development. Ecology staff would be happy to assist the City or the applicant in making a preliminary wetland determination of the forested area to determine whether or not it meets the wetland criteria. Toxics Clean-up Based upon the historical agricultural use of this land, there is a possibility the soil contains residual concentrations of pesticides. Ecology recommends that the soils be sampled and analyzed for lead and arsenic and for organochlorine pesticides. If these contaminates are found at concentration above the MCYA clean-up levels Ecology recommends that potential buyers be notified of their occurrence. 2 DOC. INDEX #..A. -10 ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW This is a non -project application without a specific use or site plan to be considered. Consequently, there are not any significant adverse environmental impacts associated with this application. A Final Determination of Nonsignificance (DNS) was therefore issued on July 13, 2012. No appeal of the DNS decision was received during the 14 - day appeal period. PUBLIC NOTICE Mailing of Notice of Application Posting of property Public Hearing Notice Published June 5, 2012 July 3, 2012 July 13, 2012 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT APPROVAL CRITERIA In accordance with the provisions of the Yakima Municipal Code, the following criteria must be considered in the review of any proposed amendment to the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan. 16.10.040 (1): To alter the Future Land Use Map or other plan policy map, or effect a Comprehensive Plan text amendment, the proposed amendment must do one or more of the following: (a) Address circumstances that have changed since the last time the relevant Comprehensive Plan or text was considered: Subsequent to the adoption the City of Yakima's current Comprehensive Plan Washington Fruit & Produce Company has developed its fruit packing and associated storage facilities on their adjacent property to the south. With their current site being completely built out the only reasonable possibility for them to expand their operations is to do so to the north. They have consequently acquired the approximately 46 acres which lie north and are the subject of this request. Previously this land had been zoned industrial however this designation was changed to Regional Commercial for the development of the River Pointe Landing Shopping Mall. The Mall's development was victim to the current economic climate and as a consequence a part of that land has been sold to Washington Fruit. The need for additional property to expand this existing business constitutes the changed circumstance. 3 DOC. INDEX # A -ID (b) Better implement applicable Comprehensive Plan policies than the current relevant Comprehensive Plan map or text; The proposal better implements the applicable plan policies because it meets the following goals and policies: Goal 3.13 — Provide sufficient and suitable land for industrial uses to help create job opportunities and to promote economic growth. Policy 3.13.1 — Locate industries in areas where public facilities are available and have adequate transportation access. Policy 3.13.6 — New storage, warehousing, and Tight industrial; development shall be located in clusters with existing development. (c) Correct an obvious mapping error; No, it does not appear that an obvious mapping error occurred. (d) Address an identified deficiency in the Comprehensive Plan; The deficiency this request addresses is that Yakima currently has a very limited supply of industrially zoned property available for large scale industrial use. (e) Is the proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendment coordinated with, and take into consideration, the comprehensive plans adopted by Yakima County or cities with which the City of Yakima has, in part, common borders or related regional issues as may be required by RCW 36.70A.100? This proposal is consistent with RCW 36.70A.100. This application is part of the annual comprehensive plan update for the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan which the City of Yakima coordinates with adjacent jurisdictions. (f) Proposed Comprehensive Plan amendments must be consistent with the Growth Management Act (GMA), Ch. 36.70A RCW, and the Yakima County Wide Planning Policy (CWPP). This proposal is consistent with the Growth Management Act and the Yakima County -wide Planning Policy because the proposal directs urban growth to an existing urban area (within City Limits first) and encourages infill in an area where all urban level services and facilities are currently provided. The proposal reduces sprawl and is served with an adequate transportation system. This proposal also encourages economic development in the urban area and 4 DOC. INDEX #-ro 1 provides goods and services for the surrounding neighborhood and general Yakima Area. (g) Cumulative impacts of all Comprehensive Plan amendments, including those approved since the original adoption of the Comprehensive Plan, shall be considered in the evaluation of any proposed amendments. The impact should be minimal because the property under consideration is well suited for the large scale industrial use. Its location, large size and available infrastructure all support the requested change. . (h) For Future Land Use Map changes, please provide descriptive information regarding the property, including the status of existing land use, access to sewer and water, as well as the availability of public facilities such as schools, fire and police services. The subject property consists of open land previously in orchard. It is currently vacant but for an existing residential structure located on the far north end. All utilities and services are available for extension throughout this site including the industrial waste sewer line which is in development. CONCLUSIONS • The amendment is minor in nature. • No adverse impacts have been identified by approving this amendment request. • A DNS was issued for this proposal on July 13, 2011 and the 14 -day appeal period ended on July 27, 2012. No appeal was received. • No public comments were received in opposition to this proposed amendment. REZONE APPROVAL CRITERIA In accordance with the provisions of Yakima Municipal Code Section 15.23.030, recommendations to approve or deny proposed rezones shall include the following considerations: (1) Testimony at public hearing. A Notice of Application was mailed to all property owners within 300 feet of the subject properties on June 5, 2012 wherein they were invited to submit written and/or provide oral comments on this proposed amendment. After consideration of any public comments received during the course of the hearing it may be appropriate for the Planning Commission to modify the staffs recommendation. 5 DOC. INDEX # A-(0 (2) The suitability of property in question for uses permitted under the proposed zoning. The subject property is reasonably flat, can be served with all necessary public utilities and is accessible from North 6th Avenue or the applicant's adjacent holdings to the south. If considered as a whole the property is well suited for uses listed within Table 4-1 for the Light Industrial zoning district. (3) The recommendations from interested agencies and departments. No agencies or departments have registered any opposition to this rezone. (4) Compliance with the Comprehensive Plan. The Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan defines the Industrial land use designation as a "range of activities, including construction businesses, manufacturing, transportation, communication, utilities, and wholesale and warehouse activities, which may include some accessory office and retail use." This proposal meets that definition and is further supported by the following goals and policies: Goal 3.13 — Provide sufficient and suitable land for industrial uses to help create job opportunities and to promote economic growth. Policy 3.13.1 — Locate industries in areas where public facilities are available and have adequate transportation access. Policy 3.13.6 — New storage, warehousing, and light industrial; development shall be located in clusters with existing development. (5) The adequacy of public facilities, such as roads, sewer, water, and other required public services. This property is currently capable of being served by all public utilities necessary for the support of industrial land uses. This will include the use of the industrial waste sewer line which is being built to serve the industrial needs of this area. (6) The compatibility of the proposed zone change and associated uses with neighboring land uses. The proposed zone change is compatible with existing neighboring land uses because surrounding properties that lie directly to the south and east are currently zoned Light Industrial and consist of manufacturing and service businesses. The north property line of this project abuts State Route 12. Properties which lie to the west are zoned LCC and currently undeveloped DOC. IMDP 6 # -IO and vacant. Essentially there is little change from the current situation because the M-1 zone would continue to abut the LCC zone; it's just that the boundaries would be altered. (6a) What mitigating measures are planned to address incompatibility, such as sitescreening, buffering building design, open space, traffic flow alteration, etc.? (7) No mitigation is proposed as part of this non -project rezone request. The surrounding properties are currently in commercial or industrial use and any needed mitigations could be required as part of regular site plan approval. The Public need for the proposed change. Given this region's economic dependence upon agriculture the creation of additional land for agricultural/industrial storage fulfills the requirement of making a finding that there is a public need being addressed by this change. CONCLUSIONS 1. The amendment is appropriate for the area. 2. No adverse impacts have been identified by the approval of this rezone. 3. The requested rezone better supports adjacent industrial land uses and economic development.. 4. The property is currently served by all necessary public utilities capable of supporting Tight industrial land uses. RECOMMENDATION The Department of Community and Economic Development recommends APPROVAL of this amendment request from Regional Commercial to Industrial to accommodate a concurrent rezone from LCC, Large Convenience Center to M-1, Light Industrial. 7 DOC. INDEX # .A - cD F i DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Planning Division 129 North 2"d Street, 2"d Floor Yakima, Washington 98901 (509) 575-6183 • Fax (509) 575-6105 www.buildingyakima.com • www.yakimawa.goviservices/planning City of Yakima Planning Commission PUBLIC HEARING City Hall Council Chambers Wednesday August 8, 2012 3:30 - 5:00 p.m. YPC Members: Chairman Ben Shoval, Co -Chair Bill Cook, Ron Anderson, Al Rose, Scott Clark, Dave Fonfara, Betty Carley City Planning Staff: Joan Davenport, Planning Manager; Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner; Jeff Peters and Joseph Calhoun, Associate Planners; Chris Wilson, Assistant Planner; and Rosalinda Marra, Planning Technician Agenda I. Call to Order II. Audience Participation III. Public Hearings: 2012 Comprehensive Plan Amendments A. Donna Lockhart & Gary Rookstool - CPA#003-12 B. Washington Fruit & Produce Company - CPA#002-12 C. West Valley Nursing Homes - CPA#004-12 D. Yakima Venture Capital LLC - CPA#005-12 E. Apple Land Investments/Wayne Clasen - CPA#006-12 IV. Other Business V. Adjourn to August 22, 2012 DOC. INDEX #, -9 YPC Packet Distrib. .on List and Parties of Record - WA _ pit Co - CPA002-12 Scott Clark 2112 West Nob Hill Blvd Yakima, WA 98902 Dave Fonfara 8708 Cameo Court Yakima, WA 98903 Benjamin W. Shoval 123 East Yakima Avenue, Ste#210 Yakima, WA 98901 Alfred A. Rose 1006 Westbrook Place Yakima, WA 98908 Betty L. Carley 416 North 23 Avenue Yakima, WA 98902 William Cook 7701 Graystone Court Yakima, WA 98908 Ron Anderson 1112 South 20`h Avenue Yakima, WA 98902 Bill Hordan Planning Services 410 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 Washington Fruit & Produce Co. 401 North lst Avenue Yakima, WA 98902 Washington Fruit & Produce Co. PO Box 1588 Yakima, WA 98907 Type of Notice: File Number: Date of Mailing: `1 Pe, Pao PPA DOC. DAX_cj A daily part of your life <j -Ad Proof- yakima-herald.com LIC This is the proof of your ad scheduled to run on the dates indicated below. Please proof read notice carefully to check spelling and run dates, if you need to make changes Date: 07/10/12 Account#: 110358 Company Name: CITY OF YAKIMA/YAKIMA PLANNING Contact: ROSALINDA IBARRA Address: DEPT OF COMM/ECON DEVELOPEMENT 129 N 2ND STREET YAKIMA, WA 989012720 Telephone: (509) 575-6164 Account Rep: Phone # Email: Simon Sizer (509) 577-7740 ssizer@yakimaherald.com Ad ID: 213306 Start: 07/13/12 Stop: 07/13/12 Total Cost: 5147.62 Agate Lines: 154 # of Inserts: 1 Ad Class: 6021 Run Dates: Yakima Herald -Republic 07/13/12 DOC. INDEX # A - Notice of Open Record Public Hearings. The following applications have been submitted for consideration during the City of Yakima's 2012 Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map Amendment and Rezone process. Applicant: Washington Fruit and Produce Co. Project Location: Vicinity of the 1500 block of N 6th Avenue Request: CPMA = Nine parcels from Regional Commercial to Industrial. RZ = Nine parcels from LCC, Large Convenience Center to M-1 Light Industrial. Parcel Nos. 181312-31005, 31007, 34400, 34401, 34402, 34403, 34404, 34405, and 34406 File Numbers: CPA#002-12, RZ#002-12, SEPA#014- 12. Applicant: Donna Lockhart and Gary Rookstool Project Location: 1021 S 31st Avenue. Request: CPMA = One parcel from Low -Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial. RZ = One parcel from R-1, Single -Family Residential to B-2, Local Business Parcel No. 181326-23491 File Numbers: CPA #003- 12, RZ #003-12 & SEPA #015-12. Applicant: West Valley Nursing Homes, Inc. Project Location: Vicinity of the 300 block of N 40th Avenue. Request: CPMA = Three parcels from Medium Density Residential to High Density Residential. RZ = Three parcels from R-2, Two-family Residential to R-3, Multi -family Resi- dential. Parcel Nos. 181322-13025, 13071, and 13073 File Numbers: CPA#004-12, RZ#004-12, SEPA#016- 12. Applicant: Yakima Venture Capital, LLC Project Location: 714 S 6th Street Request: CPMA = One parcel from Low Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial. RZ = One parcel from R-1, Single -Family Residential to B-2, Local Business Parcel No. 191319- 43507 File Numbers: CPA#005-12, RZ#005-12, SEPA#017-12. Applicant: Wayne Clasen and Apple Land Investments, LLC Project Location: Vicinity of the 8400 block of Occidental Road. Request: CPMA = Five parcels from Low Density Residential to High Density Residential. RZ = Five parcels from R-1, Sin- gle -Family Residential to R-3, Multi -Family Residen- tial. Parcel Nos. 181206-21001, 21005, 21007, 21401, and 21402 File Numbers: CPA#006-12, RZ#006-12, SEPA#018-12. The public hearings before the Yakima City Planning Commission for these 2012 Compre- hensive Plan Future Land Use Map amendments and rezones have been scheduled for Wednesday, August 8, 2012 beginning at 3:30pm in Council Chambers, City Hall, 129 N. 2nd Street, Yakima, WA. Any person desiring to express their views on these applications is invited to attend the public hearings or to submit their written comments to: City of Yakima Planning Division, 2nd Floor City Hall, 129 N. 2nd Street, Yakima, Wash- ington. If you have any questions on these proposals please contact Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner at (509) 575-6042 or e-mail at bbenson@ci.yakima. wa.us (213306) July 13, 2012 Courtesy of Yakima Herald -Republic DOC. INDEX #_A AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING STATE OF WASHINGTON CITY OF YAKIMA RE: SEPA#014-12 Washington Fruit and Produce Co 1500 block of North 6th Avenue I, Rosalinda Ibarra, as an employee of the Yakima City 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, listed SEPA agencies, and all interested parties of record. That said property owners are individually listed on the mailing list retained by the Planning Division, and that said notices were mailed by me on the 13th day of July, 2012. That I mailed said notices in the manner herein set forth and that all of the statements made herein are just and true. Rosalinda Ibarra Planning Technician DOC. INDEX #-ib 1 Parties of Record - WA Fruit and Produce - CPA#002-12, RZ#002-1., SEPA#014-12 Form List Bill Hordan Planning Services 410 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 Washington Fruit & Produce Co. 401 North 15` Avenue Yakima, WA 98902 Washington Fruit & Produce Co. PO Box 1588 Yakima, WA 98907 In -House Distribution E-mail List Name Division E-mail Address Dan Ford Engineering dfordeci.yakima.wa.us Sandy Cox Code Administration scox@ci.yaldma.wa.us Jeff Cutter Legal Dept jcutter@ci.yakima.wa.us Archie Matthews ONDS amatthewaci.yakima.wa.us Brandon Dorenbush Fire Dept bdorenbu@ci.yakima.wa.us Jerry Robertson Code Administration iroberts(a,ci.yakima.wa.us Royale Schneider Code Administration rsclineid@ci.yalcima.wa.us Mike Shane Water/Irrigation mshane@ci.yakima.wa.us Nathan Thompson Code Administration nthompso@ci.yakima.wa.us Kevin Futrell Transit Division kfutrell(aci.yakima.wa.us Dave Brown Water Division dbrown(a,ci.yakima.wa.us Carolyn Belles Wastewater Division cbellesna,ci.yakima.wa.us For the Record/File Binder Copy Type of Notice: File Number: Date of Mailing: fl,cLI (DNS SEPa4tew-1 a (cPAWooa-/a) DOC. INDEX # A-70� SEPA REEWING AGENCIES _updated 03.0 - Form List Page 1 of 2 Ahtanum Irrigation District Executive Assistant, Beth Ann Brulotte bethbPahtanum.net Cascade Natural Gas Field Facilitator, Jim Robinson Jim.robinson(a)cnec.com Department of Commerce Growth Management Services reviewteam@commerce.wa.gov Department of Ecology SEPA Policy Lead, Annie Szvetecz sepaunit(a7ecy.wa.gov Department of Natural Resources Assistant Land Manager, Linda Hazlett Linda.hazlettAdnr.wa.gov Department of Social & Health Services Andrew Jenkins andrew jen1dns(,dshs.wa.cov Jeanne Rodriguez Jeanne.rodri cuez(a; dshs. wa.gov Dept of Archaeology & Historic Preservation Local Government Archaeologist, Gretchen Kaehler Gretchen.Kaehler(h).daho.wa.gov Dept of Archaeology & Historic Preservation Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer, Greg Griffith Gree.criffith(iudahp.wa.cov Engineering Division City Engineer, Doug Mayo dmavo@ci.yakima.wa.us Nob Hill Water Association Engineering Technician, Jenna Leaverton jenna@nobhillwater.org Office of Rural and Farm Worker Housing Marty Miller Martym2Aorfh.org U.S. Arany Corps of Engineers Regulatory Branch Project Manager, Karen Urelius Karen.M.Urelius(d usace.anny.mil Wastewater Division Wastewater Manager, Scott Schafer sschafer(alci.yakima.wa.us West Valley School District Asst. Supt. Of Business & Operations, Angela Watts wattsa(i wvsd208.org WSDOT Planning Engineer, Paul Gonseth gonsetp@wsdot.gov WSDOT Development Services, Rick Holmstrom holmstrla),wsdot.wa.gov Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Superintendent, Bud Robbins Bud.robbinsQbiagov Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Deputy Superintendent for Trust Services, Steve Wangemann Steve.waneemami(albia.gov Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Environmental Coordinator, Rocco Clark Rocco.clark(dibia.gov Yakama Nation Environmental Management Program Environmental Review Coordinator, Kristina Proszek enviroreview(avakama.com Yakama-Klickitat Fisheries Project John Marvin jmarvin*yakama.com Yakima Air Terminal Airport Asst Manager, Carl Remmel Carl.remmel@yakimaairtenninal.com Yakima County Commissioners Commissioners.web@co.yakima.wa.us Yakima County Public Services Planning Director, Steven Erickson Steven.EricksonQco.yakima.wa.us Yakima County Public Services Public Services Director, Vern Redifer Venuedifer@co.vakima.wa.us Yakima Greenway Foundation Executive Director, Al Browp�� al(dyakimagreenway.org LJJ Yakima Health District Director of Environmental Health, Gordon Kelly gordon.kellv0),co.yakima.wa.us INDEX itA"°.... Yakima Valley Conference of Governments, Planner Shawn Conrad conrads(yvcog.org Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency Engineering & Planning Supervisor, Hasan Tahat hasan@yrcaa.org Yakima Valley Museum Director, John A. Baule io1m(ailyakimavallevmuseum.org �ua�uuci.u1 `uuuuclvc 10 North 9th Street Lit), 01 union uap i P.O. Box 3008 1 Department of Agriculture 1 Kelly McLain Yakima, WA 98901 Union Gap, WA 98903 P.O. Box 42560 Olympia, WA 98504 Department of Ecology Gwen Clear 15 West Yakima Ave, Ste# 200 Yakima, WA 98902 Department of Fish & Wildlife Mark Teske 201 North Pearl Ellensburg, WA 98926 Department of Fisheries Eric Bartrand 1701 South 24th Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Environmental Protection Agency 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 Airport Planner Cayla Morgan 1601 Lind Ave SW Renton, WA 98055-4056 Pacific Power Mike Paulson 500 North Keys Rd Yakima, WA 98901 Q -West Tom McAvoy 8 South 2nd Ave, Rm#304 Yakima, WA 98902 Soil Conservation District Ray Wondercheck 1606 Perry Street, Ste. F Yakima, WA 98902 WA State Attorney General's Office 1433 Lakeside Court, Ste# 102 Yakima, WA 98902 WA State Dept of Health, Office of Drinking Water Christine Collins 16201 E Indiana Ave, Ste# 1500 Spokane Valley, WA 99216 WA State Emergency Mgmt Division Mitigation, Analysis, & Planning Manager Chuck Hagerhjelm Building 20 Camp Murray, WA 98430-5122 WSDOT, Aviation Division John Shambaugh 18204 59th Drive NE, Ste. B Arlington, WA 98223 Yakama Indian Nation Cultural Resources Program Johnson Meninick P.O. Box 151 Toppenish, WA 98948 Yakama Indian Nation Yakima Tribal Council Ruth Jinn P.Q. Box 151 Toppenish, WA 98948 Yakima School District Superintendent Elaine Beraza 104 North 4th Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Page 2 of 2 Type of Notice: File Number: SA4<</ Date of Mailing: 0 -03//a - DOC. INDEX # A -la Ibarra, Rosalinda From: lbarra, Rosalinda Sent: Friday, July 13, 2012 9:39 AM To: Ahtanum Irrigation District - Beth Ann Brulotte; Cascade Natural Gas - Jim Robinson; Department of Commerce (CTED) - Review Team; Department of Ecology - SEPA Unit; Department of Natural Resources - Linda Hazlett; Department of Social & Health Services - Andrew Jenkins; Department of Social & Health Services - Jeanne Rodriguez; Dept Archaeology & Historic Preservation - Greg Griffith; Dept Archaeology & Historic Preservation - Gretchen Kaehler; lbarra, Rosalinda; Mayo, Doug; Nob Hill Water Association - Jenna Leaverton; Office of Rural & Farmworker Housing - Marty Miller; US Army Corps of Engineers - Karen M. Urelius; Wastewater Division - Scott Schafer; West Valley School District - Angela Watts; WSDOT - Paul Gonseth; WSDOT - Rick Holmstrom; Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs - Bud Robbins; Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs - Rocco Clark; Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs - Steve Wangemann; Yakama Nation Environmental Mgmt Program - Kristina Proszek; Yakama-Klickitat Fisheries - John Marvin; Yakima Air Terminal - Aiport Manager; Yakima County Commissioners; Yakima County Planning Director - Steven Erickson; Yakima County Public Services Director, Vem Redifer; Yakima Greenway Foundation - Al Brown; Yakima Health District - Gordon Kelly; Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency - Hasan Tahat; Yakima Valley Conference of Governments - Shawn Conrad; Yakima Valley Museum - John A. Baule Cc: Alfred A. Rose (silvrfx40@bmi.net); Benjamin W. Shoval (ben.shoval@shoval.com); Betty Carley; Bill Cook; Dave Fonfara; Ensey, Rick; Kunkler, Mark; Ron Anderson (rondedicatedrealty@hotmail.com); Scott Clark (scott.clark@charter.net); William Cook (cook.w@charter.net) Subject: NOTICE OF FINAL DNS - 2012 Comp Plan Amendments Attachments: FINAL DNS - WA Fruit - CPA002-12.pdf; FINAL DNS - Lockhart- Rookstool - CPA003-12.pdf; FINAL DNS - West Valley Homes Inc- CPA004-12.pdf; FINAL DNS - Yakima Venture - CPA005-12.pdf; FINAL DNS - Apple Land - CPA006-12.pdf Rpsa&tnda Ibarra Planning Technician nbarra@ci.vakima.wa.us City of Yakima 129 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 p: (509) 575.6183 f: (509) 575-6105 1 DOC. INDEX lbarra, Rosalinda From: lbarra, Rosalinda Sent: Friday, July 13, 2012 9:41 AM To: Bonds, Randy; Brown, Michael; Daily Sun News - Bob Story; EI Sol de Yakima - Joseph Trevino; lbarra, Rosalinda; KAPP TV - David Mance; KAPP TV News; KBBO-KRSE Radio - manager, KCJT TV News; KDNA - Gabriel Martinez; KDNA Radio; KEPR TV News; KIMA TV - Jim Niedelman; KIMA TV News; KIT/KATS/DMVW/KFFM - Lance Tormey; KNDO TV - Julie Stern; KNDO TV News; KUNS-TV Univision; KVEW TV News; Lozano, Bonnie; NWCN News; NWPR - Anna King; Tu Decides - Albert Torres; UNIVISION TV - Marta Isabel Sanchez; VIVA - Fernando Aceves; Yakima Herald Republic - Adriana Janovich; Yakima Herald Republic - Chris Bristol; Yakima Herald Republic - Craig Troianello; Yakima Herald Republic - Erin Snelgrove; Yakima Herald Republic - Mai Hoang; Yakima Herald Republic - Mark Morey; Yakima Herald Republic - Scott Mayes; Yakima Herald Republic Newspaper; Yakima Valley Business Journal; Yakima Valley Business Times; Yakima Valley Business Times - George Finch; YPAC - Randy Beehler Subject: 07-13-2012 Press Release: 2012 Comp Plan Amendments YPC Public Hearing Notice Attachments: 2012 CPA Hearing Notices- Press Release.DOC Rpsaa?ufa 16arra Planning Technician ribarra@ci.vakima.wa.us City of Yakima 129 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 p: (509) 575-6183 f: (509) 575-6105 1 DOC. INDEX # A -1c NOTICE OF FINAL DECISION & HEARING Compliance with the Washington State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) July 13, 2012 On June 5, 2012, the City of Yakima, Washington issued a Notice of Application and Environmental Review regarding an Environmental Checklist application submitted by Washington Fruit and Produce Co. The submitted checklist concerns the environmental review of the applicant's Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map Amendment and concurrent rezone. Location: Vicinity of the 1500 block of N 6th Avenue, Yakima, WA Parcel Numbers: 181312-31005, 31007, 34400, 34401, 34402, 34403, 34404, 34405, and 34406 City File Numbers: CPA#002-12, RZ#002-12, SEPA#014-12 Following the required 20 -day public comment period, and consideration of all comments received, the City of Yakima has issued the enclosed SEPA Threshold Decision. This decision may be appealed within 14 days from the date of mailing. Appeals must be in writing and on forms available from the City of Yakima Planning Division, 129 North 2nd Street, Yakima, Washington. The fee of $580.00 must accompany the Appeal Application. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The public hearing before the City of Yakima Planning Commission has been scheduled for August 8, 2012 beginning at 3:30 pm in the City Council Chamber at City Hall. All interested parties are encouraged to attend so that they might address the Planning Commission on this matter. Comments may also be submitted in writing to the City of Yakima Planning Division, 129 North 2nd Street, Yakima, Washington. For further information or assistance, you may contact Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner at (509)575-6042 at the City Planning Division. n Davenport ing Director Community & Economic Development Notice of Decision Mailing Date: July 13, 2012 Enclosures: SEPA Determination, & Mailing Map DOC. IND1-117 WASHINGTON STATE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT FINAL DETERMINATION OF NONSIGNIFICANCE CITY OF YAKIMA, WASHINGTON July 13, 2012 PROPOSAL: Amend the Future Land Use Map designation for nine parcels from Regional Commercial to Industrial and to concurrently rezone from LCC, Large Convenience Center to M-1, Light Industrial PROPONENT: Washington Fruit and Produce Co. LOCATION: Vicinity of the 1500 block of N 6th Avenue, Yakima, WA LEAD AGENCY: City of Yakima FILE NUMBER: SEPA #014-12 DETERMINATION: The lead agency for this proposal has determined that it will 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. The information is available to the public upon request at the City of Yakima Planning Division. This Final DNS is issued under WAC 197-11-355. There is no further comment period for this DNS. CONTACT PERSON: Contact Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner, Call (509) 575- 6042 for more information. SEPA RESPONSIBLE OFFICIAL: Joan Davenport POSITION / TITLE: Acting Director Community & Economic Development TELEPHONE: 509 / 575-6183 ADDRESS: 129 North 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901 DATE: July 13, 2012 SIGNATURE: Final DNS Washington Fruit SEPA#014-12 1500 Block of N 6th Avenue DOC. INDEX #,q-1 ® You may appeal this determination to: Joan Davenport, Acting Director Community & Economic Development, at 129 N 2"d Street, Yakima, WA 98901. No later than: July 27, 2012 By (method) complete appeal application form and payment of $580 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. ❑There is no agency appeal. Final DNS Washington Fruit SEPA#014-12 1500 Block of N 6th Avenue DOC. INDEX # A -i CITY OF YAKIMA LAND USE ACTION INSTALLATION CERTIFICA TE Project Number: : PQ 4002_ —/Z.. Date of InstaIlation:' Site Address: 0lrh,ciaz4i fir " Location of Installation (Check One) )(Land Use Action Sign is installed per standards described in YUAZO § 15.11.090(C). Land Use Action Sign is installed in an alternate location on the site. Note: this alternate location (if not pre -approved by the Code Administration and Planning Manager) may not be acceptable by the Code Administration and Planning Division and is subject to relocation (at the owner's expense) to a more visible site on the property. ' s expense) to a location is: I hereby testify that the sign installed fully complies with the Land Use Action sign layout specifications and installation standards, and that the sign will be maintained until a decisior, has been rendered. Applicants Name (please print) 1 DILL- tivi-rtr-, 1 Applicants Signature Telephone Number of Applicant��s' sby-zyq_�g �� The required comment period will begin when the Code Administration and Planning Division have received the Land Use Action Sign Installation Certification. The date of installation certificate receipt will begin the notice period. Failure to post a Land Use Action sign and return this form in a timely manner will cause a delay in the application review. Please remit the above certification and deliver; FAX at 509-575-6105; or mail to: City of Yakima, Code Administration and Planning Division, 129 North Second Street, Yakima, WA 98901. DOC. iNcoupc AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING STATE OF WASHINGTON CITY OF YAKIMA RE: CPA#002-12, RZ#002-12, SEPA#014-12 Washington Fruit & Produce Co 1500 block of North 6th Avenue 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 applicant; SEPA reviewing agencies, and all property owners of record within a radius of 300 feet of subject property, that said property owners are individually listed on the mailing list retained by the Planning Division, and that said notices were mailed by me on the 5th day of Tune, 2012. That I mailed said notices in the manner herein set forth and that all of the statements made herein are just and true. 1 osalinda Ibarra Planning Technician DOC. INDEX 151i1243UU1 1 18131243001 1 18131243001 BURLINGTON NORTHERN RAILROAD •;URLINGTON RAILROAD 1 BURLINGTHERN RAILROAD PO BOX 961089 FORT WORTH, TX 761610089 PO BOX 9 FORT RTH, TX 761610089 89 rORT WORTH, TX 761610089 18131243900 BURLINGTON NORTHERN NTA FE RAILWAY CO PO BOX 961089 FORT WOR , TX 761610089 18131243901 BURLINGTON NOR . -I RNSANTA FE RAILWAY CO,PO POB . _ L'i " 189 FO `- WORTH, TX 761610089 18131321006 CM HOLTZINGER FRUIT CO LLC BOX 169 YAKIMA, WA 98907 18131321003 CM HOLTZINGER F CO LLC PO BOX 169 YAKI 98907 18131243033 DEEP SEA MARKET PROPERTIES LLC 20 N 9TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18131231007 WASHINGTON FRUIT & PRODUCE CO POB LIMA, WA 989071588 18131231005 WASHINGTON FRUIT & PRODUCE CO PO BOX 1588 YAKIMA, WA 989071588 18131234400 /' WASHINGTON F �i8c PRODUCE CO PO BOX 1 YAKI , WA 989071588 18131234401 WASHINGTON FRU PRODUCE CO PO BOX YA , WA 989071588 18131234402 WASHINGTON FRUIT & P ECO PO BOX 1588 YAKIMA, W 71588 18131234404 WASHINGTON FRUIT & P O PO BOX 1588 YAKIMA, W 71588 18131234403 WASHINGTON FRUIT DUCE CO PO BOX 158 YAKIMA, A 989071588 18131234405 WASHINGTON FRUI ODUCE CO PO BOX 1588 YAKIMA, 989071588 18131234406 WASHINGTON FRUI DUCE CO PO BOX 1588 YAKI 989071588 18131321405 WASHINGTON FRUI ODUCE CO PO BOX 158 YAKI , A 989071588 18131233001 WESTTOWNE LLC 11232 NE 15TH ST # 101 BELLEVUE, WA 98004 18131322001 WESTTOWNE LL 11232 NE 15 # 101 BELL , WA 98004 18131231006 YAKIMA GREENWAY FOUNDATION 111 S 18TH ST YAKIMA, WA 989012149 18131231003 YAKIMA GREENWAY FO ATION 111 S 18TH ST YAKIMA, WA 12149 18131232002 YAKIMA GREENWAY F T10N l 11 S 18TH ST YAKI 89012149 18131231003 YAKIMA GREEN DATION 111 S 1 YAKI A, WA 989012149 18131232002 YAKIMA GREENWAY NDATION 111 S 18TH ST YAKIMA, W 9012149 18131322406 YAKIMA THEATRES INC PO BOX 50 YAKIMA, WA 98907 18131243045 KATHRYN I & KURT D ELMS 6122 BAYVIEW DR MUKILTEO, WA 98275 18131243007 KATHRYN I & EIMS 6122 BAYV R MUKILTE , WA 98275 18131243039 KENNETH W CYR BOX 102 4310 51ST AVE BARRHEAD, AB 0 DOC. 18131312013 KENNETH W C BOX 1 02 1ST AVE BA AD, AB 0 18131242007 ROBERT 0 ABRAHAMSON 2008 N 1ST ST YAKIMA, WA 989011735 INDEX 18131243035 # SALVADOR CORNEJO 1413 N 6TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18131243004 TERESA R M GRISWOLD 1415 N 6TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 15131243U31 WALTER & MINETTE RECORD 280 AMES RD SELAH, WA 98942 i4 to - J # otal Parcels - Washington Fruit & Produce Co - CPA#002-12, RZ#002-12, SEPA#014- 12 ;WASHINGTON FRUIT & PRODUCE CO 401 N 1st Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Bill Hordan Planning Services 410 N 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 H4-0, App S 0°A I 13C. r L. i y cRe) -ice 4*/ D - DOC. INDEX #�-5b SEPA RE LWING AGENCIES _updated 03.01 r - Form List Page 1 of 2 Ahtanum Irrigation District Executive Assistant, Beth Ann Brulotte bethb@ahtanum.net Cascade Natural Gas Field Facilitator, Jim Robinson Jim.robinson@cngc.com Department of Commerce Growth Management Services reviewteam@,commerce.wa.gov Department of Ecology SEPA Policy Lead, Annie Szvetecz sepaunit@ecv.wa.gov Department of Natural Resources Assistant Land Manager, Linda Hazlett Linda.hazlett@dnr.wa.gov Department of Social & Health Services Andrew Jenkins andrew jenkins(a,dshs.wa.gov Jeanne Rodriguez Jeanne.rodriguez@,dshs.wa.gov Dept of Archaeology & Historic Preservation Local Government Archaeologist, Gretchen Kaehler Gretchen.Kaehler@dahp.wa.gov Dept of Archaeology & Historic Preservation Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer, Greg Griffith Greg.griffith@dahp.wa.gov Engineering Division City Engineer, Doug Mayo dmayo@ci,yakima.wa.us Nob Hill Water Association Engineering Technician, Jenna Leaverton jenna@nobhiilwater.org Office of Rural and Farm Worker Housing Marty Miller Martym2(a,orfh.org U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Regulatory Branch Project Manager, Karen Urelius Karen.M.Urelius(usace.army.mil Wastewater Division Wastewater Manager, Scott Schafer sschafer@ci.yakima.wa.us West Valley School District Asst. Supt. Of Business & Operations, Angela Watts wattsa@,wvsd208.org WSDOT Planning Engineer, Paul Gonseth gonsetpna,wsdot.gov WSDOT Development Services, Rick Holmstrom holmstr@wsdot.wa.gov , Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Superintendent, Bud Robbins Bud.robbins@bia.gov Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Deputy Superintendent for Trust Services, Steve Wangemann Steve.wangemann@bia.gov Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Environmental Coordinator, Rocco Clark Rocco.clark®bia.gov Yakama Nation Environmental Management Program Environmental Review Coordinator, Kristina Proszek enviroreview@yakama.com Yakama-Klickitat Fisheries Project John Marvin jmarvin@yakama.com Yakima Air Terminal Airport Asst Manager, Carl Remmel Carl.remmel®yakimaairterminal.com Yakima County Commissioners Commissioners.web@co.yakima.wa.us Yakima County Public Services Planning Director, Steven Erickson Steven.Erickson@co.yakima.wa.us Yakima County Public Services Public Services Director, Vern Redifer Vern.redifer@co.yakima.wa.us Yakima Greenway Foundation Executive Director, Al Brim,. al@yakimagreenway.org • Yakima Health District Director of Environmental Health, Gordon Kelly gordon.kelly@co.yakima.wa.us INDpc Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency Engineering & Planning Supervisor, Hasan Tahat hasan@yrcaa.org > - Yakima Valley Conference of Governments, Planner Shawn Conrad conrads(a)yvcog.org Yakima Valley Museum Director, John A. Baule john@yakimavalleymuseum.org Chamber of Commerce 10 North 9th Street City of Union Gap P P.O. Box 3008 1 Department of Agriculture Kelly McLain Yakima, WA 98901 Union Gap, WA 98903 P.O Box 42560 Olympia, WA 98504 Department of Ecology Gwen Clear 15 West Yakima Ave, Ste# 200 Yakima, WA 98902 Department of Fish & Wildlife Mark Teske 201 North Pearl Ellensburg, WA 98926 Department of Fisheries Eric Bartrand 1701 South 24th Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Environmental Protection Agency 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 Airport Planner Cayla Morgan 1601 Lind Ave SW Renton, WA 98055-4056 Pacific Power Mike Paulson 500 North Keys Rd Yakima, WA 98901 Q -West Tom McAvoy 8 South 2nd Ave, Rm#304 Yakima, WA 98902 Soil Conservation District Ray Wondercheck 1606 Perry Street, Ste. F Yakima, WA 98902 WA State Attorney General's Office 1433 Lakeside Court, Ste# 102 Yakima, WA 98902 WA State Dept of Health, Office of Drinking Water Christine Collins 16201 E Indiana Ave, Ste# 1500 Spokane Valley, WA 99216 WA State Emergency Mgmt Division Mitigation, Analysis, & Planning Manager Chuck Hagerhjelm Building 20 Camp Murray, WA 98430-5122 WSDOT, Aviation Division John Shambaugh 18204 59th Drive NE, Ste. B Arlington, WA 98223 Yakama Indian Nation Cultural Resources Program Johnson Meninick P.O. Box 151 Toppenish, WA 98948 Yakama Indian Nation Yakima Tribal Council Ruth Jim P.O. Box 151 Toppenish, WA 98948 Yakima School District Superintendent Elaine Beraza 104 North 4th Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Page 2 of 2 Type of Notice: File Number: Date of Mailing: Lp/51/ 2 - DOC. INDEX In -House Distribution E-mail List Name Division E-mail Address Dan Ford Engineering dfordaci.vakima.wa.us Sandy Cox Code Administration scoxaci.yakima.wa.us Jeff Cutter Legal Dept icutter(aci.yakima.wa.us Archie Matthews ONDS amattheweci.vakima.wa.us Brandon Dorenbush Fire Dept bdorenbu(a.ci.yakima.wa.us Michael Morales CED Dept mmorales@ci.yakima.wa.us Jerry Robertson Code Administration jroberts@ci.yaldma.wa.us Royale Schneider Code Administration rschneid(7a,ci.yakima.wa.us Mike Shane Water/Irrigation mshane@ci.yakima.wa.us Nathan Thompson Code Administration nthompso@ci.yakima.wa.us Kevin Futrell Transit Division kfutrell@ci.yakima.wa.us Dave Brown Water Division dbrown@ci.yakima.wa.us Carolyn Belles Wastewater Division cbelles(a,ci.yakima.wa.us For the Record/File Binder Copy Type of Notice: File Number(s): Date of Mailing: f)ic' m SE7°A, )'Pc f hf LL r//2G N0A-4W 2—i ea a -- DOC. INDEX #la,5b Ibarra, Rosalinda From: lbarra, Rosalinda Sent: Tuesday, June 05, 2012 2:33 PM To: Ahtanum Irrigation District - Beth Ann Brulotte; Cascade Natural Gas - Jim Robinson; Department of Commerce (CTED) - Review Team; Department of Ecology - SEPA Unit; Department of Natural Resources - Linda Hazlett; Department of Social & Health Services - Andrew Jenkins; Department of Social & Health Services - Jeanne Rodriguez; Dept Archaeology & Historic Preservation - Greg Griffith; Dept Archaeology & Historic Preservation - Gretchen Kaehler; lbarra, Rosalinda; Mayo, Doug; Nob Hill Water Association - Jenna Leaverton; Office of Rural & Farmworker Housing - Marty Miller; US Army Corps of Engineers - Karen M. Urelius; Wastewater Division - Scott Schafer; West Valley School District - Angela Watts; WSDOT - Paul Gonseth; WSDOT - Rick Holmstrom; Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs - Bud Robbins; Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs - Rocco Clark; Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs - Steve Wangemann; Yakama Nation Environmental Mgmt Program - Kristina Proszek; Yakama-Klickitat Fisheries - John Marvin; Yakima Air Terminal - Aiport Manager; Yakima County Commissioners; Yakima County Planning Director - Steven Erickson; Yakima County Public Services Director, Vern Redifer; Yakima Greenway Foundation - Al Brown; Yakima Health District - Gordon Kelly; Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency - Hasan Tahat; Yakima Valley Conference of Govemments - Shawn Conrad; Yakima Valley Museum - John A. Baule Cc: Belles, Carolyn; Brown, Dave; Cox, Sandy; Cutter, Jeff; Denman, Glenn; Dorenbush, Brandon; Ford, Dan; Futrell, Kevin; Matthews, Archie; Morales, Michael; Robertson, Jerry; Schneider, Royale; Shane, Mike; Thompson, Nathan Subject: 2012 Comp Plan Amendments - Notice of App, SEPA, YPC Public Hearing Attachments: NTC APP SEPA HEARING - Carlson Trust - CPA001-12.pdf; NTC APP SEPA HEARING - WA Fruit Co- CPA002-12.pdf; NTC APP SEPA HEARING - Lockhart-Rookstool - CPA003-12.pdf; NTC APP SEPA HEARING - WV Nursing Homes - CPA004-12.pdf; NTC APP SEPA HEARING - Yak Venture - CPA005-12.pdf; NTC APP SEPA HEARING - Appleland-Clasen - CPA006-12.pdf Application No Project Name Site Address Project Description CPA#001-12 MELVIN G. & MAE J. CARLSON REVOCABLE TRUST NE CORNER OF 96TH AVE & TIETON DR Change the Future Land Us. parcels from Low Density F Commercial and rezone the: Residential) to B-2 (Local F CPA#002-12 WASHINGTON FRUIT & PRODUCE CO 1500 BLOCK OF N 6TH AVE Change the Future Land Us, parcels from Regional Com nine parcels from Large Col Industrial (M-1) for future e CPA#003-12 DONNA LOCKHART & GARY ROOKSTOOL 1021 S 31ST AVE Change the Future Land Us. from Medium Density Resin Commercial and rezone froi 1) to Local Business (B-2). CPA#004-12 WEST VALLEY NURSING HOMES, INC 300 BLOCK OF N 40TH AVE Change the Future Land Us. parcels from Medium Densi Residential and rezone fron- to Multi -Family Residential CPA#005-12 YAKIMA VENTURE CAPITAL LLC 714 SOUTH 6TH STREET Change the Future Land Us, from Low Density Resident and rezone from Single -Fan Business (B-2). CPA#006-12 APPLE LAND INVESTMENTS LLC / WAYNE CLASEN 8400 BLOCK OF OCCIDENTAL ROAD DOC. NN _ Change the Future Land Us. parcels from Low Density F Residential and rezone from to Multi -Family Residential community campus. 1 i . '=i:. City of Yakima PUBLIC NOTICE OF Planning Department v/ 12sN2ndst LAND'USE REVIEW Yakima, WA 98901 Date of Notice of Application - 06/05/2012 Project Name: WASHINGTON FRUIT & PRODUCE CO ���®��®�� Location: 1500 BLOCK OF N 6111 AVE Proposal: Change the Future Land Use snap designation for nine parcels from Regional Commercial to Industrial and rezone nine parcels from Large Convenience Center (LCC) to Light Industrial (M-1) for future expansion of operations. A land use application has been submitted near your property. This is your notice of that application. To view information on-line go to: http:/lwww,yakimawa.gov/postcard When prompted enter CPA#002-12 in the Application ID text box. Click the Submit button to view the land use application information. More information is available from the City of Yakima Planning Division, 129 North 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901 or call (509) 575-6183. Bruce Benson/575-6042/Supervising Planner/bbenson@ci.yakima.wa.us Decisions and future notices will be sent to anyone who submits comments on this application or requests additional notice. Comments may be submitted in writing to the address above or by email to: planning@ci.yakima.wa.us - Please include the Application ID in the email subject line. Also include your name and address in the email. Written or emailed comments must be received by 5:OOpm on 06/25/2012 Public Hearing Date: 08/08/2012 Public hearings are scheduled to begin at 3:30pm in the Yakima City Council Chambers of City Hall located at: 129 North Second Street, Yakima, WA 98901 This application may include multiple land use types, including compliance with the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA). For specific information, please contact the Planning Division. Si necesita informaclbn en espanol por favor (lame al (509)575-6183. ` Application Submitted: 04/30/2012 Application Complete: 05/23/2012 City of Yakima Planning Department 129 N 2nd St Yakima, WA 98901 LAND USE PUBLIC NOTICE Location of Proposed Action DOC. INDEX #.11- 5a CITY OF YAKIMA NOTICE OF APPLICATION, ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW AND PUBLIC HEARING DATE: TO: FROM: SUBJECT: June 5, 2012 SEPA Reviewing Agencies, Applicant and Adjoining Property Owners Joan Davenport, Planning Manager Comprehensive Plan Map Amendment, Rezone and Environmental Review. NOTICE OF APPLICATION File Numbers: CPA#002-12, RZ#002-12, SEPA#014-12 Project Applicant: Bill Hordan — Hordan Planning Services Project Location: Vicinity of the 1500 block of N 6th Avenue Yakima, WA 181312-31005, 31007, 34400, 34401, 34402, 34403, 34404, 34405, 34406 Parcel Numbers: PROJECT DESCRIPTION The City of Yakima Department of Community & Economic Development has received applications from Bill Hordan, on behalf of property owner Washington Fruit and Produce Co. for a Comprehensive Plan Map Amendment (CPMA), Rezone and Environmental Review of the subject property. The owner is requesting to change the Future Land Use Map designation for this property from Regional Commercial to Industrial and to concurrently rezone from LCC, Large Convenience Center to M-1, Light Industrial (see attached documents for further details). ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW This is to notify all the public and private agencies with jurisdiction and environmental expertise that the City of Yakima Division of Environmental Planning has been established as the lead agency, pursuant to the Washington State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) for the above stated project: The City of Yakima is presently inclined towards the issuance of a Determination of Non Significance (DNS) on this project utilizing the procedures set forth in WAC 197-11-355. This may be your only opportunity to comment on the environmental impacts of this proposal. The following conditions have been identified that may be used to mitigate any adverse environmental impacts: None DOC. INDEX #..44..-5 Required Permits: None Required Studies: None Existing Environmental Documents: None Preliminary determination of the development regulations that will be used for proposal mitigation and consistency: Urban Area Zoning Ordinance and Urban Area Comprehensive Plan. 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, WA. REQUEST FOR WRITTEN COMMENTS You have the right to comment on this application and to become a party of record. Agencies, tribes, and the public are encouraged to review and comment on this proposal and its probable environmental impacts. All written comments received by 5:00 pm June 25, 2012 (regarding the SEPA Review) will be considered prior to issuing the final determination on this application. Please mail your comments on this project to: Joan Davenport, Planning Manager City of Yakima, 129 N 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901. Please be sure to reference the file numbers (CPA#002-12, RZ#002- 12, and SEPA #014-12) or the applicant's name (Washington Fruit and Produce Co.) in any written correspondence. NOTICE OF DECISION A copy of the SEPA threshold determination will be mailed to you after the end of the 20 -day comment period. There will be a 14 - day SEPA appeal period effective upon the date of mailing the threshold determination. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING This comprehensive plan map amendment request and concurrent rezone will require two public hearings; one open record hearing before the City of Yakima's Planning Commission to be followed by a closed record hearing before the Yakima City Council. The public hearing before the Planning Commission has been tentatively scheduled for Wednesday, August 8, 2012, beginning at 3:30 pm, in the Council Chambers, City Hall, 129 N 2nd Street, Yakima, WA. Any person desiring to express their views on this matter is invited to attend the public hearing or to submit their written comments to: City of Yakima, Planning Division, 129 N 2nd St., Yakima, WA 98901. A separate notice will be provided for the public hearing before the Yakima City Council. If you have any questions on this proposal, please call Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner at (509) 575-6042 or e-mail at bbenson@ci.yakima.wa.us Encl: Applications, Environmental Checklist, and Mailing Map DOC. INDEX STATE OF WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 1011 Plum Street SE • PO Box 42525 • Olympia, Washington 98504-2525 • (360) 725-4000 vfn:'w commerce.wra.gov June 7, 2012 Joan Davenport Planning Manager City of Yakima 129 North Second Street Yakima, Washington 98901 Dear Ms. Davenport: Thank you for sending the Washington State Department of Commerce (Commerce) the following materials as required under RCW 36.70A.106. Please keep this letter as documentation that you have met this procedural requirement. City of Yakima - Proposed 2012 Comprehensive Plan amendments, including site rezones, and changes to the Future Land Use Map designations (CPA #001-12, 002-12, 003-12, 004-12, 005-12, and 006-12). These materials were received on June 05, 2012 and processed with the Material ID # 18144. We have forwarded a copy of this notice to other state agencies. If this submitted material is an adopted amendment, then please keep this letter as documentation that you have met the procedural requirement under RCW 36.70A.106. If you have submitted this material as a draft amendment, then final adoption may occur no earlier than sixty days following the date of receipt by Commerce. Please remember to submit the final adopted amendment to Commerce within ten days of adoption. If you have any questions, please contact Growth Management Services at reviewteam@commerce.wa.gov, or call Dave Andersen (509) 434-4491 or Paul Johnson (360) 725-3048. Sincerely, Review Team Growth Management Services DOC. TYPe DST COMMENTS Dat Created Created By 06/08/2012 JROSENLU Text We will deal with frontage and roadway improvements when development plans are submitted. Parcel "# Application 18131231005 11 A#002- 2 DOC. INDEX #A -41x. DST Distribution List Applicant Washington Fruit and Produce Co. File Number: CPA#002-12, RZ#002-12, SEPA#014-12 Date of DST Meeting: lune 20, 2012 Assigned Planner. Bruce Benson City of Yakima Divisions and Yakima Coun x Codes Joe Caruso P.O. Box 102, Yakima, WA 98901 Codes Sandy Cox Jamie Lee Stickel Codes Jerry Robertson Committee for Downtown Yakima Codes Royale Schneider x Codes Nathan Thompson x Codes Glenn Denman x Engineering Dan Ford x Stormwater Engineer Randy Meloy x Water/Irrigation Mike Shane x Wastewater Scott Schafer x Wastewater Shelley Willson x Fire Department Brandon Dorenbush Other Agencies x Streets/Traffic Engineering Joe Rosenlund P.O. Box 102, Yakima, WA 98901 Utility Services Pete Hobbs Jamie Lee Stickel Parks and Recreation Ken Willcinson Committee for Downtown Yakima Transit Ken Mehin x Transit Kevin Futrell x Police Department Shawn Boyle Rick Dieker/John Dickman Refuse Nancy Fortier Nob Hill Water Yakima County Public Svcs Vern Redifer Yakima County Planning Steve Erickson 1210 Ahtanum Ridge Dr, Union Gap 98903 911 Communications Wayne Wantland Gwen Clear County Flood Control District Jeff Legg No. Yakima Soil Conservation District Ray Wondercheck 1606 Perry St Ste F, Yakima 98902 plated as o Capitol Theatre Gay Parker P.O. Box 102, Yakima, WA 98901 Committee for Downtown Yakima Jamie Lee Stickel 115 North 3rd Street, Yakima 98901 Committee for Downtown Yakima James Stickel P.O. Box 9668, Yakima 98909 Committee Manager - CDY Manager P.O. Box 881, Yakima 98901 Yakima Tieton Irrigation District Rick Dieker/John Dickman 470 Camp 4 Rd. Yakima, WA 98908 Nob Hill Water Jenna Leaverton 6111 Tieton Drive, Yakima 98908 Yakima County Health District Art McKuen 1210 Ahtanum Ridge Dr, Union Gap 98903 x WA State Department of Ecology Gwen Clear 15 W Yakima Ave Ste #200, Yakima 98902 No. Yakima Soil Conservation District Ray Wondercheck 1606 Perry St Ste F, Yakima 98902 Pacific Power and Light Co. Mike Paulson 500 N. Keys Rd, Yakima 98901 Qwest Tom McAvoy 8 South 2nd Ave Rm 304, Yakima 98902 Cascade Natural Gas Co. Sheila Ross 701 South 1st Ave, Yakima 98902 Yakima School District #7 Elaine Beraza 104 North 4th Ave, Yakima 98902 West Valley School District #208 Peter Ansingh 8902 Zier Rd, Yakima 98908 Charter Communications Kevin Chilcote 1005 North 16th Ave, Yakima 98902 County Clean Air Authority Gary Pruitt 329 North 1st Street, Yakima 98901 Yakima Waste Systems Scott Robertson 2812 Terrace Heights Dr, Yakima 98901 Yakima Greenway Foundation Al Brown 111 South 18th Street, Yakima 98901 US Post Office Jeff McKee 205 West Washington Ave, Yakima 98903 Yakima Valley Canal Co. Robert Smoot 1640 Garretson Lane, Yakima 98908 Department of Wildlife 1701 South 24th Ave, Yakima 98902 Department of Natural Resources 713 Bowers Rd, Ellensburg 98926 WSDOT (Dept of Transportation) Salah Al Tamini 2809 Rudkin Rd, Union Gap 98903 Department of Fisheries Eric Bartrand P.O. Box 9155, Yakima 98909 Yakama Indian Nation Thalia Sachtleben P.O. Box 151, Toppenish 98948 Yakima Airport Lee Rimmel 2400 West Washington Ave, Yakima 98903 Trolleys Paul Edmondson 313 North 3rd Street, Yakima 98901 City of Union Gap David Spurlock P.O. Box 3008, Union Gap 98903 WSDOT, Aviation Division John Shambaugh 18204 59th Drive NE, Ste B, Arlington WA 98223 Governor's Office of Indian Affairs PO Box 40909, Olympia, WA 98504 Ahtanum Irrigation District Beth Ann Brut PO Box 563, Yakima, WA. 98907 Yakima-Klickitat Fisheries Project John Marvin asancat 771 Pence Road, Yakima, WA 98909 Department of Fish & Wildlife Mark Teske i 1 201 North Pearl, Ellensburg, WA 98926 plated as o lbarra, Rosalinda From: lbarra, Rosalinda Sent: Thursday, May 31, 2012 1:57 PM To: Caruso, Joe; Denman, Glenn; Ford, Dan; Meloy, Randy; Shane, Mike; Schafer, Scott; Willson, Shelley; Dorenbush, Brandon; Rosenlund, Joseph; Futrell, Kevin; Boyle, Shawn Cc:'steven.erickson@co.yakima.wa.us' Subject: DST PACKETS - 2012 Comp Plan Amendments - CPA#001-12, CPA#002-12, CPA#003-12, CPA#004-12, CPA#005-12, CPA#006-12 Attachments: DST PACKET - Carlson Rev Trust - CPA001-12.pdf; DST PACKET - WA Fruit and Produce - CPA002-12.pdf; DST PACKET - Lockhart-Rookstool - CPA003-12.pdf; DST PACKET - WV Nursing Homes - CPA004-12.pdf; DST PACKET - Yakima Venture - CPA005-12.pdf; DST PACKET - AppleLand-Clasen - CPA006-12.pdf DST meeting scheduled for June 20, 2012. Please submit your comments in Paladin or e-mail them to the assigned planner no later than the meeting date. RpsaEmda Ibarra Planning Technician ribana@ci.vakima.wa.us City of Yakima 129 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 p: (509) 575-6183 f: (509) 575-6105 1 DOC. INDEX City of Yakima Development Services Team Request For Comments June 5, 2011 To: City of Yakima Development Services Team From: Bruce Benson , Supervising Planner Subject: Request for Comments . Applicant: Washington Fruit and Produce Co. File Number: CPA#002-12, RZ#002-12, SEPA#014-12 Location: Vicinity of t 1500 block of N 6th Avenue Parcel Number(s): 181312-31005, 31007, 34400, 34401, 34402, 34403, 34404, 34405, 34406 DST MEETING DATE: 6/20/2012 Proposal Comprehensive Plan Amendment request to change Future Land Use Map designation for nine parcels from Regional Commercial to Industrial and to concurrently rezone from LCC, Large Convenience Center to M-1, Light Industrial. No project is proposed in this application. Please review the attached application and site plan and prepare any written comments you might have regarding this proposal. This project will come up for discussion at the weekly DST meeting to be held June 20. 2012 at 9:30 a.m. As always, should you have comments, but find you are unable to attend, please submit your comments prior to the meeting. My email address is bbenson@ci.yakima.wa.us and the Planning Department's fax number is (509) 575-6105. Should you have any questions, or require additional information, please call me at (509) 575-6042 Comments: Contact Person Department/Agency DOC. INDEX # A" STATE OF WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF ECOLOGY 15 W Yakima Ave, Ste 200 0 Yakima, WA 98902-3452 0 (509) 575-2490 June 15, 2012 RECEIVED JUN 1 8 2012 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. Joan Davenport Planning Manager City of Yakima 129 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 Re: CPA 002-12/RZ002-12/SEPA 014-12 Dear Ms. Davenport: Thank you for the opportunity to comment on the pre -threshold determination for the comprehensive plan amendment and rezone from 9 parcels from LLC to M-1, proposed by Washington Fruit & Produce Company. We have reviewed the environmental checklist and have the following comment. Shorelands/Environmental Assistance Aerial photos show what could be a forested wetland on the northwest portion of parcel number 181312-31007. This potential wetland was cut off from Naches River surface hydrology with the adjacent construction of Highway 12, but the area likely still has a groundwater connection with the Naches River. (It remains green even when irrigation waters are not being applied to the rest of the parcel.) A wetland determination/ delineation should be done for this area before any building is allowed to take place on the parcel. If the area is confirmed to be a wetland, a shoreline permit would be required if any activity takes place within the wetland area, because of its proximity to and influence by the Naches River system. (WAC 173-22-040 3c) If site activities remain outside of the wetland area, then buffers under the City of Yakima Critical Areas Ordinance would apply to any development on site proximate to the wetland area. Forested wetlands in urban areas are unique and should be protected from vegetation removal and filling. Historically, in other areas of Yakima, the trees within forested wetlands were removed and wetlands were altered or filled to increase visibility of the business or development from the interstate. Buyers of this parcel should be made aware that any impact to the wetland, including vegetation removal, must be permitted and DOC. �.a INDEX # A--3a- 6�� Ms. Davenport June 15, 2012 Page 2 RECEIVED JUN 1 8 ZQ1Z PLANNINYAKIMA V mitigated. Beside local ordinances, state and federal permits may be needed before impacts to the wetland can be allowed. Ecology suggests that the presence of this potential wetland and the applicability of the shoreline regulations or critical areas ordinance for wetland protection be placed on the property title or property assessment documents in order to assure that future parcel buyers are aware of potential challenges for development. Ecology staff would be happy to assist the City or the applicant in making a preliminary wetland determination of the forested area to determine whether or not it meets the wetland criteria. If you have any questions or would like to respond to these Shorelands/Environmental Assistance comments, please contact Catherine Reed at (509) 575-2616. Toxics Clean-up Based upon the historical agricultural use of this land, there is a possibility the soil contains residual concentrations of pesticides. Ecology recommends that the soils be sampled and analyzed for lead and arsenic and for organochlorine pesticides. If these contaminants are found at concentrations above the MTCA clean-up levels Ecology recommends that potential buyers be notified of their occurrence. If you have any questions or would like to respond to these Toxics Clean-up comments, please contact Valerie Bound at (509) 454-7886. Sincerely, ";.1 Gwen Clear Environmental Review Coordinator Central Regional Office (509) 575-2012 555 DOC. OHM # A -3o RECEIVED APR 3 0 2012 CITY OF YAKIMA PLAN U US ig)w Y 12 Gordon Rd YAKIMA COUNTY GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SERVICES Subject Properties ® Subject Properties Aif All Roads Tax lots Parcel Lot lines are for visual display only. Do not use for legal purposes. 0 400 800 Feet 1•= 600 feat N YJ im p•cm Copyright (C) 2012 Yeklma County This map was derived from sevoral databasos. The Canty cannot accept responsibility for any errors. Therelore.there are no warranties for this product. Plot date: Apr 17.2012: mapl YAKIMA COUNTY GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SERVICES Subject Properties Critical Areas p■ Subject Properties FEMA 100 Year FL OODWAY Floodway FEMA 100 Year FLOODPLAIN Zone A NT. Zone AE Type- 2006 CAO 2 3 •••••• 4or5 A, Undetermined „, Man-made Potential Wetlands Local Wetland Inventory SMP Lakes Environments - natural conservanry rural urban urban con FloodwaylCMZ SMP Streams Environments - natural conservancy rural urban urban con All Roads 0 Tax Lots Parcel Lot lines are for visual display only. Do not use for legal purposes. 0 400 1'= 600 leot Yakirnap•cm 800 Feet k.„ Copyright (C) 2012 Yakima County This map was derived from several databases. The County cannot accept responsibility to any errors. Therefoe,then are no warranties for thla product. Plot date: Apr 17, 2012: map2 YAKIMA COUNTY RECEIVED APR 3 0 ZC12 WY OF YAKIMA PANNING DIV. GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SERVICES Site and Adjacent Existing Future Land Use p • q Subject Properties A All Roads Tax Lots Future Land Use Low Density Residential igMedium Density Residential - Nigh Densly Residential Professional Office - Regional Commercial - Neighborhood Commercial - Large Convenience Center Arterial Commercial CBD Core Commercial Industrial Parcel Lot fins are for visual display only. Do not use for legal purposes. 0 400 800 Feet �•= 600 feel Ydkt�lila 1 VP' Yakimap.cgm I Copyright (C) 2012 Yakima County This map was derived from several databases. The County cannot accept responsibility for any errors. Therefore.there wen* warranties for this product. Plot dates Apr 17, 2012: map3 AMR YAKIMA COUNTY GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SERVICES Proposed Future Land Use .. p ■ q Subject Properties J - All Roads ' a Tax Lots O Future Land Lisa 0 Low Density Residential qk - Medium Density Residential ▪ Nigh Density Residential Professional Office - Regional Commercial - Neighborhood Commercial - Large Convenience Center Arterial Commercial C80 Core Commercial Industrial Parcel Lot Ones are for visual display only. Do not use for legal purposes. 0 400 1100 FW 1'= 800 feet `r0 A YaXimap.ceIn Copyright (C) 2012 Yakima County This map was derived from several databases. The County cannot accept responsibility for any errors Therefore,Ihere are no warranties for this product. Piot date: Apr 17. 2012: map4 RECEIVED APR 3p:.]12 C YAKIMA PLANNING V YAKIMA COUNTY GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SERVICES Existing Zoning • Subject Properties A/ An Roads + Ej Tax Lots 0 z City of Yakima Zoning Q .� SR Suburban Residential R•1 Single Family R•2 Two Family R-3 Multi -Family 13-1 Professional Business 13-2 Local Business HB Hlstoncal Business SCC Small Convenience Center LCC Large Convenience Center CBD Central Business District CBD CBD Support GC General Commercial M-1 Light Industrial = M-2 Heavy lndustnal RD Regional Development AS Airport Support Parcel Lot lines are for visual display only. Do not use for legal purposes. 0 400 600 Font 1•= 600 feet Yakima k 4111, YaWmap.wo Copyright (C) 2012 Yakima County This map was darted from wand databasaa. Thor County cannot Iccopt ruspaWbby tar any errors. Thantan.tlrrs m no Worantla tar tats product. pld our Apr 17. 2012: nope I RECEIVED APR 302012 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING D YAKIMA COUNTY GEOGRAPHIC I NPORLAATION SERVICES Proposed Zoning .. •Subied Properties All Roads Tax Lots City of Yakima Zoning SR Suburban Residential R -t Single Family s, R•2 Two Family E L R-3 Multi -Family 111-1 Professional Business - 6•2 Local Business - HB Historical Business SCC Small Convenience Center LCC Lamga Convenience Center ▪ CBD Central Business District Ir"! CBD CBD Support GC General Commercial M-1 Light Industrial ._. M-2 Heavy Industrial RD Regional Development AS Airport Support Parcel Lot lines are for visual display only. Do not use for legal purposes. 0 400 B00 Feet 1•= 600 feet Yakima p. ) M v Copyright (C) 2012 Yakima *seedy This map was derived from several databases. The County cannot accept responsibility fa any errors. Therefore,there are no warranties for this product. Plot data: Apr 17. 2012; map6 v IClmly bviup IUr l rIftt/tS- I.. ICG+tUU2- I. , Jtri\trU 14- 12 http://gls.cl .yaknna.\t a. us/vakimagisipriniMap.html?vicinity=trui City of Yakima, Washington Fite (P.4#002 -I2, RZ#002-12, SI:PA#014-12 Nurrhei Bin Ilordan 4"."" ant: Ottncr. Washington fruit & Produce Company Request: Change the Future land 1 se nip designation for nine parcels from Regional Commercial to Industrial and retune nine parcels from Large (nntenience Center IL( ( ) to Light Industrial (M -I) for future expansion of operations. locat,on: 1500 block of N 6th Avenue Puci-I 18131231005.18131231007,18131234400.18131234401,18131234402,181312344113.18131234404.18131234405.181312344116 Nuri:'xa Is1: Subject Area Site Property Notification Area NOTIFICATION OF LAND USE APPLICATION \'. Map Dix larme,: Information shown on ttus crop is for planning and Mush ation purposes only. The City of Yakima assumes no liability for any errors. omissions. or inaccuracies in the information puowded or fou any action taken. or action not taken by the user In ieaancc upon any maps or information provided heuein Contest City of Yakima Planning Division at 509-S7S-6183 City of Yakima - Geographic Information Services Friday. May 04. 2012 1 of 1 5/4/2012 3:52 PN Ull I IL% Iv1A1J 101 L.rt%f+ukt -iL, RL!!uul- IL. JCrHHu 14-11 1 oft nttp:ugis.cl.)akin a.wa.usiyakunag is//printMap.html°utility=trui City of Yakima. Washington fife (.PAn002-12. R1.#1102-12. SEPAt1014-12 Nurnbei Bill Ilordan Applicant: Oa ncr: Washington Fruit & Produce Company Request: Change the Future Land t se map designation for nine parcels from Regional Commercial to Industrial and rezone nine parcels from I.arge Conienicnce ('enter (LC() to I.ight Industrial 0I-1) for future expansion of operations. Location: 151)0 block of '\ 6th Atcnuc Parcel 18131231005.18131231007.18131234400.18131234401.18131234402.18131234403,18131234404.18131234405,18131234406 Numbctis). Subject Area Site Water Pipe Sewer Pipe Contact City o1 Yakima Planning Division at 509575-6183 City of Yakima - Geographic Infomtation Services - Friday, May 04, 2012 Map Disclaimer: Information shown on this nap is for planning and illustration purposes only. The City of Yakima assumes no liability for any errors. omissions. 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. DOC. 5/4/2012 3:49 I'A Lunutg map tui ..rr►*uuc-1.:, tcc.«uu_- rr//Hu 114-1 2. nttp://gl s.c t.yakl ma.wa. ustyakimagi s/pr i nt Map. html?zoni nig—true d 1,01;e1;e til SnR 1 GC R-3 B-2 M-1 Scale • 1:a000 City of Yakima, Washington Numbs (•PA#002-12. R7Jf002-I2. Si PA#014-12 4ppticant. Bill llnrdan Owner: INashinglon Fruit & Produce Company Request: change the Future land l se map designation for nine parcels from Regional CComnlcrcial to Industrial and rezone nine parcels from Large Comeniencc Center (ICC) to Light Industrial 0l-1) for future expansion of operations. Location: 1500 block of \ 6th Avenue Parce118131231005.18131231007,18131231400.18131234301.18131234102,18131234403.18131234401.18131231105.181312344116 Numberis): Contact City of Yakima Planning Division at 509-5756183 City of Yakima • Geographic Information Services • Friday. May 04. 2012 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. DOC. INDEX # A-3 1 of 1 5/4/2012 3:51 PIv • w.... .as•.v v... i. mlr .v. .... 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SLPA#014-12 Number: Bill Ilordan applicant: Owner: Washington Fruit & Produce (ontpam Request: Change the Future Land I'se map designation km nine parcels from Regional Commercial to Industrial and rezone nine parcels from Large Convenience Center (LC (') to Light Industrial (11-1) for future expansion of operations. Location: 1500 Mock of K 61h a eiiuc Parcel 18131231005,18131231007.18131234400.18131234401,18131234402,18131234403,18131234404,1813123♦,*05,18131234406 Numbensl, Subject Area Site Aerial Photo: June 2008 Contact City of Yakima Planning Division at 509-S7S-6133 City of Yakima • Geographic Information Services - Friday, May 04. 2012 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. DOC. INDEX 1 of 1 5/4/2012 3:52 PM <l , :" ENVIRONMENTAL CHECKLIST STATE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT (SEPA) (AS TAKEN FROM WAC 197-11-960) YAKIMA MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 6.88 PURPOSE OF CHECKLIST The State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA), RCW Ch. 43.21C, requires alt govemmental agencies to con sider the environmental impacts of a proposal before making decisions. An environmental impact statement (EIS) must be prepared for all proposals with probable significant adverse impacts on the quality of the environment. The purpose of this checklist is to provide information to help you and the agency identify impacts from your proposal (and to reduce or avoid impacts from the proposal, if it can be done) and to help the agency decide whether an EIS is required. INSTRUCTIONS FOR APPLICANTS This environmental checklist asks you to describe some basic information about your proposal. Governmental agencies use this checklist to determine whether the environmental impacts of your proposal are significant, requiring preparation of an EIS. Answer the questions briefly, with the most precise information known, or give the best description you can. You must answer each question accurately and carefully, to the best of your knowledge. In most cases, you should be able to answer the questions from your own observations or project plans without the need to hire experts. If you really do not know the answer, or if a question does not apply to your proposal, write "do not know" or "does not apply". Complete answers to the questions now may avoid unnecessary delays later. Some questions ask about governmental regulations, such as zoning, shoreline, and landmark designations. Answer these questions if you can. If you have problems, the governmental agencies can assist you. 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 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 impact. USE OF CHECKLIST FOR NONPROJECT PROPOSALS Complete this checklist for non -project proposals, even though questions may be answered "does not apply." IN ADDITION, complete'the SUPPLEMENTAL SHEET FOR NONPROJECT ACTIONS (part D). For non -project actions, the references in the checklist to the words "project," "applicant," and "property or site" should be read as "proposal," "proposer," and "affected geographic area," respectively. A. BACKGROUND INFORMATION (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 — (509) 249-1919. 3. Applicant's Address: 410 North 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901 RECEIVED 4. Contact Person & Phone: Same as applicant. APR 3 0 2.312 OF YAKI A CITY 5. Agency Requesting Checklist: City of Yakima PIAN" DN• 6. Date The Checklist Was Prepared: April 26, 2012 7. Proposed Timing Or Schedule (Including Phasing, If Applicable): Not applicable, no land use action is proposed at this time. 8. Do you have any plans for future additions, expansion, or further activity related to or connected with this proposal? If yes, explain: Yes, upon a successful change in the Future Land Use Designation and Rezone of the property, industrial development will occur on the property. No specific plan exists at this time, but the area is expected to be the expansion area for Washington Fruit & Produce Company's processing facility, which abuts this property on the south . DOC. INDEX #J-2 9. List any environmental infor.. ..ion you know about that has been preparets, .,r will be prepared, directly related to this proposal: No additional environmental information is pending. 10. Do you know whether applications are pending for gover nmental approvals of other proposals directly affecting the property covered by your proposal? If yes, explain: RECEIVED No other applications are pending. APR 302012 11. List any govern ment approvals or permits that will be needed for your proposal iLk_now OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. Comprehensive Plan Land Use change to the Future Land Use Map and Rezone. 12. Giv e 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 to change the Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map designation and zoning on 9 parcels totaling approximately 46 acres in size. The comprehensive plan land use change consists of changing the Future Land Use Map from Regional Commercial to Industrial and the zoning from Large Convenience Center to Light Industrial. 13. Location of the proposal. Give sufficient infor mation for a person to understand the precise location of your pro- posed 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 properties Iie on the west side of North 6th Avenue about 2,500 feet north of River Road, within the City Limits of Yakima, Washington. The address of the property is approximately the 1500 Block of North 6th Avenue. The Yakima County Assessor's Parcel Numbers for the property is 181312-31005, 31007, 34400, 34401, 34402, 34403, 34404, 34405 and 34406. B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS (To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments 1. Earth a. General description of the site (✓ one): -----15riiii0 rolling 0 hilly ❑ steep slopes ■ mountainous ❑ other b. What is the steepest slope on the site (approximate percent slope)? Approximately 1-2 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 prime farmland. According to the Soil Survey of Yakima County Area Washington, the general soil types on the property are Logy silt loam, 0 to 2 percent slopes and Weinman fine sandy loam. Neither one of the soil types is classified as prime farmland. INDEX # A-2 B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEM., ..S (To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments d. Are there surface indications or history of unstable soils in the immediate vicinity? If so, describe. No. ����'��® APR 3 0 2012 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. e. Describe the purpose, type, and approximate quantities of any filling or grading proposed. Indicate source of fill. No fill or grading is required as part of this application. f. Could erosion occur as a result of clearing, construction, or use'? If so, generally describe. Not as part of this application. g. About what percent of the site will be covered with impervious surfaces after project construction (for example, asphalt or buildings)? Less than one percent of the property is covered with impervious surfaces. No project is proposed as part of this application. h. Proposed measures to reduce or control erosion, or other impacts to the earth, if any: None needed, none proposed. 2, Air a. What types of emissions to the air would result from the proposal (Le., dust, automobile, odors, industrial wood smoke) during construction and when the project is completed? If any, generally describe and give approximate quantities if known. None as part of this land use change and rezone application. b. Are there any off-site sources of emissions or odor that may affect your proposal? If so, generally describe. None known by property owner. c. Proposed measures to reduce or control emissions or other impacts to air, if any: None needed, none proposed. 3. Water a. Surface: 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 1,000 feet to the north of this project and a small lake lies approximately 500 feet northeast of the property. 2. Will the project require any work over, in, or adjacent to (within 200 feet) the described waters? If yes, please describe and attach available plans. Not applicable, there is no project proposed on the property. 3. Estimate the amount of fill and dredge material that would be placed in or re moved from surface water or wetlands and indicate the area of the site that would be affected. Indicate the source of fill material. Not applicable. DOC. INDEX # A-- 2- B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEME, _'S (To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments FItVCD APR 3 0 2012 CM F KIhflA 4. Will the proposal require surface water w pigversions? 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. 6. 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: 1. Will ground water be withdrawn, or will water be discharged to ground water? Give general description, purpose, and approximate quantities if known. No. 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, this is a non -project land use change and rezone request. c. Water Runoff (including stormwater): 1. 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. 2. Could waste materials enter ground or surface waters? If so, generally describe. Not applicable. 3. Proposed measures to reduce or control surface, ground, and runoff water impacts, if any: None needed, none proposed. 4. Plants: a. Check (✓) types of vegetation found on the site: Deciduous Tree: 0 Alder 0 Maple 0 Aspen 0 Other Evergreen Green: 0 Fir ❑ Cedar 0 Pine 0 Other ■ Shrubs ❑ Grass 0 Pasture Crop Or Grain ❑ Other Wet Soil Plants: t] Cattail ❑Buttercup 0 Bullrush ❑Skunk Cabbage ❑ Other Water Plants: 0 Milfoil 0 Eelgrass 0 Water Lily 0 Other Other Types Of Vegetation: Wee oS DOC. b. What kind and amount of vegetation will be removed or altered? No vegetation will be removed or altered as part of this application. INDEX # A -••2 B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMI. S (To be completed by the applicant) RECEIVED Space Reserved for Agency Comments c. List threatened or endangered species known to be on or near t e site. None known by the property owner. APR 3 0 2012 CITY OFVAKKIIMA DOC. INDEX # A-2. d. Proposed landscaping, use of native plants, or othill-8 ttr sol preserve or enhance vegetation on the site, if any: None needed, none proposed. 5. Animals: a. Check (1) any birds and animals which have been observed on or near the site or are known to be on or near the site: Birds: jg Hawk Heron -0 Eagle PjSongbirdsOther 64,4.x` [] Mammals: ❑ Deer 0 Bear ❑ Elk ❑ Beaver Other Fish: 0 Bass ❑ Salmon ❑ Trout 0 Herring • Shellfish ❑ Other b. List any threatened or endangered species known to be on or near the site. None known by the property owner. 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. 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 as part of this application. b. 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 as there is no proposal. 7. Environmental Health 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. No. 1. Describe special emergency services that might be required. No special emergency services are required for this application. 2. Proposed measures to reduce or control environmental health hazards, if any: None needed, none proposed. B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEML. .S (To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments b. Noise 1. What types of noise exist in the area, which may affect your project (for example: traffic, equipment, operation, other)? Minor traffic noise exists in the area, mainly from Highway 12. It will not affect this proposal. 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 frroRECEIVED The land use change and rezone will not create any noise. APR 302012 Y OF YAViftdA 3. Proposed measures to reduce or control noise impacts, 1 'AWNING DIV. None needed, none proposed. 8. Land and Shoreline Use a. What is the current use of the site and adjacent properties? The subject site contains one small residence and the balance of the property is vacant. Property to the south contains the existing Washington Fruit & Produce Company and C. M. Holtzinger Fruit Company processing and storage facilities. To the east is vacant ground, residential properties, Record Trucking and Jeld-Wen a window and door manufacturing facility. To the west is mostly vacant property, as it abuts this property. To the north is State Route 12. b. Has the site been used for agriculture? If so, describe. Yes, most of the subject property was previously planted in orchard. c. Describe any structures on the site. The site contains one small single -story residence approximately 1,500 square feet in size. d. Will any structures be demolished? If so, what? No structures will be demolished as part of this application. e. What is the current zoning classification of the site? Large Convenience Center f. What is the current comprehensive plan designation of the site? Regional Commercial g. If applicable, what is the current shoreline master program designation of the site? Not applicable. h. Has any part of the site been classified as an "environmentally sensitive" area? If so specify. No. i. Approximately how many people would reside or work in the completed project? Not applicable, there is no project. j. Approximately how many people would the completed project displace? Not applicable, there is no project. k. Proposed measures to avoid or reduce displacement impacts, if any. None needed, none proposed. ®®C. INDEX B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEML..: S (To be completed by the applicant) 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. 9. Housing a. Approximately how many units would be provided, if any? Indicate whether high, middle, or tow -income housing. Not applicable, no housing is being provided. 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: Not applicable. 10. Aesthetics a. What is the tallest height of any proposed structures, not including antennas; what are the principal exterior building materials proposed? Not applicable, no structures are proposed. b. What views in the immediate vicinity would be altered or obstructed? No known views in the immediate area will be altered or obstructehte isnapplication. APR 3 0 2. 012 CITY OF YAKIMA PLPMPlr my. , c. Proposed measures to reduce or control aesthetic impacts, if any: None needed, none proposed. 11. Light and G lare a. What type of light or glare will the proposal produce? What time of day would it mainly occur? No light or glare will be produced as part of this 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 known sources of off-site light or glare which would affect this proposal. d. Proposed measures to reduce or control light and glare impacts, if any: None needed, none proposed. 12. Recreation a. What designated and informal recreational opportunities are in the immediate vicinity? An asphalt pathway is located along the eastern side of the subject property. That pathway connects to the Yakima Greenway, which is used for walking and jogging purposes. Fishing has been observed in the Naches River. DOC. B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEML.. S (To be completed by the applicant) ' II Space Reserved for Agency Comments b. Would the proposed project displace any existing recreational uses? If so, describe. No recreational opportunities will be displaced. EIVED 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 places or objects listed on, or proposed for, national, state, or local preservation registers known to be on or next to the site? If so, generally describe. None known by the property owner. b. Generally describe any landmarks or evidence of historic, archaeological, scientific, or cultural important known to be on or next to the site. REC None known by the property owner. c. Proposed measures to reduce or control impacts, if any: APR None needed, none proposed. CITY 0 3 0 2012 ' YAKIMA 14. Transportation PLANING DIV. a. Identify public streets and highways serving the site, and describe proposed access to the existing street system. Show on site plans, if any. The site is currently served by North 6th Avenue which connects to other urban arterials and eventually the state highway system. b. Is site currently serviced by public transit? If not, what is the approximate distance to the nearest transit stop? No, the nearest known stop is at least 2,000 feet away. c. How many parking spaces would the completed project have? How many would the project eliminate? Not applicable, there is no project. d. Will the proposal require any new roads or streets, or improvements to existing roads or streets, not including driveways? If so, generally describe (indicate whether public or private). No, there is no project at this time. e. Will the project use (or occur in the immediate vicinity of) water, rail, or air transportation? If so, generally describe. No. f. How many vehicular trips per day would be generated by the completed project? If known, indicate when peak volumes would occur. Not applicable, there is no project. g. Proposed measures to reduce or control transportation impacts, if any: None needed, none proposed. DOC. INDEX #.2. --2 B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEME.. S (To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments 15. Public Services a. Would the project resultin an increased need for public services (for example: fire protection, police protection, health care, schools, other)? If so, generally describe: No. 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. No utilities are proposed to be extended to the property at this time. 16. Utilities a. Circle util' ies currentl available at the site: lectricity natural gas, ater efuse servic telephone anitar sewer septic system, of er. 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. ri-1.3—(2 - Property Owner or Agent Signature Date Submitted PLEASE COMPLETE SECTION "D" ON THE NEXT PAGE IF THERE IS 'NO PROJECT RELATED TO THIS ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW RECEIVED APR 30`012 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. DOC. INDEX #--2 D. SUPPLEMENT SHEET FOR NONPROJECT ACTIONS (To be completed by the applicant.) (DO NOT USE THE FOLLOWING FOR PROJECT ACTIONS) Space Reserved For Agency Comments Because 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 and how it would affect the item at a greater intensity or at a'',faster rate than if the proposal were not implemented. -S! V�A A4) `% . ' eP �� ��i� ` �?? y0;74, s' �� of 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? No increase to water, emissions to air or toxic/or hazardous substances are proposed. No increase in noise levels are anticipated by a change to the Comprehensive Plan or Rezone. Proposed measures to avoid or reduce such increases are: If applicable, complete an additional SEPA Checklist once a project has been proposed. 2. How would the proposal be likely to affect plants, animals, fish, or marine life? This proposal will have no effect to plants, animals, fish or marine life. Proposed measures to protect' or conserve plants, animals, fish, or marine life are: Conservation of these issues would be reviewed through additional SEPA review and implementation of rules and regulations of the Critical Areas Ordinance, as necessary. 3. How would the proposal be likely to deplete energy or natural resources? Not applicable, no natural resources are being exploited through this application. Proposed measures to protect or conserve energy and natural resources are: None needed, none proposed. 4. How would the proposal bel 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? Compliance with local, state and federal ordinances will ensure protection occurs. Proposed measures to protect such resources or to avoid or reduce impacts are: See answer above. 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? This proposal will not affect shorelines, as there are none. Future land use development of the property will be dictated by local, state and federal 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 local and state highways. A minor demand in public services and utilities would likely occur as the property is developed. Proposed measures to reduce or respond to such demand(s) are: All new development would be required to meet concurrency requirements prior to development occurring. 7. 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. DOM INDEX #_ LAND USE APPLICATION 22 pp CITY OF YAKIMA, DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AND ECONOM8 DiVaL9PNT 129 NORTH SECOND STREET, 2ND FLOOR, YAKIMA, WA 98902 CI'� OF YAKItd1A VOICE: (509) 575-6183 FAX (509) 575-6105 PLANNING DIV. INSTRUCTIONS'_PLEASEREAD FIRST. Please type orPrint-Your 'answers clearly. _• Answer all questions completely. If you have any questions about this form or the application process, please 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. PART II and III contain additional information specific to your proposal and MUST be attached to this page to complete the application. PART I = GENERAL INFORMATION.' • • •—• :w; : ' • ::..:... -.. RECEIVE[' 1. Applicant's Name, Address, And Phone Number 2. Applicant's Property Interest 3. Property Owner's Name, Address, And Phone Number (If Other Than Applicant) Name Street City 1W002 ,1,) PI.4rndM Soft/gas 4{/o 4/onpt Check One /0"bel IST 1/44- I Zip I TOP/ Phone �( ) ZtiIT-/9/9 CL.]Owner 1 0 Agent 0 Purchaser [''Other Pc•K Name W»S/0047AoJ 1*0/7' zi ReoDziea Com. street yo/ Noane / ='- Ave 4. Subject Property'sCity 14f40014- IST 1 4- IZiP I9$ 02 I Phone ( ) 4./ 77 Assessor's Parcel Number(s): lS/3,2- 3/oos 3/007, 3i/yoo, 3N5/o// 3./S/oa, 3 SIV;+ 3yvoi,/ 3 Vi/or L 3 ti!'/oG 5. Property Address: APPAroxp /iti -rte /SOO !3i GC4 of i✓•,a.nf G = i4Nt=,dk„a" 6. Legal Description of Property. (if lengthy, please attach it on a separate document) SEE AIM emfit 7. Property's Existing Zoning: ❑ SR 0 R-1 0 R-2 ❑ R-3 0 B -I 0 B-2 ❑ HE 0 SCC LCC 0 CBD 0 GC 0 AS 0 RD 0 M-1 0 M-2 8. Type Of Application: (Check All That Apply) ❑ Administrative Adjustment NI Environmental Checklist (SEPA)4 d 1 o .. 1 y ❑ Easement Release ❑ Type (2) Review ❑ Right-of-way vacation 154. ❑ Type (3) ReviewSho 0 Transportation Concurrency 0 Shoreline ❑ Short Plat 0 Non -Conforming Structure/Use El Long Plat 0 Critical Areas 0 Type 3 Modification 0 Variance ❑ Admin. Modification 0 Interpretation by Hearing Examiner ❑ Appeal 0 Amended Plat 0 Temporary Use Permit !P 12k 0 Binding Site Plan ❑ Home Occupation Ilit Comp Plan Amendment 40a - I.o, 0 Planned Development ❑ Short Plat Exemption: 0 Other. PART II'- SUPPLEMENTAL APPLICATION, PART III.-: REQUIRED' ATTACHMENTS, & PART IV - NARRATIVE 9. SEE ATTACHED SHEETS PART V'- CERTIFICATION 10. I certify that the information on is application and the required attachments are true and correct to the best of my knowledge. ROPERTYOWNEUSI A FOR ADMINISTRATIVE USE ONLY Notes: /a6 DAT DATE FEE PAID RECEIVED BY Revised 02-11 VigkOlfI .)04062'42-111‘1,1iti Amount Receipt No. Hearing Date DOC. INDEX LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS Parcel A: (181312310071 RECEIVED APR 302012 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. That portion of the fol owing described parcel lying South of the State Highway, and Westerly of the BNSF Railroad right-of-way, to wit The South 112 of the Northeast 114 of the Southwest 114 of Section 12, Township 13 North, Range 18, E.W.M. • EXCEPT the West three acres of that part of said subdivision lying South of the Yakima River as acquired by Yakima County, Washington under tax deed recorded September 8. 1951, under Auditor's File No. 1877761, AND EXCEPT that part of the Southwest 114 of Section 12, descnbed as follows: Beginning at the Northeast comer of Lot 1, The Summerside Orchard Tracts, as recorded in .Volume °A",of Plats, Page 28, records of Yakima County, Washington; • thence South 89°56'5" West along the North boundary thereof 258.20 feet; thence North parallel With the East boundary thereof 11.9 feet; thence North 89656'50" East 258.20 feet; thence South 119 feet to the point of beginning. PARCEL B:. (181312.31095). That part of the Southwest quarter of Section 12, Township 13 North, Range 18,'E.W.M., described as wows: Beginning a &the Northeast corner of Lot 1, The Summerside Orchard Tracts, as recorded in Volume A of Plats, page 28, records of Yakima County, Washington, thence Sputh 89°56'50" West along the North boundary thereof 2582C feet; thence North parallel with the East boundary thereof 119 feet; thence North 89°56'S0'.East 258.20 feet; thence Sough 119 feet to the point of beginning, EXCEPT railroad right of way along a portion of the East boundary thereof. Situate in Yalci a County, Washington. DOC. INDEX • RECEIVED Parcel C: (181312-34404 That portion of the Northeast 1/4 of the Northwest % of Section. , h, Range 18 East, W.M., and the vacated Plat of Summerside Or M 1� t t �! :. "'. din Volume `A' of Plats, page 28, records of Yakima County, Washita' �� Described as follows: - Beginning at a point on the North file of the Northeast 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 of said Section 13, said point being 27.00 feet East of the Northwest comer of said subdivision measured perpendcuiar bite West Gne thereof; thence North 00°03'l7 East parallel with the West fine of said subdivision 659.61 feet to the • North line of Lot '12 of said Vacated Plat of Summerside Orchard Tracts; thence South 89°59'04" East along the North fine of Lots 11 and 12 of said Plata distance of 633.44 feet to the Northeast comer of said Lot 11; thence South 00°08'03" West along the East fine of Lots 11 and 14 of said Plat 655.06 feet to the Norih.rine of the hereinafter described Parcel'X"; thence North 89°32'56" West along said North line 95.46 -feet to the Northwest comer of said Parcel "X"; thence South 00°07'54" West alb the West line of said Parcel 'X° and the Southerly extension thereof 120.49 feet to a point that is 115.00 feet South of the North line of the Northeast i/sof the Northwest 1 of said Section 13, measured perpendicular to the North line thereof; thence North 89°57'45" West parallel with said North line a distance of 536.91 feet to a point that is 27.00 feet East of the West line of the Northeast 1/sof the Northwest 1/4 of said Section 13, measured perpendicular to the West line thereof; • thence North 00°0317" East parallel with said West fine 115.00 feet to the point of (ginning; APR 3 0 2012 Parisi °X - Beginning at the, Northeast comer of the Northeast 1/4 of the Northwest V4 of Section 13, Township 13 North, Range 18, E.W.M., thence South 0°0' East along the East line of said subdivision 39.75 feet; thence North 90°0' West 760 feet; thence North 0°0' East 43.99 feet; thence South 89°40'50" East 760.00 feet to the true point of beginning. Parcel 11: (18131234401) Lots 5 and 6 of the vacated Plat of Summerside Orchard Tracts recorded in Volume W of Plats, Page 28, records of Yakima County, Washington. And vacated roads accruing thereto. EXCEPT that portion tying Westerly of the following descried line: Beginning on a point on the South fine of the Northeast 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 of Section 13, Taal 13 North, Range.l8 East, W. M., said point being 27.00 feet East of the West line of said subdivision measured perpendicular thereto; • • thence North 00'0i'1T East parallel with said West line 2647.37 feet; to the North line of the vacated Plat of Summerside Orchard Tracts•and terminus of said line; Situate in Yakima County, Washington. DOC. INDWC Percet E• (181312-33.4Ob) RECEIVED APR 3 0 2012 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 of the vacated Plat of Summersije Orchard Tracts recorded in Volume -A' of Plats, Page 28, records of Yakima County, Washington. And vacated roads accruing thereto. EXCEPT that portion lying Westerly of the following descnbt fd line: Beginning one point on the South fine of the Northeast 1/4 of the Northwest V4 of Section 13, Township 13 North, Range18 East, W. M., said point being 27.00 feet East of the West line of said subdivision measured perpendicular thereto; • thence North 00e03'iT East parallel with said West line 2647.37 feet; to the North line of the vacated Plat of Summerside Orchard Tracts and terminus of said line; Situate in Yakima County, Washington. Parcel F: f1813t2.•3g4O2t Lots 7 and 8 of the vied Plat of Summerside Orchard Tracts recorded in Volume "A" of Plats, Page 28, records of Yakima County, Washington. And vacated roads accruing thereto. EXCEPT riga of way for North 64' Avenue along the East. Pan* G: (Parcels 151312 34405 and 181312.3440M Lots 15 and 16 of the vacated Plat of Summergide Orchard Tracts recorded in Volume "A" of Plats. Page 28, record of Yakima County, Washington. Md vacated roads accruing thereto. EXCEPT right of way for North 661' Avenue along the East. AND EXCEPT that portion lying win the fang described tract; Beginning; at the Northeast corner of the Northeast 14 of the+ Township 13 North, Range 18, EWA.,Nom /s of Section 13, thence South'' East along the East Inv of said subdivision 39.75 feet; thence North 90°0' West 760 feet; thence North 0°0' East 43.99 feet; thence South!89°4f50p East 760.00 feet to the fire point of beginning. Situated in Yakima County, Washington DOC. INDEX # A_ - Parcel H: (181312-34403) aCEIVED APR 302012 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. Lots 9 and 10, Vacated Plat of the Summerside Orchard Tracts, as recorded in volume A of Plats, page 28, and as vacated by resolution recorded February 13,1976, under Auditor's File No. 2411122, together with portion of vacated street or alley accruing to the South of said lots. Situated in Yakima County, Washington DOC. INDEX Supplemental Application For: /\COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT 1;, -, YAKIMA MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 16.10 PART 1V - NARRATIVE . A. Does your proposal address circumstances that have changed since the last time the relevant comprehensive plan map or text was considered? If so, how? SEE A -17)4C.409 Wiz t rlw Nr tdoivoca -cs oo4usi 7v ot-t c_. Q4E$11a!S p494., -rails PAI 6O , B. Does your proposal better implement applicable comprehensive plan policies than the current relevant comprehensive plan map or text? If so, how? RECEIVED C. Does your proposal correct an obvious mapping error? If so, what is the error? APR 3 0 2012 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV D. Does your proposal address an identified deficiency in the Comprehensive Plan? If so, what is the deficiency? E. Is the proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendment coordinated with, and take into consideration, the comprehensive plans adopted by Yakima County or cities with which the City of Yakima has, in part, common borders or related regional issues as may be required by RCW 36.70A.100? If so, how? F. Is the proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendment consistent with the Growth Management Act (GMA), RCW Ch. 36.70A, and the Yakima County -Wide Planning Policy (CWPP)? If so, how? G. Have the cumulative impacts of all comprehensive plan amendments been considered in the evaluation of the proposed amendment? If so, how? H. For Future Land Use Map changes, please provide descriptive information regarding the property, including the status of existing land use, access to sewer and water, as well as the availability of public facilities such as schools, fire and police services. 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 02-11 DOC. INDEX Supplemental Application For. COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMEND YAKIMA MUNICIPAL CODE, CHAPTER 16.10 ADMINISTRATION OF DEVELOPMENT PERMIT REGULATIONS RECEIVED Arf s 0 L012 NIMA NNING DIV. PART 1r APPLICATION INFORMATION: 1. TYPE OF APPLICATION: ❑Comprehensive Plan Text Amendment CKFuture La• nd Use Map Amendment 2. EXISTING ZONING OF SUBJECT PROPERTY: ❑ SR 0 R-1 0 R-2 0 R-3 ❑ B-1 0 B-2 0 HB ❑ SCC 'LCC 0 CBD ❑ GC ❑ AS 0 RD 0 M-1 0 M-2 3. DESIRED ZONING OF SUBJECT PROPERTY: 0 S 0 R-1 ❑R-2 El R-3 0 B-1 ❑B-2 ❑IIB ❑SCC ❑LCC ❑CBD ❑GC AS ID RD JM -1 El M-2 4. EXISTING FUTURE LAND USE DESIGNATION: ❑ Low Density Residential 0 Medium Density Residential 0 High Density Residential Professional Office 0 Neighborhood Commercial ID Large Convenience Center ID Commercial 0 CBD Core Commercial Regional Commercial 0 Industrial 5. DESIRED FUTURE LAND USE DESIGNATION: ❑ Low Density Residential 0 Mediwit Density Residential 0 High Density Residential 0 Professional Office 0 Neighborhood Commercial ❑ Large Convenience Center ❑ Arterial Commercial 0 CBD Core Commercial ❑ Regional Commercial �$( Industrial 6. PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES AVAILABLE:tivf , ` Transportation egRights-Of-Wayir(Police And Fire Protection El Parks And Trails rif Schools ta Water I Sewer ❑ Storm Drainage Electricity ❑ Natural Gas ( Telephone 53 Cable TV PART III- I LIMED ATTACHMENTS'" 7. MAPS: Maps of the subject property indicating roads, any area designated as critical areas, the future land use designation of adjacent properties,i and current & proposed future land use designations. Maps are to be provided in both an 8-1/2" by 11" and 11" • 17" format and to a standard • a eerin: scale (e.:. 1:20). 8. SUBMITTAL FOR POLICY/REGULATORY AMENDMENTS: Identification of the proposed amendment indicating the section and paragraph location 'for the current Comprehensive Plan provision sought to be changed, if any, and including, for text amendments, the specific text sought to be added or amended. (attach) 9. WRITTEN NARRATIVE (required. see attached): (stating the reasons for the request for the amendment and explaining how the proposed amendment meets the criteria in YMC § 16.10.040) 10. TRAFFIC CONCURRENCY (may be required): 11. ENVIRONMENTAL CHECKLIST (required): 12. SITE PLAN: 13. AUTHORIZATION: I hereby authorize the submittal ofthis Comprehensive Plan Amendment Application to the City of Yakima for review. Property Owner Si tore (required) Date y /016 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 O241 DOC. INDEX PART IV — COMPREHENSIVE PLAN NARRATIVIfi OR 3 A. Does your proposal address circumstances that have changed since y�4K� time the relevant comprehensive plan or text was considered? If so, /V . d0V. Yes, this proposal addresses circumstances which have changed since the original comprehensive plan was adopted and the most relevant comprehensive plan update. Since the time of the original and updated comprehensive plan adoption, Washington Fruit & Produce Company has developed approximately 20 acres of property which abuts this proposal to the south. The development consists of a fruit packing facility and associated storage facilities. The approximate 20 acres is completely built -out with those facilities. To further expand its operation, Washington Fruit & produce Company has acquired the approximate 46 acres which lie north of it, and are the subject of this request. Due to this growth, the property owner has had to look at expansion plans. Properties that would meet his needs are only available to the north, however, they are designated Regional Commercial, which does not permit the expansion of the facility due to improper zoning. The existing processing facility lies north of River Road and expansion is limited to a northerly direction. Therefore, the property owner had the foresight to purchase the property to the north for future expansion. The subject property was once of portion of property that was slated for construction of a Regional Mall referred to as River Pointe Landing. However, due to poor economy and other factors, such as the potential development of the Boise Cascade Property, the property was placed on the market for sale and the project appears to no longer be feasible. B. Does your proposal better implement applicable comprehensive plan policies than the current relevant comprehensive plan map or text? If so, how? Yes, this proposal better implements applicable comprehensive plan policies than the current relevant comprehensive plan map because the change will permit an existing business to expand an existing facility, instead of having to relocate operations to another area. The proposal better implements the applicable plan policies because it meets the following goals and policies: Goal 3.13 — Provide sufficient and suitable land for industrial uses to help create job opportunities and to promote economic growth. Policy 3.13.1— Locate industries in areas where public facilities are available and have adequate transportation access. DOC. INDEX RECEIVED Policy 3.13.6 — New storage, warehousing, and light industrial; developmk$tRsltllobt 0 t2 located in clusters with existing development. CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. C. Does your proposal correct an obvious mapping error? If so, how? No, it does not appear that an obvious mapping error occurred. This is a voluntary request on behalf of the property owner, which complies with the comprehensive plan and promotes economic development. D. Does your proposal address an identified deficiency in the Comprehensive Plan? If so, what is the deficiency? This proposal does involve an identified deficiency in the comprehensive plan. The deficiency deals with the fact that there is a need for areas of expansion for established uses. Specifically, many industrial areas are located in existing clusters that do not permit expansion beyond their current borders because the cluster is fully developed. It is therefore, necessary to expand into other zones provided it is in conjunction with expansion of existing uses. Currently, the City of Yakima has no industrial zoned property in this area which permits the expansion of existing uses at this specific location. The existing facility only has one logical way to expand, and, that is to the north. The subject property is considered generally vacant, with two exceptions for a residence and a small recreational vehicle storage facility. This request fulfills that deficiency by providing additional lands for future growth that can be accommodated with infrastructure and supports a project permitted in the Light Industrial Zoning District. E. Is the proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendment coordinated with, and take into consideration, the comprehensive plans adopted by Yakima County or cities with which the City of Yakima has, in part, common borders or related regional issues as may be required by RCW 36.70A.100? If so, how? Yes, this proposal is consistent with RCW 36.70A.100. This application is part of the annual comprehensive plan update for the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan. The City of Yakima coordinates this update with Yakima County for consistency between the jurisdictions. DOC. INDEX # ,4-I F. Is the proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendment consistent with the Growth Management Act (GMA), RCW Ch.36.70A, and the Yakima County -wide Planning Policy (CWPP)? If so, how? Yes, this proposal is consistent with the Growth Management Act and the Yakima County -wide Planning Policy because the proposal directs urban growth to an existing urban area (within City Limits first) and encourages infill in an area where all urban level services and facilities are currently provided. The proposal reduces sprawl and is served with an adequate transportation system. This proposal also encourages economic development in the urban area and provides goods and services for the surrounding neighborhood and general Yakima Area. G. Have the cumulative impacts of all comprehensive plan amendments been considered in the evaluation of the proposed amendment? If so, how? The cumulative impacts of all comprehensive plan amendments are determined by the jurisdiction processing the proposed amendment. In this situation, the impact will result in a shift away from commercial uses to industrial uses. However, the impact should be minimal because the property under consideration is well suited for the intended use, as it provides property large enough for industrial uses and is served with all necessary infrastructures to support the requested change. Additionally, the development potential of the Boise Cascade property will more than compensate for the loss of this propertie change from commercial zoning to industrial zoning. H. For Future Land Use Map changes, please provide descriptive information regarding the property, including the status of existing land use, access to sewer and water, as well as the availability of public facilities such as schools, fire and police services. The subject property consists of open land and a small single-family residence. All urban services and facilities are available to the property, or can easily be extended to the property, as needed. RECEIVED APR 3 0 2312 PY OF YAKIMA LANNING OW. DOC. INDEX DOC. INDEX Supplemental Application For: RECEIVED ,4'v-----,.,:', REZONES YAKIMA MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 15.23 APR 3 0 012 �"'r 'f , CITY OF YAKIMA P�NNIN� Div. PART W - NARRATIVE •. I. How is the subject property suitable for uses permitted under the proposed zoning? SEE Acer!, kid-Mew arbtiz. /77uu= --'41g- 2=-SA - -Ta 4i- 17cus 44,...) -nfrs A44E• What is the status of existing land use? J. How is the rezone request in compliance with and/or how does the request deviate from the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan? K. 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 be implemented to address any short falls in public services that may exist? L. 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.? M. 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 02-11 DOC. INDEX INDEX Supplemental Application For: _,gar ` '...�J ';.' s� REZONES r � 71 .� . I. YAKIMA MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 15.23 PART Tr- APPLICATION INFORMATION. 1. EXISTING ZONING OF SUBJECT PROPERTY: ■ SR 0 R-1 • R-2 0 R-3 0 B-1 ■ B-2 1 HB ■ SCC SLCC 0 CBD ■ GC 0 AS 0 RD ■ M-1 • M-2 2. DESIRED ZONING OF SUBJECT PROPERTY: ■ SR 1 R-1 0 R-2 0 R-3 ■ B-1 0 B-2 1 HB 0 SCC ■ LCC ■ CBD • GC 1 AS ■ RD ZM-1 1 M-2 3. ZONING OF ADJOINING PROPERTY (check all that apply): DitSR ■ R-1 0 R-2 0 R-3 ■ B-1 • B-2 ■ HB ■ SCC 0LCC ■ CBD ■ GC 0 AS ■ RD MM -1 • M-2 4. EXISTING FUTURE LAND USE DESIGNATION: • Low Density Residential 0 Medium Density Residential 1 High Density Residential 1 Professional Office ❑ Neighborhood Commercial ■ Large Convenience Center ■ Arterial Commercial ■ CBD Core Commercial Regional Commercial ■ Industrial 5. PROPOSED FUTURE LAND USE DESIGNATION: D Js there a proposed change to the Future Land Use Map? R E tl ED If so what is the proposed future land use designation? APR 3 0 2012 ■ Low Density Residential 0 Medium Density Residential ■ High Density ResidentiQm( CFPNSAKIMA Office ❑ Neighborhood Commercial PLANNING DIV. ■ Large Convenience Center 0 Arterial Commercial ■ CBD Core Commercial • Regional Commercial PI Industrial 6. PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES AVAILABLE: Transportation Clit Rights -Of -Way 'Police And Fire Protection 'Parks And Trails Schools 'Sewer tif Water I ■ Storm Drainage IZElectricity 0 Natural Gas CeTelephone 'Cable TV PART III - REQUIRED ATTACHIVIENTS •' • • 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: I hereby authorize the submittal of this Rezone or Text Amendment Application to the City of Yakima for review. '� / WLl ?,,/L.._ Property Over 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 DOCRevised 02-11 INDEX RECEIVED PART III - REZONE NARRATIVE APR 3 0 2012 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. 1. 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. The property is flat and is currently served with all necessary infrastructure and public facilities. Adjoining property to the south is currently developed with Washington Fruit and Produce Company's fruit processing facility and associated storage buildings. The intent behind this rezone is for the purpose of further expanding that facility. The proposed rezone is to benefit that company and permits it to expand. The project also benefits the City of Yakima by providing a consolidated fruit processing facility, which prides jobs to the residents of the community. What is the status of the existing land use? The subject property consists of approximately 46 acres, in 9 parcels. Existing uses on the property consist of open land and a small single-family residence. All urban services and facilities are available to the property, or can easily be extended to the property, as needed. J. 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 behind the text of the plan as it deals with the Industrial definition. Specifically, as defined by the comprehensive plan, this proposal and general area meets the intent of the industrial designation because the Industrial designation is a "range of activities, including construction businesses, manufacturing, transportation, communication, utilities, and wholesale and warehouse activities, which may include some accessory office and retail use." This proposal meets that definition and is further supported by the following goals and policies: Goal 3.13 — Provide sufficient and suitable land for industrial uses to help create job opportunities and to promote economic growth. Policy 3.13.1 — Locate industries in areas where public facilities are available and have adequate transportation access. DOC. IND Policy 113.6 — New storage, warehousing, and light industrial; development shall be located in clusters with existing development. K. 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 the and around the subject property? Yes, there are adequate public facilities to serve this proposal. The property lies west of North eh Avenue. The street is hard surfaced and can easily be expanded in the future to accommodate a higher traffic count, if determined necessary. Access to the site is exceptional and can gain access to 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. 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. If any service or facility deficiency exists in the delivery of services, necessary mitigation will take place by the developer to ensure adequate public services and facilities are in place at his/her/their expense through land use concurrency requirements. L. 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 directly to the south and east are currently zoned Light Industrial and consist of manufacturing and service businesses. The north property line of this project abuts State Route 12 and beyond that the Naches River. Properties which lie west of this proposal are currently undeveloped and vacant. Based on these factors, the property owner believes that the proposed zone change is compatible with existing neighboring uses because the proposed use, eventual expansion of fruit processing facility is consistent with surrounding uses. RECEIVED APR 302012 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNINOC. INDfX 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 the rezone request. However, appropriate mitigation is built into the zoning code through regular site plan approval, which would be required as part of any expansion to this business. M. What is the public need for the proposed change? The public need arises from the fact that expansion within some clusters of existing zoning districts does not exist. The clusters cannot expand without a necessary change to the comprehensive plan and rezone of the property. The lack of clusters large enough for expansion has resulted in some businesses having to relocate or construct outside the City Limits of Yakima. In this instance, the proposed rezone will provide an area for this business to expand without having to leave its current facility. The public expects successful businesses to expand and remain in Yakima. This rezone meets that public need and perspective. RECEIVED APR 302012 CITY OF YAKIfl9A PLANNING DIV. DOC INDEX 1_► I Department of Commur -Ind Economic Development Office of Code Adminis Jri Receipt Number: CR -12-083260 129 North Second Street, 2nd Floor Yakima, Washington 98901 Receipt Date: 04i30/2012 ,CaShiert EHAZEN Payer/Payee Name: WAS'HINGTON-FRUIT'&,PkoDUCE INC Applidatiortit Tito! ' Fee:Description DriginaVFee. A•r_nduiriti :Arapuht, •Paid Fee BalenCe CPA#002-12 1820 N 6TH AVE SEPA#014-12 1820 N 6TH AVE RZ#002-12 1820 N 6TH AVE I 18131231005 18131231005 18131231005 Comprehensive Plan Amendment SEPA Environmental Review Rezone $500.00 $265.00 $1,020.00 Total Paid: Tendered Amt: Change Due: Payment Method Retererice: Niimber Tendered AtriOtirt CHECK 043753 Total: $ 1,785.00 $1,785.00 $500.00 $265.00 $1,020.00 $1,785.00 $1,785.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 PteV1944-; PaYMent fliStPtY. _ y Receipt # Receipt Date Fee Description Ao, iisaitOaid; POO! RECEIVED APR 3 0 2012 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. DOC. INDEX 2012 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENTS Yakima City Council Public Hearing CHAPTER B DONNA LOCKHART & GARY ROOKSTOOL CPA#003-12, RZ#003-12, SEPA#015-12 EXH iIBIT DO a NT DATE B-1 Land Use Application submitted for Comp Plan Amendment, Rezone, and SEPA Review with Narratives 04/30/2012 B-2 Environmental Checklist 04/30/2012 B-3 Maps: Future Land Use, Vicinity, Mailing, Aerial, Zoning, and Atlas 04/30/2012 B -3a Comment Letter from Gwen Clear, Dept of Ecology 06/18/2012 B-4 DST Review - Request for Comments and DST Distribution List B -4a: Comments received from Joe Rosenlund, Streets & Traffic Operations Manager B -4b: Acknowledgement Letter received from Dept. of Commerce 06/20/2012 B-5 Notice of Application, Environmental Review, and YPC Public Hearing B-Sa: Postcard Notice B -5b: Parties and Agencies Notified B -5c: Affidavit of Mailing 06/05/2012 B-6 E-mail Comment received from Barbara Sirrs-Amidon & Aileen Sirrs 06/09/2012 B-7 Petition in Opposition of Proposal submitted by Thomas E. Brown 06/14/2012 B-8 Land Use Action Installation Certificate 07/03/2012 B-9 Notice of Decision of Final Determination of Non Significance B -9a: Parties and Agencies Notified B -9b: Affidavit of Mailing 07/13/2012 B-10 Legal Notice of YPC Public Hearing Published in Yakima Herald -Republic 07/13/2012 B-11 Yakima Planning Commission Agenda & Distribution List 08/08/2012 B-12 Staff Report 08/08/2012 CITY OF YAKIMA DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 2012 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENTS Amendment Request Submitted by: Donna Lockhart and Gary Rookstool For Changes to the Future Land Use and Zoning Maps of the City of Yakima Combined Staff Report CPA#003-12, RZ#003-12, & SEPA#015-12 Staff Contact: Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner 575-6042 SUMMARY OF RECOMMENDATIONS Staff recommends to the Yakima City Planning Commission that this Comprehensive Plan map amendment and rezone request be denied. SUMMARY OF REQUEST APPLICANT: Donna Lockhart and Gary Rookstool LOCATION: 1021 S 31St Avenue, Yakima, WA PARCEL NOS: 181326-23491 The applicants are requesting to change the future land use designation to Neighborhood Commercial and Rezone to B-2, Local Business. CURRENT ZONING AND LAND USE The project site currently has a Low Density Residential Future Land Use Map designation and is zoned R-1, Single-family Residential. The property is currently being used residentially. Adjacent properties have the following characteristics: Location Zoning Comprehensive Plan Land Use North R-1 Low Density Residential Residential South B-2 Local Business Bank East R-1 Low Density Residential Residential West R-1 Low Density Residential Residential APPLICATION BACKGROUND The subject property consists of an approximately 7,200 square foot lot located at the northeast corner of the °'intersection of S 31st Avenue and Nob Hill Boulevard and is DOC. *AMEX 1 accessible from either street. It is surrounded on three sides by existing single family homes on R-1 zoned lots. Across Nob Hill Boulevard to the south is Banner Bank which is zoned B-2. Feature wise there is a single-family home with a detached garage. This garage was converted, without the benefit of any permits, into a clothing store by a previous owner who ran a business from the site until that use was abated in 2008. All necessary public utilities are available at this location. Public facilities provided include City of Yakima police, fire protection and public transit. COMMENTS RECEIVED Department of Ecology Based upon the historical agricultural use of this land, there is a possibility the soil contains residual concentrations of pesticides. Ecology recommends that the soils be sampled and analyzed for lead and arsenic and for organochlorine pesticides. If these contaminates are found at concentration above the MTCA clean-up levels Ecology recommends that potential buyers be notified of their occurrence. Streets & Traffic Operations Manager - Joe Rosenlund I have no problem with the rezone. Access off of Nob Hill Blvd. will be a problem if there is inadequate space for vehicles to maneuver on-site. I will not approve any plan that requires vehicles to back out onto Nob Hill Boulevard or forces vehicles to infringe on the sidewalk. Public Comments Two letters and a petition signed by 13 adjacent property owners were submitted in opposition to this requested change. At issue was continuing commercial encroachment into their residential area and concerns about increased commercial traffic generated by a change in use. ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW A SEPA checklist was submitted for comment on June 5, 2012 for this non -project related application. The only environmental comments received were those previously mentioned from the Department of Ecology and The City of Yakima's Traffic Engineer. On July 13, 2012 a Determination of Nonsignificance was issued on this proposal and this determination was subject to appeal until July 27th. No appeal of the DNS decision was received. Any subsequent project specific development proposals at this site may be subject to additional environmental review. PUBLIC NOTICE Mailing of Notice of Application Posting of property Public Hearing Notice Published 2 June 5, 2012 July 3, 2012 July 13, 2010 'DO`'. INDEX COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT APPROVAL CRITERIA In accordance with the provisions of the Yakima Municipal Code, the following criteria must be considered in the review of any proposed amendment to the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan. 16.10.040 (1): To alter the Future Land Use Map or other plan policy map, or effect a Comprehensive Plan text amendment, the proposed amendment must do one or more of the following: (a) Address circumstances that have changed since the last time the relevant Comprehensive Plan or text was considered: Traffic has continued to increase along Nob Hill Boulevard. In addition there have been other, comp plan amendments and rezones from residential to commercial approved nearby. However in every case these other rezoned properties were contiguous with adjacent commercial zoning and were all unopposed. (b) Better implement applicable Comprehensive Plan policies than the current relevant Comprehensive Plan map or text; At times the goals and policies of the Comprehensive Plan come into conflict. This application provides a case in point given that the Plan's Goal 3.3: Preserve existing neighborhoods can conflict with Goal 3.10: Provide wide variety of commercial retail land services that are heavily dependent on convenient vehicle access and serve sections of the urban area along major travel routes. When confronted with these conflicting values, both of which are supported by different sections of the Comprehensive Plan, the City's customary response has been to support the proposition that best fosters compatibility as is determined by the written comments we receive in response to our postings and notices. (c) Correct an obvious mapping error; There is no evidence of an obvious mapping error in this instance (d) Address an identified deficiency in the Comprehensive Plan; There is no evidence of a deficiency in the Comprehensive Plan in this instance because the plan ;does provide many opportunities for commercial activities. Just because a particular site is not zoned to allow for commercial activity it doesn't automatically follow that there's a deficiency in the Comprehensive Plan. If this DOC. INDEX 3 were to be the case then the protections afforded to the City's residential property owners would be greatly diminished. (e) Is the proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendment coordinated with, and take into consideration, the comprehensive plans adopted by Yakima County or cities with which the City of Yakima has, in part, common borders or related regional issues as may be required by RCW 36.70A.100? All future land use map amendments and rezone proposals are coordinated with, the Comprehensive Plans of Yakima County and the City of Union Gap for consistency between the jurisdictions. (f) Proposed Comprehensive Plan amendments must be consistent with the Growth Management Act (GMA), Ch. 36.70A RCW, and the Yakima County Wide Planning Policy (CWPP). This proposal is consistent with the Growth Management Act and the Yakima County wide Planning Policy because the proposal directs commercial urban growth to within an existing urban area and encourages infill of an area where all urban level services and facilities may be provided. (g) Cumulative impacts of all Comprehensive Plan amendments, including those approved since the original adoption of the Comprehensive Plan, shall be considered in the evaluation of any proposed amendments. This request involves but a single parcel of approximately 7,200 square feet in area consequently the cumulative impact of this proposal should it be approved would be minimal. (h) For Future Land Use Map changes, please provide descriptive information regarding the property, including the status of existing land use, access to sewer and water, as well as the availability of public facilities such as schools, fire and police services. The property contains a single-family residence and large shop/garage. The property has direct access to West Nob Hill Boulevard and South 31St Avenue. The property is approximately 50 percent impervious with asphalt and concrete along the south and east areas. The north and west areas of the property are generally residentially landscaped. The property is served with all necessary utilities and public facilities. CONCLUSIONS o The amendment is minor in nature. o There are traffic issues concerning ingress, egress and on-site circulation which would be intensified with a change from residential to commercial use. 4 DOC. INDEX #,e:3- o A Determination of Nonsignificance (DNS) was issued for this proposal on July 13, 2012 and the 14 -day appeal period ended on July 27, 2012. No appeal was received. o 15 adjacent property owners registered their objections to this requested change. REZONE APPROVAL CRITERIA In accordance with the provisions of Yakima Municipal Code Section 15.23.030, recommendations to approve or deny proposed rezones shall include the following considerations: 1) Testimony at public hearing. A Notice of Application was mailed to all property owners within 300 feet of the subject properties on June 5, 2012 wherein they were invited to submit written and/or provide oral comments on this proposed amendment. After consideration of any public comments received during the course of the hearing it may be appropriate for the Planning Commission to modify the staffs recommendation. 2) The suitability of property in question for uses permitted under the proposed zoning. Although the property is located along a very busy arterial street it is nonetheless surrounded on three sides by single-family homes and R-1 zoning. The only commercial zoning is to be found on the south side of Nob Hill Boulevard and is therefore not considered to be contiguous to this site. Given the amount of neighborhood opposition evidenced by the letters and petition thus far received the suitability of this property for compatible commercial use is not evident. 3) The recommendations from interested agencies and departments. No agencies or departments have registered any opposition to this rezone. 4) Compliance with the Comprehensive Plan. Compliance in this case is dependent upon first approving the requested change in the properties future land use map designation from low density residential to neighborhood commercial. Given that there is conflict between different land use goals and policies of Comprehensive Plan until the issue of compatibility can be resolved it remain's to be seen if this request can be considered in compliance. 5) The adequacy of public facilities, such as roads, sewer, water, and other required public services. There are adequate public facilities and services necessary to serve this proposal. 5 DOC. INDEX # 31a- 6) The compatibility of the proposed zone change and associated uses with neighboring land uses. Given the amount of opposition generated by this application this change is not compatible with neighboring land uses. 7) The Public need for the proposed change. Neither public need nor a change in circumstances warrant this proposed rezoning given the amount of opposition it has generated. CONCLUSIONS 1. The amendment is minor in nature. 2. The property is currently served by all necessary public utilities capable of supporting commercial land uses. 3. There is a significant amount of opposition to this proposed change received from property owners adjacent to this site. 4. The relatively small size of the site and its current structure configuration is not conducive to the ingress and egress of commercial traffic. RECOMMENDATION The Department of Community and Economic Development recommends denial of this amendment request from Low Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial to accommodate a concurrent rezone from R-1, Single-family Residential to B-2, Local Business. DOC. INDEX 6 1 DEPARTMEN 1' OF COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Planning Division 129 North 2nd Street, 2nd Floor Yakima, Washington 98901 (509) 575-6183 • Fax (509) 575-6105 www.buildingyakima.com • www.yakimawa.goviservices/planning City of Yakima Planning Commission PUBLIC HEARING City Hall Council Chambers Wednesday August 8, 2012 3:30 - 5:00 p.m. YPC Members: Chairman Ben Shoval, Co -Chair Bill Cook, Ron Anderson, Al Rose, Scott Clark, Dave Fonfara, Betty Carley City Planning Staff: Joan Davenport, Planning Manager; Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner; Jeff Peters and Joseph Calhoun, Associate Planners; Chris Wilson, Assistant Planner; and Rosalinda Ibarra, Planning Technician Agenda I. Call to Order II. Audience Participation III. Public Hearings: 2012 Comprehensive Plan Amendments A. Donna Lockhart & Gary Rookstool - CPA#003-12 B. Washington Fruit & Produce Company - CPA#002-12 C. West Valley Nursing Homes - CPA#004-12 D. Yakima Venture Capital LLC - CPA#005-12 E. Apple Land Investments/Wayne Clasen - CPA#006-12 IV. Other Business V. Adjourn to August 22, 2012 DOC. INDEX #_B- l �.. YPC Packe► :stribution List- Lockhart-Rookstoo. £'PA003-12 Scott Clark 2112 West Nob Hill Blvd Yakima, WA 98902 Dave Fonfara 8708 Cameo Court Yakima, WA 98903 Benjamin W. Shoval 123 East Yakima Avenue, Ste#210 Yakima, WA 98901 Alfred A. Rose 1006 Westbrook Place Yakima, WA 98908 Betty L. Carley 416 North 23r Avenue Yakima, WA 98902 William Cook 7701 Graystone Court Yakima, WA 98908 Ron Anderson 1112 South 20th Avenue Yakima, WA 98902 Bill Hordan Planning ServicesLockhart 410 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 Returned Mail 1021 South 31M venue "akima, W AQ902 Gary Rookstool 4209 Thorp Road Moxee, WA 98936 Thomas Brown 1019 S 31st Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Yvonne Allen 1018 S 31st Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Marcus Sirrs 1016 S 31st Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Wendy Warren 1014 S 31st Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Will Savage 1012 S 31st Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Mike Scheid 1009 S 31st Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Alice Kelley 1005 S 31st Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Norma Smoke 1001 S 31st Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Javier Lopez 3102 Bonnie Doon Yakima, WA 98902 Daisy Velasco 1006 S 31st Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Butch Burns 1015 S 31st Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Steve & Lorraine Ford 1010 S 31st Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Mike Gordy 1007 S 31st Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Type of Notice: \I PC Pac uk a 0 Y Ary. na-a- �,�. File Number: aptn 4 co 3-1c�- Roger Guzman 3005 W Nob Hill Blvd Yakima, WA 98902 DOC. Date of Mailing: 0 d /01 1 1 .D-- INDEX #L�� a A daily part of your life -Ad Proof- Pi.BLIC yaklma-herald.com This is the proof of your ad scheduled to run on the dates indicated below. PIease proof read notice carefully to check spelling and run dates, if you need to make changes Date: Account #: Company Name: Contact: Address: Telephone: 07/10/12 110358 CITY OFYAKIMA/YAKIMA PLANNING ROSALINDA IBARRA DEPT OF COMM/ECON DEVELOPEMENT 129 N 2ND STREET YAKIMA, WA 989012720 (509) 575-6164 Account Rep: Phone # Email: Ad ID: Start: Stop: Total Cost: Agate Lines: # of Inserts: Ad Class: Simon Sizer (509) 577-7740 ssizer@yakimaherald.com 213306 07/13/12 07/13/12 $147.62 154 1 6021 Run Dates: Yakima Herald -Republic 07/13/12 DOC. INDEX # -10 Notice of Open Record Public Hearings. The following applications have been submitted for consideration during the City of Yakima's 2012 Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map Amendment and Rezone process. Applicant: Washington Fruit and Produce Co. Project Location: Vicinity of the 1500 block of N 6th Avenue Request: CPMA = Nine parcels from Regional Commercial to Industrial. RZ = Nine parcels from LCC, Large Convenience Center to M-1 Light Industrial. Parcel Nos. 181312-31005, 31007, 34400, 34401, 34402, 34403, 34404, 34405, and 34406 File Numbers: CPA#002-12, RZ#002-12, SEPA#014- 12. Applicant: Donna Lockhart and Gary Rookstool Project Location: 1021 S 31st Avenue. Request: CPMA = One parcel from Low -Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial. RZ = One parcel from R-1, Single -Family Residential to B-2, Local Business Parcel No. 181326-23491 File Numbers: CPA #003- 12, RZ #003-12 & SEPA #015-12. Applicant: West Valley Nursing Homes, Inc. Project Location: Vicinity of the 300 block of N 40th Avenue. Request: CPMA = Three parcels from Medium Density Residential to High Density Residential. RZ = Three parcels from R-2, Two-family Residential to R-3, Multi -family Resi- dential. Parcel Nos. 181322-13025, 13071, and 13073 File Numbers,: CPA#004-12, RZ#004-12, SEPA#016- 12. Applicant: Yakima Venture Capital, LLC Project Location: 714 S 6th Street Request: CPMA = One parcel from Low Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial. RZ = One parcel from R-1, Single -Family Residential to B-2, Local Business Parcel No. 191319- 43507 File Numbers: CPA#005-12, RZ#005-12, SEPA#017-12. Applicant: Wayne Clasen and Apple Land Investments, LLC Project Location: Vicinity of the 8400 block of Occidental Road. Request: CPMA = Five parcels from Low Density Residential to High Density Residential. RZ = Five parcels from R-1, Sin- gle -Family Residential to R-3, Multi -Family Residen- tial. Parcel Nos. 181206-21001, 21005, 21007, 21401, and 21402 File Numbers: CPA#006-12, RZ#006-12, SEPA#018-12''. The public hearings before the Yakima City Planning, Commission for these 2012 Compre- hensive Plan Future Land Use Map amendments and rezones have been scheduled for Wednesday, August 8, 2012 beginning at 3:30pm in Council Chambers, City Hall, 129 N. 2nd Street, Yakima, WA. Any person desiring to express their views on these applications is invited to attend the public hearings or to submit their written comments to: City of Yakima Planning Division, 2nd Floor City Hall, 129 N. 2nd Street, Yakima, Wash- ington. If you have any questions on these proposals please contact Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner at (509) 575-6042 or e-mail at bbenson@ci.yakima. wa.us (213306) July 13, 2012 DOC. INDEX Courtesy of Yakima Herald -Republic AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING STATE OF WASHINGTON CITY OF YAKIMA RE: SEPA#015-12 Donna Lockhart / Gary Rookstool 1021 South 31st Avenue I, Rosalinda Ibarra, as an employee of the Yakima City 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, listed SEPA agencies, and all interested parties of record. That said property owners are individually listed on the mailing list retained by the Planning Division, and that said notices were mailed by me on the 13th day of July, 2012. That I mailed said notices in the manner herein set forth and that all of the statements made herein are just and true. Rosalinda Ibarra Planning Technician DOC. INDEX #13-C110 Parties of Record - Rookstool-Lockhart - CPA#003-12, RZ#003-12, SEPA#015-12 Form List Bill Hordan Planning Services 410 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 Barbara Sirrs-Amidon and Aileen Sirrs babz812@msn.com Donna Loc: ° : rt 1021 S 315` Avef'�ie Ya, a, WA 98902 Gary Rookstool 4209 Thorp Road Moxee, WA 98936 **See additional parties of record on attached List** In -House Distribution E-mail List Name Division E-mail Address Dan Ford Engineering dfordAci.yakima.wa.us Sandy Cox Code Administration scox@ci.yakima.wa.us Jeff Cutter Legal Dept jcutter@ci.yakima.wa.us Archie Matthews ONDS amatthew@ci.yakima.wa.us Brandon Dorenbush Fire Dept bdorenbuc ci.yakima.wa.us Jerry Robertson Code Administration iroberts@ci.yakima.wa.us Royale Schneider Code Administration rschneideci.yakima.wa.us Mike Shane Water/Irrigation mshane@ci.yalcima.wa.us Nathan Thompson Code Administration nthompso@ci.yakima.wa.us Kevin Futrell Transit Division kfutrell@ci.yakima.wa.us Dave Brown Water Division dbrown a,ci.yakima.wa.us Carolyn Belles Wastewater Division cbelles(ci.yakima.wa.us For the Record/File Binder Copy Type of Notice: File Number: Date of Mailing: final (1N5 DOC. INDEX0. Parties of Record - Rookstool-Lockhart - CPA#003-12 Company/Organization LatName :. .. :. FirstName • Address CityState ZpCode ' On .Labels Brown Thomas 1019 S 31st Ave Yakima WA 98902 Allen Yvonne 1018 S 31st Ave Yakima WA 98902 Sirrs Marcus 1016 S 31st Ave Yakima WA 98902 Warren Wendy 1014 S 315t Ave Yakima WA 98902 Savage Will 1012 S 31st Ave Yakima WA 98902 Scheid Mike 1009 S 31St Ave Yakima WA 98902 Kelley Alice 1005 S 31St Ave Yakima WA 98902 Smoke Norma 1001 S 31st Ave Yakima WA 98902 Lopez Javier 3102 Bonnie Doon Yakima WA 98902 Velasco Daisy 1006 S 31st Ave Yakima WA 98902 Burns Butch 1013 S 31st Ave Yakima WA 98902 Ford Steve & Lorraine 1010 S 315t Ave Yakima WA 98902 Gordy Mike 1007 S 31St Ave Yakima WA 98902 Guzman Roger 3005 W Nob Hill Blvd Yakima WA 98902 Page 1 of 1 Updated on July 12, 2012 SEPA RE ;WING AGENCIES _updated 03.01 i - Form List Page 1 of 2 Ahtanum Irrigation District Executive Assistant, Beth Ann Brulotte bethb@ahtanum.net Cascade Natural Gas Field Facilitator, Jim Robinson Jim.robinson@cngc.com Department of Commerce Growth Management Services reviewteam@commerce.wa.gov Department of Ecology SEPA Policy Lead, Annie Szvetecz sepaunit@ecy.wa.gov Department of Natural Resources Assistant Land Manager, Linda Hazlett Linda.hazlett(a,dnr.wa.gov Department of Social & Health Services Andrew Jenkins andrew.jenkinsedshs.wa.gov Jeanne Rodriguez Jeanne.rodriguez(dshs.wa.gov Dept of Archaeology & Historic Preservation Local Government Archaeologist, Gretchen Kaehler Gretchen.Kaehler(a?,dahp.wa.gov Dept of Archaeology & Historic Preservation Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer, Greg Griffith Greg.griffitha,dahp.wa.gov Engineering Division City Engineer, Doug Mayo dmayo@ci.yakima.wa.us Nob Hill Water Association Engineering Technician, Jenna Leaverton jenna@nobhillwater.org Office of Rural and Farm Worker Housing Marty Miller Martym2@orfh.org U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Regulatory Branch Project Manager, Karen Urelius Karen.M.Urelius(a7usace.anny.mil Wastewater Division Wastewater Manager, Scott Schafer sschafere,,ci.yakima.wa.us West Valley School District Asst. Supt. Of Business & Operations, Angela Watts wattsa@wvsd208.org WSDOT Planning Engineer, Paul Gonseth gonsetp(a,wsdot.gov WSDOT Development Services, Rick Holmstrom holmstr@wsdot.wa.gov Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Superintendent, Bud Robbins Bud.robbins(abia.gov Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Deputy Superintendent for Trust Services, Steve Wangemann Steve.wangemann@bia.gov Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Environmental Coordinator, Rocco Clark Rocco.clark@bia.gov Yakama Nation Environmental Management Program Environmental Review Coordinator, Kristina Proszek envirorevieweyakama.com Yakama-Klickitat Fisheries Project John Marvin jmarvin@yakama.com Yakima Air Terminal Airport Asst Manager, Carl Remmel Carl.remmel@yakimaairterminal.com Yakima County Commissioners Commissioners.web@co.yakima.wa.us Yakima County Public Services Planning Director, Steven Erickson Steven.Erickson@co.yakima.wa.us Yakima County Public Services Public Services Director, Vern Redifer Vern.redifer@co.yakima.wa.us Yakima Greenway Foundation Executive Director, Al Brown al@yakimagreenway.org DOC. Yakima Health District Director of Environmental Health, Gordon Kelly gordon.kelly@co.yakima.wa.us INDEX Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency Engineering & Planning Supervisor, Hasan Tahat hasannvrcaa.org # Yakima Valley Museum Director, John A. Baule iohn@vakimavallevmuseum.org Yakima Valley Conference o Governments, Planner Shawn Conrad conrads@yvcog.org t..namoer of Lommerce 10 North 9th Street 1 city of Union (lap P.O. Box 3008 Department of Agriculture Kelly McLain Yakima, WA 98901 Union Gap, WA 98903 P.O. Box 42560 Olympia, WA 98504 Department of Ecology Gwen Clear 15 West Yakima Ave, Ste# 200 Yakima, WA 98902 Department of Fish & Wildlife Mark Teske 201 North Pearl Ellensburg, WA 98926 Department of Fisheries Eric Bartrand 1701 South 24th Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Environmental Protection Agency 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 Airport Planner Cayla Morgan 1601 Lind Ave SW Renton, WA 98055-4056 Pacific Power Mike Paulson 500 North Keys Rd Yakima, WA 98901 Q -West Tom McAvoy 8 South 2nd Ave, Rm#304 Yakima, WA 98902 Soil Conservation District Ray Wondercheck 1606 Perry Street, Ste. F Yakima, WA 98902 WA State Attorney General's Office 1433 Lakeside Court, Ste# 102 Yakima, WA 98902 WA State Dept of Health, Office of Drinking Water Christine Collins 16201 E Indiana Ave, Ste# 1500 Spokane Valley, WA 99216 WA State Emergency Mgmt Division Mitigation, Analysis, & Planning Manager Chuck Hagerhjelm Building 20 Camp Murray, WA 98430-5122 WSDOT, Aviation Division John Shambaugh 18204 59th Drive NE, Ste. B Arlington, WA 98223 Yakama Indian Nation Cultural Resources Program Johnson Meninick P.O. Box 151 Toppenish, WA 98948 Yakama Indian Nation Yakima Tribal Council Ruth Jim P.O. Box 151 Toppenish, WA 98948 Yakima School District Superintendent Elaine Beraza 104 North 4th Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Page 2 of 2 Type of Notice: File Number: Date of Mailing: final LNIS SEPA*-ols-)' Dili 310- DOC. SIi310-- DOC. INDEX Ibarra, Rosalinda From: lbarra, Rosalinda Sent: Friday, July 13, 2012 9:39 AM To: Ahtanum Irrigation District - Beth Ann Brulotte; Cascade Natural Gas - Jim Robinson; Department of Commerce (CTED) - Review Team; Department of Ecology - SEPA Unit; Department of Natural Resources - Linda Hazlett; Department of Social & Health Services - Andrew Jenkins; Department of Social & Health Services - Jeanne Rodriguez; Dept Archaeology & Historic Preservation - Greg Griffith; Dept Archaeology & Historic Preservation - Gretchen Kaehler; lbarra, Rosalinda; Mayo, Doug; Nob Hill Water Association - Jenna Leaverton; Office of Rural & Farmworker Housing - Marty Miller; US Army Corps of Engineers - Karen M. Urelius; Wastewater Division - Scott Schafer; West Valley School District - Angela Watts; WSDOT - Paul Gonseth; WSDOT - Rick Holmstrom; Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs - Bud Robbins; Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs - Rocco Clark; Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs - Steve Wangemann; Yakama Nation Environmental Mgmt Program - Kristina Proszek; Yakama-Klickitat Fisheries - John Marvin; Yakima Air Terminal - Aiport Manager, Yakima County Commissioners; Yakima County Planning Director - Steven Erickson; Yakima County Public Services Director, Vern Redifer, Yakima Greenway Foundation - Al Brown; Yakima Health District - Gordon Kelly; Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency - Hasan Tahat; Yakima Valley Conference of Governments - Shawn Conrad; Yakima Valley Museum - John A. Baule Cc: Alfred A. Rose (silvrfx40@bmi.net); Benjamin W. Shoval (ben.shoval@shoval.com); Betty Carley; Bill Cook; Dave Fonfara; Ensey, Rick; Kunkler, Mark; Ron Anderson (rondedicatedrealty@hotmail.com); Scott Clark (scott.clark@charter.net); William Cook (cook.w@charter. net) Subject: NOTICE OF FINAL DNS - 2012 Comp Plan Amendments Attachments: FINAL DNS - WA Fruit - CPA002-12.pdf; FINAL DNS - Lockhart- Rookstool - CPA003-12.pdf; FINAL DNS - West Valley Homes Inc- CPA004-12.pdf; FINAL DNS - Yakima Venture - CPA005-12.pdf; FINAL DNS - Apple Land - CPA006-12.pdf Rpsatrnda 16arra planning Technician ribarra@ci.vakima.wa.us City of Yakima 129 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 p: (509) 575-6183 f: (509) 575-6105 1 DOC. INDEX _/3'010. Ibarra, Rosalinda From: lbarra, Rosalinda Sent: Friday, July 13, 2012 9:41 AM To: Bonds, Randy; Brown, Michael; Daily Sun News - Bob Story; El Sol de Yakima - Joseph Trevino; lbarra, Rosalinda; KAPP TV - David Mance; KAPP TV News; KBBO-KRSE Radio - manager; KCJT TV News; KDNA - Gabriel Martinez; KDNA Radio; KEPR TV News; KIMA TV - Jim Niedelman; KIMA TV News; KIT/KATS/DMVW/KFFM - Lance Tormey; KNDO TV - Julie Stern; KNDO TV News; KUNS-TV Univision; KVEW TV News; Lozano, Bonnie; NWCN News; NWPR - Anna King; Tu Decides - Albert Torres; UNIVISION TV - Marta Isabel Sanchez; VIVA - Fernando Aceves; Yakima Herald Republic - Adriana Janovich; Yakima Herald Republic - Chris Bristol; Yakima Herald Republic - Craig Troianello; Yakima Herald Republic - Erin Snelgrove; Yakima Herald Republic - Mai Hoang; Yakima Herald Republic - Mark Morey; Yakima Herald Republic - Scott Mayes, Yakima Herald Republic Newspaper; Yakima Valley Business Joumal; Yakima Valley Business Times; Yakima Valley Business Times - George Finch; YPAC - Randy Beehler Subject: 07-13-2012 Press Release: 2012 Comp Plan Amendments YPC Public Hearing Notice Attachments: 2012 CPA Hearing Notices- Press Release.DOC Rpsafxnda 16anra Planning Technician nbarra@civakima.wa.us City of Yakuna 129 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 p: (509) 575-6183 f: (509) 575-6105 1 DOC. INDEX #,5:-.3.E... Ibarra, Rosalinda From: Ibarra, Rosalinda Sent: Friday, July 13, 2012 10:08 AM To: 'babz812@msn.com' Subject: NOTICE OF FINAL DNS - Donna Lockhart/Gary Rookstool - SEPA#015-12 (CPA#003-12, RZ#003-12) Attachments: FINAL DNS - Lockhart- Rookstool - CPA003-12.pdf Rpsa&rnffa Ibarra Planning Technician nbana@ci.vakima.wa.us City of Yakima 129 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 p: (509) 575-6183 f: (509) 575-6105 1 DOC. INDEX NOTICE OF FINAL DECISION & HEARING Compliance with the Washington State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) July 13, 2012 On June 5, 2012, the City of Yakima, Washington issued a Notice of Application and Environmental Review regarding an Environmental Checklist application submitted by Donna Lockhart and Gary Rookstool. The submitted checklist concerns the environmental review of the applicant's Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map Amendment and concurrent rezone. Location: 1021 S 316` Avenue, Yakima, WA Parcel Numbers: 181326-23491 City File Numbers: CPA#003-12, RZ#003-12, SEPA#015-12 Following the required 20 -day public comment period, and consideration of all comments received, the City of Yakima has issued the enclosed SEPA Threshold Decision. This decision may be appealed within 14 days from the date of mailing. Appeals must be in writing and on forms available from the City of Yakima Planning Division, 129 North 2nd Street, Yakima, Washington. The fee of $580.00 must accompany the Appeal Application. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The public hearing before the City of Yakima Planning Commission has been scheduled for August 8, 2012 beginning at 3:30 pm in the City Council Chamber at City Hall. All interested parties are encouraged to attend so that they might address the Planning Commission on this matter. Comments may also be submitted in writing to the City of Yakima Planning Division, 129 North 2nd Street, Yakima, Washington. For further information or assistance, you may contact Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner at (509)575-6042 at the City Planning Division. Jo .:R'Davenport Acting Director Community & Economic Development Notice of Decision Mailing Date: July 13, 2012 Enclosures: SEPA Determination, & Mailing Map DOC. INDEX WASHINGTON STATE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT FINAL DETERMINATION OF NONSIGNIFICANCE CITY OF YAKIMA, WASHINGTON July 13, 2012 PROPOSAL: Amend the Future Land Use Map designation for one parcel from Medium Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial and Rezone from R-1, Single-family Residential to B-2, Local Business. PROPONENT: Donna Lockhart and Gary Rookstool LOCATION: 1021 S 31st Avenue, Yakima, WA LEAD AGENCY: City of Yakima FILE NUMBER: SEPA #015-12 DETERMINATION: The lead agency for this proposal has determined that it will 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. The information is available to the public upon request at the City of Yakima Planning Division. This Final DNS is issued under WAC 197-11-355. There is no further comment period for this DNS. CONTACT PERSON: Contact Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner, CaII (509) 575- 6042 for more information. SEPA RESPONSIBLE OFFICIAL: Joan Davenport POSITION / TITLE: Acting Director Community & Economic Development TELEPHONE: 509 / 575-6183 ADDRESS: 129 North 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901 DATE: July 13, 2012 Final DNS Lockhart & Rookstool SEPA#015-12 1021 S 315' Avenue DOC. iNoEv. ® You may appeal this determination to: Joan Davenport, Acting Director Community & Economic Development, at 129 N 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901. No later than: July 27, 2012 By (method) complete appeal application form and payment of $580 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. ❑There is no agency appeal. Final DNS Lockhart & Rookstool SEPA#015-12 1021 S 31St Avenue DOC. INDEX #43-q CITY OF YAKIIVIA LAND USE ACTION INSTALLATION CERTIFICATE 4 Project Number: GPA `003 –!Z Site Address: 1 D L 5. 3/ Date of Installation: -7 - 3 iL Location of Installation (Check One) Land Use Acton Sign is installed per standards described in YUAZO § 15.11.090(C). Land Use Action Sign is installed in an alternate location on the site. Note: this alternate location (if not pre -approved by the Code Administration and Planning Manager) may not be acceptable by the Code Administration and Planning Division and is subject to relocation (at the owner's expense) to a more visible site on the property. The alternative location is: -7 I hereby testify that the sign installed fully complies with the Land Use Action sign layout specifications and installation standards, and that the sign will be maintained until a decision has been rendered. Applicants Name (please print) T6t t6,410401/4-2 Applicants Si jnature ate Telephone Number of Applicant 6-0 q - 2 -,eq -0719 The required comment period will begin when the Code Administration and Planning Division have received the Land Use Action Sign Installation Certification. The date of installation certificate receipt will begin the notice period. Failure to post a Land Use Action sign and return this form in a timely manner will cause a delay in the application review. Please remit the above certification and deliver; FAX at 509-575-6105; or mail to: City of Yakima, Code Administration and Planning Division, 129 North Second Street, Yakima, WA 98901. DOC. June 14, 2012 City Council Planning Commission City of Yakima 129 North 2nd Street Yakima, Washington RE: Proposed rezone of 1021 South 31st Avenue, Yakima, Washington (RZ #003-12) Dear Commissioners and Council Members, We have been asked to evaluate the potential impacts of the rezone proposal of property located at 1021 South 31st Avenue. Important and primary purposes of zoning are to protect existing development, residential neighborhoods and to provide predictability of future land uses. This proposal serves none of these purposes. This proposal could allow not only restaurants or office buildings but could potentially allow apartment buildings, tavems, and almost any retail use (subject to Class 2 at 3 review). To provide for such use there would be pressure to expand this site by acquiring and rezoning adjacent properties. If these properties were to be rezoned it would be far more appropriate to use the most restrictive business zoning possible. However, even uses which could be established under B-1, Professional Business zoning appears to be inappropriate for this site. That there have been negative impacts on residential uses from poorly planned and designed commercial development coming after rezoning other properties along Nob Hill is hard to deny. One of the more significant potential impacts of business use at this site are the traffic impacts. The limited frontage minimizes safe and effective ingress and egress that does oa*negatively impact traffic flow and/or inappropriately introduce business traffic into an established residential neighborhood. Accessing this site from Nob Hill Boulevard could impede traffic flow and create safety hazards. To provide access along 31st Avenue will inevitably introduce business traffic into the residential neighborhood. In addition to traffic impacts there is the potential for business related noises. In general B-2 zoning should be discouraged adjacent to single family uses. It should be noted that the Future Land Use Map designates the use of this property as Medium Density Residential. Such designation was made only after significant review of land use impacts and after holding numerous public hearings. To change this designation to simply serve the interests of a single property owner is inconsistent with the goals, objectives and purposes of the Future Land Use Map. Sincerely, IOC. INDEX Petition In opposition to the proposed B-2 rezone of property located at 1021 South 31st Avenue (RZ #003-12). We the following recommend denial of the proposed B-2 rezone of property located at 1021 South 31st Avenue (RZ #003-12). Name (printed) Signature Address U'OCJa1 4 LL - /1! .4e/rte ilia._ az-,57,4-ii,e, 1 V _ WeiiI7 Arr' 1I , b /Q /! -S r I kkj;11 3cv4c/ / D) Z. S . 3) S t 4 L?41e;v0 4, 0 It�v4-.teI Slek 01t e tic ute,- it.1,-)=7 3/2-14# 'Yt (A , ' 44-4)- /a ' l Mai VP Mt itiLy VO ION Fvf S s� r rs4.-' i - 17" Y-' 3/OZ. c.2I71.e. i W t�S�NfFv: ()1U1I7_cie /-045- - O/7.C, /a Jog. 3i A --Lei &//42,' / C?P /9h, -.F--/7 3oe 4J. Avg i•i/k &t o DVC. INDEX Benson, Bruce From: Barbara Amidon <babz812@msn.com> Sent: Saturday, June 09, 2012 7:02 AM To: ' Benson, Bruce; Planning PostCard Subject: Regarding CPA#003-12 Rezone Request Dear Mr Benson, My mother (Aileen Sirrs) and I own the home at 1016 South 31st Avenue and want to voice our strong objections to this request to rezone the property at 1021 S 31st Avenue for commercial/business purposes. Even if the use request is for the small addition in the back of the home on the Nob Hill side of the home, a rezone will forever rezone the property for business purposes. Eventually the house can be torn down and a new "business" built. The change in rezone will bring more noise, more traffic to the neighborhood. Since the widening of Nob Hill Boulevard, the traffic noise is heard in our homes 24 hours... There are plenty of commercial properties available nearby. This business and our community would be better served by renting or purchasing an empty and available business space. A traffic safety impact study would also be in order, given the high traffic volume on Nob Hill Boulevard. Cars entering Nob Hill from 31st Avenue already experience difficulty due to the high traffic volume on Nob Hill Boulevard. Please also assess the noise impact this change would bring to the neighborhood, as well as the enviornmental impact, waste and water product impact as well as any other enviornmental impact. Please survey all the neighbors who receive this postcard notice. I look forward to receiving any future information regarding this Land Use rezone request. Thank you, Barbara Sirrs-Amidon and Aileen Sirrs 1 DOC. INDEX #$ AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING STATE OF WASHINGTON CITY OF YAKIMA RE: CPA#003-12, RZ#003-12, SEPA#015-12 Donna Lockhart and Gary Rookstool 1021 South 31St Avenue 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 applicant; SEPA reviewing agencies, and all property owners of record within a radius of 300 feet of subject property, that said property owners are individually listed on the mailing list retained by the Planning Division, and that said notices were mailed by me on the 5th day of June, 2012. That I mailed said notices in the manner herein set forth and that all of the statements made herein are just and true. jbLth)\Ik Rosalinda Ibarra Planning Technician DOC. INDEX #,�. 181 i2,O.)LU 1 1 BANNER BANK ACCTS PAYABLE 181325321139 '11MF INVESTMENTS INC 1 18132632004 DMF INVESTMENTS I PO BOX 907 WALLA WALLA, WA 993620265 401 W WASHINGTON AVE YAKIMA, WA 989031439 401 W WAS YA , A 989031439 18132623488 AILEEN SIRRS 3813 FOXTAIL CT SE OLYMPIA, WA 98501 18132623012 BETTY R. BAKKER 2905 W NOB HILL BLVD YAKIMA, WA 989024954 18132632008 - BRIAN K TOULOUSE 1 108 S 30TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 989024906 18132623493 BUTCH BURNS 1015 S 31 ST AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132623500 CHESTER A & AMY B STEPHENS 7503 W NOB HILL BLVD YAKIMA, WA 989081931 18132623512 FELICIANO ESCAMILLA 1008 S 30TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132623509 FLORINE GORDY 1007 S 31ST AVE YAKIMA, WA 989024017 18132623491 GARY ROOKSTOOL 1021 S 3 l ST AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132623485 HEIDI ANDERSON 1023 S 32ND AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132623510 J MICHAEL & JEAN E SCHEID 1009 S 31ST AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132632021 JEFFERY C & KRISTY L BROWN 1104 S 31 ST AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132632006 JOHN M MOORE 1401 PERRY LOOP # 2 YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132632007 JOHN M t ',/, • RE 1401 `." -4' Y LOOP # 2 Y .,' MA, WA 98902 18132623490 KRYSTAL L ACEVEDO 1020 S 31ST AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132623511 LANDI MARQUIS PO BOX 10945 YAKIMA, WA 98909 18132623486 LEOPOLDO LUA 1017 S 32ND AVE YAKIMA, WA 989024025 18132632018 LISA E CARNER PO BOX 11184 YAKIMA, WA 98909 18132623501 LORRAINE FORD 1010 S 31ST AVE YAKIMA, WA 989024018 18132623499 MARI LYNN BLANSHAN PO BOX 2384 YAKIMA, WA 989072384 18132623010 MICHAEL & TRACIE DURALL 1481 BLAINE RD ZILLAH, WA 98953 18132623011 MICHAEL J & T; s..` ,. '`: U "4"; " L 1481 B _:.',= ` '11 ZILL • , WA 98953 18132632012 OSCAR L & MARIA R GARZA 1101 S 3I ST AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132632010 PHILLIP & FRANCISCA ESPINOSA 1518 SUNCREST WAY YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132632040 ROBERT C SR & DONNA MANSFIELD 3106 W NOB HILL BLVD YAKIMA, WA 989024957 18132632014 ROBERT C SR : •` ' A MANSFIELD 3106 W NO F. L BLVD YAKIM , A 989024957 18132632015 ROBERT C SR & DO SFIELD 3106 W NOB H D YAKIM 89024957 18132623009 ROGER & LIZABETH GUZMAN 1419 S 29TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902Doc 18132632041 T. V. MANSFIELD 3106 W NOB HILL BLVD YAKIMA, WA 989024957 18132623487 TERENCE F ET AL CHAMPOUX 1014S31STAVE YAKIMA, WA 989024018 INDEX 18132623492 THOMAS E BROW1f._5_ b 1019S3ISTAVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132632013' TIMOTHY & THERESA FISHER 1103S3ISTAVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 \8132623489 tVONNE N ALLEN 1018S31STAVE YAKIMA, WA 989024018 I 35 --6 ot.001 Notal Parce s - !Donna Lockhart and Gary Rookstool - CPA#003-12, RZ#003-12, SEPA#015-12 Bill Hordan 410 N 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 Donna Lockhart Gary Rookstool 4209 Thorp Road Moxee, WA 98936 f1Arn SSC -79A, i-Eea ri hj -- 112 15/ DOC. INDEX SEPA RE '"SWING AGENCIES _updated 03.01 '- Form List Page 1 of 2 Ahtanum Irrigation District Executive Assistant, Beth Ann BruIotte bethb@ahtanum.net Cascade Natural Gas Field Facilitator, Jim Robinson Jim.robinsonna,cngc.com Department of Commerce Growth Management Services reviewteam@commerce.wa.gov Department of Ecology SEPA Policy Lead, Annie Szvetecz sepaunit@ecy.wa.gov Department of Natural Resources Assistant Land Manager, Linda Hazlett Linda,hazlett@dnr.wa.gov Department of Social & Health Services Andrew Jenkins andrew.jenkins@dshs.wa.gov Jeanne Rodriguez Jeanne.rodriguez@.dshs.wa.gov Dept of Archaeology & Historic Preservation Local Government Archaeologist, Gretchen Kaehler Gretchen.Kaehler@.dahp.wa.gov Dept of Archaeology & Historic Preservation Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer, Greg Griffith Greg.griffith@dahp.wa.gov Engineering Division City Engineer, Doug Mayo dmayo(a),ci.yakima.wa.us Nob Hill Water Association Engineering Technician, Jenna Leaverton jenna@nobhillwater.org Office of Rural and Farm Worker Housing Marty Miller Martym2@orfh.org U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Regulatory Branch Project Manager, Karen Urelius Karen.M.Urelius@usace.army.mil Wastewater Division Wastewater Manager, Scott Schafer sschafer@ci.yakima.wa.us West Valley School District Asst. Supt. Of Business & Operations, Angela Watts wattsa c(,wvsd208.org WSDOT Planning Engineer, Paul Gonseth gonsetp@wsdot.gov WSDOT Development Services, Rick Holmstrom holmstr@wsdot.wa.gov Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Superintendent, Bud Robbins Bud.robbins@bia.gov Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Deputy Superintendent for Trust Services, Steve Wangemann Steve.wangemann(abia.gov Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Environmental Coordinator, Rocco Clark bia.gov Yakama Nation Environmental Management Program Environmental Review Coordinator, Kristina ProszekRocco.clark enviroreviewevakama.com Yakama-Klickitat Fisheries Project John Marvin jmarvin@yakama.com Yakima Air Terminal Airport Asst Manager, Carl Remmel Carl.remmel@yakimaairterminal.com Yakima County Commissioners Commissioners.web()a.co.yakima.wa.us Yakima County Public Services Planning Director, Steven Erickson Steven.Erickson@co.yakima.wa.us Yakima County Public Services Public Services Director, Vern Redifer Vern.redifer@co.yakima.wa.us Yakima Greenway Foundation Executive Director, Al Broviq� al@yakimagreenway.org Yakima Health District Director of Environmental Health, Gordon Kelly gordon.kelly@co.yakima.wa.us INDEX Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency Engineering & Planning Supervisor, Hasan Tahat hasan@yrcaa.org ;1,13 .`.r Yakima Valley Conference of Governments, Planner Shawn Conrad conrads@yvcog.org Yakima Valley Museum Director, John A. Baule johns yakimavalleymuseum.org Chamber of Commerce 10 North 9th Street 1 City of Union Gap P.O. Box 3008 1 Department of Agriculture Kelly Mci.ain Yakima, WA 98901 Union Gap, WA 98903 -., - ------- P.O. Box 42560 Olympia, WA 98504 Department of Ecology Gwen Clear 15 West Yakima Ave, Ste# 200 Yakima, WA 98902 Department of Fish & Wildlife Mark Teske 201 North Pearl Ellensburg, WA 98926 Department of Fisheries Eric Bartrand 1701 South 24th Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Environmental Protection Agency 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 Airport Planner Cayla Morgan 1601 Lind Ave SW Renton, WA 98055-4056 Pacific Power Mike Paulson 500 North Keys Rd Yakima, WA 98901 Q -West Tom McAvoy 8 South 2nd Ave, Rm#304 Yakima, WA 98902 Soil Conservation District Ray Wondercheck 1606 Perry Street, Ste. F Yakima, WA 98902 WA State Attorney General's Office 1433 Lakeside Court, Ste# 102 Yakima, WA 98902 WA State Dept of Health, Office of Drinking Water Christine Collins 16201 E Indiana Ave, Ste# 1500 Spokane Valley, WA 99216 WA State Emergency Mgmt Division Mitigation, Analysis, & Planning Manager Chuck Hagerhjelm Building 20 Camp Murray, WA 98430-5122 WSDOT, Aviation Division John Shambaugh 18204 59th Drive NE, Ste. B Arlington, WA 98223 Yakama Indian Nation Cultural Resources Proms Johnson Meninick P.O. Box 151 Toppenish, WA 98948 Yakama Indian Nation Yakima Tribal Council Ruth Jim P.O. Box 151 Toppenish, WA 98948 Yakima School District Superintendent Elaine Beraza 104 North 4th Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Page 2 of 2 Type of Notice: fl f(' pE A , ! p� 1-1{fa V Vl j File Number: OP.A 400 3 -1 Date of Mailing: 1401 5—j/ c�-- DOC. INDEX #'�,;/' -5b In -House Distribution E-mail List Name Division E-mail Address Dan Ford Engineering dford@ci.yakima.wa.us Sandy Cox Code Administration scox@ci.yakima.wa.us Jeff Cutter Legal Dept icutter@ci.vakima.wa.us Archie Matthews ONDS amatthew@ci.yakima.wa.us Brandon Dorenbush Fire Dept bdorenbu@ci.yakima.wa.us Michael Morales CED Dept mmoralesna,ci.yakima.wa.us Jerry Robertson Code Administration jroberts@ci.yakima.wa.us Royale Schneider Code Administration rschneid@ci.yakima.wa.us Mike Shane Water/Irrigation mshane@ci.yakima.wa.us Nathan Thompson Code Administration nthompso@ci.yakima.wa.us Kevin Futrell Transit Division kfutrell@ci.yakima.wa.us Dave Brown Water Division dbrown@ci.yakima.wa.us Carolyn Belles Wastewater Division cbelles@ci.yakima.wa.us For the Record/File Binder Copy Type of Notice: ate Ape, srpA po File Number(s): ePA--# y 3 / Date of Mailing: ID/ DOC. INDEX Ibarra, Rosalinda From: Ibarra, Rosalinda Sent: Tuesday, June 05, 2012 2:33 PM To: Ahtanum Irrigation District - Beth Ann Brulotte; Cascade Natural Gas - Jim Robinson; Department of Commerce (CTED) - Review Team; Department of Ecology - SEPA Unit; Department of Natural Resources - Linda Hazlett; Department of Social & Health Services - Andrew Jenkins; Department of Social & Health Services - Jeanne Rodriguez; Dept Archaeology & Historic Preservation - Greg Griffith; Dept Archaeology & Historic Preservation - Gretchen Kaehler; Ibarra, Rosalinda; Mayo, Doug; Nob Hill Water Association - Jenna Leaverton; Office of Rural & Farmworker Housing - Marty Miller; US Army Corps of Engineers - Karen M. Urelius; Wastewater Division - Scott Schafer; West Valley School District - Angela Watts; WSDOT - Paul Gonseth; WSDOT - Rick Holmstrom; Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs - Bud Robbins; Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs - Rocco Clark; Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs - Steve Wangemann; Yakama Nation Environmental Mgmt Program - Kristina Proszek; Yakama-Klickitat Fisheries - John Marvin; Yakima Air Terminal - Aiport Manager; Yakima County Commissioners; Yakima County Planning Director - Steven Erickson; Yakima County Public Services Director, Vem Redifer; Yakima Greenway Foundation - Al Brown; Yakima Health District - Gordon Kelly; Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency - Hasan Tahat; Yakima Valley Conference of Govemments - Shawn Conrad; Yakima Valley Museum - John A. Baule Cc: Belles, Carolyn; Brown, Dave; Cox, Sandy; Cutter, Jeff; Denman, Glenn; Dorenbush, Brandon; Ford, Dan; Futrell, Kevin; Matthews, Archie; Morales, Michael; Robertson, Jerry; Schneider, Royale; Shane, Mike; Thompson, Nathan Subject: 2012 Comp Plan Amendments - Notice of App, SEPA, YPC Public Hearing Attachments: NTC APP SEPA HEARING - Carlson Trust - CPA001-12.pdf; NTC APP SEPA HEARING - WA Fruit Co- CPA002-12.pdf; NTC APP SEPA HEARING - Lockhart-Rookstool - CPA003-12.pdf, NTC APP SEPA HEARING - WV Nursing Homes - CPA004-12.pdf; NTC APP SEPA HEARING - Yak Venture - CPA005-12.pdf; NTC APP SEPA HEARING - Appleland-Clasen - CPA006-12.pdf Application No Project Name Site Address Project Description CPA#001-12 MELVIN G. & MAE J. CARLSON REVOCABLE TRUST NE CORNER OF 96TH AVE & TIETON DR Change the Future Land Us, parcels from Low Density F Commercial and rezone the) Residential) to B-2 (Local E CPA#002-12 WASHINGTON FRUIT & PRODUCE CO 1500 BLOCK OF N 6TH AVE Change the Future Land Us. parcels from Regional Com nine parcels from Large Col Industrial (M-1) for future e CPA#003-12 DONNA LOCKHART & GARY ROOKSTOOL 1021 S 31ST AVE Change the Future Land Us, from Medium Density Resii Commercial and rezone froi 1) to Local Business (B-2). CPA#004-12 WEST VALLEY NURSING HOMES, INC 300 BLOCK OF N 40TH AVE Change the Future Land Us. parcels from Medium Densi Residential and rezone frorr to Multi -Family Residential CPA#005-12 YAKIMA VENTURE CAPITAL LLC 714 SOUTH 6TH STREET Change the Future Land Us. from Low Density Resident and rezone from Single -Fan Business (B-2). CPA#006-12 APPLE LAND INVESTMENTS LLC / WAYNE CLASEN 8400 BLOCK OF OCCIDENTAL ROAD DOC. asinFv Change the Future Land Us. parcels from Low Density F Residential and rezone fron. to Multi -Family Residential community campus. #_5-5b ,f, City of Yakima PUBLIC: NOTICE OF ``\ �� `t Planning Department \...;•`I 129 N 2nd St LAND. USE REVIEW Yakima, WA 98901 Date of Notice of Application - 06/05/2012 Project Name: DONNA LOCKHART & GARY ROOKSTOOL �� A[}�®��®�� Location: 1021 S 3IST AVE Proposal: Change the Future Land Use map designation for one parcel from Medium Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial and rezone from Single -Family Residential (R-1) to Local Business (B-2). A land use application has been submitted near your property. This is your notice of that application. To view information on-line go to: http://www.vakimawa.gov/postcard When prompted enter CPA#003-12 in the Application ID text box. Click the Submit button to view the land use application information. More information is available from the City of Yakima Planning Division. 129 North 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901 or call (509) 575-6183. Bruce Benson/575-6042/Supervising Planner/bbenson@ci.yakima.wa.us Decisions and future notices will be sent to anyone who submits comments on this application or requests additional notice. Comments may be submitted in writing to the address above or by email to: planning@ci.yakima.wa.us - Please include the Application ID in the email subject line. Also include your name and address in the email. Written or emailed comments must be received by 5:OOpm on 06/25/2012 Public Hearing Date: 08/08/2012 Public hearings are scheduled to begin at 3:30pm in the Yakima City Council Chambers of City Hall located at: 129 North Second Street, Yakima, WA 98901 This application may include multiple land use types, including compliance with the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA). For specific information, please contact the Planning Division. Si necesita informaci6n en espafiol por favor (lame al (509)575-6183. Application Submitted: 04/30/2012 Application Complete: 05/23/2012 City of Yakima Planning Department 129 N 2nd St Yakima, WA 98901 LAND USE PUBLIC NOTICE W Nob Hill Blvd Location of Proposed Action DOC. INDEX # g.a CITY OF YAKIMA NOTICE OF APPLICATION, ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW AND PUBLIC HEARING DATE: June 5, 2012 TO: SEPA Reviewing Agencies, Applicant and Adjoining Property Owners FROM: Joan Davenport, Planning Manager SUBJECT: Notice of Application, Environmental Review, Rezone and Comprehensive Plan Map Amendment. NOTICE OF APPLICATION File Number: CPA#003-12, RZ#003-12, SEPA#015-12 Project Applicant: Bill Hordan — Hordan Planning Services Project Location: 1021 S 31st Avenue, Yakima, WA Parcel Number: 181326-23491 PROJECT DESCRIPTION The City of Yakima Department of Community & Economic Development has received an application for a Comprehensive Plan Map Amendment (CPMA), Rezone and Environmental Review of the subject property from Bill Hordan, representing property owners Donna Lockhart and Gary Rookstool. The applicant is requesting to change the subject property's Future Land Use Map designation from Medium Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial and Rezone from R-1, Single-family Residential to B-2, Local Business (see attached documents for further details). ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW This is to notify all the public and private agencies with jurisdiction and environmental expertise that the City of Yakima Division of Environmental Planning has been established as the lead agency, pursuant to the Washington State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) for the above stated project: The City of Yakima is presently inclined towards the issuance of a Determination of Non Significance (DNS) on this project utilizing the procedures set forth in WAC 197-11-355. This may be your only opportunity to comment on the environmental impacts of this proposal. The following conditions have been identified that may be used to mitigate any adverse environmental impacts: None DOC. INDEX #J5- 5 _. Required Permits: None Required Studies: None Existing Environmental Documents: None Preliminary determination of the development regulations that will be used for project mitigation and consistency: Urban Area Zoning Ordinance and Urban Area Comprehensive Plan. 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, WA. REQUEST FOR WRITTEN COMMENTS You have the right to comment on this application and to become a party of record. Agencies, tribes, and the public are encouraged to review and comment on this proposal and its probable environmental impacts. All written comments received by 5:00 pm June 25, 2012 (regarding the SEPA Review) will be considered prior to issuing the final determination on this application. Please mail your comments on this project to: Joan Davenport, Planning Manager City of Yakima, 129 N 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901. Please be sure to reference the file number (CPA#002-12, RZ#002- 12, and SEPA #014-12) or owner's name (Gary Rookstool and Donna Lockhart) in any written correspondence. NOTICE OF DECISION A copy of the SEPA threshold determination will be mailed to you after the end of the 20 -day comment period. There will be a 14 - day SEPA appeal period effective upon the date of mailing the threshold determination. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING This comprehensive plan map amendment request and rezone will require two public hearings; one open record hearing before the City of Yakima's Planning Commission to be followed by a closed record hearing before the Yakima City Council. The public hearing before the Planning Commission has been tentatively scheduled for Wednesday, August 8, 2012, beginning at 3:30 pm, in the Council Chambers, City Hall, 129 N 2nd Street, Yakima, WA. Any person desiring to express their views on this matter is invited to attend the public hearing or to submit their written comments to: City of Yakima, Planning Division, 129 N 2nd St., Yakima, WA 98901. A separate public notice will be provided for the public hearing before the Yakima City Council. If you have any question on this proposal, please call Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner at (509) 575-6042 or e-mail at bbenson©ci.yakima.wa.us Encl: Applications, Environmental Checklist, and Mailing Map DOC. INDEX STATE OF WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 401 f Plum Street SE • PO Box 42525 • Olympia, Washington 98504-2525 • (360) 725-4000 www.commerce,wa.gov June 7, 2012 Joan Davenport Planning Manager City of Yakima 129 North Second Street Yakima, Washington 98901 Dear Ms. Davenport: Thank you for sending the Washington State Department of Commerce (Commerce) the following materials as required under RCW 36.70A.106. Please keep this letter as documentation that you have met this procedural requirement. City of Yakima - Proposed 2012 Comprehensive Plan amendments, including site rezones, and changes to the Future Land Use Map designations (CPA #001-12, 002-12, 003-12, 004-12, 005-12, and 006-12). These materials were received on June 05, 2012 and processed with the Material ID # 18144. We have forwarded a copy of this notice to other state agencies. If this submitted material is an adopted amendment, then please keep this letter as documentation that you have met the procedural requirement under RCW 36.70A.106. If you have submitted this material as a draft amendment, then final adoption may occur no earlier than sixty days following the date of receipt by Commerce. Please remember to submit the final adopted amendment to Commerce within ten days of adoption. If you have any questions, please contact Growth Management Services at reviewteam@commerce.wa.gov, or call Dave Andersen (509) 434-4491 or Paul Johnson (360) 725-3048. Sincerely, Review Team Growth Management Services DOC. INDEX June 8, 2012 To: Bruce Benson Supervising Planner From: Joe Rosenlund Streets & Traffic Operations Manager Re: CPA 003-12, 1021 S 31St Ave I have no problem with the rezone. Access off of Nob Hill Blvd. will be a problem if there is inadequate space for vehicles to maneuver on-site. I will not approve any plan that requires vehicles to back out onto Nob Hill Boulevard or forces vehicles to infringe on the sidewalk. DOC. INDEX # B -I-1 4l DST Distribution List \rd Applicant: Gary Rookstool and Donna Lockhart File Number. CPA#003-12, RZ#003-12, SEPA #015-12 Date of DST Meeting. Tune 20, 2012 Assigned Planner: Bruce Benson City of Yakima Divisions and Yakima Coun x Codes Joe Caruso P.O. Box 102, Yakima, WA 98901 Codes Sandy Cox Jamie Lee Stickel Codes Jerry Robertson Committee for Downtown Yakima Codes Royale Schneider x Codes Nathan Thompson x Codes Glenn Denman x Engineering Dan Ford x Stormwater Engineer Randy Meloy x Water/Irrigation Mike Shane x Wastewater Scott Schafer x Wastewater Shelley Willson x Fire Department Brandon Dorenbush Other Agencies x Streets/Traffic Engineering Joe Rosenlund P.O. Box 102, Yakima, WA 98901 Utility Services Pete Hobbs Jamie Lee Stickel Parks and Recreation Ken Wilkinson Committee for Downtown Yakima Transit Ken Mehin x Transit Kevin Futrell x Police Department Shawn Boyle Rick Dieker/John Dickman Refuse Nancy Fortier Nob Hill Water Yakima County Public Svcs Vern Redifer Yakima County Planning Steve Erickson 1210 Ahtanum Ridge Dr, Union Gap 98903 911 Communications Wayne Wantland Gwen Clear County Flood Control District Jeff Legg No. Yakima Soil Conservation District Ray Wondercheck 1606 Perry St Ste F, Yakima 98902 pa as o Capitol Theatre Gay Parker P.O. Box 102, Yakima, WA 98901 Committee for Downtown Yakima Jamie Lee Stickel 115 North 3rd Street, Yakima 98901 Committee for Downtown Yakima James Stickel P.O. Box 9668, Yakima 98909 Committee Manager - CDY Manager P.O. Box 881, Yakima 98901 Yakima Tieton Irrigation District Rick Dieker/John Dickman 470 Camp 4 Rd. Yakima, WA 98908 Nob Hill Water Jenna Leaverton 6111 Tieton Drive, Yakima 98908 Yakima County Health District Art McKuen 1210 Ahtanum Ridge Dr, Union Gap 98903 x WA State Department of Ecology Gwen Clear 15 W Yakima Ave Ste #200, Yakima 98902 No. Yakima Soil Conservation District Ray Wondercheck 1606 Perry St Ste F, Yakima 98902 Pacific Power and Light Co. Mike Paulson 500 N. Keys Rd, Yakima 98901 Qwest Tom McAvoy 8 South 2nd Ave Rm 304, Yakima 98902 Cascade Natural Gas Co. Sheila Ross 701 South 1st Ave, Yakima 98902 Yakima School District #7 Elaine Beraza 104 North 4th Ave, Yakima 98902 West Valley School District #208 Peter Ansingh 8902 Zier Rd, Yakima 98908 Charter Communications Kevin Chilcote 1005 North 16th Ave, Yakima 98902 County Clean Air Authority Gary Pruitt 329 North 1st Street, Yakima 98901 Yakima Waste Systems Scott Robertson 2812 Terrace Heights Dr, Yakima 98901 Yakima Greenway Foundation Al Brown 111 South 18th Street, Yakima 98901 US Post Office Jeff McKee 205 West Washington Ave, Yakima 98903 Yakima Valley Canal Co. Robert Smoot 1640 Garretson Lane, Yakima 98908 Department of Wildlife 1701 South 24th Ave, Yakima 98902 Department of Natural Resources 713 Bowers Rd, Ellensburg 98926 WSDOT (Dept of Transportation) Salah Al-Tamini 2809 Rudkin Rd, Union Gap 98903 Department of Fisheries Eric Bartrand P.O. Box 9155, Yakima 98909 Yakama Indian Nation Thalia Sachtleben P.O. Box 151, Toppenish 98948 Yakima Airport Lee Rimmel 2400 West Washington Ave, Yakima 98903 Trolleys Paul Edmondson 313 North 3rd Street, Yakima 98901 City of Union Gap David Spurlock P.O. Box 3008, Union Gap 98903 WSDOT, Aviation Division John Shambaugh 18204 59th Drive NE, Ste B, Arlington WA 98223 Governor's Office of Indian Affairs PO Box 40909, Olympia, WA 98504 Ahtanum Irrigation District Beth Ann Bre. PO Box 563, Yakima, WA. 98907 Yakima-Klickitat Fisheries Project John Marvin INDEX 771 Pence Road, Yakima, WA 98909 Department of Fish & Wildlife Mark Teske _. .D 1 L 201 North Pearl, Ellensburg, WA 98926 pa as o Ibarra, Rosalinda From: lbarra, Rosalinda Sent: Thursday, May 31, 2012 1:57 PM To: Caruso, Joe; Denman, Glenn; Ford, Dan; Meloy, Randy; Shane, Mike; Schafer, Scott; Willson, Shelley; Dorenbush, Brandon; Rosenlund, Joseph; Futrell, Kevin; Boyle, Shawn Cc:'steven.erickson©co.yakima.wa.us' Subject: DST PACKETS - 2012 Comp Plan Amendments - CPA#001-12, CPA#002-12, CPA#003-12, CPA#004-12, CPA#005-12, CPA#006-12 Attachments: DST PACKET - Carlson Rev Trust - CPA001-12.pdf; DST PACKET - WA Fruit and Produce - CPA002-12.pdf; DST PACKET - Lockhart-Rookstool - CPA003-12.pdf; DST PACKET - WV Nursing Homes - CPA004-12.pdf; DST PACKET - Yakima Venture - CPA005-12.pdf; DST PACKET - AppleLand-Clasen - CPA006-12.pdf DST meeting scheduled for June 20, 2012. Please submit your comments in Paladin or e-mail them to the assigned planner no later than the meeting date. RpsaZnda I6atra Planning Technician nbaria@ci.vakima.wa.us City of Yakima 129 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 p: (509) 575-6183 f: (509) 575-6105 1 DOC. INDEX City of Yakima Development Services Team Request For Comments June 5, 2011 To: City of Yakima Development Services Team From: Bruce Benson , Supervising Planner Subject: Request for Comments Applicant: Gary Rookstool and Donna Lockhart File Number: CPA#003-12, RZ#003-12, SEPA#015-12 Location: 1021 S 31st Avenue Parcel Number(s): 181326-23491 DST MEETING DATE: 6/20/2012 Proposal Comprehensive Plan Amendment request to change Future Land Use Map designation from Medium Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial and Rezone from R-1, Single-family Residential to B-2, Local Business No project is proposed in this application. Please review the attached application and site plan and prepare any written comments you might have regarding this proposal. This project will come up for discussion at the weekly DST meeting to be held June 20, 2012 at 9:30 a.m. As always, should you have comments, but find you are unable to attend, please submit your comments prior to the meeting. My email address is bbenson@ci.yakima.wa.us and the Planning Department's fax number is (509) 575-6105. Should you have any questions, or require additional information, please call me at (509) 575-6042 Comments: Contact Person Department/Agency DOC. INDEX STATE OF WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF ECOLOGY 15 W Yakima Ave, Ste 200 • Yakima, WA 98902-3452 • (509) 575-2490 June 15, 2012 Joan Davenport Planning Manager City of Yakima 129 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 Re: CPA 003-12/RZ 003-12/SEPA 015-12 Dear Ms. Davenport: RECEIVED JUN 1 8 2012 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. Thank you for the opportunity to comment on the pre -threshold determination for the comprehensive plan amendment and rezone from R-1 to B-2, proposed by Gary Rookstool and Donna Lockhart. We have reviewed the environmental checklist and have the following comment. Toxics Clean-up Based upon the historical agricultural use of this land, there is a possibility the soil contains residual concentrations of pesticides. Ecology recommends that the soils be sampled and analyzed for lead and arsenic and for organochlorine pesticides. If these contaminants are found at concentrations above the MTCA clean-up levels Ecology recommends that potential buyers be notified of their occurrence. If you have any questions or would like to respond to these Toxics Clean-up comments, please contact Valerie Bound at (509) 454-7886. Sincerely, k, Gwen Clear Environmental Review Coordinator Central Regional Office (509) 575-2012 556 DOC. 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Therefore,there are no warranties tor thiS product Plot dale: Apr 27, 2012; map3 Rnnnir lInnne,Ave 1 se YAKIMA COUNTY OEOORAPNIC INFORMATION SERVICES Proposed Future Land Use Vinceata Dr W Prat di IN ■ Subject Property AlNRoark p Tax Lots Future land Use Low Density Residential - Wawa Densly Residential -Kph Dem* Rss6al lden Professional 011ic. 1111 Regional Commercial Neighborhood Commercial - Large Convenience Center Arterial Commercial CBD Con Commend Industrial CP '1, 0 PQM 064. g APId►J •coofrw Parcel Lot lines are for visual display only. Do not use for legal purposes. 0 76 150 226 300 Feet 1•• 200 Net r-IpRki 410 Y J imap.c*,m CapyrlpM (C) 2012 relent Count/ This mew was dMved from Govern detahew. 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JGr'/AMV 1J- I:. nrtp://gls.cr.yaknma.wa.usiyakrmaws/prrntMap.html!vicinity=trul 919 920 1001 1002 1003 1004 1005 1006 1007 1008 1009 1010 1011 1012 1013 1014 1015 1016 1018 P••• i=i (•3 3204 11020 W Nit F++] Blvd 3202 3113 3209 ! 3205; 3201 919 9211 3106 3104 3102 1'::5 1001-• 1007 1009 3005 1001 1003 1 008 1005 1010 1011 1017 1012 1014 1016 1023 1018 1020 3112 1a r 3102� 1102 1103 1104 1100 1106 1120 3003 1062 cs 2911 2907 Jtv 29:1 10021 2902 i �s 4= 1004 - i 1006 1004 g 1006 1C07 1009 015 1019 tf o21 1008 1010 3005 3001 1008 2907 3030 1101 1103 3006 1102 1108 1107 1108 1105 1112 32128 3204! 3202 1109 1110 1107 1114 1113 SJIi i t :2000 1110 1111 1112 1109 1116 1115 1106 ry 2906 1008 1011 1010-- 2903 2903 2904 1012 , 1014 1016 2901 1110 1107 291!2 1109 1111 1114 1111 1116 1115 City of Yakima, Washington File Number: CPA#003-12, RZ##003-12, SEPA#015-12 Applicant: Bill Hordan Owner: Donna Lockhart & Gary Rookstool Request: Change the Future Land Use map designation for one parcel from Medium Densit) Residential to Neighborhood Commercial and rezone from Single -Family Residential (R-1) to Local Business (13-2). Location: 1021 South 31st Avenue Parcel Humberls): 18132623491 Subject Area Site Property Notification Area NOTIFICATION OF LAND USE APPLICATION DOC. INDEX 1 01'2 5/4/2012 5:11 PN unity l• lap 'VI .t rif VV.,'1:., tw:VVJ- Imo. 31: r rinV 1.1 -IL 1 of 2 nttp:ngis.ci.yaMma.wa.usryaK1 nagis'pnntMap.html'futlItty tru City of Yakima, Washington Fite Number: CPA#003-12, RZI 003-12, SEPA#015-12 Bill Hordan Applicant: Owner: Donna Lockhart & Gary Rookstool Request: Change the Future Land Use map designation for one parcel from Medium Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial and rezone from Single-Famil Residential (R-1) to Local Business (B-2). Location: 1021 South 31st Avenue Parcel Number(s): 18132623491 Subject Area Site Water Pipe Sewer Pipe DOC. INDEX 5/4/2012 5:10 1'n .� .•..� ....,r..... . ,._. it nup.I, gls.cl.yai:nna.wa.usiyaKunagisiprunivlap.lnml?zoiung=tru ':n:mital'iy R-2 Ptatat 0 • 4 B-1 1 y n Scale =1:4000 Canton Wy t -c1 A.• R-1 8-2 s i 1.4 R-3 :t,.. LCC City of Yakima, Washington File Number: Applicant: Request: Location: CPA#003-12, RZ#003-12, SEPA#015-12 Bill Hordan Owner: Donna Lockhart & Gare Rookstool Change the Future Land Use map designation for one parcel from Medium Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial and rezone from Single -Family Residential (R -l) to Local Business (B-2). 1021 South 31st Avenue Parcel Number(s): 18132623491 Subject Area Site Zoning Boundary DOC. INDEX 1 of 2 5/4/2012 5:11 PN . ...ua 1. .w.. n.• v.sl. s..0 F. .V. t.. •It;VVJ— 1., rtL-n UVJ -1-, JL1 AFV 1 nup:rrgis.ci.yal:una.wa.usrvaklmaglsrprintMap.ntml?tulu=tru t Ill btilCENTA WY ■ W}RASCHA.E City of Yakima, Washington File Number: Applicant: Request: CPA#003-12, RZ#003-12, SEPA#015-12 Bill Hordan Owner: Donna Lockhart & Gary Rookstool Change the Future Land Use map designation for one parcel from Medium Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial and rezone from Single -Family Residential (R-1) to Local Business (B-2). Location: 1021 South 31st Avenue Parcel Number(s): 18132623491 Subject Area Site Low Density Resfdenllai ■ Hilburn Density Re sclenoa I ■ ■ NgPDensity Resole noaI Poless-onelOfllct ■ ■ RegcnalCormierual nogntortiood Commode' large Conven 'me Center Arsenal Conenerctat CBD Core Cormt ro al Irdustnal DOC. INDEX 1 of 2 5/4/2012 5:10 PN aaa.••u• • "was, ••$MJ •a.• %.• • .11 VV.J- 1i., l L.,TUUJ-Ii. JLI ttflt 1J -1r nup. � r 2`',I J.c I.ya Knna.wa. usl yaKIInagtsrprt ntMap.ntntt 7pnoto—true a 4t CIre triwrial dim,:-.rtF-rmtlrw • • eliP q417, ■VIII ins Atiik ar Iry -.. -"•-i , • � err Maar 5,31r"V ar 40, t • !„> • , -- L_' r. ,�• I y • t1/11 4.ramistirtti iii , tAit . Arab am.* ra 41111G 411 Zino rtsivw 1ML 1 .7; 71:11 ,f,411-711'. Uri D5p fry • K „„ 161.7 ..... ..10.1 /11F l a111.t1e .--=111`1 —.err Ir►_' -- I� /1.'f+f�7i"� .r: "i'.__. 1%��� City of Yakima, Washington File Number: CPA#003-12, RZ#003-12, SEPA#015-12 Applicant: Bill Hordan Owner: Donna Lockhart & Gary Rookstool Request: Change the Future Land Use map designation for one parcel from Medium Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial and rezone from Single -Family Residential (R-1) to Local Business (B-2). Location: 1021 South 31st Avenue Parcel Number(s): 18132623491 [ Subject Area Site Aerial Photo: June 2008 DOC. INDEX 1 of 2 5/4/2012 5:11 PTV .. ;, ,, ,•� ; ;;;,,ii�,lr ENVIRONMENTAL CHECKLIST STATE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT (SEPA) (AS TAKEN FROM WAC 197-11-960) YAKIMA MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 6.88 PURPOSE OF CHECKLIST The State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA), RCW Ch. 43.21C, requires all governmental agencies to con sider the environmental impacts of a proposal before making decisions. An environmental impact statement (EIS) must be prepared for all proposals with probable significant adverse impacts on the quality of the environment. The purpose of this checklist is to provide information to help you and the agency identify impacts from your proposal (and to reduce or avoid impacts from the proposal, if it can be done) and to help the agency decide whether an EIS is required. INSTRUCTIONS FOR APPLICANTS This environmental checklist asks you to describe some basic information about your proposal. Governmental agencies use this checklist to determine whether the environmental impacts of your proposal are significant, requiring preparation of an EIS. Answer the questions briefly, with the most precise information known, or give the best description you can. You must answer each question accurately and carefully, to the best of your knowledge. In most cases, you should be able to answer the questions from your own observations or project plans without the need to hire experts. If you really do not know the answer, or if a question does not apply to your proposal, write "do not know" or "does not apply". Complete answers to the questions now may avoid unnecessary delays later. Some questions ask about governmental regulations, such as zoning, shoreline, and landmark designations. Answer these questions if you can. If you have problems, the governmental agencies can assist you. 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 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 impact. USE OF CHECKLIST FOR NONPROJECT PROPOSALS Complete this checklist for non -project proposals, even though questions may be answered "does not apply." IN ADDITION, complete the SUPPLEMENTAL SHEET FOR NONPROJECT ACTIONS (part D). For non -project actions, the references in the checklist to the words "project," "applicant," and "property or site" should be read as "proposal," "proposer," and "affected geographic area," respectively. A. BACKGROUND INFORMATION (To be completed by the applicant.) 1. Name Of Proposed Project (If Applicable): McLaughlin-Gaddis Rezone 2. Applicant's Name & Phone: Bill Hordan, Hordan Planning Services — (509) 249-1919. 3. Applicant's Address: 410 North 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901 RECEIVED 4. Contact Person & Phone: Same as applicant. APR 3 0 2012 CITY OF YAKIMA 5. Agency Requesting Checklist: City of Yakima PLANNING DIV. 6. Date The Checklist Was Prepared: April 26, 2012 7. Proposed Timing Or Schedule (Including Phasing, If Applicable): No timing or schedule exists. 8. Do you have any plans for future additions, expansion, or further activity related to or connected with this proposal? If yes, explain: Yes, upon a successful Comprehensive Future Land Use Change and Rezone of the property, it is the desire of the owner to open a small retail business within a small shop/garage located on the property.. However, no specific site plan at this time. i..- - o+vv� INDEX #$-2 9. List any environmental inform...ion you know about that has been print'yvjj® prepared, directly related to this proposal: �V// APR 3 0 X012 No additional environmental information is pending. CITY OF YAKIMA 10. Do you know whether applications are pending for gover nmental ap"Aigintattproposals directly affecting the property covered by your proposal? If yes, explain: No other governmental applications are pending. 11. List any govern ment approvals or permits that will be needed for your proposal, if known: Comprehensive Plan Land Use change to the Future Land Use Map and Rezone. 12. 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 to change the Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map designation and zoning one parcel totaling 7,383 square feet in size. The comprehensive plan land use change consists of changing the Future Land Use Map from Medium - density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial and the zoning from Single-family Residential to Local Business. 13. Location of the proposal. Give sufficient infor mation for a person to understand the precise location of your pro- posed 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 at the northeast corner of South 315t Avenue and West Nob Hill Boulevard, within the City Limits of Yakima, Washington. The address of the property is 1021 South 31St Avenue. The Yakima County Assessor's Parcel Numbers for the property is 181326-23491. B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS (To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments 1. Earth nrac. a. General description of the site (✓ one): ft:ni-0 rolling ■ hilly ■ steep slopes ❑ mountainous ❑ other b. What is the steepest slope on the site (approximate percent slope)? Approximately 1-2 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 prime farmland. According to the Soil Survey of Yakima County Area Washington, the soil type is Ritzville silt loam, 0 to 2 percent slopes. The soil is classified as prime farmland. INDEX B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMEN..d (To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments d. Are there surface indications or history of unstable soils in the immediate vicinity? If so, describe. No. -Vel ,o A/� l_ ?,4.t+ a #.04g „Old #.04, /4 1 e. Describe the purpose, type, and approximate quantities of any filling or grading proposed. Indicate source of fill. No fill or grading is required as part of this application. f. Could erosion occur as a result of clearing, construction, or use'? If so, generally describe. Not as part of this application. g. About what percent of the site will be covered with impervious surfaces after project construction (for example, asphalt or buildings)? Not applicable, no construction is proposed. h. Proposed measures to reduce or control erosion, or other impacts to the earth, if any: None needed, none proposed. 2. Air a. What types of emissions to the air would result from the proposal (i.e., dust, automobile, odors, industrial wood smoke) during construction and when the project is completed? If any, generally describe and give approximate quantities if known. No emissions to the air will be created by this rezone, as it is a non -project rezone. b. Are there any off-site sources of emissions or odor that may affect your proposal? If so, generally describe. None known by property owners. c. Proposed measures to reduce or control emissions or other impacts to air, if any: None needed, none proposed. 3. Water a. Surface: I. 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. Yes, the Naches-Cowiche canal lies approximately 200 feet north of this property.. 2. Will the project require any work over, in, or adjacent to (within 200 feet) the described waters? If yes, please describe and attach available plans. Not applicable. 3. Estimate the amount of fill and dredge material that would be placed in or re moved from surface water or wetlands and indicate the area of the site that would be affected. Indicate the source of fill material. Not applicable. DOC, INDEX ',3'2. B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEME.1.. a (To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments RECEIVED APR 3 0 2012 CITY OF Y ISMA 4. Will the proposal require surface water withdrawals or diversCIANINiN Wral description, purpose, and approximate quantities if known. No. 5. Does the proposal lie within a I00 -year floodplain? If so, note location on the site plan. No. 6. 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: 1. Will ground water be withdrawn, or will water be discharged to ground water? Give general description, purpose, and approximate quantities if known. No. 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 to this application. c. Water Runoff (including stormwater): 1. 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. 2. Could waste materials enter ground or surface waters? If so, generally describe. Not applicable. 3. Proposed measures to reduce or control surface, ground, and runoff water impacts, if any: None needed as part of this application. 4. Plants: a. Check (1) types of vegetation found on the site: Deciduous Tree: 0 Alder 0 Maple ❑ Aspen 0 Other Evergreen Green: 21 Fir 0 Cedar 0 Pine 0 Other tz Shrubs (Grass ❑ Pasture Crop Or Grain 0 Other Wet Soil Plants: ■ Cattail El Buttercup ❑ Bullrush ❑Skunk Cabbage 0 Other Water Plants: 0 Milfoil ❑ Eelgrass D Water Lily ❑ Other Other Types Of Vegetation: b. What kind and amount of vegetation will be removed or altered? No vegetation will be removed or altered as part of this application.'��— INDEX #.73-2- B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMEr. -. (To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments c. List threatened or endangered species known to be on or near thaltitiCEIVED None known by the property owner. APR 3 0 2012 CITY OF VAKI A .�..� d. Proposed landscaping, use of native plants, or other measures toter igne . ance vegetation on the site, if any: None needed, none proposed. 5. Animals: a. Check (1) any birds and animals which have been observed on or near the site or are known to be on or near the site: Birds: ■ Hawk ■ Heron • Eagle 0 Songbirds D Other Mammals: ❑ Deer 0 Bear ❑ Elk ❑ Beaver ❑ 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 property owner. 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. 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 new energy is needed as part of this application. The existing residence uses electric power and natural gas for heating and cooling purposes. b. 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 as there is no proposal. - 7. Environmental Health 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. No. 1. Describe special emergency services that might be required. No special emergency services are required for this application. 2. Proposed measures to reduce or control environmental health hazards, if any: None needed, none proposed. DOC. INDEX # ,B - 2_ B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEME,..S (To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments ‘9, CO 4,o C/ B 0 , A 0� c0 X444,4,,4*/ 12 4I/G�'Y b. Noise 1. What types of noise exist in the area, which may affect your project (for example: traffic, equipment, operation, other)? Minor traffic noise exists in the area. It will not affect this proposal. 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 land use change and rezone 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? The current use of the property is residential. Property to the west, east and north is also residential. Properties to the south are residential and commercial. b. Has the site been used for agriculture? If so, describe. No. c. Describe any structures on the site. The subject site contains a single-family residence and large shop/garage. d. Will any structures be demolished? If so, what? No structures will be demolished as part of this application. e. What is the current zoning classification of the site? Single-family Residential. f. What is the current comprehensive plan designation of the site? Medium -density Residential g. If applicable, what is the current shoreline master program designation of the site? Not applicable. h. Has any part of the site been classified as an "environmentally sensitive" area? If so specify. No. i. Approximately how many people would reside or work in the completed project? Not applicable, there is no project. j. Approximately how many people would the completed project displace? Not applicable, there is no project. DOC. k. Proposed measures to avoid or reduce displacement impacts, if any. None needed, none proposed. INDEX #_3:2-• , B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMEI.. S (To be completed by the applicant) 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. RECEIVED APR 3 0 2012 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. 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. 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: Not applicable. 10. Aesthetics a. What is the tallest height of any proposed structures, not including antennas; what are the principal exterior building materials proposed? Not applicable, no new structures are proposed as part of this rezone application. b. What views in the immediate vicinity would be altered or obstructed? No known views in the immediate area will be altered or obstructed as part of this application. c. Proposed measures to reduce or control aesthetic impacts, if any: None needed, none proposed. 11. Light and G lare a. What type of light or glare will the proposal produce? What time of day would it mainly occur? No light or glare will be produced as part of this 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 known sources of off-site light or glare which would affect this proposal. d. Proposed measures to reduce or control light and glare impacts, if any: None needed, none proposed. 12. Recreation a. What designated and informal recreational opportunities are in the immediate vicinity? Local school playgrounds are in the immediate area and offer formal and informal recreational pportunities. DOC. INDEX #B--2, B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMEL, 1 S (To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments b. Would the proposed project displace any existing recreational uses? If so, describe. No recreational opportunities will be displaced. 11;°,6` 0` 4,6414,641� 4 01), 0 c 0 it/Age/%/�/'q�/� 0/74 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 Preser vation a. Are there any places or objects listed on, or proposed for, national, state, or local preservation registers known to be on or next to the site? If so, generally describe. No. b. Generally describe any landmarks or evidence of historic, archaeological, scientific, or cultural important known to be on or next to the site. None known by the property owner. c. Proposed measures to reduce or control impacts, if any: None needed, none proposed. 14. Transportat ion a. Identify public streets and highways serving the site, and describe proposed access to the existing street system. Show on site plans, if any. The property lies on the northeast corner of South 31st Avenue and West Nob Hill Boulevard. The property has direct access to both roadways. These roadways connect to other urban arterials and eventually the state highway system. b. Is site currently serviced by public transit? If not, what is the approximate distance to the nearest transit stop? Yes. c. How many parking spaces would the completed project have? How many would the project eliminate? Not applicable, there is no project. d. Will the proposal require any new roads or streets, or improvements to existing roads or streets, not including driveways? If so, generally describe (indicate whether public or private). No, there is no project at this time. e. Will the project use (or occur in the immediate vicinity of) water, rail, or air transportation? If so, generally describe. No. f. How many vehicular trips per day would be generated by the completed project? If known, indicate when peak volumes would occur. Not applicable, there is no project. g. Proposed measures to reduce or control transportation impacts, if any: None needed, none proposed. INDEX B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEME,..S (To be completed by the applicant) ^" Space Reserved for Agency Comments RECEIVED 3 0 X012 CITY OF YAKIhMq APR 15. Public Services PLANNING Diu a. Would the project result in an increased need for public services (for example: fire protection, police protection, health care, schools, other)? If so, generally describe: No. 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. No utilities are proposed to be extended to the property at this time. 16. Utilities a. Circle utilities currently available at the site: erifEr antagreMZIP e use se is elephone s4initary seiii-eoeptic system, other. 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 ke its decision. Property Owner or Agent Signature Date Submitted PLEASE COMPLETE SECTION "D" ON THE NEXT PAGE IF THERE IS NO PROJECT RELATED TO THIS ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW DOC. INDEX f D. SUPPLEMENT SHEET FOR NONPROJECT ACTIONS (To be completed by the applicant.) (DO NOT USE THE FOLLOWING FOR PROJECT ACTIONS) Space Reserved For Agency Comments Because 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 and how it would affect the item at a greater intensity or at a faster rate than if the proposal were not implemented. lak 17,0 .O ' 4 SII' 1, 0 , y�'d�� o� G 1. How would the proposal belikely to increase discharge to water; emissions to air; production, storage, or release of toxic or hazardous substances; or production of noise? No increase to water, emissions to air or toxic/or hazardous substances are proposed. No increase in noise levels are anticipated by the proposed rezone. Proposed measures to avoid or reduce such increases are: If applicable, complete an additional SEPA Checklist once a project has been proposed. 2. How would the proposal be likely to affect plants, animals, fish, or marine life? This proposal will have no effect to plants, animals, fish or marine life. Proposed measures to protect or conserve plants, animals, fish, or marine life are: Conservation of these issues would be reviewed through additional SEPA review and implementation of rules and regulations of the Critical Areas Ordinance. 3. How would the proposal be likely to deplete energy or natural resources? Not applicable, no natural resources are being exploited through this application. Proposed measures to protector 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? Compliance with local, state and federal ordinances will ensure protection occurs. Proposed measures to protect such resources or to avoid or reduce impacts are: See answer above. 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? This proposal will not affect shorelines, as there are none. Future land use development of the property will be dictated by local, state and federal 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 local and state highways. A minor demand in public services and utilities would likely occur as the property is developed. Proposed measures to reduce or respond to such demand(s) are: All new development would be required to meet concurrency requirements prior to development occurring. 7. 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. DOC. INDEX INSTRUCTIONS:- PLEASE READ FIRST •Please type or print Your 'answers clearly: RECEIVED APR 3 0 2312 LAND USE APPLICATION CITY OF YAKIMA PLNNING CITY OF YAKIMA, DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTV 129 NORTH SECOND STREET, 2ND FLOOR, YAKIMA, WA 98902 VOICE: (509) 575-6183 FAX: (509) 575-6105 Answer all questions completely. If you have any questions about this form or the application process, please 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 1- GENERAL INFORMATION AND PART IV - CERTIFICATION are on this page. PART II and III contain additional information specific to your proposal and MUST be attached to this page to complete the application. PART 1= GENERAL INFORMATION : : . 1. Applicant's Name, Address, And Phone Number 2. Applicant's Property Interest 3. Property Owner's Name, Address, And Phone Number (]f Other Than Applicant) Name Street City„ 1-fOR.40AN PL 4,' Ia. 5ewiees 41b Alioa.nt 2. T. Check One Name Street City 4 ❑ 1 Owner 1 ❑ 1 Agent IST w,4 141,141896( ❑ i Purchaser I V koacSlaot 4 NpipAt Lo ,+how -T e/ZDT Tyfr..P 126 . Phone)( ) 2'{9 Other Pu+r - Mbger' 4. Subject Property's Assessor's Parcel Number(s): /P3ZG — 4'5(49/ 5. Property Address: °ZI a4n! 3141 / S s_ : isfv5j4c' 6. Legal Description of Property. (if lengthy, please attach it on a separate document) IST 1 WA. Zip 1%B93t 1Phonei( ) ft/I-MO 7. Property's Existing Zoning: 0 S 11 0 R-2 0R-3 0B-1 0 B-2 0 HB ❑SCC 0 LCC 0 CBD 0 GC 0 AS 0 RD ❑M -I 0M-2 8. Type Of Application: (Check All That Apply) ❑ Administrative Adjustment environmental Checklist (SEPA) ❑ Type (2) Review ❑ Right -of -Way Vacation ❑ Type (3) Review 0 Transportation Concurrency ❑ Short Plat 0 Non -Conforming Structure/Use ❑ Long Plat 0 Type 3 Modification ❑ Admin. Modification 0 Interpretation by Hearing Examiner ❑ Appeal 0 Temporary Use Permit ❑ Home Occupation (a'-tomp Plan Amendment ❑ Short Plat Exemption: 0 Other. ❑ Easement Release Rezone ❑ Shoreline ❑ Critical Areas ❑ Variance ❑ Amended Plat ❑ Binding Site Plan ❑ Planned Development PART II':= SUPPLEMENTAL. APPLICATION, PART DI - REQUIRED ATTACHMENTS, & PART W. -NARRATIVE 9. SEE ATTACHED SHEETS PARTY- . CERTIFICATION' 10. 1 y fy that the I •. 164.7 _de/et.,‘,/ his !-plication P • OPERTY 0 S IGNATURE FOR ADMINISTRATIVE USE ONLY Notes: and the required attachments are true and correct to the best of my knowledge. DATE DATE FEE PAID RECEIVED BY 1 Amount Revised 02-11 FILE # Stpc .# as- s a ). RZ%kob3.1 ) '1 C PIA#Ob3 /a Receipt No. Hearing Date Cn-la-O p DOC. INDEX # •1 RECEIVED APR 302312 CITY OF YAKIfviA PLANNING DIV. LEGAL DESCRIPTION 181326-23491-- Lot 8 of Mantley Addition as recorded in Book "K" of Plats, Page 4, records of Yakima County, Washington, EXCEPT right-of-way for road on south. DOC. INDEX #13-I DOC. INDEX #_ &- I -'`' • lam.. Supplemental Application For: 1 j C OMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT :� YAKIMA MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 16.10 ' ��H PART IV - NARRATIVE A. SCS Diu Does your proposal address circumstances that have changed since the last time the relevant comprehensive plan. map or text was considered? If so, how? 1--.� 4-17Xi ii��n 1.12. II E-' itiiii7c2�ns' F. . ,5,00.ost_ -ry AL(- Q KEsn i -r*s PA -60. B. Does your proposal better implement applicable comprehensive plan policies than the current relevant comprehensive plan map or text? If so, how? C. Does your proposal correct an obvious mapping error? If so, what is the error? D. Does your proposal address an identified deficiency in the Comprehensive Plan? If so, what is the deficiency? E. Is the proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendment coordinated with, and take into consideration, the comprehensive plans adopted by Yakima County or cities with which the City of Yakima has, in part, common borders or related regional issues as may be required by RCW 36.70A.100? If so, how? F. Is the proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendment consistent with the Growth Management Act (GMA), RCW Ch. 36.70A, and the Yakima County -Wide Planning Policy (CWPP)? If so, how? G. Have the cumulative impacts of all comprehensive plan amendments been considered in the evaluation of the proposed amendment? If so, how? H. For Future Land Use Map changes, please provide descriptive information regarding the property, including the status of existing land use, access to sewer and water, as well as the availability of public facilities such as schools, fire and police services. 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 02-11 DOC. INDEX #_ &- I RECEIVED Hrtt 3 0 7712 Supplemental Application For: .`; COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMEND : ai 4. —= ,-:j 4� 3 i3YAKIMA MUNICIPAL CODE, CHAPTER 16.10 -'v ', s''� ADMINISTRATION OF DEVELOPMENT PERMIT REGULATIONS PART II - APPLICATION INFORMATION • , 1. TYPE OF APPLICATION: []Comprehensive Plan Text Amendment "Future Land Use Map Amendment 2. EXISTING ZONING OF SUBJECT PROPERTY: • SR gR-1 • R-2 IN R-3 ■ B-1 0 B-2 ■ HB ■ SCC ■ LCC 0 CBD ■ GC ■ AS ■ RD 1 M-1 1 M-2 3. DESIRED ZONING OF SUBJECT PROPERTY: ■ SR ■ R-1 • R-2 ■ R-3 ■ B-1 14B-2 ■ HB 1 SCC ■ LCC ❑ CBD ■ GC • AS ■ RD ■ M-1 ■ M-2 4. EXISTING FUTURE LAND USE DESIGNATION: • Low Density Residential IXMedium Density Residential ■ High Density Residential 1 Professional Office 1 Neighborhood Commercial 1 Large Convenience Center 0 Arterial Commercial • CBD Core Commercial 0 Regional Commercial ■ Industrial 5. DESIRED FUTURE LAND USE DESIGNATION: • Low Density Residential 0 Medium Density Residential ■ High Density Residential ■ Professional Office i Neighborhood Commercial ❑ Large Convenience Center 0 Arterial Commercial ■ CBD Core Commercial 1 Regional Commercia • Industrial 6. PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES AVAILABLE: 'ffTransportation Rights -Of -Way FifPolice And Fire Protection WParks And Trails 18iSchools Water [i Sewer Storm Drainage ea Electricity la Natural Gas g( Telephone JJ Cable TV PART III - REQUIRED ATTACHMENTS' -.• • 7. MAPS: Maps of the subject property indicating roads, any area designated as critical areas, the future land use designation of adjacent properties, and current & proposed future land use designations. Maps are to be provided in both an 8-1/2" by 11" and 11" by 17" format and to a standard engineering scale (e.g. 1:20). 8. SUBMITTAL FOR POLICY/REGULATORY AMENDMENTS: Identification of the proposed amendment indicating the section and paragraph location for the current Comprehensive Plan provision sought to be changed, if any, and including, for text amendments, the specific text sought to be added or amended. (attach) 9. WRITTEN NARRATIVE (required. see attached): (stating the reasons for the request for the amendment and explaining how the proposed amendment meets the criteria in YMC § 16.10.040) 10. TRAFFIC CONCURRENCY (may be required): 11. ENVIRONMENTAL CHECKLIST (required): 12. SITE PLAN: 13. AUTHORIZATION: I hereby authorize the submittal of this /�Comprehensive Plan 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 Revised 02-11 DOC. INDEX # RECEIVED PART IV - COMPREHENSIVE PLAN NARRATIV `u12 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. A. Does your proposal address circumstances that have changed since the last time the relevant comprehensive plan or text was considered? If so, how? Yes, circumstances have changed since the inception and subsequent updates to the Comprehensive Plan. Since the original land use designation for this property, substantial development has occurred in the West Yakima area. This development has caused a substantial amount of new traffic to use the east -west arterials between the city core and the West Valley area. As the population has increased in West Yakima, so has the need for small retail and service businesses. A review of the east -west arterials leading from the downtown core area to the West Valley area indicates that many of these new retail and service businesses have located in structures which were originally constructed as single-family residences. This is particularly true in the general area around the intersection of South 32nd Avenue and Nob Hill Boulevard, which is near the subject property. This circumstance has occurred along other east -west arterials such as, Lincoln Avenue, Summitview Avenue, Tieton Drive, Mead Avenue and Washington Avenue. The conversion of small lots with structurally sound residential units located on them to commercial businesses have been providing practical and affordable retail and service space for niche businesses to locate. Although this property does not directly abut any Neighborhood Commercial designated property, it is one lot removed from that designation from the east. One lot removed from the west is property that is zoned Local Business (B-2). Property across Nob Hill Boulevard is designated Neighborhood Commercial and zoned B-2. The intended use of this property, if this application is successful, is to have a small oriental rug retail outlet located in a 720 square foot building located on the east side of the lot. The business would be operated by the owner of the property. This follows the trend of creating areas along major arterial for small service and retail businesses to locate. B. Does your proposal better implement applicable comprehensive plan policies than the current relevant comprehensive plan map or text? If so, how? Yes, this proposal better implements applicable comprehensive plan policies than current relevant comprehensive plan because it complies with Goal 3.12 which states: "Provide small scale, neighborhood convenience commercial use and services, primarily serving residents of adjacent neighborhoods." DOC. INDEX litUtIVED APR 3 0 2312 The goal is backed by all of the following policies: CITY OF YAKIMA 3.12.1 — A Neighborhood Commercial center will provide land uses fnlittAsigsuch as grocery stores, convenience stores, drug stores, restaurants and small retail stores. 3.12.2 — The typical size of a Neighborhood Commercial development is three to ten acres and serves a population of 3,000 — 40,000 people. 3.12.3 — Neighborhood Commercial uses shall be located at the intersection of Principle arterial, minor arterial or collector arterials. 3.12.4 —Neighborhood Commercial may be allowed when water and sewer service, street improvements, traffic control devices, municipal services and other development -related improvements are in place. 3.12.5 — Adequate buffering shall be provided between adjacent residential land uses. 3.12.6 — No motor vehicle access to the commercial site shall be routed through residential areas. 3.12.7 -- Neighborhood Commercial uses shall be located in areas that will enhance, rather than hinder, the stability of residential areas. 3.12.8 — The predominant uses of Neighborhood Commercial shall be small-scale business that will not have significant adverse impacts on adjacent neighborhoods. The proposed Comprehensive Plan policies recognize the existing trend in the neighborhood, which is a slow conversion of residential structures along urban arterials eventual being used for small retail and service businesses. C. Does yourproposal correct an obvious mapping error? If so, how? No obvious mapping error is being corrected. This is a voluntary request on behalf of the property owner to establish a new business location by converting a residential property to a commercial property. The proposal is located in an area where this transition is occurring and is similar to many others which have occurred in this area. This transition is occurring on a regular basis along other urban arterials in the urban area similar to this one. D. Does your proposal address an identified deficiency in the Comprehensive Plan? If so, what is the deficiency? This proposal does identify a deficiency in the Comprehensive Plan. The deficiency is that the Plan does not provide for a large array of lot sizes for small retail and service businesses to locate. Most of the newer areas that have been designated Neighborhood Commercial in recent Plan updates have been associated with larger parcels of property. Many of the local retail and service businesses only need a small area for a particular use or service because they are small businesses that usually stay small. The Neighborhood Commercial designation has also been strictly established around existing uses, which does not provide areas for expansion. Between these two issues, a deficiency in the plan has occurred. DOC. INDEX REC }IED APR 3 0 2212 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. E. Is the proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendment coordinated with, and take into consideration, the comprehensive plans adopted by Yakima County or cities with which the City of Yakima has, in part, common borders or related regional issues as may be required by RCW 36.70A.100? If so, how? Yes, this proposal is consistent with RCW 36.70A.100. This application is part of the annual comprehensive plan update for the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan. The City of Yakima coordinates this update with Yakima County for consistency between the jurisdictions. F. Is the proposed Comprehensive PIan Amendment consistent with the Growth Management Act (GMA), RCW Ch.36.70A, and the Yakima County -wide Planning Policy (CWPP)? If so, how? Yes, this proposal is consistent with the Growth Management Act and the Yakima County -wide Planning Policy because the proposal directs urban growth to an existing urban area (within City Limits first) and encourages infill in an area where all urban level services and facilities are currently provided. The proposal reduces sprawl and is served with an adequate transportation system. This proposal also encourages economic development in the urban area and provides good and services for the surrounding neighborhood. G. Have the cumulative impacts of all comprehensive plan amendments been considered in the evaluation of the proposed amendment? If so, how? The cumulative impacts of all comprehensive plan amendments are determined by the jurisdiction processing the proposed amendment. In this situation, the impact is small, as the request is to change the Future Land Use Map on one parcel from Medium -density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial. The total size of the parcel is 7,383 square feet in size. The cumulative impact of this proposal should be minimal. DOC. INDEX #...L.__ RECEIVED APR 3 0 2312 CITY OF YAKIMA H. For Future Land Use Map changes, please provide descrirRiMilieMtion regarding the property, including the status of existing land use, access to sewer and water, as well as the availability of public facilities such as schools, fire and police services. The property contains a single-family residence and large shop/garage. The property has direct access to West Nob Hill Boulevard and South 3 lst Avenue. The property is approximately 50 percent impervious with asphalt and concrete along the south and east areas. The north and west areas of the property are generally residentially landscaped. The property is with full urban utilities and all necessary public facilities. DOC. INDEX # 1 DOC. INDEX .,rte` j.1—`,>'''''''''''''' ''REZONES '1- t '°I `�- ��, r Supplemental Application For: APR 3 0 2312 YAJKIMA MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 15.23 CITY OF YAK$ A PLANNING DIV PART IV- NARRATIVE' . • I. How is the subject property suitable for uses permitted under the proposed zoning? 'rJ 417)1 Cites jill2,;7E - NteeeorI6tr f2 -3j90res- •7-O 04- (e.ussi7o+)s ON Tits /1446 What is the status of existing land use? J. How is the rezone request in compliance with and/or how does the request deviate from the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan? K. 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 be implemented to address any short falls in public services that may exist? L. 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.? M. 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 509-575-6I83 Revised 02-11 DOC. INDEX INDEX i--.-, ,'. '= --- _ Supplemental Application For: RECEIVED =;, REZONES ' YAIUMA MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 15.23 APR 3 0 2 312 %�' CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. PART 11- APPLICATION INFORMATION - . 1. EXISTING ❑ SR VR ZONING OF SUBJECT PROPERTY: -1 • R-2 1 R-3 0 B-1 ■ B-2 1 HB ■ SCC 0 LCC ■ CBD 1 GC ■ AS 1 RD • M-1 ■ M-2 2. DESIRED ❑ SR 0 ZONING OF SUBJECT PROPERTY: R-1 1 R-2 ■ R-3 ❑ 13-1 J'B-2 ■ HB 0 SCC ■ LCC ■ CBD ■ GC ■ AS ■ RD • M-1 ■ M-2 3. ZONING ❑ SR Ig( OF ADJOINING PROPERTY (check all that apply): R-1 ■ R-2 ■ R-3 ■ B-1 $03-2 IN HB ■ SCC ■ LCC ❑ CBD ■ GC ■ AS ■ RD ❑ M-1 ■ M-2 4. EXISTING FUTURE LAND USE DESIGNATION: Residential Medium ■ Low Density ❑ Neighborhood Density Residential ■ High Density Residential ■ Professional Office Commercial ■ Large Convenience Center ■ Arterial Commercial ■ CBD Core Commercial ■ Regional Commercial ■ Industrial 5. PROPOSED FUTURE LAND USE DESIGNATION: Is there a proposed change to the Future Land Use Map? If so what is the proposed future land use designation? IN Low Density Residential ■ Medium Density Residential 0 High Density XNeighborhood Residential ❑ Professional Office Commercial ■ Large Convenience Center ■ Arterial Commercial ■ CBD Core Commercial • Regional Commercial ■ Industrial 6. PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES AVAILABLE: l'iifTransportation (Rights -Of -Way t Police And Fire Protection 'Parks And Trails cirSchools 'Water kr Sewer krstorm Drainage Electricity Natural Gas Telephone XCable TV PART III - REQUIRED 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: I hereby uthorize the 'nal mittal of t ris Rezone or Text Amendment Application to the City of Yakima for review. ��a La �/-� 2-/2 T 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 DOC- Revised 02-11 INDEX RECEIVED WRITTEN NARRATIVE APR 3 0 2012 (Rezone) CITY OF YAKIMIA A. How is the subject property suitable for uses permitted underlRsi9i zoning? The subject property is suitable for uses permitted under the proposed zoning change because the property is flat, located at an intersection, has frontage on an arterial, abuts other Local Business commercially zoned property on the south and has similar zoning one parcel removed on the east and west sides. The parcel size is small and the number of permitted uses at the site is extremely limited because of this feature. Most land uses which are permitted by the zoning ordinance in this zoning district provide retail/service opportunities to the travelling public that frequent this area of Yakima. Uses within the zoning ordinance, and permitted in this zone, are small-scale uses that are generally compatible with surrounding land uses. Uses that may have incompatibility issues are generally processed as Class 2 or Class 3 Uses, as deemed appropriate by the zoning ordinance. Conditions of approval may be added to specific land uses to ensure compatibility with existing land uses in the immediate area. However, it should be exceptionally noted, that any proposed use on the property will be limited in scope, as the overall property is small, and development will be limited by lot coverage and parking requirements. What is the status of the existing land use? The status of the existing land use is that the property contains a single-family residence and shop/garage located on it. The property is currently used for residential purposes. The property is 7,383 square feet in size landscaped with typical residential style landscaping consisting of grass, shrubs and trees. 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 the proposal meets many of the goals, objectives and policies of the Plan for commercial development. Specifically, this request encourages commercial development within the urban area, within the city limits, along an arterial street route, served with full urban standards and provides a convenient location consistent with the development pattern of the community (Reference Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan --Goal 3.12 and supporting Policies 3.12.1 through 3.12.8). This request will also bring additional commercial land into an existing commercial area, thus, permitting the opportunity for a slightly larger commercial area for a local businesses and services to locate. DOC. INDEX 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 the and around the subject property? Yes, there are adequate public facilities to serve this proposal. The property is located on a comer and fronts on West Nob Hill Boulevard, an urban arterial, and South 31s' Avenue. The property is served with all other infrastructure including domestic water, sanitary sewer, natural gas, electricity, telephone and any other needed utilities. 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, the existing public facilities are capable of supporting the most intensive use of the new zone. The property is served with full urban services and facilities. If any short fall exists in the delivery of facilities, necessary mitigation will take place by the developer to ensure adequate public facilities are in place at his/her/their expense, as required through land use concurrency. RECEIVED APR 302312 D. How is the proposed zone change compatible withailliVaistialiiighboring uses? PLANNING DIY. The proposed zone change is compatible with existing neighboring uses because commercial zoning and development currently exists in the area. Specifically, the Local Business (B-2) Zoning District is located one lot removed on the west and east. The same zoning district and designation is located directly across West Nob Hill Boulevard to the south. Although residential properties abut this proposal on the north, the proposed Local Business zoning district generally permits compatible uses that abut neighboring residential districts. The district is often-times used as a buffer between arterial streets, other commercial and industrial uses located in a surrounding area. Due t the small size of the lot and the limited number of land uses that could locate on such a small lot, the proposal should be compatible with residential uses in the neighborhood. Additionally, it is the property owners desire to retain the existing structures on the property, thus, preserving the overall residential character of the neighborhood. A review of the area indicates that commercial properties in the area are fully built -out, and mostly occupied, which creates a need for additional commercial zoning in this area. This proposal, if successful, will follow the trend of local business/service land uses by locating in residential dwellings located along arterials and be limited to small-scale commercial endeavors that are deemed compatible with the neighborhood through the zoning ordinance. DOC. INDEX #- l ___ L 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 the rezone request. However, appropriate mitigation is built into the zoning code through regular site plan approval. Potential mitigation can come in the form of site -screening and limiting hours of operation. Additionally, any Class 2 or Class 3 Reviews that may be approved on the property provide an additional level of protection to the neighborhood, as public comment or public hearings are required for land uses which generally require substantial mitigation. E. What is the public need for the proposed change? The public need arises from the fact that the West Valley Area has experienced significant growth over the past 10 years. As that growth has occurred, a need to provide the necessary commercial services between the downtown core area and West Valley for that area has also grown. In this instance, properties in the general area, and along other east -west arterials, have been converting dwelling units into small retail and service businesses. A review of the area shows very few, if any, vacant "store fronts" in this particular commercial area and a need arises to provide those services. Therefore, a demonstrated need has been established, indicating that a need for additional commercial zoning is necessary. This rezone will provide the necessary convenient commercial services for the travelling public which frequently use West Nob Hill Boulevard as a route to, and from, the West Valley Area and the city core. Thus, this rezone meets that public need and perspective for a proposed change. RECEIVED APR 3 0 :312 CITYPLANNING D1YOF . DOC. INDEX Department of Commur • -and Economic Development Office of Code Adminitn 129 North Second Street, 2nd Floor Yakima, Washington 98901 Receipt Number: CR -12-083264 ReceiptDate: 04/30/2012' 'Cashier: CDELLING Payer/Payee Name: it,AilINVESTMENTB;LLC Application k .Patiel" BeeDescription SEPA#015-12 18132623491 SEPA Environmental Review 1021 S 31ST AVE RZ#003-12 18132623491 Rezone 1021 S 31ST AVE CPA#003-12 18132623491 Comprehensive Plan Amendment 1021 S 31ST AVE .„. n. , GrigihaliFee '-•- Amount ,, ..,...... Arablint; . , 'Paid! -• • • 'Pee Balance $265.00 $265.00 $0.00 $560.00 $560.00 $0.00 $500.00 $500.00 80.00 Total Paid: Tendered Amt: Change Due: Payment Method 'RefereriCe Number ' Tendered' *Metall CHECK 4008 Total: $ 1,325.00 $1,325.00 $1,325.00 $1,325.00 $0.00 'OreWous: Payinent istorY • Receipt # Receipt Date Fee:DescriPtiem AmountPaid Application # Parcel RECEIVED APR 3 0 - -11n CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. DOCO INDEX # - I 2012 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENTS Yakima City Council Public Hearing CHAPTER C WEST VALLEY NURSING HOMES, INC. CPA#004-12, RZ#004-12, SEPA#016-12 E Viii: IT DOCUMENT _____ C-1 Land Use Application submitted for Comp Plan Amendment, Rezone, and SEPA Review with Narratives 04/30/2012 C-2 Environmental Checklist 04/30/2012 C-3 Maps: Future Land Use, Vicinity, Mailing, Aerial, Zoning, and Atlas 04/30/2012 C -3a Comment Letter from Gwen Clear, Dept of Ecology 06/18/2012 C-4 DST Review - Request for Comments and DST Distribution List C -4a: Comments received from Joe Rosenlund, Streets & Traffic Operations Manager C -4b: Acknowledgement Letter received from Dept. of Commerce 06/20/2012 C-5 Notice of Application, Environmental Review, and YPC Public Hearing C -5a: Postcard Notice C -5b: Parties and Agencies Notified C -5c: Affidavit of Mailing 06/05/2012 C-6 E-mail Comments received from Louis Wessel 06/26/2012 C-7 Land Use Action Installation Certificate 07/02/2012 C-8 Notice of Decision of Final Determination of Non Significance C -8a: Parties and Agencies Notified C -8b: Affidavit of Mailing 07/13/2012 C-9 Legal Notice of YPC Public Hearing Published in Yakima Herald -Republic 07/13/2012 C-10 Yakima Planning Commission Agenda & Distribution List 08/08/2012 C-11 Staff Report 08/08/2012 CITY OF YAKIMA DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 2012 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENTS Amendment Request Submitted by: West Valley Nursing Homes, Inc. For Changes to the Future Land Use and Zoning Maps of the City of Yakima Combined Staff Report CPA#004-12, RZ#004-12, & SEPA #016-12 Staff Contact: Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner 575-6042 SUMMARY OF RECOMMENDATIONS Staff recommends to the Yakima City Planning Commission that this Comprehensive Plan map amendment and rezone request be approved. APPLICANT: LOCATION: PARCEL NOS: SUMMARY OF REQUEST West Valley Nursing Homes, Inc. Vicinity of the 300 block of N 40th Avenue, Yakima, WA 181322-13025, 13071, 13073 The applicant is requesting to change the future land use designation to High Density Residential and zoning to R-3, Multi -family Residential. CURRENT ZONING AND LAND USE The project site currently has a Medium Density Residential Future Land Use Map designation and is zoned R-2, Two-family Residential. The three parcels included in this request contain a number of different residential structures ranging from a single- family home to apartment buildings on approximately 1.84 acres of land. These properties lie to the south of Lincoln Avenue, West of the Yakima Valley Canal, east of N 40th Avenue and north of the applicant's existing senior housing complex. Adjacent properties have the following characteristics: Location Zoning Comprehensive Plan North R-1 Low Density Residential South R-3 High Density Residential Land Use Single -Family Residential Multi -Family Residential DOC. INDEX #C-1( East R-1 Low Density Residential Single -Family Residential West R-3 High Density Residential Single -Family Residential APPLICATION BACKGROUND The applicant herein has owned two of the subject properties since 2007 and the third property for longer.. Although this is a non -project rezone request it is fairly clear that the applicant intends to expand their existing senior housing facility onto this land. This expansion would be greatly simplified if these three properties were zoned R-3, similar to their adjacent operation to the north. COMMENTS RECEIVED Washington State Department of Ecology Based upon the historical agricultural use of this land, there is a possibility the soil contains residual concentrations of pesticides. Ecology recommends that the soils be sampled and analyzed for lead and arsenic and for organochlorine pesticides. If these contaminates are found at concentration above the MTCA clean-up levels Ecology recommends that potential buyers be notified of their occurrence. City of Yakima Streets & Traffic Operations The major problem for this site is the unconsolidated driveways and lack of a left turn lane on 40th Avenue. Future redevelopment should require that the site be limited to two commercial driveways and require the construction of a left turn lane on 40th Avenue or at least dedication of right-of-way for a future turn lane. No other comments were received during the open comment period for this application which ended on June 25, 2012. ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW This is a non -project application without a specific use or site plan to be considered. Consequently, there are not any significant adverse environmental impacts associated with this application. A Final Determination of Nonsignificance (DNS) was therefore issued on July 13, 2012. No appeal of the DNS decision was received during the 14 - day appeal period. PUBLIC NOTICE Mailing of Notice of Application Posting of property Public Hearing Notice Published 2 June 5, 2012 July 3, 2012 July 13, 2012 DOC. INDEX # G -II COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT APPROVAL CRITERIA In accordance with the provisions of the Yakima Municipal Code, the following criteria must be considered in the review of any proposed amendment to the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan. 16.10.040 (1): To alter the Future Land Use Map or other plan policy map, or effect a Comprehensive Plan text amendment, the proposed amendment must do one or more of the following: (a) Address circumstances that have changed since the last time the relevant Comprehensive Plan or text was considered: According to the application the Yakima area needs additional senior housing facilities and there is no reason for taking issue with this contention. Several new facilities have been constructed and more are in the planning stages. This change will allow an existing facility to expand to fulfill that need. (b) Better implement applicable Comprehensive Plan policies than the current relevant Comprehensive Plan map or text; The proposal better implements the applicable plan policies because it meets the following goal and policy: Goal 5.6 — Ensure an adequate supply of affordable housing for persons with special needs. Policy 5.6.1 — Support development of new units and the operation of existing units for housing persons with special needs. (c) Correct an obvious mapping error; No, it does not appear that an obvious mapping error occurred (d) Address an identified deficiency in the Comprehensive Plan; The existing deficiency is that the future land use map of the Comprehensive Plan does not currently provide for much in the way of new areas for high density development without first being approved for a comprehensive plan amendment. (e) Is the proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendment coordinated with, and take into consideration, the comprehensive plans adopted by Yakima County or cities with which the City of Yakima has, in part, common borders or related regional issues as may be required by RCW 36.70A.100? 3 DOC. INDEX # C-!1 This proposal is consistent with RCW 36.70A.100. In this area there are no other contiguous or nearby jurisdictions. (f) Proposed Comprehensive Plan amendments must be consistent with the Growth Management Act (GMA), Ch. 36.70A RCW, and the Yakima County Wide Planning Policy (CWPP). This proposal is consistent with the Growth Management Act and the Yakima County -wide Planning Policy because it directs growth to within an existing urban area and encourages infill of an area where all urban level services and facilities may be provided. Furthermore the proposal reduces sprawl and also encourages affordable housing to all economic segments of the population and promotes a variety of residential housing types. (g) Cumulative impacts of all Comprehensive Plan amendments, including those approved since the original adoption of the Comprehensive Plan, shall be considered in the evaluation of any proposed amendments. The cumulative impact when combined with all other requests is small. What impact there will be is a shift away from medium -density residential housing to high-density residential housing. From the perspective of the Comprehensive Plan this has a positive impact because it encourages infill projects within the city limits thereby maximizing the use of existing services and facilities. (h) For Future Land Use Map changes, please provide descriptive information regarding the property, including the status of existing land use, access to sewer and water, as well as the availability of public facilities such as schools, fire and police services. The subject property consists of three parcels totaling approximately 2 acres. The site contains a single-family residence, four 4-plexes, a training center for nursing assistants and associated parking. All urban services and facilities are available to the property, or can easily be extended to the property, as needed. CONCLUSIONS o The amendment is minor in nature. o No adverse impacts have been identified by this amendment request. o A Determination of Nonsignificance (DNS) was issued for this proposal on July 13, 2012 and the 14 -day appeal period ended on July 27, 2012. No appeal was received. o No public comments were received in opposition to this proposed amendment. 4 DOC. INDEX # Ci-// REZONE APPROVAL CRITERIA In accordance with the provisions of Yakima Municipal Code Section 15.23.030, recommendations to approve or deny proposed rezones shall include the following considerations: (1) Testimony at public hearing. A Notice of Application was mailed to all property owners within 300 feet of the subject properties on June 5, 2012 wherein they were invited to submit written and/or provide oral comments on this proposed amendment. Written comments which were received on or before June 25th have been incorporated into this report. After consideration of any public comments received during the course of the hearing it may be appropriate for the Planning Commission to modify the staffs recommendation. (2) The suitability of property in question for uses permitted under the proposed zoning. This property abuts a successful long standing senior housing facility owned and operated by the applicant herein. In as much as the existing facility has proved suitable this proposed expansion should be equally so. (3) The recommendations from interested agencies and departments. No agencies or departments have registered any opposition to this rezone. (4) Compliance with the Comprehensive Plan. (5) The rezone request is coupled with and contingent upon a requested amendment to the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan. If the amendment is approved the rezone request will be in compliance with the Plan. The adequacy of public facilities, such as roads, sewer, water, and other required public services. This property is currently being served by all public utilities necessary for the support of high density levels of residential land use. (6) The compatibility of the proposed zone change and associated uses with neighboring land uses. The surrounding properties are currently in residential use. To the north and east this site is separated from single-family residential properties by the Yakima Valley Canal. To the west, across N 40th Avenue, there are single-family residences within the R-3 zoning district. To the south is the applicants existing DOC. INDEX 5 # G-il (7) senior housing facility also zoned R-3. This proposed zone change is compatible with those adjacent land uses. The Public need for the proposed change. The public need involves providing sufficient housing and long-term care facilities for Yakima's aging population. The applicant is a longtime provider of these facilities and this comprehensive plan amendment and concurrent will allow them to expand their operations. CONCLUSIONS 1. The amendment is minor in nature. 2. No adverse impacts have been identified by the approval of this amendment request. 3. The requested rezone addresses a need for additional senior housing facilities in the community, 4. The property is currently served by all necessary public utilities needed to support high-density residential land uses. RECOMMENDATION The Department of Community and Economic Development recommends APPROVAL of this amendment request from Moderate Density Residential to High Density Residential to accommodate a concurrent rezone from R-2, Two-family Residential to R-3, Multi -family Residential.. 6 DOC. INDEX # G -l1 DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Planning Division 129 North 2nd Street, 2nd Floor Yakima, Washington 98901 (509) 575-6183 • Fax (509) 575-6105 www.buildingyakima.com • www.yakimawa.goviservices/planning City of Yakima Planning Commission PUBLIC HEARING City Hall Council Chambers Wednesday August 8, 2012 3:30 - 5:00 p.m. YPC Members: Chairman Ben Shoval, Co -Chair Bill Cook, Ron Anderson, Al Rose, Scott Clark, Dave Fonfara, Betty Carley City Planning Staff: Joan Davenport, Planning Manager; Bruce Benson, Supervising PIanner; Jeff Peters and Joseph Calhoun, Associate Planners; Chris Wilson, Assistant Planner; and Rosalinda Ibarra, Planning Technician Agenda I. Call to Order II. Audience Participation III. Public Hearings: 2012 Comprehensive Plan Amendments A. Donna Lockhart & Gary Rookstool - CPA#003-12 B. Washington Fruit & Produce Company - CPA#002-12 C. West Valley Nursing Homes - CPA#004-12 D. Yakima Venture Capital LLC - CPA#005-12 E. Apple Land Investments/Wayne Clasen - CPA#006-12 IV. Other Business V. Adjourn to August 22, 2012 DOC. INDEX YPC Packet Dis, aution List- West Valley Nursing Ht. s- CPA004-12 Scott Clark 2112 West Nob Hill Blvd Yakima, WA 98902 Dave Fonfara 8708 Cameo Court Yakima, WA 98903 Benjamin W. Shoval 123 East Yakima Avenue, Ste#210 Yakima, WA 98901 Alfred A. Rose 1006 Westbrook Place Yakima, WA 98908 Betty L. Carley 416 North 23r Avenue Yakima, WA 98902 William Cook 7701 Graystone Court Yakima, WA 98908 Ron Anderson 1112 South 20th Avenue Yakima, WA 98902 West Valley Nursing Homes, Inc 3801 Summitview Avenue Yakima, WA 98902 Louis Wessel 4004 Avalanche Avenue Yakima, WA 98908 Bill Hordan Planning Services 410 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 Type of Notice: File Number: Date of Mailing: cV',4-41-0o y -i 0101 1 ia- DOC. 'INDEX # C-10 P:BLIc A daily part of your life yakima-herald.com -Ad Proof - This is the proof of your ad scheduled to run on the dates indicated below. Please proof read notice carefully to check spelling and run dates, if you need to make changes Date: 07/10/12 Account#: 110358 Company Name: CITY OF YAKIMAJYAKIMA PLANNING Contact: ROSALINDA IBARRA Address: DEPT OF COMM/ECON DEVELOPEMENT 129 N 2ND STREET YAKIMA, WA 989012720 Telephone: (509) 575-6164 Account Rep: Phone # Email: Simon Sizer (509) 577-7740 ssizer@yakimaherald.com Ad ID: 213306 Start: 07/13/12 Stop: 07/13/12 Total Cost: 5147.62 Agate Lines: 154 # of Inserts: 1 Ad Class: 6021 Run Dates: Yakima Herald -Republic 07/13/12 DOC. Notice of Open Record Public Hearings. The following applications have been submitted for consideration during the City of Yakima's 2012 Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map Amendment and Rezone process. Applicant: Washington Fruit and Produce Co. Project Location: Vicinity of the 1500 block of N 6th Avenue Request: CPMA = Nine parcels from Regional Commercial to Industrial. RZ = Nine parcels from LCC, Large Convenience Center to M-1 Light Industrial. Parcel Nos. 181312-31005, 31007, 34400, 34401, 34402, 34403, 34404, 34405, and 34406 File Numbers: CPA#002-12, RZ#002-12, SEPA#014- 12. Applicant: Donna Lockhart and Gary Rookstool Project Location: 1021 S 31st Avenue. Request: CPMA = One parcel from Low -Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial. RZ = One parcel from R-1, Single -Family Residential to B-2, Local Business Parcel No. 181326-23491 File Numbers: CPA #003- 12, RZ #003-12 & SEPA #015-12. Applicant: West Valley Nursing Homes, Inc. Project Location: Vicinity of the 300 block of N 40th Avenue. Request: CPMA = Three parcels from Medium Density Residential to High Density Residential. RZ = Three parcels from R-2, Two-family Residential to R-3, Multi -family Resi- dential. Parcel Nos. 181322-13025, 13071, and 13073 File Numbers: CPA#004-12, RZ#004-12, SEPA#016- 12. Applicant: Yakima Venture Capital, LLC Project Location: 714 S 6th Street Request: CPMA = One parcel from Low Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial. RZ = One parcel from R-1, Single -Family Residential to B-2, Local Business Parcel No. 191319- 43507 File Numbers: CPA#005-12, RZ#005-12, SEPA#017-12. Applicant: Wayne Clasen and Apple Land Investments, LLC Project Location: Vicinity of the 8400 block of Occidental Road. Request: CPMA = Five parcels from Low Density Residential to High Density Residential. RZ = Five parcels from R-1, Sin- gle -Family Residential to R-3, Multi -Family Residen- tial. Parcel Nos. 181206-21001, 21005, 21007, 21401, and 21402 File Numbers: CPA#006-12, RZ#006-12, SEPA#018-12. The public hearings before the Yakima City Planning Commission for these 2012 Compre- hensive Plan Future Land Use Map amendments and rezones have been scheduled for Wednesday, August 8, 2012 beginning at 3:30pm in Council Chambers, City Hall, 129 N. 2nd Street, Yakima, WA. Any person desiring to express their views on these applications is invited to attend the public hearings or to submit their written comments to: City of Yakima Planning Division, 2nd Floor City Hall, 129 N. 2nd Street, Yakima, Wash- ington. If you have any questions on these proposals please contact Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner at (509) 575-6042 or e-mail at bbenson@ci.yakima. wa.us (213306) July 13, 2012 Courtesy of Yakima Herald -Republic AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING STATE OF WASHINGTON CITY OF YAKIMA RE: SEPA#016-12 West Valley Nursing Homes, Inc. 300 block of North 40th Avenue I, Rosalinda Ibarra, as an employee of the Yakima City 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, listed SEPA agencies, and all interested parties of record. That said property owners are individually listed on the mailing list retained by the Planning Division, and that said notices were mailed by me on the 13th day of July, 2012. That I mailed said notices in the manner herein set forth and that all of the statements made herein are just and true. Rosalinda Ibarra Planning Technician DOC. INDEX # C- Th Parties of Record - West Valley Nursing Homes - CPA#004-12, RZ#004-12, SEPA#016-12 Form List Bill Hordan Planning Services 410 North 2"d Street Yakima, WA 98901 West Valley Nursing Homes, Inc 3801 Summitview Avenue Yakima, WA 98902 Louis Wessel 4004 Avalanche Avenue Yakima, WA 98908 In -House Distribution E-mail List Name Division E-mail Address Dan Ford Engineering dford@ci.yakima.wa.us Sandy Cox Code Administration scox@ci.yakima.wa.us Jeff Cutter Legal Dept jcutter@ci.yakima.wa.us Archie Matthews ONDS amatthew@ci.ya1dma.wa.us Brandon Dorenbush Fire Dept bdorenbu@ci.yakima.wa.us Jerry Robertson Code Administration jroberts@ci.yakima.wa.us Royale Schneider Code Administration rschneid@ci.yakima.wa.us Mike Shane Water/Irrigation mshane(a,ci.yakima.wa.us Nathan Thompson Code Administration nthompso@ci.yakima.wa.us Kevin Futrell Transit Division kfutrelleci.yakima.wa.us Dave Brown Water Division dbrown@ci.yakima.wa.us Carolyn Belies Wastewater Division cbellesaci.yakima.wa.us For the Record/File Binder Copy Type of Notice: File Number: Date of Mailing: -ri.rict. I 'NS sePA4totto--ia-) 0111310 - DOC. INDEX # C- $a SEPA RE :WING AGENCIES _updated 03.01 ) - Form List Page 1 of 2 Ahtanum Irrigation District Executive Assistant, Beth Ann Brulotte bethb@ahtanum.net Cascade Natural Gas Field Facilitator, Jim Robinson Jim.robinson@cngc.com Department of Commerce Growth Management Services reviewteam@commerce.wa.gov Department of Ecology SEPA Policy Lead, Annie Szvetecz sepaunit(a,ecy.wa.gov Department of Natural Resources Assistant Land Manager, Linda Hazlett Linda.hazlett@dnr.wa.gov Department of Social & Health Services Andrew Jenkins andrew.ienkins@dshs.wa.gov Jeanne Rodriguez Jeanne.rodriguez@dshs.wa.gov Dept of Archaeology & Historic Preservation Local Government Archaeologist, Gretchen Kaehler Gretchen.Kaehler(adahp.wa.gov Dept of Archaeology & Historic Preservation Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer, Greg Griffith Greg.griffith@dahp.wa.gov Engineering Division City Engineer, Doug Mayo dmayo@ci.yakima.wa.us Nob Hill Water Association Engineering Technician, Jenna Leaverton ienna@.nobhillwater.org Office of Rural and Farm Worker Housing Marty Miller Martym2@orfh.org U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Regulatory Branch Project Manager, Karen Urelius Karen.M.Urelius@usace.anny.mil Wastewater Division Wastewater Manager, Scott Schafer sschafer@ci.yakima.wa.us West Valley School District Asst. Supt. Of Business & Operations, Angela Watts wattsa@wvsd208.org WSDOT Planning Engineer, Paul Gonseth gonsetpawsdot.gov WSDOT Development Services, Rick Holmstrom holmstrna,wsdot.wa.gov Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Superintendent, Bud Robbins Bud.robbins@bia.gov Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Deputy Superintendent for Trust Services, Steve Wangemann Steve.wangemann@bia.gov Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Environmental Coordinator, Rocco Clark Rocco.clarknabia.gov Yakama Nation Environmental Management Program Environmental Review Coordinator, Kristina Proszek enviroreview@yakama.com Yakama-Klickitat Fisheries Project John Marvin jmarvin@yakama.com Yakima Air Terminal Airport Asst Manager, Carl Remmel Carl.remmel@yakimaairtetminal.com Yakima County Commissioners Commissioners.web@co.vakima.wa.us Yakima County Public Services Planning Director, Steven Erickson Steven.Erickson@co.yakima.wa.us Yakima County Public Services Public Services Director, Vern Redifer Vern.redifer@co.yakima.wa.us Yakima Greenway Foundation Executive Director, Al Br.1,ii Cis ak yakimagreenway.org• Yakima Health District Director of Environmental Health, Gordon Kelly gordon.kelly@co.yakima.wa.us INDEX Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency Engineering Sc. Planning Supervisor, Hasan Tahat hasan@yrcaa.org Yakima Valley Conference of Governments, Planner Shawn Conrad conrads@yvcog.org Yakima Valley Museum Director, John A. Baule iohn@yakimavalleymuseum.org 1.11UInDCI01 1.u111111C1 . c 10 North 9th Street I Lily or union clap P.O. Box 3008 Department of Agriculture Kelly McLain Yakima, WA 98901 Union Gap, WA 98903 P.O. Box 42560 Olympia, WA 98504 Department of Ecology Gwen Clear 15 West Yakima Ave, Ste# 200 Yakima, WA 98902 Department of Fish & Wildlife Mark Teske 201 North Pearl Ellensburg, WA 98926 Department of Fisheries Eric Bartrand 1701 South 24th Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Environmental Protection Agency 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 Airport Planner Cayla Morgan 1601 Lind Ave SW Renton, WA 98055-4056 Pacific Power Mike Paulson 500 North Keys Rd Yakima, WA 98901 Q -West Tom McAvoy 8 South 2nd Ave, Rm#304 Yakima, WA 98902 Soil Conservation District Ray Wondercheck 1606 Perry Street, Ste. F Yakima, WA 98902 WA State Attorney General's Office 1433 Lakeside Court, Ste# 102 Yakima, WA 98902 WA State Dept of Health, Office of Drinking Water Christine Collins 16201 E Indiana Ave, Ste# 1500 Spokane Valley, WA 99216 WA State Emergency Mgmt Division Mitigation, Analysis, & Planning Manager Chuck Hagerhjelm Building 20 Camp Murray, WA 98430-5122 WSDOT, Aviation Division John Shambaugh 18204 59th Drive NE, Ste. B Arlington, WA 98223 Yakama Indian Nation Cultural Resources Program Johnson Meninick P.O. Box 151 Toppenish, WA 98948 Yakama Indian Nation Yakima Tribal Council Ruth Jim P.O. Box 151 Toppenish, WA 98948 Yakima School District Superintendent Elaine Beraza 104 North 4th Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Page 2 of 2 Type of Notice: File Number: Date of Mailing: -lflCL DNS SS P Mo 6-1 a- DOC. INDEX # c - Ra. Ibarra, Rosalinda From: lbarra, Rosalinda Sent: Friday, July 13, 2012 9:39 AM To: Ahtanum Irrigation District - Beth Ann Brulotte; Cascade Natural Gas - Jim Robinson; Department of Commerce (CTED) - Review Team; Department of Ecology - SEPA Unit; Department of Natural Resources - Linda Hazlett; Department of Social & Health Services - Andrew Jenkins; Department of Social & Health Services - Jeanne Rodriguez; Dept Archaeology & Historic Preservation - Greg Griffith; Dept Archaeology & Historic Preservation - Gretchen Kaehler; Ibarra, Rosalinda; Mayo, Doug; Nob Hill Water Association - Jenna Leaverton; Office of Rural & Farmworker Housing - Marty Miller; US Army Corps of. Engineers - Karen M. Urelius; Wastewater Division - Scott Schafer; West Valley School District - Angela Watts; WSDOT - Paul Gonseth; WSDOT - Rick Holmstrom; Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs - Bud Robbins; Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs - Rocco Clark; Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs - Steve Wangemann; Yakama Nation Environmental Mgmt Program - Kristina Proszek; Yakama-Klickitat Fisheries - John Marvin; Yakima Air Terminal - Aiport Manager; Yakima County Commissioners; Yakima County Planning Director - Steven Erickson; Yakima County Public Services Director, Vern Redifer; Yakima Greenway Foundation - Al Brown; Yakima Health District - Gordon Kelly; Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency - Hasan Tahat; Yakima Valley Conference of Govemments - Shawn Conrad; Yakima Valley Museum - John A. Baule Cc: Alfred A. Rose (silvrfx40@bmi.net); Benjamin W. Shoval (ben.shoval@shoval.com); Betty Carley; Bill Cook; Dave Fonfara; Ensey, Rick; Kunkler, Mark; Ron Anderson (rondedicatedrealty@hotmail.com); Scott Clark (scott.clark@charter.net); William Cook (cook.w@charter.net) Subject: NOTICE OF FINAL DNS - 2012 Comp Plan Amendments Attachments: FINAL DNS - WA Fruit - CPA002-12.pdf; FINAL DNS - Lockhart- Rookstool - CPA003-12.pdf; FINAL DNS - West Valley Homes Inc- CPA004-12.pdf; FINAL DNS - Yakima Venture - CPA005-12.pdf; FINAL DNS - Apple Land - CPA006-12.pdf Rpsafinda Ibarra Manning Technician nbana@ci vakima wa us City of Yakima 129 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 p: (509) 575-6183 f: (509) 575-6105 1 DOC. INDEX Ibarra, Rosalinda From: Ibarra, Rosalinda Sent: Friday, July 13, 2012 9:41 AM To: Bonds, Randy; Brown, Michael; Daily Sun News - Bob Story; El Sol de Yakima - Joseph Trevino; Ibarra, Rosalinda; KAPP TV - David Mance; KAPP TV News; KBBO-KRSE Radio - manager; KCJT TV News; KDNA - Gabriel Martinez; KDNA Radio; KEPR TV News; KIMA TV - Jim Niedelman; KIMA TV News; KIT/KATS/DMVW/KFFM - Lance Tormey; KNDO TV - Julie Stern; KNDO TV News; KUNS-TV Univision; KVEW TV News; Lozano, Bonnie; NWCN News; NWPR - Anna King; Tu Decides - Albert Torres; UNIVISION TV - Marta Isabel Sanchez; VIVA - Fernando Aceves; Yakima Herald Republic - Adriana Janovich; Yakima Herald Republic - Chris Bristol; Yakima Herald Republic - Craig Troianello; Yakima Herald Republic - Erin Snelgrove; Yakima Herald Republic - Mai Hoang; Yakima Herald Republic - Mark Morey; Yakima Herald Republic - Scott Mayes; Yakima Herald Republic Newspaper; Yakima Valley Business Joumal; Yakima Valley Business Times; Yakima Valley Business Times - George Finch; YPAC - Randy Beehler Subject: 07-13-2012 Press Release: 2012 Comp Plan Amendments YPC Public Hearing Notice Attachments: 2012 CPA Hearing Notices- Press Release.DOC RpsaEnda Ibarra Planning Technician nbaira@ca.vakima.wa.us City of Yakima 129 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 p: (509) 575-6183 f: (509) 575-6105 1 DOC. INDEX # C-4Sa NOTICE OF FINAL DECISION & HEARING Compliance with the Washington State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) July 13, 2012 On June 5, 2012, the City of Yakima, Washington issued a Notice of Application and Environmental Review regarding an Environmental Checklist application submitted by West Valley Nursing Homes Inc. The submitted checklist concerns the environmental review of the applicant's Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map Amendment and concurrent rezone. Location: Vicinity of 300 Block of N 40th Avenue, Yakima, WA Parcel Numbers: 181322-13025, 13071, and 13073 City File Numbers: CPA#004-12, RZ#004-12, SEPA #016-12 Following the required 20 -day public comment period, and consideration of all comments received, the City of Yakima has issued the enclosed SEPA Threshold Decision. This decision may be appealed within 14 days from the date of mailing. Appeals must be in writing and on forms available from the City of Yakima Planning Division, 129 North 2nd Street, Yakima, Washington. The fee of $580.00 must accompany the Appeal Application. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The public hearing before the City of Yakima Planning Commission has been scheduled for August 8, 2012 beginning at 3:30 pm in the City Council Chamber at City Hall. All interested parties are encouraged to attend so that they might address the Planning Commission on this matter. Comments may also be submitted in writing to the City of Yakima Planning Division, 129 North 2nd Street, Yakima, Washington. For further information or assistance, you may contact Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner at (509)575-6042 at the City Planning Division. Davenport ng Director Community & Economic Development Notice of Decision Mailing Date: July 13, 2012 Enclosures: SEPA Determination, & Mailing Map DOC. INDEX # C-� WASHINGTON STATE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT FINAL DETERMINATION OF NONSIGNIFICANCE CITY OF YAKIMA, WASHINGTON July 13, 2012 PROPOSAL: Amend the Future Land Use Map designation for three parcels from Medium Density Residential to High Density Residential and to concurrently rezone these parcels from R-2, Two-family Residential to R-3, Multi -family Residential. PROPONENT: West Valley Nursing Homes Inc. LOCATION: Vicinity of 300 Block of N 40th Avenue, Yakima, WA LEAD AGENCY: City of Yakima FILE NUMBER: SEPA #016-12 DETERMINATION: The lead agency for this proposal has determined that it will 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. The information is available to the public upon request at the City of Yakima Planning Division. This Final DNS is issued under WAC 197-11-355. There is no further comment period for this DNS. CONTACT PERSON: Contact Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner, CaII (509) 575- 6042 for more information. SEPA RESPONSIBLE OFFICIAL: Joan Davenport POSITION/TITLE: Acting Director Community & Economic Development TELEPHONE: 509 / 575-6183 ADDRESS: 129 North °2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901 DATE: July 13, 2012 SIGNATURE: Final DNS West Valley Nursing Homes, Inc. Vicinity of the 300 block of N 40th Avenue SEPA#016-12 DOC. INDEX # C - �' El You may appeal this determination to: Joan Davenport, Acting Director Community & Economic Development, at 129 N 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901. No later than: July 27, 2012 By (method) complete appeal application form and payment of $580 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. ❑There is no agency appeal. Final DNS West Valley Nursing Homes, Inc. Vicinity of the 300 block of N 40th Avenue SEPA#016-12 DOC. INDEX # C-7 CITY OF YAKIMA LAND USE ACTION INSTALLATION CERTIFICATE Pro eciNumber: ��t-c�`t— 12- Date of Installation: IEW Site Address: ,VA kit/ r 1!Static. � . Location of Installation (Check One) L"Land Use Action Sign is installed per standards described in YUAZO § 15.11.090(C). Land Use Action Sign is installed in an alternate location on the site. Note: this alternate location (if not pre -approved by the Code Administration and Planning Manager) may not he acceptable by the Code Administration and Planning Division and is subject to relocation (at the owner's expense) to a more visible site on the property. The alternative location is: I hereby testify that the sign installed fully complies with the Land Use Action sign layout specifications and installation standards, and that the sign will be maintained until a decision has been rendered. r Applicants Name (please print) Date Applicants Signature Telephone Number of Applicant /,,C�-- 5l —Z`if —lid The required comment period will begin when the Code Administration and Planning Division have received the Land Use Action Sign Installation Certification. The date of installation certificate receipt will begin the notice penod. Failure to post a Land Use Action sign and return this form in a timely manner will cause a delay in the application review. Please remit the above certification and deliver; FAX at 509-575-6105; or mail to: City of Yakima, Code Administration and Planning Division, 129 North Second Street, Yakima, WA 98901. DOC. INDEX # C-7 Benson, Bruce From: Ibarra, Rosalinda on behalf of Planning PostCard Sent: Tuesday, June 26, 2012 9:23 AM To: Benson, Bruce Subject FW: CPA#004-12 FYI — For the record/file. Thanks! RCI( 1nrl:� 1harra Plannine Technician nbana@ci.}akiaa.wa.us (5091 5754;183 From: Louis Wessel f mailto:IewesslOmsn.coml Sent Monday, lune 25, 2012 10:08 PM To: Planning PostCard Subject CPA#004-12 I have been unable to access the land use application information for CPA#004-12 online but I did want to make a comment on re -zoning the area in question from medium density residential to high density multi -family residential. The section of 40th Avenue between Lincoln and Summitview is, if not the most congested traffic area in the city, certainly near the top. It is not uncommon for traffic to be backed up for one and one-half blocks or more from the stoplights on 40th Avenue and Summitview and on 40th Avenue and Lincoln. Changing the area in question from two- family residential to high density multi -family residential will certainly impact an already congested corridor with cars crossing multiple lanes of traffic both entering and leaving 40th Avenue to access the properties in question. This corridor is a major corridor used by fire equipment (a fire station is just 2 blocks North) ambulance and police vehicles. Further congestion in this area could hamper their response times. For the above reason I am opposed to the zoning change unless there is very limited access to the properties from 40th Avenue. Perhaps if the major property access were to come off Lincoln the impact to existing traffic could be minimized. Louis Wessel 4004 Avalanche Avenue Yakima, WA 98908 509-961-9376 1 DOC. INDEX # C - LP AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING STATE OF WASHINGTON CITY OF YAKIMA RE: CPA#004-12, RZ#004-12, SEPA#016-12 West Valley Nursing Homes, Inc. 300 Block of North 40th Avenue 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 applicant; SEPA reviewing agencies, and all property owners of record within a radius of 300 feet of subject property, that said property owners are individually listed on the mailing list retained by the Planning Division, and that said notices were mailed by me on the 5th day of June, 2012. That I mailed said notices in the manner herein set forth and that all of the statements made herein are just and true. osalinda Ibarra Planning Technician DOC. INDEX # C -Sc. lbI.iZ21LUL1 ARMSTRONG RENTALS LLC 1 1 S 1.i22I LU22 ;ARMSTRONG RE LC 1 18132213020 yBUTCHART GARDEN COOP 81 KUUA UK SELAH, WA 989429624 51 KUL)A i) SELA 89429624 1802 SUNRISE PARK DK YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132224503 COURTNEY P & LOTUS J ROCKWELL TRUST 7136 SE STARK ST PORTLAND, OR 972152253 18132224499 SERNA FAMILY TRUST 306 N 40TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 18132213025 WEST VALLEY _ .:-:' '4.. HOME 3801 SU k!.1.«,'"'," W AVE Y . , • i , . , WA 98902 18132213073 WEST VALLEY NURSING HOME 3801 SUMMITVIEW AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132213071 WEST VALLE : -` f. ING HOME 3801 SU I. . - g IEW AVE YA.. -: = , WA 98902 18132213480 WEST VALLEY ,!,a ,"" HOMES 3801 SU �,-!, "' `Y EW AVE Y:: ,' i" A, WA 98902 18132213482 WEST VALLEY NUBBIN MES 3801 SUMMIT E YAKI 98902 18132213481 WEST VALLEY NUBS S 3801 SUMMITV E YAKIM 8902 18132212024 WILSON REAL ESTATE LLC 541 POMONA HEIGHTS RD YAKIMA, WA 989019352 18132213023 AL LANDIS 3812 EASTIVEW DR YAKIMA, WA 98908 18132224494 ALFREDO JOSE ESPINOSA 316 N 40TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 18132224523 BILLY R & JANICE N PRICHARD 6608 CHERRY RIDGE CT YAKIMA, WA 98908 18132224522 BILLY R & JANICE ►..• ' " "' ARD 6608 CHER' E CT YAK , "A 98908 18132212020 BYRON J & LAURIE J ARMSTRONG 81 KODA DR SEL 942 18132212023 CHARLES E. STANFIELD 3913 W LINCOLN AVE YAKIMA, WA 989022211 18132221422 CHING KWAN LAM & YONG TONG WEN 610 S 45TH AVE #B YAKIMA, WA 98908 18132224493 DAVID T ETAL MC CARTNEY 4505 UPLAND WAY YAKIMA, WA 989082870 18132224501 DEREK SUTTON 7903 ENGLEWOOD CR DR YAKIMA, WA 98908 18132224500 DEREK SUTTON 7903 ENG OD CR DR YAK1 , WA 98908 18132213417 DORENE K CHURCH 3806 MAVIS AVE YAKIMA, WA 989022249 18132224496 ELLEN 1 SAGAR 312 N 40TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 18132221419 FRANK J JR & MARY H VARGAS 21919 NE 156TH ST WOODINVILLE, WA 98077 18132213022 FREDERICK SHAWN VAN HOOSE 8912 229TH PLACE SW EDMONDS, WA 98026 18132213016 GORDON & LETA GIBSON 3809 EASTVIEW DR YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132212447 GWENDOLINE E BRADLEY TRUSTEE 402 N 39TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132224498 J KELLEY & DEBRA MARTIN 308 N 40TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 DOC. 18132221420 JAMES TIPTON III 1405 S 32ND AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132221421 JAMES L IDE 610 BALLARD RD ZILLAH, WA 98953 18132224497 INDEX JOSE LOPEZ JR # 310 N 40TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 18132224470 JOSE A & CELENIE CARDENAS MENDEZ 4008 AVALANCHE AVE YAKIMA, WA 989082913 18132213018 LANAH CASEBOLT 1 18132213414 ;AWRENCE REILLY 1 18132213458 LINDA BROWN 3800 SUNRISE PARK llK YAKIMA, WA 989022260 3807 MAVIS AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 314 N 38TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132224495 LLOYD I & CARRIE LARSON 314 N 40TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 18132224451 LOUIS WESSEL 4004 AVALANCHE AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 18132224507 MAX W VON ZIMMERMANN 107 S 10TH ST SELAH, WA 98942 18132213021 MERYL HILL 3902 SUNRISE PARK DR YAKIMA, WA 989022262 18132213019 MICHAEL & DONNA SMITH 3802 SUNRISE PARK DR YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132221418 RALPH & DOROTHY E WOLF 4006 RICHEY RD YAKIMA, WA 989082660 18132213024 RICHARD RAY PURCELL 3912 SUNRISE PARK DR YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132224509 RICHARD W & LILLIAN HAMLIN 4010 W LINCOLN AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 18132224502 RICK L & LINDA K KING 2002 NILE RD NACHES, WA 989379450 18132224508 ROGER W & DEBORAH F MEYER 2610 BARGE ST YAKIMA, WA 989022821 18132213457 VELMA E HUIBREGTSE 312 N 38TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 47 - j 410 Total Parce - est Valley Nursing Homes, Inc - CPA#004-12, RZ#004-12, SEPA#016- 12 Bill Hordan Planning Services 410 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 S� Pe, On ng (1kCi 1M3P Le/511a- DOC. INDEX # G --5b SEPA RE SWING AGENCIES _updated 03.01 - Form List Page 1 of 2 Ahtanum Irrigation District Executive Assistant, Beth Ann Brulotte bethb@ahtanum.net Cascade Natural Gas Field Facilitator, Jim Robinson Jim.robinson@cngc.com Department of Commerce Growth Management Services reviewteamna,commerce.wa.gov Department of Ecology SEPA Policy Lead, Annie Szvetecz sepaunit@,ecy.wa.gov Department of Natural Resources Assistant Land Manager, Linda Hazlett Linda.hazlettc dnr.wa.gov Department of Social & Health Services Andrew Jenkins andrew.jenkinse,,dshs.wa.gov Jeanne Rodriguez Jeanne.rodriguez@a,dshs.wa.gov Dept of Archaeology & Historic Preservation Local Government Archaeologist, Gretchen Kaehler Gretchen.Kaehler(a,dahp.wa.gov Dept of Archaeology & Historic Preservation Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer, Greg Griffith Greg.griffithedahp.wa.gov Engineering Division City Engineer, Doug Mayo dmayo(hci.vakima.wa.us Nob Hill Water Association Engineering Technician, Jenna Leaverton jenna@nobhillwater.org Office of Rural and Farm Worker Housing Marty Miller Martym2@orfh.org U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Regulatory Branch Project Manager, Karen Urelius Karen.M.Urelius@usace.army.mil Wastewater Division Wastewater Manager, Scott Schafer sschafer@ci.yakima.wa.us West Valley School District Asst. Supt. Of Business & Operations, Angela Watts wattsa(a,wvsd208.org WSDOT Planning Engineer, Paul Gonseth gonsetp@wsdot.gov WSDOT Development Services, Rick Holmstrom holmstr@wsdot.wa.gov Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Superintendent, Bud Robbins Bud.robbins@bia.gov Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Deputy Superintendent for Trust Services, Steve Wangemann Steve.wangemann(a,bia.gov Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Environmental Coordinator, Rocco Clark Rocco.clark(abia.gov Yakama Nation Environmental Management Program Environmental Review Coordinator, Kristina Proszek enviroreview(a,yakama.com Yakama-Klickitat Fisheries Project John Marvin imarvinOyakama.com Yakima Air Terminal Airport Asst Manager, Carl Remmel Carl.remmel@yakimaairterminal.com Yakima County Commissioners Commissioners.web@co.yakima.wa.us Yakima County Public Services Planning Director, Steven Erickson Steven.Erickson@co.yakima.wa.us Yakima County Public Services Public Services Director, Vern Redifer Vern.redifer@co.yakima.wa.us Yakima Greenway Foundation Executive Director, Al Bro al@yakimagreenway.org DuC• Yakima Health District Director of Environmental Health, Gordon Kelly gordon.kelly@co.yakima.wa.us @NDEC Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency Engineering & Planning Supervisor, Hasan Tahat hasane,yrcaa.org # Yakima Valley Conference of Governments, Planner Shawn Conrad conrads@yvcog.org Yakima Valley Museum Director, John A. Baule john(.yakimavalleymuseum.org Chamber of Commerce 10 North 9th Street 1 City of Union Gap i P.O. Box 3008 1 Department of Agriculture Kelly McLain Yakima, WA 98901 Union Gap, WA 98903 P.O. Box 42560 Olympia, WA 98504 Department of Ecology Gwen Clear 15 West Yakima Ave, Ste# 200 Yakima, WA 98902 Department of Fish & Wildlife Mark Teske 201 North Pearl Ellensburg, WA 98926 Department of Fisheries Eric Bartrand 1701 South 24th Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Environmental Protection Agency 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 Airport Planner Cayla Morgan 1601 Lind Ave SW Renton, WA 98055-4056 Pacific Power Mike Paulson 500 North Keys Rd Yakima, WA 98901 Q -West Tom McAvoy 8 South 2nd Ave, Rm#304 Yakima, WA 98902 Soil Conservation District Ray Wondercheck 1606 Perry Street, Ste. F Yakima, WA 98902 WA State Attorney General's Office 1433 Lakeside Court, Ste# 102 Yakima, WA 98902 WA State Dept of Health, Office of Drinking Water Christine Collins 16201 E Indiana Ave, Ste# 1500 Spokane Valley, WA 99216 WA State Emergency Mgmt Division Mitigation, Analysis, & Planning Manager Chuck Hagerhjelm Building 20 Camp Murray, WA 98430-5122 WSDOT, Aviation Division John Shambaugh 18204 59th Drive NE, Ste. B Arlington, WA 98223 Yakama Indian Nation Cultural Resources Program Johnson Meninick P.O. Box 151 Toppenish, WA 98948 Yakama Indian Nation Yakima Tribal Council Ruth Jim P.O. Box 151 Toppenish, WA 98948 Yakima School District Superintendent Elaine Beraza 104 North 4th Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Page 2 of 2 Type of Notice: File Number: Date of Mailing: fl App, 57°A , yPc f'e ri/ (),PAS OD -i a Ce/.51/9 DOC. INDEX # C - 5 b In -House Distribution E-mail List Name Division E-mail Address Dan Ford Engineering dford@ci.yakima.wa.us Sandy Cox Code Administration scox@ci.yakima.wa.us Jeff Cutter Legal Dept icutter@ci.yakima.wa.us Archie Matthews ONDS amatthew@ci.yakima.wa.us Brandon Dorenbush Fire Dept bdorenbu@ci.vakima.wa.us Michael Morales CED Dept mmorales@ci.yakima.wa.us Jerry Robertson Code Administration jroberts@ci.yakima.wa.us Royale Schneider Code Administration rschneideci.yakima.wa.us Mike Shane Water/Irrigation mshane@ci.yakima.wa.us Nathan Thompson Code Administration nthompso@ci.yakima.wa.us Kevin Futrell Transit Division kfutrell@ci.vakima.wa.us Dave Brown Water Division dbrown@ci.vakima.wa.us Carolyn Belles Wastewater Division cbelles@ci.yakima.wa.us For the Record/File Binder Copy Type of Notice: File Number(s): Date of Mailing: 'PC ilia App, SEPA , 1-1-,Air1. 9 ePA-Fool/ -1 - 40/5-7/ 2- DOC. P /S72 - DOC. INDEX # G -5b lbarra, Rosalinda From: lbarra, Rosalinda Sent: Tuesday, June 05, 2012 2:33 PM To: Ahtanum Irrigation District - Beth Ann Brulotte; Cascade Natural Gas - Jim Robinson; Department of Commerce (CTED) - Review Team; Department of Ecology - SEPA Unit; Department of Natural Resources - Linda Hazlett; Department of Social & Health Services - Andrew Jenkins; Department of Social & Health Services - Jeanne Rodriguez; Dept Archaeology & Historic Preservation - Greg Griffith; Dept Archaeology & Historic Preservation - Gretchen Kaehler, lbarra, Rosalinda; Mayo, Doug; Nob Hill Water Association - Jenna Leaverton; Office of Rural & Farmworker Housing - Marty Miller; US Army Corps of Engineers - Karen M. Urelius; Wastewater Division - Scott Schafer; West Valley School District - Angela Watts; WSDOT - Paul Gonseth; WSDOT - Rick Holmstrom; Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs - Bud Robbins; Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs - Rocco Clark; Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs - Steve Wangemann; Yakama Nation Environmental Mgmt Program - Kristina Proszek; Yakama-Klickitat Fisheries - John Marvin; Yakima Air Terminal - Aiport Manager; Yakima County Commissioners; Yakima County Planning Director - Steven Erickson; Yakima County Public Services Director, Vem Redifer; Yakima Greenway Foundation - Al Brown; Yakima Health District - Gordon Kelly; Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency - Hasan Tahat; Yakima Valley Conference of Govemments - Shawn Conrad; Yakima Valley Museum - John A. Baule Cc: Belles, Carolyn; Brown, Dave; Cox, Sandy; Cutter, Jeff; Denman, Glenn; Dorenbush, Brandon; Ford, Dan; Futrell, Kevin; Matthews, Archie; Morales, Michael; Robertson, Jerry; Schneider, Royale; Shane, Mike; Thompson, Nathan Subject: 2012 Comp Plan Amendments - Notice of App, SEPA, YPC Public Hearing Attachments: NTC APP SEPA HEARING - Carlson Trust - CPA001-12.pdf; NTC APP SEPA HEARING - WA Fruit Co- CPA002-12.pdf; NTC APP SEPA HEARING - Lockhart-Rookstool - CPA003-12.pdf; NTC APP SEPA HEARING - WV Nursing Homes - CPA004-12.pdf; NTC APP SEPA HEARING - Yak Venture - CPA005-12.pdf; NTC APP SEPA HEARING - Appleland-Clasen - CPA006-12.pdf Application No Project Name Site Address Project Description CPA#001-12 MELVIN G. & MAE J. CARLSON REVOCABLE TRUST NE CORNER OF 96TH AVE & TIETON DR Change the Future Land Us parcels from Low Density F Commercial and rezone the; Residential) to B-2 (Local E CPA#002-12 WASHINGTON FRUIT & PRODUCE CO 1500 BLOCK OF N 6TH AVE Change the Future Land Us, parcels from Regional Com nine parcels from Large Co) Industrial (M-1) for future e CPA#003-12 DONNA LOCKHART & GARY ROOKSTOOL 1021 S 31ST AVE Change the Future Land Us. from Medium Density Resit Commercial and rezone fro) 1) to Local Business (B-2). CPA#004-12 WEST VALLEY NURSING HOMES, INC 300 BLOCK OF N 40TH AVE Change the Future Land Us. parcels from Medium Densi Residential and rezone frozr to Multi -Family Residential CPA#005-12 YAKIMA VENTURE CAPITAL LLC 714 SOUTH 6TH STREET Change the Future Land Us. from Low Density Resident and rezone from Single -Fan Business (B-2). CPA#006-12 APPLE LAND INVESTMENTS LLC / WAYNE CLASEN 8400 BLOCK OF OCCIDENTAL ROAD DOC. 1NDFX Change the Future Land Us. parcels from Low Density F Residential and rezone fro zr to Multi -Family Residential community campus. 1 # C -5b r :.•,.."City of Yakima PUBLIC NOTICE OF Planning Department <."- 129 N 2nd St LAND USE REVIEW Yakima, WA 98901 Date of Notice of Application - 06/05/2012 Project Name: WEST VALLEY NURSING HOMES, INC CPA#004-12 Location: 300 BLOCK OF N 40TH AVE Proposal: Change the Future Land Use map designation for three parcels from Medium Density Residential to High Density Residential and rezone from Two-Family Residential (R-2) to Multi-Family Residential (R-3). A land use application has been submitted near your property. This is your notice of that application. To view information on-line go to: http://www.vakimawa.00v/postcard When prompted enter CPA#004-12 in the Application ID text box. Click the Submit button to view the land use application information. More information is available from the City of Yakima Planning Division, 129 North 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901 or call (509) 575-6183. Bruce Benson/575-6042/Supervising Planner/bbenson@ci.yakima.wa.us Decisions and future notices will be sent to anyone who submits comments on this application or requests additional notice. Comments may be submitted in writing to the address above or by email to: planning@ci.yakima.wa.us - Please include the Application ID in the email subject line. Also include your name and address in the email. Written or emailed comments must be received by 5:OOpm on 06/25/2012 Public Hearing Date: 08/22/2012 Public hearings are scheduled to begin at 3:30pm in the Yakima City Council Chambers of City Hall located at: 129 North Second Street, Yakima, WA 98901 This application may include multiple land use types, including compliance with the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA). For specific information, please contact the Planning Division. Si necesita informaci6n en espafiol por favor (lame al (509)575-6183. ` Application Submitted: 04/30/2012 Application Complete: 05/23/2012 City of Yakima Planning Department 129 N 2nd St Yakima, WA 98901 LAND USE PUBLIC NOTICE Location of Proposed Action DOC. INDEX # G- 5a CITY OF YAKIMA NOTICE OF APPLICATION, ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW AND PUBLIC HEARING DATE: TO: FROM: SUBJECT: June 5, 2012 SEPA Reviewing Agencies, Applicant and Adjoining Property Owners Joan Davenport, Planning Manager Comprehensive Plan Map Amendment, Rezone and Environmental Review. NOTICE OF APPLICATION File Number: CPA#004-12, RZ#004-12, SEPA#016-12 Project Applicant: Bill Hordan — Hordan Planning Services Project Location: Vicinity of the 300 block of N 40th Avenue, Yakima, WA Parcel Numbers: 181322-13025, 13071, 13073 PROJECT DESCRIPTION The City of Yakima Department of Community & Economic Development has received applications from Bill Hordan, on behalf of property owner West Valley Nursing Homes, inc. for a Comprehensive Plan Map Amendment (CPMA), Rezone and Environmental Review of the subject property. The owner is requesting to change the Future Land Use Map designation for this property from Medium Density Residential to High Density Residential and to concurrently rezone these parcels from R-2, Two-family Residential to R-3, Multi -family Residential (see attached documents for further details). ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW This is to notify all the public and private agencies with jurisdiction and environmental expertise that the City of Yakima Division of Environmental Planning has been established as the lead agency, pursuant to the Washington State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) for the above stated project: The City of Yakima is presently inclined towards the issuance of a Determination of Non Significance (DNS) on this project utilizing the procedures set forth in WAC 197-11-355. This may be your only opportunity to comment on the environmental impacts of this proposal. The following conditions have been identified that may be used to mitigate any adverse environmental impacts: None DOC. INDEX # G-5 Required Permits: None Required Studies: None Existing Environmental Documents: None Preliminary determination of the development regulations that will be used for proposal mitigation and consistency: Urban Area Zoning Ordinance and Urban Area Comprehensive Plan. 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, WA. REQUEST FOR WRITTEN COMMENTS You have the right to comment on this application and to become a party of record. Agencies, tribes, and the public are encouraged to review and comment on this proposal and its probable environmental impacts. All written comments received by 5:00 pm June 25, 2012 (regarding the SEPA Review) will be considered prior to issuing the final determination on this application. Please mail your comments on this project to: Joan Davenport, Planning Manager City of Yakima, 129 N 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901. Please be sure to reference the file numbers (CPA#004-12, RZ#004- 12, and SEPA #016-12) or the applicant's name (West Valley Nursing Homes, Inc.) in any written correspondence. NOTICE OF DECISION A copy of the SEPA threshold determination will be mailed to you after the end of the 20 -day comment period. There will be a 14 - day SEPA appeal period effective upon the date of mailing the threshold determination. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING This comprehensive plan map amendment request and concurrent rezone will require two public hearings; one open record hearing before the City of Yakima's Planning Commission to be followed by a closed record hearing before the Yakima City Council. The public hearing before the Planning Commission has been tentatively scheduled for Wednesday, August 22, 2012, beginning at 3:30 pm, in the Council Chambers, City Hall, 129 N 2nd Street, Yakima, WA. Any person desiring to express their views on this matter is invited to attend the public hearing or to submit their written comments to: City of Yakima, Planning Division, 129 N 2nd St., Yakima, WA 98901. A separate notice will be provided for the public hearing before the Yakima City Council. If you have any questions on this proposal, please call Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner at (509) 575-6042 or e-mail at bbenson@ci.yakima.wa.us Encl: Applications, Environmental Checklist, and Mailing Map DOC. INDEX # G-5 STATE OF WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 1011 Plum Street SE • PO Box 42525 • Olympia, Washington 99504-2525 • (360) 725-4000 wn w.commerce.wra.gov June 7, 2012 Joan Davenport Planning Manager City of Yakima 129 North Second Street Yakima, Washington 98901 Dear Ms. Davenport: Thank you for sending the Washington State Department of Commerce (Commerce) the following materials as required under RCW 36.70A.106. Please keep this letter as documentation that you have met this procedural requirement. City of Yakima - Proposed 2012 Comprehensive Plan amendments, including site rezones, and changes to the Future Land Use Map designations (CPA #001-12, 002-12, 003-12, 004-12, 005-12, and 006-12). These materials were received on June 05, 2012 and processed with the Material ID # 18144. We have forwarded a copy of this notice to other state agencies. If this submitted material is an adopted amendment, then please keep this letter as documentation that you have met the procedural requirement under RCW 36.70A.106. If you have submitted this material as a draft amendment, then final adoption may occur no earlier than sixty days following the date of receipt by Commerce. Please remember to submit the final adopted amendment to Commerce within ten days of adoption. If you have any questions, please contact Growth Management Services at reviewteam@commerce.wa.gov, or call Dave Andersen (509) 434-4491 or Paul Johnson (360) 725-3048. Sincerely, Review Team Growth Management Services DOC. INDEX June 8, 2012 To: Bruce Benson Supervising Planner From: Joe Rosenlund Streets & Traffic Operations Manager Re: CPA 004-12, West Valley Nursing Home, 40th Ave The major problem for this site is the unconsolidated driveways and lack of a left turn lane on 40th Avenue. Future redevelopment should require that the site be limited to two commercial driveways and require the construction of a left turn lane on 40th Avenue or at least dedication of right-of-way for a future turn lane. DOC. INDEX # G --I& DST Distribution List Applicant: West Valley Nursing Homes, Inc. File Number. CPA#004-12, RZ#004-12, SEPA#016-12 Date of DST Meeting: Tune 20, 2012 Assigned Planner Bruce Benson City of Yakima Divisions and Yakima Coun x Codes Joe Caruso P.O. Box 102, Yakima, WA 98901 Codes Sandy Cox Jamie Lee Stickel Codes Jerry Robertson Committee for Downtown Yakima Codes Royale Schneider x Codes Nathan Thompson x Codes Glenn Denman x Engineering Dan Ford x Stormwater Engineer Randy Meloy x Water/Irrigation Mike Shane x Wastewater Scott Schafer x Wastewater Shelley Willson x Fire Department Brandon Dorenbush Other Agencies x Streets/Traffic Engineering Joe Rosenlund P.O. Box 102, Yakima, WA 98901 Utility Services Pete Hobbs Jamie Lee Stickel Parks and Recreation Ken Wilkinson Committee for Downtown Yakima Transit Ken Mehin x Transit Kevin Futrell x Police Department Shawn Boyle Rick Dieker/John Dickman Refuse Nancy Fortier Nob Hill Water Yakima County Public Svcs Vern Redifer Yakima County Planning Steve Erickson 1210 Ahtanum Ridge Dr, Union Gap 98903 911 Communications Wayne Wantland Gwen Clear County Flood Control District Jeff Legg No. Yakima Soil Conservation District Ray Wondercheck 1606 Perry St Ste F, Yakima 98902 Updated as of 08/24/2011 Capitol Theatre Gay Parker P.O. Box 102, Yakima, WA 98901 Committee for Downtown Yakima Jamie Lee Stickel 115 North 3rd Street, Yakima 98901 Committee for Downtown Yakima James Stickel P.O. Box 9668, Yakima 98909 Committee Manager - CDY Manager P.O. Box 881, Yakima 98901 Yakima Tieton Irrigation District Rick Dieker/John Dickman 470 Camp 4 Rd. Yakima, WA 98908 Nob Hill Water Jenna Leaverton 6111 Tieton Drive, Yakima 98908 Yakima County Health District Art McKuen 1210 Ahtanum Ridge Dr, Union Gap 98903 x WA State Department of Ecology Gwen Clear 15 W Yakima Ave Ste #200, Yakima 98902 No. Yakima Soil Conservation District Ray Wondercheck 1606 Perry St Ste F, Yakima 98902 Pacific Power and Light Co. Mike Paulson 500 N. Keys Rd, Yakima 98901 Qwest Tom McAvoy 8 South 2nd Ave Rm 304, Yakima 98902 Cascade Natural Gas Co. Sheila Ross 701 South 1st Ave, Yakima 98902 Yakima School District #7 Elaine Beraza 104 North 4th Ave, Yakima 98902 West Valley School District #208 Peter Ansingh 8902 Zier Rd, Yakima 98908 Charter Communications Kevin Chilcote 1005 North 16th Ave, Yakima 98902 County Clean Air Authority Gary Pruitt 329 North 1st Street, Yakima 98901 Yakima Waste Systems Scott Robertson 2812 Terrace Heights Dr, Yakima 98901 Yakima Greenway Foundation Al Brown 111 South 18th Street, Yakima 98901 US Post Office Jeff McKee 205 West Washington Ave, Yakima 98903 Yakima Valley Canal Co. Robert Smoot 1640 Garretson Lane, Yakima 98908 Department of Wildlife 1701 South 24th Ave, Yakima 98902 Department of Natural Resources 713 Bowers Rd, Ellensburg 98926 WSDOT (Dept of Transportation) Salah Al-Tamini 2809 Rudkin Rd, Union Gap 98903 Department of Fisheries Eric Bartrand P.O. Box 9155, Yakima 98909 Yakama Indian Nation Thalia Sachtleben P.O. Box 151, Toppenish 98948 Yakima Airport Lee Rimmel 2400 West Washington Ave, Yakima 98903 Trolleys Paul Edmondson 313 North 3r4 Street, Yakima 98901 City of Union Gap David Spurlock P.O. Box 3008, Union Gap 98903 WSDOT, Aviation Division John Shambaugh 18204 59th Drive NE, Ste B, Arlington WA 98223 Governor's Office of Indian Affairs PO Box 40909, Olympia, WA 98504 Ahtanum Irrigation District Beth Ann Breye- PO Box 563, Yakima, WA. 98907 Yakima-Klickitat Fisheries Project John Marvin v 771 Pence Road, Yakima, WA 98909 Department of Fish & Wildlife Mark Teske i` a 201 North Pearl, Ellensburg, WA 98926 Updated as of 08/24/2011 Ibarra, Rosalinda From: lbarra, Rosalinda Sent: Thursday, May 31, 2012 1:57 PM To: Caruso, Joe; Denman, Glenn; Ford, Dan; Meloy, Randy; Shane, Mike; Schafer, Scott; Willson, Shelley; Dorenbush, Brandon; Rosenlund, Joseph; Futrell, Kevin; Boyle, Shawn Cc:'steven.erickson©dico.yakima.wa.us' Subject: DST PACKETS - 2012 Comp Plan Amendments - CPA#001-12, CPA#002-12, CPA#003-12, CPA#004-12, CPA#005-12, CPA#006-12 Attachments: DST PACKET - Carlson Rev Trust - CPA001-12.pdf; DST PACKET - WA Fruit and Produce - CPA002-12.pdf; DST PACKET - Lockhart-Rookstool - CPA003-12.pdf; DST PACKET - WV Nursing Homes - CPA004-12.pdf; DST PACKET - Yakima Venture - CPA005-12.pdf; DST PACKET - AppleLand-Clasen - CPA006-12.pdf DST meeting scheduled fortune 20, 2012. Please submit your comments in Paladin or e-mail them to the assigned planner no later than the meeting date. Rpsafsnda Acura Planning Technician nbarra@ci.vakima.waus City of Yakima 129 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 p: (509) 575-6183 f: (509) 575-6105 1 DOC. INDEX City of Yakima Development Services Team Request For Comments June 5, 2011 To: City of Yakima Development Services Team From: Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner Subject: Request for Comments Applicant: West Valley Nursing Homes, Inc. File Number: CPA#004-12, RZ#004-12, SEPA#016-12 Location: Vicinity of the 300 block of N 406 Avenue Parcel Number(s): 181322-13025, 13071, 13073 DST MEETING DATE: 6/20/2012 Proposal Comprehensive Plan Amendment request to change Future Land Use Map designation from Medium Density Residential to High Density Residential and to concurrently rezone these parcels from R-2, Two-family Residential to R-3, Multi -family Residential. No project is proposed in this application. Please review the attached application and site plan and prepare any written comments you might have regarding this proposal. This project will come up for discussion at the weekly DST meeting to be held June 20, 2012 at 9:30 a.m. As always, should you have comments, but find you are unable to attend, please submit your comments prior to the meeting. My email address is bbenson@ci.yakima.wa.us and the Planning Department's fax number is (509) 575-6105. Should you have any questions, or require additional information, please call me at (509) 575-6042 Comments: Contact Person Department/Agency DOC. INDEX # STATE OF WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF ECOLOGY 15 W Yakima Ave, Ste 200 • Yakima, WA 98902-3452 • (509) 575-2490 June 15, 2012 Joan Davenport Planning Manager City of Yakima 129 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 Re: CPA 004-12/RZ 004-12/SEPA 016-12 Dear Ms. Davenport: (DECEIVED JUN 1 8 2012 COF YAKIMA ITY PLANNING DIV. Thank you for the opportunity to comment on the pre -threshold determination for the comprehensive plan amendment and rezone from R-2 to R-3, proposed by West Valley Nursing Homes Inc. We have reviewed the environmental checklist and have the following comment. Toxics Clean-up Based upon the historical agricultural use of this land, there is a possibility the soil contains residual concentrations of pesticides. Ecology recommends that the soils be sampled and analyzed for lead and arsenic and for organochlorine pesticides. If these contaminants are found at concentrations above the MTCA clean-up levels Ecology recommends that potential buyers be notified of their occurrence. If you have any questions or would like to respond to these Toxics Clean-up comments, please contact Valerie Bound at (509) 454-7886. Sincerely, Gwen Clear Environmental Review Coordinator Central Regional Office (509) 575-2012 557 DOC. INDEX EXIT R-3 LNCOLN AVENUE RECEIVED APR 3 0 2012 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING OIV. REMODELED ASSISTED LIVING (30 &UT5) I I LIVING COURT _�-Ht--tittti-rtl±R1-P SUMMITVIEW AVENUE r LIVING CARE RETIREMENT COMMUNITY DOC. INDEX # C-3 z Mai -MTV -Ay • Richcv Rd 1 z Avalanche Avc z ra ri DEI YAKIMA COUNTY MavlsAYL ---SgfpQlitvicw Ave L ncoln A GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SERVICES Subject Properties j■ ■ Subject Properties A/ All Roads Tax Lots o 13 RE000) INn3 0:'!12 OF y AKI�A -PLANNING DIV. Parcel Lot Imes are for visual display only. Do not use for legal purposes. 0 100 200 300 400 Feel 1'= 300 feet Yak mvp.cem_ Copyright (C) 2012 Yakima County This map was derived from several databases. The County cannot accept responsibility for any errors. Therefore.there are no warranties for this product RIO( dateApr 1 r. J J 1 I9 J • • YAKIMA COUNTY GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SERVICES Subject Properties Critical Areas ■ ■ as Subject Properties FEMA 100 Year FLOODWAY Floodway FEMA 100 Year FLOODPLAIN Zone A Z PotentionaAEal Wetlands '—' Local Wetland Inventory ream Type - 2006 CAO 1 N2 3 �•••,<` 4 or 5 Undelermned 5 Man-made SMP Lakaa Environments - natursl - COnBBNanCy Nrel urban urban con Floodway/CMZ SMP Streams Environments Q natural conservancy rural urban urban con 1 C) o 0 oZ Parcel Lot lines are for visual display only. Do not use for legal purposes. 0 100 200 300 400 Feet 1'= 300 feet (mitt IF Yakirnap.cem Copyright (C) 2012 Yakima County This map wee derived from several databases. The County nmol accept responsibility for any errors. Theretore.there are no warranties for this product. Plot date: Apr 17. 2012: map2 J iii YAKIMA COUNTY OEOORA►MIC INFORIIATION SERVICES Site and Adjacent Existing Future Land Use .. Subject Properties N All Roads QTax Lots Future Land Use Low Density Residential Medium Densly Residential - Ho Density Residential Processional Office - Regional Commercial - Neighborhood Commercial - Large Convenience Center Arterial Commercial CBD Core Commercial industrial o RECEIVED APR 3 0 2312 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. Parcel Lot Ines are for visual display only. Do not use for legal purposes. 0 100 200 300 400 Feat 1•= 300 feet M Yak' map -CALM Copyright (C) 2012 Yakima County This map was derived from several databases. The Cony cannot accept responsibility for any errors. Theretare,there era no warranties tor this product. Piot date* Apr 17.2012; map3 IrTRfAQiT YAKIMA COUNTY 1 W Lamle A' GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SERVICES Proposed Future Land Use ■ ■ ■ Subject Properties V All Roads QTax Lots Future Land Use Low Densly Residenbal Medium Density Residential - Nigh Densly Residential - Professional Office ®Regional Commercial Neighborhood Commercial - Large Convenience Center Artenal Commercial C8D Core CammerG& Industrial RECEIVED APR 3 0 2312 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. Parcel Lot lines are for visual display only. Do not use for legal purposes. X\ % 0 100 200 300 400 feel 1'. 300 reel Yakima', Yakimap.c.m N 1 1 Copyright (C) 2012 Yakima County TNs map was derived from several databases. The County cannot accept responsibility for any errors. Therefore.thera ere no warranties for this product. Piot dao: Apr 17, 2012: map4 1 Richcv d • t ,rs:v,nAc W�Ave vtabA A,,c W Lincoln AI YAKIMA COUNTY GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SERVICE$ Existing Zoning ■ ■ Subject Properties N A0 Roads QTax Lots City of Yakima Zoning SR Suburban Residential R-1 Single Family N. R-2 Two Family ▪ R-3 Multi -Family B-1 Professional Business MI B-2 Local Business _ HO Histoncal Business SCC Small Convenience Center • LCC Large Convenience Center • CBD Central Business District ▪ CBD CBD Support GC General Convnercial M-1 Light Industrial M-2 Heavy Industrial RD Regional Development AS Airport Support RECEIVED APR 3 0 2211 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. Parcel Lot lines are for visual display only. Do not use for legal purposes. 0 100 200 300 100 Fest 7'= 300 feet r _Ya k m, VIO M Ya-kimap.c9m Copyright (C) 2012 Yakima County This map was derived from several databases. The County cannot accept rssponubility for any errors. Therelore,there are no warranties for this product. Plot dale Apr 17, 2012; inap6 1 J r. Smmmtace, Ara J 6 YAKIMA COUNTY GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SERVICES Proposed Zoning ■ ■ Subject Properties ( t A/ All Roads a W Tax Lots O City of Yakima Zoning yy SR Suburban Residential o L vg R-1 Single Family R-2 Two Family R-3 Multi -Family 13.1 Professional Business ▪ 11.2 Local Business - HB Histoncal Business SCC Small Convenience Center LCC Large Convenience Center C8D Central Business OIstbcl �T CBD CBD Support GC General Commercial M-1 Light Industrial M-2 Heavy Industrial RD Regional Development AS Airport Support RECEIVED APR 3 0 2C12 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. Parcel Lot lines are for visual display only. Do not use for legal purposes. 0 100 200 300 400 Feat 1•= 300 feet Yakimap•c&m N Copyright (C) 2012 Yakima County This map was denved from several databases. Tho County cannot accept responsibility for any errors. Therefae,Uere aro no warranties for this product. Plot dale Apr 17, 2012; map6 .1r 1....� •....r 1v1 •..,, vv 1 • 1,t... vv,- 1r, JLI i1TT,1 1 V-1- oitp.ugis.ci.vanima.wa.usivanimagtstprmtmap.nmtrrvtcnnty-trut Rkrt.y Rd Scale - 7:4000 r Sunmit * Ave 8 r - J City of Yakima, Washington File Number: CPA#004-12. RZ#004-12, SEPA#016-12 Applicant Bill Hordan Owner: West Valley Nursing Homes, Inc. Request: Change the Future Land Use map designation for three parcels from Medium Density Residential to High Density Residential and rezone from Two -Family Residential (R-2) to Multi -Family Residential (R-3). Location: 300 block of North 40th Avenue Parcel Numberls): 18132213071,18132213073,18132213025 Subject Area Site Property Notification Area NOTIFICATION OF LAND USE APPLICATION DOC. INDEX 1 of 2 5/7/2012 10:45 AN ••.ur .V. \... Vv-• Arr., 1 p up a i gi s. c i .yam ma. w a. usr ya is nta gl s/ p r mt M a p. htm l ! ut i 1 l ty. -tru4 City of Yakima, Washington Fite Number: CPA#004-12, RZ#004-12, SEPA#016-12 Bill Hordan Owner: West Valley Nursing Homes, Inc. Change the Future Land Use map designation for three parcels from Medium Density Residential to High Density Residential and rezone from Two -Family Residential (R-2) to Multi -Family Residential (R-3). Location: 300 block of North 40th Avenue Parcel Number(s): 18132213071,18132213073.18132213025 Applicant: Request: Subject Area Site Water Pipe --- Sewer Pipe DOC. INDEX # C.-3 1 of 2 5/7/2012 10:42 AN ..w,..s. ,....r. .t,. .. ..•rrvv, 1_, Il.JrvV7— 1L. OL..I rt MU 1 v— 1 nup: / / gi s.c i.yaicnna.wa.ustyalamagi sipri ntMap.ntml!zom ng=-tru( City of Yakima, Washington File Number: CPA#004-12, RZ#004-12, SEPA#016-12 Bill Hordan Owner: West Valley Nursing Homes. Inc. Request: Change the Future Land Use map designation for three parcels from Medium Density Residential to High Density. Residential and rezone from Two -Family Residential (R-2) to Multi -Family Residential (R-3). Location: 300 block of North 40th Avenue Parcel Numberlsl: 18132213071,18132213073,18132213025 Applicant: Subject Area Site Zoning Boundary DOC. INDEX # G-3 1 of 5/7/2012 10:44 AM i 1,11 vx 1 sap wl 4l nnu a -t -IL, I\L..r VV -•-1.:. JGr nrru 10- 1L nup:/ gls.ct.yaK1 na.wa.us/yaKlmagls!printMap.nmll'ltulu true DOUGLAS DR RICIEYRD 111111111i" UPLANDS WY•__111 II ill SNOYMAOLMNN 1111ANN ale h 7 Sift e.! tI mt se tit 1.• VI •1N •aN a[ eat t:t •IIt el, !It •eft •'Y IE MCRiilla AYE AC *MAD X1:6 71,11 W LINCOLN IIA1E H.. K. 1:11 xrt te• ,.iii 1 .,r .. .. 111 /.1 t,1 it• NI. !Hi yr t•. .40 NV :If 711 ii cnl f •.. let ..:.f -at It: f.: N.. 110 ■ 11 City of Yakima, Washington Fite Number: CPA#004-12, RZ#004-12, SEPA#016-12 Applicant: Request: Bill Hordan Owner: West Valley Nursing Homes, Inc. Change the Future Land Use map designation for three parcels from Medium Density Residential to High Density Residential and rezone from Two -Family Residential (R-2) to Multi -Family Residential (R-3). Location: 300 block of North 40th Avenue Parcel Number(s): 18132213071,18132213073,18132213025 Subject Area Site Low Density Restde..Ual • Medium Density Resdenoal • • Hgh Density Restdenoal P olesstanal OlI ce • • ReganatConrremal Ne gh5orhood Comrrxrctar I are Converence Center ktenal Ccmmercul CSD Core Co rn-e,oal Irdustnal DOC. INDEX # C-3 1 of 2 5/7/2012 10:43 AN 615A-,.yaniaw.wa.us yaniniagistpr nuwap.num!pnoto–trot 6- 5111 06— auha. -1I� =" ltd t `mar 44161!� i ILIPk -I City of Yakima, Washington File Number: CPA#004-12, RZ 004-I2, SEPA#016-12 Applicant: Bill Hordan Owner: West Valley Nursing Homes, Inc. Request: Change the Future Land Use map designation for three parcels from Medium Density Residential to High Density Residential and rezone from Two -Family Residential (R-2) to Multi -Family Residential (R-3). Location: 300 block of North 40th Avenue Parcel Numberls): 18132213071,18132213073,18132213025 Subject Area Site Aerial Photo: June 2008 DOC. INDEX # G-3 1 of 2 5/7/2012 10:44 AN ' ,; { ' ak: ENVIRONMENTAL CHECKLIST STATE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT (SEPA) (AS TAKEN FROM WAC 197-11-960) YAKIMA MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 6.88 PURPOSE OF CHECKLIST The State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA), RCW Ch. 43.21C, requires all governmental agencies to con sider the environmental impacts of a proposal before making decisions. An environmental impact statement (EIS) must be prepared for all proposals with probable significant adverse impacts on the quality of the environment. The purpose of this checklist is to provide information to help you and the agency identify impacts from your proposal (and to reduce or avoid impacts from the proposal, if it can be done) and to help the agency decide whether an EIS is required. INSTRUCTIONS FOR APPLICANTS This environmental checklist asks you to describe some basic information about your proposal. Governmental agencies use this checklist to determine whether the environmental impacts of your proposal are significant, requiring preparation of an EIS. Answer the questions briefly, with the most precise information known, or give the best description you can. You must answer each question accurately and carefully, to the best of your knowledge. In most cases, you should be able to answer the questions from your own observations or project plans without the need to hire experts. If you really do not know the answer, or if a question does not apply to your proposal, write "do not know" or "does not apply". Complete answers to the questions now may avoid unnecessary delays later. Some questions ask about governmental regulations, such as zoning, shoreline, and landmark designations. Answer these questions if you can. If you have problems, the governmental agencies can assist you. 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 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 impact. USE OF CHECKLIST FOR NONPROJECT PROPOSALS Complete this checklist for non -project proposals, even though questions may be answered "does not apply." IN ADDITION, complete the SUPPLEMENTAL SHEET FOR NONPROJECT ACTIONS (part D). For non -project actions, the references in the checklist to the words "project," "applicant," and "property or site" should be read as "proposal," "proposer," and "affected geographic area," respectively. A. BACKGROUND INFORMATION (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 — (509) 249-1919. 3. Applicant's Address: 410 North 2°d Street, Yakima, WA 98901 RECEIVED 4. Contact Person & Phone: Same as applicant. APR 3 U 2012 5. Agency Requesting Checklist: City of Yakima +CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV, 6. Date The Checklist Was Prepared: April 26, 2012 7. Proposed Timing Or Schedule (Including Phasing, If Applicable): Not applicable, no land use action is proposed at this time. 8. Do you have any plans for future additions, expansion, or further activity related to or connected with this proposal? If yes, explain: Yes, upon a successful change in the Future Land Use Designation and Rezone of the property, a Class 2 Review and accompanying SEPA Checklist will be submitted to expand the current nursing home and assisted living facility onto this property. The existing nursing home and assisted living facility abut this property on the south. Specific plans for that expansion are not drafted at this time but a conceptual plan has been included for general reference. DOC. INDEX # G -Z 9. List any environmental infori.. _ion you know about that has been prepared, bg.otared, directly related to this proposal: RECEIW No additional environmental information is pending. APR 3 0 2012 CITY OF YAKIMA 10. Do you know wheth er applications are pending for governmental approvals ptionseitkals directly affecting the property covered by your proposal? If yes, explain: No other applications are pending. 11. List any govern ment approvals or permits that will be needed for your proposal, if known: Comprehensive Plan Land Use change to the Future Land Use Map and Rezone. 12. 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 to change the Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map designation and zoning on 3 parcels totaling approximately 2 acres in size. The comprehensive plan land use change consists of changing the Future Land Use Map from Medium -density Residential to High-density Residential and the zoning from Two-family Residential to Multi -family Residential. 13. Location of the proposal. Give sufficient infor mation for a person to understand the precise location of your pro- posed 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 properties lie on the northeast intersection of North 40th Avenue and Cook Avenue, within the City Limits of Yakima, Washington. The address of the property is approximately the 300 Block of North 40th Avenue. The Yakima County Assessor's Parcel Numbers for the property is 181322-13025, 13071 and 13073. B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS (To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments 1. Earth a. General description of the site (V one): [flat 0 rolling 0 hilly 0 steep slopes 0 mountainous 0 other b. What is the steepest slope on the site (approximate percent slope)? Approximately 1-2 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 prime farmland. According to the Soil Survey of Yakima County Area Washington, the soil type is Ritzville silt loam, 2 to 5 percent slopes. The soil is classified as prime farmland. , ,, ,,,, w vV-u INDEX # G-2 B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEML... S (To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments d. Are there surface indications or history of unstable soils in the immediate vicinity? If so, describe. No. q O G A"P '0% _k ep 11 yo,� o'e G'Tia d7G�9 e. Describe the purpose, type, and approximate quantities of any filling or grading proposed. Indicate source of fill. No fill or grading is required as part of this application. f. Could erosion occur as a result of clearing, construction, or use'? If so, generally describe. Not as part of this application. g. About what percent of the site will be covered with impervious surfaces after project construction (for example, asphalt or buildings)? The current site has approximately 45 to 50 percent impervious surface. No project is proposed as part of this application. h. Proposed measures to reduce or control erosion, or other impacts to the earth, if any: None needed, none proposed.!! 2. Air a. What types of emissions to the air would result from the proposal (i.e., dust, automobile, odors, industrial wood smoke) during construction and when the project is completed? If any, generally describe and give approximate quantities if known. None as part of this land use change and rezone application. b. Are there any off-site sources of emissions or odor that may affect your proposal? If so, generally describe. None known by property owner. c. Proposed measures to reduce or control emissions or other impacts to air, if any: None needed, none proposed. 3. Water a. Surface: 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. Yes, the north and east boundary of the property borders the Yakima Valley Canal. 2. Will the project require any work over, in, or adjacent to (within 200 feet) the described waters? If yes, please describe and attach available plans. Not applicable, there is no project proposed on the property. 3. Estimate the amount of fill and dredge material that would be placed in or re moved from surface water or wetlands and indicate the area of the site that would be affected. Indicate the source of fill material. Not applicable. DOC, INDEX P 0-2. B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEME... S (To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments ikt .9A ! A• ir`9O • �� �1j�,',9 . ' ,V 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. 6. 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: 1. Will ground water be withdrawn, or will water be discharged to ground water? Give general description, purpose, and approximate quantities if known. No. 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, this is a non -project land use change and rezone request. c. Water Runoff (including stormwater): 1. 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. 2. Could waste materials enter ground or surface waters? If so, generally describe. Not applicable. 3. Proposed measures to reduce or control surface, ground, and runoff water impacts, if any: None needed, none proposed. 4. Plants: a. Check (1) types of vegetation found on the site: Deciduous Tree: 0 Alder 1211C4aple ■ Aspen ■ Other Evergreen Green: rkFir [Cedar [Pine ❑ Other L Shrubs E -Grass ❑ Pasture Crop Or Grain ■ Other Wet Soil Plants: 0 Cattail ❑Buttercup ❑ Bullrush ❑Skunk Cabbage D Other Water Plants: ■ Milfoil ❑ Eelgrass ❑ Water Lily ❑ Other DOC. Other Types Of Vegetation: b. What kind and amount of vegetation will be removed or altered? No vegetation will be removed or altered as part of this application. INDEX # Z B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMEI,..i (To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments c. List threatened or endangered species known to be on or near the site. None known by the property owner. ReCei Apr? 3 0 Cny oF ` irvG OIV d. Proposed landscaping, use of native plants, or other measures to preserve or enhance vegetation on the site, if any: None needed, none proposed. 5. Animals: a. Check (✓) any birds and animals which have been observed on or near the site or are known to be on or near the site: Birds: ■ Hawk ■ Heron ■ Eagle L' ongbirds ❑ Other Mammals: 0 Deer ❑ Bear ❑ Elk 0 Beaver ❑ Other Fish: ❑ Bass ❑ Salmon ❑ Trout ■ Herring 0 Shellfish 0 Other b. List any threatened or endangered species known to be on or near the site. None known by the property owner. 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. 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 as part of this application. b. 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 as there is no proposal. 7. Environmental Health 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. No. 1. Describe special emergency services that might be required. No special emergency services are required for this application. 2. Proposed measures to reduce or control environmental health hazards, if any: None needed, none proposed. DOC. INDEX #.....L.-2 B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEME.. S (To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments b. Noise er..wciv4 APR 3 o' 401 CirY OF PLAN N! Y'lKI4 NG Div I. What types of noise exist in the area, which may affect your project (for example: traffic, equipment, operation, other)? Minor traffic noise exists in the area, mainly from North 40'11 Avenue. It will not affect this proposal. 2. What types and levels of noise would be created by or associated with the project on a short-term or a Tong -term basis (for example: traffic, construction, operation, other)? Indicate what hours noise would come from the site. The land use change and rezone 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? The subject site contains one small residence, four 4-plexes and a train ing center for nurses assistants. Property to the south contains the existing Living Care Retirement Community. Property to the north and east contains duplex style housing. Property to the west contains a mixture of single-, two- and multi -family dwelling units. b. Has the site been used for agriculture? If so, describe. Not to the owner's knowledge. c. Describe any structures on the site. The site contains one small single -story residence approximately 1,500 square feet in size, four two-story 4plexes and a single -story structure used for nurse's assistant's training. d. Will any structures be demolished? If so, what? No structures will be demolished as part of this application. However, it is likely that as this proposal progresses, overtime, some or all of the existing structures will be demolished and replaced with new buildings. e. What is the current zoning classification of the site? Two-family Residential f. What is the current comprehensive plan designation of the site? Medium -density Residential g. If applicable, what is the current shoreline master program designation of the site? Not applicable. h. Has any part of the site been classified as an "environmentally sensitive" area? If so specify. No. i. Approximately how many people would reside or work in the completed project? Not applicable, there is no project. DOC. j. Approximately how many people would the completed project displace? Not applicable, there is no project. INDEX # Ci` B. ENVIRONMENTAL. ELEME. _ 3 (To be completed by the applicant) , Space Reserved for Agency Comments k. Proposed measures to avoid or reduce displacement impacts, if any. None needed, none proposed. RECEIVEC APR 3 0 20 i CITY OF YAKIRAA PLANNING DIV. 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. 9. Housing a. Approximately how many units would be provided, if any? Indicate whether high, middle, or low-income housing. Not applicable, no new housing is being provided. b. Approximately how many units, if any, would be eliminated? Indicate whether high, middle, or low-income housing. Not applicable. See 8.d. above. c. Proposed measures to reduce or control housing impacts, if any: Not applicable. 10. Aesthetics a. What is the tallest height of any proposed structures, not including antennas; what are the principal exterior building materials proposed? Not applicable, no structures are proposed. b. What views in the immediate vicinity would be altered or obstructed? No known views in the immediate area will be altered or obstructed as part of this application. c. Proposed measures to reduce or control aesthetic impacts, if any: None needed, none proposed. 11. Light and G tare a. What type of light or glare will the proposal produce? What time of day would it mainly occur? No light or glare will be produced as part of this 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 known sources of off-site light or glare which would affect this proposal. d. Proposed measures to reduce or control light and glare impacts, if any: None needed, none proposed. )OC. INDEX B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEME.... S (To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments 12. Recreation RECEIVE APR 3 0 2f CITY OF YAM PLANNING I]' a. What designated and informal recreational opportunities are in the immediate vicinity? Recreational opportunities have been observed at Gilbert Elementary, Eisenhower High School, Gilbert Park and Chesterly Park. b. Would the proposed project displace any existing recreational uses? If so, describe. No recreational opportunities will be displaced. 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 Preser vation a. Are there any places or objects listed on, or proposed for, national, state, or local preservation registers known to be on or next to the site? If so, generally describe. None known by the property owner. b. Generally describe any landmarks or evidence of historic, archaeological, scientific, or cultural important known to be on or next to the site. None known by the property owner. c. Proposed measures to reduce or control impacts, if any: None needed, none proposed. 14. Transportation a. Identify public streets and highways serving the site, and describe proposed access to the existing street system. Show on site plans, if any. The site is currently served by Cook Avenue and North 40th Avenue which connects to other urban arterials and eventually the state highway system. b. Is site currently servicedrby public transit? If not, what is the approximate distance to the nearest transit stop? No, the nearest known stop along North 40th Avenue, adjacent to the subject property. c. How many parking spaces would the completed project have? How many would the project eliminate? Not applicable, there is no project. d. Will the proposal require any new roads or streets, or improvements to existing roads or streets, not including driveways? If so, generally describe (indicate whether public or private). No, there is no project at this time. e. Will the project use (or occur in the immediate vicinity of) water, rail, or air transportation? If so, generally describe. No. DOC. INDEX # C 2 B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEME.. -S (To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments f. How many vehicular trips per day would be generated by the completed project? If known, indicate when peak volumes would occur. Not applicable, there is no project. RECEIVE APR 3 0 2( CITY OF YAKI6 PLANNING DIy g. 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, health care, schools, other)? If so, generally describe: No. 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. No utilities are proposed to be extended to the property at this time. 16. Utilities a. Circle ti ' . curre tiv •ladle at the site: , natural gas Ovate efuse� serf— elephone anitary sewer) septic system, other. 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 on them to make its decision. 61— lead agency is relying z* d" 1 Z3 --/Z_ Property Owner or Agent Signature Date Submitted PLEASE COMPLETE SECTION "D" ON THE NEXT PAGE IF THERE IS NO PROJECT RELATED TO THIS ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW DOC. INDEX D. SUPPLEMENT SHEET FOR NONPROJECT ACTIONS (To be completed by the applicant.) (DO NOT USE THE FOLLOWING FOR PROJECT ACTIONS) Space Reserved For Agency Comments Because 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 and how it would affect the item at a greater intensity or at a faster rate than if the proposal were not implemented. RECEIV .. APR 3 0 CITY OF YAK PLANNING DA 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? No increase to water, emissions to air or toxic/or hazardous substances are proposed. No increase in noise levels are anticipated by a change to the Comprehensive Plan or Rezone. Proposed measures to avoid or reduce such increases are: If applicable, complete an additional SEPA Checklist once a project has been proposed. 2. How would the proposal be likely to affect plants, animals, fish, or marine life? This proposal will have no effect to plants, animals, fish or marine life. Proposed measures to protect or conserve plants, animals, fish, or marine life are: Conservation of these issues would be reviewed through additional SEPA review and implementation of rules and regulations of the Critical Areas Ordinance, as necessary. 3. How would the proposal be likely to deplete energy or natural resources? Not applicable, no natural resources are being exploited through this application. Proposed measures to protector 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? Compliance with local, state and federal ordinances will ensure protection occurs. Proposed measures to protect such resources or to avoid or reduce impacts are: See answer above. 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? This proposal will not affect shorelines, as there are none. Future land use development of the property will be dictated by local, state and federal 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 local and state highways. A minor demand in public services and utilities would likely occur as the property is developed. Proposed measures to reduce or respond to such demand(s) are: All new development would be required to meet concurrency requirements prior to development occurring. 7. 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. OC. INDEX G- 2 RECEIVED INDEX # G- I ;%.,:.- Y • -€: ''-`' '~ ter ` '' LAND USE APPLICATION APR 3 0 2 312 CITY OF YAKIMA, DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVE TIAKIi�IA 129 NORTH SECOND STREET, 2ND FLOOR, YAWANNING Dl. MA, WA 98902 {/ VOICE: (509) 575-6183 FAX: (509) 575-6105 INSTRUCTIONS: -PLEASE READ FIRST' Please -'type or print your'answeit clearly; - ' Answer all questions completely. If you have any questions about this form or the application process, please ask a Planner. Remember to ming 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. PART II and III contain additional information specific to your proposal and MUST be attached to this page to complete the application. PART I - GENERAL INFORMATION.' , _:.;: .. .. . r 1. Applicant's Name, Address, And Phone Number Name Ho '� /04.41,41.4"/A44 SD2y/�S Street LAP A%o2774 Z Sr. City __ 4i1.1..li4 ST 1,4,4 Zip 4$'W Phone - ( ) 2419—/q!9 2. Applicant's Property Interest Check One ❑ Owner III ElPurchaser IV Other .t/212- 3. Property Owner's Name, Address, And Phone Number (If Other Than Applicant) Name k/EST j f IIt1ai Aharto4 11<7NEfi _roc.. Street 3 Sol S444fivtTiia Ade. City. i fikbo �f ST %,4 - Zip 99/02 Phone ( ) 9Gs ...tL S4 4. Subject Property's Assessor's Parcel Number(s): /8/3ZZ- /3o24- i /307/ /3073 5. Property Address: 300 $Lol.,re of N1 t1 f ( 4/0 Alautil% 6. Legal Description of Property. (if lengthy, please attach it on a separate document) SEC A nxicofEIt 7. Property's ■ SR • Existing Zoning. R-1 XR 2 ■ R-3 0 B'=1 ❑ B-2 ❑ HB ■ SCC ❑ LCC ❑ CBD 0 GC ❑ AS ■ RD ■ M-1 ■ M-2 8. ❑ ❑ • ❑ • • • ■ ❑ Type Of Application: (Check All That Apply) Administrative Adjustment 1$' Type (2) Review ■ Type (3) Review ■ Short Plat • Long Plat 0 Admin. Modification ■ Appeal 0 Home OccupationPlan Short Plat Exemption: Environmental Checklist Right -of -Way Vacation Transportation Concurrency Non -Conforming StructurelUse Type 3 Modification interpretation by Hearing Temporary Use Permit Comp Amendment O (SEPA) i Q i • 1 >-- ■ X IN ■ ■ Examiner • d�PA rceL-1-1 a- 0 1 Other Easement Release Rezone Shoreline Critical Areas Variance Amended Plat Site Plan Planned Planned Development PART IT:: - SUPPLEMENTAL APPLICATION, PART III=REQUIRED'ATTACHMENTS, & PART IV -NARRATIVE ; 9. SEE ATTACHED SHEETS PARTY- CERTIFICATION:::• '. ;. ... :: . - . :... .. . . ..... ... , .. . •-: 10. I certify that the_information on this application and the required attachments are trite and correct to the best of my' knowledge. s-,-.„ Imo► Y/`'-." ,[�''�`vG0 ! 2z1 J 14$_ % � Jr' Y-/ / 2 PROPERTY OWNERS SIGNA z., ! DATE FOR ADMINISTRATIVE USE ONLY Revised 02-11 Notes: FILE #0PAille 0014t Who q'-1 a�. S'i A4 DATE FEE PAID RECEIVED BY Amount Receipt9_2 No. Hearing Date i,p)9.5.00 ce-19-Dt nom, INDEX # G- I LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS Parcel A: (181322-13071) RECEIVED APR 3 0 2312 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. 1nSwim 22, Township 113 North, Range 18, BMX; ; The North 185.80 feet of the South 1016.7 feet, gyred along the West tine of that portion of the - Seatbwest 114 of the Northeast 114 of said Section 22, tag Westerly of the West line ai the right of ways ("the Yakfina Valley Canal; Said West Ens being 50 feet from the center of said canal; EXCEPT that part lying West of* lita demised as Mow Be:0= g at a peatoo the West hoe of the Semisweet 114 of the Northeast 114 of Section 22, a Mance 01'841.7 fed North .fte Soadawest warner dared; dunce Som 891°4W East parallel with Sav$h Soo of said Som 114 of the Northeast 11416442 het iethe true pe nt f beginning afthe roe iabedescend; theooe Nerds ONYWest 78 feet themaSsetb 99°86' West 28 Melee Nerds 8°0!3' West US feet, more or less, to a paint on the North sue or the aboyv aceesoyea parcel width paint k altneted Sou h 11r4W East 144.42 feet from a point on the West line of said Southwest 114 of the Northeast 114 sated a Adana of 1026.7 feet North,V00' West from the Southwest corner t eef andibeternithas of said nice. Seamed inTatiana County, State of W . Parcel B: (181322-13025) BESINNING AT A POINT 1347.5 FEET NORTH OF THE CENTER OF SECTION 22, TOWNINCIP 13 NORTii,, RANGE 18, EWA.; THENCE SOZITII 250.8 FEE'; THENCE EAST ms FEET; THENCE NORTH 44' WEST 51 FEET; THENCE NORTH 340 WEST 104A FEET; THENCE NORTH 47040' WEST 131.5 FEB, THENCE SOUTH 89030' WEST 20.3 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING EXCEPT THE WEST 38.5 FEET THS CONVEYED TO TAILOR COUNTY FOR PUBLIC ROAD EXCEPT THE SOUTH 55 FEET THEREOF; ANF? EXCEPTTHAT PORTION THEREOF LYING WfTR N TILE 100 FOOT RIGHT OF WAY OF THE YAIIIA VALLEY CANAL. Situated in Yakima County, State of Washington DOC. INDEX # aG-1 rm%•CII VW) APR 3 0 12 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. Parcel C: (181322-13073) That portion of the North 65 feet of the South 1091.7 feet of the Southwest quarter of the Northeast quarter of Section 22, Township 13 North Range, 18 E.W.M., lying Southwesterly of the following described line: Beginning at a point 1247.5 feet North and North 89 30' East 20.3 feet of the Southwest corner of said subdivision; Thence South 47 40' East 1341.5 feet; Thence South 34 East 104.4 feet; Thence South 44 50' East 51 feet; Thence West 37.5 feet; thence South 37 45' East to the point of intersection with the South line of said tract; EXCEPT the West 20 feet for road; AND EXCEPT any portion thereof, that may he within the right-of-way of Yakima Valley Canal; EXCEPT that portion conveyed to the City of Yakima under Auditor's file number 2308156. TOGETHER WITH The West 142.42 feet of the North 65 feet of the South 1026.7 feet of the Southwest quarter of the Northeast quarter of Section 22, Township 13, North Range 18, E.W.M., lying Southwesterly of the following described line: Beginning at a point 1247.5 feet North and 89 30' East 20.3 feet of the Southwest corner of said subdivision; Thence South 47 40' East 131.5 feet; Thence South 34 East 104.4 feet; Thence South 44 50' East 51 feet; Thence West 37.5 feet; Thence South 37 45' East 36.6 feet; Thence South 63 02' East to the point of intersection with the South line of said tract, EXCEPT the West 20 feet thereof for the road, records of Yakima County Washington. TOGETHER WITH The West 18 feet of the following described property, except the South 961.7 feet, as measured along the West line of the Southwest quarter of the Northeast quarter of Section 22, Township 13 North, Range 18, E.W.M., Tying West of the Westerly right-of-way line of the Yakima Valley Canal; EXCEPT the West 20 feet for the road conveyed to Yakima County, Washington by instrument recorded under Auditor's file number 105553; AND EXCEPT that portion lying East of the following described line: Beginning at a point on the West line of the Southwest quarter of the Northeast quarter of Section 22, Township 13 North, Range 18, E.W.M., a distance of 841.7 feet North of the Southwest corner thereof; Thence South 89 40' East parallel with the South line of the Southwest quarter of the Northeast quarter, 164.42 feet to the beginning point of said line; Thence North 000' West 70 feet; Thence South 90 00' West 20 feet; Thence North 0 00' West 50 feet to a point situated South 89 40' East 144.42 feet from a point on the West line of said Southwest quarter of the Northeast quarter 961.7 feet North 0 00' West of the Southwest corner thereof and the terminus of said line. Situated in Yakima County, Washington DOC. INDEX # G -I APR 3 0 2012 DOC. INDEX # G -I Supplemental Application For: tir'YvP YAKIMA >> COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMEP�i�°l�iI y YAKIMA MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 16.10 PART IV - NARRATIVE - - . . A. Does your proposal address circumstances that have changed since the last time the relevant comprehensive plan map or text was considered? If so, how? SK r47M ethz) w2r 17 A)04441 -r704-7 FaA. gJ sPoIse -ry 44-4- Q atesz7oMs ov r>'hs pA4Q. B. Does your proposal better implement applicable comprehensive plan policies than the current relevant comprehensive plan map or text? If so, how? • C. Does your proposal correct an obvious mapping error? If so, what is the error? D. Does your proposal address an identified deficiency in the Comprehensive Plan? If so, what is the deficiency? E. Is the proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendment coordinated with, and take into consideration, the comprehensive plans adopted by Yakima County or cities with which the City of Yakima has, in part, common borders or related regional issues as may be required by RCW 36.70A.100? If so, how? F. Is the proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendment consistent with the Growth Management Act (GMA), RCW Ch. 36.70A, and the Yakima County -Wide Planning Policy (CWPP)? If so, how? G. Have the cumulative impacts of all comprehensive plan amendments been considered in the evaluation of the proposed amendment? If so, how? H. For Future Land Use Map changes, please provide descriptive information regarding the property, including the status of existing land use, access to sewer and water, as well as the availability of public facilities such as schools, fire and police services. 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 02-11 DOC. INDEX # G -I APR 3 02312 ry `P _� �-1----;'"" ` �' Supplemental Application For. �� NI Yan+�>i ' '_ COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMEND , YAKIMA MUNICIPAL CODE, CHAPTER 16.10 ADMINISTRATION OF DEVELOPMENT PERMIT REGULATIONS PART II'::-' APPLICATION -INFORMATION-:. • 1. TYPE OF APPLICATION: ❑Comprehensive Plan Text Amendment 14Future Land Use Map Amendment 2. EXISTING ZONING OF SUBJECT PROPERTY: - III SR 0 R-1 XR-2 0 R-3 ■ B-1 0 B-2 0 HB 0 SCC ■ LCC 1 CBD 0 GC 0 AS 1 RD 0 M-1 1 M-2 3. DESIRED ZONING OF SUBJECT PROPERTY: ■ SR 0 R-1 ■ R-2 A R-3 0 B-1 ■ B-2 1 HB 0 SCC II LCC • CBD 0 GC 1 AS 0 RD 0 M-1 ■ M-2 4. EXISTING FUTURE LAND USE DESIGNATION: Density Residential XMedium • Low Commercial Density Residential ■ High Density Residential • Professional Office 0 Neighborhood 0 Large Convenience Center ■ Arterial Commercial 0 CBD Core Commercial ■ Regional Conunercial ■ Industrial 5. DESIRED FUTURE LAND USE DESIGNATION: Density Residential 0 Medimir Density Residential • Low Commercial AHigh Density Residential 0 Professional Office ■ Neighborhood ■ Large Convenience Center 0 Arterial Commercial 0 CBD Core Commercial 0 Regional Commercial 0 Industrial 6. PUBLIC Transportation Water FACILITIES AND SERVICES AVAILABLE: 'Rights -Of -Way 11 Police And Fire Protection (Parks And Trails cgi Schools tgI Sewer ■ Storm Drainage r4 Electricity eijNatural Gas Telephone JJ Cable TV :;_�.-.-.... ;•";::::,G .::., . c•--.• .... :_ ; :. PART III -REQUJRED•ATTACHMENTS _. ':` 't • • . `future 7. MAPS:Mapsof theindicating subject property roads, any area designated as critical areas, the land use designation of adjacent properties, and current & proposed future land use designations. Maps are to be provided in both an 8-1/2" by 11" and 11" by 17" format and to a standard engineering scale (e.g. 1:20). 8. SUBMITTAL FOR POLICY/REGULATORY AMENDMENTS: Identification of the proposed amendment indicating the section and paragraph location .for the current Comprehensive Plan provision sought to be changed, if any, and including, for text amendments, the specific text sought to be added or amended. (attach) 9. WRITTEN NARRATIVE (required. see attached): (stating the reasons for the request for the amendment and explaining how the proposed amendment meets the criteria in YMC § 16.10.040) 10. TRAFFIC CONCURRENCY (tray be required): 11. ENVIRONMENTAL CHECKLIST (required): 12. SITE PLAN: 13. AUTHORIZATION: I hereby l—X authorize the submittal of this Comprehensive Plan Amendment Application to the City of Yakima for review. GVH b1d"ec.34-17—/.2 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 Revised 02-11 DOC. INDEX # G -I , R CE'VeD APR 3 02 12 PART IV - COMPREHENSIVE PLAN NARRATIVO OF yAKImA ANNJNG DIV A. Does your proposal address circumstances that have changed since the last time the relevant comprehensive plan or text was considered? If so, how? Yes, this proposal addresses circumstances which have changed since the original comprehensive plan was adopted and the most relevant comprehensive plan update. Since the time of the original and updated comprehensive plan adoption, the population of the United States has aged. Based on this, existing nursing homes and assisted living facilities are becoming an important factor in housing and assisting our aging population. The last time that a population forecast entered into the Comprehensive Plan as a specific planning tool was approximately 10 years ago. New population data is expected to be incorporated into Yakima County comprehensive plans within the next year, as the "population allocation" for planning purposes is completed by Yakima County and the cities and towns located within the county. The local Yakima area is already experiencing a deficiency of nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Several new facilities have been constructed and more are in the planning stages. Additionally, some of the original facilities are older and need to be replaced. This proposal is to expand an existing campus within the core of Yakima and offer a wide range of living options for seniors. However, like many other businesses located in Yakima, there is a shortage of appropriately zoned property adjoining the existing facility for expansion to occur. Additionally, the comprehensive plan is relatively mute as to any particular goals and policies which address nursing homes and assisted living facilities, most likely, because it is a fairly new concept in providing housing. Because of this, there is a deficiency in the plan, which is addressed by this application. B. Does your proposal better implement applicable comprehensive plan policies than the current relevant comprehensive plan map or text? If so, how? Yes, this proposal better implements applicable comprehensive plan policies than the current relevant comprehensive plan map because the change will permit an existing business to expand an existing facility, instead of having to relocate operations to another area. The proposal better implements the applicable plan policies because it meets the following goal and policy: Goal 5.6 — Ensure an adequate supply of affordable housing for persons with special needs. DOC® INDEX Policy 5.6.1 — Support development of new units and the operation of existing unitsor housing persons with special needs. RECEIVED APR 3 0 2012 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING OIV. C. Does your proposal correct an obvious mapping error? If so, how? No, it does not appear that an obvious mapping error occurred. This is a voluntary request on behalf of the property owner to expand an existing facility, which complies with the comprehensive plan by promoting housing for special needs persons in this community. D. Does your proposal address an identified deficiency in the Comprehensive Plan? If so, what is the deficiency? This proposal does involve an identified deficiency in the comprehensive plan. The deficiency deals with the fact that there is a need for areas of expansion for established uses. Specifically, many businesses that rely on a campus environment are finding it difficult to expand because their original use was properly zoned for the "here and now", but expansion does not appear to have been taken into consideration through the comprehensive planning process. Thus, current businesses are required to purchase surrounding properties, rezone them and then expand. Currently, the City of Yakima has a very limited amount of High-density Residential designated and/or zoned property available, which is needed for the expansion of this business. This request fulfills that deficiency by providing additional lands for future growth that can be accommodated with infrastructure and supports a project permitted as a Class 2 Use in the Multi -family Zoning District. E. Is the proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendment coordinated with, and take into consideration, the comprehensive plans adopted by Yakima County or cities with which the City of Yakima has, in part, common borders or related regional issues as may be required by RCW 36.70A.100? If so, how? Yes, this proposal is consistent with RCW 36.70A.100. This application is part of the annual comprehensive plan update for the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan. The City of Yakima coordinates this update with Yakima County for consistency between the jurisdictions. DOC. INDEX # G-1 F. Is the proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendment consistent with the Growth Management Act (GMA), RCW Ch.36.70A, and the Yakima County -wide Planning Policy (CWPP)? If so, how? Yes, this proposal is consistent with the Growth Management Act and the Yakima County -wide Planning Policy because the proposal directs urban growth to an existing urban area (within City Limits first) and encourages infill in an area where all urban level services and facilities are currently provided. The proposal reduces sprawl and is served with an adequate transportation system. This proposal also encourages affordable housing to all economic segments of the population and promotes a variety of residential housing types. G. Have the cumulative impacts of all comprehensive plan amendments been considered in the evaluation of the proposed amendment? If so, how? The cumulative impacts of all comprehensive plan amendments are determined by the jurisdiction processing the proposed amendment. In this situation, the impact will result in a shift away from medium -density residential housing to high-density residential housing. This is a good impact from the perspective of the comprehensive plan which encourages infill projects within City Limits to reduce sprawl and best use existing services and facilities available. H. For Future Land Use Map changes, please provide descriptive information regarding the property, including the status of existing land use, access to sewer and water, as well as the availability of public facilities such as schools, fire and police °services. The subject property consists of three parcels totaling approximately 2 acres. The site contains a single-family residence, four 4-plexes, a training center for nursing assistants and associated parking. All urban services and facilities are available to the property, or can easily be extended to the property, as needed. RECEIVED APR 3 0 2C12 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. DOC. INDEX # G-( DOC. INDEX # G—I Supplemental Application For: RECEIVED +, REZONES J; -`. .�3 :i YAKIMA MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 15.23 APR 3 0 2012 '" \;--%% CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING ply. PART IV - NARRATIVE I. How is the subject property suitable for uses permitted under the proposed zoning? Std fr1Ti CHER 1,4141170`-' P J+q/t.Cs}i?u1.F. Fyof.. 2c'.t )A —no ALA 4tP4es1t.3r o ..) -'r vt,s Pit 4C. What is the status of existing land use? J. How is the rezone request in compliance with and/or how does the request deviate from the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan? K. 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 be implemented to address any short falls in public services that may exist? L. 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.? M. 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 02-11 DOC. INDEX # G—I #CdL — - Supplemental Application For: ..v. : H.,-..,.. 7::-.57 REZONES RECEIVED _. YAKIMA MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 15.23 ''.,,,..::',.t • . - APR 3 0 2.312 ---:::,--:-._----- CITY OF YAKIIWA PLANNItin nut PART Ii., APPLICATION INFORMATION.' .'.: . '' .'-'.....-!'.."':' '.". : -': ...1. : • ' : -.'-' :.'' 1 '''' ' ; .?-: .. ''' . . . , . . .'. 1. EXISTING ZONING OF SUBJECT PROPERTY: 0 SR II R-1 VR -2 0 R-3 • B-1 0 B-2 II HB 0 SCC 0 LCC • CBD 1 GC DAS imp M-1 0 M-2 2. DESIRED ZONING OF SUBJECT PROPERTY: 0 SR 0 R-1 • R-2 IXR-3 0 B-1 0 B-2 II HB 0 SCC • LCC 0 CBD 0 GC 0 AS 0 RD 0 M-1 • M-2 3. ZONING OF ADJOINING PROPERTY (check all that apply): 0 SR 0 R-1 KR -2 XR-3 0 B-1 0 B-2 0 HB II SCC 1 LCC 0 CBD • GC 0 AS II RD 0 t4-1 1 M-2 4. EXISTING FUTURE LAND USE DESIGNATION: 0 Low Density Residential A'Medium Density Residential 0 High Density Residential 0 Professional Office • Neighborhood Commercial • Large Convenience Center • Arterial Commercial 1 CBD Core Commercial • Regional Commercial 0 Industrial 5. PROPOSED FUTURE LAND USE DESIGNATION: Is there a proposed change to the Future Land Use Map? If so what is the proposed future land use designation? 0 Low Density Residential 0 Medium Density Residential High Density Residential 0 Professional Office M Neighborhood Commercial 0 Large Convenience Center D Arterial Commercial • CBD Core Commercial 0 Regional Commercial 0 Industrial 6. PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES AVAILABLE: Transportation vRights-Of-Way etPolice And Fire Protection tiff Parks And Trails (gi Schools 1Water V Sewer 0 Storm Drainage WElectricity 0 Natural Gas g Telephone CitCable TV PART al- REQUIRED ATTACHMENTS:1- - -: -: • - ': ' - ' 7.-1: ::-:.-% - . . 7. :- '; .:-:.: 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: I hereby authorize the submittal of this Rezone or Text Amendment Application to the City of Yakima for review. r EX --.9--1.-d-, VIE- Dir e-e_cteztir- e -/7--/A Property Owner Signature (required) Date Note: if you have any questions about this process, please contact us City of Yakima, Planning Divet49 N. 2nd St., Yakima, WA or 509-575-6183 evised 02-11 #CdL RECEIVED PART III - REZONE NARRATIVE APR 3 0 2212 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING 01V I. How is the subject property suitable for uses permitted under the proposed zoning? The property is well suited for all High-density Residential uses permitted under the proposed zoning. The property is flat and is currently served with all necessary infrastructure and public facilities. The property fronts on North 40th Avenue and is served by a dead-end local access street. Adjoining property to the south is currently developed with Living Care Retirement Community, a full-service nursing home and assisted living facility. The intent behind this rezone is for the purpose of further expanding that facility to construct a new nursing home and associated parking lot. The existing nursing home, which is located on the existing campus south of this proposal, is older and either needs extensive remodeling or to be completely reconstructed. Approval of this rezone will help accomplish that goal. The project also benefits the City of Yakima by providing a consolidated nursing home/assisted living care facility for the residents of Yakima. What is the status of the existing land use? The subject property is currently owned by West Valley Nursing Homes, Inc., which also owns Living Care Retirement Community. The subject property is approximately 2 acres in size. The existing housing units are used by Living Care Retirement Community as a senior housing facility. Additionally, one of the structures is used as an on-site school to train nurse's assistants. The property is served with all urban services and facilities, or can easily be extended to the property, as needed. J. 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 behind the text of the plan as it deals with the High-density Residential designation: Specifically, as defined by the comprehensive plan, this proposal and general area meets the intent of the High-density Residential designation because the designation states: "Multi family residential development may include apartments, condominiums and townhouses, containing 12 or more dwelling units per acre. A limited range of other mixed land uses may be permitted, such as some professional offices and community services " DOC. INDEX # G -t RECEIVED This proposal meets that definition and is further supported by the followi g g'da1 a9ic C 1 2 policies: CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. Goal 5.6 — Ensure an adequate supply of affordable housing for persons with special needs. Policy 5.6.1 — Support development of new units and the operation of existing units for housing persons with special needs. K. 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 011 the and around the subject property? Yes, there are adequate public facilities to serve this proposal. The property lies east of North 40th Avenue. The street is a 4 -lane hard surfaced urban arterial and is easily accessible. The property is served with all other infrastructure including domestic water, sanitary sewer, electricity, telephone and any other needed utilities. 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. If any service or facility deficiency exists in the delivery of services, necessary mitigation will take place by the developer to ensure adequate public services and facilities are in place at his/her/their expense through land use concurrency requirements. L. 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 directly to the south would become part -in -part with this facility, thus expanding that campus to incorporate this one. To the north and east is the Yakima Valley Canal and beyond that duplex style housing on large lots. Duplexes and multi -family development are considered compatible with one another as zones transition from high-density to medium density. The property fronts on North 40th Avenue on the west. Beyond North 40th Avenue to the west is a mixture of single-, two- and multi- family dwelling units. This uses have all be determined to be compatible with multi- family zoning, especially since the land uses are separated by North 40th Avenue. DOC. INDEX # G-1 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 the rezone request. However, appropriate mitigation is built into the zoning code through regular site plan approval, which would be required as part of any expansion to this business. It should be noted that further Class 2 Review is required for any further expansion that would increase residential density beyond the medium density standard. M. What is the public need for the proposed change? The public need arises from the fact that expansion within some clusters of existing zoning districts does not exist. The existing zoning clusters cannot expand without a necessary change to the comprehensive plan and rezone of the property. The lack of clusters large enough for expansion has resulted in some businesses having to relocate or construct outside the City Limits of Yakima. In this instance, the proposed rezone will provide an area for this business to expand without having to leave its current facility. The public expects successful businesses to expand and remain in Yakima. This rezone meets that public need and perspective. DOC. INDEX # G -I Department of Commur and Economic Development Office of Code Adminis Receipt Number: 0421:08812881i 129 North Second Street, 2nd Floor Yakima, Washington 98901 tate. -0-12-014-1 �rIyeNn-"e•, 4elOri'Balance Amount: '!_te-e); pIItJ6t1"7'''' ""'"•"`-') ' ^ fast &f, CPA#004-12 313 N 40TH AVE SEPA#016-12 313 N 40TH AVE RZ#004-12 313 N 40TH AVE 18132213025 18132213025 18132213025 Comprehensive Plan Amendment SEPA Environmental Review Rezone $500.00 $265.00 $560.00 Total Paid: Tendered Amt: Change Due: CHECK 28211 Total: $ 1,325.00 $1,325.00 $500.00 $265.00 $560.00 $1,325.00 $1,325.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 .,Prewous aymen4 Receipt Receigt a 'oriptiest- " • DeS- , . , RECEIVED APR 3 0 2012 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. DOC. INDEX 2012 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENTS Yakima City Council Public Hearing CHAPTER D YAKIMA VENTURE CAPITAL LLC CPA#005-12, RZ#005-12, SEPA#017-12 -minor,,„ , , DOCUMENT = DATE „ .• D-1 Land Use Application submitted for Comp Plan Amendment, Rezone, and SEPA Review with Narratives 04/30/2012 D-2 Environmental Checklist 04/30/2012 D-3 Maps: Future Land Use, Vicinity, Mailing, Aerial, Zoning, and Atlas 04/30/2012 D -3a Comment Letter from Gwen Clear, Dept of Ecology 06/18/2012 D-4 DST Review - Request for Comments and DST Distribution List D -4a: Comments received from Joe Rosenlund, Streets & Traffic, Operations Manager D -4b: Acknowledgement Letter received from Dept. of Commerce 06/20/2012 D-5 Notice of Application, Environmental Review, and YPC Public Hearing D -5a: Postcard Notice D -5b: Parties and Agencies Notified D -5c: Affidavit of Mailing 06/05/2012 D-6 Land Use Action Installation Certificate 07/02/2012 D-7 Notice of Decision of Final Determination of Non Significance D -7a: Parties and Agencies Notified D -7b: Affidavit of Mailing 07/13/2012 D-8 Legal Notice of YPC Public Hearing Published in Yakima Herald -Republic 07/13/2012 D-9 Yakima Planning Commission Agenda & Distribution List 08/08/2012 D-10 Staff Report 08/08/2012 CITY OF YAKIMA DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 2012 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENTS Amendment Request Submitted by: Yakima Venture Capital, LLC For Changes to the Future Land Use and Zoning Maps of the City of Yakima Combined Staff Report CPA#005-12, RZ#005-12, & SEPA #017-12 Staff Contact: Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner 575-6042 SUMMARY OF RECOMMENDATIONS Staff recommends to the Yakima City Planning Commission that this Comprehensive Plan map amendment and rezone request be approved. SUMMARY OF REQUEST APPLICANT: Yakima Venture Capital, LLC LOCATION: 714 S 61h Street, Yakima, WA PARCEL NOS: 191319-43507 The applicant is requesting to change the future land use designation to Neighborhood Commercial and zoning to B-2, Local Business. CURRENT ZONING AND LAND USE The project site currently has a Low Density Residential Future Land Use Map designation and is zoned R-1, Single-family Residential. The property is currently vacant. Adjacent properties have the following characteristics: Location Zoning Comprehensive Plan Land Use North R-1 Low Density Residential Residential South B-2 Local Business Commercial East R-1 Low Density Residential Residential West R-1 Low Density Residential Residential APPLICATION BACKGROUND The subject property is a vacant 6,900 square foot platted lot in one of the city's older subdivisions (1907). It is located on the west side of S eh Street and is the third lot to the north of Adams Street (approximately 100 feet). This property is contiguous with DOC. INDEX # D -IO 1 other property to the south that was rezoned to B-2 in 2010. This property is also owned by the applicant herein. COMMENTS RECEIVED Washington State Department of Ecology Based upon the historical agricultural use of this land, there is a possibility the soil contains residual concentrations of pesticides. Ecology recommends that the soils be sampled and analyzed for lead and arsenic and for organochlorine pesticides. If these contaminates are found at concentration above the MTCA clean-up levels. Ecology recommends that potential buyers be notified of their occurrence. City of Yakima Streets & Traffic Operations There are no issues with the rezone. If this parcel is associated with the convenience store at the corner, this should be held until they have been brought into compliance with requirements that were placed on them in previous applications. They still do not have a properly signed loading zone on Adams Street as required. Customer vehicles are continuously parked there forcing delivery trucks to block the roadway as they make deliveries. (NOTE: The required loading zone area has been established) No other comments were received concerning this application during the open comment period which ended on June 25, 2012. ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW This is a non -project application without a specific use or site plan to be considered. Consequently, there are not any significant adverse environmental impacts associated with this application. A Final Determination of Nonsignificance (DNS) was therefore issued on July 13, 2012. No appeal of the DNS decision was received during the 14 - day appeal period. PUBLIC NOTICE Mailing of Notice of Application Posting of property Public Hearing Notice Published June 5, 2012 July 3, 2012 July 13, 2012 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT APPROVAL CRITERIA In accordance with the provisions of the Yakima Municipal Code, the following criteria must be considered in the review of any proposed amendment to the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan. 16.10.040 (1): To alter the Future Land Use Map or other plan policy map, or effect a Comprehensive Plan text amendment, the proposed amendment must do one or more of the following: 2 DOC. INDEX # 1).-/0 (a) Address circumstances that have changed since the last time the relevant Comprehensive Plan or text was considered: To the south of this site there has for many years been a small neighborhood market located on the corner of S 6th Street and E Adams Street. With the adoption of the Urban Area Zoning Ordnance in 1986 It was zoned HB Historical Business and, as such, was not permitted to expand. In 2010 the market's site was rezoned to B-2 and with that change it now becomes possible to expand this commercial area through the comprehensive plan amendment and rezone process. Many residents of this neighborhood travel on foot to buy their groceries. Since the time of the last comprehensive land use change, business activity has increased and it is the desire of the property owner to expand the existing commercial zoning. At the time of application submittal, the owner of this property is constructing a Laundromat on the adjoining property immediately to the south of this property. Expansion of this commercial node will help meet the demands of the residents of the area without them having to travel long distances for commodities and services. (b) Better implement applicable Comprehensive Plan policies than the current relevant Comprehensive Plan map or text; Based upon the 2010 rezoning of the market it now becomes possible for this expansion to be considered. This requested expansion is supported by the following goal and policies which state: Goal 3.12 "Provide small scale, neighborhood convenience commercial use and services, primarily serving residents of adjacent neighborhoods." Policy 3.12.1 — A Neighborhood Commercial center will provide land uses for businesses such as grocery stores, convenience stores, drug stores, restaurants and small retail stores. Policy 3.12.2 — The typical size of a Neighborhood Commercial development is three to ten acres and serves a population of 3,000 — 40,000 people. Policy 3.12.3 — Neighborhood Commercial uses shall be located at the intersection of Principle arterial, minor arterial or collector arterials. Policy 3.12.4 — Neighborhood Commercial may be allowed when water and sewer service, street improvements, traffic control devices, municipal services and other development -related improvements are in place. Policy 3.12.5 — Adequate buffering shall be provided between adjacent residential land uses. Policy 3.12.6 — No motor vehicle access to the commercial site shall be routed through residential areas. 3 DOC. INDEX # D-10 Policy 3.12.7 — Neighborhood Commercial uses shall be located in areas that will enhance, rather than hinder, the stability of residential areas. Policy 3.12.8 — The predominant uses of Neighborhood Commercial shall be small-scale business that will not have significant adverse impacts on adjacent neighborhoods. (c) Correct an obvious mapping error; There is not an obvious mapping error indicated at this site. (d) Address an identified deficiency in the Comprehensive Plan; Until fairly recently it was not possible to expand commercial uses zoned HB - Historical Business. That restriction was removed when HB properties were permitted to be rezoned to other commercial zoning designations. With that change the identified deficiency in the Plan was rectified. (e) Is the proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendment coordinated with, and take into consideration, the comprehensive plans adopted by Yakima County or cities with which the City of Yakima has, in part, common borders or related regional issues as may be required by RCW 36.70A.100? This proposal is consistent with RCW 36.70A.100. This application is submitted as a part of Yakima's annual update for the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan. Although this request is not with any other jurisdiction the City of Yakima does coordinate its amendment procedures with Yakima County and the City of Union Gap for consistency between the jurisdictions. (f) Proposed Comprehensive Plan amendments must be consistent with the Growth Management Act (GMA), Ch. 36.70A RCW, and the Yakima County Wide Planning Policy (CWPP). This proposal is consistent with the Growth Management Act and the Yakima County wide Planning Policy because the proposal directs urban growth to an existing urban area (within City Limits first) and encourages infill in an area where all urban level services and facilities are currently provided. Furthermore the proposal reduces sprawl and is served with an adequate transportation system. This proposal also encourages economic development in the urban area and provides convenient goods and services for lower income residents of the neighborhood, many of whom are lower income and lack transportation. (g) Cumulative impacts of all Comprehensive Plan amendments, including those approved since the original adoption of the Comprehensive Plan, shall be considered in the evaluation of any proposed amendments. 4 DOC. INDEX # :-!C� The total size of the property to be affected is approximately 6,900 square feet. Given this small size should this request be approved the cumulative impacts of this change considered with all other changes would be minimal. (h) For Future Land Use Map changes, please provide descriptive information regarding the property, including the status of existing land use, access to sewer and water, as well as the availability of public facilities such as schools, fire and police services. The proposal consists of one parcel which currently abuts an existing small-scale commercial area lying to the south. The existing commercial area consists of a small grocery store, beauty shop and a Laundromat that is currently under construction. Existing land uses outside the commercial area are a mixture of single-family, duplex and some multi -family residences. The proposal is located in an area where all urban services and facilities are located. No extension of utilities is required and adequate public facilities exist to accommodate this future expansion. CONCLUSIONS • The amendment is minor in nature. • No adverse impacts have been identified by this amendment request. • A Determination of Nonsignificance (DNS) was issued for this proposal on July 13, 2012 and the 14 -day appeal period ended on July 27, 2012. No appeal was received. • No public comments were received in opposition to this proposed amendment. REZONE APPROVAL CRITERIA In accordance with the provisions of Yakima Municipal Code Section 15.23.030, recommendations to approve or deny proposed rezones shall include the following considerations: (1) Testimony at public hearing. A Notice of Application was mailed to all property owners within 300 feet of the subject properties on June 5, 2012 wherein they were invited to submit written and/or provide oral comments on this proposed amendment. After consideration of any public comments received during the course of the hearing it may be appropriate for the Planning Commission to modify the staffs recommendation. (2) The suitability of property in question for uses permitted under the proposed zoning. 5 DOC. INDEX # D- ID (3) If this property is utilized in conjunction with the convenience store to the south the land would be suitable for building expansion, parking lot or a combination. For a stand-alone commercial use the property is quite small for a commercial building that must provide its own off-street parking. The recommendations from interested agencies and departments. No agencies or departments have registered any opposition to this rezone. (4) Compliance with the Comprehensive Plan. (5) The rezone request is in compliance with the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan because the proposal meets many of the goals, objectives and policies of the Plan for commercial development. Specifically, this request encourages commercial development within the urban area, within the city limits, along an arterial street route, served with full urban standards and provides a convenient shopping location consistent with the development pattern of the community (Goal 3.12 and supporting Policies 3.12.1 through 3.12.8). Since the rezone request is coupled with and contingent upon a requested amendment to the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan. If the amendment is approved the rezone request will be in compliance with the Plan. The adequacy of public facilities, such as roads, sewer, water, and other required public services. This property is currently capable of being served by all public utilities and services necessary for the support of commercial land uses. (6) The compatibility of the proposed zone change and associated uses with neighboring land uses. (7) This proposed zone change will be compatible with the adjacent commercial property to the south. As for the rest of the neighboring properties the absence of any letters of opposition indicates the change is acceptable to the neighborhood. The Public need for the proposed change. The public need arises from the fact that this small neighborhood commercial enterprise has successfully fulfilled a neighborhood need. It currently is sorely lacking for additional room both to expand and to provide for more off-street parking and loading areas. CONCLUSIONS • The amendment is minor in nature. 6 DOC. INDEX # D-10 • No adverse impacts have been identified by the approval of this amendment request. • The requested rezone supports the adjacent commercial land use. • The property is currently served by all necessary public utilities capable of supporting commercial land uses. RECOMMENDATION The Department of Community and Economic Development recommends APPROVAL of this amendment request from Low Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial to accommodate a concurrent rezone from R-1, Single-family Residential to B-2, Local Business. 7 DOC. INDEX # 1 -Io DEPARTMEN 1' OF COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Planning Division 129 North 2nd Street, 2nd Floor Yakima, Washington 98901 (509) 575-6183 • Fax (509) 575-6105 www.buildingyakima.com • www.yakimawa.gov/services/planning City of Yakima Planning Commission PUBLIC HEARING City Hall Council Chambers Wednesday August 8, 2012 3:30 - 5:00 p.m. YPC Members: Chairman Ben Shoval, Co -Chair Bill Cook, Ron Anderson, Al Rose, Scott Clark, Dave Fonfara, Betty Carley City Planning Staff: Joan Davenport, Planning Manager; Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner; Jeff Peters and Joseph Calhoun, Associate Planners; Chris Wilson, Assistant Planner; and Rosalinda Ibarra, Planning Technician Agenda I. Call to Order II. Audience Participation III. Public Hearings: 2012 Comprehensive Plan Amendments A. Donna Lockhart & Gary Rookstool - CPA#003-12 B. Washington Fruit & Produce Company - CPA#002-12 C. West Valley Nursing Homes - CPA#004-12 D. Yakima Venture Capital LLC - CPA#005-12 E. Apple Land Investments/Wayne Clasen - CPA#006-12 IV. Other Business V. Adjourn to August 22, 2012 DOC. INDEX YPC Packet L iibution List- Yakima Venture Cap, L CPA005-12 Scott Clark 2112 West Nob Hill Blvd Yakima, WA 98902 Dave Fonfara 8708 Cameo Court Yakima, WA 98903 Benjamin W. Shoval 123 East Yakima Avenue, Ste#210 Yakima, WA 98901 Alfred A. Rose 1006 Westbrook Place Yakima, WA 98908 Betty L. Carley 416 North 23r Avenue Yakima, WA 98902 William Cook 7701 Graystone Court Yakima, WA 98908 Ron Anderson 1112 South 20th Avenue Yakima, WA 98902 Yakima Venture Capital LLC PO Box 2022 Yakima, WA 98907 Bill Hordan Planning Services 410 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 Type of Notice: 1 pc PAC V L T/ R l e rl.ak File Number: (PAI 005--/a DOC. Date of Mailing: 691011P- INDEXX PUBLIC A da ly part of your life4` �` yakima-herald.com -Ad Proof - This is the proof of your ad scheduled to run on the dates indicated below. Please proof read notice carefully to check spelling and run dates, if you need to make changes Date: 07/10/12 Account #: 110358 Company Name: CITY OF YAKIMA/YAKIMA PLANNING Contact: ROSALINDA IBARRA Address: DEPT OF COMM/ECON DEVELOPEMENT 129 N 2ND STREET YAKIMA, WA 989012720 Telephone: (509) 575-6164 Account Rep: Phone # Email: Simon Sizer (509) 577-7740 ssizer@yakimaherald.com Ad ID: 213306 Start: 07/13/12 Stop: 07/13/12 Total Cost: S147.62 Agate Lines: 154 # of Inserts: 1 Ad Class: 6021 Run Dates: Yakima Herald -Republic 07/13/12 DOC. INDEX # 'St 7 Notice of Open Record Public Hearings. The following applications have been submitted for consideration during the City of Yakima's 2012 Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map Amendment and Rezone process. Applicant: Washington Fruit and Produce Co. Project Location: Vicinity of the 1500 block of N 6th Avenue Request: CPMA = Nine parcels from Regional Commercial to Industrial. RZ = Nine parcels from LCC, Large Convenience Center to M-1 Light Industrial. Parcel Nos. 181312-31005, 31007, 34400, 34401, 34402, 34403, 34404, 34405, and 34406 File Numbers: CPA#002-12, RZ#002-12, SEPA#014- 12. Applicant: Donna Lockhart and Gary Rookstool Project Location: 1021 S 31st Avenue. Request: CPMA = One parcel from Low -Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial. RZ = One parcel from R-1, Single -Family Residential to B-2, Local Business Parcel No. 181326-23491 File Numbers: CPA #003- 12, RZ #003-12 & SEPA #015-12. Applicant: West Valley Nursing Homes, Inc. Project Location: Vicinity of the 300 block of N 40th Avenue. Request: CPMA = Three parcels from Medium Density Residential to High Density, Residential. RZ = Three parcels from R-2, Two-family Residential to R-3, Multi -family Resi- dential. Parcel Nos. 181322-13025, 13071, and 13073 File Numbers: CPA#004-12, RZ#004-12, SEPA#016- 12. Applicant: Yakima Venture Capital, LLC Project Location: 714 S 6th Street Request: CPMA = One parcel from Low Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial. RZ = One parcel from R-1, Single -Family Residential to B-2, Local Business Parcel No. 191319- 43507 File Numbers: CPA#005-12, RZ#005-12, SEPA#017-12. Applicant: Wayne Clasen and Apple Land Investments, LLC Project Location: Vicinity of the 8400 block of Occidental Road. Request: CPMA = Five parcels from Low Density Residential to High Density Residential. RZ = Five parcels from R-1, Sin- gle -Family Residential to R-3, Multi -Family Residen- tial. Parcel Nos. 181206-21001, 21005, 21007, 21401, and 21402 File Numbers: CPA#006-12, RZ#006-12, SEPA#018-12. The public hearings before the Yakima City Planning Commission for these 2012 Compre- hensive Plan Future Land Use Map amendments and rezones have been scheduled for Wednesday, August 8, 2012 beginning at 3:30pm in Council Chambers, City Hall, 129 N. 2nd Street, Yakima, WA. Any person desiring to express their views on these applications is invited to attend the public hearings or to submit their written comments to: City of Yakima Planning Division, 2nd Floor City Hall, 129 N. 2nd Street, Yakima, Wash- ington. If you have any questions on these proposals please contact Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner at (509) 575-6042 or e-mail at bbenson@ci.yakima. wa.us (213306) July 13, 2012 Courtesy of Yakima Herald -Republic DOC. INDEX AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING STATE OF WASHINGTON CITY OF YAKIMA RE: SEPA#017-12 Yakima Venture Capital LLC 714 South 6th Street I, Rosalinda Ibarra, as an employee of the Yakima City 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, listed SEPA agencies, and all interested parties of record. That said property owners are individually listed on the mailing list retained by the Planning Division, and that said notices were mailed by me on the 13th day of July, 2012. That I mailed said notices in the manner herein set forth and that all of the statements made herein are just and true. Rosalinda Ibarra Planning Technician DOC. INDEX # p--110 I � Parties of Record - Yakima Venture Capital - CPA#005-12, RZ#005-1z, SEPA#017-12 Form List Bill Hordan Planning Services 410 North 2"d Street Yakima, WA 98901 Yakima Venture Capital LLC PO Box 2022 Yakima, WA 98907 In -House Distribution E-mail List Name Division E-mail Address Dan Ford Engineering dford@ci.yakima.wa.us Sandy Cox Code Administration scox@ci.yakima.wa.us Jeff Cutter Legal Dept jcutter(a,ci.yakima.wa.us Archie Matthews ONDS amatthew(aci.yakima.wa.us Brandon Dorenbush Fire Dept bdorenbu@a,ci.yakima.wa.us Jerry Robertson Code Administration jrobertsna,ci.yakima.wa.us Royale Schneider Code Administration rschneid(a,ci.yakima.wa.us Mike Shane Water/Irrigation mshane(a,ci.yakima.wa.us Nathan Thompson Code Administration nthompsona,ci.yakima.wa.us Kevin Futrell Transit Division kfutrelleci.vakima.wa.us Dave Brown Water Division dbrown@ci.yakima.wa.us Carolyn Belles Wastewater Division cbelles@ci.vakima.wa.us For the Record/File Binder Copy Type of Notice: File Number: Date of Mailing: Final DN s SEPAet oII- ia (CM* 005- E.-) d-1li3EIa DOC. INDEX # .1)-10k_ SEPA RE' )WING AGENCIES _updated 03.06 Form List Page 1 of 2 Ahtanum Irrigation District Executive Assistant, Beth Ann Brulotte bethb@ahtanum.net Cascade Natural Gas Field Facilitator, Jim Robinson Jim.robinson®cngc.com Department of Commerce Growth Management Services reviewteam®commerce.wa.gov Department of Ecology SEPA Policy Lead, Annie Szvetecz sepaunitna,ecy.wa.gov Department of Natural Resources Assistant Land Manager, Linda Hazlett Linda.hazlett@dnr.wa.gov Department of Social & Health Services Andrew Jenkins andrew Jenkins@dshs.wa.gov Jeanne Rodriguez Jeanne.rodriguez@dshs.wa.gov Dept of Archaeology & Historic Preservation Local Government Archaeologist, Gretchen Kaehler Gretchen.Kaehler[7u,dahp.wa.gov Dept of Archaeology & Historic Preservation Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer, Greg Griffith Greg.griffith cedahp.wa.gov Engineering Division City Engineer, Doug Mayo dmayo@ci.yakima.wa.us Nob Hill Water Association Engineering Technician, Jenna Leaverton jenna@nobhillwater.org Office of Rural and Farm Worker Housing Marty Miller Martym2®orfh.org U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Regulatory Branch Project Manager, Karen Urelius Karen.M.Urelius@usace.anny.mil Wastewater Division Wastewater Manager, Scott Schafer sschafer@,ci.yakima.wa.us West Valley School District Asst. Supt. Of Business & Operations, Angela Watts wattsa@wvsd208.org WSDOT Planning Engineer, Paul Gonseth gonsetp@wsdot.gov WSDOT Development Services, Rick Holmstrom holmstr@wsdot.wa.gov Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Superintendent, Bud Robbins Bud.robbins@bia.gov Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Deputy Superintendent for Trust Services, Steve Wangemann Steve.wangemann@bia.gov Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Environmental Coordinator, Rocco Clark Rocco.clark(a,bia.gov Yakama Nation Environmental Management Program Environmental Review Coordinator, Kristina Proszek enviroreviewayakama.com Yakama-Klickitat Fisheries Project John Marvin jmarvin@yakama.com Yakima Air Terminal Airport Asst Manager, Carl Remmel Carl.remmel@yakimaairtenninal.com Yakima County Commissioners Commissioners.web®co.yakima.wa.us Yakima County Public Services Planning Director, Steven Erickson Steven.Erickson@co.vakima.wa.us Yakima County Public Services Public Services Director, Vern Redifer Vern.redifer@co.yakima.wa.us Yakima Greenway Foundation Executive Director, Al Brown al(ayakimagreenway.org DOC. Yakima Health District Director of Environmental Health, Gordon Kelly gordon.kelly@co.yakima.wa.us INDEX Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency Engineering & Planning Supervisor, Hasan Tahat hasan@yrcaa.org # ) Pt - Yakima Valley Conference of Governments, Planner Shawn Conrad conrads@yvcog.org Yakima Valley Museum Director, John A. Baule john@yakimavallevmuseum.org Chamber of Commerce 10 'North 9th Street 1 City of Union Gap iP.O. Box 3008 1 Department of Agriculture Yakima, WA 98901 Union Gap, WA 98903 P.O. Box 42560 Olympia, WA 98504 Department of Ecology Gwen Clear 15 West Yakima Ave, Ste# 200 Yakima, WA 98902 Department of Fish & Wildlife Mark Teske 201 North Pearl Ellensburg, WA 98926 Department of Fisheries Eric Bartrand 1701 South 24th Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Environmental Protection Agency 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 Airport Planner Cayla Morgan 1601 Lind Ave SW Renton, WA 98055-4056 Pacific Power Mike Paulson 500 North Keys Rd Yakima, WA 98901 Q -West Tom McAvoy 8 South 2nd Ave, Rm#304 Yakima, WA 98902 Soil Conservation District Ray Wondercheck 1606 Perry Street, Ste. F Yakima, WA 98902 WA State Attorney General's Office 1433 Lakeside Court, Ste# 102 Yakima, WA 98902 WA State Dept of Health, Office of Drinking Water Christine Collins 16201 E Indiana Ave, Ste# 1500 Spokane Valley, WA 99216 WA State Emergency Mgmt Division Mitigation, Analysis, & Planning Manager Chuck Hagerhjelm Building 20 Camp Murray, WA 98430-5122 WSDOT, Aviation Division John Shambaugh 18204 59th Drive NE, Ste. B Arlington, WA 98223 Yakama Indian Nation Cultural Resources Program Johnson Meninick P.O. Box 151 Toppenish, WA 98948 Yakama Indian Nation Yakima Tribal Council Ruth Jim P.O. Box 151 Toppenish, WA 98948 Yakima School District Superintendent Elaine Beraza 104 North 4th Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Page 2 of 2 Type of Notice: n rQ,' t N S File Number: SE PA4.o j, ^7 - i r Date of Mailing: DI r t a 1 I' DOC. INDEX # b-1 Ibarra, Rosalinda From: Ibarra, Rosalinda Sent: Friday, July 13, 2012 9:39 AM To: Ahtanum Irrigation District - Beth Ann Brulotte; Cascade Natural Gas - Jim Robinson; Department of Commerce (CTED) - Review Team; Department of Ecology - SEPA Unit; Department of Natural Resources - Linda Hazlett; Department of Social & Health Services - Andrew Jenkins; Department of Social & Health Services - Jeanne Rodriguez; Dept Archaeology & Historic Preservation - Greg Griffith; Dept Archaeology & Historic Preservation - Gretchen Kaehler; Ibarra, Rosalinda; Mayo, Doug; Nob Hill Water Association - Jenna Leaverton; Office of Rural & Farmworker Housing - Marty Miller; US Army Corps of Engineers - Karen M. Urelius; Wastewater Division - Scott Schafer; West Valley School District - Angela Watts; WSDOT - Paul Gonseth; WSDOT - Rick Holmstrom; Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs - Bud Robbins; Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs - Rocco Clark; Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs - Steve Wangemann; Yakama Nation Environmental Mgmt Program - Kristina Proszek; Yakama-Klickitat Fisheries - John Marvin; Yakima Air Terminal - Aiport Manager; Yakima County Commissioners; Yakima County Planning Director - Steven Erickson; Yakima County Public Services Director, Vern Redifer; Yakima Greenway Foundation - Al Brown; Yakima Health District - Gordon Kelly; Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency - Hasan Tahat; Yakima Valley Conference of Governments - Shawn Conrad; Yakima Valley Museum - John A. Baule Cc: Alfred A. Rose (silvrfx40@bmi.net); Benjamin W. Shoval (ben.shoval@shoval.com); Betty Carley; Bill Cook; Dave Fonfara; Ensey, Rick; Kunkler, Mark; Ron Anderson (rondedicatedrealty@hotmail.com); Scott Clark (scott.clark@charter.net); William Cook (cook.w@charter.net) Subject: NOTICE OF FINAL DNS - 2012 Comp Plan Amendments Attachments: FINAL DNS - WA Fruit - CPA002-12.pdf; FINAL DNS - Lockhart- Rookstool - CPA003-12.pdf; FINAL DNS - West Valley Homes Inc- CPA004-12.pdf; FINAL DNS - Yakima Venture - CPA005-12.pdf; FINAL DNS - Apple Land - CPA006-12.pdf Rpsafsnda Ibarra Planning Technician nbarra@ci.vakima wa.us City of Yakima 129 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 p: (509) 575-6183 f: (509) 575-6105 1 DOC. INDEX # b --iC�- Ibarra, Rosalinda From: lbarra, Rosalinda Sent: Friday, July 13, 2012 9:41 AM To: Bonds, Randy; Brown, Michael; Daily Sun News - Bob Story; El Sol de Yakima - Joseph Trevino; lbarra, Rosalinda; KAPP TV - David Mance; KAPP TV News; KBBO-KRSE Radio - manager; KCJT TV News; KDNA - Gabriel Martinez; KDNA Radio; KEPR TV News; KIMA TV - Jim Niedelman; KIMA TV News; KIT/KATS/DMVW/KFFM - Lance Tormey; KNDO TV - Julie Stern; KNDO TV News; KUNS-TV Univision; KVEW TV News; Lozano, Bonnie; NWCN News; NWPR - Anna King; Tu Decides - Albert Torres; UNIVISION TV - Marta Isabel Sanchez; VIVA - Fernando Aceves; Yakima Herald Republic - Adriana Janovich; Yakima Herald Republic - Chris Bristol; Yakima Herald Republic - Craig Troianello; Yakima Herald Republic - Erin Snelgrove; Yakima Herald Republic - Mai Hoang; Yakima Herald Republic - Mark Morey; Yakima Herald Republic - Scott Mayes; Yakima Herald Republic Newspaper; Yakima Valley Business Journal; Yakima Valley Business Times; Yakima Valley Business Times - George Finch; YPAC - Randy Beehler Subject: 07-13-2012 Press Release: 2012 Comp Plan Amendments YPC Public Hearing Notice Attachments: 2012 CPA Hearing Notices- Press Release.DOC 2psa&nda Ibarra Planning Technician nbarra@ci.vakima wa.us City of Yakima 129 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 p: (509) 575-6183 f: (509) 575-6105 1 DOC. INDEX #-J -'1 Q NOTICE OF FINAL DECISION & HEARING Compliance with the Washington State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) July 13, 2012 On June 5, 2012, the City of Yakima, Washington issued a Notice of Application and Environmental Review regarding an Environmental Checklist application submitted by Yakima Venture Capital, LLC. The submitted checklist concerns the environmental review of the applicant's Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map Amendment and concurrent rezone. Location: 714 S 6th Street, Yakima, WA Parcel Number: 19131'9-43507 City File Numbers: CPA#005-12, RZ#005-12, SEPA#017-12 Following the required 20 -day public comment period, and consideration of all comments received, the City of Yakima has issued the enclosed SEPA Threshold Decision. This decision may be appealed within 14 days from the date of mailing. Appeals must be in writing and on forms available from the City of Yakima Planning Division, 129 North 2nd Street, Yakima, Washington. The fee of $580.00 must accompany the Appeal Application. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The public hearing before the City of Yakima Planning Commission has been scheduled for August 8, 2012 beginning at 3:30 pm in the City Council Chamber at City Hall. All interested parties are encouraged to attend so that they might address the Planning Commission on this matter. Comments may also be submitted in writing to the City of Yakima Planning Division, 129 North 2nd Street, Yakima, Washington. For further information or assistance, you may contact Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner at (509)575-6042 at the City Planning Division. Davenport ing Director Community & Economic Development Notice of Decision Mailing Date: July 13, 2012 Enclosures: SEPA Determination, & Mailing Map DOC. INDEX WASHINGTON STATE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT FINAL DETERMINATION OF NONSIGNIFICANCE CITY OF YAKIMA, WASHINGTON July 13, 2012 PROPOSAL: Amend the Future Land Use Map designation for one parcel from Low Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial and to concurrently rezone from R-1, Single-family Residential to B-2, Local Business. PROPONENT: Yakima Venture Capital, LLC LOCATION: 714 S 6th Street, Yakima, WA LEAD AGENCY: City of Yakima FILE NUMBERS: CPA#005-12, RZ#005-12, SEPA #017-12 DETERMINATION: The lead agency for this proposal has determined that it will not have a probable significant adverse impact on the environment. An environmental impact statement (EIS) is not required under RCW 43.21 C.030 (2) (c). This decision was made after review of a completed environmental checklist and other information on file with the lead agency. The information is available to the public upon request at the City of Yakima Planning Division. This Final DNS is issued under WAC 197-11-355. There is no further comment period for this DNS. CONTACT PERSON: Contact Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner, CaII (509) 575- 6042 for more information. SEPA RESPONSIBLE OFFICIAL: Joan Davenport POSITION / TITLE: Acting Director Community & Economic Development TELEPHONE: 509 / 575-6183 ADDRESS: 129 North 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901 DATE: July 13, 2012 SIGNATURE: Final DNS Yakima V ture Capital, LLC 714 S 6TH Street, Yakima, WA SEPA #017-12 DOC. INDEX # -1 ® You may appeal this 'determination to: Joan Davenport, Acting Director Community & Economic Development at 129 N 2"ci Street, Yakima, WA 98901. No later than: July 27, 2012 By (method) complete appeal application form and payment of $580 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. ['There is no agency appeal. Final DNS Yakima Venture Capital, LLC 714 S 6T" Street, Yakima, WA SEPA #017-12 DOC. INDEX # '1 CITY OF YAKIMA LAND USE ACTION INSTALLATION CERTIFICATE LProject Number wrt,S— /2_ , Date of Installation: 7-2 Z Site Address:— 7i�f S'oK; (o72: sniexT Location of Installation (Check One) ✓Land Use Action Sign is installed per standards described in YUAZO § 15.11.090(C). Land Use Action Sign is installed in an alternate location on the site. Note: this alternate location (if not pre -approved by the Code Administration and Planning Manager) may not be acceptable by the Code Administration and Planning Division and is subject to relocation (at the owner's expense) to a more visible site on the property. The alternative location is: I hereby testify that the sign installed fully complies with the Land Use Action sign layout specifications and installation standards; and that the sign will be maintained until a decision has been rendered. Applicants Name (please print) Date Applicants Signature Telephone Number of Applicant _<�... .57.3q— 2 yl -/575 The required comment period will begin when the Code Administration and Planning Division have received the Land Use Action Sign Installation Certification. The date of installation certificate receipt will begin the notice period. Failure to post a Land Use Action sign and return this form in a timely manner will cause a delay in the application review. Please remit the above certification and deliver; FAX at 509..575-6105; or mail to: City of Yakima, Code Administration and PIanning Division, 129 North Second Street, Yakima, WA 98901. DOC. INDEX # p --(0 AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING STATE OF WASHINGTON CITY OF YAKIMA RE: CPA#005-12, RZ#005-12, SEPA#017-12 Yakima Venture Capital LLC 714 South 6th Street 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 applicant; SEPA reviewing agencies, and all property owners of record within a radius of 300 feet of subject property, that said property owners are individually listed on the mailing list retained by the Planning Division, and that said notices were mailed by me on the 5th day of Tune, 2012. That I mailed said notices in the manner herein set forth and that all of the statements made herein are just and true. osalinda Ibarra Planning Technician DOC. INDEX #1-56 19131943509 ASN MERCADO LATINO LLCA I 19131943510 ,\.SN MER LATINO LLCA 19131943520 ITIMORTGAGE INC 36 EAGLE CREST DR UNION GAP, WA 98903 36 EACCREST DR UNION GAP, WA 98903 1000 TECHNOLOGY DR., MS 314 O'FALLON, MO 633682240 19131943507 YAKIMA VENTURE CAPITAL LLC PO BOX 2022 YAKIMA, WA 989072022 19131943508 YAKIMA VE CAPITAL LLC PO BOX YAKI , WA 989072022 19131944403 ALEXANDER G & MARIA AMAYA 802 S 7TH ST YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943554 ANDREW D. PLEASANT 805 S 6TH ST YAKIMA, WA 989013312 19131943555 ANDREW DENNY PLEASANT JR 715 S 32ND AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 19131943521 ANTONIO & ELISA D CHAVEZ 804 S 6TH ST YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131944401 CECILIA A MARTINEZ PO BOX 33432 SEATTLE, WA 981330432 19131943539 DEL MATTHEWS 903 W FREMONT AVE SELAH, WA 989421213 19131943460 DONALD L & MARGARET E WEISS 708 S NACHES YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943505 DONNIE M & WILLA D POWELL 906 S 36TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 19131943512 EDGAR HERNANDEZ 1526 GARFIELD AVE YAKIMA, WA 989022509 19131943469 ENRIQUE & ESTREBERTH NAVARRO 802 S NACHES AVE YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131944402 ERICA M MORA 728 S 7TH ST YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943503 ESIQUIO & AMPARO SANDOVAL 706 S 6TH ST YAKIMA, WA 989013311 19131943458 ESTHER HUIZAR 704 S NACHES AVE YAKIMA, WA 989013244 19131944561 GREGORIO V & PLACIDA GONZALEZ PO BOX 1105 WAPATO, WA 989511105 19131943514 GRIESELDA OLBERA 709 S NACHES AVE YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943518 HELEN WYATT 703 S NACHES AVE YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943506 HUMBERTO PEREZ 1024 FAIR AVE YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943459 ISABEL DIAZ 706 S NACHES AVE YAKIMA, WA 989013244 19131944560 JAMES G & NELVA GONZALEZ PO BOX 1105 WAPATO, WA 989511105 19131943543 JEAN STOTTS 709 S 6TH ST YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131944505 JESUS & CLEMINTINA G MAGANA 716 S 7TH ST YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943461 JIM & SANDRA MARQUEZ 214 EAST S ST YAKIMA, WA 989011841 19131943462 JORGE L & ANA LUNA 714 S NACHES AVE YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943457 JORGE ZAPIEN & GLORIA ELENA PONCE 702 S NACHES AVE YAKIMA, WA 98901 DOC 19131943511 JOSE C & ROSEMARY NUNEZ 10222 MIERAS RD YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943561 JUVENAL R & ROSA VALDOVINOS 108 DARLAND AVE MOXEE, WA 98936 INDEX 19131943519 #_11_51212131943536 LAWRENCE E ANDERSON 1609 S 27TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 MACEDONIO &ESPERANZA DOMINGUEZ 801 S NACHES AVE YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131944564 MARIA FIGUEROA 1 19131943517 4ARIA ROMAN 1 19131943535 MARIA OCHOA 714 S 71H S 1 YAKIMA, WA 98901 PU 13UX 2153 YAKIMA, WA 989072153 504 E ADAMS ST YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943502 MARIA YARABID RODRIGUEZ 701 S 6TH ST YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943522 MARTHA GALLEGOS 1500 W MEAD AVE # 81 YAKIMA, WA 98902 19131943533 MARTHA M & MERLE C TUCKER 805 S NACRES AVE YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943544 NGA VAN NGUYEN 2426 S 132ND ST SEATAC, WA 98168 19131943542 NORRIS M & GERTRUDE GIPSON 711 S 6TH ST YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943538 ORVILLE C & ALICE R STONE 703 N 33RD ST YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943537 OTILIO B & MERCEDES HERRERA 721 S 6TH ST YAKIMA, WA 989013310 19131943504 PEDRO S LLAMAS 708 S 6TH ST YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943545 REFUGIO MARTINEZ JR 1124 ROCK AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 19131944554 ROCKY SIERRA 1803 S PALOUSE ST KENNEWICK, WA 99337 19131943513 ROQUE SILVA MORENO 903 S 10TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 19131943541 SAMUEL LYNN GIPSON 713 S 6TH ST YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943534 SARA RENTZ 803 S NACHES AVE YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943540 TORSTEN J & GLADYS KIDDOO 715 S 6TH ST YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943422 VICTOR M & KARLA ABUNDIZ 801 S 6TH ST YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943501 WANETA W REYNOLDS 702 S 6TH ST YAKIMA, WA 989013311 52 — Total Parcels - Yakima Venture Capital LLC - CPA#005-12, RZ#005-12, SEPA#017-12 Bill Hordan Planning Services 410 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 P, %+ PA , 1 P c 1-Ia. OPA t005 ,/ate / /I a - DOC. INDEX # 1-5 b SEPA RE ;WING AGENCIES _updated 03.0t ? - Form List Page 1 of 2 Ahtanum Irrigation District Executive Assistant, Beth Ann Brulotte bethbt ahtanum.net Cascade Natural Gas Field Facilitator, Jim Robinson Jim.robinson@cngc.com Department of Commerce Growth Management Services reviewteam@commerce.wa.gov Department of Ecology SEPA Policy Lead, Annie Szvetecz sepaunit@ecy.wa.gov Department of Natural Resources Assistant Land Manager, Linda Hazlett Linda.hazlett@dnr.wa.gov Department of Social & Health Services Andrew Jenkins andrew.ienkins(dshs.wa.gov Jeanne Rodriguez Jeanne.rodriguez@dshs.wa.gov Dept of Archaeology & Historic Preservation Local Government Archaeologist, Gretchen Kaehler Gretchen.Kaehleredahp.wa.gov Dept of Archaeology & Historic Preservation Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer, Greg Griffith Greg.griffith(a.dahp.wa.gov Engineering Division City Engineer, Doug Mayo dmayo@ci.yakima.wa.us Nob Hill Water Association Engineering Technician, Jenna Leaverton jenna(a,nobhillwater.org Office of Rural and Farm Worker Housing Marty Miller Martym2Qorih.org U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Regulatory Branch Project Manager, Karen Urelius Karen.M.Urelius@usace.army.mil Wastewater Division Wastewater Manager, Scott Schafer sschafereci.yakima.wa.us West Valley School District Asst. Supt. Of Business & Operations, Angela Watts wattsa(awvsd208.org WSDOT Planning Engineer, Paul Gonseth gonsetp@.wsdot.gov WSDOT Development Services, Rick Holmstrom holmstr@wsdot.wa.gov Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Superintendent, Bud Robbins Bud.robbins@bia.gov Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Deputy Superintendent for Trust Services, Steve Wangemann Steve.wangemann@bia.gov Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Environmental Coordinator, Rocco Clark Rocco.clark@bia.gov Yakama Nation Environmental Management Program Environmental Review Coordinator, Kristina Proszek enviroreview@yakama.com Yakama-Klickitat Fisheries Project John Marvin imarvin@vakama.com Yakima Air Terminal Airport Asst Manager, Carl Remmel Carl.remmel@yakimaairterminal.com Yakima County Commissioners Commissioners.web@co.yakima.wa.us Yakima County Public Services Planning Director, Steven Erickson Steven.Erickson@co.yakima.wa.us Yakima County Public Services Public Services Director, Vern Redifer Vern.redifer@co.yakima.wa.us Yakima Greenway Foundation Executive Director, Al Brown al@yakimagreenway.org DOC. Yakima Health District Director of Environmental Health, Gordon Kelly gordon.kelly@co.yakima.wa.us INDEX Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency Engineering & Planning Supervisor, Hasan Tahat hasan(a7yrcaa.org # D- 5 b Yakima Valley Conference of Governments, Planner Shawn Conrad conrads(ayvcog.org Yakima Valley Museum Director, John A. Baule john(cr�yakimavallevmuseum.org Chamber of Commerce. 10 North 9th Street 1 City of Union Gap P.O. Box 3008 1 Department of Agriculture i Kelly McLai Yakima, WA 98901 Union Gap, WA 98903 P.O. Box 42560 Olympia, WA 98504 Department of Ecology Gwen Clear 15 West Yakima Ave, Steil 200 Yakima, WA 98902 Department of Fish & Wildlife Mark Teske 201 North Pearl Ellensburg, WA 98926 Department of Fisheries Eric Bartrand 1701 South 24th Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Environmental Protection Agency 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 Airport Planner Cayla Morgan 1601 Lind Ave SW Renton, WA 98055-4056 Pacific Power Mike Paulson 500 North Keys Rd Yakima, WA 98901 Q -West Tom McAvoy 8 South 2nd Ave, Rm#304 Yakima, WA 98902 Soil Conservation District Ray Wondercheck 1606 Perry Street, Ste. F Yakima, WA 98902 WA State Attorney General's Office 1433 Lakeside Court, Ste# 102 Yakima, WA 98902 WA State Dept of Health, Office of Drinking Water Christine Collins 16201 E Indiana Ave, Ste# 1500 Spokane Valley, WA 99216 WA State Emergency Mgmt Division Mitigation, Analysis, & Planning Manager Chuck Hagerhjelm Building 20 Camp Murray, WA 98430-5122 WSDOT, Aviation Division John Shambaugh 18204 59th Drive NE, Ste. B Arlington, WA 98223 Yakama Indian Nation Cultural Resources Program Johnson Meninick P.O. Box 151 Toppenish, WA 98948 Yakama Indian Nation Yakima Tribal Council Ruth Jim P.O. Box 151 Toppenish, WA 98948 Yakima School District Superintendent Elaine Beraza 104 North 4th Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Page 2 oft Type of Notice: File Number: Date of Mailing: y °C /iloa i-/ (VW 005--/a 0/5/1 - DOC. INDEX # 5b In -House Distribution E-mail List Name Division E-mail Address Dan Ford Engineering dford@ci.yakima.wa.us Sandy Cox Code Administration scox@ci.yakima.wa.us Jeff Cutter Legal Dept jcutter@ci.yakima.wa.us Archie Matthews ONDS amatthew@ci.yakima.wa.us Brandon Dorenbush Fire Dept bdorenbu@ci.yakima.wa.us Michael Morales CED Dept mmorales@ci.yakima.wa.us Jerry Robertson Code Administration jroberts(u,ci.yakima.wa.us Royale Schneider Code Administration rschneidna,ci.yakima.wa.us Mike Shane Water/Irrigation mshaneeci.yakima.wa.us Nathan Thompson Code Administration nthompso@ci.yakima.wa.us Kevin Futrell Transit Division kfutrell@ci.yakima.wa.us Dave Brown Water Division dbrown@ci.yakima.wa.us Carolyn Belles Wastewater Division cbelles@ci.vakima.wa.us For the Record/File Binder Copy Type of Notice: File Number(s): Date of Mailing: nlaApp, SQA, y Pc gyo 11_9 CP -oD - ia- DOC, INDEX Ibarra, Rosalinda From: lbarra, Rosalinda Sent: Tuesday, June 05, 2012 2:33 PM To: Ahtanum Irrigation District - Beth Ann Brulotte; Cascade Natural Gas - Jim Robinson; Department of Commerce (CTED) - Review Team; Department of Ecology -,SEPA Unit; Department of Natural Resources - Linda Hazlett; Department of Social & Health Services - Andrew Jenkins; Department of Social & Health Services - Jeanne Rodriguez; Dept Archaeology & Historic Preservation - Greg Griffith; Dept Archaeology & Historic Preservation - Gretchen Kaehler; lbarra, Rosalinda; Mayo, Doug; Nob Hill Water Association - Jenna Leaverton; Office of Rural & Farmworker Housing - Marty Miller; US Army Corps of Engineers - Karen M. Urelius; Wastewater Division - Scott Schafer; West Valley School District - Angela Watts; WSDOT - Paul Gonseth; WSDOT - Rick Holmstrom; Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs - Bud Robbins; Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs - Rocco Clark; Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs - Steve Wangemann; Yakama Nation Environmental Mgmt Program - Kristina Proszek; Yakama-Klickitat Fisheries - John Marvin; Yakima Air Terminal - Aiport Manager; Yakima County Commissioners; Yakima County Planning Director - Steven Erickson; Yakima County Public Services Director, Vern Redifer; Yakima Greenway Foundation - Al Brown; Yakima Health District - Gordon Kelly; Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency - Hasan Tahat; Yakima Valley Conference of Govemments - Shawn Conrad; Yakima Valley Museum - John A. Baule Cc: Belles, Carolyn; Brown, Dave; Cox, Sandy; Cutter, Jeff; Denman, Glenn; Dorenbush, Brandon; Ford, Dan; Futrell, Kevin; Matthews, Archie; Morales, Michael; Robertson, Jerry; Schneider, Royale; Shane, Mike; Thompson, Nathan Subject: 2012 Comp Plan Amendments - Notice of App, SEPA, YPC Public Hearing Attachments: NTC APP SEPA HEARING - Carlson Trust - CPA001-12.pdf; NTC APP SEPA HEARING - WA Fruit Co- CPA002-12.pdf; NTC APP SEPA HEARING - Lockhart-Rookstool - CPA003-12.pdf; NTC APP SEPA HEARING - WV Nursing Homes - CPA004-12.pdf; NTC APP SEPA HEARING - Yak Venture - CPA005-12.pdf; NTC APP SEPA HEARING - Appleland-Clasen - CPA006-12.pdf Application No Project Name Site Address Project Description CPA#001-12 MELVIN G. & MAE J. CARLSON REVOCABLE TRUST NE CORNER OF 96TH AVE & TIETON DR Change the Future Land Us, parcels from Low Density F Commercial and rezone thei Residential) to B-2 (Local F CPA#002-12 WASHINGTON FRUIT & PRODUCE CO 1500 BLOCK OF N 6TH AVE Change the Future Land Us, parcels from Regional Com nine parcels from Large Cor Industrial (M-1) for future e CPA#003-12 DONNA LOCKHART & GARY ROOKSTOOL 1021 S 31ST AVE Change the Future Land Us, from Medium Density Resi+ Commercial and rezone froi 1) to Local Business (B-2). CPA#004-12 _ WEST VALLEY NURSING HOMES, INC 300 BLOCK OF N 40TH AVE Change the Future Land Us. parcels from Medium Densi Residential and rezone lion- to Multi -Family Residential CPA#005-12 YAKIMA VENTURE CAPITAL LLC 714 SOUTH 6TH STREET Change the Future Land Us. from Low Density Resident and rezone from Single -Fan Business (B-2). CPA#006-12 APPLE LAND INVESTMENTS LLC / WAYNE CLASEN 8400 BLOCK OF OCCIDENTAL ROAD DOC. INDEX Change the Future Land Us. parcels from Low Density F Residential and rezone from to Multi -Family Residential community campus. 1 # D-5 • 4� City of Yakima .Planning Department - 129 N 2nd St "! Yakima, WA 98901 Date Project Name: YAKIMA VENTURE CAPITAL LLC ���®®�� Location: 714 SOUTH 6TH STREET Proposal: Change the Future Land Use map designation for one parcel from Low Commercial and rezone from Single -Family Residential (R-1) to Local PUBLIC NOTICE OF LAND USE REVIEW of Notice of Application - 06/05/2012 !L Density Residential to Neighborhood Business (B-2). A land use application has been submitted near your property. This is your notice To view information on-line go to: htto://www.yakimawa.gov/postcard When of that application. prompted enter CPA#005-12 information. North 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901 this application or requests or by email subject line. Also include your name 5:OOpm on 06/25/2012 in the Application ID text box. Click the Submit button to view the land use application More information is available from the City of Yakima Planning Division, 129 or call (509) 575-6183. Bruce Benson/575-6042/Supervising Planner/bbenson@ci.yakima.wa.us Decisions and future notices will be sent to anyone who submits comments on additional notice. Comments may be submitted in writing to the address above to: planning@ci.yakima.wa.us - Please include the Application ID in the email and address in the email. Written or emailed comments must be received by Public Hearing Date: 08/22/2012 Public hearings are scheduled to begin at 3:30pm in the Yakima City Council Chambers of City Hall located at: 129 North Second Street, Yakima, WA 98901 This application may include multiple land use types, including compliance with the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA). For specific information, please contact the Planning Division. Si necesita informacibn en espafiol por favor (lame al (509)575-6183. Application Submitted: 04/30/2012 Application Complete: 05/23/2012 • City of Yakima Planning Department 129 N 2nd St Yakima, WA 98901 LAND USE PUBLIC NOTICE Location of Proposed Action DOC. INDEX # 1-5c. CITY OF YAKIMA NOTICE OF APPLICATION, ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW AND PUBLIC HEARING DATE: TO: FROM: SUBJECT: June 5, 2012 SEPA Reviewing Agencies, Applicant and Adjoining Property Owners Joan Davenport, Planning Manager Comprehensive Plan Map Amendment, Rezone and Environmental Review. NOTICE OF APPLICATION File Number: CPA#005-12, RZ#005-12, SEPA#017-12 Project Applicant: Bill Hordan — Hordan Planning Services Project Location: 714 S 6th Street, Yakima, WA Parcel Number: 191319-43507 PROJECT DESCRIPTION The City of Yakima Department of Community & Economic Development has received applications from Bill Hordan, on behalf of property owner Yakima Venture Capital, LLC, for a Comprehensive Plan Map Amendment (CPMA), Rezone and Environmental Review of the subject property. The owner is requesting to change the Future Land Use Map designation for this property from Low Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial and to concurrently rezone from R-1, Single-family Residential to B-2, Local Business (see attached documents for further details). ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW This is to notify all the public and private agencies with jurisdiction and environmental expertise that the City of Yakima Division of Environmental Planning has been established as the lead agency, pursuant to the Washington State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) for the above stated project: The City of Yakima is presently inclined towards the issuance of a Determination of Non Significance (DNS) on this project utilizing the procedures set forth in WAC 197-11-355. This may be your only opportunity to comment on the environmental impacts of this proposal. The following conditions have been identified that may be used to mitigate any adverse environmental impacts: None Required Permits: None DOC. INDEX #_31:5,....., Required Studies: None Existing Environmental Documents: None Preliminary determination of the development regulations that will be used for proposal mitigation and consistency: Urban Area Zoning Ordinance and Urban Area Comprehensive Plan. 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, WA. REQUEST FOR WRITTEN COMMENTS You have the right to comment on this application and to become a party of record. Agencies, tribes, and the public are encouraged to review and comment on this proposal and its probable environmental impacts. All written comments received by 5:00 pm June 25, 2012 (regarding the SEPA Review) will be considered prior to issuing the final determination on this application. Please mail your comments on this project to: Joan Davenport, Planning Manager City of Yakima, 129 N 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901. Please be sure to reference the file numbers (CPA#005-12, RZ#005- 12, and SEPA #017-12) or the owner's name (Yakima Venture Capital, LLC) in any written correspondence. NOTICE OF DECISION A copy of the SEPA threshold determination will be mailed to you after the end of the 20 -day comment period. There will be a 14 - day SEPA appeal period effective upon the date of mailing the threshold determination. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING This comprehensive plan map amendment request and concurrent rezone will require two public hearings; one open record hearing before the City of Yakima's Planning Commission to be followed by a closed record hearing before the Yakima City Council. The public hearing before the Planning Commission has been tentatively scheduled for Wednesday, August 22, 2012, beginning at 3:30 pm, in the Council Chambers, City Hall, 129 N 2nd Street, Yakima, WA. Any person desiring to express their views on this matter is invited to attend the public hearing or to submit their written comments to: City of Yakima, Planning Division, 129 N 2nd St., Yakima, WA 98901. A separate notice will be provided for the public hearing before the Yakima City Council. If you have any questions on this proposal, please call Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner at (509) 575-6042 or e-mail at bbenson@ci.yakima.wa.us Encl: Applications, Environmental Checklist, and Mailing Map DOC. INDEX # n- 5 STATE OF WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 1011 Plum Sweet SE • PO Box 42525 • Olympia. Washington 98504-2525 • (360) 725-4000 www.commerce.wa.gov June 7, 2012 Joan Davenport Planning Manager City of Yakima 129 North Second Street Yakima, Washington 98901 Dear Ms. Davenport: Thank you for sending the Washington State Department of Commerce (Commerce) the following materials as required under RCW 36.70A.106. Please keep this letter as documentation that you have met this procedural requirement. City of Yakima - Proposed 2012 Comprehensive Plan amendments, including site rezones, and changes to the Future Land Use Map designations (CPA #001-12, 002-12, 003-12, 004-12, 005-12, and 006-12). These materials were received on June 05, 2012 and processed with the Material ID # 18144. We have forwarded a copy of this notice to other state agencies. If this submitted material is an adopted amendment, then please keep this letter as documentation that you have met the procedural requirement under RCW 36.70A.106. If you have submitted this material as a draft amendment, then final adoption may occur no earlier than sixty days following the date of receipt by Commerce. Please remember to submit the final adopted amendment to Commerce within ten days of adoption. If you have any questions, please contact Growth Management Services at reviewteam@commerce.wa.gov, or call Dave Andersen (509) 434-4491 or Paul Johnson (360) 725-3048. Sincerely, Review Team Growth Management Services DOC. INDEX # n -'-Ib June 8, 2012 To: Bruce Benson Supervising Planner From: Joe Rosenlund Streets & Traffic Operations Manager Re: CPA 005-12, 714 S 6th Street I have no issue with the rezone. If this parcel is associated with the convenience store at the comer, this should be held until they have been brought into compliance with requirements that were placed on them in previous applications. They still do not have a properly signed loading zone on Adams Street as required. Customer vehicles are continuously parked there forcing delivery trucks to block the roadway as they make deliveries. DOC. INDEX # p-�a DST Distribution List \;7f - e5 N } Applicant: Yakima Venture Capital LLC File Number: CPA#005-12, RZ#005-12, SEPA#017-12 Date of DST Meeting: Tune 20, 2012 Assigned Planner: Bruce Benson City of Yakima Divisions and Yakima Coun x Codes Joe Caruso P.O. Box 102, Yakima, WA 98901 Codes Sandy Cox Jamie Lee Stickel Codes Jerry Robertson Committee for Downtown Yakima Codes Royale Schneider x Codes Nathan Thompson x Codes Glenn Denman x Engineering Dan Ford x Stormwater Engineer Randy Meloy x Water/Irrigation Mike Shane x Wastewater Scott Schafer x Wastewater Shelley Willson x Fire Department Brandon Dorenbush Other Agencies x Streets/Traffic Engineering Joe Rosenlund P.O. Box 102, Yakima, WA 98901 Utility Services Pete Hobbs Jamie Lee Stickel Parks and Recreation Ken Wilkinson Committee for Downtown Yakima Transit Ken Mehin x Transit Kevin Futrell x Police Department Shawn Boyle Rick Dieker/John Dickman Refuse Nancy Fortier Nob Hill Water Yakima County Public Svcs Vern Redifer Yakima County Planning Steve Erickson 1210 Ahtanum Ridge Dr, Union Gap 98903 911 Communications Wayne Wantland Gwen Clear County Flood Control District Jeff Legg No. Yakima Soil Conservation District Ray Wondercheck 1606 Perry St Ste F, Yakima 98902 Updated as o Capitol Theatre Gay Parker P.O. Box 102, Yakima, WA 98901 Committee for Downtown Yakima Jamie Lee Stickel 115 North 3*d Street, Yakima 98901 Committee for Downtown Yakima James Stickel P.O. Box 9668, Yakima 98909 Committee Manager - CDY Manager P.O. Box 881, Yakima 98901 Yakima Tieton Irrigation District' Rick Dieker/John Dickman 470 Camp 4 Rd. Yakima, WA 98908 Nob Hill Water Jenna Leaverton 6111 Tieton Drive, Yakima 98908 Yakima County Health District Art McKuen 1210 Ahtanum Ridge Dr, Union Gap 98903 x WA State Department of Ecology Gwen Clear 15 W Yakima Ave Ste #200, Yakima 98902 No. Yakima Soil Conservation District Ray Wondercheck 1606 Perry St Ste F, Yakima 98902 Pacific Power and Light Co. Mike Paulson 500 N. Keys Rd, Yakima 98901 Qwest Tom McAvoy 8 South 2nd Ave Rm 304, Yakima 98902 Cascade Natural Gas Co. Sheila Ross 701 South 1St Ave, Yakima 98902 Yakima School District #7 Elaine Beraza 104 North 4th Ave, Yakima 98902 West Valley School District #208 Peter Ansingh 8902 Zier Rd, Yakima 98908 Charter Communications Kevin Chilcote 1005 North 16th Ave, Yakima 98902 County Clean Air Authority Gary Pruitt 329 North 1St Street, Yakima 98901 Yakima Waste Systems Scott Robertson 2812 Terrace Heights Dr, Yakima 98901 Yakima Greenway Foundation Al Brown 111 South 18th Street, Yakima 98901 US Post Office Jeff McKee 205 West Washington Ave, Yakima 98903 Yakima Valley Canal Co. Robert Smoot 1640 Garretson Lane, Yakima 98908 Department of Wildlife 1701 South 24th Ave, Yakima 98902 Department of Natural Resources 713 Bowers Rd, Ellensburg 98926 WSDOT (Dept of Transportation) Salah Al-Tamini 2809 Rudkin Rd, Union Gap 98903 Department of Fisheries Eric Bartrand P.O. Box 9155, Yakima 98909 Yakama Indian Nation Thalia Sachtleben P.O. Box 151, Toppenish 98948 Yakima Airport Lee Rimmel 2400 West Washington Ave, Yakima 98903 Trolleys Paul Edmondson 313 North ani Street, Yakima 98901 City of Union Gap David Spurlock P.O. Box 3008, Union Gap 98903 WSDOT, Aviation Division John Shambaugh 18204 59th Drive NE, Ste B, Arlington WA 98223 Governor's Office of Indian Affairs PO Box 40909, Olympia, WA 98504 Ahtanum Irrigation District Beth Ann Brulottoa. John Marvin771 PO Box 563, Yakima, WA. 98907 Pence Road, Yakima, WA 98909 Yakima-Klickitat Fisheries Project Department of Fish & Wildlife Mark Teske '� 2p1 North Pearl, Ellensburg, WA 98926 Updated as o Ibarra, Rosalinda From: Ibarra, Rosalinda Sent: Thursday, May 31, 2012 1:57 PM To: Caruso, Joe; Denman, Glenn; Ford, Dan; Meloy, Randy; Shane, Mike; Schafer, Scott; Willson, i Shelley; Dorenbush, Brandon; Rosenlund, Joseph; Futrell, Kevin; Boyle, Shawn Cc:'steven.erickson@co.yakima.wa.us' Subject: DST PACKETS - 2012 Comp Plan Amendments - CPA#001-12, CPA#002-12, CPA#003-12, CPA#004=12, CPA#005-12, CPA#006-12 Attachments: DST PACKET - Carlson Rev Trust- CPA001-12.pdf; DST PACKET - WA Fruit and Produce - CPA002-12.pdf; DST PACKET - Lockhart-Rookstool - CPA003-12.pdf; DST PACKET - WV Nursing Homes - CPA004-12.pdf; DST PACKET - Yakima Venture - CPA005-12.pdf; DST PACKET - AppleLand-Clasen - CPA006-12.pdf DST meeting scheduled for June 20, 2012. Please submit your comments in Paladin or e-mail them to the assigned planner no later than the meeting date. Rpsa1snda I6arra Planning Technician nbana@ci.vakima wa.us City of Yakima 129 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 p: (509) 575-6183 f: (509) 575-6105 1 DOC. INDEX cst•Key Z L !MANNING City of Yakima Development Services Team Request For Comments June 5, 2011 To: City of Yakima Development Services Team From: Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner Subject: Request for Comments Applicant: Yakima Venture Capital, LLC File Number: CPA#005-12, RZ#005-12, SEPA#017-12 Location: 714 S 6th Street Parcel Number(s): 191319-43507 DST MEETING DATE: 6/20/2012 Proposal Comprehensive Plan Amendment request to change Future Land Use Map designation from Low Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial and to concurrently rezone from R-1, Single-family Residential to B-2, Local Business. No project is proposed in this application. Please review the attached application and site plan and prepare any written comments you might have regarding this proposal. This project will come up for discussion at the weekly DST meeting to be held June 20, 2012 at 9:30 a.m. As always, should you have comments, but find you are unable to attend, please submit your comments prior to the meeting. My email address is bbenson@ci.yakima.wa.us and the Planning Department's fax number is (509) 575-6105. Should you have any questions, or require additional information, please call me at (509) 575-6042 Comments: Contact Person Department/Agency DOC. INDEX # D -1-I STATE OF WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF ECOLOGY 15 W Yakima Ave, Ste 200 G Yakima, WA 98902-3452 e (509) 575-2490 June 15, 2012 Joan Davenport Planning Manager City of Yakima 129 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 Re: CPA 005-12/RZ 005-12/SEPA 017-12 Dear Ms. Davenport: RECEIVED JUN 1 8 2012 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. Thank you for the. opportunity to comment on the pre -threshold determination for the comprehensive plan amendment and rezone from R-1 to B-2, proposed by Yakima Venture Capital, LLC. We have reviewed the environmental checklist and have the following comment. Toxics Clean-up Based upon the historical agricultural use of this land, there is a possibility the soil contains residual concentrations of pesticides. Ecology recommends that the soils be sampled and analyzed for lead and arsenic and for organochlorine pesticides. If these contaminants are found at concentrations above the MTCA clean-up levels Ecology recommends that potential buyers be notified of their occurrence. If you have any questions or would like to respond to these Toxics Clean-up comments, please contact Valerie Bound at (509) 454-7886. Sincerely, )tLievt dez.g,t, Gwen Clear Environmental Review Coordinator Central Regional Office (509) 575-2012 558 DOC. INDEX CA YAKIMA COUNTY z rA HI! GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SERVICES Subject Property ■• /� ■1 Subject Property P \ / All Roads Tax Lots Parcel Lot lines are for visual display only. Do not use for legal purposes. 0 75 150 225 300 Feel 1•. 200 NM M Yakimmp.com Copyright (C) 2012 Yakima County This map was derived from several databases The County cannot accept responsibility for any was Therefore,there are no warranties for this product. Plot dale. Apr 18.2012: maps 1, 2 YAKIMA COUNTY GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SERVICES Critical Areas .� II .. SubjectProperty FEMA 100 Year FLOODWAY = Flocdwy FEMA 100 Year FLOODPLAIN Zone A Zone AE Potential Wetlands Loral Wetland Inventory in Type - 2006 CAO 1 N2 •4 ♦er6 »w Ntamed *Plaices Environments ■natural conservancy ural urban urban can Floodway/CMZ SMP Streams Environments natural ' conservancy Nral urban urban con ^/ All Roads Q Tan Lots Parcel Lot lines are for visual display only. Do not use for legal purposes. 75 150 225 300 Feet 1'= 200 feel Ya,kimap.c_4m Copynphl (C) 2012 Yakima County This map was derived from several databases. Tne County cannot accept responaibli ly for any errors. Therefore.thero are no warranties for this product. Plot date' Apr 18, 2012: map2 Pacific Ave to E kdams St Perifir Ave• YAKIMA COUNTY GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SERVICES Site and Adjacent IExisting Future Land Use E Adamo St F : : Subject Property (�(� N All Roads `' e Tax Lots r'• gFuture Land Use v Low Density Resdenfial ZMedium Density Residential . 1A°] High Density Residential Professional Office - Regional Commercial - Neighborhood Commercial - Large Convenience Center ArtCommerci CBO Caro Corm�eralcrel mduatnaeriali RECEIVED APR 3 0 :.--,Z CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. Parcel Lot lines are for visual display only. Do not use for legal purposes. 0 75 150 225 300 Fant 1•. 200 feat w Y,kim>ap.q m Copyright (C) 2012 Yakima County This map was derived from several daaEasea. T s County cannot accept rssporisibMl1 br any MOSS Therefoe,there ere no warrsreNs for this product Piot dale: Apr 18, 2012: m1p3 pacific Ave E�dama st✓ Pn,.fu Avg rn N CA r rn GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SERVICES Proposed Future Land Use :: : subject Property A/ All Reads Tax Lots Future Land Use Low Density Residential Medium Density Residential 211 High Density Residential Professional Office - Regional Commercial -Neighborhood Commercial umLarge Convenience Center Medal Commeroal CBD Core Commercial Industrial E Adams St RECEIVED APR 3 0 122 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING 01V. Parcel Lot lines are for visual display only. Do not use for legal purposes. 75 150 225 300 feet 1'• 200 feel Akimap.com Copyright (C) 2012 Yakima County This map was derived from several databases. Th. County cannot accept responsibility for any errors. Thnafore,thers are no warranties for this product. Plot date*. Apr 18, 2012; map4 1 Pacific Ave EAdants St rn YAKIMA COUNTY GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SERVICES '! Existing Zoning !p • in Subject Property Per.;GC Aiv. U• N All Roads0 J Tax Lots Q Z y� City 01 Yakima Zoning F� SR Suburban Residential R-1 Single Family R-2 Two Family R-3 Mutl1-Family 8-1 Professional Business MI 8-2 Local Business ▪ HB Historical Business SCC Small Convenience Center MIN LCC Large Convenience Center ▪ CBD Central Business District _ CBD CBD Support GC General Commercial M-1 Ught Industnai M-2 Heavy Industrial RD Regional Development AS Airport Support RECEIVED APR 3 0 2:2 CPOF PLANNING DIVA .Parcel Lot Ilnes are for visual display only. Do not use for legal purposes. 76 150 225 300 Feet l 200 feet +�v Yakima p.cim Copyright (C) 2012 Yakima County This map was derived from several databases. The County cannot accept responsiblety for any errors. Therefore,thore are no warranties for this product. Piot date Apr 18, 2012: map6 Pacific Ave E Adams St Porifir evn EMn $ , GEOGRAPHIC INPORMATION SERVICES Proposed Zoning ■W. Subject Property N All Roads Tax Lots Clly°I Yaa Zoning SR kimSuburban Res,dential R-1 Single Family R-2 Two Family R-3 Multi -Family B-1 Professional Business B-2 Loral Business - HB H atoncal Business SCC Small Convenience Center LCC Large Convenience Center C80 Central Business District CBD CBD Support GC General Commercial M-1 Light Industnal M-2 Heavy Industrial RD Regional Development AS Airport Support RECEIVED APR 3 0::'2 CPYANNING DIV OF DIV. Parcel Lot lines are for visual display only. Do not use for legal purposes. 0 75 150 225 300 Feet 1'n 200 feat A Ya_kim?p.cQm Copyright (C) 2012 Yakima County Trus map was derived from several databases. The County cannot accept responsibility for any acro.. Thersfors,tbare are no warranties fa this product, Plot date! Apr 18, 2012; maps Vicinity Map tor t. NArWUJ- 12, KLP0 -1 '. 5t• PA#017-12 http://gis.ci.yakima.wa.us/yakimagis/printMap.html'?vicinity=true 1 6V" 404 701 703 705 707 709 801 603 805 809 811 813 814 61 405 Scale • 1:2000 704 706 71)6 710 714 602 804 806 808 810 406 703 705 707 709 711 713 715 504 801 803 805 807 609 811 613 815 704 706 708 710 507 718 5u8 804 806 808 810 812 T.15A by` 608 602 c4: 704 703 ! ---i 706 '708- 705 707 709 711 713 715 717 719 721 601 803 806 710 712 714 710 720 722 724 726 728 EI:2;1 806 807 808 810 811 812 813 814 815 816 712 700 703 705 707 7 139 Tit 713 710 -i 717 J 719 71 723 725 727 709 705 J 800_t 803 -P__ 605 807 809 811 8 7 7j 8 8 8 J 811 81 81 City of Yakima, Washington File Number: CPA#005-12, RZ#005-12, SEPA#017-12 Applicant: Bill Hordan Planning Services Owner: Yakima Venture Capital LLC Request: Change the Future Land Use map designation for one parcel from Low Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial and rezone from Single -Family Residential (R-1) to Local Business (B-2). Location: 714 South 6th Street Parcel Number(s): 19131943507 Subject Area Site Property Notification Area NOTIFICATION OF LAND USE APPLICATION DOC. INDEX # 1 -3 1 of 2 5/7/2012 3:22 PM Utility ivlap tor l.rAFuuJ-It. KLWUII?-I2, JENA#?UI 1-12 http://gis.ci.vakima.wa.us/yakimagis/printMap.html?utilitrtrut City of Yakima, Washington File Number: Applicant: Request: CPA#005-12, RZ#005-12, SEPA#017-12 Bill Hordan Planning Services Owner: Yakima Venture Capital LLC Change the Future Land Use map designation for one parcel from Low Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial and rezone from Single -Family Residential (R-1) to Local Business (B-2). Location: 714 South 6th Street Parcel Number(s): 19131943507 Mg Subject Area Site Water Pipe Sewer Pipe DOC. INDEX # D-3 1 of 2 5/7/2012 3:19 PN Lon ng Map tor l NA #UU)- 12, KL#UU5-12, S P P A i1 U 17-12 http://gis.ci.yakina.wa.us/yakimagi s/printMap.html?zonin�rui City of Yakima, Washington File Number: CPA#005-12, RZ#1005-12, SEPA#017-12 Bill Hordan Planning Services Applicant: Owner: Yakima Venture Capital LLC Request: Change the Future Land Use map designation for one parcel from Low Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial and rezone from Single -Family Residential (R-1) to Local Business (B-2). Location: 714 South 6th Street Parcel Number(s): 19131943507 Subject Area Site Zoning Boundary DOC. INDEX # D-3 1 oft 5/7/2012 3:21 PN rinure n.uriu use iviap Ior t rA4uu'- I.. KLFUUN- I!. SLNARO 17-12 1 oft http://e.is.ci.vakima.wa.us/yakimagis/primMap.huril?fulu—tru ss EiJN NAM ET Scale 1>4000 v _ 2 N f ',Aar to AYE N it ►ACrICAVE 1 City of Yakima, Washington File Number: CPA#005-12, RZ#005-12, SEPA#017-12 Applicant: Bill Hordan Planning Services Owner: Yakima Venture Capital LLC Request: Change the Future Land Use map designation for one parcel from Low Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial and rezone from Single -Family Residential (R-1) to Local Business (B-2). Location: 714 South 6th Street Parcel Numberlsl: 19131943507 Subject Area Site Lav Densty Resrderd a! • Med = Density Re srd enna l ■ ■ Hgh Density Residential RolesslcnaIOffice ■ M Reg;onalCormernal Neighborhood Camrrtrl Large Convenience Cents Menai Commercial CED Core Cormtiroal Industnal DOC. INDEX # 5/7/2012 3:21 Pry ,Aria) mato Map tor ?AttUtb-12, KL#005-1' SEPA#017-12 http://gis.ci.vakiina.Wa.us/yakimagis/printMap.html?photo—trtg City of Yakima, Washington File Number: CPA#005-12, RZ#005-12, SEPA#017-12 Bill Hordan Planning Services Applicant: Owner: Yakima Venture Capital LLC Request: Change the Future Land Use map designation for one parcel from Low Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial and rezone from Single -Family Residential (R-1) to Local Business (B-2). Location: 714 South 6th Street Parcel Number(s): 19131943507 Subject Area Site Aerial Photo: June 2008 DOC. INDEX # 1)--3 1 of 2 5/7/2012 3:22 PN. 4 AlYt1 tJ`i _ ENVIRONMENTAL CHECKLIST STATE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT (SEPA) (AS TAKEN FROM WAC 197-11-960) YAKIMA MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 6.88 PURPOSE OF CHECKLIST The State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA), RCW Ch. 43.21C, requires all governmental agencies to con sider the environmental impacts of a proposal before making decisions. An environmental impact statement (EIS) must be prepared for all proposals with probable significant adverse impacts on the quality of the environment. The purpose of this checklist is to provide information to help you and the agency identify impacts from your proposal (and to reduce or avoid impacts from the proposal, if it can be done) and to help the agency decide whether an EIS is required. INSTRUCTIONS FOR APPLICANTS This environmental checklist asks you to describe some basic information about your proposal. Governmental agencies use this checklist to determine whether the environmental impacts of your proposal are significant, requiring preparation of an EIS. Answer the questions briefly, with the most precise information known, or give the best description you can. You must answer each question accurately and carefully, to the best of your knowledge. In most cases, you should be able to answer the questions from your own observations or project plans without the need to hire experts. If you really do not know the answer, or if a question does not apply to your proposal, write "do not know" or "does not apply". Complete answers to the questions now may avoid unnecessary delays later. Some questions ask about governmental regulations, such as zoning, shoreline, and landmark designations. Answer these questions if you can. If you have problems, the governmental agencies can assist you. 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 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 impact. USE OF CHECKLIST FOR NO1 PROJECT PROPOSALS Complete this checklist for non -project proposals, even though questions may be answered "does not apply." IN ADDITION, complete the SUPPLEMENTAL SHEET FOR NONPROJECT ACTIONS (part D). For non -project actions, the references in the checklist to the words "project," "applicant," and "property or site" should be read as "proposal," "proposer," and "affected geographic, area," respectively. A. BACKGROUND INFORMATION (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 — (509) 249-1919. 3. Applicant's Address: 410 North 2"d Street, Yakima, WA 98901 RECEOVED 4. Contact Person & Phone: Same as applicant. APR 3 0 2012 5. Agency Requesting Checklist: City of Yakima CITY Of YAKIMA PLANNING DIV 6. Date The Checklist Was Prepared: April 25, 2012 7. Proposed Timing Or Schedule (Including Phasing, If Applicable): Not applicable, no land use action is proposed at this time. 8. Do you have any plans for future additions, expansion, or further activity related to or connected with this proposal? If yes, explain: Yes, upon a successful change in the Future Land Use Designation and Rezone of the property, commercial development will occur on the property. No specific commercial plan exists at this time. DOD. INDD # 9. List any environmental infor—.lion you know about that has been prepared, fuLtNEINEtr, directly related to this proposal: APR 3 0 23 i2 No additional environmental information is pending. CITY OF YAKIMAnn 10. Do you know whether applications are pending for gover nmental approvals o '' ' Mit directly affecting the property covered by your proposal? If yes, explain: No other applications are pending for governmental approvals that would affect this proposal. 11. List any govern ment approvals or permits that will be needed for your proposal, if known: Comprehensive Plan Land Use change to the Future Land Use Map and Rezone. 12. 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 to change the Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map designation on one parcel totaling approximately 6,970 square feet from Low Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial and to rezone the parcel from Single-family Residential to Local Business. 13. Location of the proposal. Give sufficient infor mation for a person to understand the precise location of your pro- posed 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 west side of South 66 Street, approximately 150 feet north of East Adams Street. The address of the property is 714 South 611' Street. The Yakima County Assessor's Parcel Numbers are 191319-43507. B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS (To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments 1. Earth a. General description of the site (I one): flat rolling ❑ hilly ❑ steep slopes ❑ mountainous ❑ other ❑ b. What is the steepest slope on the site (approximate percent slope)? Approximately 1 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 prime farmland. According to the Soil Survey of Yakima County Area Washington, the soil type is Ashue Loam. The soil is classified asprime farmland. DOC. INDEX B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEME.. AS (To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments d. Are there surface indications or history of unstable soils in the immediate vicinity? If so, describe. No. - ck 3 1 �� '� �' in �"94.y r% a .f.. c" :' e e. Describe the purpose, type, and approximate quantities of any filling or grading proposed. Indicate source of fill. No fill or grading is required as part of this application. f. Could erosion occur as a result of clearing, construction, or use'? If so, generally describe. Not as part of this application. g. About what percent of the site will be covered with impervious surfaces after project construction (for example, asphalt or buildings)? Not known, as there is no proposed project at this time. h. Proposed measures to reduce or control erosion, or other impacts to the earth, if any: None needed, none proposed. 2. Air a. What types of emissions to the air would result from the proposal (i.e., dust, automobile, odors, industrial wood smoke) during construction and when the project is completed? If any, generally describe and give approximate quantities if known. None as part of this land use change and rezone application. b. Are there any off-site sources of emissions or odor that may affect your proposal? If so, generally describe. None known by property owner. c. Proposed measures to reduce or control emissions or other impacts to air, if any: None needed, none proposed. 3. Water a. Surface: 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. No. 2. Will the project require any work over, in, or adjacent to (within 200 feet) the described waters? If yes, please describe and attach available plans. Not applicable. 3. Estimate the amount of fill and dredge material that would be placed in or re moved from surface water or wetlands and indicate the area of the site that would be affected. Indicate the source of fill material. Not applicable. DOC INDEX # D-2 S B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMI... iS (To be completed by the applicant) a Space Reserved for Agency Comments .9,g'OA 0 4/04) 4 e.P O. ` /-r41 q ''� 2 4. Will the proposal require surface water withdrawals or diversions? Give general description, purpose, and approximate quantities if known. Not applicable. 5. Does the proposal lie within a 100 -year floodplain? If so, note location on the site plan. No. 6. 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: 1. Will ground water be withdrawn, or will water be discharged to ground water? Give general description, purpose, and approximate quantities if known. No. 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, this is a non project land use change and rezone request. c. Water Runoff (including stormwater): 1. 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. 2. Could waste materials enter ground or surface waters? If so, generally describe. Not applicable. 3. Proposed measures to reduce or control surface, ground, and runoff water impacts, if any: None needed, none proposed. 4. Plants: a. Check (✓) types of vegetation found on the site: Deciduous Tree: ■ Alder 0 Maple 0 Aspen 0 Other Evergreen Green: 0 Fir ❑ Cedar 0 Pine 0 Other 0 Shrubs 0 Grass ❑ Pasture Crop Or Grain • Other Wet Soil Plants: ■ Cattail []Buttercup ❑ Bullrush ❑Skunk Cabbage ■ Other Water Plants: ❑ Milfoil ❑ Eelgrass ❑ Water Lily 0 Other Other Types Of Vegetation: %ms DOC. b. What kind and amount of vegetation will be removed or altered? No vegetation will be removed or altered as part of this application. INDEX >' ' - B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEML.. i`S (To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments c. List threatened or endangered species known to be on or near the site. None known by the property owner. RECEIVE APR 3 0 2 J CITY OF YAK PLANNING 014 d. Proposed landscaping, use of native plants, or other measures to preserve or enhance vegetation on the site, if any: None needed, none proposed. 5. Animals: a. Check (✓) any birds and animals which have been observed on or near the site or are known to be on or near the site: Birds: 0 Hawk 0 Heron 0 Eagle I�ongbirds ■ Other Mammals: ❑ Deer Bear Elk Beaver ❑ Other Fish: ❑ Bass ■ Salmon ■ Trout El Herring ❑ Shellfish El Other b. List any threatened or endangered species known to be on or near the site. None known by the property owner. 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. 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 as part of this application. b. 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 as there is no proposal. 7. Environmental Health 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. No. 1. Describe special emergency services that might be required. No special emergency services are required for this application. 2. Proposed measures to reduce or control environmental health hazards, if any: None needed, none proposed. b. Noise 1. What types of noise exist in the area, which may affect your project (for example: traffic, equipment, operation, other)? Minor traffic noise exists in the area. It will not affect this proposal. noc, INDEX B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMh.... S (To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments 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 land use change and rezone will not create any noise. RECEIVE[ APR 3 0 23 CITY OF YAKIM PLANNING GI! 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? The site consists of a vacant lot. Adjacent property to the south is developed or being developed for small-scale local commercial uses. All other surrounding properties are residential. b. Has the site been used for agriculture? If so, describe. No. c. Describe any structures on the site. There are no structures located on the site. d. Will any structures be demolished? If so, what? Not applicable. e. What is the current zoning classification of the site? Single -family Residential f. What is the current comprehensive plan designation of the site? Low Density Residential. g. If applicable, what is the current shoreline master program designation of the site? Not applicable. h. Has any part of the site been classified as an "environmentally sensitive" area? If so specify. No. i. Approximately how many people would reside or work in the completed project? Not applicable, there is no project. j. Approximately how many people would the completed project displace? Not applicable, there is no project. k. Proposed measures to avoid or reduce displacement impacts, if any. None needed, none proposed. 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. 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. ®0C°' 2 A B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEML....'S (To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments b. Approximately how many units, if any, would be eliminated? Indicate whether high, middle, or low-income housing. Not applicable. RECEIVE APR 3 0 a CITY OF YAK PLANNING a c. Proposed measures to reduce or control housing impacts, if any: Not applicable. 10. Aesthetics a. What is the tallest height of any proposed structures, not including antennas; what are the principal exterior building materials proposed? Not applicable, no structures are proposed. b. What views in the immediate vicinity would be altered or obstructed? No known views in the immediate area will be altered or obstructed as part of this application. c. Proposed measures to reduce or control aesthetic impacts, if any: None needed, none proposed. 11. Light and G lare a. What type of light or glare will the proposal produce? What time of day would it mainly occur? No light or glare will be produced as part of this 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 known sources of off-site light or glare which would affect this proposal. d. Proposed measures to reduce or control light and glare impacts, if any: None needed, none proposed. 12. Recreation a. What designated and informal recreational opportunities are in the immediate vicinity? Local school playgrounds are in the immediate area and offer formal and informal recreational opportunities. b. Would the proposed project displace any existing recreational uses? If so, describe. No recreational opportunities will be displaced. 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. INDEX DOC. 41 IL. IA B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEML...tS (To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments 13. Historic and Cultural Preser vation RECEIVI APR 3 O ; ITAPLOF YA OF CITY LJ a. Are there any places or objects listed on, or proposed for, national, state, or local preservation registers known to be on or next to the site? If so, generally describe. No. b. Generally describe any landmarks or evidence of historic, archaeological, scientific, or cultural important known to be on or next to the site. None known by the property owner. c. Proposed measures to reduce or control impacts, if any: None needed, none proposed. 14. Transportation a. Identify public streets and highways serving the site, and describe proposed access to the existing street system. Show on site plans, if any. The site is served by South 6`s Street which connects to other urban arterials and eventually the state highway system. b. Is site currently serviced by public transit? If not, what is the approximate distance to the nearest transit stop? Yes, the nearest stop is approximately 100 feet away. c. How many parking spaces would the completed project have? How many would the project eliminate? Not applicable, there is no project. d. Will the proposal require any new roads or streets, or improvements to existing roads or streets, not including driveways? If so, generally describe (indicate whether public or private). No, there is no project at this time. e. Will the project use (or occur in the immediate vicinity of) water, rail, or air transportation? If so, generally describe. No. f. How many vehicular trips per day would be generated by the completed project? If known, indicate when peak volumes would occur. Not applicable, there is no project. g. 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, health care, schools, other)? If so, generally describe: No. DOC. INDEX MA V B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEML A'S (To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments 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. No utilities are proposed to be extended to the property at this time. RECEIVI APR 3 0 : CITY OF YAK PLANNING C 16. Utilities a. Circle uti ' ' • urren vailable at the site: electricit atural gas water efuse service elephon .: septic system, other. 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 itss decision. 1 • _--� 41—Z7—( Property 'Owner or Agent Signature Date Submitted P g g PLEASE COMPLETE SECTION "D" ON THE NEXT PAGE IFF THERE IS NO PROJECT RELATED TO THIS ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW DOC. INDEX D VA D. SUPPLEMENT SHEET FOR NONPROJECT ACTIONS (To be completed by the applicant.) (DO NOT USE THE FOLLOWING FOR PROJECT ACTIONS) Space Reserved For Agency Comments Because 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 and how it would affect the item at a greater intensity or at a faster rate than if the proposal were not implemented. RECEIVE APR 3 0 " CITY OF YAId PLANNING C 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? No increase to water, emissions to air or toxic/or hazardous substances are proposed. No increase in noise levels are anticipated by a change to the Comprehensive Plan or Rezone. Proposed measures to avoid or reduce such increases are: If applicable, complete an additional SEPA Checklist once a project has been proposed. 2. How would the proposal be likely to affect plants, animals, fish, or marine life? This proposal will have no effect to plants, animals, fish or marine life. Proposed measures to protect or conserve plants, animals, fish, or marine life are: Conservation of these issues would be reviewed through additional SEPA review and implementation of rules and regulations of the Critical Areas Ordinance. 3. How would the proposal be likely to deplete energy or natural resources? Not applicable, no natural resources are being exploited through this application. 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? Compliance with local, state and federal ordinances will ensure protection occurs. Proposed measures to protect such resources or to avoid or reduce impacts are: See answer above. 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? This proposal will not affect shorelines, as there are none. Future land use development of the property will be dictated by local, state and federal 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 local and state highways. A minor demand in public services and utilities would likely occur as the property is developed. Proposed measures to reduce or respond to such demand(s) are: All new development would be required to meet concurrency requirements prior to development occurring. 7. 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. DOC. INDEX . D r2 rvv INDEX # D -I LAND USE APPLICATION CITY OF YAKIMA, DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 129 NORTH SECOND STREET, 2ND FLOOR, YAKIMA, WA 98902 VOICE: (509) 575-6183 FAX: (509) 575-6105 %, ; , jt = 3 ,�mw/J INSTRUCTIONS'—PLEASE READ FIRST Please type or print your answers clearly. • Answer all questions completely. if you have any questions about this form or the application process, please 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. PART II and III contain additional information specific to your proposal and MUST be attached to this page to complete the application. PART I'- GENERAL INFORMATION _ 1. Applicant's Name, Address, And Phone Number Name Hozj, / A...4,004 Satuir„ Street Li/ 0 ijpg,11f Z N7 Cr. City LiAtt. OM4 ST WA. Zip 9$901 Phone ( )2544—i /4 2. Applicant's Property Interest Check One 1 Owner 0 Agent • Purchaser Nr Other PLAA+0B2_ 3. Property Owner's Name, And Phone Number (If Other Than Applicant) Name YAglo yA V h r i7 1-1-6..Address, Street g /7, 0, Bay Z,pZL City 11 h /F- ST W4 Zip 96101 Phone I ( ) 95-z- cog/ 4. Subject Property's Assessor's Parcel Number(s): I /3/9 -'/3507 5. Property Address: rvi S. toll— pa $'T. RECEIVED 6. Legal Description of Property. (if lengthy, $' frilm-e-eteD please attach it on a separate document) APR 3 0 2012 7. Property's Existing Zoning: SR NI/R-1 ❑ R-2 ■ R-3 ❑ B -I ■ 8-2 ■ HB ❑ SCC IN LCC MI CBD ID GC ❑ AS 1 '„Y;A❑ Tr.�, 2 8. • ❑ ❑ ■ ■ • ❑ • ❑ Type Of Application: (Check All That Apply) Administrative Adjustment IX Type (2) Review 0 Type (3) Review ■ Short Plat ■ Long Plat 0 Admin. Modification 0 Appeal 0 Home Occupation Short Plat Exemption: Environmental Checklist Right -of -Way VacationRezone Transportation Concurrency Non -Conforming Structure/Use Type 3 Modification Interpretation by Hearing Temporary Use Permit Comp Plan Amendment ■ (SEPA) 0 0 ■ ■ Examiner 0 1 1 Other: Easement Release Shoreline Critical Areas Variance Amended Plat Binding Site Plan Planned Development PART II — SUPPLEMENTAL APPLICATION, PART III —REQUIRED ATTACHMENTS, & PART IV. - NARRATIVE , 9. SEE ATTACHED SHEETS PART V'— CERTIFICATION:• 10.1 certify that the information on this application and the required attachments are true and correct to the best of my knowledge. -3a —/Z PROPERTY • Et: IGNATURE DATE FOR ADMINISTRATIVE USE ONLY Revised 02-11 Notes: FILE # 'gC Nig !), tpti -4 .1Z�tbs4 DATE FEE PAID RECEIVED BY Amount Receipt No. Hearing Date 14.'O_11, elt.Ukk..hCen, faiiM.OD CQ -f ois3?0,R rvv INDEX # D -I LEGAL DESCRIPTION (Yakima Venture Capital, LLC) 191319-43507 — Lot 7, Block 118 of the Plat of Rainer Addition, as recorded in Volume "B" of Plats, Page 23, records of Yakima County, Washington. ECiIVED APR 3 0 2012 ptGDIV 4I DOD. INDEX # _1-I . oe—%bU V Q1.1 APR 3 0 2312 DOC. INDEX ,,. Jit '.. Supplemental eiTY ' OF YAKlN1r1 • Application For: COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENI� 1 YAKIMA MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 16.10 :��r PART IV - NARRATIVE . A. Does your proposal address circumstances that have changed since the last time the relevant comprehensive plan map or text was considered? If so, how? Se Ainjc/ieo U.1.1.4 AIR-4¢477VE -/1--- fZES/ba$E'' 7 sic-- 0c4E$7t'S O) -"MU #9.46E-• B. Does your proposal better implement applicable comprehensive plan policies than the current relevant comprehensive plan map or text? If so, how? C. Does your proposal correct an obvious mapping error? If so, what is the error? D. Does your proposal address an identified deficiency in the Comprehensive Plan? If so, what is the deficiency? E. Is the proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendment coordinated with, and take into consideration, the comprehensive plans adopted by Yakima County or cities with which the City of Yakima has, in part, common borders or related regional issues as may be required by RCW 36.70A.100? If so, how? F. Is the proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendment consistent with the Growth Management Act (GMA), RCW Ch. 36.70A, and the Yakima County -Wide Planning Policy (CWPP)? If so, how? G. Have the cumulative impacts of all comprehensive plan amendments been considered in the evaluation of the proposed amendment? If so, how? H. For Future Land Use Map changes, please provide descriptive information regarding the property, including the status of existing land use, access to sewer and water, as well as the availability of public facilities such as schools, fire and police services. 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 02-11 DOC. INDEX RECEIVED .;r- `'. -.- t ,:11-,, 1.,-,ii -' ; Supplemental Application For: CITY OF YAKIMA COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT YAKIMA MUNICIPAL CODE, CHAPTER 16.10 ADMINISTRATION OF DEVELOPMENT PERMIT REGULATIONS PART II -APPLICATION INFORMATION': ' '. • ; .1.- - ' ' -- ' ..... - : , .. .. 1. TYPE OF APPLICATION: ['Comprehensive Plan Text Amendment XFuture Land Use Map Amendment 2. EXISTING ZONING ❑ SR 14R -I 0 R-2 OF SUBJECT PROPERTY: ■ R-3 0 B-1 ■ B-2 0 HB ■ SCC 0 LCC ■ CBD 1 GC ■ AS ❑ RD 0 M-1 • M-2 3. DESIRED ZONING OF SUBJECT PROPERTY: ❑ SR ■ R-1 0 R-2 ❑ R-3 ■ B-1 %B-2 0 HB 0 SCC 0 LCC • CBD ■ GC 1 AS • RD 0 M-1 • M-2 4. EXISTING FUTURE gLow Density Residential Commercial 0 Large LAND USE DESIGNATION: 0 Medium Density Residential ■ High Density Residential 0 Professional Office ■ Neighborhood Convenience Center ■ Arterial Commercial ❑ CBD Core Commercial 1 Regional Commercial 0 Industrial 5. DESIRED FUTURE ❑ Low Density Residential LAND USE DESIGNATION: 1 Medium Density Residential 0 High Density Residential 0 Professional Office rgr Neighborhood Commercial 1 Large Convenience Center 1 Arterial Commercial 0 CBD Core Commercial 0 Regional Commercial ■ Industrial 6. PUBLIC FACILITIES Transportation 15 Water IR Sewer AND SERVICES AVAILABLE: Rights -Of -Way 'Police And Fire Protection Parks And Trails ,'4 Schools xi Storm Drainage Electricity [$jNatural Gas al Telephoneg Cable TV PART Ill - REQUIRED ATTACHMENTS:: •::.:: - . - , . • 7. MAPS: Maps of the subject property indicating roads, any area designated as critical areas, the future land use designation of adjacent properties, and current & proposed future land use designations. Maps are to be provided in both an 8-1/2" by 11" and 11" by 17" format and to a standard engineering scale (e.g. 1:20). 8. SUBMITTAL FOR POLICY/REGULATORY AMENDMENTS: Identification of the proposed amendment indicating the section and paragraph location for the current Comprehensive Plan provision sought to be changed, if any, and including, for text amendments, the specific text sought to be added or amended. (attach) 9. WRITTEN NARRATIVE (required. see attached): (stating the reasons for the request for the amendment and explaining how the proposed amendment meets the criteria in YMC § 16.10.040) 10. TRAFFIC CONCURRENCY (may be required): 11. ENVIRONMENTAL CHECKLIST (required): 12. SITE PLAN: 13. AUTHORIZATION: I hereby authorize the submittal of this Comprehensive Plan Amendment Application to the City of Yakima for review. /r LI -3D '/z -- Property a $ - ' ai .tune (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 Revised 02-11 RECEIVED PART III — REQUIRED ATTACHMENTS APR 3 0 :ail NUMBER 9 — WRITTEN NARRATIVE CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. A. Does your proposal address circumstances that have changed since the last time the relevant comprehensive plan or text was considered? If so, how? Yes, this proposal addresses circumstances that have changed since the last time the relevant comprehensive plan was considered. Specifically, this neighborhood is in the midst of changing demographics. Residents of the neighborhood mainly travel on foot to acquire necessary food stuffs and services. Since the time of the last comprehensive land use change, business activity has increased and it is the desire of the property owner to expand the commercial node which exists in the area. At the time of application submittal, the owner of this property is constructing a Laundromat on the adjoining property to the south of this property. Expansion of this commercial node will help meet the demands of the residents of the area without them having to travel long distances for commodities and services. B. Does your proposal better implement applicable comprehensive plan policies than the current relevant comprehensive plan map or text? If so, how? Yes, this proposal better implements applicable comprehensive plan policies than current relevant comprehensive plan because it complies with Goal 3.12 which states: "Provide small scale, neighborhood convenience commercial use and services, primarily serving residents of adjacent neighborhoods." The goal is backed by all of the following policies: 3.12.1 — A Neighborhood Commercial center will provide land uses for businesses such as grocery stores, convenience stores, drug stores, restaurants and small retail stores. 3.12.2 — The typical size of a Neighborhood Commercial development is three to ten acres and serves a population of 3,000 — 40,000 people. 3.12.3 — Neighborhood Commercial uses shall be located at the intersection of Principle arterial, minor arterial or collector arterials. 3.12.4 — Neighborhood Commercial may be allowed when water and sewer service, street improvements, traffic control devices, municipal services and other development -related improvements are in place. 3.12.5 — Adequate buffering shall be provided between adjacent residential land uses. 3.12.6 — No motor vehicle access to the commercial site shall be routed through residential areas. DOC. INDEX # I RECEIVED APR 3 0 :212 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. 3.12.7 -- Neighborhood Commercial uses shall be located in areas that will enhance, rather than hinder, the stability of residential areas. 3.12.8 — The predominant uses of Neighborhood Commercial shall be small-scale business that will not have significant adverse impacts on adjacent neighborhoods. In this instance, the proposal would better implement the above goal and policies by permitting the expansion of the existing commercial center. This permits growth in an orderly manner using the parameters of the comprehensive plan as its guide for the benefit of the neighborhood as a whole. C. Does your proposal correct an obvious mapping error? If so, how? No, there does not appear to be an obvious mapping error. This proposal will permit the existing Neighborhood Commercial node to expand and accommodate the needs of the neighborhood by providing additional lands for goods and services to be offered in this area. D. Does your proposal address an identified deficiency in the Comprehensive Plan? If so, what is the deficiency? This proposal does identify a deficiency in the Comprehensive Plan. The deficiency is that small-scale neighborhood commercial areas, that were originally designated commercial, only recognized the existing land use which was located on the property. Because of this, no adjoining lands were set designated for expansion of existing commercial land uses. Thus, expansion of a small-scale neighborhood commercial area requires property owners to acquire abutting parcels and have the future land use designation changed and the property rezoned to meet expansion needs. E. Is the proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendment coordinated with, and take into consideration, the comprehensive plans adopted by Yakima County or cities with which the City of Yakima has, in part, common borders or related regional issues as may be required by RCW 36.70A.100? If so, how? Yes, this proposal is consistent with RCW 36.70A.100. This application is part of the annual comprehensive plan update for the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan. The City of Yakima coordinates this update with Yakima County for consistency between the jurisdictions. DOC. INDEX # b -I RECEIVED APR 3 0 2312 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. F. Is the proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendment consistent with the Growth Management Act (GMA), RCW Ch.36.70A, and the Yakima County -wide Planning Policy (CWPP)? If so, how? Yes, this proposal is consistent with the Growth Management Act and the Yakima County -wide Plarming Policy because the proposal directs urban growth to an existing urban area (within City Limits first) and encourages infill in an area where all urban level services and facilities are currently provided. The proposal reduces sprawl and is served with an adequate transportation system. This proposal also encourages economic development in the urban area and provides good and services for lower income residents of the neighborhood. G. Have the cumulative impacts of all comprehensive plan amendments been considered in the evaluation of the proposed amendment? If so, how? The cumulative impacts of all comprehensive plan amendments are determined by the jurisdiction processing the proposed amendment. In this situation, the impact is small, as the request is to change the Future Land Use Map on one parcel from Low-density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial. The total size of the parcel is approximately 6,970 square feet in size. The cumulative impact of this proposal should be minimal. H. For Future Land Use Map changes, please provide descriptive information regarding the property, including the status of existing land use, access to sewer and water, as well as the availability of public facilities such as schools, fire and police services. The proposal consists of one parcel which currently abuts an existing small-scale commercial node lying to the south. The existing commercial node consists of a small grocery store, beauty shop and a Laundromat that is currently under construction. Existing land uses outside the commercial node are a mixture of single-family and two- family residential dwellings. Some multi -family residences lie within the general area. The proposal is located in an area where all urban services and facilities are located. No extension of utilities is,required and adequate public facilities exist to accommodate this future expansion. DOC. INDEX DOC. INDEX #D - I ,= r '�F ',��, t.+» '' Supplemental Application For: IKEIVED REZONES APR 3 0 012 YAKIMA MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 15.23 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. PART IV - NARRATIVE L How is the subject property suitable for uses permitted under the proposed zoning? • SE A17)44fer Wi21i79%-, Al.t74:. 'F'At/ sPo,vZ- Tv ,*cam` t sriods 04U -niv s P 44€. What is the status of existing land use? J. How is the rezone request in compliance with andlor how does the request deviate from the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan? K. 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 be implemented to address any short falls in public services that may exist? L. 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.? • M. 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 02-11 DOC. INDEX #D - I INDEX #s, D-1 .44.." ',- • �. ;..Fr ',`` �`' .IT-E1 ` -. F Supplemental Application For. RECEIVED REZONES YAKIMA MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 15.23 APR 3 0 12 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. PART IV:, APPLICATION INFORMATION ' ' - __ • ::.,.- - " ` 1. EXISTING ❑ SR gR-1 ZONING OF SUBJECT PROPERTY: ■ R-2 0 R-3 013-1 0 B-2 ■ 1111 ■ SCC ■ LCC 0 CBD ■ GC ■ AS 0 RD ■ M-1 ■ M-2 2. DESIRED ZONING R-1 0 R-2 OF SUBJECT PROPERTY: IN SR ■ ❑ R-3 0 B-1 %B-2 ■ HB 0 SCC 0 LCC 0 CBD 0 GC ■ AS 0 RD ■ M-1 ■ M-2 3. ZONING ❑ SR 0 OF ADJOINING PROPERTY (check all that apply): R-1 ■ R-2 0 R-3 0 B-1 0 B-2 ■ HB 0 SCC 1 LCC ■ CBD 0 GC 0 AS 0 RD ■ M-1 0 M-2 4. EXISTING A Low Density ❑ Neighborhood FUTURE Residential Commercial Commercial LAND USE DESIGNATION: 0 Medium Density Residential ■ High Density Residential 0 Professional Office ■ Large Convenience Center ■ Arterial Commercial 0 CBD Core Commercial 0 Industrial • Regional 5. PROPOSED FUTURE Is there a proposed change If so what is the proposed o Low Density Residential Neighborhood Commercial ❑ Regional Commercial LAND USE DESIGNATION: to the Future Land Use Map? future land use designation? 0 Medium Density Residential 0 High Density Residential ❑ Professional Office 0 Large Convenience Center ■ Arterial Commercial ■ CBD Core Commercial 1 Industrial 6. PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES AVAILABLE: 'Transportation Pg Rights-Of-Way [Police And Fire Protection gParks And Trails 12 Schools XI Water StSewer f"Stonn Drainage 'Electricity IONatural Gas 1;ST Telephone 53 Cable TV PART III - REQUIRED 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 the submittal of this Rezone or Text Amendment Application to the City of Yakima for review. 4-30-12-- Property Owner a (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 P]®e., Revised 02-11 INDEX #s, D-1 PART III - REQUIRED ATTACHMENTS NUMBER 7 - WRITTEN NARRATIVE RECEIVED APR 3 0 212 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING OIV I. How is the subject property suitable for uses permitted under the proposed zoning? The subject property is suitable for uses permitted under the proposed zoning change because the project will ultimately be "melded" with commercial uses located to the south. This melding of the property will create the opportunity for the property owner to establish uses which are permitted by the zoning code and that will provide goods and services to the surrounding neighborhood. Uses within the zoning code, and permitted in this zone, are small-scale uses that are compatible with surrounding land uses. Uses that may have incompatibility issues are usually classified as Class 2 or Class 3 Uses and must be processed as such prior to locating in the zoning district. What is the status of the existing land use? The status of the existing land use is a vacant lot. The subject lot is owned by the same property owner's to the south, which is also zoned Local Business. The abutting property to the south is currently under construction for the purpose of establishing of a laundromat. J. 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 the proposal meets many of the goals, objectives and policies of the Plan for commercial development. Specifically, this request encourages commercial development within the urban area, within the city limits, along an arterial street route, served with full urban standards and provides a convenient shopping location consistent with the development pattern of the community (Goal 3.12 and supporting Policies 3.12.1 through 3.12.8). DOC. INDEX #3-1 APR 3 0 2012 CITY OF YAKIMA K. Are there adequate public facilities, such as traffic capacity, sewer PadifinM0 0IV. potable water, stormwater 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 has direct frontage and access to South 6th Street on the east. The property is, or can be, served with all other infrastructure including domestic water, sanitary sewer, natural gas, electricity, telephone and any other needed utilities. 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? Since previous projects, in this area were previously reviewed for public facilities in prior rezone requests, all indications are that public facilities exist to support the rezone request. If any short fall exists in the delivery of services, necessary mitigation will take place by the developer, to ensure that adequate public facilities are in place at the time of construction. L. How is the proposed zone change compatible with the existing neighboring uses? The proposed zone change is compatible with existing neighboring uses because properties to the south are currently zoned Local Business and contain or will contain small-scale neighborhood businesses. This proposal will follow that model, and as the property develops, will be limited to small-scale commercial endeavors that are deemed compatible with the neighborhood through future land use approvals. To date, previous land use change requests by this property owner have brought forth adverse impacts and incompatibility issues. Those issues have been mitigated through the public hearing process and through site development standards. 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 the rezone request. However, appropriate mitigation is built into the zoning code through regular site plan approval. Additionally, any Class 2 or Class 3 Reviews that may be approved, provide an additional level of protection to the neighborhood because these uses may have incompatibilities with the neighborhood. In those instances public comment or public hearings are required for land uses which generally require mitigation measures to off -set negative impacts. DOC INDEX M. What is the public need for the proposed change? The public need arises from the fact that this small neighborhood commercial node is expanding. The expansion is based on the need of the existing commercial uses by the surrounding neighborhood. This location has become a convenient location for neighbors to acquire necessary retail items and desired services. The property owner recognizes this demand and desires to provide the goods and services which the neighborhood requests. The proposal also promotes economic development, provides jobs and helps maintain a strong neighborhood core. This rezone request is consistent with the comprehensive plan because it allows an existing commercial center to expand without creating a new commercial center. RECEIVED APR 3 0 2012 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. DOC. INDEX Department of Commur' lnd Economic Development Office of Code Admini:. in Receipt Number: CR -12-083268 129 North Second Street, 2nd Floor Yakima, Washington 98901 Receipt. Date:04/30/2012 Cashier: CDELLING Payer/Payee Name: YAKIMA:VENTUREICAPITAL LLC Application'# Pareat Fees Description Originaf,:Fee: :Amount. 'mount Paid; Fee .Balance SEPA#017-12 714S6TH ST CPA#005-12 714 S 6TH ST RZ#005-12 714 S 6TH ST 19131943507 19131943507 19131943507 SEPA Environmental Review Comprehensive Plan Amendment Rezone $265.00 $500.00 $560.00 Total Paid: Tendered Amt: Change Due: Payment Method • Reference, Number Tendered Amount, CHECK 10517 Total: $ 1,325.00 $1,325.00 $265.00 $500.00 $560.00 $1,325.00 $1,325.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Receipt # Receipt Date Prevous Payment History Fee'pescription Amount:Paid,' °ApplicatibrE# - Parcel. RECEIVED APR 3 0 2012 IOF YAKIM NNING DIVA DOC. INDEX i.1) -I 2012 COMiPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENTS Yakima City Council Public Hearing CHAPTER E APPLE LAND INVESTMENTS, INC. / WAYNE CLASEN CPA#006-12, RZ#006-12, SEPA#018-12 EXHIBIT ver .- t ` 1 - DOCUMENT q DATE E-1Land Use Application submitted for Comp Plan Amendment, Rezone, and SEPA Review with Narratives 04/30/2012 E-2 Environmental Checklist 04/30/2012 E-3 Maps: Future Land Use, Vicinity, Mailing, Aerial, Zoning, and Atlas 04/30/2012 E -3a Comment Letter from Gwen Clear, Dept of Ecology 06/18/2012 E-4 DST Review - Request for Comments and DST Distribution List E -4a: Comments received from Joe Rosenlund, Streets & Traffic Operations Manager E -4b: Comments received from Kevin Futrell, Transit Division E -4c: Acknowledgement Letter received from Dept. of Commerce 06/20/2012 E-5 Notice of Application, Environmental Review, and YPC Public Hearing E -5a: Postcard Notice E -5b: Parties and Agencies Notified E -5c: Affidavit of Mailing 06/05/2012 E-6 Land Use Action Installation Certificate 07/02/2012 E-7 Notice of Decision of Final Determination of Non Significance E -7a: Parties and Agencies Notified E -7b: Affidavit of Mailing 07/13/2012 E-8 Legal Notice of YPC Public Hearing Published in Yakima Herald -Republic 07/13/2012 E-9 Yakima Planning Commission Agenda & Distribution List 08/08/2012 E-10 Staff Report 08/08/2012 CITY OF YAKIMA DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 2012 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENTS Amendment Request Submitted by: Wayne Clasen and Apple Land Investments, LLC For Changes to the Future Land Use and Zoning Maps of the City of Yakima Combined Staff Report CPA#006-12, RZ#006-12, & SEPA #018-12 Staff Contact: Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner 575-6042 SUMMARY OF RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends to the Yakima City Planning Commission that this Comprehensive Plan map amendment and rezone request be approved. APPLICANT: LOCATION: PARCEL NOS: SUMMARY OF REQUEST Wayne Clasen and Apple Land Investments, LLC Vicinity of the 8400 block of Occidental Road 181206-21001, 21005, 21007, 21401, and 21402 The applicants are requesting to change the future land use designation to High Density Residential and to concurrently rezone to R-3, Multi -family Residential. CURRENT ZONING AND LAND USE The proposal site currently has a Low Density Residential Future Land Use Map designation and is zoned! R-1, Single-family Residential. The properties are currently in residential and/or agricultural use. Adjacent properties have the following characteristics: Location Zoning Comprehensive Plan North R-1 Low Density Residential South R-1 Low Density Residential East R-1 Low Density Residential West B -2/R-1 Local Business Land Use Golf Course/Residential Residential/Agriculture Residential/Agriculture Golf Course APPLICATION BACKGROUND This application involves five properties which when combined are approximately 19.5 acres in size. They are situated on the south side of Coolidge Road to the east of S 86th Avenue and may be accessed from either street. There are single family homes on four 1 DOC. INDEX # :-to of the five parcels together with several associated agricultural buildings. Apart from the home sites the majority of the property is in orchard and the rest in pasture. Roughly, the combined properties running from west to east are approximately 1520 feet in length and have a west to east slope of approximately 60 feet over that distance. From Occidental to the south there is also a pronounced slope which runs down to the south edge of the properties and the city limits. Continuing southward there is a drop-off into a gully which lies outside', of this area in unincorporated Yakima County. The surrounding area has historically been agricultural and/or large lot residential. The development of Apple Tree Golf Course and its associated residential developments immediately to the westhave greatly increased interest in this area and will no doubt hasten the change from predominately agricultural to more intensive residential and recreational development. At this time it does not appear that any of the properties are currently connected to city sewer or Nob Hill Water, however both services are available nearby. Public facilities provided include City of Yakima police, fire protection. In the application there is mention of a new senior living facility planned for this property. This use is oftentimes 'i considered to be a "good neighbor" type of high density residential use. Probably fewer drivers than would be the norm for most apartments and no impact upon the school system. Not to discount this idea but it is stated elsewhere in the application that this rezone is non -project related. Consequently, just because a proposal is mentioned here it does not necessarily follow that the project will proceed as outlined. Consequently the question becomes is this property best suited for multi family type development? COMMENTS RECEIVED Washington State Department of Ecology Based upon the historical agricultural use of this land, there is a possibility the soil contains residual concentrations of pesticides. Ecology recommends that the soils be sampled and analyzed for lead and arsenic and for organochlorine pesticides. If these contaminates are found; at concentration above the MTCA clean-up levels Ecology recommends that potential buyers be notified of their occurrence. ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW Without a specific use or site plan to review there are not any significant adverse environmental impacts associated with this application. A Final Determination of Nonsignificance (DNS) was issued for this proposal on July 13, 2012. No appeal of the DNS decision was received during the 14 -day appeal period. 2 DOC. INDEX # a-lO PUBLIC NOTICE Mailing of Notice of Application Posting of property Public Hearing Notice Published June 5, 2012 July 3, 2012 July 13, 2012 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT APPROVAL CRITERIA In accordance with the provisions of the Yakima Municipal Code, the following criteria must be considered in the review of any proposed amendment to the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan. 16.10.040 (1): To alter the Future Land Use Map or other plan policy map, or effect a Comprehensive Plan text amendment, the proposed amendment must do one or more of the following: (a) Address circumstances that have changed since the last time the relevant Comprehensive Plan or text was considered: There have been several changes as follows: 1. The development and expansion of the adjacent Apple Tree property and golf course which extended sewer into the area. 2. The annexation of this land into the city of Yakima extending city police and fire services tolthe area. 3. The adoption of the West Valley Neighborhood Plan. Each of these changes has promoted the urbanization of this traditionally agricultural area. (b) Better implement applicable Comprehensive Plan policies than the current relevant Comprehensive Plan map or text; The proposal implements the applicable plan policies because it fulfills the following goal and' policy: Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan Goal 5.6: Ensure an adequate supply of affordable housing for persons with special needs. Policy 5.6.1: Support development of new units and the operation of existing units for housing persons with special needs. West Valley Neighborhood Plan Goal 2.2: Provide, a variety of housing, retail and commercial centered on key intersections, in a pattern that encourages walking and bicycling. 3 DOC. INDEX # E-10 Policy 2.2.5: Encourage medium or high density residential in areas adjacent to and between commercial or retail zoned property along major arterials and collectors. (c) Correct an obvious mapping error; There is no indication that a mapping error has occurred. (d) Address an identified deficiency in the Comprehensive Plan; Although this property is within the city limits of Yakima it is subject to the West Valley Neighborhood Subarea Plan. This Plan designates the majority of the land under its purview for low density residential use while at the same time recognizing that both Yakima County and the City of Yakima need to designate land for higher residential densities in the Future Land Use Map. This request addresses this need and thereby corrects the deficiency of there not being adequate high density properties available for development. (e) Is the proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendment coordinated with, and take into consideration, the comprehensive plans adopted by Yakima County or cities with which the City of Yakima has, in part, common borders or related regional issues as may be required by RCW 36.70A.100? This proposal is consistent with RCW 36.70A.100. This application is submitted as a part of Yakima's annual update for the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan. In this area the City of Yakima coordinates this update with Yakima County for consistency between the jurisdictions. (f) Proposed Comprehensive Plan amendments must be consistent with the Growth Management Act (GMA), Ch. 36.70A RCW, and the Yakima County Wide Planning Policy (CWPP). This proposal is consistent with the Growth Management Act and the Yakima County -wide Planning Policy because the proposal directs urban growth to within an existing urban area and encourages infill of an area where all urban level services and facilities may be provided. The proposal reduces sprawl and is served with an adequate transportation system. This proposal also encourages affordable housing to all economic segments of the population and promotes a variety of residential housing types. (g) Cumulative impactsk of all Comprehensive Plan amendments, including those approved since thee, original adoption of the Comprehensive Plan, shall be considered in the evaluation of any proposed amendments. In this situation the impact will result in the availability of more high-density residential housing. This is a positive impact from the perspective of the DOC. INDEX 4 # comprehensive plan which encourages infill projects within city limits to reduce sprawl and best uses existing services and facilities available. Although the nearly 20 acre size of this request is not insignificant its cumulative impact remains minor. (h) For Future Land Use Map changes please provide descriptive information regarding the property, including the status of existing land use, access to sewer and water, as well as the availabilityof public facilities such as schools, fire and police services. The subject property consists of five parcels totaling approximately 20 acres. The site contains,i 4 single-family residences, outbuildings, pasture and orchard. AU urban services and facilities are available to the property, or can easily be extended to the property, as needed. The property lies within the West Valley School District and receives its police and fire protection from the City of Yakima. CONCLUSIONS o The amendment is minor in nature. o No adverse impacts have been identified by this amendment request. o A Determination of Nonsignificance (DNS) was issued for this proposal on July 13, 2012 and the 14 -day appeal period ended on July 27, 2012. No appeal was received. o No public comments were received in opposition to this proposed amendment. REZONE APPROVAL CRITERIA In accordance with the provisions of Yakima Municipal Code Section 15.23.030, recommendations to approve or deny proposed rezones shall include the following considerations: (1) Testimony at public hearing. A Notice of Application was mailed to all property owners within 300 feet of the subject properties on June 5, 2012 wherein they were invited to submit written and/or II provide oral comments on this proposed amendment. After consideration 'iof any public comments received during the course of the hearing it may be appropriate for the Planning Commission to modify the staffs recommendation. (2) The suitability of property in question for uses permitted under the proposed zoning. 5 DOC. INDEX #_ £- I O _ The property is relatively flat on the northern end and slopes downward towards the south. Sanitary sewer is available along the west line of the properties andi!domestic water is available both to the east and to the west. The property fronts on Occidental Road, an urban arterial, and also has frontage along its west line to South 86th Avenue, a collector. South 85th Avenue, a local access street bisects several of the properties one from the other. Because of these attributes, the property is well suited for any uses permitted in the R-3, Multi -family Residential zoning district. (3) The recommendations from interested agencies and departments. No agencies or departments have registered any opposition to this rezone. (4) Compliance with the Comprehensive Plan. The rezone request is supported by the following Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan.goals and policies: Goal 5.6: Ensure an adequate supply of affordable housing for persons with special needs. Policy 5.6.1 — Support development of new units and the operation of existing units for housing persons with special needs. It is further supported by the following goal and policies from the West Valley Neighborhood Plan: Goal 2.1: Provide a wide variety of housing types that offer choices to the entire community. Policy 2.1.9 Allow for adequate areas zoned for high and medium density residential to provide a wide variety of housing options and affordability. Goal 2.2 --Provide a variety of housing, retail and commercial centered on key intersections, in a pattern that encourages walking and bicycling. Policy 2.2.5 —Encourage medium or high density residential in areas adjacent to and between commercial or retail zoned property along major arterials and collectors. (5) The adequacy of public facilities, such as roads, sewer, water, and other required public services. The street system is adequate for this request; however, once a development is proposed for this site improvements to the roads may become necessary. The property is either served, or capable of being served by sanitary sewer, 6 DOC. INDEX # _-10 electricity, telephone and any other needed utilities. Domestic water is currently off-site but can easily be extended. Additionally, the site is served by the Yakima Police and Fire Departments. (6) The compatibility of the proposed zone change and associated uses with neighboring land uses. To the west and north are properties owned by Apple Tree Resort. Their continued development will doubtless include some high and low density residential and commercial uses on lands that are already zoned for these uses. Additional high density development should be compatible with their uses. To the I, south the property drops off to a steep slope thus the topography creates a buffer in that direction. To the east it is large lot residential and commercial storage. As for the issue of compatibility with the existing residential uses the absence of any negative public comments seems to indicate that the change would not be problematic. (7) The Public need for the proposed change. The public need arises from the reality that it is challenging to find appropriately zoned property for any large multi -family dwelling projects within the City of Yakima and its Urban Growth Area. This proposal addresses that difficulty. Regardless of whether or not this site actually becomes a senior housing facility, it is very well suited for it or any of the other uses permitted in the R-3 zoningidistrict. CONCLUSIONS 1. The amendment is minor in nature. 2. No adverse impacts have been identified by the approval of this amendment request. 3. The requested rezone is supported by the goals and policies of both the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan and the West Valley Neighborhood Plan. 4. The property is capable of being served by all necessary public utilities required for high density residential land uses. RECOMMENDATIONS The Department of Community and Economic Development recommends APPROVAL of this amendment request from Low Density Residential to High Density Residential and to concurrently rezone from R-1, Single-family Residential to R-3, Multi -family Residential. 7 DOC. INDEX # E -IO i ) DEPARTMEN f OF COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Planning Division 129 North 2nd Street, 2nd Floor Yakima, Washington 98901 (509) 575-6183 • Fax (509) 575-6105 www.buildingyakima.com • wwx.yakimawa.gov/services/planning City of Yakima Planning Commission PUBLIC HEARING City Hall Council Chambers Wednesday August 8, 2012 3:30 - 5:00 p.m. YPC Members: Chairman Ben Shoval, Co -Chair Bill Cook, Ron Anderson, Al Rose, Scott Clark, Dave Fonfara, Betty Carley City Planning Staff: Joan Davenport, Planning Manager; Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner; Jeff Peters and Joseph Calhoun, Associate Planners; ChrisiWilson, Assistant Planner; and Rosalinda Ibarra, Planning Technician Agenda I. Call to Order II. Audience Participation III. Public Hearings: 2012 Comprehensive Plan Amendments A. Donna Lockhart& Gary Rookstool - CPA#003-12 B. Washington Fruit & Produce Company - CPA#002-12 C. West Valley Nursing Homes - CPA#004-12 D. Yakima Venture Capital LLC - CPA#005-12 E. Apple Land Investments/Wayne Clasen - CPA#006-12 IV. Other Business V. Adjourn to August 22, 2012 DOC. INDEX YPC Packe.,' ..istribution List - AppleLand-Clasen .PA006-12 Scott Clark 2112 West Nob Hill Blvd Yakima, WA 98902 Dave Fonfara 8708 Cameo Court Yakima, WA 98903 Benjamin W. Shoval 123 East Yakima Avenue, Ste#210 Yakima, WA 98901 Alfred A. Rose 1006 Westbrook Place Yakima, WA 98908 Betty L. Carle 416 North 23� Avenue Yakima, WA 98902 William Cook 7701 Graystone Court Yakima, WA 98908 Ron Anderson 1112 South 20th Avenue Yakima, WA 98902 Apple Land Investments, LLC 2605 Nelson Road Yakima, WA 98903 Wayne Clasen 1720 W Ahtanum Road Yakima, WA 98903 Bill Hordan Planning Services 410 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 Type of Notice: File Number: Date of Mailing: ypc PaLuA ) Ayc nda- cPa�oot, -ia Dglol/ ra DOC. INDEX # PCBI,IC A daily part of your life yaklma-herald.com --Ad Proof - This is the proof of your ad scheduled to run on the dates indicated below. Please proof read notice carefully to check spelling and run dates, if you need to make changes Date: 07/10/12 Account #: 110358 Company Name: CITY OF YAKIMA/YAKIMA PLANNING Contact: ROSALINDA IBARRA Address: DEPT OF COMM/ECON DEVELOPEMENT 129 N 2ND STREET YAKIMA, WA 989012720 Telephone: (509) 575-6164 Account Rep: Phone # Email: Simon Sizer (509) 577-7740 ssizer@yakimaherald.com Ad ID: 213306 Start: 07/13/12 Stop: 07/13/12 Total Cost: 5147.62 Agate Lines: 154 # of Inserts: 1 Ad Class: 6021 Run Dates: Yakima Herald -Republic 07/13/12 DOC. INDEX # E� Notice of Open Record Public Hearings. The following applications have been submitted for consideration during the City of Yakima's 2012 Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map Amendment and Rezone process. Applicant: Washington Fruit and Produce Co. Project Location: Vicinity of the 1500 block of N 6th Avenue Request: CPMA = Nine parcels from Regional Commercial to Industrial. RZ = Nine parcels from LCC, Large Convenience Center to M-1 Light Industrial. Parcel Nos. 181312-31005, 31007, 34400, 34401, 344021, 34403, 34404, 34405, and 34406 File Numbers: CPA#002-12, RZ#002-12, SEPA#014- 12. Applicant: Donna Lockhart and Gary Rookstool Project Location: 1021 S 31st Avenue. Request: CPMA = One parcel from Low -Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial. RZ = One parcel from R-1, Single -Family Residential to B-2, Local Business Parcel No. 181326-23491 File Numbers: CPA #003- 12, RZ #003-12 & SEPA #015-12. Applicant: West Valley Nursing Homes, Inc. Project Location: Vicinity of the 300 block of N 40th Avenue. Request: CPMA = Three parcels from Medium Density Residential to High Density Residential. RZ = Three parcels from R-2, Two-family Residential to R-3, Multi -family Resi- dential. Parcel Nos. 181322-13025, 13071, and 13073 File Numbers: CPA#004-12, RZ#004-12, SEPA#016- 12. Applicant: Yakima Venture Capital, LLC Project Location: 714 S 6th Street Request: CPMA = One parcel from Low Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial. RZ = One parcel from R-1, Single -Family Residential to11B-2, Local Business Parcel No. 191319- 43507 File Numbers: CPA#005-12, RZ#005-12, SEPA#017-12. Applicant: Wayne Clasen and Apple Land Investments, LLC Project Location: Vicinity of the 8400 block of Occidental Road. Request: CPMA = Five parcels from Low Density Residential to High Density Residential. RZ = Five parcels from R-1, Sin- gle -Family Residential to R-3, Multi -Family Residen- tial. Parcel Nos.181206-21001, 21005, 21007, 21401, and 21402 File Numbers: CPA#006-12, RZ#006-12, SEPA#018-12. The public hearings before the Yakima City Planning Commission for these 2012 Compre- hensive Plan Future Land Use Map amendments and rezones have been scheduled for Wednesday, August 8, 2012 beginning at 3:30pm in Council Chambers, City Hall, 129 N. 2nd Street, Yakima, WA. Any person desiring to express their views on these applications is invited to attend the public hearings or to submit their written comments to: City of Yakima Planning Division, 2nd Floor City Hall, 129 N. 2nd Street, Yakima, Wash- ington. If you have any questions on these proposals please contact Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner at (509) 575-6042 or e-mail at bbenson@ci.yakima. wa.us (213306) July 13, 2012 Courtesy of Yakima Her 3 j epublic ItdDCX AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING STATE OF WASHINGTON CITY OF YAKIMA RE: SEPA#018-12 Apple Land Investments - Wayne Clasen 8400 block of Occidental Road I, Rosalinda Ibarra, as an employee of the Yakima City 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, listed SEPA agencies, and all interested parties of record. That said property owners are individually listed on the mailing list retained by the Planning Division, and that said notices were mailed by me on the 13th day of July, 2012. That I mailed said notices in the manner herein set forth and that all of the statements made herein are just and true. Rosalinda Ibarra Planning Technician DOC. INDEX Parties of Record - AppleLand Inv -Clasen - CPA#006-12, RZ#006-12, SEPA#018-12 Form List Bill Hordan Planning Services 410 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 Apple Land Investments, LLC 2605 Nelson Road Yakima, WA 98903 Wayne Clasen 1720 W Ahtanum Road Yakima, WA 98903 In -House Distribution E-mail List Name Division E-mail Address Dan Ford Engineering dford@ci.yakima.wa.us Sandy Cox Code Administration scox(a,ci.yakima.wa.us Jeff Cutter Legal Dept jcutter@ci.yakima.wa.us Archie Matthews ONDS amatthewe,ci.yakima.wa.us Brandon Dorenbush Fire Dept bdorenbu{a,ci.yakima.wa.us Jerry Robertson Code Administration jroberts@ci.yakima.wa.us Royale Schneider Code Administration rschneid@ci.yakima.wa.us Mike Shane Water/Irrigation mshane@ci.yakima.wa.us Nathan Thompson Code Administration nthompso@ci.yakima.wa.us Kevin Futrell Transit Division kfutrelleci.yakima.wa.us Dave Brown Water Division dbrown@ci.yakima.wa.us Carolyn Belles Wastewater Division cbellesna,ci.yakima.wa.us For the Record/File Binder Copy Type of Notice: File Number: Date of Mailing: n n41 'DNS sepA401e-1a (PZAOO.D- i) 01 1i1i- DOC. INDEX SEPA RE ;WING AGENCIES _updated 03.01 }- Form List Page 1 of 2 Ahtanum Irrigation District Executive Assistant, Beth Ann Brulotte bethbPahtanum.net Cascade Natural Gas Field Facilitator, Jim Robinson Jim.robinson@cngc.com Department of Commerce Growth Management Services reviewteam@commerce.wa.gov Department of Ecology SEPA Policy Lead, Annie Szvetecz sepaunit@ecy.wa.gov Department of Natural Resources Assistant Land Manager, Linda Hazlett Linda.hazlett@dnr.wa.gov Department of Social & Health Services Andrew Jenkins andrew jenkins(a.dshs.wa.gov Jeanne Rodriguez Jeanne.rodriguez@dshs.wa.gov Dept of Archaeology & Historic Preservation Local Government Archaeologist, Gretchen Kaehler Gretchen.KaehlerAdahp.wa.gov Dept of Archaeology & Historic Preservation Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer, Greg Griffith Greg.griffith@dahp.wa.gov Engineering Division City Engineer, Doug Mayo dmayo@ci.yakima.wa.us Nob Hill Water Association Engineering Technician, Jenna Leaverton jenna@.nobhillwater.org Office of Rural and Farm Worker Housing Marty Miller Martym2@orfh.org U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Regulatory Branch Project Manager, Karen Urelius Karen.M.Urelius@usace.army.mil Wastewater Division Wastewater Manager, Scott Schafer sschafer@ci.yakima.wa.us ' West Valley School District Asst. Supt. Of Business & Operations, Angela Watts wattsa(a7wvsd208.org WSDOT Planning Engineer, Paul Gonseth gonsetp@wsdot.gov WSDOT Development Services, Rick Holmstrom holmstr@wsdot.wagov Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Superintendent, Bud Robbins Bud.robbins@bia.gov Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Deputy Superintendent for Trust Services, Steve Wangemann Steve.wangemann@bia.gov Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Environmental Coordinator, Rocco Clark Rocco.clark@bia.gov Yakama Nation Environmental Management Program Environmental Review Coordinator, Kristina Proszek enviroreviewayakama.com Yakama-Klickitat Fisheries Project John Marvin jmarvin@yakama.com Yakima Air Terminal Airport Asst Manager, Carl Remmel Carl.remmelayakimaairterminal.com Yakima County Commissioners Commissioners.web@co.yakima.wa.us Yakima County Public Services Planning Director, Steven Erickson Steven.Erickson@co.yakima.wa.us Yakima County Public Services Public Services Director, Vern Redifer Vern.redifer@co.yakima.wa.us Yakima Greenway Foundation Executive Director, Al Brow al@yakimagreenway.org DOC. Yakima Health District Director of Environmental Health, Gordon Kelly gordon.kelly(a,co.yakima.wa.us INDEX e'10.-...... Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency Engineering & Planning Supervisor, Hasan Tahat hasangvrcaa.org # Yakima Valley Conference of Governments, Planner Shawn Conrad conrads@yvcog.org Yakima Valley Museum Director, John A. Baule john@yakimavalleymuseum.org % 14Ni1Vbl Vl.•-•Vlli/llrl 10 North 9th Street ‘...tty 01 UIIIUIL Vap P.O. Box 3008 L)epartment of Agriculture Kelly McLain Yakima, WA 98901 Union Gap, WA 98903 P.O. Box 42560 Olympia, WA 98504 Department of Ecology Gwen Clear 15 West Yakima Ave, Ste# 200 Yakima, WA 98902 Department of Fish & Wildlife Mark Teske 201 North Pearl Ellensburg, WA 98926 Department of Fisheries Eric Bartrand 1701 South 24th Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Environmental Protection Agency 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 Airport Planner Cayla Morgan 1601 Lind Ave SW Renton, WA 98055-4056 Pacific Power Mike Paulson 500 North Keys Rd Yakima, WA 98901 Q -West Tom McAvoy 8 South 2nd Ave, Rm#304 Yakima, WA 98902 Soil Conservation District Ray Wondercheck 1606 Perry Street, Ste. F Yakima, WA 98902 WA State Attorney General's Office 1433 Lakeside Court, Ste# 102 Yakima, WA 98902 WA State Dept of Health, Office of Drinking Water Christine Collins 16201 E Indiana Ave, Ste# 1500 Spokane Valley, WA 99216 WA State Emergency Mgmt Division Mitigation, Analysis, & Planning Manager Chuck Hagerhjelm Building 20 Camp Murray, WA 98430-5122 WSDOT, Aviation Division John Shambaugh 18204 59th Drive NE, Ste. B Arlington, WA 98223 Yakama Indian Nation Cultural Resources Program Johnson Meninick P.O. Box 151 Toppenish, WA 98948 Yakama Indian Nation Yakima Tribal Council Ruth Jim P.O. Box 151 Toppenish, WA 98948 Yakima School District Superintendent Elaine Beraza 104 North 4th Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Page 2 of 2 Type of Notice: File Number: Date of Mailing: Fl Ana, 1Ns ia- DOC. INDEX # Ibarra, Rosalinda From: Ibarra, Rosalinda Sent: Friday, July 13, 2012 9:39 AM To: Ahtanum Irrigation District - Beth Ann Brulotte; Cascade Natural Gas - Jim Robinson; Department of Commerce (CTED) - Review Team; Department of Ecology - SEPA Unit; Department of Natural Resources - Linda Hazlett; Department of Social & Health Services - Andrew Jenkins; Department of Social & Health Services - Jeanne Rodriguez; Dept Archaeology & Historic Preservation - Greg Griffith; Dept Archaeology & Historic Preservation - Gretchen Kaehler; Ibarra, Rosalinda; Mayo, Doug; Nob Hill Water Association - Jenna Leaverton; Office of Rural & Farmworker Housing - Marty Miller; US Army Corps of Engineers - Karen M. Urelius; Wastewater Division - Scott Schafer; West Valley School District - Angela Watts; WSDOT - Paul Gonseth; WSDOT - Rick Holmstrom; Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs - Bud Robbins; Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs - Rocco Clark; Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs - Steve Wangemann; Yakama Nation Environmental Mgmt Program - Kristina Proszek; Yakama-Klickitat Fisheries - John Marvin; Yakima Air Terminal - Aiport Manager; Yakima County Commissioners; Yakima County Planning Director - Steven Erickson; Yakima County Public Services Director, Vem Redifer; Yakima Greenway Foundation - Al Brown; Yakima Health District - Gordon Kelly; Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency - Hasan Tahat; Yakima Valley Conference of Governments - Shawn Conrad; Yakima Valley Museum - John A. Baule Cc: Alfred A. Rose (silvrfx40@bmi.net); Benjamin W. Shoval (ben.shoval@shoval.com); Betty Carley; Bill Cook; Dave Fonfara; Ensey, Rick; Kunkler, Mark; Ron Anderson (rondedicatedrealty@hotmail.com); Scott Clark (scott.clark@charter.net); William Cook (cook.w@charter.net) Subject: NOTICE OF FINAL DNS - 2012 Comp Plan Amendments Attachments: FINAL DNS - WA Fruit - CPA002-12.pdf; FINAL DNS - Lockhart- Rookstool - CPA003-12.pdf; FINAL DNS - West Valley Homes Inc- CPA004-12.pdf; FINAL DNS - Yakima Venture - CPA005-12.pdf; FINAL DNS - Apple Land - CPA006-12.pdf Epsatitu a Ibarra Planning Technician nbaria@ci.vakima.wa.us City of Yakima 129 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 p: (509) 575-6183 f: (509) 575-6105 1 DOC. INDEX #_ E. -7a Ibarra, Rosalinda From: lbarra, Rosalinda Sent: Friday, July 13, 2012 9:41 AM To: Bonds, Randy; Brown, Michael; Daily Sun News - Bob Story; El Sol de Yakima - Joseph Trevino; lbarra, Rosalinda; KAPP TV - David Mance; KAPP TV News; KBBO-KRSE Radio - manager;*CJT TV News; KDNA - Gabriel Martinez; KDNA Radio; KEPR TV News; KIMA TV - Jim Niedelman; KIMA TV News; KIT/KATS/DMVW/KFFM - Lance Tormey; KNDO TV - Julie Stem; KNDO TV News; KUNS-TV Univision; KVEW TV News; Lozano, Bonnie; NWCN News; NWPR - Anna King; Tu Decides - Albert Torres; UNIVISION TV - Marta Isabel Sanchez; VIVA - Fernando Aceves; Yakima Herald Republic - Adriana Janovich; Yakima Herald Republic - Chris Bristol; Yakima Herald Republic - Craig Troianello; Yakima Herald Republic - Erin Snelgrove; Yakima Herald Republic - Mai Hoang; Yakima Herald Republic - Mark Morey; Yakima Herald Republic - Scott Mayes; Yakima Herald Republic Newspaper; Yakima Valley Business Journal; Yakima Valley Business Times; Yakima Valley Business Times - George Finch; YPC - Randy Beehler Subject: 07-13-2012 Press Release: 2012 Comp Plan Amendments YPC Public Hearing Notice Attachments: 2012 CPA Hearing Notices- Press Release.DOC Rpsa1inda Ibarra Planning Technician ribaria@ci..yakima.wa.us City of Yakima 129 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 p: (509) 575-6183 f: (509) 575-6105 1 DOQ. INDEX # -"toy NOTICE OF FINAL DECISION & HEARING Compliance with the Washington State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) July 13, 2011 On June 5, 2012, the City of Yakima, Washington issued a Notice of Application and Environmental Review iregarding an Environmental Checklist application submitted by Wayne Clasen and Apple Land Investments, LLC. The submitted checklist concerns the environmental review of the applicant's Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map Amendment and concurrent rezone. Location: Vicinity of the 8400 block of Occidental Road, Yakima, WA Parcel Numbers: 181206-21001, 21005, 21007, 21401, and 21402 City File Numbers: CPA#006-12, RZ#006-12, SEPA#018-12 Following the required 20 -day public comment period, and consideration of all comments received, the City of Yakima has issued the enclosed SEPA Threshold Decision. This decision may be appealed within 14 days from the date of mailing. Appeals must be in writing and on forms available from the City of Yakima Planning Division, 129 North 2nd Street, Yakima, Washington. The fee of $580.00 must accompany the AppealApplication. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The public hearing before the City of Yakima Planning Commission has been scheduled for August 8; 2012 beginning at 3:30 pm in the City Council Chamber at City Hall. All interested parties are encouraged to attend so that they might address the Planning Commission on this matter. Comments may also be submitted in writing to the City of Yakima Planning Division, 129 North 2nd Street, Yakima, Washington. For further information or assistance, you may contact Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner at (509)575-6042 at the City Planning Division. a Jif n Davenport cting Director Community & Economic Development Notice of Decision Mailing Date: July 13, 2012 Enclosures: SEPA Determination, & Mailing Map DOC. INS # �'_7 WASHINGTON STATE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT FINAL DETERMINATION OF NONSIGNIFICANCE CITY OF YAKIMA, WASHINGTON July 13, 2012 PROPOSAL: Amend the Future Land Use Map designation for five parcels from Low Density Residential to High Density Residential and to concurrently rezone from R-1, Single-family Residential to R-3, Multi -family Residential. Although there is mention of a possible senior housing facility this checklist was submitted as a non -project application consequently the impacts of a potential development are not being considered at this time. PROPONENT: Wayne Clasen and Apple Land Investments, LLC LOCATION: Vicinity of the 8400 Block of Occidental Road, Yakima, WA LEAD AGENCY: City of Yakima FILE NUMBER: SEPA #018-12 DETERMINATION: The lead agency for this proposal has determined that it will not have a probable significant adverse impact on the environment. An environmental impact statement (EIS) is not required under RCW 4321 C.030 (2) (c). This decision was made after review of a completed environmental checklist and other information on file with the lead agency. The information is available to the public upon request at the City of Yakima Planning Division. This Final DNS is issued under WAC 197-11-355. There is no further comment period for this DNS. CONTACT PERSON: Contact Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner, Cali (509) 575- 6042 for more information. SEPA RESPONSIBLE OFFICIAL: Joan Davenport POSITION / TITLE: Acting Director Community & Economic Development TELEPHONE: 509 / 575-6183 ADDRESS: 129 North 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901 DATE: July 13, 2012 Final DNS Wayne Clasen & Apple Land Investments, LLC 8400 Block of Occidental Road SEPA#018-12 DOC. INDEX SIGNATURE: ® You may appe(this determination to: Joan Davenport, Acting Director Community & Economic Development, at 129 N 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901. No Tater than: July 27, 2012 By (method) complete appeal application form and payment of $580 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. DThere is no agency appeal. Final DNS Wayne Clasen & Apple Land Investments, LLC 8400 Block of Occidental Road SEPA#018-12 DOC. DNDEX # �" - CITY OF YAKIIV[A LAND USE ACTION INSTALLATION CERTIFICATE Prgject Number: (id,� -ON"- i Z ; Date of Installation: 7-L-rz Site Address: AVrz0t6et Btto / , OCeidexit- i2 Location of installation (Check One) "Land Use Action Sign is installed per standards described in YUAZO § 15.11.090(C). Land Use Action Sign is installed in an alternate location on the site. Note: this alternate location (if not pre -approved by the Code Administration and Planning Manager) may not be acceptable by the Code Administration and Planning Division and is subject to relocation (at the owner's expense) to a more visible site on the property. The alternative location is. 66110.1 I hereby testify that the sign installed fully complies with the Land Use Action sign layout specifications and installation standards, and that the sign will be maintained until a decision has been rendered. pA plicants Name (please print) 1 Applicants Signature Date Telephone Number of Applicant.Wi. 5bq-2moi`-/r-1'/,- -7 _z —12-. The required comment period will begin when the Code Administration and Planning Division have received the Land Use Action Sign Installation Certification. The date of installation certificate receipt will begin the notice period. Failure to post a Land Use Action sign and return this form in a timely manner will cause a delay in the application review. Please remit the above certification and deliver; FAX at 509-575-5105; or mail to: City of Yakima, Code Administration and PIanning Division, 129 North Second Street, Yakima, WA 98901. DOC. INDEX AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING STATE OF WASHINGTON CITY OF YAKIMA RE: CPA#006-12, RZ#006-12, SEPA#018-12 Apple Land Investments LLC/ Wayne Clasen 8400 Block of Occidental 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 applicant; SEPA reviewing agencies, and all property owners of record within a radius of 300 feet of subject property, that said property owners are individually listed on the mailing list retained by the Planning Division, and that said notices were mailed by me on the 5th day of June, 2012. That I mailed said notices in the manner herein set forth and that all of the statements made herein are just and true. osalinda Ibarra Planning Technician DOC. INDEX # l a J GuoL l'+u i • '-18T"1Ub2.1005 APPLE LAND INV NTS LLC ;APPLE LAND INVESTMENTS LLC 7' 1812062140 !APPLE LANTMENTS LLC 2605 NEL YAKIMA, WA 98903 — 2605 NELSON RD YAKIMA, WA 98903 2605 RD YAKI A, WA 98903 18120622009 APPLE TREE PARTNERSHIP 8804 OCCIDENTAL AVE YAKIMA, WA 989039637 17120114013 APPLE TRE TNERSHIP 8804 ENTAL AVE YA A, WA 989039637 18133143404 APPLE TREE RESORT DEVELOPMENT CO 2550 BORTON RD YAKIMA, WA 98903 18133143403 APPLE TREE RES..'.; 4 VELOPMENT CO 2550 BOR o, -, ''AD YAKIM , A 98903 18133143405 APPLE TREE DEVELOPMENT CO 2550 RD YAKIMA, WA 98903 18133144002 BORTON ENT f; '" ES LLC 255013e! j ` ` . YAKIMA, WA 98903 18120613430 CELENE RODRIGUEZ 4601 POWERHOUSE RD #40 YAKIMA, WA 98908 18120624405 CRAIG A & JULIE PARKER 8415 OAK AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 18120624406 EDWARD A & TRACY OPSAHL 8413 OAK AVE UNION GAP, WA 98903 18120612412 GILBERT E & MICHAEL KNOTTS 321 N 84TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 18120622002 HELEN TYLER PO BOX 8190 YAKIMA, WA 989080190 18133143003 HUBERT GTR HULL 8407 OCCIDENTAL RD YAKIMA, WA 98903 18120613429 JAMES M & WENDY R LONG 2402 S 81ST AVE YAKIMA, WA 98903 18120612402 JAMES P JOHNSON 8210 OCCIDENTAL AVE YAKIMA, WA 989039641 18120624512 JOHN W & JENNIFER L HULL 9705 RIDGEWAY RD YAKIMA, WA 98903 18120624513 JOHN W & JENNI ,:'e '' "' ULL 9705 RIDG , `'` ' 1 YAKI i. , -t A 98903 18120612404 LESLIE P HEIMGARTNER PO BOX 8173 YAKIMA, WA 989080173 18120612405 LESLIE P HEIMGARTNER PO BOX 8173����r0�''' YAKI f 080173 18120613422 MARLENE VESEK 2403 S 81ST AVE YAKIMA, WA 989039410 18120624511 MICHAEL A & TONYA WETCH 2401 S 86TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98903 18120613401 TALBERT TAYLOR 2410 S 83RD AVE UNION GAP, WA 989039481 18120613403 TALBERT TAYLO 2410 S 83 YAKI , A 98903 18120624410 TALBERT & SHIRL 2410 S 83RD UNIO , WA 989039481 18120624508 TALBERT W�I R 2410 S9��iVE YAKIMA, WA 98903 18120624507 TALBERT WILL AYLOR 2410 S 83 YAKI , A 98903 18120621007 WAYNE T CLASEN 1720 W AHTANUM RD DOC. UNION GAP, WA 989031800 0N®� 18120621001 WAYNE T CLAS�E 1720 M RD UNION GAP, WA 989031800 18120624402 WAYNE T C 1720 W A ANUM RD UNION GAP, WA 989031800 18120624404 WAYNE T CC 1720 W I ANUM RD UNION GAP, WA 989031800 18120624407 WAYNE T CL 1720 UM RD UNION GAP, WA 989031800 101LVUI.4tU7 WAYNE T CL 1 l 01 cvo l .) 4uu ;VAYNE T CLA 1 18120624400 )WILLIAM M & ROBIN STEWART u i izu w r -i uivt ICJ/ UNION , WA 989031800 1 /L1.1w UM KI) AP, WA 989031800 2407 S 86TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 989039490 36 -I (g- / y Total Parcels - Apple Land Investments LLC / Wayne Clasen - CPA#006-12, RZ#006-12, SEPA#018-12 Bill Hordan Planning Services 410 North 2nd Street YAKIMA, WA 98901 Paula Youngstrom 8818 Braeburn Loop YAKIMA, WA 98903 Leslie Hopper 9101 Honeycrisp Ct YAKIMA, WA 98903 Victor Ratia 2205 South 96th Avenue YAKIMA, WA 98903 Russ Melcher 8838 Braeburn Loop YAKIMA, WA 98903 IS , Ypc y (L, n4 -C" AQP 1 -/,?. /foo‘o 60/5'// INDEX # �'S� SEPA RE :WING AGENCIES _updated 03.01 1- Form List Page 1 of 2 Ahtanum Irrigation District Executive Assistant, Beth Ann Brulotte bethbPahtanum.net Cascade Natural Gas Field Facilitator, Jim Robinson Jim.robinson®cngc.com Department of Commerce Growth Management Services reviewteam@commerce.wa.gov Department of Ecology SEPA Policy Lead, Annie Szvetecz sepaunit@ecy.wa.gov Department of Natural Resources Assistant Land Manager, Linda Hazlett Linda.hazlett@dnr.wa.gov Department of Social & Health Services Andrew Jenkins andrew.jenkins@dshs.wagov Jeanne Rodriguez Jeanne.rodriguez@,dshs.wa.gov Dept of Archaeology & Historic Preservation Local Government Archaeologist, Gretchen Kaehler Gretchen.Kaehler®dahp.wa.gov Dept of Archaeology & Historic Preservation Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer, Greg Griffith Greg.griffith(dahp.wa.gov Engineering Division City Engineer, Doug Mayo dmayo@ci.yakima.wa.us Nob Hill Water Association Engineering Technician, Jenna Leaverton jenna@nobhillwater.org Office of Rural and Farm Worker Housing Marty Miller Martym2@orfh.org U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Regulatory Branch Project Manager, Karen Urelius Karen.M.Urelius@usace.army.mil Wastewater Division Wastewater Manager, Scott Schafer sschafereci.yakima.wa.us West Valley School District Asst. Supt. Of Business & Operations, Angela Watts wattsa@wvsd208.org WSDOT Planning Engineer, Paul Gonseth gonsetp@wsdot.gov WSDOT Development Services, Rick Holmstrom holmstr(wsdot.wa.gov Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Superintendent, Bud Robbins Bud.robbinsabia.gov Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Deputy Superintendent for Trust Services, Steve Wangemann Steve.wangemann@bia.gov Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Environmental Coordinator, Rocco Clark Rocco.clark®bia.gov Yakama Nation Environmental Management Program Environmental Review Coordinator, Kristina Proszek enviroreview@yakama.com Yakama-Klickitat Fisheries Project John Marvin jmarvin@yakama.com Yakima Air Terminal Airport Asst Manager, Carl Remmel Carl.remmel@yakimaairterminal.com Yakima County Commissioners Commissioners.web@co.vakima.wa.us Yakima County Public Services Planning Director, Steven Erickson Steven.Erickson c(co.yakima.wa.us Yakima County Public Services Public Services Director, Vern Redifer Vern.redifer@co.yakima.wa.us Yakima Greenway Foundation Executive Director, Al Brown al@yakimagreenway.org Yakima Health District Director of Environmental Health, Gordon Kelly gordon.kelly@co.yakima.wa.us DOC. INDEX Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency Engineering & Planning Supervisor, Hasan Tahat hasaneyrcaa.org Yakima Valley Conference E5b 6--atittirima Valley Museum of" Governments, Planner Shawn Conrad conrads(,yvcog.org Director, John A. Baule john@vakimavalleymuseum.org Cnamner or Lommerce• 10 North 9th Street 1 City of Union Gap P.O. Box 3008 Department of Agriculture i Kelly Mei.ain Yakima, WA 98901 Union Gap, WA 98903 P.O. Box 42560 Olympia, WA 98504 Department of Ecology Gwen Clear 15 West Yakima Ave, Ste# 200 Yakima, WA 98902 Department of Fish & Wildlife Mark Teske 201 North Pearl Ellensburg, WA 98926 Department of Fisheries Eric Bartrand 1701 South 24th Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Environmental Protection Agency 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 Airport Planner Cayla Morgan 1601 Lind Ave SW Renton, WA 98055-4056 Pacific Power Mike Paulson 500 North Keys Rd Yakima, WA 98901 Q -West Tom McAvoy 8 South 2nd Ave, Rm#304 Yakima, WA 98902 Soil Conservation District Ray Wondercheck 1606 Perry Street, Ste. F Yakima, WA 98902 WA State Attorney General's Office 1433 Lakeside Court, Ste# 102 Yakima, WA 98902 WA State Dept of Health, Office of Drinking Water Christine Collins 16201 E Indiana Ave, Ste# 1500 Spokane Valley, WA 99216 WA State Emergency Mgmt Division Mitigation, Analysis, & Planning Manager Chuck Hagerhjelm Building 20 Camp Murray, WA 98430-5122 WSDOT, Aviation Division John Shambaugh 18204 59th Drive NE, Ste. B Arlington, WA 98223 Yakama Indian Nation Cultural Resources Program Johnson Meninick P.O. Box 151 Toppenish, WA 98948 Yakama Indian Nation Yakima Tribal Council Ruth Jim P.O. Box 151 Toppenish, WA 98948 Yakima School District Superintendent Elaine Beraza 104 North 4th Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Page 2 of 2 Type of Notice: OfCA-pSf,4 1 l V C gettri.K. f9 File Number: Date of Mailing: (,F/5 // �-- DOC. INDEX # a -5h In -House Distribution E-mail List Name Division E-mail Address Dan Ford Engineering dford@ci.yakima.wa.us Sandy Cox Code Administration scox@ci.yakima.wa.us Jeff Cutter Legal Dept jcutter@ci.yakima.wa.us Archie Matthews ONDS amattheweci.yakima.wa.us Brandon Dorenbush Fire Dept bdorenbu@ci.vakima.wa.us Michael Morales CED Dept mmoraleseci.vakima.wa.us Jerry Robertson Code Administration jroberts@ci.yakima.wa.us Royale Schneider Code Administration rschneid@ci.yakima.wa.us Mike Shane Water/Irrigation mshane@ci.yakima.wa.us Nathan Thompson Code Administration nthompso@ci.yakima.wa.us Kevin Futrell Transit Division kfutrell@ci.yakima.wa.us Dave Brown Water Division dbrown@ci.yakima.wa.us Carolyn Belles Wastewater Division cbelles@ci.yakima.wa.us For the Record/File Binder Copy Type of Notice: File Number(s): Date of Mailing: f) tr i4 p s670A, y pc fiPa ri ij O,Q/J--t- o o -/ ER/51/d- DOC. ONDEX # E. -5b Ibarra, Rosalinda From: lbarra, Rosalinda Sent: Tuesday, June 05, 2012 2:33 PM To: Ahtanum Irrigation District - Beth Ann Brulotte; Cascade Natural Gas - Jim Robinson; Department of Commerce (CTED) - Review Team; Department of Ecology - SEPA Unit; Department of Natural Resources - Linda Hazlett; Department of Social & Health Services - Andrew Jenkins; Department of Social & Health Services - Jeanne Rodriguez; Dept Archaeology & Historic Preservation - Greg Griffith; Dept Archaeology & Historic Preservation - Gretchen Kaehler; lbarra, Rosalinda; Mayo, Doug; Nob Hill Water Association - Jenna Leaverton; Office of Rural & Farmworker Housing - Marty Miller; US Army Corps of Engineers - Karen M. Urelius; Wastewater Division - Scott Schafer; West Valley School District - Angela Watts; WSDOT - Paul Gonseth; WSDOT - Rick Holmstrom; Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs - Bud Robbins; Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs - Rocco Clark; Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs - Steve Wangemann; Yakama Nation Environmental Mgmt Program - Kristina Proszek; Yakama-Klickitat Fisheries - John Marvin; Yakima Air Terminal - Aiport Manager; Yakima County Commissioners; Yakima County Planning Director - Steven Erickson; Yakima County Public Services Director, Vem Redifer; Yakima Greenway Foundation - Al Brown; Yakima Health District - Gordon Kelly; Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency - Hasan Tahat; Yakima Valley Conference of Govemments - Shawn Conrad; Yakima Valley Museum - John A. Baule Cc: Belles, Carolyn; Brown, Dave; Cox, Sandy; Cutter, Jeff; Denman, Glenn; Dorenbush, Brandon; Ford, Dan; Futrell, Kevin; Matthews, Archie; Morales, Michael; Robertson, Jerry; Schneider, Royale; Shane, Mike; Thompson, Nathan Subject: 2012 Comp Plan Amendments - Notice of App, SEPA, YPC Public Hearing Attachments: NTC APP SEPA HEARING - Carlson Trust - CPA001-12.pdf; NTC APP SEPA HEARING - WA Fruit Co- CPA002-12.pdf; NTC APP SEPA HEARING - Lockhart-Rookstool - CPA003-12.pdf; NTC APP SEPA HEARING - WV Nursing Homes - CPA004-12.pdf; NTC APP SEPA HEARING - Yak Venture - CPA005-12.pdf; NTC APP SEPA HEARING - Appleland-Clasen - CPA006-12.pdf Application No Project Name Site Address Project Description CPA#001-12 MELVIN G. & MAE J. CARLSON REVOCABLE TRUST NE CORNER OF 96TH AVE & TIETON DR Change the Future Land Us, parcels from Low Density F Commercial and rezone the] Residential) to B-2 (Local F CPA#002-12 WASHINGTON FRUIT & PRODUCE CO 1500 BLOCK OF N 6TH AVE Change the Future Land Us. parcels from Regional Com nine parcels from Large Col Industrial (M-1) for future e CPA#003-12 DONNA LOCKHART & GARY ROOKSTOOL 1021 S 31ST AVE Change the Future Land Us, from Medium Density Resli Commercial and rezone fro] 1) to Local Business (B-2). CPA#004-12 WEST VALLEY NURSING HOMES, INC 300 BLOCK OF N 40TH AVE Change the Future Land Us. parcels from Medium Densi Residential and rezone from to Multi -Family Residential CPA#005-12 YAKIMA VENTURE CAPITAL LLC 714 SOUTH 6TH STREET Change the Future Land Us, from Low Density Resident and rezone from Single -Fan Business (B-2). CPA#006-12 APPLE LAND INVESTMENTS LLC / WAYNE CLASEN 8400 BLOCK OF OCCIDENTAL ROAD DOC. gt,„M,ly Change the Future Land Us parcels from Low Density F Residential and rezone from to Multi -Family Residential community campus. e j.-1- City of Yakima PUBLIC NOTICE OF Planning Department 129 N nWAt98901 LAND, USE REVIEW - Yakima, Date of Notice of Application - 06/05/2012 Project Name: APPLE LAND INVESTMENTS LLC / WAYNE Ci A#006®12 Location: 8400 BLOCK OF OCCIDENTAL ROAD C�, j� }F Proposal: Change the Future Land Use map designation for five parcels from Low Density Residential to High Density Residential and rezone from Single -Family Residential (R-I) to Multi-Family Residential (R-3) to develop a retirement community campus. A land use application has been submitted near your property. This is your notice of that application. To view information on-line go to: htto://www,vakimawa.gov/postcard When prompted enter CPA#006-12 in the Application ID text box. Click the Submit button to view the land use application information. More information is available from the City of Yakima Planning Division, 129 North 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901 or call (509) 575-6183. Bruce BensonI575-6042/Supervising Planner/bbenson@cl.yakima.wa.us Decisions and future notices will be sent to anyone who submits comments on this application or requests additional notice. Comments may be submitted in writing to the address above or by email to: planning@ci.yakima.wa.us - Please include the Application ID in the email subject line. Also include your name and address in the email. Written or emailed comments must be received by 5:OOpm on 06/25/2012 Public Hearing Date: 08/22/2012 Public hearings are scheduled to begin at 3:30pm in the Yakima City Council Chambers of City Hall located at: 129 North Second Street, Yakima, WA 98901 This application may include multiple land use types, including compliance with the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA). For specific information, please contact the Planning Division. Si necesita infomtacibn en espanol por favor (lame al (509)575-6183. Application Submitted: 04/30/2012 Application Complete: 05/23/2012 City of Yakima Planning Department 129 N 2nd St Yakima, WA 98901 LAND USE PUBLIC NOTICE Location of Proposed Action DOA. INDEX CITY OF YAKIMA NOTICE OF APPLICATION, ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW AND PUBLIC HEARING DATE: TO: FROM: SUBJECT: June 5, 2012 SEPA Reviewing Agencies, Applicant and Adjoining Property Owners Joan Davenport, Planning Manager Comprehensive Plan Map Amendment, Rezone and Environmental Review. NOTICE OF APPLICATION File Number: CPA#006-12, RZ#006-12, SEPA#018-12 Project Applicant: Bill Hordan — Hordan Planning Services Project Location: Vicinity of the 8400 block of Occidental Road, Yakima, WA Parcel Numbers: 181206-21001, 21005, 21007, 21401, 21402 PROJECT DESCRIPTION The City of Yakima Department of Community & Economic Development has received applications from Bill Hordan, on behalf of property owner Wayne Clasen and Apple Land Investments, LLC for a Comprehensive Plan Map Amendment (CPMA), Rezone and Environmental Review of the subject property. The owner is requesting to change the Future Land Use Map designation for this property from Low Density Residential to High Density Residential and to concurrently rezone from R-1, Single-family Residential to R-3, Multi -family Residential (see attached documents for further details). ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW This is to notify all the public and private agencies with jurisdiction and environmental expertise that the City of Yakima Division of Environmental Planning has been established as the lead agency, pursuant to the Washington State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) for the above stated project: The City of Yakima is presently inclined towards the issuance of a Determination of Non Significance (DNS) on this project utilizing the procedures set forth in WAC 197-11-355. This may be your only opportunity to comment on the environmental impacts of this proposal. The following conditions have been identified that may be used to mitigate any adverse environmental impacts: None DOC. INDEX # E--5 Required Permits: None Required Studies: None Existing Environmental Documents: None Preliminary determination of the development regulations that will be used for proposal mitigation and consistency: Urban Area Zoning Ordinance and Urban Area Comprehensive Plan. 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, WA. REQUEST FOR WRITTEN COMMENTS You have the right to comment on this application and to become a party of record. Agencies, tribes, and the public are encouraged to review and comment on this proposal and its probable environmental impacts. All written comments received by 5:00 pm June 25, 2012 (regarding the SEPA Review) will be considered prior to issuing the final determination on this application. Please mail your comments on this project to: Joan Davenport, Planning Manager City of Yakima, 129 N 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901. Please be sure to reference the file numbers (CPA#006-12, RZ#006- 12, and SEPA #018-12) or the applicant's name (Wayne Clasen and Apple Land investments, LLC) in any written correspondence. NOTICE OF DECISION A copy of the SEPA threshold determination will be mailed to you after the end of the 20 -day comment period. There will be a 14 - day SEPA appeal period effective upon the date of mailing the threshold determination. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING This comprehensive plan map amendment request and concurrent rezone will require two public hearings; one open record hearing before the City of Yakima's Planning Commission to be followed by a closed record hearing' before the Yakima City Council. The public hearing before the Planning Commission has been tentatively scheduled for Wednesday, August 22, 2012, beginning at 3:30 pm, in the Council Chambers, City Hall, 129 N 2nd Street, Yakima, WA. Any person desiring to express their views on this matter is invited to attend the public hearing or to submit their written comments to: City of Yakima, Planning Division, 129 N 2nd St., Yakima, WA 98901. A separate notice will be provided for the public hearing before the Yakima City Council. If you have any questions on this proposal, please call Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner at (509) 575-6042 or e-mail at bbenson@ci.yakima.wa.us. Encl: Applications, Environmental Checklist and Mailing Map DOC. INDEX # E-5 STATE OF WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 1011 Plum Sneer SE • PD Box 42525 • Olympia, Washington 98504-2525 • (360) 725-4000 www.commerce.wa.gov June 7, 2012 Joan Davenport Planning Manager City of Yakima 129 North Second Street Yakima, Washington 98901 Dear Ms. Davenport: Thank you for sending the Washington State Department of Commerce (Commerce) the following materials as required under RCW 36.70A.106. Please keep this letter as documentation that you have met this procedural requirement. City of Yakima - Proposed 2012 Comprehensive Plan amendments, including site rezones, and changes to the Future Land Use Map designations (CPA #001-12, 002-12, 003-12, 004-12, 005-12, and 006-12). These materials were received on June 05, 2012 and processed with the Material ID # 18144. We have forwarded a copy of this notice to other state agencies. If this submitted material is an adopted amendment, then please keep this letter as documentation that you have met the procedural requirement under RCW 36.70A.106. If you have submitted this material as a draft amendment, then final adoption may occur no earlier than sixty days following the date of receipt by Commerce. Please remember to submit the final adopted amendment to Commerce within ten days of adoption. if you have any questions, please contact Growth Management Services at reviewteam@commerce.wa.gov, or call Dave Andersen (509) 434-4491 or Paul Johnson (360) 725-3048. Sincerely, Review Team Growth Management Services DATE: TO: FROM: SUBJECT: PROPOSAL: LOCATION: Transit Division 509-575-6175 2301 Fruitvale Blvd. Yakima, WA 98902 DST Comments June 8, 2012 Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner Kevin Futrell, Transit Planner Appleland Clasen, CPA #006-12 Change the Future Land Use Map to redesignate property from Low Density Residential to High Density Residential & Concurrent Rezone from Single -Family Residential to Multi -Family Residential. Vicinity of 8400 Occidental Road, Yakima, WA PARCEL NUMBER: 181206-21001, -21005, -21007, -21401, -21402 COMMENTS: Although the current land use application is only to change the future land use map to redesignate property from Low Density Residential to High Density Residential, as well as, rezone the property from R-1 to R-3, it is important that Yakima Transit comment on future use of the property as was mentioned in the land use application. Yakima Transit provides paratransit services in the city of Yakima where the proposed development is located. The proposed use is for "housing, nursing care, and assisted living." Under FTA rules, Yakima Transit is required to provide complementary paratransit services to individuals within three-quarters of a mile of fixed -route service. The proposed use is approximately 1.1 miles (0.8 miles using a radius) from the closest fixed -route service. It is the City of Yakima's policy, at this time, to provide complementary paratransit services anywhere within the City of Yakima's city limits, which includes this site. Facilities like this typically rely heavily on paratransit (Dial A Ride) services. If Transit funding becomes an issue in the future, the City's policy on where to provide paratransit services may be reduced to FTA required levels excluding the subject property. Yakima Transit is discouraging development of this site for the proposed use, because it is outside the area that the FTA requires Yakima Transit to provide paratransit services and those services may be a necessary public service. Yakima Transit doesn't anticipate offering any fixed -route services along Occidental Road or Ahtanum Road in the next ten years. Although an express mute will be considered along Ahtanum Road when the north -south road is constructed connecting Ahtanum Road to Summitview Road, express service has limited stops and complementary paratransit services are not mandated along express routes. The residents who wouldn't qualify for Dial A Ride but need transportation services because they cannot drive may want to use the fixed -route service. However, with the existing route being as far away as it is, it isn't practical. The closest planned route, would run along Tier Road between 96th and 72nd Avenues. This route is anticipated within the next 5-10 years. Future route planning wouldn't change in any long term plan until more higher density infill development occurs between the proposed site and existing service areas. DOC. INS # 6- 1-1• b Growth of this intensity should be located closer to established development and available City services. Although the area is located within City Limits there is limited development in the area. Currently, there is a void between the proposed facility and established growth of similar intensities. The location of this facility is the only one of it's kind in the area and although Yakima Transit provides service to people who live in the area that need the service, the volume of passengers that may use Dial A Ride services could be problematic and economically burdensome on the public transportation system. Other trips consist of typical single-family residential or apartment locations. Shopping facilities are also frequented like the WV Walmart near 64th Avenue and Nob Hill Blvd. and the Orchards Shopping Center at 72nd Avenue and Tieton Drive. There is a map attached showing an artificial boundary where Dial A Ride doesn't typically provide higher volume services. The facility owner should consider offering transportation options to their residents and guests, that are not solely reliant on the City's public transit system, which might include multi -passenger ADA accessible vehicles that will accommodate more than one wheelchair. GOAL 3.1: Provide for a broad distribution of housing in Yakima that meets the affordability and neighborhood design needs of the public. (Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan 2025, p.11l-20) Policy 3.1.1.4 Development shall be located along arterials or collector streets and should have good access to public transit. (Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan 2025, p.UI-20) DOC. iidDa # E- 4b Yakima Transit - DST Comments - CPA#006-12 - Appleland Clasen s 9em-Ave Ap- Tre. Golf i : Course l-+ I t FnI11 I L 0.5 tun 1 !Subject Froperty - . en �r1 C ..1 ' _ L ,----111711;11.5 '1II11,,laL IRvr-r- i 1.1 Miles from;Fixed Route _I tx •i _._ _ , . 7 . i r' tLTl I L t i i it i r1 •.1f 1) i 7 � Ih1 Its '4 Copyright 2011 City of Yakima, Washington. All rights reserved. Created: Tuesday, Jun. 5, 2012 at 4:3Q PM -4 -_;, ! . _ r 1 . 1 1! , it -_Ahranum _ Rd . --�' '— _.— __ _ _ -- - -- ..Ahtariarn _141 .-. to., 11'1. i.1:11,01 .,• ; Ltt tui aaJ'V- ttat.rn ti,.. _t ntw ct.r t..• • rip alto -.at-n rt..-•• . f«•-., r • •a•. . ,....n .t)i Yakima Transit - Appleland - CPA #0006-12 Map2 ;t .I1'11111t:•1 vi.• Ava S 96th Ave W Chestnut Ave ')7.id Ave • Apple Tree Soil Course 4 .33Q s Stith Ave S 85th Ave N 84th Ave Tletor. Dr 4 m z S ;4Li Ave Midvale Rd Olrnslead Ct Nohow Rd West Velley Community Park _Ave Coolidge Rd ro 1mil Occidental ltd gummitvlcw Ave 're o.ry 3aliteon Park C Q• ( • e S 65th Ave • W Cht.;trut Ave Q r > b. > Westwood West Gott H Course 6.1 co N W Nob 11111 Blv S 72nd Ave E ds Q 0, 3Tit Terri linS. C a S 55th Ave N53thAve N 49t1' Ave Av.11 A•:. rnrounla,r Rd Summltvlaw Ave } Q 4 Tietor Dr rn W Arlington Sty 4,i > • .. l 7 a a . G n ;off c7; Irk a> > n r. fie' Q ,, cl s 4 rn S 45th Ave S 44th Ave N LOth Ave W 4 f. 4 W War.hinyton Ar. W Wish nr on Ave S Stith Avc ar L N l 11'7 u, t v; 0 0 0 Lyons-' Randall Park S 47th Ave W Viola Ave 4 W Larch Ave Oak A Copyright 2011 City of Yakima, Washington. All rights reserved. Created: Friday, Jun. 8, 2012 at 8:59 AM No issue with the rezone. We will deal with frontage improvements and access issues when development plans are submitted. DST Comments 06/08/2012 Joe Rosenlund, Streets & Traffic Operations! ®®C. 9�lD i�T. DST Distribution List ern lutle C‘- Jo- Applicant Wayne Clasen & Apple Land Investments, Inc File Number: CPA#006-12, RZ#006-12, SEPA#018-12 Date of DST Meeting. Tune 20, 2012 Assigned Planner. Bruce Benson City of Yakima Divisions and Yakima Coun x Codes Joe Caruso P.O. Box 102, Yakima, WA 98901 Codes Sandy Cox Jamie Lee Stickel Codes Jerry Robertson Committee for Downtown Yakima Codes Royale Schneider x Codes Nathan Thompson x Codes Glenn Denman x Engineering Dan Ford x Stormwater Engineer Rand Meloy x Water/Irrigation Mike Shane x Wastewater Scott Schafer x Wastewater Shelley Willson x Fire Department Brandon Dorenbush Other Agencies x Streets/Traffic Engineering Joe Rosenlund P.O. Box 102, Yakima, WA 98901 Utility Services Pete Hobbs Jamie Lee Stickel Parks and Recreation Ken Wilkinson Committee for Downtown Yakima Transit Ken Mehin x Transit Kevin Futrell x Police Department Shawn Boyle Rick Dieker/John Dickman Refuse Nancy Fortier Nob Hill Water Yakima County Public Svcs Vern Redifer x Yakima County Planning Steve Erickson 1210 Ahtanum Ridge Dr, Union Gap 98903 911 Communications Wayne Wantland Gwen Clear County Flood Control District Jeff Legg No. Yakima Soil Conservation District Ray Wondercheck 1606 Perry St Ste F, Yakima 98902 Updated as of 08/24/2011 Capitol Theatre Gay Parker P.O. Box 102, Yakima, WA 98901 Committee for Downtown Yakima Jamie Lee Stickel 115 North 3Td Street, Yakima 98901 Committee for Downtown Yakima James Stickel P.O. Box 9668, Yakima 98909 Committee Manager - CDY Manager P.O. Box 881, Yakima 98901 Yakima Tieton Irrigation District Rick Dieker/John Dickman 470 Camp 4 Rd. Yakima, WA 98908 Nob Hill Water Jenna Leaverton 6111 Tieton Drive, Yakima 98908 Yakima County Health District Art McKuen 1210 Ahtanum Ridge Dr, Union Gap 98903 x WA State Department of Ecology Gwen Clear 15 W Yakima Ave Ste #200, Yakima 98902 No. Yakima Soil Conservation District Ray Wondercheck 1606 Perry St Ste F, Yakima 98902 Pacific Power and Light Co. Mike Paulson 500 N. Keys Rd, Yakima 98901 Qwest Tom McAvoy 8 South 2nd Ave Rm 304, Yakima 98902 Cascade Natural Gas Co. Sheila Ross 701 South 1st Ave, Yakima 98902 Yakima School District #7 Elaine Beraza 104 North 4th Ave, Yakima 98902 West Valley School District #208 Peter Ansingh 8902 Zier Rd, Yakima 98908 Charter Communications Kevin Chilcote 1005 North 16th Ave, Yakima 98902 County Clean Air Authority Gary Pruitt 329 North 1s► Street, Yakima 98901 Yakima Waste Systems Scott Robertson 2812 Terrace Heights Dr, Yakima 98901 Yakima Greenway Foundation Al Brown 111 South 18th Street, Yakima 98901 US Post Office Jeff McKee 205 West Washington Ave, Yakima 98903 Yakima Valley Canal Co. Robert Smoot 1640 Garretson Lane, Yakima 98908 Department of Wildlife 1701 South 24" Ave, Yakima 98902 Department of Natural Resources 713 Bowers Rd, Ellensburg 98926 WSDOT (Dept of Transportation) Salah Al-Tamini 2809 Rudkin Rd, Union Gap 98903 Department of Fisheries Eric Bartrand P.O. Box 9155, Yakima 98909 Yakama Indian Nation Thalia Sachtleben P.O. Box 151, Toppenish 98948 Yakima Airport Lee Rimmel 2400 West Washington Ave, Yakima 98903 Trolleys Paul Edmondson 313 North 3rd Street, Yakima 98901 City of Union Gap David Spurlock P.O. Box 3008, Union Gap 98903 WSDOT, Aviation Division John Shambaugh 18204 59" Drive NE, Ste B, Arlington WA 98223 Governor's Office of Indian Affairs PO Box 40909, Olympia, WA 98504 Ahtanum Irrigation District Beth Ann Brubitte PO Box 563, Yakima, WA. 98907 Yakima-Klickitat Fisheries Project John Marvin a771 Pence Road, Yakima, WA 98909 Department of Fish & Wildlife Mark Teske INDEX , 201 North Pearl, Ellensburg, WA 98926 Updated as of 08/24/2011 Ibarra, Rosalinda From: lbarra, Rosalinda Sent: Thursday, May 31, 2012 1:57 PM To: Caruso, Joe; Denman, Glenn; Ford, Dan; Meloy, Randy; Shane, Mike; Schafer, Scott; Willson, Shelley; Dorenbush, Brandon; Rosenlund, Joseph; Futrell, Kevin; Boyle, Shawn Cc:'steven.erickson@co.yakima.wa.us' Subject: DST PACKETS - 2012 Comp Plan Amendments - CPA#001-12, CPA#002-12, CPA#003-12, CPA#004-12, CPA#005-12, CPA#006-12 Attachments: DST PACKET - Carlson Rev Trust - CPA001-12.pdf; DST PACKET - WA Fruit and Produce - CPA002-12.pdf; DST PACKET - Lockhart-Rookstool - CPA003-12.pdf; DST PACKET - WV Nursing Homes - CPA004-12.pdf; DST PACKET - Yakima Venture - CPA005-12.pdf; DST PACKET - AppleLand-Clasen - CPA006-12.pdf DST meeting scheduled for June 20, 2012. Please submit your comments in Paladin or e-mail them to the assigned planner no later than the meeting date. Ripsa1mda I6arra Planning Technician ribarra@ci.vakima.wa.us City of Yakima 129 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 p: (509) 575-6183 f: (509) 575-6105 1 DOC. INDEX cza QI-aNNING City of Yakima Development Services Team Request For Comments June 5, 2011 To: City of Yakima Development Services Team From: Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner Subject: Request for Comments Applicant: Wayne Clasen and Apple Land Investments, LLC File Number: CPA#006-12, RZ#006-12, SEPA#018-12 Location: Vicinity of the 8400 block of Occidental Road Parcel Number(s): 181206-21001, 21005, 21007, 21401, 21402 DST MEETING DATE: 6/20/2012 Proposal Comprehensive Plan Amendment request to change Future Land Use Map designation from Low Density Residential to High Density Residential and to concurrently rezone from R-1, Single-family Residential to R-3, Multi -family Residential. No project is proposed in this application. Please review the attached application and site plan and prepare any written comments you might have regarding this proposal. This project will come up for discussion at the weekly DST meeting to be held June 20. 2012 at 9:30 a.m. As always, should you have comments, but find you are unable to attend, please submit your comments prior to the meeting. My email address is bbenson@ci.yakima.wa.us and the Planning Department's fax number is (509) 575-6105. Should you have any questions, or require additional information, please call me at (509) 575-6042. Comments: Contact Person Department/Agency DOC. INDEX STATE OF WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF ECOLOGY 15 W Yakima Ave, Ste 200 O Yakima, WA 98902-3452 O (509) 575-2490 June 15, 2012 Joan Davenport Planning Manager City of Yakima 129 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 Re: CPA 006-12/RZ 006-12/SEPA 018-12 Dear Ms. Davenport: RECEIVED JUN 1 8 2012 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. Thank you for the opportunity to comment on the pre -threshold determination for the comprehensive plan amendment and rezone from R-1 to R-3, proposed by Wayne Clasen and Apple Land Investments, LLC. We have reviewed the environmental checklist and have the following comment. Toxics Clean-up Based upon the historical agricultural use of this land, there is a possibility the soil contains residual concentrations of pesticides. Ecology recommends that the soils be sampled and analyzed for lead and arsenic and for organochlorine pesticides. If these contaminants are found at concentrations above the MTCA clean-up levels Ecology recommends that potential buyers be notified of their occurrence. If you have any questions or would like to respond to these Toxics Clean-up comments, please contact Valerie Bound at (509) 454-7886. Sincerely, Gwen Clear Environmental Review Coordinator Central Regional Office (509) 575-2012 559 DOC. INDEX # -3o Ca GOLF COURSE RI VACANT RI OCCIDENTAL ROAD LIVING CARE RETIREMENT COMMUNPlD3S RECEIVED APR 3 0 2012 1 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. 4dlw :ZtOL 'B t ,dy •e1SP laid •pnpo.d s p,q sepueuem ou a,e e,elll'e,ola,eyl •uoiie Aue aI Al i glsuodse, Ideaoe Ieuueo Alunoo eyl'Seeegelep leJOASS W04 peAuep Sem dew elgl Aluno3 BW PISA LLOZ (3) eteuAdo3 leer 00S =.t }y OPP OOP sesodind leOel ioy esn lou op 'Alco Aeldsp lensln,oy e,e soul, iO) lowed dIfil01‘ 40 1.110 G 18\1 IeV1snPUl lelo,OwuO3 woo Geo le!o,owwoo welly ,elueo eouelUenuo3 e8,el - lelo,ewUz,o PooWoOI4 leN - IBNewumO leuop5eu Goy* Ieu0Ssejad RpUePleea AUsue3 V81H - lepuePlsoe Allsuea unwell 77 lepUap0b AlleueG mol eon puel eminj eeglo slot zel sPeoa IN N ■ ■• seluedo,d WB(gnS • ■ ■ esn pue-j ejnind pasodoad S301A1d3S NOI1V11MO3NI UIHdV110030 AiNf1OO VWINVA ,03cci 7 1 1 ! U J II RC Yakima ateactiiies YAKIMA COUNTY UNIX AVM N A • at a GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SERVICES Existing Zoning I. a Subject Properties N AN Roads QTax Lots Cities City of Yakima Zoning SR Suburban Residential R-1 Single Family R-2 Two Family R-3 Mutt -Family B-1 Professanal Business ® 8-2 Local Business - HB Historical Business SCC Small Convenience Center EMI LCC Large Convenience Center CBD Central Business 013tz1 l • CBD CBD Support GC General Commercial M-1 Light Industrial M-2 Heavy Industnal RD Regional Development AS Airport Support 8 0 3 4t RECEIVED APR 3 0 :012 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. Parcel Lot lines are for visual display only. Do not use for legal purposes. 400 800 Feat 1'= 500 feet 11 k Yakimap.c_4m Copyright (C) 2012 Yakima County This map was derived ham several databases. The County cannot accept responsibility for any errors. Therafore,there are no wamnbes for this product. Plot dale: Apr 18. 2012; map8 YAKIMA COUNTY GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SERVICES Proposed Zoning • • ■ ■ Subject Properties *0 Roads OTax Lots Cities City of Yakima Zoning SR Suburban Residential R-1 Single Fainly R-2 Two Family R-3 Multi -Family 8-1 Professional Business [z3 B-2 Local Business HB Histoncal Business SCC Small Convenience Center LCC Large Convenience Center CBD Central Business Distad CBD CBD Support GC General Commercial M-1 Light Industrial M-2 Heavy Industrial RD Regional Development AS Airport Support RECEIVED APR 3 0 2212 CPLANNING DIVF A Parcel Lot lines are for visual display Only. Do not use for legal purposes. 400 800 Feel 1'= 500 feet ettir\ra. Yakin, p.CW0 Copyright (C) 2012 Yakima County This map was derived from several databases. The County cannot swept responsibility for any errore Thereto/Ohara are no warranties for this product. Plot date: Apr 18, 2012; map8 Y 1a.11111V 1Y 'cap 11)1 L1 /1ttUV1J- 1.:,. I.L.d+V\/V-1.. .7LI tA•*V 10'I: nnp:ngts.ci.yai:'rna.wa.usivaknmagisipnntMap.html?vicinity=-truE a Scale • 1:8000 Mato. awe. 1 9 { YYAata81 AY • 1 fi / • �V 1 f 1.44 A. is Atom Av. Ileaca Ras < City of Yakima, Washington File CPA#006-12, RZ#006-12, SEPA#018-12 Number: Applicant: Bill Hordan Planning Services Owner: Apple Land Investments/Wayne Clasen Request: Change the Future Land Use map designation for five parcels from Low Density Residential to High Density Residential and rezone from (R-1) to (R-3) to develop a retirement community campus. Location: 8400 block of Occidental Road Parcel Number(s): 18120621001,18120621005,18120621007,18120621401,18120621402 Subject Area Site Property Notification Area NOTIFICATION OF LAND USE APPLICATION DOC. INDEX # E-3 1 of 2 5/7/2012 4:32 PN J ...»r .... ........,.... ......vvv • . i.,.S.v 1 lettp./t31.l.CLV`wllIIQ.wa.us/yaKlmagis! printiviap.nnnt* tint)=trui City of Yakima, Washington Fite CPA#006-12, RZ#006-12, SEPA#018-12 Number: Applicant: Bill Hordan Planning Services Owner: Apple Land Investments/Wayne Clasen Request: Change the Future Land Use map designation for five parcels from Low Density Residential to High Density Residential and rezone from (R-1) to (R-3) to develop a retirement community campus. Location: 8400 block of Occidental Road Parcel 18120621001,18120621005,18120621007,18120621401,18120621402 Numberts): Subject Area Site Water Pipe Sewer Pipe DOC. INDEX 1 of 2 5/7/2012 4:30 PM f..V 11111` I•IY'/ Ivan LI nnuvv-I-. I\LJwVv-I-. 01.,1 ,t,V I0 -1L nup:ugi s.ci.)--•Ima.wa.usiyatumagisipnntMap.hmllYzoning true File Number: Applicant: Request: City of Yakima, Washington CPA#006-12, RZ#006-12, SEPA#018-12 Bill Hordan Planning Services Owner: Apple Land Investments/Wayne Clasen Change the Future Land Use map designation for five parcels from Low Density Residential to High Density Residential and rezone from (R-1) to (R-3) to develop a retirement community campus. Location: 8400 block of Occidental Road Parcel 18120621001,18120621005,18120621007,18120621401,18120621402 Number(s): Subject Area Site Zoning Boundary DOC. INDEX # E-3 1 of 2 5/7/2012 4:31 PA, 1 wult L61114 Vag Mai) FVI ..i rtr,\1VV- 1 INLK VV, r 1L, aux 10-1L nttp:iigls.ci"1kuna.wa.usfyaklmaglsiprtntMap.htntlYfulu=h•ue City of Yakima, Washington Fite Number: CPA#006-12, RZ#1006-12, SEPA#018-12 Applicant:Bill Hordan Planning Services Owner: Apple Land Investments/Wayne Clasen Request: Change the Future Land Use map designation for five parcels from Low Density Residential to High Density Residential and rezone from (R-1) to (R-3) to develop a retirement community' campus. Location: 8400 block of Occidental Road Parcel 18120621001,18120621005,18120621007.18120621401,18120621402 Number( S)' Subject Area Site Low C rnslty Reslderoal MediumDensey Resdemal • kdh Densly Residential P olessonal ago. 1 Reg-analComnerciai ▪ Ilr,gh:orhood Commtud ■ Large Convenerce Center Atena, Crrnrnercu" ■ (80 Core Commercial Industrial Contact City of Yakima Planning Division at 509.5756183 City of Yakima - Geographic Information Services - Monday, May 07, 2012 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. DOC. INDEX 1 of 1 5/7/2012 4:31 PN Ilblllu ,.uF ,u, I.L..r'uuU-1 3L.1 rinks 1 O-1 . 1 oft Illlp://gIs.ci.v-kima.wa. usi)'aKImagls; printMap.nnnl :'photo- trul City of Yakima, Washington File CPA#006-12, RZ#006-12, SEPA#018-12 Number: Applicant:Bill Hordan Planning Services Owner: Apple Land investments/Wayne Clasen Request: Change the Future Land Use map designation for five parcels from Low Density Residential to High Density Residential and rezone from (R-1) to (R-3) to develop a retirement community campus. Location: 8400 block of Occidental Road Parcel 18120621001,18120621005,18120621007,18120621401,18120621402 Number(s): rim Subject Area Site Aerial Photo: June 2008 DOC. INDEX 5/7/2012 4:31 PN � a�=} ENVIRONMENTAL CHECKLIST STATE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT (SEPA) (AS TAKEN FROM WAC 197-11-960) YAKIMA MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 6.88 PURPOSE OF CHECKLIST The State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA), RCW Ch. 43.21C, requires all governmental agencies to con sider the environmental impacts of a proposal before making decisions. An environmental impact statement (EIS) must be prepared for all proposals with probable significant adverse impacts on the quality of the environment. The purpose of this checklist is to provide information to help you and the agency identify impacts from your proposal (and to reduce or avoid impacts from the proposal, if it can be done) and to help the agency decide whether an EIS is required. INSTRUCTIONS FOR APPLICANTS This environmental checklist asks you to describe some basic information about your proposal. Governmental agencies use this checklist to determine whether the environmental impacts of your proposal are significant, requiring preparation of an EIS. Answer the questions briefly, with the most precise information known, or give the best description you can. You must answer each question accurately and carefully, to the best of your knowledge. In most cases, you should be able to answer the questions from your own observations or project plans without the need to hire experts. If you really do not know the answer, or if a question does not apply to your proposal, write "do not know" or "does not apply". Complete answers to the questions now may avoid unnecessary delays later. Some questions ask about governmental regulations, such as zoning, shoreline, and landmark designations. Answer these questions if you can. If you have problems, the governmental agencies can assist you. 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 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 impact. USE OF CHECKLIST FOR NONPROJECT PROPOSALS Complete this checklist for non -project proposals, even though questions may be answered "does not apply." IN ADDITION, complete the SUPPLEMENTAL SHEET FOR NONPROJECT ACTIONS (part D). For non -project actions, the references in the checklist to the words "project," "applicant," and "property or site" should be read as "proposal," "proposer," and "affected geographic area," respectively. A. BACKGROUND INFORMATION (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 — (509) 249-1919. RECEIVED 3. Applicant's Address: 410 North 2"d Street, Yakima, WA 98901 APR 3 02312 4. Contact Person & Phone: Same as applicant. CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. 5. Agency Requesting Checklist: City of Yakima 6. Date The Checklist Was Prepared: April 25, 2012 7. Proposed Timing Or Schedule (Including Phasing, If Applicable): Not applicable, no land use action is proposed at this time. 8. Do you have any plans for future additions, expansion, or further activity related to or connected with this proposal? If yes, explain: Yes, upon a successful change in the Future Land Use Designation and Rezone of the property, the property is to be purchased and held by West Valley Nursing Homes, Inc., until such time the company is ready to construct a retirement, community at this site. The estimated time for commencement of construction is 10 to 15 years away. Specific plans for that construction has not been drafted at this time but a conceptual plan has been included in this application for general reference. v've�o INDEX # tE-� 9. List any environmental info: ..._don you know about that has been prepare►., ..r will be prepared, directly related to this proposal: No additional environmental information is pending. 10. Do you know whether applications are pending for gover nmental approvals of other proposals directly affecting the property covered by your proposal? If yes, explain: RECEIVED No other applications are pending. APR 3 0 2312 11. List any govern ment approvals or permits that will be needed for your proposal, if knowvTOF YAKIMA PLANNING�DIV. Comprehensive Plan Land Use change to the Future Land Use Map and Rezone. 12. 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 to change the Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map designation and zoning on 5 parcels totaling approximately 21 acres in size. The comprehensive plan land use change consists of changing the Future Land Use Map from Low-density Residential to High-density Residential and the zoning from Single-family Residential to Multi -family Residential. 13. Location of the proposal. Give sufficient information for a person to understand the precise location of your pro- posed 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 properties lie at the southeast corner of Occidental Road and South 86th Avenue, within the City Limits of Yakima, Washington. The address of the property is approximately the8400 Block of Occidental Road. The Yakima County Assessor's Parcel Numbers for the property is 181206- 21001, 21005, 21007, 21401 and 21402. B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS (To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments 1. Earth �,+, a. General description of the site (1 one): • flat 0 rolling ■ hilly Er steep slopes ❑ mountainous 0 other b. What is the steepest slope on the site (approximate percent slope)? Approximately 7-8 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 prime farmland. According to the Soil Survey of Yakima County Area Washington, the soil types are: Gorst loam, 2 to 15 percent slopes; Gorst loam, 15 to 30 percent loam; Harwood loam, 2 to 5 percent slopes; Harwood loam, 5 to 8 percent slopes and Harwood loam, 8 to 15 percent slopes. The Harwood®OC loam, 2 to 5 percent slopes is classified as prime farmland. se B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMt._ .'S (To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments d. Are there surface indications or history of unstable soils in the immediate vicinity? If so, describe. No. RECEIVE. APR 3 0231 CIN OF YAKIN PLANNING o . e. Describe the purpose, type, and approximate quantities of any filling or grading proposed. Indicate source of till. No fill or grading is required as part of this application. f. Could erosion occur as a result of clearing, construction, or use'? If so, generally describe. Not as part of this application. g. About what percent of the site will be covered with impervious surfaces after project construction (for example, asphalt or buildings)? The current site has less than 1 percent impervious surface. No project is proposed as part of this application. h. Proposed measures to reduce or control erosion, or other impacts to the earth, if any: None needed, none proposed. 2. Air a. What types of emissions to the air would result from the proposal (i.e., dust, automobile, odors, industrial wood smoke) during construction and when the project is completed? If any, generally describe and give approximate quantities if known. None as part of this land use change and rezone application. b. Are there any off-site sources of emissions or odor that may affect your proposal? If so, generally describe. None known by property owner. c. Proposed measures to reduce or control emissions or other impacts to air, if any: None needed, none proposed. 3. Water a. Surface: 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. Yes, the McGonagle Ditch lies southerly of this proposal. 2. Will the project require any work over, in, or adjacent to (within 200 feet) the described waters? If yes, please describe and attach available plans. Not applicable, there is no project proposed on the property. 3. Estimate the amount of fill and dredge material that would be placed in or re moved from surface water or wetlands and indicate the area of the site that would be affected. Indicate the source of fill material. Not applicable. DX. INDEN B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEME. ,'S (To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments RECEIVED APR 3 0 2312 CITY OF YAKIMA 4. Will the proposal require surface water withdrawals or dive j ela eral 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. 6. 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: 1. Will ground water be withdrawn, or will water be discharged to ground water? Give general description, purpose, and approximate quantities if known. No. 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, this is a non -project land use change and rezone request. c. Water Runoff (including stormwater): 1. 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. 2. Could waste materials enter ground or surface waters? If so, generally describe. Not applicable. 3. Proposed measures to reduce or control surface, ground, and runoff water impacts, if any: None needed, none proposed. 4. Plants: a. Check (✓) types of vegetation found on the site: Deciduous Tree: 0 Alder ❑ Maple 0 Aspen 0 Other Evergreen Green: ❑ Fir 0 Cedar ❑ Pine Other ❑ Shrubs 0 Grass (] Pasture Crop Or Grain 0 Other Wet Soil Plants: 0 Cattail ❑Buttercup ❑ Bullrush ❑Skunk Cabbage 0 Other Water Plants: ■ Milfoil 0 Eelgrass ❑ Water Lily 0 Other Other Types Of Vegetation: ;OCa 0 _ b. What kind and amount of vegetation will be removed or altered? No vegetation will be removed or altered as part of this application. INDEX tit iC-2, B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEME_ S (To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments c. List threatened or endangered species known to be on or near the site. None known by the property owner: RECEIVE APR 3 0 L OF YAK 1 CITY Prl ANPdIWG d. Proposed landscaping, use of native plants, or other measures to preserve or enhance vegetation on the site, if any: None needed, none proposed. 5. Animals: a. Check (✓) any birds and animals which have been observed on or near the site or are known to be on or near the site: Birds: 0 Hawk 0 Heron ❑ Eagle ['Songbirds ❑ Other Mammals: ❑ Deer 0 Bear ❑ Elk ❑ Beaver ❑ Other Fish: 0 Bass 0 Salmon ❑ Trout ❑ Herring 0 Shellfish ❑ Other b. List any threatened or endangered species known to be on or near the site. None known by the property owner. 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. 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 as part of this application. b. 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 as there is no proposal. 7. Environmental Health 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. No. 1. Describe special emergency services that might be required. No special emergency services are required for this application. 2. Proposed measures to reduce or control environmental health hazards, if any: None needed, none proposed. DOC. II% t_ DEXc G-.- B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEML :'S (To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments b. Noise RECEIVED APR 3 0 2312 ITY OF YAKIM CPLANNING D V. 1. What types of noise exist in the area, which may affect your project (for example: traffic, equipment, operation, other)? Minor traffic noise exists in the area, mainly from Occidental Road. It will not affect this proposal. 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 land use change and rezone 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? The current use of the property is residential and agriculture. Property to the north and west contain a single-family residence and Apple Tree Resort. Property to the east and south contain vacant lands and single-family residences on large acre sized lots. b. Has the site been used for agriculture? If so, describe. Yes, the site has been used for orchard and pasture. c. Describe any structures on the site. The site contains 4 single-family residences and miscellaneous outbuildings associated with hobby farming. d. Will any structures be demolished? If so, what? No structures will be demolished as part of this application. However, it is likely that as this proposal progresses, overtime, some or all of the existing structures will be demolished and replaced with new buildings. e. What is the current zoning classification of the site? Single-family Residential f. What is the current comprehensive plan designation of the site? Low-density Residential g. if applicable, what is the current shoreline master program designation of the site? Not applicable. h. Has any part of the site been classified as an "environmentally sensitive" area? If so specify. No. i. Approximately how many people would reside or work in the completed project? Not applicable, there is no project. j. Approximately how many people would the completed project displace? Not applicable, there is no project. DOC. k. Proposed measures to avoid or reduce displacement impacts, if any.®EX None needed, none proposed. # E.- 2- B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEML. t'S (To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments I. 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, West Valley Neighborhood Plan and Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance. RECEIV APR 3 0 CITY OF Y PLANNING 9. Housing a. Approximately how many units would be provided, if any? Indicate whether high, middle, or low-income housing. Not applicable, no new housing is beingprovided. b. Approximately how many units, if any, would be eliminated? Indicate whether high, middle, or low-income housing. Not applicable. See 8.d. above. c. Proposed measures to reduce or control housing impacts, if any: Not applicable. 10. Aesthetics a. What is the tallest height of any proposed structures, not including antennas; what are the principal exterior building materials proposed? Not applicable, no structures are proposed. b. What views in the immediate vicinity would be altered or obstructed? No known views in the immediate area will be altered or obstructed as part of this application. c. Proposed measures to reduce or control aesthetic impacts, if any: None needed, none proposed. 11. Light and G lare a. What type of light or glare will the proposal produce? What time of day would it mainly occur? No light or glare will be produced as part of this 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 known sources of off-site light or glare which would affect this proposal. d. Proposed measures to reduce or control light and glare impacts, if any: None needed, none proposed. DOM ��J��0 itDEUO 012 IMA IV- B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEM.. AS (To be completed by the applicant) r Space Reserved for Agency Comments 12. Recreation ����'�� APR 3 O L CITY OF YAK PLANNING 0 a. What designated and informal recreational opportunities are in the immediate vicinity? Recreational opportunities have been observed at Apple Tree Resort. b. Would the proposed project displace any existing recreational uses? If so, describe. No recreational opportunities will be displaced. 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 Preser vation a. Are there any places or objects listed on, or proposed for, national, state, or local preservation registers known to be on or next to the site? If so, generally describe. None known by the property owner. b. Generally describe any landmarks or evidence of historic, archaeological, scientific, or cultural important known to be on or next to the site. None known by the property owner. c. Proposed measures to reduce or control impacts, if any: None needed, none proposed. 14. Transportation a. Identify public streets and highways serving the site, and describe proposed access to the existing street system. Show on site plans, if any. The site is currently served by Occidental Road, South 85th and South 86th Avenues which connect to other urban arterials and eventually the state highway system. b. Is site currently serviced by public transit? If not, what is the approximate distance to the nearest transit stop? No. The property owner does not know the nearest transit stop. c. How many parking spaces would the completed project have? How many would the project eliminate? Not applicable, there is no project. d. Will the proposal require any new roads or streets, or improvements to existing roads or streets, not including driveways? If so, generally describe (indicate whether public or private). No, there is no project at this time. e. Will the project use (or occur in the immediate vicinity ol) water, rail, or air transportation? If so, generally describe. No. DOC. 9WDEX # E-2, 12 ilA V. B. ENVIRONMENTAL ELEML...`S (To be completed by the applicant) Space Reserved for Agency Comments f. How many vehicular trips per day would be generated by the completed project? If known, indicate when peak volumes would occur. Not applicable, there is no project. R CE V E APR 3 O 2r, CITY OF YAKIM' PLANNING DIV g. 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, health care, schools, other)? If so, generally describe: No. 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. No utilities are proposed to be extended to the property at this time. 16. Utilities a. Circle utilities currently; available at the site: electricity, natural gas, water, refuse service, telephone, sanitary sewer, septic system, other. 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. Property Owner or Agent Signature Date Submitted PLEASE COMPLETE SECTION"D" ON THE NEXT PAGE IF THERE IS NO PROJECT RELATED TO THIS ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW DOC. 9'DEX # - 2- D. SUPPLEMENT SHEET FOR NONPROJECT ACTIONS (To be completed by the applicant.) (DO NOT USE THE FOLLOWING FOR PROJECT ACTIONS) Space Reserved For Agency Comments Because 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 and how it would affect the item at a greater intensity or at a faster rate than if the proposal were not implemented. RECEIVE APR 3 0 CITY OF YAKI PLANNING 011 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? No increase to water, emissions to air or toxic/or hazardous substances are proposed. No increase in noise levels are anticipated by a change to the Comprehensive Plan or Rezone. Proposed measures to avoid or reduce such increases are: If applicable, complete an additional SEPA Checklist once a project has been proposed. 2. How would the proposal be likely to affect plants, animals, fish, or marine life? This proposal will have no effect to plants, animals, fish or marine life. Proposed measures to protect or conserve plants, animals, fish, or marine life are: Conservation of these issues would be reviewed through additional SEPA review and implementation of rules and regulations of the Critical Areas Ordinance, as necessary. 3. How would the proposal be likely to deplete energy or natural resources? Not applicable, no natural resources are being exploited through this application. 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? Compliance with local, state and federal ordinances will ensure protection occurs. Proposed measures to protect such resources or to avoid or reduce impacts are: See answer above. 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? This proposal will not affect shorelines, as there are none. Future land use development of the property will be dictated by local, state and federal 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 local and state highways. A minor demand in public services and utilities would likely occur as the property is developed. Proposed measures to reduce or respond to such demand(s) are: All new development would be required to meet concurrency requirements prior to development occurring. 7. 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. '3000 NDEX mecEIVED APR 3 0 2012 LAND USE APPLICATION Cil Y YAKIMA CITY OF YAKIMA,PLANNING DIV. DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 129 NORTH SECOND STREET, 2ND FLOOR, YAKIMA, WA 98902 VOICE: (509) 5756183 FAX: (509) 575.6105 INSTRUCTIONS: =PLEAS$ RFAII3r>ItST'.Please•type p y.aasweis dearly' Answer all questions coompletely. If yon have any." .::• ': : ".:.::� ' :. � -.:`' to bring all necessary alments and the Questions about this form or the application process, please ask a Planner. Remember 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. PART II and III contain additionalmfmmation PART I = GENERAL 'Sc to INFORMATION' ...:;Y and MUST be attached to this a to oom tete the lication. 1. Applicant's Name, Address, Name "..;'a ...... . _ ... Street talo I4erLnf 2"'° sr. And Phone Number 2. Applicant's Property Interest City Check ❑I One Owner 3. Property Owner's Name, Address, And Phone Number Name w,a, Of Other Than Applicant) Street `Iabs4 ❑ I Agent IST G14sex) zM� 2.4Ds- Nei -54.1 /Lb City ' Lf,40y4 4. Subject Property's is Parcel Numbers Property_.. io�' apCC. /4cx0TAL ,Zoe - /8/2.04.- Z/oo 1 2. iddir Z/oo7 ./yob 1 Z/ i 6. Legal Description of Property. (if lengthy, please attach it on a separate document) 5th ATTAGtfet. WA 4 I Zip 14 84e/ ❑ I Purchaser Phonel( ) ZSf9-!y+/9 other Prez_ , O .4'/GE GaFND T,0t 7'44E'Ts. IST 1 (44 1Zip�o3jPhone]( ) 966 -OSS/ 7. Property's Existing Zoning: ❑ SR jaR 1 ❑ R-2 ❑ R-3 ❑ B=1 ❑ B-2 ❑ HB ❑ SCC ❑ LCC ❑ CBD ❑ GC ❑ AS ❑ RD ❑ M-1 ❑ M-2 8. Type Of Application: (Check All That Apply) Or Environmental Checklist (SEPA) j) O0 4 ) - ❑ Right-oMay Vacation ❑ Transportation Concurrency ❑ Non -Conforming Structure/Use ❑ Type 3 Modification ❑ Interpretation by Hearing Examiner ❑ Tey Use Permit Camp Plan Amendmeate.49001* [< - ❑ Short Plat Exemption: 0 Other: 0 0 0 0 0 Administrative Adjustrnerrt Type (2) Review Type (3) Review Short Plat Long Plat Admin. Modification APPS Home Occupation ❑ Eascancnt Release X.Rezone ❑ Shoreline ❑ Critical Areas ❑ Variance ❑ Amended Plat ❑ Binding Site Plan ❑ Planned Development PART Eli- SUPPLEMENTAL APPLICATION, PART III:= REQUIRED' ATTA NTS & PART IV ' -NARRATIVE .L 9. SEE ATTACHED SHEETS PARTY- CERTIFTCAT9ON:'.. _ . • - 10. I certify that the infonnati9n on this cation"and the required attachments are nue and • correct o t. y kn•,.. % correct to the best of my knowledge. FOR ADMINI Notes: TIVE USE ONLY / y/ DATE DATE FEE PAID q 3D) RECEIVED BY Amount R Revised 02-11 r 1► Pi!IINCeibAttc No. Hearin _ Date e e-1 ?-68 3 3 ®, LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS Parcel A: ( 181206-21005 ) RECEIVED APR 3 0 2012 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV The North 215.30 feet of the East 318 feet of Government Lot 3 (The Northeast quarter of the Northwest quarter) of section 6, Township 12 North Range 18, E.W.M.; EXCEPT road right of way on North; AND EXCEPT that portion described as follows: Beginning at the Northeast corner of said subdivision; thence South 000' East along the East line of said subdivision to a point 380.14 feet North of the Southeast corner of said subdivision; thence North 87'2'10" West 13.90 feet; thence North 0"22'30" East 316.52 feet; thence South 89%6'39" East 11.81 feet to point of beginning. Parcel B: (181206-21401) Parcel 1 of Short Plat 79-47, as recorded under Auditor's File No. 2537396. Except that portion conveyed to Yakima County for Road by Deed recorded under Auditor's File No. 7230133. Parcel C: (181206-21402) Lot 2 of Short Plat 79-47 as recorded under Auditor's File No. 2537396, records of Yakima County, Washington. Situated in Yakima County, Washington DOC. INDEX # r I 'LLEGAL DESCRIPTIONS Parcel D and E: (181206-21007 and 181206-21001) RECEIVED APR 3 0 2012 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. Begaahng at the Southeast corner of Los 3, Section; 6,. Township 12 North, Range 18, E.W.M., thence running South 89°38' West along the Soath; fine of said Lot 3, 1,334'feet to the center of County Road; thence North J°06' East 70 feet; thence North 78°55' East 263 feet; thence North 6°15' East 62 feet; thence North 89'38' East 1319 'feet; thence South 24°S7' East 85 feet; thence Southl°39' West 103.8 fee#; thence South 89°38` West 180 fent to the point of beginning. EXCEPT County road right of way along the West line AND Beginning at a point 180.5 feet North of the Northeast corner of the Southeast 114 of the Northwest 114 of Section 6, Township 12 North, Binge 18, E.W.M., . thence South 89°38' West 10659 feet, (parallel with subdivision line) thence North 6°15' East, 519.6 feet; thence East along the North boundary of said Section 6,1011.4 feet to the 1/4 section corner for said Section 6; thence South along the center line of said Section t;, 515.1 feet, more or less, to the point of beginning. AND Beginning at point 180.5 feet North of the Northeast corner of the Southeast 114 of the Northwest 1/4 of Section 6; Township 12 North, Range 38,.E.W.M.; thence North 89°38' East. (parallel with subdivision le) 253.1 feet; thence North 28°39' West,132 feet; thence North 51°37' West 130 feet; thence South 89°38' West 87 feet; thence South along the center line of said Section 6,.191 feet, more or less, to the point of heg ,m; -kg. - AND Situated in Yakima County, Washington DOC. INDEX 'That part of Goxerameat Lo: 2 az Section. 6, Towasbip .12 North, isange 18, E.W,M. deseribe3 as follow &eginning at the Northwest corner of said Lot 2; thence South O 00' East aioug the West rum thereof 317.22 feet to the true point thence Srrtia 89°02'20" Eat 134.88 feet; thence South 1°02'0O" West 43.75 feet thence North n.53 a33'00n West 58.28 feet; thence North 6047'00" Wet 39.00 fems :heave South 89'58'29" West 50.43 frA thence North VOW East 2.64 feet to the true posh beginning zxapiTNG from all of the above the foiowiag d&ribed tracts 1 and 2. TRACT 1: if begianing; RECEIVED APR 3 0 2012 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. The North 215.30 feet of the East 318.00 feet of Govcrnnt Lot 3, (the Northeast 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4) Seciiah 6, Township 12 North, Rang& 18 E.W.M., EXCEPT right of way for road on the North TRACT A 2: That part of Government Lot 3 of Section 6, Township 12 North, Range 18, L.WJtf., described as follows; Beginning at the Northeast corner of said Lot 3; thence South 0°00' East along the East line thereof 215.30 fort to the true point of beginning thence continuing South 0°00' East 101.92 fee thence North 87•02`10" West 13.90 feet; thence North 0`22'3O" Last 101.22 feet thence Smith 89°56'39" East 12.33 feet to the true point -of begioobsg. Situated in Yakima County, Washington DOC. INDEX # :—I APR 3 0 2012 CITY OF YAKIMA Supplemental Application For 'knit% Env. COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT YAKIMA MUNICIPAL CODE, CHAPTER 16.10 ADMINISTRATION OF DEVELOPMENT PERMIT REGULATIONS PART trgAIPPUCATION ' 1. TYPE OF APPLICATION: OCompre.hensive Plan Text Amendment (Future Land Use Map Amendment 2. EXISTING ZONING OF SUBJECT PROPERTY: 0 SR KR -1 OR -2 OR -3 DB -1 DB -2 Di.113 0 SCC 0 LCC 0 CBD 0 GC 0 AS 0 RD DM -1 DM -2 3. DESIRED ZONING OF SUBJECT PROPERTY: SR R-1 R-2 XR-3 B-1 El B-2 11B SCC DLcC OCBD DGC DAs 0 RD DM -1 OM -2 4. EXISTING FUTURE LAND USE DESIGNATION: Low Density Residential 0 Medium Density Residential alEgh Density Residential 0 Professional Office 0 Neighborhood Commercial 0 Large Convenience Center El Arterial Commercial JJ CBD Core Commercial 0 Regional Commercial 0 Industrial 5. DESIRED FUTURE LAND USE DESIGNATION: Ei Law Density Residential 0 Media* Density Residential pit High Density Residential 0 Professional Office 0 Neighborhood Commercial 13 Large Convenience Center El Arterial Commercial 0am Core Commercial 0 Regional Commercial 0 Industrial 6. PUBLIC FACIUTIES AND SERVICES AVAILABLE: ansportationVRigtits-Of-Way tirPolice And Fire Protection i'Parks And Trails .gfSchools Water tgi Sewer El storm Drainage gEleoricity 0 Natural Gas Tel Cable TV PART 111- REQUIRED-ATTACMN 7. MAPS: Maps of the subject property indicating roads, any area designated as critical areas, the future land use designation of adjacent properties, and current & proposed future land use designations. Maps are to be provided in both an 8-1/2" by 11" and 11" by 17" format and to a standard engineering scale (e.g. 1:20). 8. SUBMITTAL FOR POLICY/REGULATORY AMENDMENTS: Identification of the proposed amendment indicating the section and paragraph location the current Comprehensive Plan provision sought to be changed, if any, and including, for text amendments, the specific text sought to be added or amended. (attach) 9. WRTITEN NARRATIVE (required. see attached): (stating the reasons for the request for the amendment and explaining how the proposed amendment meets the criteria in YMC § 16.10.040) 10. TRAFFIC CONCURRENCY (limy be required): 11. ENVIRONMENTAL CHECKLIST (required): 12. SITE PLAN: 13. AUTHORIZATION: I hereby authorize the submittal of this Comprehensive Plan Amendment Application to the City of Yakima for review. -/g Date Note: if you have questions about this process, please contact us City of Yakima, Planning Division, 129 N. 2nd St, Yakima, WA or 509-575-6183 Revised 02-11 DOC. INDEX # E- I Supplemental Application For. COMPREHENSIVE HENSIVE PLAN AMENDAVT YAKIMA MUNICIPAL CODE C RAFTER 16.10 k#EIVED APR 302012 IV - NARRATIVE - ....• :'Ty ©F. Y,� 11&f p • A. Does your proposal address circumstances that have changed since the last time the relevant 1 ve plan map or text was considered? If so, how? SeE A' Ce1eD ta,L 4T11 Ns1�t��+-7vi'" 1 z- 4e-.99"5ETD At"" Qq 3C -z.. OWES -7100J 'o,1. PART B. Does your proposal °better implement applicable comprehensive plan policies than the current relevant comprehensive plan map or text? If so, how? C. Does your proposal correct an obvious mapping error? If so, what is the error? D. Does your proposal address an identified deficiency in the Comprehensive Plan? If so, what is the deficiency? E. Is the proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendment coordinated with, and take into consideration, the comprehensive plans adopted by Yakima County or cities with which the City of Yakima has, in part, common borders or related regional issues as may be required by RCW 36.70A. 100? If so, how? F. Is the proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendment consistent with the Growth Management Act (GMA), RCW Ch. 36.70A, and the Yakima County -Wide Planning Policy (CWPP)? If so, how? G. Have the cumulative impacts of all comprehensive plan amendments been considered in the evaluation of the proposed amendment? If so, how? H. For Future Land Use Map changes, please provide descriptive information regarding the property, including the status of existing land use, access to sewer and water, as well as the availability of public facilities such as schools, fire and police services. Note: if you have any questions about this process, please contact us City of Yakima, Planning Division, 129 N. 2nd Si,. Yakima, WA or 509-575-6183 Revised 02-11 DOC„ INDEX • # E-1 PART IV - COMPREHENSIVE PLAN NARRATIVE A. Does your proposal address circumstances that have changed since the last time the relevant comprehensive plan or text was considered? If so, how? Yes, this proposal addresses circumstances which have changed since the original comprehensive plan was adopted and the most relevant comprehensive plan update. Since the time of the original and updated comprehensive plan adoption, the West Valley Neighborhood Plan has been adopted. A review of that Plan indicates that a majority of the area within the West Valley Area will be designated Low-density Residential by the Plan. A review of the Future Land Use Map within the Plan indicates that is exactly what has happened. Because of this, there is a shortage of "developable" High-density Residentially zoned property in the West Valley Area. In this instance, the intended use of the property is a campus for a retirement community, which will include housing, nursing care and assisted living. A review of the West Valley Area, both inside and outside the City Limits of Yakima, indicate that most of the High-density Residential areas are completely built -out or too small to establish a campus. Additionally, the number of parcels with a High-density Residential land use designation is low and owned by just a few landowners. Based on this lack of available property and the need to provide housing and health care for senior citizens in this community, there is a deficiency in the plan which is addressed by this application. B. Does your proposal better implement applicable comprehensive plan policies than the current relevant comprehensive plan map or text? If so, how? Yes, this proposal better implements applicable comprehensive plan policies than the current relevant comprehensive plan map because the change will permit the opportunity to construct a single senior housing and care facility campus at one large location. The proposal better implements the applicable plan policies because it meets the following goal and policy: Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan Goal 5.6 — Ensure an adequate supply of affordable housing for persons with special needs. Policy 5.6.1— Support development of new units and the operation of existing units for housing persons with special needs. RECEIVED DOC. APR 3 0 2012 # ` CITY OF YAKIMA # PLANNING DIV. 3 West Valley Neighborhood Plan APS 0���12 Goal 2.2 --Provide a variety of housing, retail and commercial centered on kir Y OF YAKm4A intersections, in a pattern that encourages walking and bicycling. NN1t40 d4v. Policy 2.2.5 —Encourage medium or high density residential in areas adjacent to and between commercial or retail zoned property along major arterials and collectors. C. Does your proposal correct an obvious mapping error? If so, how? No, it does not appear that an obvious mapping error occurred. This is a voluntary request on behalf of the property owner to establish a new use on the property based on a need for a High-density Residential designation and a parcel which is large enough to accommodate the proposed use. D. Does your proposal address an identified deficiency in the Comprehensive Plan? If so, what is the deficiency? This proposal does involve an identified deficiency in the comprehensive plan. The deficiency deals with the fact that there is a need for large parcels of property to accommodate intended uses. Additionally, there is a lack of High-density Residential designated property in the area known as West Valley. The deficiency comes when a developer seeks a site on which to locate a business and there is no appropriately designated and/or zoned property for that use. This request fulfills that deficiency by providing a large area with a High-density Residential designation and adequate land area for future growth. E. Is the proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendment coordinated with, and take into consideration, the comprehensive plans adopted by Yakima County or cities with which the City of Yakima has, in part, common borders or related regional issues as may be required by RCW 36.70A.100? If so, how? Yes, this proposal is consistent with RCW 36.70A.100. This application is part of the annual comprehensive plan update for the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan. The City of Yakima coordinates this update with Yakima County for consistency between the jurisdictions. DOC. IINDEX F. Is the proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendment consistent with the Growth Management Act (GMA), RCW Ch.36.70A, and the Yakima County -wide Planning Policy (CWPP)? If so, how? Yes, this proposal is consistent with the Growth Management Act and the Yakima County -wide Planning Policy because the proposal directs urban growth to an existing urban area (within City Limits first) and encourages infill in an area where all urban level services and facilities are currently provided. The proposal reduces sprawl and is served with an adequate transportation system. This proposal also encourages affordable housing to all economic segments of the population and promotes a variety of residential housing types. G. Have the cumulative impacts of all comprehensive plan amendments been considered in the evaluation of the proposed amendment? If so, how? The cumulative impacts of all comprehensive plan amendments are determined by the jurisdiction processing the proposed amendment. In this situation, the impact will result in a shift away from low-density residential housing to high-density residential housing. This is a good impact from the perspective of the comprehensive plan which encourages infill projects within City Limits to reduce sprawl and best use existing services and facilities available. H. For Future Land Use Map changes, please provide descriptive information regarding the property, including the status of existing land use, access to sewer and water, as well as the availability of public facilities such as schools, fire and police services. The subject property consists of five parcels totaling approximately 21 acres. The site contains 4 single-family residences, pasture and orchard. All urban services and facilities are available to the property, or can easily be extended to the property, as needed. The property lies within the West Valley School District and is served with police and fire protection by the City of Yakima. RECEIVED APR 3 4 2012 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. DOC. INDEX Supplemental Application For: REZONES YAKIMA MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 15.23 RECEIVED APR 3 0 2312 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. PART Tr; APPLicAnos INFORMATION*: • :* ' • • 1. EXISTING ZONING OF SUBJECT PROPERTY: SR ta6R-1 DR -2 DR -3 0 B -I 0 8-2 0 BB 0 SCC 0 LCC 0 CBD DGc 0 AS 0 RD DM -1 DM -2 2. DESIRED ZONING OF SUBJECT PROPERTY: CDR DR -1 0 R-2 1KR-3 0s-1 08-2 0 HB 0 SCC 0 LCC 0 CBD Doc 0 AS 0 RD DM -1 DM -2 3. ZONING OF ADJOINING PROPERTY (check all that apply): SR IKR-1 OR -2 DR -3 0 B-1 10-2 011B Dscc 0 LCC 0 CBD 0 GC 0 AS DRD DM -1 M-2 4. EXISTING FUTURE LAND USE DESIGNATION. kLow Density Residauial 0 Medium Density Residential 0 Neighborhood Commercial 0 Large Convenience Center 0 Regional Commercial 0 Industrial 5. PROPOSED FUTURE LAND USE DESIGNATION: Is there a proposed change to the Future Land Use Map? If so what is the proposed future land use designation? 0 Low Density Residential 0 Medium Density Residential D Neighborhood Commercial 0 Large Convenience Cerner o Regional Commercial 0 Industrial 0 High Density Residential 0 Professional Office 0 Arterial Commercial 0 CBD Core Commercial tAlligh Density Residential 0 Professional Office 0 Arterial Commercial 0 CBD Core Commercial 6. PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES AVAILABLE XTransportation 'Rights -Of -Way olice And Fre Protection 'Parks And Trails rSchools cirWater Of Sewer 0 Storm Drainage rElectricity 0 Natural Gas lErTelepbone rCable TV rART REQUIRED ATTACHMENTS7V. g;• :;.:••••-• 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: I hereby authorize the submittal of this Rezone or Text Amendment Application to the City of Yalcima for review. P 11 • '- er required) Note: if you have any questions about this process, please contact us City of Yakima, Planning Division, 129 N. 2nd Si, Yakima, WA or 509-575-6183 • 066sed 02-11 INDEX DOC. Supplemental Application For: :, RECEIVED E., , , REZONES - '— i YAKIMA MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 15.23 .. ..,J APR 3 0 2312 ter%`' . CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. PART IV - NARRATIVE • • _ . L How is the subject property suitable for uses permitted under the proposed zoning? 's.=41mcititeo W2e7Te NAlibt-7w �rs✓L I J,'o.ut,r - 4Le.. cA4ES71oi.at aalui. What is the status of existing land use? • J. How is the rezone request in compliance with and/or how does the request deviate from the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan? K. 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 be implemented to address any short falls in public services that may exist? L. 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.? M. 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 02-11 DOC. RECEIVED PART III - REZONE NARRATIVE APR 3 0 2212 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. I. How is the subject property suitable for uses permitted under the proposed zoning? The property is well suited for all High-density Residential uses permitted under the proposed zoning. The property is relatively flat in the northern area and gently slopes to the south. The property is served with sanitary sewer along its west line. Domestic water is in the immediate area to the east and west and can easily be extended to the site. The property fronts on Occidental Road, an urban arterial, along the north. The property also has frontage along its west line to South 86th Avenue, a collector. A local access roadway, South 85th Avenue enters the property from the west and exists to the north. Because of these attributes, the property is ideal for any use permitted in the Multi -family Residential Zoning District. What is the status of the existing land use? The subject property is currently owned by Wayne Clasen and Apple Land Investments, LLC. Mr. Clasen is also the owner of Apple Land Investments, LLC. The property is under contract for sale to West Valley Nursing Homes, Inc., dba, Living Care Retirement Community, subject to approval of this rezone. It is the intent of Living Care Retirement Community to establish a senior housing and care facility at this location. A conceptual site plan of the facility has been included in this application for reference. The subject property consists of five parcels totaling approximately 21 acres. The site contains 4 single-family residences, pasture and orchard. All urban services and facilities are available to the property, or can easily be extended to the property, as needed. Also under contract to purchase from Mr. Clasen by West Valley Nursing Homes, Inc., are five other parcels of property which abut this proposal on the south. Those five parcels are: 181206-24402, 24404, 24407, 24409 and 13400. These parcels are currently located within Yakima,County and an application with Yakima County would need to be undertaken in order to rezone those properties. J. 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 behind the text of the plan as it deals with the High-density Residential designation: DOC. INDEX # E- Specifically, as defined by the comprehensive plan, this proposal and general area meets the intent of the High-density Residential designation because the designation states: "Multi family residential development may include apartments, condominiums and townhouses, containing 12 or more dwelling units per acre. A limited range of other mixed land uses may be permitted, such as some professional offices and community services." This proposal meets that definition and is further supported by the following goals and policies: Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan Goal 5.6 — Ensure an adequate supply of affordable housing for persons with special needs. Policy 5.6.1 — Support development of new units and the operation of existing units for RECEIVED housing persons with special needs, West Valley Neighborhood Plan APR 3 2012 Goal 2.2 --Provide a variety of housing, retail and commercial centered on key CITY OF YAKIMA intersections, in a pattern that encourages walking and bicycling. PLANNING OIy, Policy 2.2.5 —Encourage medium or high density residential in areas adjacent to and between commercial or retail zoned property along major arterials and collectors. K. 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 the and around the subject property? Yes, there are adequate public facilities to serve this proposal. The subject property lies south of Occidental Road, and east of South 85th Avenue. The street system is adequate for the proposal, subject to necessary improvements that are required during project review, once a development is proposed for the site. The property is served with all other infrastructure including sanitary sewer, electricity, telephone and any other needed utilities. Domestic water is currently off-site but can easily be extended. 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. If any service or facility deficiency exists in the delivery of services, necessary mitigation will take place by the developer to ensure adequate public services DOC. INDEX # -I and facilities are in place at his/her/their expense through land use concurrency requirements. L, 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 directly to the north and west are generally under the ownership of Apple Tree Resort and should remain in open space and other business activities associated with the resort. Those properties to the north and west are also a mixture of Local Business and Single-family Residential zoning. Multi -family Residential is usually considered a buffer zone between commercial zoning and low- density residential zoning. In this instance, the buffer would be created. All other surrounding properties in the general area are zoned Single-family Residential and are located on large lots, thus, giving the surrounding area a rural residential characteristic. Because the intended use of the property is known, it is possible to establish the intended use in a way that will have minimal impact on surrounding neighbors. A review of the conceptual site shows that large property borders are being established to protect the surrounding neighboring uses from any adverse impact that may be established. Additionally, the establishment of a facility like this must undergo additional zoning review. Nursing homes and assisted care centers are required to be reviewed as Class 2 Uses under the current zoning code. Class 2 Review is a process where public notice is mailed to all property owners within 300 feet of the project, once the project is conceived and submitted for approval by the City. During the public notice, a comment period is established for adjoining property owners to submit comments to the City on the compatibility of the project with surrounding uses. This assures that all issues of compatibility are explored and the project is compatible with existing surrounding uses. 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 the rezone request. However, appropriate mitigation is built into the zoning code through regular site plan approval, which would be required as part of any project submitted. It should be noted that further Class 2 Review is required for development of a nursing home and assisted care facility at this site. RECEIVED APR 3 0 2012 CITY OF YAKIMA PLAN ®IV• w. INDEX M. What is the public need for the proposed change? The public need arises from the fact that it is difficult to find appropriately zoned property for large projects within the City of Yakima and its Urban Growth Area. Thus, a demonstrated deficiency of appropriately zoned Multi -family Residential property exists. As the population ages, it is necessary to provide affordable housing, nursing and care facilities for that population. This site affords that possibility. The property is large enough to establish a campus and have all the necessary services for the aging population at one facility. Living Care Retirement Community has been looking for several years for property to establish a new campus and have not been able to find a location. This site meets their needs. In this instance, the proposed rezone will provide an area for a new facility and remain within the City Limits of Yakima. The public expects successful businesses to expand and remain in Yakima. This rezone meets that public need and perspective. RECEIVED APR 3 0 2.012 CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING DIV. DOC. INDEX # E -I Department of Comm' and Economic Development Office of Code Adminit on Receipt Number:FeLyillAIT0847.41... 129 North Second Street, 2nd Floor Yakima, Washington 98901 _ RetelPtfaiitet Oji3-0/2012! F,Nj, .74,4 1piliittipiiscere:Ifittlii-ev ,iiitytN,G1dAREiRpliktriiElifttorytrituNipti-., y, , , r gm afikee):,,, , " YAm o—uht APpliositiok#: '•4 JFee,Descpptioni.- , ;Paid CPA#006-12 18120621001 85TH AV S/OCCIDENT SEPA#018-12 18120621001 85TH AV S/OCCIDENT RZ#006-12 18120621001 85TH AV S/OCCIDENT Comprehensive Plan Amendment SEPA Environmental Review Rezone $500.00 $265.00 $680.00 Total Paid: Tendered Amt: Change Due: CHECK 28210 Total: $ 1,445.00 $1,445.00 $500.00 $265.00 $680.00 $1,445.00 $1,445.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Payrienf istO ry, ,Recelpt1Date; '" trOOkussellp on, tp)*0firc411i1:0jt lkiffee,11, RECEIVED APR 3 0 2012 CITY OF VAKIMA PLANNING 0IV. DOC. INDEX 2012 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENTS Yakima City Council Public Hearing CHAPTER F PUBLIC NOTICES EX)EIIBiTT Y^l4 DOCUMENT (Y w,:rytn'yyi DA TE �rpY+ F-1 Display Ad: 2012 Comprehensive Plan Process Public Notice 01/18/2012 F-2 Press Release, Legal Notice, Website Posting, and YPAC Announcement: 2012''Comprehensive Plan Process Public Notice 01/18/2012 F-3 Press Release and Legal Notice of YPC Public Hearings 07/13/2012 F-4 Agenda Statement: Set Date of City Council Closed Record Public Hearings for 2012 Comprehensive Plan Amendments 09/04/2012 F-5 Letter of Transmittal to City Clerk for Public Hearing (Mailing Labels, Vicinity Map, and Legal Notice E-mail) 09/05/2012 F-6 Notice of City Council Closed Record Public Hearing 09/13/2012 CITY OF YAKIMA NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 2012 Proposed Amendments to the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan, 2025 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Yakima City Council will conduct a Closed Record public hearing to consider the 2012 Comprehensive Plan amendment and concurrent rezone applications. Closed Record Hearing means the public is invited to testify on the existing Yakima Planning Commission's records but will not be allowed to introduce any new information. The Washington State Growth Management Act requires cities and counties to adopt land use regulations that are consistent with and implement their comprehensive plan. For 2012, the City of Yakima received a total of five requests to amend the Future Land Use Map. The Planning Commission is recommending the concurrent rezone requests that would be supported by the requested changes to the Future Land Use Map and recommends approval of four of the five requests to the Future Land Use Map. The Commission has recommended the denial of the request at 1021 S 31st Avenue. The public hearing will be held on Tuesday, October 2, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. or as soon thereafter as possible, in the Council Chambers at Yakima City Hall, 129 North 2"d Street, Yakima, Washington. All interested parties are invited to attend this hearing. The following amendments to the Future Land Use Map are under consideration: Applicant: Washington Fruit and Produce Co. Site Address: Property in the Vicinity of the 1500 block of N 6th Avenue Request: Future Land Use Map change from Regional Commercial to Industrial and zoning changed to M-1, Light Industrial Applicant: Donna Lockhart and Gary Rookstool Site Address 1021 S 31st Avenue Request: Future Land Use Map change from Low -Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial and zoning changed to B-2, Local Business Applicant: West Valley Nursing Homes, Inc. Site Address: Property in the Vicinity of the 300 block of N 40th Avenue Request: Future Land Use Map change from Medium Density Residential to High Density Residential and zoning changed to R-3, Multi -family Residential Applicant: Yakima Venture Capital, LLC Site Address: 714 S 6"' Street Request: Future Land Use Map change from Low Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial and zoning changed to B-2, Local Business Applicant: Wayne Clasen and Apple Land Investments, LLC Site Address: Property in the Vicinity of the 8400 block of Occidental Road Request: Future Land Use Map change from Low Density Residential to High Density Residential and zoning changed to R-3, Multi -Family Residential For further information on these, applications you may contact Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner, at (509) 575-6042. Any citizen wishing to comment on these requests is welcome to attend the 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 ccouncil@ci.yakima.wa.us. Include in the e-mail subject line, "Comp Plan Amendments Hearing." Please also include your name and mailing address. Dated this 12th day of September, 2012 Sonya Clear Tee City Clerk Mailed and E-mailed September 13, 2012 DOC. INDEX # r `/ CITY OF YAKIMA, PLANNING DIVISION LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL I, Rosalinda Ibarra, as, an employee of the City of Yakima, Planning Division, have transmitted to: Sonya Claar-Tee, Yakima City Clerk, by hand delivery, the following documents: 1. Mailing labels for the five applications processed for the 2012 Comprehensive Plan Amendments (CPA#002-12, CPA#003-12, CPA#004-12, CPA#005-12, CPA#006-12). Including all labels for adjoining property owners within 300 feet of subject property, State Agencies Reviewing Comp Plans, SEPA Reviewing Agencies, and all parties of record. 2. One black and white vicinity map for each application. 3. I have also transmitted to Sonya Claar-Tee, Yakima City Clerk, by e-mail, a Legal Notice which was published for the Yakima Planning Commission Public Hearings. This will supply information to be included in the City Clerk's legal notice of the City Council Closed Record Public Hearings. Signed this 5th day of September, 2012 Rosalinda Ibarra Planning Technician Received By: J__62674 Date: DOC. INDEX � -5 18120621401 ' APPLE LAND INVESTMEN' SLC 2605 NELSON R YA 903 18120621005 APPLE LAND INVESTMENTS LLC 2605 NELSON RD YAKIMA, WA 98903 18120621402 APPLE LAND INVESTMENTS LLC 2605 NELSO�ig,l'- YAKI A 98903 18120622009 APPLE TREE PARTNERSHIP 8804 OCCIDENTAL AVE YAKIMA, WA 989039637 17120114013 APPLE TREE PARTN IP 8804 OCCIDE VE YAKIM 989039637 18133143404 APPLE TREE RESORT DEVELOPMENT CO 2550 BORTON RD YAKIMA, WA 98903 18133143403 APPLE TREE RESORT DPMENT CO 2550 BORTO YAKI 98903 18133143405 APPLE TREE RESORT- ,OPMENT CO 2550 BORT YAK 98903 18133144002 BORTON ENTE )rEC 2550 BO YA A, WA 98903 18120613430 CELENE ROD Z 4601 POW OUSE RD #4 YAKI , WA 98908 18120624405 CRAIG A & JULIE PARKER 8415 OAK AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 18120624406 EDWARD A & TRACY OPSAHL 8413 OAK AVE UNION GAP, WA 98903 18120612412 GILBERT E & MICHAEL KNOTTS 321 N 84TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 18120622002 HELEN TYLER PO BOX 8190 YAKIMA, WA 989080190 18133143003 HUBERT GTR HULL 8407 OCCIDENTAL RD YAKIMA, WA 98903 18120613429 JAMES M & WENDY R LONG 2402 S 81ST AVE YAKIMA, WA 98903 18120612402 JAMES P JOHNSON 8210 OCCIDENTAL AVE YAKIMA, WA 989039641 18120624512 JOHN W & JENNIFER L HULL 9705 RIDGEWAY RD YAKIMA, WA 98903 18120624513 JOHN W & JE L HULL 9705 RID ,:r. �• Y RD YA ,:,,, , WA 98903 18120612404 LESLIE P HEIMGARTNER PO BOX 8173 YAKIMA, WA 989080173 18120612405 LESLIE P HEIM ER PO BOX YA , WA 989080173 18120613422 MARLENE VESEK 2403 S 81ST AVE YAKIMA, WA 989039410 18120624511 MICHAEL A & TONYA WETCH 2401 S 86TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98903 18120613401 TALBERT TAYLOR 2410 S 83RD AVE UNION GAP, WA 989039481 18120613403 TALBERT TAYLOR 2410S83RD YAKI A 98903 18120624410 TALBERT & SHIRL iYLOR 2410S83RD UNI , WA 989039481 18120624508 TALBERT WIL .IYLOR 24105 VE A, WA 98903 18120624507 TALBERT WIL_," TAYLOR 2410 S 83 ' ' '= E YAKI,<•, WA 98903 18120621007 WAYNE T CLASEN 1720 W AHTANUM RD UNION GAP, WA 989031800 18120621001 WAYNE T CLASS 1720 W RD UNI GAP, WA 989031800 • 18120624402 WAYN N 1720 AHTANUM RD UNION GAP, WA 989031800 0 18120624404 INDEX WAYNF SENWAYNE 1 AHTANUM RD 'P.e ------1720 18120624407 T TANUM UNION GAP, WA 989031800 RD UNION GAP, WA 989031800 16120624409 ^ WAYNE T CLASEN 1720 W A RD UN AP, WA 989031800 18120613400 WAYNE T CLASEN 1720 W AHT UNI e , WA 989031800 18120624400 WILLIAM M & ROBIN STEWART 2407 S 86TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 989039490 36 Total Parcels - Apple Land Investments LLC / Wayne Clasen - CPA#006-12, RZ#006-12, SEPA#018-12 Bill Hordan Planning Services 410 North 2nd Street YAKIMA, WA 98901 Paula Youngstrom 8818 Braebum Loop YAKIMA, WA 98903 Leslie Hopper 9101 Honeycrisp Ct YAKIMA, WA 98903 Victor Ratia 2205 South 96th Avenue YAKIMA, WA 98903 Russ Melcher 8838 Braebum Loop YAKIMA, WA 98903 Jim Johnson 8210 Occidental Road Yakima, WA 98903 Chuck Johnson 177 Katie Lane Selah, WA 98942 Cal Groenenberg 5404 Mt. Aix Way Yakima, WA 98901 (ApAA@ooLo- � ApP le. Lcut.d ay � G une rt ONDEX cr.d 1u Cthe (arc 141.11 Are V Scale - 1:8000 1 Mind" Ab r Are File Number: Applicant: Request: Location: Parcel Numberls): City of Yakima, Washington CPA#006-12, RZ#006-12, SEPA#018-12 Bill Hordan Planning Services Owner: Apple Land Investments/Wayne Clasen Change the Future Land Use map designation for five parcels from Low Density Residential to High Density Residential and rezone from (R-1) to (R-3) to develop a retirement community campus. 8400 block of Occidental Road 18120621001,18120621005,18120621007,18120621401,18120621402 s Subject Area Site Property Notification Area NOTIFICATION OF LAND USE APPLICATION DOC. INDEX 1 of 2 5/7/2012 4:32 PI 19131943509 ASN MERCADO LATINO LLCA 36 EAGLE CREST DR UNION GAP, WA 98903 19131943510 ASN MERC INO LLCA 36 EAG REST DR UNION GAP, WA 98903 19131943520 CITIMORTGAGE INC 1000 TECHNOLOGY DR., MS 314 O'FALLON, MO 633682240 19131943507 YAKIMA VENTURE CAPITAL LLC PO BOX 2022 YAKIMA, WA 989072022 19131943508 YAKIMA VEN CAPITAL LLC PO BOX YAKI , WA 989072022 19131944403 ALEXANDER G & MARIA AMAYA 802 S 7TH ST YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943554 ANDREW D. PLEASANT 805 S 6TH ST YAKIMA, WA 989013312 19131943555 ANDREW DENNY PLEASANT JR 715 S 32ND AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 19131943521 ANTONIO & ELISA D CHAVEZ 804 S 6TH ST YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131944401 CECILIA A MARTINEZ PO BOX 33432 SEATTLE, WA 981330432 19131943539 DEL MATTHEWS 903 W FREMONT AVE SELAH, WA 989421213 19131943460 DONALD L & MARGARET E WEISS 708 S NACHES YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943505 DONNIE M & WILLA D POWELL 906 S 36TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 19131943512 EDGAR HERNANDEZ 1526 GARFIELD AVE YAKIMA, WA 989022509 19131943469 ENRIQUE & ESTREBERTH NAVARRO 802 S NACHES AVE YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131944402 ERICA M MORA 728 S 7TH ST YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943503 ESIQUIO & AMPARO SANDOVAL 706 S 6TH ST YAKIMA, WA 989013311 19131943458 ESTHER HUIZAR 704 S NACHES AVE YAKIMA, WA 989013244 19131944561 GREGORIO V & PLACIDA GONZALEZ PO BOX 1105 WAPATO, WA 989511105 19131943514 GRIESELDA OLBERA 709 S NACHES AVE YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943518 HELEN WYATT 703 S NACHES AVE YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943506 HUMBERTO PEREZ 1024 FAIR AVE YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943459 ISABEL DIAZ 706 S NACHES AVE YAKIMA, WA 989013244 19131944560 JAMES G & NELVA GONZALEZ PO BOX 1105 WAPATO, WA 989511105 19131943543 JEAN STOTTS 709 S 6TH ST YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131944505 JESUS & CLEMINTINA G MAGANA 716 S 7TH ST YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943461 JIM & SANDRA MARQUEZ 214 EAST S ST YAKIMA, WA 989011841 19131943462 JORGE L & ANA LUNA 714 S NACHES AVE YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943457 JORGE ZAPIEN & GLORIA ELENA PONCE 702 S NACHES AVE YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943511 JOSE C & ROSEMARY NUNEZ 10222 MIERAS RD YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943561 JUVENAL R & ROSA VALDOVINOS 108 DARLAND AVE MOXEE, WA 98936 19131943519 `PDE1 LAWRENCE E ANDERS 5 1609 S 27TH AVE # YAKIMA, WA 98902 19131943536 MACEDONIO &ESPERANZA DOMINGUE7_ 801 S NACHES AVE YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131944564 MARIA FIGUEROA 714 S 7TH ST YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943517 MARIA ROMAN PO BOX 2153 YAKIMA, WA 989072153 19131943535 MARIA OCHOA 504 E ADAMS ST YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943502 MARIA YARABID RODRIGUEZ 701 S 6TH ST YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943522 MARTHA GALLEGOS 1500 W MEAD AVE # 81 YAKIMA, WA 98902 19131943533 MARTHA M & MERLE C TUCKER 805 S NACHES AVE YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943544 NGA VAN NGUYEN 2426 S 132ND ST SEATAC, WA 98168 19131943542 NORRIS M & GERTRUDE GIPSON 711 S 6TH ST YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943538 ORVILLE C & ALICE R STONE 703 N 33RD ST YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943537 OTILIO B & MERCEDES HERRERA 721 S 6TH ST YAKIMA, WA 989013310 19131943504 PEDRO S LLAMAS 708 S 6TH ST YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943545 REFUGIO MARTINEZ JR 1124 ROCK AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 19131944554 ROCKY SIERRA 1803 S PALOUSE ST KENNEWICK, WA 99337 19131943513 ROQUE SILVA MORENO 903 S 10TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 19131943541 SAMUEL LYNN GIPSON 713 S 6TH ST YAKIMA. WA 98901 19131943534 SARA RENTZ 803 S NACHES AVE YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943540 TORSTEN J & GLADYS KIDDOO 715 S 6TH ST YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943422 VICTOR M & KARLA ABUNDIZ 801 S 6TH ST YAKIMA, WA 98901 19131943501 WANETA W REYNOLDS 702 S 6TH ST YAKIMA, WA 989013311 52 Total Parcels - Yakima Venture Capital LLC - CPA#005-12, RZ#005-12, SEPA#017-12 Bill Hordan Planning Services 410 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 GP t1/4,-A-oo 5-I� 9c0,6..a \ithkAA,e_ ca.pa30._ n-tc. #ext:r-u\:5 DOC. INDEX #__ 5 404 701 703 705 707 709 eo1 803 804 806 805 808 809 810 811 1613 814 81 408 Scale • f:2000 2 ' 704 706 fur 710 714 802 406 era • 703 705 707 709 711 713 715 801 504 80? 605 807 609 811 813 815 704 706 708 710 712 5u8 804 806 808 810 812 sj1 (i1 05 (,tc 615 094: 602 703 705 707 709 711 713 715 717 719 721 GOB 704 706 708 710 712 714 716 720 722 724 726 728 8 806 807 808 810 811 812 813 814 816 816 70 710 703 705 707 709 711 713 719 721 723 725 727 712 1 72 7 709 7 7 705 801 803 r-_ �I t 6 605 8i 807 8i 809 8 811 81 81! 811 8 up7 1 City of Yakima, Washington File Number: CPA#005-12, RZ#005-12, SEPA#017-12 Bill Hordan Planning Services Owner: Yakima Venture Capital LLC Request: Change the Future Land Use map designation for one parcel from Low Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial and rezone from Single -Family Residential (R-1) to Local Business (B-2). Location: 714 South 6th Street Parcel Number(s): 19131943507 Applicant: Subject Area Site Property Notification Area NOTIFICATION OF LAND USE APPLICATION DOC. INDEX # F5 1 oft 5/7/2012 3:22 Pr% 18132212021 ARMSTRONG RENTALS LLC 81 KODA DR SELAH, WA 989429624 18132212022 ARMSTRO TALS LLC 81 K SE H, WA 989429624 18132213020 BUTCHART GARDEN COOP 3802 SUNRISE PARK DR YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132224503 COURTNEY P & LOTUS J ROCKWELL TRUST 7136 SE STARK ST PORTLAND, OR 972152= 53 18132224499 SERNA FAMILY TRUST 306 N 40TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 18132213025 WEST VALLEY NURSING HOME 3801 SUMMITVIEW VE YAKI 2 18132213073 WEST VALLEY NURSING HOME 3801 SUMMITVIEW AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132213071 WEST VALLEY N G HOME 3801 SUM AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132213480 WEST VALLEY NURSING HOMES 3801 SUM iifoiiii'AVE YAKIMAA 98902 18132213482 WEST VALL RSING HOMES 3801 SU VIEW AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132213481 WEST VALLEY ING HOMES 3801 SUMM W AVE YAKI , A 98902 18132212024 WILSON REAL ESTATE LLC 541 POMONA HEIGHTS RD YAKIMA, WA 989019352 18132213023 AL LANDIS 3812 EASTIVEW DR YAKIMA, WA 98908 18132224494 ALFREDO JOSE ESPINOSA 316 N 40TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 18132224523 BILLY R & JANICE N PRICHARD 6608 CHERRY RIDGE CT YAKIMA, WA 98908 18132224522 BILLY R & JANICE N PRICHARD 6608 CHERRY RIDGE YAKIMA, 18132212020 BYRON J & LAURIE J ARMSTRONG 81 KODA DR SELAH, WBA 18132212023 CHARLES E. STANFIELD 3913 W LINCOLN AVE YAKIMA, WA 989022211 18132221422 CHING KWAN LAM & YONG TONG WEN 610 S 45TH AVE #B YAKIMA, WA 98908 18132224493 DAVID T ETAL MC CARTNEY 4505 UPLAND WAY YAKIMA, WA 989082870 18132224501 DEREK SUTTON 7903 ENGLEWOOD CR DR YAKIMA, WA 98908 18132224500 DEREK SUIT 7903 E OOD CR DR YA A. WA 98908 18132213417 DORENE K CHURCH 3806 MAVIS AVE YAKIMA, WA 989022249 18132224496 ELLEN J SAGAR 312 N 40TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 18132221419 FRANK J JR & MARY H VARGAS 21919 NE 156TH ST WOODINVILLE, WA 98077 18132213022 FREDERICK SHAWN VAN HOOSE 8912 229TH PLACE SW EDMONDS, WA 98026 18132213016 GORDON & LETA GIBSON 3809 EASTVIEW DR n YAKIMA, WA 98902 1G 18132212447 GWENDOLINE E BRADLEY TRUSTEE 39TH AVE308 YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132224498 J KELLEY & DEBRA MARTINJAMES N 40TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 18132221420 1405 S 3 DAVE v/4744'. TIPTON IiI�402N YA A, WA 98902 18132221421 JAMES L IDE 610 BALLARD RD ZILLAH, WA 98953 18132224497 DOC. JOSE LOPEZ JR INDEX 310 N 40TH AVE # YAKIMA, WA 98908 18132224470 JOSE A & CELENIE CARDENAS MENDEZ 4008 AVALANCHE AVE YAKIMA, WA 989082913 115131113018 LANAH CASEBOLT 3800 SUNRISE PARK DR YAKIMA, WA 989022260 18132213414 LAWRENCE REILLY 3807 MAVIS AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132213458 LINDA BROWN 314 N 38TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132224495 LLOYD I & CARRIE LARSON 314 N 40TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 18132224451 LOUIS WESSEL 4004 AVALANCHE AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 18132224507 MAX W VON ZIMMERMANN 107 S 10TH ST SELAH, WA 98942 18132213021 MERYL HILL 3902 SUNRISE PARK DR YAKIMA, WA 989022262 18132213019 MICHAEL & DONNA SMITH 3802 SUNRISE PARK DR YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132221418 RALPH & DOROTHY E WOLF 4006 RICHEY RD YAKIMA, WA 989082660 18132213024 RICHARD RAY PURCELL 3912 SUNRISE PARK DR YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132224509 RICHARD W & LILLIAN HAMLIN 4010 W LINCOLN AVE YAKIMA, WA 98908 18132224502 RICK L & LINDA K KING 2002 NILE RD NACHES, WA 989379450 18132224508 ROGER W & DEBORAH F MEYER 2610 BARGE ST YAKIMA, WA 989022821 18132213457 VELMA E HUIBREGTSE 312 N 38TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 47 Total Parcels - West Valley Nursing Homes, Inc - CPA#004-12, RZ#004-12, SEPA#016- 12 Bill Hordan Planning Services 410 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 ePA-f oo44 w.ia,1- Nu.vsi110„&e3 lo'aa-'ra DOC. INDEX r... �.�.� ..7 un.)uni1ua2`',1Ji Ni iuu VIdp.1111111 : VIl'Iliity--iri DOC. INDEX # F-5 1 oft 5/7/2012 10:45 Al Fid„, Rd . 1 1 r. 1 %hi . .I E l COJr Ll , . , ... ,„ ,. , pp”, , Scale • 1:4000 1 . City of Yakima, Washington File Number: CPA#004-12, RZ#004-12, SEPA#016-12 Subject Area Site Applicant: Bill Hordan Owner: West Valley Nursing Homes, Inc. Property Notification Area Request: Change the Future Land Use map designation for three parcels from Medium Density Residential to High Density Residential and rezone from Two -Family Residential (R-2) to Multi -Family Residential (R-3). Location: 300 block of North 40th Avenue Parcel Number)s): 18132213071,18132213073,18132213025 NOTIFICATION OF LAND USE APPLICATION DOC. INDEX # F-5 1 oft 5/7/2012 10:45 Al 1813263201i BANNER BANK ACCTS PAYABLE PO BOX 907 WALLA WALLA, WA 993620265 18132632039 DMF INVESTMENTS INC 401 W WASHINGTON AVE YAKIMA, WA 989031439 18132632004 DMF INVESTMENT 401 W W N AVE YA , WA 989031439 18132623488 AILEEN SIRRS 3813 FOXTAIL CT SE OLYMPIA, WA 98501 18132623012 BETTY R. BAKKER 2905 W NOB HILL BLVD YAKIMA, WA 989024954 18132632008 BRIAN K TOULOUSE 1108 S 30TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 989024906 18132623493 BUTCH BURNS 1015 S 31ST AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132623500 CHESTER A & AMY 8 STEPHENS 7503 W NOB HILL BLVD YAKIMA, WA 989081931 18132623512 FELICIANO ESCAMILLA 1008 S 30TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132623509 FLORINE GORDY 1007 S 31ST AVE YAKIMA, WA 989024017 18132623491 GARY ROOKSTOOL 1021 S 3 I ST AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132623485 HEIDI ANDERSON 1023 S 32ND AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132623510 J MICHAEL & JEAN E SCHEID 1009S3ISTAVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132632021 JEFFERY C & KRISTY L BROWN 1104S31STAVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132632006 JOHN M MOORE 1401 PERRY LOOP#2 YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132632007 JOHN M MO 1401 P LOOP # 2 Y A, WA 98902 18132623490 'CRYSTAL L ACEVEDO 1020 S 31ST AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132623511 LANDI MARQUIS PO BOX 10945 YAKIMA, WA 98909 18132623486 LEOPOLDO LUA 1017 S 32ND AVE YAKIMA, WA 989024025 18132632018 LISA E CARNER PO BOX 11184 YAKIMA, WA 98909 18132623501 LORRAINE FORD 1010 S 31ST AVE YAKIMA, WA 989024018 18132623499 MARI LYNN BLANSHAN PO BOX 2384 YAKIMA, WA 989072384 18132623010 MICHAEL & TRACIE DURALL 1481 BLAINE RD ZILLAH, WA 98953 18132623011 MICHAEL J & T RALL 1481 BL ZIL , WA 98953 18132632012 OSCAR L & MARIA R GARZA 1101 S 31ST AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132632010 PHILLIP & FRANCISCA ESPINOSA 1518 SUNCREST WAY YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132632040 ROBERT C SR & DONNA MANSFIELD 3106 W NOB HILL BLVD YAKIMA, WA 989024957 18132632014 ROBERT C SR & A MANSFIELD 3106 W NO BLVD YAKIMA, A 989024957 18132632015 ROBERT C SR & D NSFIELD 3106 WN BLVD YA A 989024957^M 18132623009 ROGER & LIZABETH GUZMAN 1419 S 29TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132632041 T. V. MANSFIELD 3106 W NOB HILL BLVD YAKIMA, WA 989024957 INDEX 18132623487 im �.5 TERENCE F ET AL CHAMPO 18132623492 SOMAS E BROWN 1019 S 31ST AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 1014 S 3 I ST AVE YAKIMA, WA 989024018 18132632013 TIMOTHY & THERESA FISHER 1103 S 31ST AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18132623489 YVONNE N ALLEN 1018S3ISTAVE YAKIMA, WA 989024018 35 Total Parcels - Donna Lockhart and Gary Rookstool - CPA#003-12, RZ#003-12, SEPA#015-12 Bill Hordan 410 N 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 Donna Lockhart Gary Rookstool 4209 Thorp Road Moxee, WA 98936 Cp 003 -t - ,i Roo K -s fao 1 If\kt C o +x ilea,Y Lr‘3 to1ait'a- DOC• INDEX 5 Thomas Brown 1019 S 31st Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Yvonne Allen 1018 S 31st Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Marcus Sirrs 1016 5 31st Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Wendy Warren 1014 S 31st Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Will Savage 1012 S 31st Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Mike Scheid 1009 S 31st Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Alice Kelley 1005 S 31st Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Norma Smoke 1001 S 31st Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Javier Lopez 3102 Bonnie Doon Yakima, WA 98902 Daisy Velasco 1006 S 31st Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Butch Burns 1015 S 31st Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Steve & Lorraine Ford 1010 S 31st Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Mike Gordy 1007 5 31st Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Roger Guzman 3005 W Nob Hill Blvd Yakima, WA 98902 Gary Rookstool 4209 Thorp Road Moxee, WA 98936 3204 919 920 1001 1002 100'3 1004 1005 1006 1007 1008 1009 1010 1011 1012 1013 1014f 1016 1016 1018 1020 W N,r. r='r Ft. • 3202 3113 3209 3205 3201 32128 scAti 1:2000 3204 3202 1110 919 vPC 920 3106 ' 3104 3102 1005 1006 _. 1007 1 008 1009 1010 1011 1017 1012 1014 1016 1023 101E 1020 3112 r 3102 1102 1103 I 1104 11I1:! 110G 1107 1108 1109 1110 1111 1112 1V 9Yt 3005 3003 1001 1003 1005 1002 1006 1 007 1009 015 1019 1008 1010 3001 300:, 2911 290? 5zv 2901 1002 tr 2902 1004 1004 1008 2907 c 1006 1008 1011 1010 2903 1012 1014 2903 ( 1016 1 u. l r, . A N ; 2901 3030 1101 1103 3006 1102 1105 1107 1109 1106 0. rs 1112 2906 2904 1110 1107 2902 1109 1111 1114 1113 1116 1115 1114 1111 1115 111f, City of Yakima, Washington File Number: CPA#003-12, RZ#003-12, SEPA#015-12 Bill Hordan Owner: Donna Lockhart & Gary Rookstool Request: Change the Future Land Use map designation for one parcel from Medium Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial and rezone from Single -Family Residential (R-1) to Local Business (B-2). Location: 1021 South 31st Avenue Applicant: Parcel Number(s): 18132623491 11111 Subject Area Site Property Notification Area NOTIFICATION OF LAND USE APPLICATION DOC. INDEX F-5 1 oft 5/4/2012 5: 1 1 PP 18131243001 BURLINGTON NORTHERN RAILROAD PO BOX 961089 FORT WORTH, TX 761610089 18131243001 BURLINGTON N ILROAD PO BOX 9 F RTH, TX 761610089 18131243001 BURLINGTON RAILROAD PO BO FWORTH, TX 761610089 18131243900 BURLINGTON NO ANTA FE RAILWAY PO 1089 F T WORTH, TX 761610089 18131243901 BURLINGTON NORT TA FE RAILWAY CO PO BO 89 F ORTH, TX 761610089 18131321006 CM HOLTZINGER FRUIT CO LLC PO BOX 169 YAKIMA, WA 98907 18131321003 CM HOLTZINGER FRUIT C LC PO BOX 169 YAKIMA 07 18131243033 DEEP SEA MARKET PROPERTIES LLC 20 N 9TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18131231007 WASHINGTON FRUIT & PRODUCE CO PO BOX 1588 YAKIM 9071588 18131231005 WASHINGTON FRUIT & PRODUCE CO PO BOX 1588 YAKIMA, WA 989071588 18131234400 WASHINGTON FRUIT DUCE CO PO BOX 1588 YAKI 989071588 18131234401 WASHINGTON FRUIT ODUCE CO PO BOX 1 , WA 989071588 18131234402 WASHINGTON FRU ODUCE CO PO BOX 1588 YAKI A 989071588 18131234404 WASHINGTON FRUIT E CO PO BOX 15 YAK , A 989071588 18131234403 WASHINGTON FR DUCE CO PO BOX YA A, WA 989071588 18131234405 WASHINGTON F RODUCE CO PO BOX 158 YA , A 989071588 18131234406 WASHINGTON FRUIT & CE CO PO BOX 1588 YA , 989071588 18131321405 WASHING IT & PRODUCE CO 588 YAKIMA, WA 989071588 18131233001 WESTTOWNE LLC 11232 NE 15TH ST # 101 BELLEVUE, WA 98004 18131322001 WESTTOWNE 11232 ST # 101 BELLEVUE, WA 98004 18131231006 YAKIMA GREENWAY FOUNDATION 111 S I8TH ST YAKIMA, WA 989012149 18131231003 YAKIMA GREENWAY ATION I1IS18THST YAKIMA, 89012149 18131232002 YAKIMA GREENWAY F ION 111S18THST YAKI 89012149 18131231003 YAKIMA GREENW DATION 111518 YA , WA 989012149 18131232002 YAKIMA GREENWA DATION 111 S 18TH ST YAKIM 989012149 18131322406 YAKIMA THEATRES INC PO BOX 50 YAKIMA, WA 98907 18131243045 KATHRYN I & KURT D EIMS 6122 BAYVIEW DR MUKILTEO, WA 98275 18131243007 KATHRYN I & KUR S 6122 BAYVI MUK , WA 98275 18131243039 KENNETH W CYR BOX 102 4310 51ST AVE BARRHEAD, AB 0 DOC_ 18131312013 KENNETH BOX 310 51ST AVE B EAD, AB 0 1813124200718131243035 ROBERT 0 ABRAHAMSON 2008 N 1ST ST YAKIMA, WA 989011735 INDEX18131243004 SALVADOR CORNEJO ` r� 6 1413 N 6TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 TERESA R M GRISWOLD 1415 N 6TH AVE YAKIMA, WA 98902 18131243031 WALTER & MINETTE RECORD 280 AMES RD SELAH, WA 98942 34 Total Parcels - Washington Fruit & Produce Co - CPA#002-12, RZ#002-12, SEPA#014- 12 WASHINGTON FRUIT & PRODUCE CO 401 N I st Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Bill Hordan Planning Services 410 N 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 Tommy Hanses 8506 Scenic Drive Yakima, WA 98908 CRA too- D- C,Dt.t.rve.›A 4CfM" l;r9 1otalta DOC. INDEX A Scale • 1:1000 City of Yakima, Washington Humber:CPAk002-12, R71t002-12. SEP.Aa014-12 ia. 1 0 Applicant. BillIIordan Oy\ner: Washington Fruit & Produce Company Recueu: Change the Future Land l se map designation for nine parcels from Regional Commercial to Industrial and reulne nine parcels from Large Convenience (.enter (LCC) to Light industrial (M-1) for future expansion of operations. Location, 1500 block (AN 6th Avenue Panel l 8131231 [105,18131231007,18131234400, 18131234401,181312344112,181312344113,18131234404,18131234405,18131234406 Nunbrllsl: Subject Area Site Property Notification Area NOTIFICATION OF LAND USE APPLICATION 1 of 1 Contact City of Yakima Plammrig Division at 509.575-6183 City of Yakima Geographic Information Services • Fnday. May 01. 1012 Map Disclaimer: Information shown on this map is for ptannmg 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, 01 action not taken by the user in reliance upon any maps or information provided here, DOC. !NM # F- 5 5/4/2012 3:52 P SEPA REVIEWING AGENCIES _updated 03.06.12 - Form List Page 1 of 2 Ahtanum Irrigation District Executive Assistant, Beth Ann Brulotte bethb@ahtanum.net Cascade Natural Gas Field Facilitator, Jim Robinson Jim.robinson(a cngc.com Department of Commerce Growth Management Services reviewteam(acommerce.wa.gov Department of Ecology SEPA Policy Lead, Annie Szvetecz sepaunit(a),ecy.wa.gov Department of Natural Resources Assistant Land Manager, Linda Hazlett Linda.hazlett(iudnr.wa.gov Department of Social & Health Services Andrew Jenkins andrew.jenl ins(wiwdshs.wa.gov Jeanne Rodriguez Jeanne.rodriguezLudshs.wa.gov Dept of Archaeology & Historic Preservation Local Government Archaeologist. Gretchen Kaehler Gretchen.Kaehler@Aahn.wa.gov Dept of Archaeology & Historic Preservation Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer, Greg Griffith Gree.firiffith(h,:dahp.wa.gov Engineering Division City Engineer, Doug Mayo dinavo@ci.yakima.wa.us Nob Hill Water Association Engineering Technician, Jenna Leaverton jemra(a;nobhillwater.org Office of Rural and Farm Worker Housing Marty Miller Martym20),orth.org U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Regulatory Branch Project Manager, Karen Urelius Karen.M.Urelius(a)usace.anmy.mil Wastewater Division Wastewater Manager, Scott Schafer sschafer(a;ci.yakima.wa.us West Valley School District Asst. Supt. Of Business & Operations, Angela Watts wattsa�a!wvsd208.org WSDOT Planning Engineer, Paul Gonseth gonsetp@wsdot.gov WSDOT Development Services, Rick Holmstrom holmstr@wsdot.wa.nov Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Superintendent, Bud Robbins Bud.robbins(cilbia.gov Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Deputy Superintendent for Trust Services, Steve Wangemann Steve.wangemarnMbia.gov Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Environmental Coordinator, Rocco Clark Rocco.clarkmbia.gov Yakama Nation Environmental Management Program Environmental Review Coordinator, Kristina Proszek enviroreview4;yakama.com Yakama-Klickitat Fisheries Project John Marvin imarvin(c4yakama.com Yakima Air Terminal Airport Asst Manager, Carl Remmel Carl.remmelakimaairtenninal.com Yakima County Commissioners Comrnissioners.web@?co.vakima.wa.us Yakima County Public Services Planning Director, Steven Erickson Steven.Erickson@co.yakima.wa.us Yakima County Public Services Public Services Director, Vern Redifer Vern.redifer@co.yakima.wa.us Yakima Greenway Foundation Executive Director, Al Brown al(gyakimagreenway.org DO Yakima Health District Director of Environmental Health. Gordon Kelly tordon.kelly@?co.yakima.wa.us INDEX Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency Engineering & Planning Supervisor, Hasan Tahat hasan(a),yrcaa.org # F- 5 Yakima Valley Conference of1"'�`akima Governments, Planner Shawn Conrad conrads(gwvcorz.org Valley Museum Director, John A. Baule iolm@yakimavalleymuseunr.org Chamber of Commerce 10 North 9th Street Yakima, WA 98901 City of Union Gap P.O. Box 3008 Union Gap, WA 98903 Department of Agriculture Kelly McLain P.O. Box 42560 Olympia, WA 98504 Department of Ecology Gwen Clear 15 West Yakima Ave, Ste# 200 Yakima, WA 98902 Department of Fish & Wildlife Mark Teske 201 North Pearl Ellensburg, WA 98926 Department of Fisheries Eric Bartrand 1701 South 24th Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Environmental Protection Agency 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 Airport Planner Cayla Morgan 1601 Lind Ave SW Renton. WA 98055-4056 Pacific Power Mike Paulson 500 North Keys Rd Yakima, WA 98901 Q -West Tom McAvoy 8 South 2nd Ave, Rtn#304 Yakima, WA 98902 Soil Conservation District Ray Wondercheck 1606 Perry Street, Ste. F Yakima, WA 98902 WA State Attorney General's Office 1433 Lakeside Court, Ste# 102 Yakima, WA 98902 WA State Dept of Health, Office of Drinking Water Christine Collins 16201 E Indiana Ave. Ste# 1500 Spokane Valley. WA 99216 WA State Emergency Mgmt Division Mitigation, Analysis, & Planning Manager Chuck Hagerhjelm Building 20 Camp Murray. WA 98430-5122 WSDOT, Aviation Division John Shambaugh 18204 59th Drive NE, Ste. B Arlington, WA 98223 Yakama Indian Nation Cultural Resources Program Johnson Meninick P.U. Box 151 Toppenish. \VA 98948 Yakama Indian Nation Yakima Tribal Council Ruth Jim P.O. Box 151 Toppenish, WA 98948 Yakima School District Superintendent Elaine Beraza 104 North 4th Ave Yakima, WA 98902 Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council Stephen Posner, SEPA Officer PO Box 43172 Olympia, WA 98504-3172 sposner@utc.wa.gov Page 2 of 2 Type of Notice: File Number: Date o • t� lc ot+S DOC. INDEX # P5 STATE AGENCIES REVIEWING COMP PLANS REVISED June 2008 Jennifer Hayes Dept of Fish & Wildlife P 0 Box 43155 Olympia, WA. 98504-3155 Hugo Flores WA State Dept of Natural Resources GMA/SMA Planning & State Harbor Areas P O Box 47027 Olympia WA. 98504-7027 Bill Wiebe Department of Transportation P.O. Box 47300 Olympia, WA 98504-7370 Review Team CTED Growth Management Services P.O. Box 42525 Olympia, WA 98504-2525 Kelly Cooper Dept of Health / Drinking Water P 0 Box 47820 Olympia, WA. 98504-7820 Elizabeth McNagny Department of Social and Health Services P.O. Box 45848 Olympia. WA 98504-5848 Greg Griffith Department of Archaeology & Historic Preservation P.O. Box 48343 Olympia, WA 98504-8343 Eric Heinitz Department of Corrections P.O. Box41112 Olympia, WA 98504-1112 SEPA/GMA Coordinator Dept. of Ecology POBox47600 Olympia, WA. 98504-7600 Lorinda Anderson Recreation and Conservation Office P.O. Box 40917 Olympia, WA 98504-0917 Bill Koss Parks and Recreation Commission P.O. Box 42650 Olympia, WA 98504-2650 keuqii49 ?op, cove P/4", ii7)444tiottudid8 DOC. INDEX In -House Distribution E-mail List Name Division E-mail Address Dan Ford Engineering dford@ci.yakima.wa.us Jeff Cutter Legal Dept jcutter@ci.yakima.wa.us Archie Matthews ONDS amatthew@ci.yakima.wa.us Brandon Dorenbush Fire Dept bdorenbu@ci.yakima.wa.us Jerry Robertson Code Administration jroberts@ci.yakima.wa.us Royale Schneider Code Administration rschneid@ci.yakima.wa.us Glenn Denman Code Administration gdenman@ci.yakima.wa.us Mike Shane Water/Irrigation mshane@ci.yakima.wa.us Nathan Thompson Code Administration nthompso@ci.yakima.wa.us Kevin Futrell Transit Division kfutrell@ci.yakima.wa.us Dave Brown Water Division dbrown(a,ci.yakima.wa.us Carolyn Belles Wastewater Division cbelles@ci.yakima.wa.us For the Record/File Binder Copy Type of Notice: iN File Number(s): ! CADY p 1 *41,011/14 Date of Mailing. 10142 - DOC. INDEX lbarra, Rosalinda From: Ibarra, Rosalinda Sent: Wednesday, September 05, 2012 2:30 PM To: Clear Tee, Sonya Subject: Example YPC Legal Notice - 2012 Comp Plan Amendments Attachments: 2012 CPA Hearing Notices -Legal Notice.DOC; Council public hearing notice 2011 cpa.pdf Sonya, Attached is the legal notice which was published for the Yakima Planning Commission Public Hearings on the 2012 Comp Plan Amendments. This is an example for you to use for publishing the City Council closed record public hearings which was set on September 4, 2012 for a public hearing on October 2, 2012 (the 2011 notice is also attached as a sample of what was done last year). The mailing labels will be delivered to you shortly. Thanks! RpsaTinek 16arra Planning Technician NEW EMAIL: rosalinda.ibarra@yakimawa.gov City of Yakima 129 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 p: (509) 575-6183 f: (509) 575-6105 1 DOC. INDEX � -5 BUSINESS OF THE CITY COUNCIL YAKIMA, WASHINGTON AGENDA STATEMENT Item No. For Meeting of: September 4, 2012 ITEM TITLE: Set October 2, 2012 as the date for the 2012 Comprehensive Plan Amendment Hearings SUBMITTED BY: Joan Davenport, Acting Director CONTACT PERSON/TELEPHONE: Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner 575-6042 SUMMARY EXPLANATION: Set October 2, 2012 as the date for the public hearings to consider the Planning Commission's recommendations concerning the City of Yakima's 2012 Comprehensive Plan Amendment and Rezone Applications. Resolution Ordinance Contract: Mail to: Contract Term: Amount: Insurance Required? No Funding Source: APPROVED FOR SUBMITTAL: Other (specify) Expiration Date: Phone: City Manager STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Set hearing date for October 2, 2012 BOARD/COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION: None ATTACHMENTS: Click to download No Attachments Available c lbarra, Rosalinda From: lbarra, Rosalinda Sent: Friday, July 13, 2012 9:41 AM To: Bonds, Randy; Brown, Michael; Daily Sun News - Bob Story; El Sol de Yakima - Joseph Trevino; lbarra, Rosalinda; KAPP TV - David Mance; KAPP TV News; KBBO-KRSE Radio - manager; KCJT TV News; KDNA - Gabriel Martinez; KDNA Radio; KEPR TV News; KIMA TV - Jim Niedelman; KIMA TV News; KIT/KATS/DMVW/KFFM - Lance Tormey; KNDO TV - Julie Stern; KNDO TV News; KUNS-TV Univision; KVEW TV News; Lozano, Bonnie; NWCN News; NWPR - Anna King; Tu Decides - Albert Torres; UNIVISION TV - Marta Isabel Sanchez; VIVA - Fernando Aceves; Yakima Herald Republic - Adriana Janovich; Yakima Herald Republic - Chris Bristol; Yakima Herald Republic - Craig Troianello; Yakima Herald Republic - Erin Snelgrove; Yakima Herald Republic - Mai Hoang; Yakima Herald Republic - Mark Morey; Yakima Herald Republic - Scott Mayes; Yakima Herald Republic Newspaper; Yakima Valley Business Journal; Yakima Valley Business Times; Yakima Valley Business Times - George Finch; YPAC - Randy Beehler Subject: 07-13-2012 Press Release: 2012 Comp Plan Amendments YPC Public Hearing Notice Attachments: 2012 CPA Hearing Notices- Press Release. DOC psa&nda Ibarra Planning Technician ribatra@ci.vakima.wa.us City of Yakima 129 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 p: (509) 575-6183 f: (509) 575-6105 1 Legal Notice Notice of Open Record Public Hearings. The following applications have been submitted for consideration during the City of Yakima's 2012 Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map Amendment and Rezone process. Applicant: Washington Fruit and Produce Co. Project Location: Vicinity of the 1500 block of N 6th Avenue Request: CPMA = Nine parcels from Regional Commercial to Industrial. RZ = Nine parcels from LCC, Large Convenience Center to M-1 Light Industrial. Parcel Nos. 181312-31005, 31007, 34400, 34401, 34402, 34403, 34404, 34405, and 34406 File Numbers: CPA#002-12, RZ#002-12, SEPA#014-12. Applicant: Donna Lockhart and Gary Rookstool Project Location: 1021 S 31st Avenue. Request: CPMA = One parcel from Low -Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial. RZ = One parcel from R-1, Single -Family Residential to B-2, Local Business Parcel No. 181326-23491 File Numbers: CPA #003- 12, RZ #003-12 & SEPA #015-12. Applicant: West Valley Nursing Homes, Inc. Project Location: Vicinity of the 300 block of N 40`h Avenue. Request: CPMA = Three parcels from Medium Density Residential to High Density Residential. RZ = Three parcels from R-2, Two-family Residential to R-3, Multi -family Residential. Parcel Nos. 181322-13025, 13071, and 13073 File Numbers: CPA#004-12, RZ#004-12, SEPA#016- 12. Applicant: Yakima Venture Capital, LLC Project Location: 714 S 6th Street Request: CPMA = One parcel from Low Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial. RZ = One parcel from R-1, Single -Family Residential to B-2, Local Business Parcel No. 191319-43507 File Numbers: CPA#005-12, RZ#005-12, SEPA#017-12. Applicant: Wayne Clasen and Apple Land Investments, LLC Project Location: Vicinity of the 8400 block of Occidental Road. Request: CPMA = Five parcels from Low Density Residential to High Density Residential. RZ = Five parcels from R-1, Single -Family Residential to R-3, Multi -Family Residential. Parcel Nos. 181206-21001, 21005, 21007, 21401, and 21402 File Numbers: CPA#006-12, RZ#006- 12, SEPA#018-12. The public hearings before the Yakima City Planning Commission for these 2012 Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map amendments and rezones have been scheduled for Wednesday, August 8, 2012 beginning at 3:30pm in Council Chambers, City Hall, 129 N. 2nd Street, Yakima, WA. Any person desiring to express their views on these applications is invited to attend the public hearings or to submit their written comments to: City of Yakima Planning Division, 2nd Floor City Hall, 129 N. 2nd Street, Yakima, Washington. If you have any questions on these proposals please contact Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner at (509) 575-6042 or e-mail at bbensone,ci.yakima.wa.us Please publish only once on Friday July 13, 2012 Send affidavit of publicadon and invoice to: Account 11002 City of Yakima, Plannine Division 129 North 2rd Street, Yakima, WA 98901 PEBLIC A da ly part of your life yakima-herald.com -Ad Proof - This is the proof of your ad scheduled to run on the dates indicated below. Please proof read notice carefully to check spelling and run dates, if you need to make changes Date: 07/10/12 Account #: 110358 Company Name: CITY OF YAKIMA/YAKIMA PLANNING Contact: ROSALINDA IBARRA Address: DEPT OF COMM/ECON DEVELOPEMENT 129 N 2ND STREET YAKIMA, WA 989012720 Telephone: (509) 575-6164 Account Rep: Phone # Email: Simon Sizer (509) 577-7740 ssizer@yakimaherald.com Ad ID: 213306 Start: 07/13/12 Stop: 07/13/12 Total Cost: 5147.62 Agate Lines: 154 # of Inserts: 1 Ad Class: 6021 Run Dates: Yakima Herald -Republic 07/13/12 DOC. INS # 3 Notice of Open Record Public Hearings. The following applications have been submitted for consideration during the City of Yakima's 2012 Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map Amendment and Rezone process. Applicant: Washington Fruit and Produce Co. Project Location: Vicinity of the 1500 block of N 6th Avenue Request: CPMA = Nine parcels from Regional Commercial to Industrial. RZ = Nine parcels from LCC, Large Convenience Center to M-1 Light Industrial. Parcel Nos. 181312-31005, 31007, 34400, 34401, 34402, 34403, 34404, 34405, and 34406 File Numbers: CPA#002-12, RZ#002-12, SEPA#014- 12. Applicant: Donna Lockhart and Gary Rookstool Project Location: 1021 S 31st Avenue. Request: CPMA = One parcel from Low -Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial. RZ = One parcel from R-1, Single -Family Residential to B-2, Local Business Parcel No. 181326-23491 File Numbers: CPA #003- 12, RZ #003-12 & SEPA #015-12. Applicant: West Valley Nursing Homes, Inc. Project Location: Vicinity of the 300 block of N 40th Avenue. Request: CPMA = Three parcels from Medium Density Residential to High Density; Residential. RZ = Three parcels from R-2, Two-family Residential to R-3, Multi -family Resi- dential. Parcel Nos. 181322-13025, 13071, and 13073 File Numbers: CPA#004-12, RZ#004-12, SEPA#016- 12. Applicant: Yakima Venture Capital, LLC Project Location: 714 S 6th Street Request: CPMA = One parcel from Low Density Residential to Neighborhood Commercial. RZ = One parcel from R-1, Single -Family Residential to B-2, Local Business Parcel No. 191319- 43507 File Numbers: CPA#005-12, RZ#005-12, SEPA#017-12. Applicant: Wayne Clasen and Apple Land Investments, LLC Project Location: Vicinity of the 8400 block of Occidental Road. Request: CPMA = Five parcels from Low Density Residential to High Density Residential. RZ = Five parcels from R-1, Sin- gle -Family Residential to R-3, Multi -Family Residen- tial. Parcel Nos. 181206-21001, 21005, 21007, 21401, and 21402 File Numbers: CPA#006-12, RZ#006-12, SEPA#018-12. The public hearings before the Yakima City Planning Commission for these 2012 Compre- hensive Plan Future Land Use Map amendments and rezones have been scheduled for Wednesday, August 8, 2012 beginning at 3:30pm in Council Chambers, City Hall, 12aN. 2nd Street, Yakima, WA. Any person desiring to express their views on these applications is invited to attend the public hearings or to submit their written comments to: City of Yakima Planning Division, 2nd Floor City Hall, 129 N. 2nd Street, Yakima, Wash- ington. If you have any questions on these proposals please contact Bruce Benson, Supervising Planner at (509) 575-6042 or e-mail at bbenson@ci.yakima. wa.us (213306) July 13, 2012 DOC. INDEX # F_3 Courtesy of Yakima Herald -Republic Ibarra, Rosalinda From: Ibarra, Rosalinda Sent: Wednesday, January 18, 2012 9:40 AM To: Alfred A. Rose (silvrfx40@bmi.net); Benjamin W. Shovel (ben.shoval@shoval.com); Bill Cook; David Huycke (dhuycke@yvcc.edu); Ensey, Rick; Ibarra, Rosalinda; Kunkler, Mark; Richard Hamlin; Ron Anderson (rondedicatedrealty@hotmail.com); Scott Clark; William Cook (cook.w@charter.net) Cc: Allyn, Kaarre; Beehler, Randy; Benson, Bruce; Bill & Linda Beerman; Brown, Michael; Business Times Randy Luvaas (E-mail); Chris Bristol; Chris Linschooten; Chris Wilson; City of Union Gap; CWHBA Joe Walsh (E-mail); Davenport, Joan; Davido, Sean; Dianna Woods; Dirk Bemd - Cobalt Mortgage; Doug Carey; Evodio Reyes; Farmworker Housing Marty Miller (E-mail); Gary Forrest; Jamie Carmody; Jefferson Spencer (Jefferson; Spencer@co.yakima.wa.us); Kathleen Kinkhead; Ken Crockett (E-mail); Ken Harper; Kloster, Debbie; Lozano, Bonnie; McBride, Vaughn; Michael Morales; Mike & Cindy Noble; Mike Shinn; Paul Nagle -McNaughton; Peters, Jeff; Price, Cally; Ralph Call; Regimbal, Tammy; Robert Lockhart; Roy Gondo; Sandy Lloyd; Schafer, Scott; Schneider, David; Steve Erickson; Steve S; Steven Nielsen; Terrence Danysh; Terry Keenhan; Thomas Carroll; Trisha Rogers; Vic & Wilma Koski; Walt Ranta; Willson, Shelley; Adriana Janovich - Yakima Herald; Bonds, Randy; Chris Bristol - YHR; Claudia Moreno - Noticias Locales; Criag Troianello - Yakima Herald Rep.; Erin Snelgrove - Yak. Herald Rep; Gabriel Martinez - KDNA; George Finch - Business Joumal; KIMA TV; KNDO News; KUNS-TV Univision; Lance Tormey; Lou Bartelli; Mai Hoang; Mark Morey; Marta Isabel Sanchez - Univision; NWCN; Randy Beehler - YPAC; Scott Mayes; Yakima Business Journal; Yakima Herald Republic Newspaper Subject: 01-18-2012 Press Release and Website Posting and YPAC Announcement: 2012 CPA Opening Notices Attachments: 2012 CPA OPENING_ Press Release.doc Randy, please post to: http;//www.ci.yakima.wa.us/services/planning/rpcmtg.asp YPAC: Per 16.10.060(3)(b): An announcement must run on YPAC bulletin board not later than 14 days prior to the meeting date, until the date of the meeting; Please use the attached press release to assist in the announcement on YPAC. The announcement should begin no later than January 24, 2012 and end February 8, 2012. Thanks! Rpsa1 nda Marra Planning Technician nbaaa@ci.valc:ma wa.us City of Yakima 129 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 p: (509) 575-6183 (509) 575-6105 DOC Legal Notice CITY OF YAKIMA PUBLIC NOTICE YEAR 2012 YAKIMA URBAN AREA COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AND REGULATORY AMENDMENT PROCESS The City of Yakima Department of Community and Economic Development will begin the 2012 annual amendment process to the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan. Concurrently with this process, requests for the amendment of other land use regulations such as zoning and subdivision ordinances will also be accepted. This year's organizational meeting of the Yakima City Planning Commission, will be held on Wednesday, February 8, 2012, beginning at 3:30 pm in the City Council Chambers located at 129 N 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901. Amendment application forms will be available from the City Planning Division beginning February 9, 2012. The filing deadline is April 30, 2012. Amendments to the Comprehensive Plan's Future Land Use Map require a $500 nonrefundable application fee. Information pertaining to the Comprehensive Plan and land use regulatory amendment process is available from the Department of Community Development, Planning Division, located on the second floor of City Hall, 129 North 2nd Street, Yakima, Washington 98901. For more information, please contact Vaughn McBride, Associate Planner (509) 576-6315. Please publish only once on Wednesday January 18.2012 Send affidavit of publication and invoice to: Account 11002 City of Yakima, Planning Division 129 North 2"d Street, Yakima, WA 98901 DOC. ONDEX Press Release CITY OF YAKIMA PUBLIC NOTICE YEAR 2012 YAKIMA URBAN AREA COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AND REGULATORY AMENDMENT PROCESS The City of Yakima Department of Community and Economic Development will begin the 2012 annual amendment process 'oto the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan. Concurrently with this process, requests for the amendment of other land use regulations such as zoning and subdivision ordinances will also be accepted. This year's organizational meeting of the Yakima City Planning Commission will be held on Wednesday, February 8, 2012, beginning at 3:30 pm in the City Council Chambers located at 129 N 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901. Amendment application forms will be available from the City Planning Division beginning February 9, 2012. The filing deadline is April 29, 2012. Amendments to the Comprehensive Plan's Future Land Use Map require a $500 nonrefundable application fee. Information pertaining to the Comprehensive Plan and land use regulatory amendment process is available from the Department of Community & Economic Development, Planning Division, located on the second floor of City Hall, 129 North 2nd Street, Yakima, Washington 98901. For more information, please contact Vaughn McBride, Associate Planner (509) 576-6315. DOC. INDEX PC3LIC A daily part of your lifeyakima-heratd.com -Ad Proof - This is the proof of your ad scheduled to run on the dates indicated below. Please confirm placement prior to deadline, by contacting your account rep at (509) 577-7740. Date: 01/17/12 Account #: Company Name: PLANNING 110358 CITY OF YAKIMA/YAKIMA Contact: ROSALINDA IBARRA Address: DEPT OF COMM/ECON DEVELOPEMENT 129 N 2ND STREET YAKIMA, WA 989012720 Ad ID: 168683 Start: 01/18/12 Stop: 01/18/12 Total Cost: $83.88 Agate Lines: 85 # of inserts: 2 Ad Class: 6021 Account Rep: Simon Sizer Phone # (509) 577-7740 Email: ssizer@yakimaberald.com yakimaherald.com Run Dates: Yakima Herald -Republic 01/18/12 YakimaHerald.com 01/18/12 Ad Proof CITY OF YAKIMA PUBLIC NOTICE YEAR 2012 YAKIMA URBAN AREA COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AND REGULATORY AMENDMENT PROCESS The City of Yakima Department of Com- munity and Economic Development will begin the 2012 annual amend- ment process to the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan. Concurrently with this process, requests for the amendment of other land use regulations such as zoning and subdivision ordinances will also be accepted. This year's organizational meeting of the Yakima City Plan- ning Commission will be held on Wednesday, February 8, 2012, begin- ning at 3:30 pm in the City Council Cham- bers located at 129 N 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901. Amendment applica- tion forms will be avail- able from the City Plan- ning Division beginning February 9, 2012. The filing deadline is April 30, 2012. Amendments to the Comprehensive Plan's Future Land Use Map require a $500 non- refundable application fee. Information pertain- ing to the Comprehen- sive Plan and land use regulatory amendment process is available from the Department of Community Develop- ment, Planning Division, located on the second floor of City Hall, 129 North 2nd Street, Yakima, Washington 98901. For more information, please contact Vaughn McBride, Associate Planner (509) 576-6315. (168683) January 18, 2012 DOC INDEX # F -a Ibarra, Rosalinda From: Simon Sizer [ssizer@yakimaherald.com] Sent: Tuesday, January 17, 2012 10:32 AM To: Ibarra, Rosalinda Subject: Re: 01-18-2012: Legal Notice and Display Ad - 2012 Comp PlanAmendment Opening Notices The cost of the display ad will be $140.91. I think we will be able to get it in tomorrow but I will let you know for sure a little later today. On 1/13/12 3:52 PM, "Ibarra, Rosalinda" <ribarra@ci.yakima.wa.us> wrote: Please see the attached display ad and legal notice for the opening of the 2012 Comp Plan Amendments. According to the Comp Plan Amendment Ordinance, we need to publish a display ad and a legal notice at least twenty (20) days prior to the Planning Commission Public meeting date, which this year will take place on February 8, 2012. Rpsafsnda 16arra Planning Technician n'barm@ci.vakima wa.us City of Yakima 129 North 2nd Street Yakima, WA 98901 p: (509) 575-6183 f: (509) 575-6105 Simon Sizer Legal & Obituary Clerk Yakima Herald -Republic phone: (509) 577-7740 fax: (509) 577-7766 1 DOC. INS # F-1 DISPLAY AD CITY OF YAKIMA PUBLIC NOTICE YEAR 2012 YAKIMA URBAN AREA COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AND REGULATORY AMENDMENT PROCESS The City of Yakima Department of Community and Economic Development will begin the 2012 annual amendment process lo the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan. Concurrently with this process, requests for the amendment of other land use regulations such as zoning and subdivision ordinances will also be accepted. This year's organizational meeting of the Yakima City Planning Commission" will be held on Wednesday, February 8, 2012, beginning at 3:30 pm in the City Council Chambers located at 129 N 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901. Amendment application forms will be available from the City Planning Division beginning February 9, 2012. The filing deadline is April 30, 2012. Amendments to the Comprehensive Plan's Future Land Use Map require a $500 nonrefundable application fee. Information pertaining to the Comprehensive Plan and land use regulatory amendment process is available from the Department of Community Development, Planning Division, located on the second floor of City Hall, 129 North 2nd Street, Yakima, Washington 98901. For more information, please contact Vaughn McBride, Associate Planner (509) 576-6315. Please publish only once on Wednesday January 18, 2012 in the HOME FRONT SECTION of the Yakima Herald Republic. Send affidavit of publication and invoice to: Account 11002 City of Yakima, Planning Division 129 North 2"d Street, Yakima, WA 98901 DOC. INDEX # F-1 SIMON.PROOF.ROP.BW 03.168669.WED.0118.2x3.5R.SPR CITY OF YAKIMA PUBLIC NOTICE YEAR 2012 YAKIMA URBAN AREA COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AND REGULATORY AMENDMENT PROCESS The City of Yakima Department of Community and Economic Development will begin the 2012 annual amendment process to the Yakima Urban Area Comprehensive Plan. Concurrently with this process, requests for the amendment of other land use regulations such as zoning and subdivision ordinances will also be accepted. This year's organizational meeting of the Yakima City Planning Commission will be held on Wednesday, February 8, 2012, beginning at 3:30 pm in the City Council Chambers located at 129 N 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901. Amendment application forms will be available from the City Planning Division beginning February 9, 2012. The filing deadline is April 30, 2012. Amendments to the Comprehensive Plan's Future Land Use Map require a $500 nonrefundable application fee. Information pertaining to the Comprehensive Plan and land use regulatory amendment process is available from the Department of Community Development, Planning Division, located on the second floor of City Hall, 129 North 2nd Street, Yakima. Washington 98901. For more information, please contact Vaughn McBride, Associate Planner (509) 576-6315. O,.1689691N DOC. INDEX # F -I