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File #: AM No. 20-083   
Type: New Business Status: Passed
File created: 6/10/2020 In control: City Council
On agenda: 6/16/2020 Final action: 6/16/2020
Title: Adoption of an Ordinance Imposing an Interim Official Control and a Resolution Setting a Reduced Fee for Temporary Use Permits Associated with Allowing Parking Lot, Sidewalk and Right-of-Way Use by Businesses to Meet Occupancy Limits of the Safe Start Plan Required to Reopen Washington's Economy and Emerge From the COVID-19 Pandemic 1. ORDINANCE NO. 3003: An Ordinance Responding to the COVID-19 Outbreak; Adopting an Interim Land Use Regulation Temporarily Amending Provisions of Redmond Zoning Code Chapter 21.46 Relating to the Authorization of Temporary Uses; Adopting Findings; Setting the Date for a Public Hearing on the Interim Regulations; Providing for Severability and Establishing an Immediate Effective Date 2. RESOLUTION NO. 1532: A Resolution Amending the Planning and Community Development Department Fee Schedule in Order to Provide a Fee For Permits Associated with the Temporary Use of Private Parking Lots for Patron Seating During the Safe Start Reopening of Washington's Ec...
Attachments: 1. Agenda Memo No. 20-083, 2. Attachment A: Ordinance, 3. Attachment B: Resolution
MEMO TO: Members of the City Council
FROM: Mayor Angela Birney
SUBJECT:

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Adoption of an Ordinance Imposing an Interim Official Control and a Resolution Setting a Reduced Fee for Temporary Use Permits Associated with Allowing Parking Lot, Sidewalk and Right-of-Way Use by Businesses to Meet Occupancy Limits of the Safe Start Plan Required to Reopen Washington's Economy and Emerge From the COVID-19 Pandemic

1. ORDINANCE NO. 3003: An Ordinance Responding to the COVID-19 Outbreak; Adopting an Interim Land Use Regulation Temporarily Amending Provisions of Redmond Zoning Code Chapter 21.46 Relating to the Authorization of Temporary Uses; Adopting Findings; Setting the Date for a Public Hearing on the Interim Regulations; Providing for Severability and Establishing an Immediate Effective Date

2. RESOLUTION NO. 1532: A Resolution Amending the Planning and Community Development Department Fee Schedule in Order to Provide a Fee For Permits Associated with the Temporary Use of Private Parking Lots for Patron Seating During the Safe Start Reopening of Washington's Economy

I. RECOMMENDED ACTION
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Adopt the attached Ordinance imposing an Interim Official Control to allow City permits to be issued for parking lot, sidewalk and right-of-way use by businesses to meet occupancy limits of the Safe Start Washington Phased Reopening for a period of six months pursuant to authority granted in RCW 36.70A.390 and RCW 35A.63.220. Because this is an Interim Official Control, a public hearing will be required within 60 days of the enactment of the Ordinance in order to remain in effect. Adopt the attached Resolution setting a reduced fee for Temporary Use Permits issued to allow business use of private parking lots to meet occupancy limits of the Safe Start plan.
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II. DEPARTMENT CONTACTS

Carol Helland, Director 425-556-2107
Sarah Pyle, Recovery Planning Manager 425-556-2426
Planning and Community Development




III. DESCRIPTION/...

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