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File #: 2007-0629    Version:
Type: Ordinance Status: Lapsed
File created: 12/3/2007 In control: Budget and Fiscal Management Committee
On agenda: Final action: 2/1/2010
Enactment date: Enactment #:
Title: AN ORDINANCE authorizing King County's sale of improved property, located at 22629 SE 206th Street, Maple Valley, within council district 9.
Sponsors: Reagan Dunn, Larry Phillips
Indexes: Property, Roads
Attachments: 1. A. Legal Description of Parcel 511240-0040, 2. B. Exhibit B Purchase and Sale Agreement for the Rolph Property Assessor's Parcel Number 511240-0045, 3. 2007-0629 Fiscal Note.doc, 4. 2007-0629 Parcel map.pdf, 5. 2007-0629 ROLPH - ORDINANCE VICINITY MAP.doc, 6. 2007-0629 Transmittal Letter.doc, 7. Staff Report 1-30-08 , 8. Staff Report & attachments .pdf, 9. REVISED Staff Report 1-30-08
Staff: Hamacher, Patrick
Clerk 11/29/2007
AN ORDINANCE authorizing King County's sale of improved property, located at 22629 SE 206th Street, Maple Valley, within council district 9.
SECTION 1. Findings:
A. King County's department of transportation, road services division is custodian of a parcel known as the Rolph property ("Rolph"), located at 22629 SE 206th Street, in Maple Valley. Rolph's assessor parcel number is 511240-0045 and is 5.02 acres in size. The property includes a single family residence and large garage. It is located adjacent to the King County's Taylor creek flood reduction and habitat restoration project, which was substantially completed in 2006.
B. Rolph was acquired by the road services division to allow for the relocation of Taylor creek, which had been flooding Maxwell Road, which lies adjacent to the property. It lies south of another parcel which had been purchased by King County water and land resources division for a larger stream and wetland restoration and enhancement project. Both these parcels were reconfigured to allow creation of a new 6.22 acre wetland parcel for protection of Taylor creek. Rolph was left with a newly configured 5.02 acres and its original improvements.
C. In 2007 the road services division determined the property surplus to its needs.
D. The facilities management division determined that the highest and best use of Rolph was for resale to the public as residential property.
E. Pursuant to K.C.C. 4.56.100, the facilities management division determined that Rolph does not meet the criteria for affordable housing.
F. Notices were circulated to other county departments and to various cities, water, sewer, fire and school districts regarding the county's plan to surplus and sell the property. None of the agencies expressed interest in its purchase, but the water and land resources division, which is the custodian of Taylor creek, reserve...

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