Chapter 22A.040


22A.040.010    Purpose.

22A.040.020    General rules of interpretation.

22A.040.030    Existing project permit applications.

22A.040.010 Purpose.

The city of Marysville recognizes that various zoning applications were submitted or approved prior to the effective date of MMC Title 22. This chapter addresses the status of these applications, and how the adoption of MMC Title 22 affects them. (Ord. 2852 § 10 (Exh. A), 2011).

22A.040.020 General rules of interpretation.

Except as otherwise provided, all permits and land use approvals lawfully issued pursuant to repealed provisions of MMC Title 15, 19 or 20 no longer applicable to the property shall remain in full force and effect for two years from the effective date of repeal or zoning reclassification or until the expiration date of the respective permit or approval if the date is less than two years from the effective date of repeal or zoning reclassification.

All conditions associated with a project permit related mitigated determination of nonsignificance (MDNS) issued pursuant to the Washington State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) remain in effect in all cases unless the MDNS is amended. (Ord. 2852 § 10 (Exh. A), 2011).

22A.040.030 Existing project permit applications.

Project permit applications granted under MMC Title 15, 19 or 20 shall remain in effect until the date specified in the decision or as specified in MMC Title 15, 19 or 20. If no expiration date is specified, the approval shall remain in effect for two years from the effective date of MMC Title 22 for the property. When MMC Title 22 goes into effect, the property may, at the election of the property owner, be developed pursuant to either the existing approval or MMC Title 22 MMC. When the approval expires the property shall be regulated solely by the requirements of MMC Title 22. (Ord. 2852 § 10 (Exh. A), 2011).