NOTICE IS GIVEN that the following will be considered by the Benton County Planning Commission at a public hearing on Tuesday, August 11, 2015, at 7:00 p.m. at the Benton County PUD Building, 250 N. Gap Road, Prosser, WA 99350. NOTE DIFFERENT LOCATION a. ZC 2015-001/EA 2014-031 the rezone from Rural Land 5 Acre to Heavy Industrial, b. ZC 2015-002/EA 2015-032 the rezone from Interchange Commercial to Rural Lands 5 Acre, c. ZC 2015-003 the rezone from Urban Growth Area Residential 0-6 du/ac to Rural Lands 5 Acre and the rezone from Rural Lands 5 Acre to Urban Growth Area Residential 0-6du/ac, d. Ordinance Amendment relating to zoning, amending the official zoning map of Benton County to reflect changes in the zoning designations for File Nos. ZC 2015-001, 002, and 003 and for annexation of property into the City Limits of Richland, Kennewick and Prosser, and e. Ordinance Amendment relating to zoning and the general provisions; amending the section relating to non-conforming uses; amending Ordinance 505, Section 2 and BCC 11.52.075 by deleting the following sentence: “A use of property that is unlawful under other local, state, or federal laws shall not be deemed a nonconforming use.”
PLANNING ISSUES BEFORE THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Resolution #2015-516 amending the Benton County Comprehensive Plan amend the City of Kennewick's Urban Growth area (CPA 2014-001) to include approximately 7 acres of land and remove 240 acres and to amend the Benton County Comprehensive Plan Land Use Maps 4.0 and 4.6, and Figures 4-5, and Figure 4-12.
Resolution #2015-517 amending the Benton County Comprehensive Plan (CPA 2015-001) to change the Land Use Designation from Rural Lands 5 to Heavy Industrial and amending Land Use Maps 4.0 and 4.6. The property is located off of Lechelt Road.
Resolution #2015-518 amending the Benton County Comprehensive Plan (CPA 2015-002) to change the Land Use Designation from Interchange Commercial to Rural Lands 5 and amending Land Use Maps 4.0 and 4.5. The property is located off of Wiser Parkway.
Resolution #2015-519 amending the Benton County Comprehensive Plan to include the Benton County Shoreline Master Program as a sub area Plan in Chapter Four as set forth in CPA 2015-003.
Resolution #2015-520 amending the Benton County Comprehensive Plan to revise text in Chapter Nine and Table 9.0 and 9.1 to reflect current information as set forth in CPA 2015-004.
This system will consist of anodes placed in a 380-foot long by 5- to 6-foot deep trench, low voltage buried direct current (DC) cables (electric cables), a fuel gas tap valve, a regulation enclosure, a 2-inch buried fuel line, and a skid-mounted micro-turbine building. The skid will be 14 feet, 6 inches long by 8 feet wide, and the building will be 12 feet long by 8 feet wide by 8 feet high. Approximately 20 cast iron anodes (3-inch by 60-inch) will be laid horizontally in the 380-foot long anode bed trench. The trench will be partially backfilled with coke breeze slurry, a metallurgical backfill, to cover the anodes.
A trench 738 feet long by 2 feet wide by 12 to 24 inches deep will be excavated for the low voltage electrical. Approximately 109 CV of material will be excavated, stockpiled, and used as backfill for the trench. Topsoil and spoils will be segregated as described above. The CPS anodes will be placed in a 380-foot long by 5- to 6-foot deep trench located in a new 20400t wide by 475-foot long (0.22-acre) ROW. A total of approximately 1,689 cubic yards (CV) of material will be excavated from the trench (380 feet long by 6 feet deep by 20 feet wide).
The project is located in the West Half of the Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter in Section 16, Township 5 North, Range 5 East, W.M.
Notice is given that all concerned persons will have fourteen (14) days from the date of publication of this notice to comment in writing on this action.