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File #: 2016-0155    Version:
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 3/7/2016 In control: Transportation, Economy and Environment Committee
On agenda: Final action: 12/5/2016
Enactment date: 12/13/2016 Enactment #: 18427
Title: AN ORDINANCE relating to comprehensive planning and permitting; amending Ordinance 8421, Section 3, as amended, and K.C.C. 14.56.020, Ordinance 8421, Section 4, as amended, and K.C.C. 14.56.030, Ordinance 11653, Section 6, as amended, and K.C.C. 20.12.017, Ordinance 13147, Section 19, amended, and K.C.C. 20.18.030, Ordinance 4461, Section 10, amended, and K.C.C. 20.22.150, Ordinance 10870, Section 330, as amended, and K.C.C. 21A.08.030, Ordinance 10870, Section 332, as amended, and K.C.C. 21A.08.050, Ordinance 13274, Section 4, as amended, and K.C.C. 21A.37.020, Ordinance 13274, Section 5, as amended, and K.C.C. 21A.37.030, Ordinance 13733, Section 10, as amended, and K.C.C. 21A.37.110 and Ordinance 13733, Section 4, as amended, and K.C.C. 21A.37.150, and repealing Ordinance 8421, Section 2, and K.C.C. 14.56.010 and Ordinance 7889, Section 4, as amended, and K.C.C. 26.08.010.
Sponsors: Rod Dembowski
Indexes: Comprehensive Plan
Code sections: 14.56.010 - ., 14.56.020 - , 14.56.030 - , 20.18.030 - , 20.54.010 - ., 20.54.020 - ., 20.54.030 - ., 20.54.040 - ., 20.54.050 - ., 20.54.060 - ., 20.54.070 - ., 20.54.080 - ., 20.54.090 - ., 20.54.100 - ., 20.54.110 - ., 20.54.120 - ., 20.54.130 - ., 21A.06 - , 21A.08.030 - , 21A.08.050 - , 21A.08.060 - , 21A.08.070 - , 21A.08.080 - , 21A.08.090 - , 21A.08.100 - , 21A.37.020 - , 21A.37.110 - , 21A.42 - ., 26.08.010 - .
Attachments: 1. 18427.pdf, 2. 18427 with attachments.pdf, 3. A. King County Comprehensive Plan-2016 Update, 12/5/16, 4. B. Land Use and Zoning Amendments, 12/5/16, 5. C. Tech App A Capital Facilities 11/22/16, 6. D. Tech App B Housing, 11/22/16, 7. E. Tech App C Transportation, 11/22/16, 8. F. Tech App C1 2016 Transportation Needs Report, 11/22/16, 9. G. Tech App C2 Regional Trails Needs Report, 11/22/16, 10. H. Tech App D Growth Targets and the Urban Growth Area, 11/22/16, 11. I. Tech App R Public Outreach, 11/22/16, 12. K. Addendum to Vashon Town Plan, 13. J. Skyway-West Hill Action Plan - January 22, 2016, 14. A. King County Comprehensive Plan - 2016 Update, dated September 1, 2016, 15. B. Appendix - Land Use and Zoning Amendments, dated September 1, 2016, 16. C. Technical Appendix A – Capital Facilities, dated September 1, 2016, 17. D. Technical Appendix B - Housing, dated September 1, 2016, 18. E. Technical Appendix C - Transportation, dated September 1, 2016, 19. F. Technical Appendix C1 – 2016 Transportation Needs Report, dated September 1, 2016, 20. G. Technical Appendix C2 – Regional Trail Needs Report, dated September 1, 2016, 21. H. Technical Appendix D – Growth Targets and the Urban Growth Area, dated September 1, 2016, 22. I. Technical Appendix R – Public Outreach for the Development of the 2016 Comprehensive Plan, dated September 1, 2016, 23. K. Addendum to Vashon Town Plan, 24. 2016-0155 Transmittal Letter.doc, 25. 2016-0155 Draft Notice of Public Hearing.doc, 26. 2016-0155 Attachment to Transmittal Letter--Area Zoning Studies.pdf, 27. 2016-0155 Attachment to Transmittal Letter--Development Code Studies.pdf, 28. 2016-0155 Attachment to Transmittal Letter--Policy I-207 Analysis of Proposed Amendments to Policies.pdf, 29. 2016-0155 Fiscal Note.xlsx, 30. 2016-0155_SR_2016CompPlan_031516.docx, 31. 2016-0155_ATT1_PROPOSED_ORDINANCE.doc, 32. 2016-0155_ATT2_Schedule030916.pdf, 33. 2016-0155_ATT3_FrequentlyUsedAcronyms.pdf, 34. 2016-0155_ATT4_Scoping Motion(Motion 14351).pdf, 35. 2016-0155_ATT5_2012-2015DocketSummary.docx, 36. 3-15-16 TrEE Agenda.msg, 37. 2016-0155_ATT6_Comp Plan Web Comments for 04-05-16.pdf, 38. 2016-0155_ATT2_Schedule032916.pdf, 39. 2016-0155_ATT5_ExecRequesttoAdd.docx, 40. 2016-0155_ATT6_Comments-Upd-04-22-16 .pdf, 41. 2016-0155_ATT2_KCCP-Schedule-Updated-04-05-16.docx, 42. 2016-0155_ATT3_FrequentlyUsedAcronyms.pdf, 43. 2016-0155_SR_2016CompPlan_051716FINAL.docx, 44. ATT5_ExecAnnexationsHandout.pdf, 45. ATT6_ExecESJHandout.pdf, 46. ATT7_Comments-to-05-11-16.pdf, 47. 2016-0155 AckLetter 5-16.pdf, 48. 2016-0155_SR_2016CompPlan_053116-v1.docx, 49. ATT1_2016KCCPSchedule052616.pdf, 50. ATT2_FrequentlyUsedAcronyms.pdf, 51. 2016-0155 Staff Report 2016CompPlan_060716.docx, 52. ATT1 Schedule_060116.pdf, 53. ATT3_Comments on Comp Plan for 06-07-16.pdf, 54. 2016-0155 Staff Report 2016CompPlan_062116-v2.docx, 55. ATT3_Comments-through-06-14-16.pdf, 56. ATT4_ExecFactSheetClimateChange.pdf, 57. 2016-0155_SR_2016CompPlan_070516-v3.docx, 58. ATT1_KCCPSchedule062816.pdf, 59. ATT3_Comments-07-05-16.pdf, 60. 2017-0155--0159 State Acknowledgement Letter.pdf, 61. 2016-0155and2016-0159_SR_2016CompPlan_081616.docx, 62. 2016-0155and2016-0159_ATT1_KCCPSchedule062816.pdf, 63. 2016-0155and2016-0159_ATT3_Comments for 08-16-16.pdf, 64. 2016-0155_ATT5_Summary2016DocketSubmittals.pdf, 65. 2016-0155_ATT6_LandUseCommentsSummary081916.pdf, 66. 2016-0155_ATT7_Comments-as-of-08-19-16.pdf, 67. 2016-0155_SR_2016CompPlan_082416.docx, 68. 2016-0155_ATT1_KCCPSchedule_081016.pdf, 69. 2016-0155_ATT3_SupplementalAZS_082416.pdf, 70. 2016-0155_ATT4_LandUseProposalsMaps_082416.pdf, 71. 2016-0155-SR-2016CompPlan-090616-v2.docx, 72. 2016-0155-ATT4-Matrix-of-Changes-in-S1-090116.pdf, 73. 2016-0155-ATT5-Redline-of-S1-090116.pdf, 74. 2016-0155-ATT6-Land-Use-Zoning-Amendments-Attachment-B-090116.pdf, 75. 2016-0155-ATT7-Matrix-of-Land-Use-Zoning-Amendments-Changes-090116.pdf, 76. 2016-0155-ATT8-Appendix-R-Public-Outreach-Attachment-I-090116.pdf, 77. 2016-0155-ATT9-Addendum-to-Vashon-Town-Plan-Attachment-K-090116.pdf, 78. 2016-0155-ATT10-KCCPSchedule-081016.pdf, 79. 2016-0155-ATT11-FrequentlyUsedAcronyms.pdf, 80. 2016-0155-ATT12-Comments-090116.pdf, 81. 2016-0155-ATT1-Proposed-Ordinance-2016-KCCP.doc, 82. 2016-0155-ATT2-AMDS1-Striking-Amendment-090116.pdf, 83. 2016-0155-ATT3-AMDT1-Title-Amendment-090116.pdf, 84. 2016-0155-SR-2016CompPlan-092016.docx, 85. ATT10-Individual-Amendment-to-S1-091616.pdf, 86. ATT11-Matrix-of-Individual-Amendments-to-S1-091616.pdf, 87. ATT12-KCCPSchedule-081016.pdf, 88. ATT13-FrequentlyUsedAcronyms.pdf, 89. ATT14-Comments-updated-09-16-16.pdf, 90. 2016-0155_Revised Staff Report_2016CompPlan_092016.docx, 91. 2016-0155 2016-0159 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING revision for two pages - Woodinville Weekly 10-17-16.doc, 92. A. King County Comprehensive Plan - 2016 Update, 93. B. Appendix - Land Use and Zoning Amendments, 94. C. Technical Appendix A - Capital Facilities, 95. D. Technical Appendix B - Housing, 96. E. Technical Appendix C - Transportation, 97. F. 2016 Transportation Needs Report, 98. G. Technical Appendix C2 - Regional Trails Needs Report, 99. H. Technical Appendix D - Growth Targets and the Urban Growth Area, 100. I. Technical Appendix R - Public Outreach for the Development of the 2016 Comprehensive Plan, 101. J. Skyway-West Hill Action Plan - January 22, 2016, 102. SUPPLEMENTAL Affidavit of Pub - Covington-Maple Valley-Black Di.pdf, 103. SUPPLEMENTAL NOTICE OF HEARING 2016-0155 and 0159 Affidavit of Pub 10-26-16 Seattle Times.pdf, 104. 2016-0155 and 2016-0159 comp plan affidavit of pub - Voice of the Valley.pdf, 105. 2016-0155 and 2016-0159 Affidavit of Publication - Auburn Repo.pdf, 106. 2016-0155 and 2016-0159 COMP PLAN in Westside Weekly aff of pub.pdf, 107. 2016-0155 and 2016-0159 Affidavit of Pub of Seattle Times 10-19-16.pdf, 108. 2016-0155 and 2016-0159 Affidavit of Pub - Bothell Reporter Octobrr 21 - 2016.pdf, 109. 2016-0155 and 2016-0159 Kent Reporter - publish October 21 .pdf, 110. 2016 -0155 and 2016-0159 Kirkland Reporter publish October 21 .pdf, 111. 2016-0155 and 2015-0159 Affidavit of Pub - Mercer Island Report.pdf, 112. 2016-0155 and 2016-0159 Renton Reporter Affidavit of Pub - publ.pdf, 113. 2016-0155 and 2016-0159 Affidavit of Pub - Federal Way Mirror -.pdf, 114. 2016-0155 and 2016-0159 Affidavit of Pub - Snoqualmie Valley Record .pdf, 115. 2016-0155 and 2016-0159 Affidavit of Pub - Bellevue Reporter - .pdf, 116. 2016-0155 and 2016-0159 Issaquah Press and Sammamish Review Aff.pdf, 117. 2016-0155 and 2016-0159 CMP PLAN - Affidavit of Pub -Beachcomber 10-19-16.pdf, 118. 2016-0155 and 2016-0159 Affidavit of Pub - Redmond Reporter - p.pdf, 119. 2016-0155 and 2016-0159 Covington Maple Valley Black Diamond .pdf, 120. Notice of Adoption 18427 and 18428 - 2016-0155 and 2016-0159 adopting the 2016 KCCP and 2016 RAMP.doc, 121. 18427 and 18428 COMP PLAN Notice of Adoption - Affidavit of Pub - Seattle Times 12-.pdf, 122. 18427 Amendment Package 12-5-16.pdf, 123. 2016-0155 and 0159 - Enumclaw Courier Herald Affidavit of Pub.pdf, 124. 2016-0155 and 0159 Woodinville Weekly Affi of Pub.pdf, 125. 2016-0155 and 0159 Issaquah Press Affidavit of Pub - October 2.pdf
Related files: 2021-RPT0130
Staff: Jensen, Christine
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Title

AN ORDINANCE relating to comprehensive planning and permitting; amending Ordinance 8421, Section 3, as amended, and K.C.C. 14.56.020, Ordinance 8421, Section 4, as amended, and K.C.C. 14.56.030, Ordinance 11653, Section 6, as amended, and K.C.C. 20.12.017, Ordinance 13147, Section 19, amended, and K.C.C. 20.18.030, Ordinance 4461, Section 10, amended, and K.C.C. 20.22.150, Ordinance 10870, Section 330, as amended, and K.C.C. 21A.08.030, Ordinance 10870, Section 332, as amended, and K.C.C. 21A.08.050, Ordinance 13274, Section 4, as amended, and K.C.C. 21A.37.020, Ordinance 13274, Section 5, as amended, and K.C.C. 21A.37.030, Ordinance 13733, Section 10, as amended, and K.C.C. 21A.37.110 and Ordinance 13733, Section 4, as amended, and K.C.C. 21A.37.150, and repealing Ordinance 8421, Section 2, and K.C.C. 14.56.010 and Ordinance 7889, Section 4, as amended, and K.C.C. 26.08.010.

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                     BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF KING COUNTY:

                     SECTION 1.  Findings:  For the purposes of effective land use planning and regulation, the King County council makes the following legislative findings:

                     A.  King County adopted the King County Comprehensive Plan 2012 to meet the requirements of the Washington State Growth Management Act ("the GMA");

                     B.  The 2012 King County Comprehensive Plan, adopted by King County Ordinance 17485, satisfied the GMA requirement for the county to update its comprehensive plan by June 30, 2015;

                     C.  In 2013 and 2014, King County adopted narrow amendments to the King County Comprehensive Plan 2012;

                     D.  The King County Code authorizes a review of the Comprehensive Plan and allows substantive amendments to the Comprehensive Plan once every four years. The King County Comprehensive Plan 2016 amendments are the fifth major review of the Comprehensive Plan;

                     E.  The GMA requires that King County adopt development regulations to be consistent with and implement the Comprehensive Plan;

                     F.  The changes to zoning contained in this ordinance are needed to maintain conformity with the King County Comprehensive Plan, as required by the GMA.  As such, they bear a substantial relationship to, and are necessary for, the public health, safety and general welfare of King County and its residents; and

                     G.  King County engages in a comprehensive review of its Comprehensive Plan and development regulations every four years.  This ordinance constitutes the conclusion of the county's review process.  The 2016 King County Comprehensive Plan and King County's development are intended to satisfy the requirements of the GMA.

                     SECTION 2.  A.  King County completed its fifth comprehensive four-cycle review of the Comprehensive Plan in 2016.  As a result of the review, King County amended the King Comprehensive Plan 2012 through passage of the King County Comprehensive Plan 2016.

                     B.  The amendments to the King County Comprehensive Plan 2012 contained in Attachments A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J and K to this ordinance are hereby adopted as amendments to the King County Comprehensive Plan 2012.

                     C.  Attachments A and B to this ordinance amend policies, text and maps of the Comprehensive Plan and amend the Comprehensive Plan Land Use Zoning.  The land use and zoning amendments contained in Attachments A and B to this ordinance are hereby adopted as the official land use and zoning controls for those portions of unincorporated King County defined in Attachments A and B to this ordinance.

                     D.  Attachment C to this ordinance contains Technical Appendix A (Capital Facilities).

                     E.  Attachment D to this ordinance contains Technical Appendix B (Housing).

                     F.  Attachment E to this ordinance contains Technical Appendix C (Transportation).

                     G.  Attachment F to this ordinance contains Technical Appendix C.1 (Transportation Needs Report).

                     H.  Attachment G to this ordinance contains Technical Appendix C.2 (Regional Trails Needs Report).

                     I.  Attachment H to this ordinance contains Technical Appendix D (Growth Targets and Urban Growth Area).

                     J.  Attachment I to this ordinance contains Technical Appendix R (Summary of Public Outreach for Development of the 2016 KCCP Update).

                     K.  Attachment J to this ordinance contains the Skyway-West Hill Action Plan.

                     L.  Attachment K to this ordinance amends the Vashon Town Plan and the King County zoning map for those portions of unincorporated King County defined in Attachment K to this ordinance.

                     SECTION 3.  Ordinance 8421, Section 2, and K.C.C. 14.56.010 are each hereby repealed.

                     SECTION 4.  Ordinance 8421, Section 3, as amended, and K.C.C. 14.56.020 are each hereby amended to read as follows:

                     There is established a ((non-motorized vehicle)) nonmotorized transportation program ((to meet the following goals and objectives:

                     A.  To identify and document the needs of non-motorized transportation in King County, including bicyclists, equestrians, pedestrians, and special populations;

                     B.  To determine ways that the existing county transportation network, including transit, can be made more responsive to the needs of non-motorized users)).  The program shall consist of the nonmotorized policies in the King County Comprehensive Plan and the respective functional plans of the responsible county agencies, nonmotorized project needs contained in agency capital improvement programs and operational activities that:

                     A.  Identify and document the nonmotorized transportation needs in the county for bicyclists, pedestrians, equestrians and special populations such as school children or people with limited mobility and wheelchair users;

                     B.  Determine ways that nonmotorized transportation can be integrated into the current and future county transportation network and services, including transit;

                     C.  ((To i))Inform and educate the public on issues relating to ((non-motorized)) nonmotorized transportation, including compliance with traffic laws; and

                     D.  ((To institute the consideration of non-motorized transportation in all related county-funded)) Consider nonmotorized transportation safety and other needs in all related county programs, and ((to)) encourage the same consideration on an interlocal and regional basis((;

                     E.  To improve non-motorized transport users and motorists compliance with traffic laws; and

                     F.  To guide development of a county functional plan for non-motorized transportation, to implement the adopted policies established in the county comprehensive plan, the county transportation plan, and current programs within county government)).

                     SECTION 5.  Ordinance 8421, Section 4, as amended, and K.C.C. 14.56.030 are each hereby amended to read as follows:

                     The department of transportation shall ((carry out the following duties and responsibilities)):

                     A.  Implement the ((non-motorized vehicle)) nonmotorized transportation program in coordination with other county departments;

                     B.  Provide support to any ad hoc ((non-motorized)) nonmotorized transportation advisory committee; and

                     C.  Work with ((governmental agencies)) other jurisdictions and nongovernmental organizations to identify, develop and promote programs that encourage the use of ((non-motorized)) nonmotorized modes of transportation.

                     SECTION 6.  Ordinance 11653, Section 6, as amended, and K.C.C. 20.12.017 are each hereby amended to read as follows:

                     The following provisions complete the zoning conversion from K.C.C. Title 21 to Title 21A pursuant to K.C.C. 21A.01.070:

                     A.  Ordinance 11653 adopts area zoning to implement the 1994 King County Comprehensive Plan pursuant to the Washington State Growth Management Act RCW 36.760A.  Ordinance 11653 also converts existing zoning in unincorporated King County to the new zoning classifications in the 1993 Zoning Code, codified in Title 21A, pursuant to the area zoning conversion guidelines in K.C.C. 21A.01.070.  The following are adopted as attachments to Ordinance 11653:

                     Appendix A:  1994 Zoning Atlas, dated November 1994, as amended December 19, 1994.

                     Appendix B:  Amendments to Bear Creek Community Plan P-Suffix Conditions.

                     Appendix C:  Amendments to Federal Way Community Plan P-Suffix Conditions.

                     Appendix D:  Amendments to Northshore Community Plan P-Suffix Conditions.

                     Appendix E:  Amendments to Highline Community Plan P-Suffix Conditions.

                     Appendix F:  Amendments to Soos Creek Community Plan P-Suffix Conditions.

                     Appendix G:  Amendments to Vashon Community Plan P-Suffix Conditions.

                     Appendix H:  Amendments to East Sammamish Community Plan P-Suffix Conditions.

                     Appendix I:  Amendments to Snoqualmie Valley Community Plan P-Suffix Conditions.

                     Appendix J:  Amendments to Newcastle Community Plan P-Suffix Conditions.

                     Appendix K:  Amendments to Tahoma/Raven Heights Community Plan P-Suffix Conditions.

                     Appendix L:  Amendments to Enumclaw Community Plan P-Suffix Conditions.

                     Appendix M:  Amendments to West Hill Community Plan P-Suffix Conditions.

                     Appendix N:  Amendments to Resource Lands Community Plan P-Suffix Conditions.

                     Appendix O:  1994 Parcel List, as amended December 19, 1994.

                     Appendix P:  Amendments considered by the council January 9, 1995.

                     B.  Area zoning adopted by Ordinance 11653, including potential zoning, is contained in Appendices A and O.  Amendments to area-wide P-suffix conditions adopted as part of community plan area zoning are contained in Appendices B through N.  Existing P-suffix conditions whether adopted through reclassifications or community plan area zoning are retained by Ordinance 11653 except as amended in Appendices B through N.

                     C.  The department is hereby directed to correct the official zoning map in accordance with Appendices A through P of Ordinance 11653.

                     D.  The 1995 area zoning amendments attached to Ordinance 12061 in Appendix A are adopted as the official zoning control for those portions of unincorporated King County defined therein.

                     E.  Amendments to the 1994 King County Comprehensive Plan area zoning, Ordinance 11653 Appendices A through P, as contained in Attachment A to Ordinance 12170 are hereby adopted to comply with the Decision and Order of the Central Puget Sound Growth Management Hearings Board in Vashon-Maury Island, et. al. v. King County, Case No. 95-3-0008.

                     F.  The Vashon Town Plan Area Zoning, ((attached to Ordinance 17842 as)) Attachment ((D)) K to this ordinance, is adopted as the official zoning control for that portion of unincorporated King County defined therein.

                     G.  The 1996 area zoning amendments attached to Ordinance 12531 in Appendix A are adopted as the official zoning control for those portions of unincorporated King County defined therein.  Existing p-suffix conditions whether adopted through reclassifications or area zoning are retained by Ordinance 12531.

                     H.  The black Diamond Urban Growth Area Zoning Map attached to Ordinance 12533 as Appendix B is adopted as the official zoning control for those portions of unincorporated King County defined therein.  Existing p-suffix conditions whether adopted through reclassifications or area zoning are retained by Ordinance 12533.

                     I.  The King County Zoning Atlas is amended to include the area shown in Appendix B as UR - Urban Reserve, one DU per 5 acres.  Existing p-suffix conditions whether adopted through reclassifications or area zoning are retained by Ordinance 12535.  The language from Ordinance 12535, Section 1.D., shall be placed on the King County Zoning Atlas page #32 with a reference marker on the area affected by Ordinance 12535.

                     J.  The Northshore Community Plan Area Zoning is amended to add the Suffix "-DPA, Demonstration Project Area", to the properties identified on Map A attached to Ordinance 12627.

                     K.  The special district overlays, as designated on the map attached to Ordinance 12809 in Appendix A, are hereby adopted pursuant to K.C.C. 21A.38.020 and 21A.38.040.

                     L.  the White Center Community Plan Area Zoning, as revised in the Attachments to Ordinance 11568, is the official zoning for those portions of White Center in unincorporated King county defined herein.

                     M.  Ordinance 12824 completes the zoning conversion process begun in Ordinance 11653, as set forth in K.C.C. 21A.01.070, by retaining, repealing, replacing or amending previously adopted p-suffix conditions or property-specific development standards pursuant to K.C.C. 21A.38.020 and K.C.C. 21A.38.030 as follows:

                       1.  Resolutions 31072, 32219, 33877, 33999, 34493, 34639, 35137, and 37156 adopting individual zone reclassifications are hereby repealed and p-suffix conditions are replaced by the property specific development standards as set forth in Appendix A to Ordinance 12824.

                       2.   All ordinances adopting individual zone reclassifications effective prior to February 2, 1995, including but not limited to Ordinances 43, 118, 148, 255, 633, 1483, 1543, 1582, 1584, 1728, 1788, 2487, 2508, 2548, 2608, 2677, 2701, 2703, 2765, 2781, 2840, 2884, 2940, 2958, 2965, 2997, 3239, 3262, 3313, 3360, 3424, 3494, 3496, 3501, 3557, 3561, 3641, 3643, 3744, 3779, 3901, 3905, 3953, 3988, 4008, 4043, 4051, 4053, 4082, 4094, 4137, 4289, 4290, 4418, 4560, 4589, 4703, 4706, 4764, 4767, 4867, 4812, 4885, 4888, 4890, 4915, 4933, 4956, 4970, 4978, 5087, 5114, 5144, 5148, 5171, 5184, 5242, 5346, 5353, 5378, 5453, 5663, 5664, 5689, 5744, 5752, 5755, 5765, 5854, 5984, 5985, 5986, 6059, 6074, 6113, 6151, 6275, 6468, 6497, 6618, 6671, 6698, 6832, 6885, 6916, 6966, 6993, 7008, 7087, 7115, 7207, 7328, 7375, 7382, 7396, 7583, 7653, 7677, 7694, 7705, 7757, 7758, 7821, 7831, 7868, 7944, 7972, 8158, 8307, 8361, 8375, 8427, 8452, 8465, 8571, 8573, 8603, 8718, 8733, 8786, 8796, 8825, 8858, 8863, 8865, 8866, 9030, 9095, 9189, 9276, 9295, 9476, 9622, 9656, 9823, 9991, 10033, 10194, 10287, 10419, 10598, 10668, 10781, 10813, 10970, 11024, 11025, 11271, and 11651, are hereby repealed and p-suffix conditions are replaced by the property specific development standards as set forth in Appendix A to Ordinance 12824.

                       3.  All ordinances establishing individual reclassifications effective after February 2, 1995, are hereby amended, as set forth in Appendix C to Ordinance 12824, to retain, repeal or amend the property specific development standards (p-suffix conditions) contained therein.

                       4.  All ordinances adopting area zoning pursuant to Resolution 25789 or converted by Ordinance 11653 are repealed as set forth in subsection((s)) M.4.a. through n. of this section.  All p-suffix conditions contained therein are repealed or replaced by adopting the property specific development standards as set forth in Appendix A to Ordinance 12824, the special district overlays as designated in Appendix B to Ordinance 12824 or the special requirements as designated in Appendix A to Ordinance 12822.

                         a.  The Highline Area Zoning attached to Ordinance 3530, as amended, is hereby repealed.

                         b.  The Shoreline Community Plan Area Zoning, attached to Ordinance 5080 as Appendix B, as amended, is hereby repealed.

                         c.  The Newcastle Community Plan Area Zoning, attached to Ordinance 6422 as Appendix B, as amended is hereby repealed.

                         d.  The Tahoma/Raven Heights Community Plan Area Zoning, attached to Ordinance 6986 as Appendix B, as amended, is hereby repealed.

                         e.  The Revised Federal Way area zoning, adopted by Ordinance 7746, as amended, is hereby repealed.

                         f.  The Revised Vashon Community Plan Area Zoning, attached to Ordinance 7837 as Appendix B, as amended, is hereby repealed.

                         g.  The Bear Creek Community Plan Area Zoning, attached to Ordinance 8846 as Appendix B, as amended, is hereby repealed.

                         h.  The Resource Lands Area Zoning, adopted by Ordinance 8848, as amended, is hereby repealed.

                         i.  The Snoqualmie Valley Community Plan Area Zoning, as adopted by Ordinance 9118, is hereby repealed.

                         j.  The Enumclaw Community Plan Area Zoning attached to Ordinance 9499, as amended, is hereby repealed.

                         k.  The Soos Creek Community Plan Update Area Zoning, adopted by Ordinance 10197, Appendix B, as amended, is hereby repealed.

                         l.  The Northshore Area Zoning adopted by Ordinance 10703 as Appendices B and E, as amended, is hereby repealed.

                         m.  The East Sammamish Community Plan Update Area Zoning, as revised in Appendix B attached to Ordinance 10847, as amended, is hereby repealed.

                         n.  The West Hill Community Plan Area Zoning adopted in Ordinance 11116, as amended, is hereby repealed.

                       5.  All ordinances adopting area zoning pursuant to Title 21A and not converted by Ordinance 11653, including community or comprehensive plan area zoning and all subsequent amendments thereto, are amended as set forth in subsection M.5.a. through f.  All property specific development standards (p-suffix conditions) are retained, repealed, amended or replaced by the property specific development standards as set forth in Appendix A to Ordinance 12824, the special district overlays as designated in Appendix B to Ordinance 12824 or the special requirements as designated in Appendix A to Ordinance 12822.

                         a.  The White Center Community Plan Area Zoning, contained in the Attachments to Ordinance 11568, as subsequently amended, is hereby further amended as set forth in Appendix D to Ordinance 12824.

                         b.  All property specific development standards established in Ordinance 11653, as amended, are hereby amended as set forth in Appendix E to Ordinance 12824.

                         c.  All property specific development standards established in Attachment A to Ordinance 11747, as amended, are hereby amended as set forth in Appendix F to Ordinance 12824.

                         d.  All property specific development standards established in Ordinance 12061, as amended, are hereby amended as set forth in Appendix G to Ordinance 12824.

                         e.  All property specific development standards established in Ordinance 12065, as amended, are hereby amended as set forth in K.C.C. 20.12.170.

                         f.  All property specific development standards established in Attachment A to Ordinance 12170, as amended, are hereby amended as set forth in Appendix H to Ordinance 12824.

                     SECTION 7.  Ordinance 13147, Section 19, amended, and K.C.C. 20.18.030 are hereby amended to read as follows:

                     A.  The King County Comprehensive Plan shall be amended in accordance with this chapter, which, in compliance with RCW 36.70A.130(2), establishes a public participation program whereby amendments are considered by the council no more frequently than once a year as part of the amendment cycle established in this chapter, except that the council may consider amendments more frequently to address:

                       1.  Emergencies;

                       2.  An appeal of the plan filed with the Central Puget Sound Growth Management Hearings Board or with the court;

                       3.  The initial adoption of a subarea plan, which may amend the urban growth area boundary only to redesignate land within a joint planning area;

                       4.  An amendment of the capital facilities element of the Comprehensive Plan that occurs in conjunction with the adoption of the county budget under K.C.C. 4A.100.010; or

                       5.  The adoption or amendment of a shoreline master program under chapter 90.58 RCW.

                     B.  Every year the Comprehensive Plan may be amended to address technical updates and corrections, and to consider amendments that do not require substantive changes to policy language, changes to the priority areas map, or changes to the urban growth area boundary, except as permitted in subsection B.((5, 10.)) 9. and ((12.)) 11. of this section.  This review may be referred to as the annual cycle.  The Comprehensive Plan, including subarea plans, may be amended in the annual cycle only to consider the following:

                       1.  Technical amendments to policy, text, maps or shoreline designations;

                       2.  The annual capital improvement plan;

                       3.  The transportation needs report;

                       4.  School capital facility plans;

                       5.  ((A mining site conversion demonstration project.  The demonstration project shall evaluate and address:

                         a.  potential options for the use of a reclaimed mine site, including the feasibility of residential use and/or long-term forestry on the demonstration project site;

                         b.  the impacts to carbon sequestration as a result of reforestation, and for residential use, the impacts to carbon sequestration when implementing modified standards for lot clustering or transfer of development rights;

                         c.  the need for a site design that compatibly integrates any proposed residential development on the demonstration project site with uses occurring on the adjacent rural or forest production district lands, especially if the proposed residential development utilizes modified standards for lot clustering and/or transfer of development rights;

                         d.  the levels and standards for reclamation of mining sites that are appropriate to their use either for long-term forestry and/or for residential development; and

                         e.  the need to ensure that the demonstration project provides an overall public benefit by providing permanent protection, as designated park or open space, of lands in the vicinity of the demonstration project site that form the headwaters of critical, high-valued habitat areas; or that remove the development potential from nonconforming legal parcels in the forest production district; or that provide linkages with other forest production district lands;

                       6.))  Changes required by existing Comprehensive Plan policies;

                       ((7.)) 6.  Changes to the technical appendices and any amendments required thereby;

                       ((8.)) 7.  Comprehensive updates of subarea plans initiated by motion;

                       ((9.)) 8.  Changes required by amendments to the countywide planning policies or state law;

                       ((10.)) 9.  Redesignation proposals under the four-to-one program as provided for in this chapter;

                       ((11.)) 10. Amendments necessary for the conservation of threatened and endangered species; ((and))

                       ((12.)) 11.  Site-specific ((comprehensive)) land use map amendments that do not require substantive change to comprehensive plan policy language and that do not alter the urban growth area boundary, except to correct mapping errors;

                       12.  Amendments resulting from subarea studies required by comprehensive plan policy that do not require substantive change to comprehensive plan policy language and that do not alter the urban growth area boundary, except to correct mapping errors; and

                       13.  Changes required to implement a study regarding the provision of wastewater services to a Rural Town.  The amendments shall be limited to policy amendments and adjustment to the boundaries of the Rural Town as needed to implement the preferred option identified in the study.

                     C.  Every fourth year beginning in 2000, the county shall complete a comprehensive review of the Comprehensive Plan in order to update it as appropriate and to ensure continued compliance with the GMA.  This review may provide for a cumulative analysis of the twenty-year plan based upon official population growth forecasts, benchmarks and other relevant data in order to consider substantive changes to policy language and changes to the urban growth area (((UGA))).  This comprehensive review shall begin one year in advance of the transmittal and may be referred to as the four-year cycle.  The urban growth area boundaries shall be reviewed in the context of the four-year cycle and in accordance with countywide planning policy ((FW))G-1 and RCW 36.70A.130.  If the county determines that the purposes of the Comprehensive Plan are not being achieved as evidenced by official population growth forecasts, benchmarks, trends and other relevant data, substantive changes to the Comprehensive Plan may also be considered on even calendar years.  This determination shall be authorized by motion.  The motion shall specify the scope of the even-year amendment, and identify that the resources necessary to accomplish the work are available.  An analysis of the motion's fiscal impact shall be provided to the council before to adoption.  The executive shall determine if additional funds are necessary to complete the even-year amendment, and may transmit an ordinance requesting the appropriation of supplemental funds.

                     D.  The executive shall seek public comment on the comprehensive plan and any proposed comprehensive plan amendments in accordance with the procedures in K.C.C. 20.18.160 before making a recommendation, in addition to conducting the public review and comment procedures required by SEPA.  The public shall be afforded at least one official opportunity to record public comment before ((to)) the transmittal of a recommendation by the executive to the council.  County-sponsored councils and commissions may submit written position statements that shall be considered by the executive before transmittal and by the council before adoption, if they are received in a timely manner.  The executive's recommendations for changes to policies, text and maps shall include the elements listed in Comprehensive Plan policy ((RP-307)) I-207 and analysis of their financial costs and public benefits, any of which may be included in environmental review documents.  Proposed amendments to the Comprehensive Plan shall be accompanied by any development regulations or amendments to development regulations, including area zoning, necessary to implement the proposed amendments.

                     SECTION 8.  Ordinance 4461, Section 10, amended, and K.C.C. 20.22.150 are hereby amended to read as follows:

                     When the examiner issues a recommendation regarding an application for a zone reclassification of property, the recommendation shall include findings on whether the application meets both of the following:

                     A.  The proposed rezone is consistent with the King County Comprehensive Plan; and

                     B.1.  The property is potentially zoned for the reclassification being requested;

                       2.  An adopted subarea plan, subarea study or area zoning specifies that the property shall be subsequently considered through an individual reclassification application; or

                       3.  The requested reclassification is based on changed conditions.

                     SECTION 9.  Ordinance 10870, Section 330, as amended, and K.C.C. 21A.08.030, are each hereby amended to read as follows:

                     A.  Residential land uses.

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