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For those project permit applications that are not subject to Chapter 36.70B RCW, the following will apply:

(1) The town will attempt to issue a threshold determination on a completed application within 90 days after the application and supporting documentation are complete.

(2) A complete application for a threshold determination consists of the following information:

(a) A description of the proposed action;

(b) Site information, including site plans, vicinity maps and other information required for a land use certification or other application;

(c) The environmental checklist;

(d) Additional information/environmental checklist (WAC 197-11-335). The environmental checklist covers 16 subjects. If, after review of the environmental checklist, it is determined that there is insufficient information to make a threshold determination, additional information will be required using any one or more of the following:

(i) The applicant will provide more information on subjects in the checklist;

(ii) The town makes its own further study;

(iii) The town will consult with other agencies, requesting information on the proposal’s probable or potential impacts which lie within the other agency’s jurisdiction or expertise.

(3) It is the policy of the town that adequate information must be provided before a threshold decision can be made. The town will not commence processing environmental checklists which are not complete. (Ord. 581 § 2, 2016)