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Public Hearing On Applicant Rights In Development Permit Applications
April 29, 2017




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(SNOHOMISH, WA.) -- The city's Planning Commission will hold a public hearing at 6:00 pm on Wednesday, May 3, to consider updating the City’s rules about "vesting" of development permit applications.

The hearing will be at the George Gilbertson Boardroom of the Snohomish School District Resource Center located at 1601 Avenue D.   

Vesting is the right provided to applicants that ensures they can build their projects to the codes in place at the time they submit their permit applications, even if the regulations change after that.

However city offcials say the current vesting rules are out-of-date because they refer to the "Vested Rights Doctrine," which a recent court decision ruled is no longer the correct way to provide vested rights.

The Snohomish Municipal Code therefore has to be changed to remove this reference and to specifically list the applications that vesting rights are attached to.  

The Planning Commission will also consider proposed changes to regulations for determining when a development permit application is determined to be complete -- and that when issue is important because vesting rights are provided at the time an application is determined to be complete.

"The City’s current rules regarding the status of applications are not specific enough to make them meaningful. Also, the rules are spread out through several sections of the code. The proposed code amendment will strengthen the rules and place them in a single section," said a recent city statement about the issue.

All residents are encouraged to get involved and participate in the process of amending the City’s vesting rules. You can offer your ideas and comments in person at the public hearing or you can send written comments to Planning Director Glen Pickus at pickus@snohomishwa.gov or deliver them to City Hall at 116 Union Avenue.  

To read the staff report and the proposed code amendments download the Planning Commission’s agenda for its May 3 meeting here

For more information about vesting, complete applications, and the upcoming Planning Commission public hearing, contact Planning Director Glen Pickus at pickus@snohomishwa.gov or at 360-282-3173.






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