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Tree Board and Planning Commission Special Meeting Notice - April 20, 2014
The Woodinville Tree Board is hosting a fun and educational tree identification game (Tree-ster Egg Hunt) on Sunday, April 20. Activities begin at the Wilmot-Gateway Park with tree identification along the Sammamish River Trail. The objective of the Tree-ster Egg Hunt is to learn about the beautiful city trees and identify their names based on “clues” provided by the City of Woodinville Tree Board and staff. Tree Board members may, also, take part in discussions regarding City of Woodinville.
A quorum of the Woodinville Planning Commission may be present to participate in the City of Woodinville Tree-ster Egg Hunt and may, also, take part in discussions regarding City of Woodinville.
Sunday, April 20, 2014, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
17301 131st Avenue NE
Woodinville, WA 98072
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Notice of Decision - Montevallo Short Plat
Development of a four lot short plat, on an existing 12.22 acre parcel, within the Residential, 1 unit per acre (R-1) zone. Construction will include grading of approximately 6,600 cubic yards, as well as street, drainage, tree, landscaping, utility and critical area mitigation improvements. SEPA is required due to grading quantities and presence of water on the site.
Determination of Nonsignificance - Mack's Short Plat
Short Plat to divide 4.31 acre property into four lots with removal of all existing structures except for one single family home. Construction will include a private road and access, grading, storm drainage and tree retention. SEPA is required due to amount of grading of approximately 800 cubic yards of cut and fill.