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<br />From: Richard Okimoto \[mailto:raoarch@mindspring.com\] <br />Sent: Friday, March 04, 2016 11:43 AM <br />To: Bjorback, Leif <br />Cc: 'Autumn Snow'; 'Wesley Snow' <br />Subject: RE: TRIKE STOP DAYCARE CENTER, EBP <br /> <br />Leif, <br /> <br />What you suggest in your email (marking the Site Plan submittal of Sheet XSP, dated 2/29/2016 yourself) <br />prior to signing off, is fine with me. Please accept this email response as evidence that I am in full <br />agreement with this procedure. <br /> <br />Thank you again for your quick response and continuing assistance. It is very much appreciated. <br /> <br />Best wishes, <br />Richard <br /> <br />Richard A. Okimoto, Architect <br />9924 - 225th Place SW, Edmonds, WA 98020-5924 <br />raoarch@mindspring.com (425)697-0983 mobile <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />From: Bjorback, Leif \[mailto:Leif.Bjorback@edmondswa.gov\] <br />Sent: Friday, March 4, 2016 10:57 AM <br />To: 'Richard Okimoto' <raoarch@mindspring.com> <br />Cc: 'Autumn Snow' <thetrikestop@comcast.net>; 'Wesley Snow' <saw_construction@comcast.net> <br />Subject: RE: TRIKE STOP DAYCARE CENTER, EBP <br /> <br />Richard, thank you for your clarification. Unless you would prefer to do this yourself, I will make a note <br />regarding the position of the access aisle on the current proposed site plan, and then sign off my review. <br />I will be out of the office this afternoon, but I should be able to get that done by Monday. <br /> <br />Thanks again, <br />Leif <br /> <br />From: Richard Okimoto \[mailto:raoarch@mindspring.com\] <br />Sent: Thursday, March 03, 2016 9:33 AM <br />To: Bjorback, Leif <br />Cc: 'Autumn Snow'; 'Wesley Snow' <br />Subject: RE: TRIKE STOP DAYCARE CENTER, EBP <br /> <br />Dear Leif, <br /> <br />I thank you for your thoughtful comments, and I will discuss this with Wes Snow at the jobsite. I don’t <br />plan to resubmit the Site Plan again – I think we can make the change on site when the striping is being <br />laid out by the AC Paving Subcontractor. There may be field conditions around the end of the sidewalk <br /> <br />