East Lake Sammamish Trail Segment 2B Shoreline Substantial Development Permit (SSDP2016-00415)
STATUS UPDATE (11/07/2018): Shoreline Hearings Board, State of Washington, issued its Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law and Order. The Shoreline Hearings Board's order: 1) The Hearing Examiner's decision, dated January 5, 2018, is reversed; 2) The County's Shoreline Substantial Development Permit Application No. SSDP2016-00415 is remanded to the City to approve and issue a shoreline substantial development permit in accordance with the Board's decision; 3) The City's proposed condition (Ex.R-242) shall be included in the approved permit, except Conditions 3, 4, and 9 shall be omitted.
NOVEMBER 7,2018 SHORELINE HEARING BOARD FINDINGS OF FACT, CONCLUSION OF LAW AND ORDER.
November 7, 2018 East Lake Sammamish Trail Segment 2B - Shoreline Hearing Board Findings and Order:
JANUARY 23, 2018 OFFICIAL FILING LETTER RECEIVED FROM DEPARTMENT OF ECOLOGY
January 23, 2018 OFFICIAL FILING LETTER
JANUARY 23, 2018 NOTICE OF TRANSMITTAL TO DEPARTMENT OF ECOLOGY
January 23, 2018 Notice Issued to Parties of Record
JANUARY 23, 2018 TRANSMITTAL TO DEPARTMENT OF ECOLOGY
January 23, 2018 Transmittal to Department of Ecology
January 23, 2018 Transmittal Data Sheet
JANUARY 5, 2018 NOTICE OF HEARING EXAMINER DECISION
January 5, 2018 Notice Issued to Parties of Record
CITY OF SAMMAMISH HEARING EXAMINER DECISION
January 5, 2018 Hearing Examiner Decision Issued for East Lake Sammamish Trail Segment 2B Shoreline Substantial Development Permit (SSDP2016-00415)-unsigned
January 5, 2018 Hearing Examiner Decision Issued for East Lake Sammamish Trail Segment 2B Shoreline Substantial Development Permit (SSDP2016-00415) -signed
The City of Sammamish received an application on October 19, 2016, requesting a Shoreline Substantial Development Permit (SSDP) to improve 3.5 miles of the existing soft-surface interim East Lake Sammamish Trail, extending from SE 33rd Street to Inglewood Hill Road. This interim trail will be widened to 12 feet of paved surface with 2-foot gravel shoulders and a 1-foot clear zone on both sides. In conjunction with the trail widening, associated activity will take place which includes: earthwork; drainage improvements related to the trail; culvert replacements to improve fish passage; construction of rest areas with benches; improved intersections and sight triangles; mitigation and habitat enhancement; landscaping and fencing; and access and traffic control (bollards, striping, signage, etc.). The subject properties are located in the R-4 zone and in close proximity to Lake Sammamish which is a Shoreline of Statewide Significance. This proposal is located within the Lake Sammamish Shoreline Residential Environment Designation. An SSDP is now a Type 4 process which includes a Staff Recommendation and Final Decision by the City’s Hearing Examiner.