Description of Proposal: Construct 2 warehouse buildings (approx. 261,500 sf and 101,150 sf) with truck docks and parking on a vacant 38-acre parcel. Includes associated infrastructure including stormwater detention and treatment, utilities, retaining walls to reduce wetland fill, site paving, and landscaping. The project proposes to fill approx. one-half acre of low quality wetlands and drainage ditches, and to provide compensatory mitigation consisting of 2.9 acres of wetland creation and enhancement. Based on the City’s adopted FEMA 2012 maps and critical areas buffers, no work is proposed in the 100-year floodplain or Sotain Creek to the east.
Project Name: DCT 167 LANDING
Permit Application #: PLN-2016-0021
Location: 3401 West Valley Highway East, Sumner, WA
Parcel(s): #0420132011, 0420132013
Project Number: PRJ2016-00003
Applicant: Ben Brodsky, DCT INDUSTRIAL, 701 Fifth Avenue, Suite 2830, Seattle, WA 98104
Lead Agency: City of Sumner
The lead agency for this proposal has determined that it does not have a probable significant adverse impact on the environment. An environmental impact statement (EIS) is not required under RCW 43.21C.030 (2)(c). This decision was made after review of a completed environmental checklist and other information on file with the lead agency. This information is available to the public on request.
1 SEPA application 03-2016
2 SEPA Checklist-05-2017
3 SITE plan for SEPA-05-2017
4 Soundview Wetland Assess & Mitig Plans-05-2017
5 Soundview W-F-WL-Assess & Concept Mitig Report-12-2016
6 Soundview-Biological Evaluation-12-2016
7 NOAA Concurrence Ltr-04-2017
9 Cultural Resources Assessment-10-2015
10 Civil plans 05-2017
11 Stormwater Tech Info Report-03-2016
13 Response to Muckleshoot 5.15.17 from JH-Added-07-05-17
There is no comment period for this DNS. This DNS is issued after using the optional DNS process in WAC 197-11-355. There is no further comment period on the DNS. This DNS is issued under 197-11-340 (2); the lead agency will not act on this proposal for 14 days from the published date below.
Responsible Official: Ryan Windish, Community Development Director, (253) 299- 5524, City of Sumner, 1104 Maple Street Suite 250, Sumner, WA 98390
SEPA MITIGATION MEASURES
1. This project will include frontage improvements to West Valley Highway necessary to bring the roadway up to full minor arterial standards and to match improvements installed to the north on this roadway. These improvements will include right-of-way dedication, roadway widening, roadway reconstruction as necessary, stormwater improvements, and illumination designed and installed by PSE/Intolight at the developer’s expense.
2. This project will extend the onsite water main to the northeast, and southeast corners of the site for extension of the public water main and connection by others to the north and south.
3. This project may not discharge to the sewer force main located north of the project. It must discharge sewage to the south through the public sewer facilities that exist.
4. The project shall comply with the project’s approved Habitat Management Plans (Soundview Wetland Assessment & Mitigation Plans dated 05/2017 and Soundview Wetland/Fish/Wildlife Assessment & Mitigation Report rev. 12/2016, or as revised and approved by the USACE).
5. The project shall provide for: 1) 5 years of monitoring and maintenance of the wetland/buffer mitigation, with inspection and reporting in years one, three, and five, per SMC 16.46; and 2) provide a courtesy copy of a final 10-year inspection and report to the City and the Muckleshoot Tribe describing the status and condition of the project’s wetland mitigation implementation, as proposed in Soundview Consulting’s letter of 5/15/17 to the Muckleshoot Tribe.
6. Project shall obtain approval of a lot consolidation or binding site plan, to resolve the two separate parcels, prior to approval of building permits.
7. The project shall obtain Design Review approval prior to issuance of building permits and site development permits; except that limited grade/fill activities may be authorized under separate permit.
8. Wetlands and the properties’ portion of the100-foot buffer at Sotain Creek need to be permanently protected in an easement or dedicated tract, per SMC 16.56.100(C) and SMC 16.46.190(A), and an easement for ingress/egress provided by the property owner that grants the City access to these buffer areas for future maintenance, conservation and restoration measures.
9. Prior to building permit issuance, the property shall have recorded title notification of the following hazard areas, on forms provided by the City:
a. Wetland Protection Area
b. Aquifer Recharge Area
c. Seismic Hazard Area
d. Volcanic hazard area.
10. Prior to issuance of ground-disturbing permits, the applicant shall provide to the City a copy of the approved Army Corps Nationwide Permit.
11. At the time of civil plans review, the project shall provide additional design details for Ditch 3-4 channel through Wetland C, consistent with the concept proposed in Soundview Consulting’s letter of 5/15/17 to the Muckleshoot Tribe.