130098NOA & DNS NOTICE OF APPLICATION AND SEPA MITIGATED DETERMINATION OF NONSIGNIFICANCE Date of Issuance: 5/17/2024 Lead agency: City of Toledo, WA Project Name: Maple St. Subdivision Owner/Applicant: Kurt Reddig - KR Homes, PO Box 856, Winlock, WA 98596 Applicant's Representative: Zachary Wirkkala, EIT RB Engineering., 91 SW 13th St., Chehalis, WA 98532, Email: zach2@rbengineers.com Location: Property address(s) is 511 S 5th St, Toledo WA 98591. Parcel No.(s) 006858001001, 006858001002, 006861001001, and 006861001002. Section 18, Township 11N, Range 01W, W.M. Local permit applications required: Subdivision Preliminary Plat, Subdivision Final Plat, Grading permit, City of Toledo Engineering Plan Approval, Flood Plain fill and construction Permit, Building permit approval for future residential duplexes and single family residences Date Application Received: February 1, 2024, but placed on hold pending additional information on February 10th, 2024. The additional information was received on March 21, 2024. Date of Notice of Complete Application: March 21, 2024 Description of proposal: The project is proposing to subdivide a 0.65 partially developed parcel into a 7 lot subdivision containing 5 single family homes (4 additional), and 2 duplexes, and public roadway, stormwater and utility improvements. SEPA Determination: As lead agency under the State Environmental Policy Act, the City of Toledo Department of Building and Planning issued a mitigated determination of nonsignificance (MDNS) on May 16, 2024. Application materials supporting this determination are available by contacting the SEPA Responsible Official. Such documents include: SEPA Checklist (May 2, 2024), Project Narrative (Mach 21, 2024), Subdivision Application (February 1, 2024), Plan Set (March 21, 2024), Stormwater Technical Memo (March 21, 2024) Required Mitigation Measures: 1. Prior to construction, final engineering plans will be submitted for review and approved by the City. Any proposed changes or modifications to these plans and specifications, including those required by other agencies, shall require additional regulatory review and approval by the City. 2. All construction must be completed in accordance with the approved plans and the City of Toledo Development Code, Engineering Standards and City Code. 3. Pay a one time public safety mitigation fee for additional equipment needed to provide for additional police services needed to mitigate for the added impacts of the proposed development. The applicant is proposing to modify the required standards for sidewalks to delete the sidewalk requirement. The City is willing to remove the requirement for sidewalks along 5th and 6th streets but will require sidewalks along the property frontage for Maple and Cedar Streets. Removal of the sidewalks, which mitigate pedestrian safety concerns, can also be mitigated through increased police patrol and traffic enforcement. This mitigation cost is documented in email received from the City of Toledo Police Chief on May 14, 2024. The amount to be paid to the City of Toledo for Police equipment is approximately $8,000. The estimated mitigation fee will be adjusted based on actual costs of the equipment when a purchase order is approved by the City. 4. The Toledo School District has recently adopted a school impact fee for new residential development. Prior to the issuance of a building permit for a residential structures within the proposed plat, provide a written statement from the school district that the impact fees have been paid. 5. Frontage improvements along the street frontages for the subdivision shall be provided as required by the City through the final engineering plan approval process. 6. In the event any historic, cultural, or archaeological resources are discovered during site grading or construction, all work must cease immediately, and the Washington State Department of Archaeology and Historic Resources must be notified. Work will not resume until treatment of the discovery has been completed or the discovery has been adequately protected. 7. Proper erosion control measures shall be installed prior to any clearing, grading, or construction activities. These control measures shall be effective to prevent stormwater runoff from carrying soil and other pollutants into surface water or storm drains that lead to waters of the state. Sand, silt, clay particles, and soil will damage aquatic habitat and are considered to be pollutants. Erosion control structures or devices shall be regularly maintained and inspected to ensure their proper functioning throughout project construction. 8. Provision should be made to minimize the tracking of sediment by construction vehicles onto paved public roads. If sediment is deposited, it should be cleaned every day by shoveling or sweeping. Water cleaning should only be done after the area has been shoveled out or swept. 9. Proper disposal of construction debris shall be on land in such a manner that debris cannot enter water of the state and storm drains draining to waters of the state or cause water quality degradation of state waters. Any spills, soil or debris accidentally entering the water during construction shall be immediately removed by approved methods. All project work shall cease immediately until cleanup of such spills is completed. If a spill does occur, or if an oil sheen or distressed or dying fish are observed in the project vicinity, the applicant shall immediately contact Washington State Department of Ecology (DOE) at its Southwest Regional Spill Response Office (360) 407-6300. 10. The applicant shall provide a copy of the permit, conditions, and drawings to all contractors performing any of the authorized work. Date of Notice: May 17, 2024, Published May 21, 2024 SEPA Comment Period Ends: June 4th, 2024 Public Hearing: The City of Toledo Planning Commission will conduct a public hearing on June 19, 2024 at 6:00 in the City of Toledo City Hall Council Chambers located at 130 N. Second St, Toledo Washington to receive public comments on the proposed application and determine if the proposal meets the current Toledo zoning and development standards. Planning Commission will make a recommendation to City Council on this application. City Council will review the recommendation and finalize the Preliminary Approval at a future date yet to be determined. Comments may be submitted to the responsible official by mail, email, or presented to the Planning Commission in person at the Public Hearing. This notice is issued in accordance with State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) regulations RCW 43.21C.080. The City of Toledo has determined that the proposed action, conducted in accordance with the mitigation standards required by the City of Toledo, will 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 City. This information is available to the public on request at Toledo City Hall, 130 N Second St., Toledo, WA 98691. \ This MDNS is issued under WAC 197-11-350; the lead agency will not act on this proposal for 14 days from the Date of Notice above. Responsible official: Todd Johnson, TRJ Planning Inc. Position/title: City of Toledo Consulting Planner Phone/Email: 360-310-9409/ todd@trjplanning.com Address: 130 N Second St., Toledo, WA 98691 Published: The Chronicle May 21, 2024

Posted 5/21/2024