LAND USE | Dec. 12, 2012

The following information was provided by the city’s Department of Planning and Development. Written comments on projects should be mailed to 700 Fifth Ave., Suite 2000, P.O. Box 34019, Seattle, WA 98124-4019.
Appeals are made to the Office of the Hearing Examiner, Seattle Municipal Tower, 40th Floor (SMT-40-00), 700 Fifth Ave., Suite 4000, Seattle, WA 98104. Appeals must be accompanied by a $50 filing fee in a check payable to the City of Seattle.
The project number is in parentheses. For more information, call 684-8467.

Permit applications
1928 11TH AVE. W. (3014425) for a Land Use Application to allow one two-unit townhouse structure in an environmentally critical area. Existing structure to remain (for a total of three residential units). Surface parking for two vehicles to be provided. Review includes future unit-lot subdivision. The following approval is required: SEPA environmental determination (This project is subject to the Optional DNS Process (WAC 197-11-355) and Early DNS Process (SMC 25.05.355). This comment period may be the only opportunity to comment on the environmental impacts of this proposal. Building permit may be needed but was not included in this application. Written comments accepted through Wednesday, Dec. 19.

Permit decisions
306 QUEEN ANNE AVE. N. (3013058) on a Land Use Application to allow a four-story, 50-unit residential building with three live/work units at street level. Parking for 11 vehicles will be located within the structure. Existing structure to be demolished. The following appealable decisions have been made based on submitted plans: Design Review conditionally granted; Determination of Non-Significance with conditions (no Environmental Impact Statement required). Environmental review completed and project conditioned as applicable. This DNS is issued using the optional DNS process in WAC 197.11.355 and SMC 25.05.355. The comment period was originally published on June 14, 2012, and there is no further comment period on this DNS. The hearing examiner must receive appeals of this decision no later than Dec. 20.[[In-content Ad]]