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A. Preapplication Meeting. All applicants proposing a land use development or activity within airport compatibility overlay zones 1 through 5 are strongly encouraged to attend a preapplication meeting with the city of Monroe, pursuant to MMC 22.84.040(C), Preapplication Meetings. As soon as the city is notified of such development or activity, a written notification shall be forwarded to the airport operator, and possibly the Washington State Department of Transportation, Aviation Division, with a request for comments.

1. Within ninety days of the effective date of the adopting ordinance for this chapter, and every five years after, the city of Monroe shall mail a disclosure notice to the property owners within the overlay area, which will include explanatory information regarding the designation and the associated land use restrictions. The notice shall include disclosure text stating:

Your property is within the Airport Compatibility Overlay, and you may be impacted by noise relating to activities at First Air Field, you may be required to provide First Air Field with an avigation easement, and are subject to the land use requirements of MMC Chapter 22.54, Airport Compatibility. For more information check the City website at [current website address], contact City Hall at [phone number for city staff contact person] or copies are available for review at City Hall, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

B. No use, building, structure, or development activity within the airport compatibility overlay shall be established, altered, or relocated by any person, firm, or corporation except as otherwise authorized by this chapter. Permits for such activities shall be processed in accordance with the underlying zone, subject to the additional standards adopted by this chapter.

C. A site plan shall be submitted clearly showing the following:

1. The location of the project in relation to First Air Field; and

2. The location and height of all proposed buildings, structures, and natural vegetation as measured from the airport surface.

3. The maximum elevation of proposed buildings or structures is based on the established airport elevations, and shall be confirmed by a licensed engineer or professional land surveyor on the site plan.

D. The permit issuing authority may require the applicant to submit any or all of the following information in addition to that required of a standard permit:

1. A project fact sheet that includes the acreage of the project/proposed use;

2. The geographical relationship to the airport compatibility overlay;

3. A description of the proposed land use including the number of dwelling units and/or number of people expected to occupy the site; and

4. An analysis of the proposal with respect to the density and intensity limitations contained in MMC 22.54.080(C). (Ord. 005/2019 § 10 (Exh. B))