SEPA MITIGATED DETERMINATION OF NON-SIGNIFICANCE (MDNS)
Application Name: Cubes Self-Storage Commercial Site Development Permit
Application File Number: LU17-0021/0033
Primary Contact: David Pruin
Gramor Development WA, LLC
950 N. 72nd Street, Suite 100
Seattle, WA 98103
Date of Issuance: March 23, 2018
Project Location: The subject property is located at King County Parcel Nos. 2622059153 & 2622059126, and is situated in the SE Quarter of Section 26, Township 22N and Range 5E in the City of Covington, King County, WA.
Project Description: The developer is proposing to construct a self-storage facility with one three-story, 90,100 sq. ft. building on 1.7 acres in the MC zone. The site will be accessed from 164th Ave SE. Water service will be provided by Covington Water District and sewer service will be provided by Soos Creek Water & Sewer District. Emergency services will be provided by City of Covington and Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority. The site contains environmentally critical areas.
Environmental Documents: Revised Site Plan (PACLAND, submitted 01/18/2018), Traffic Concurrency Analysis Report (City of Covington, issued 06/15/2017), Revised Permanent Stormwater Control Plan (PACLAND, dated January, 2018), Revised Critical Areas Report (Altmann Oliver Associates, LLC, revision date 01/16/2018), Revised Preliminary Landscape Plan (Lyon Landscape Architects, revision date 01/16/2018), SEPA Environmental Checklist (dated 06/21/2017), and other information on file with the lead agency.
Responsible Official/ Richard Hart, AICP, Community Development Director
Lead Agency: City of Covington SEPA Official
16720 SE 271st Street, Suite 100
Covington, Washington 98042
X This MDNS is issued under WAC 197-11-350. The comment period is 14 calendar days and ends April 6, 2018. Comments and appeals on this MDNS may be submitted by first class mail or delivered to the responsible official at the above lead agency address
Appeals Notice: Any notice of appeals must be filed in writing, with the required filing fee paid in cash or check and received within 14 calendar days of the end of the comment period at Covington City Hall Offices by April 20, 2018, at 5 PM. You must make specific factual objections, identify error, harm suffered, or identify anticipated relief sought and raise specific issues in the statement of appeal. Contact the Community Development Department at Covington City Hall to ask about the procedures for SEPA appeals.