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ORDINANCES & RESOLUTIONS
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Exemption Levels in Downtown
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<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> WHEREAS, environmental review on the proposal has been completed in <br /> <br /> accordance with the requirements of the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA), <br /> <br /> with a determination of non-significance (DNS) issued February 4, 2009; and, <br /> <br /> WHEREAS, the City Council finds that the proposal was received by State <br /> <br /> agencies for the 60-day review period on February 9, 2009, also in accordance <br /> <br /> with state law, RCW 36.70A.106. <br /> <br /> NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF AUBURN, <br /> <br /> WASHINGTON, DO ORDAIN as follows: <br /> <br /> Section 1. Amendment to Citv Code. That section 18.29.020, of <br /> <br /> the Auburn City Code be and the same hereby is amended to read as follows: <br /> <br /> <br /> 18.29.020 Scope. <br /> A. The downtown urban center zone may be applied to any property <br /> designated as "Downtown" on the Auburn comprehensive plan map. <br /> ( B. Site plan and building design review and approval shall be required for <br /> all public and private development activities requiring permits within the <br /> downtown urban center zone unless exempted under subsection C of this <br /> section. The planning, building and community director is given the authority to <br /> require building design and site plans consistent with the design standards <br /> contained or referenced herein and to require revisions as necessary in order to <br /> ensure development is consistent with the purpose of this chapter. <br /> C. The following activities, as determined by the Director, shall be exempt <br /> from the provisions of this chapter if theproperty has frontage on a pedestrian <br /> street as defined in the Downtown Urban Center Desiqn Standards: <br /> 1. Interior alterations that do not alter the exterior appearance of a <br /> structure or modify an existing site conditian; <br /> 2. Normal or routine building and site maintenance/repair that are exempt <br /> from permit requirements; and <br /> 3. Anv remodelinq or expansion of existing sinqle family residences with <br /> no chan eg in use or addition of dwellin units involved. <br /> GD. The following activities, as determined by the director, shall be <br /> exempt from the provisions of this chapter if the propertv does not have frantaqe <br /> on a pedestrian street as defined in the Downtown Urban Center Desiqn <br /> Standards: <br /> 1. Interior alterations that do not alter the exterior appearance of a <br /> structure or modify an existing site condition; <br /> <br /> Ordinance No. 6230 <br /> April 15, 2009 <br /> Page 2 of 4 <br />
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