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(continued) CW and to all other agencies that request in writing any such notice.



[Statutory Authority: RCW 90.58.140(3) and [90.58].200. 96-20-075 (Order 95-17), 173-27-110, filed 9/30/96, effective 10/31/96.]




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173-27-120
Special procedures for limited utility extensions and bulkheads.
(1) An application for a substantial development permit for a limited utility extension or for the construction of a bulkhead or other measures to protect a single-family residence and its appurtenant structures from shoreline erosion shall be subject to all of the requirements of this chapter except that the following time periods and procedures shall be used:

(a) The public comment period shall be twenty days. The notice provided shall state the manner in which the public may obtain a copy of the local government decision on the application no later than two days following its issuance;

(b) The local government shall issue its decision to grant or deny the permit within twenty-one days of the last day of the comment period specified in subsection (2)(a) of this section; and

(c) If there is an appeal of the decision to grant or deny the permit to the local government legislative authority, the appeal shall be finally determined by the legislative authority within thirty days.

(2) For purposes of this section, a limited utility extension means the extension of a utility service that:

(a) Is categorically exempt under chapter 43.21C RCW for one or more of the following: Natural gas, electricity, telephone, water, or sewer;

(b) Will serve an existing use in compliance with this chapter; and

(c) Will not extend more than two thousand five hundred linear feet within the shorelines of the state.



[Statutory Authority: RCW 90.58.140(3) and [90.58].200. 96-20-075 (Order 95-17), 173-27-120, filed 9/30/96, effective 10/31/96.]




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173-27-130
Filing with department.
(1) All applications for a permit or a permit revision shall be submitted to the department upon a final decision by local government. Final decision by local government shall mean the order or ruling, whether it be an approval or denial, which is established after all local administrative appeals related to the permit have concluded or the opportunity to initiate such appeals have lapsed.

(2) When a substantial development permit and a conditional use or variance permit are required for a development, the submittal on the permits shall be made concurrently.

(3) A complete submittal shall consist of the following documents and information:

(a) A copy of the complete application pursuant to WAC 173-27-180;

(b) Findings and conclusions that establish the basis for the decision including but not limited to identification of shoreline environment designation, applicable master program policies and regulations and the consistency of the project with appropriate review criteria for the type of permit(s) as established in WAC 173-27-140 through 173-27-170;

(c) The final decision of the local government;

(d) The permit data sheet required by WAC 173-27-190; and

(e) Where applicable, local government shall also file the applicable documents required by chapter 43.21C RCW, the State Environmental Policy Act, or in lieu thereof, a statement summarizing the actions and dates of such actions taken under chapter 43.21C RCW.

(4) When the project has been modified in the course of the local review process, plans or text shall be provided to the department that clearly indicate the final approved plan.

(5) Submittal of substantial development permits, conditional use permits, variances, rescissions and revisions is complete when all of the documents required pursuant to subsections (3) and (4) of this section have been received by the department. If the department determines that the submittal does not contain all of the documents and information required by this section, the department shall identify the deficiencies and so notify local government and the applicant in writing. The submittal and permit are void unless and until the material requested in writing is submitted to the department.

(6) "Date of filing" of a local government final decision involving approval or denial of a substantial development permit, or involving a denial of a variance or conditional use permit, is the date of actual receipt of a complete submittal by the department.

(7) "Date of filing" of a permit for a conditional use or variance approved by local government, and such permits which also involve concurrent submittal by local government of a substantial development permit, is the date of transmittal of the department's final decision on the variance or conditional use permit to local government and the applicant.

(8) The department shall provide a written notice to the local government and the applicant of the "date of filing."

(9) When a permit has been appealed pursuant to RCW 90.58.180, upon conclusion of all review proceedings, a copy of the final order shall be provided to the local government and the department. When the project has been modified in the course of the review proceeding, plans or text shall be provided to the local government, consistent with the provisions of WAC 173-27-180, that clearly indicate the final approved plan and the local government shall reissue the permit accordingly and submit a copy of the reissued permit and supporting documents consistent with subsection (3) of this section to the department for completion of the file on the permit. The purpose of this provision is to assure that the local and department files on the permit are complete and accurate and not to provide a new opportunity for appeal of the permit.



[Statutory Authority: RCW 90.58.140(3) and [90.58].200. 96-20-075 (Order 95-17), 173-27-130, filed 9/30/96, effective 10/31/96.]




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173-27-140
Review criteria for all development.
(1) No authorization to undertake use or development on shorelines of the state shall be granted by the local government unless upon review the use or development is determined to be consistent with the policy and provisions of the Shoreline Management Act and the master program.

(2) No permit shall be issued for any new or expanded building or structure of more than thirty-five feet above average grade level on shorelines of the state that will obstruct the view of a substantial number of residences on areas adjoining such shorelines except where a master program does not prohibit the same and then only when overriding considerations of the public interest will be served.



[Statutory Authority: RCW 90.58.140(3) and [90.58].200. 96-20-075 (Order 95-17), 173-27-140, filed 9/30/96, effective 10/31/96.]




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173-27-150
Review criteria for substantial development permits.
(1) A substantial development permit shall be granted only when the development proposed is consistent with:

(a) The policies and procedures of the act;

(b) The provisions of this regulation; and

(c) The applicable master program adopted or approved for the area. Provided, that where no master program has been approved for an area, the development shall be reviewed for consistency with the provisions of chapter 173-26 WAC, and to the extent feasible, any draft or approved master program which can be reasonably ascertained as representing the policy of the local government.

(2) Local government may attach conditions to the approval of permits as necessary to assure consistency of the project with the act and the local master program.



[Statutory Authority: RCW 90.58.140(3) and [90.58].200. 96-20-075 (Order 95-17), 173-27-150, filed 9/30/96, effective 10/31/96.]




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173-27-160
Review criteria for conditional use permits.
The purpose of a conditional use permit is to provide a system within the master program which allows flexibility in the application of use regulations in a manner consistent with the policies of RCW 90.58.020. In authorizing a conditional use, special conditions may be attached to the permit by local government or the department to prevent undesirable effects of the proposed use and/or to assure consistency of the project with the act and the local master program.

(1) Uses which are classified or set forth in the applicable master program as conditional uses may be authorized provided that the applicant demonstrates all of the following:

(a) That the proposed use is consistent with the policies of RCW 90.58.020 and the master program;

(b) That the proposed use will not interfere with the normal public use of public shorelines;

(c) That the proposed use of the site and design of the project is compatible with other authorized uses within the area and with uses planned for the area under the comprehensive plan and shoreline master program;

(d) That the proposed use will cause no significant adverse effects to the shoreline environment in which it is to be located; and

(e) That the public interest suffers no substantial detrimental effect.

(2) In the granting of all conditional use permits, consideration shall be given to the cumulative impact of additional requests for like actions in the area. For example, if conditional use permits were granted for other developments in the area where similar circumstances exist, the total of the conditional uses shall also remain consistent with the policies of RCW 90.58.020 and shall not produce substantial adverse effects to the shoreline environment.

(3) Other uses which are not classified or set forth in the applicable master program may be authorized as conditional uses provided the applicant can demonstrate consistency with the requirements of this section and the requirements for conditional uses contained in the master program.

(4) Uses which are specifically prohibited by the master program may not be authorized pursuant to either subsection (1) or (2) of this section.



[Statutory Authority: RCW 90.58.140(3) and [90.58].200. 96-20-075 (Order 95-17), 173-27-160, filed 9/30/96, effective 10/31/96.]




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173-27-170
Review criteria for variance permits.
The purpose of a variance permit is strictly limited to granting relief from specific bulk, dimensional or performance standards set forth in the applicable master program where there are extraordinary circumstances relating to the physical character or configuration of property such that the strict implementation of the master program will impose unnecessary hardships on the applicant or thwart the policies set forth in RCW 90.58.020.

(1) Variance permits should be granted in circumstances where denial of the permit would result in a thwarting of the policy enumerated in RCW 90.58.020. In all instances the applicant must demonstrate that extraordinary circumstances shall be shown and the public interest shall suffer no substantial detrimental effect.

(2) Variance permits for development and/or uses that will be located landward of the ordinary high water mark (OHWM), as defined in RCW 90.58.030 (2)(b), and/or landward of any wetland as defined in RCW 90.58.030 (2)(h), may be authorized provided the applicant can demonstrate all of the following:

(a) That the strict application of the bulk, dimensional or performance standards set forth in the applicable master program precludes, or significantly interferes with, reasonable use of the property;

(b) That the hardship described in (a) of this subsection is specifically related to the property, and is the result of unique conditions such as irregular lot shape, size, or natural features and the application of the master program, and not, for example, from deed restrictions or the applicant's own actions;

(c) That the design of the project is compatible with other authorized uses within the area and with uses planned for the area under the comprehensive plan and shoreline master program and will not cause adverse impacts to the shoreline environment;

(d) That the variance will not constitute a grant of special privilege not enjoyed by the other properties in the area;

(e) That the variance requested is the minimum necessary to afford relief; and

(f) That the public interest will suffer no substantial detrimental effect.

(3) Variance permits for development and/or uses that will be located waterward of the ordinary high water mark (OHWM), as defined in RCW 90.58.030 (2)(b), or within any wetland as defined in RCW 90.58.030 (2)(h), may be authorized provided the applicant can demonstrate all of the following:

(a) That the strict application of the bulk, dimensional or performance standards set forth in the applicable master program precludes all reasonable use of the property;

(b) That the proposal is consistent with the criteria established under subsection (2)(b) through (f) of this section; and

(c) That the public rights of navigation and use of the shorelines will not be adversely affected.

(4) In the granting of all variance permits, consideration shall be given to the cumulative impact of additional requests for like actions in the area. For example if variances were granted to other developments and/or uses in the area where similar circumstances exist the total of the variances shall also remain consistent with the policies of RCW 90.58.020 and shall not cause substantial adverse effects to the shoreline environment.

(5) Variances from the use regulations of the master program are prohibited.



[Statutory Authority: RCW 90.58.140(3) and [90.58].200. 96-20-075 (Order 95-17), 173-27-170, filed 9/30/96, effective 10/31/96.]




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173-27-180
Application requirements for substantial development, conditional use, or variance permit.
A complete application for a substantial development, conditional use, or variance permit shall contain, as a minimum, the following information:

(1) The name, address and phone number of the applicant. The applicant should be the owner of the property or the primary proponent of the project and not the representative of the owner or primary proponent.

(2) The name, address and phone number of the applicant's representative if other than the applicant.

(3) The name, address and phone number of the property owner, if other than the applicant.

(4) Location of the property. This shall, at a minimum, include the property address and identification of the section, township and range to the nearest quarter, quarter section or latitude and longitude to the nearest minute. All applications for projects located in open water areas away from land shall provide a longitude and latitude location.

(5) Identification of the name of the shoreline (water body) that the site of the proposal is associated with. This should be the water body from which jurisdiction of the act over the project is derived.

(6) A general description of the proposed project that includes the proposed use or uses and the activities necessary to accomplish the project.

(7) A general description of the property as it now exists including its physical characteristics and improvements and structures.

(8) A general description of the vicinity of the proposed project including identification of the adjacent uses, structures and improvements, intensity of development and physical characteristics.

(9) A site development plan consisting of maps and elevation drawings, drawn to an appropriate scale to depict clearly all required information, photographs and text which shall include:

(a) The boundary of the parcel(s) of land upon which the development is proposed.

(b) The ordinary high water mark of all water bodies located adjacent to or within the boundary of the project. This may be an approximate location provided, that for any development where a determination of consistency with the applicable regulations requires a precise location of the ordinary high water mark the mark shall be located precisely and the biological and hydrological basis for the location as indicated on the plans shall be included in the development plan. Where the ordinary high water mark is neither adjacent to or within the boundary of the project, the plan shall indicate the distance and direction to the nearest ordinary high water mark of a shoreline.

(c) Existing and proposed land contours. The contours shall be at intervals sufficient to accurately determine the existing character of the property and the extent of proposed change to the land that is necessary for the development. Areas within the boundary that will not be altered by the development may be indicated as such and contours approximated for that area.

(d) A delineation of all wetland areas that will be altered or used as a part of the development.

(e) A general indication of the character of vegetation found on the site.

(f) The dimensions and locations of all existing and proposed structures and improvements including but not limited to; buildings, paved or graveled areas, roads, utilities, septic tanks and drainfields, material stockpiles or surcharge, and stormwater management facilities.

(g) Where applicable, a landscaping plan for the project.

(h) Where applicable, plans for development of areas on or off the site as mitigation for impacts associated with the proposed project shall be included and contain information consistent with the requirements of this section.

(i) Quantity, source and composition of any fill material that is placed on the site whether temporary or permanent.

(j) Quantity, composition and destination of any excavated or dredged material.

(k) A vicinity map showing the relationship of the property and proposed development or use to roads, utilities, existing developments and uses on adjacent properties.

(l) Where applicable, a depiction of the impacts to views from existing residential uses and public areas.

(m) On all variance applications the plans shall clearly indicate where development could occur without approval of a variance, the physical features and circumstances on the property that provide a basis for the request, and the location of adjacent structures and uses.



[Statutory Authority: RCW 90.58.140(3) and [90.58].200. 96-20-075 (Order 95-17), 173-27-180, filed 9/30/96, effective 10/31/96.]




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173-27-190
Permits for substantial development, conditional use, or variance.
(1) Each permit for a substantial development, conditional use or variance, issued by local government shall contain a provision that construction pursuant to the permit shall not begin and is not authorized until twenty-one days from the date of filing as defined in RCW 90.58.140(6) and WAC 173-27-130, or until all review proceedings initiated within twenty-one days from the date of such filing have been terminated; except as provided in RCW 90.58.140 (5)(a) and (b).

(2) Permits for substantial development, conditional use, or variance may be in any form prescribed and used by local government including a combined permit application form. Such forms will be supplied by local government.

(3) A permit data sheet shall be submitted to the department with each shoreline permit. The permit data sheet form shall be as provided in Appendix A of this regulation.



[Statutory Authority: RCW 90.58.140(3) and [90.58].200. 96-20-075 (Order 95-17), 173-27-190, filed 9/30/96, effective 10/31/96.]




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173-27-200
Department review of conditional use and variance permits.
(1) After local government approval of a conditional use or variance permit, local government shall submit the permit to the department for the department's approval, approval with conditions, or denial. The department shall render and transmit to local government and the applicant its final decision approving, approving with conditions, or disapproving the permit within thirty days of the date of submittal by local government pursuant to WAC 173-27-110.

(2) The department shall review the complete file submitted by local government on conditional use and variance permits and any other information submitted or available that is relevant to the application. The department shall base its determination to approve, approve with conditions or deny a conditional use permit or variance on consistency with the policy and provisions of the act and, except as provided in WAC 173-27-210, the criteria in WAC 173-27-160 and 173-27-170.

(3) Local government shall provide timely notification of the department's final decision to those interested persons having requested notification from local government pursuant to WAC 173-27-130.



[Statutory Authority: RCW 90.58.140(3) and [90.58].200. 96-20-075 (Order 95-17), 173-27-200, filed 9/30/96, effective 10/31/96.]




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173-27-210
Minimum standards for conditional use and variance permits.
Pursuant to RCW 90.58.100(5) and 90.58.140(3), the criteria contained in WAC 173-27-160 and 173-27-170 for shoreline conditional use and variance permits shall constitute the minimum criteria for review of these permits by local government and the department. Local government and the department may, in addition, apply the more restrictive criteria where they exist in approved and adopted master programs.



[Statutory Authority: RCW 90.58.140(3) and [90.58].200. 96-20-075 (Order 95-17), 173-27-210, filed 9/30/96, effective 10/31/96.]




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173-27-220
Requests for review.
All requests for review of any final permit decisions under chapter 90.58 RCW and chapter 173-27 WAC are governed by the procedures established in RCW 90.58.180 and chapter 461-08 WAC, the rules of practice and procedure of the shorelines hearings board.



[Statutory Authority: RCW 90.58.140(3) and [90.58].200. 96-20-075 (Order 95-17), 173-27-220, filed 9/30/96, effective 10/31/96.]




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173-27-240
Authority and purpose.
This part is adopted under RCW 90.58.200 and 90.58.210 to implement the enforcement responsibilities of the department and local government under the Shoreline Management Act. The act calls for a cooperative program between local government and the state. It provides for a variety of means of enforcement, including civil and criminal penalties, orders to cease and desist, orders to take corrective action, and permit rescission. The following should be used in addition to other mechanisms already in place at the local level and does not preclude other means of enforcement.



[Statutory Authority: RCW 90.58.140(3) and [90.58].200. 96-20-075 (Order 95-17), 173-27-240, filed 9/30/96, effective 10/31/96.]




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173-27-250
Definitions.
The definitions contained in WAC 173-27-030 shall apply in this part also except that the following shall apply when used in this part of the regulations:

(1) "Permit" means any form of permission required under the act prior to undertaking activity on shorelines of the state, including substantial development permits, variances, conditional use permits, permits for oil or natural gas exploration activities, permission which may be required for selective commercial timber harvesting, and shoreline exemptions; and

(2) "Exemption" means authorization from local government which establishes that an activity is exempt from substantial development permit requirements under WAC 173-27-040, but subject to regulations of the act and the local master program.



[Statutory Authority: RCW 90.58.140(3) and [90.58].200. 96-20-075 (Order 95-17), 173-27-250, filed 9/30/96, effective 10/31/96.]




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173-27-260
Policy.
These regulations should be used by local government in carrying out enforcement responsibilities under the act, unless local government adopts separate rules to implement the act's enforcement provision.

Enforcement action by the department or local government may be taken whenever a person has violated any provision of the act or any master program or other regulation promulgated under the act. The choice of enforcement action and the severity of any penalty should be based on the nature of the violation, the damage or risk to the public or to public resources, and/or the existence or degree of bad faith of the persons subject to the enforcement action.



[Statutory Authority: RCW 90.58.140(3) and [90.58].200. 96-20-075 (Order 95-17), 173-27-260, filed 9/30/96, effective 10/31/96.]




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173-27-270
Order to cease and desist.
Local government and/or the department shall have the authority to serve upon a person a cease and desist order if an activity being undertaken on shorelines of the state is in violation of chapter 90.58 RCW or the local master program.

(1) Content of order. The order shall set forth and contain:

(a) A description of the specific nature, extent, and time of violation and the damage or potential damage; and

(b) A notice that the violation or the potential violation cease and desist or, in appropriate cases, the specific corrective action to be taken within a given time. A civil penalty under WAC 173-27-280 may be issued with the order.

(2) Effective date. The cease and desist order issued under this section shall become effective immediately upon receipt by the person to whom the order is directed.

(3) Compliance. Failure to comply with the terms of a cease and desist order can result in enforcement actions including, but not limited to, the issuance of a civil penalty.



[Statutory Authority: RCW 90.58.140(3) and [90.58].200. 96-20-075 (Order 95-17), 173-27-270, filed 9/30/96, effective 10/31/96.]




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173-27-280
Civil penalty.
(1) A person who fails to conform to the terms of a substantial development permit, conditional use permit or variance issued under RCW 90.58.140, who undertakes a development or use on shorelines of the state without first obtaining a permit, or who fails to comply with a cease and desist order issued under these regulations may be subject to a civil penalty by local government. The department may impose a penalty jointly with local government, or alone only upon an additional finding that a person:

(a) Has previously been subject to an enforcement action for the same or similar type of violation of the same statute or rule; or

(b) Has been given previous notice of the same or similar type of violation of the same statute or rule; or

(c) The violation has a probability of placing a person in danger of death or bodily harm; or

(d) Has a probability of causing more than minor environmental harm; or

(e) Has a probability of causing physical damage to the property of another in an amount exceeding one thousand dollars.

(2) In the alternative, a penalty may be issued to a person by the department alone, or jointly with local government for violations which do not meet the criteria of subsection (1)(a) through (e) of this section, after the following information has been provided in writing to a person through a technical assistance visit or a notice of correction:

(a) A description of the condition that is not in compliance and a specific citation to the applicable law or rule;

(b) A statement of what is required to achieve compliance;

(c) The date by which the agency requires compliance to be achieved;

(d) Notice of the means to contact any technical assistance services provided by the agency or others; and

(e) Notice of when, where, and to whom a request to extend the time to achieve compliance for good cause may be filed with the agency.

Furthermore, no penalty shall be issued by the department until the individual or business has been given a reasonable time to correct the violation and has not done so.

(3) Amount of penalty. The penalty shall not exceed one thousand dollars for each violation. Each day of violation shall constitute a separate violation.

(4) Aiding or abetting. Any person who, through an act of commission or omission procures, aids or abets in the violation shall be considered to have committed a violation for the purposes of the civil penalty.

(5) Notice of penalty. A civil penalty shall be imposed by a notice in writing, either by certified mail with return receipt requested or by personal service, to the person incurring the same from the department and/or the local government, or from both jointly. The notice shall describe the violation, approximate the date(s) of violation, and shall order the acts constituting the violation to cease and desist, or, in appropriate cases, require necessary corrective action within a specific time.

(6) Application for remission or mitigation. Any person incurring a penalty may apply in writing within thirty days of receipt of the penalty to the department or local government for remission or mitigation of such penalty. Upon receipt of the application, the department or local government may remit or mitigate the penalty only upon a demonstration of extraordinary circumstances, such as the presence of information or factors not considered in setting the original penalty.

When a penalty is imposed jointly by the department and local government, it may be remitted or mitigated only upon such terms as both the department and the local government agree.



[Statutory Authority: RCW 90.58.140(3) and [90.58].200. 96-20-075 (Order 95-17), 173-27-280, filed 9/30/96, effective 10/31/96.]




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173-27-290
Appeal of civil penalty.
(1) Right of appeal. Persons incurring a penalty imposed by the department or imposed jointly by the department and local government may appeal the same to the shorelines hearings board. Appeals to the shorelines hearings board are adjudicatory proceedings subject to the provisions of chapter 34.05 RCW. Persons incurring a penalty imposed by local government may appeal the same to the local government legislative authority.

(2) Timing of appeal. Appeals shall be filed within thirty days of receipt of notice of penalty unless an application for remission or mitigation is made to the department or local government. If such application is made, appeals shall be filed within thirty days of receipt of local government's and/or the department's decision regarding the remission or mitigation.

(3) Penalties due.

(a) Penalties imposed under this section shall become due and payable thirty days after receipt of notice imposing the same unless application for remission or mitigation is made or an appeal is filed. Whenever an application for remission or mitigation is made, penalties shall become due and payable thirty days after receipt of local government's and/or the department's decision regarding the remission or mitigation. Whenever an appeal of a penalty is filed, the penalty shall become due and payable upon completion of all review proceedings and upon the issuance of a final decision confirming the penalty in whole or in part.

(b) If the amount of a penalty owed the department is not paid within thirty days after it becomes due and payable, the attorney general, upon request of the department, shall bring an action in the name of the state of Washington to recover such penalty. If the amount of a penalty owed local government is not paid within thirty days after it becomes due and payable, local government may take actions necessary to recover such penalty.

(4) Penalty recovered. Penalties recovered by the department shall be paid to the state treasurer. Penalties recovered by local government shall be paid to the local government treasury. Penalties recovered jointly by the department and local government shall be divided equally between the department and the local government unless otherwise stipulated in the order.



[Statutory Authority: RCW 90.58.140(3) and [90.58].200. 96-20-075 (Order 95-17), 173-27-290, filed 9/30/96, effective 10/31/96.]




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173-27-300
Criminal penalty.
The procedures for criminal penalties shall be governed by RCW 90.58.220.



[Statutory Authority: RCW 90.58.140(3) and [90.58].200. 96-20-075 (Order 95-17), 173-27-300, filed 9/30/96, effective 10/31/96.]




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173-27-310
Oil or natural gas exploration Penalty.
Persons violating the provisions of RCW 90.58.550 or chapter 173-15 WAC shall be subject to a civil penalty issued by the department in an amount of up to five thousand dollars a day. The procedures for oil or natural gas exploration penalties shall be governed by RCW 90.58.560.



[Statutory Authority: RCW 90.58.140(3) and [90.58].200. 96-20-075 (Order 95-17), 173-27-310, filed 9/30/96, effective 10/31/96.]




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173-27-990
Appendix A.




Appendix AShoreline Management Act

Permit Data Sheet and Transmittal Letter

From: (local government) To: (appropriate Ecology office)



Date of Transmittal: Date of Receipt: (provided by Ecology)
Type of Permit: (Indicate all that apply)
Substantial Development ; Conditional Use ; Variance ; Revision ; Other .
Local Government Decision: Approval ; Conditional Approval ; Denial :
Applicant Information: Applicant's Representative: (if primary contact)
Name: Name:

Address: Address:



Phone(s): Phone(s):

Is the applicant the property owner? yes no
Location of the Property: (Section Township and Range to the nearest 1/4, 1/4 Section or latitude and longitude, and a street address where available)



Water Body Name:
Shoreline of Statewide Significance: Yes No .
Environment Designation:
Description of the Project: (Summary of the intended use or project purpose)



Notice of Application Date: Final Decision Date:
By: (Local Government Primary Contact on this Application)
Phone No:





[Statutory Authority: RCW 90.58.140(3) and [90.58].200. 96-20-075 (Order 95-17), 173-27-990, filed 9/30/96, effective 10/31/96.]