Chapter 14.05
SHORELINE MANAGEMENT

Sections:

14.05.010  Authority to adopt Interim Shoreline Management Code.

14.05.020  Adoption of administrative rules.

14.05.030  Adoption of certain other laws.

14.05.040  Reference to hearing bodies.

14.05.010 Authority to adopt Interim Shoreline Management Code.

Pursuant to RCW 35.21.180, 35A.11.020, and 35A.21.160, the City adopts by reference KCC Title 25, Shoreline Management, attached to the ordinance codified in this chapter as Exhibit A and by this reference fully incorporated herein, as presently constituted or hereinafter amended, as the Interim Shoreline Management Code. A copy of KCC Title 25 has been filed with the City Clerk and identified with Clerk's Receiving No. 25. (Ord. O-97-40 § 1).

14.05.020 Adoption of administrative rules.

Hereby further adopted by reference are any and all implementing administrative rules now in effect regarding KCC Title 25, Shoreline Management, that have been adopted either pursuant to Chapter 2.98 KCC, Rules of County Agencies, KCC Title 23, Enforcement, or elsewhere in the King County Code except that, unless the context requires otherwise, any reference to the "County" or to "King County" shall refer to the City of Maple Valley, and any reference to County staff shall refer to the City Manager or his/her designee. (Ord. O-97-40 § 2).

14.05.030 Adoption of certain other laws.

To the extent that any provision of the King County Code, or any other law, rule or regulation referenced in the Shoreline Management Code attached to the ordinance codified in this chapter, is necessary or convenient to establish the validity, enforceability or interpretation of the Shoreline Management Code, then such provision of the King County Code, or other law, rule or regulation, is hereby adopted by reference. (Ord. O-97-40 § 3).

14.05.040 Reference to hearing bodies.

To the extent that the Shoreline Management Code attached to the ordinance codified in this chapter refers to planning commissions, board of appeals, hearing examiner, or any other similar body, the City Council may serve in all such roles, but retains the right to establish any one or more of such bodies at any time and without regard to whether any quasi-judicial or other matter is then pending. (Ord. O-97-40 § 4).