Concerned Atterberry Neighbors RE: Mobile/Manufactured Home Park
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We the undersigned hereby petition the Clallam County Commissioners to deny or postpone the decision of the applicant's State Environmental Policy Act application (SEPA LDV2017-00012) and the applicant's associated Binding Site Plan until:
-- complete and accurate Environmental Checklist information is provided by the applicant;
-- a proper interval for public comment, consistent with State SEPA law, is also provided;
-- a current study of this 'Critical Aquifer Recharge Area' by a Wetland Biologist or specialist is obtained;
-- all adverse impacts are stated with expert determination and mitigation for all questions on the Environmental Checklist;
-- Matriotti Creek is properly identified as a Type 2 Stream and the appropriate buffer of 150’ is applied;
-- the mapped wetlands on the neighboring properties are delineated and categorized and the proper buffers applied;
-- an expert study of the parcel's hydrology challenges is obtained so that adjacent properties are not flooded by water diversion solutions associated with this development;
-- a traffic mitigation determination by a licensed traffic engineer is obtained to preserve safety for increased pedestrian and vehicular traffic loads on Atterberry, Hooker, and Hooker's intersection with Highway 101;
-- the Washington State Department of Ecology has had an opportunity to consider the potential impacts of this development on the salmonid run and ‘endangered’ Steelhead in Matriotti Creek, and what permits shall be required to address wetland protection and conservation issues with no reduction of requisite buffers by County CCC27.12. Buffer Averaging triggers a Variance Application;
---Clallam County staff establishes as a condition of the SEPA Threshold Determination that all environmental impacts be mitigated;
---a complete Binding Site Plan is provided by the applicant along with a plan set that addresses and complies with all SEPA required mitigations, all landscape buffers, impervious surfaces, homes, sidewalks, mailbox locations and associated Notes of Conditions designed to mitigate view and sight impact, sound, night glare, air and water pollutants, and similar impingements on local environmental quality.
Furthermore, as street frontage landscaping and other typical requirements are currently missing from the current zoning code, we petition the Commissioners to revise existing zoning code to require the construction of visual and sound buffers between properties of high density designated CR-III and adjacent large lot single family residential properties.
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