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<br />City of Edmonds <br />TH <br />121 5 AVENUE NORTH • EDMONDS, WA 98020 • (425) 771-0220 FAX(425) 771-0221 <br />PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT Engineering Division <br />Plan Review Corrections <br />Plan Check :Date: <br />#2008-0651 June 15, 2009 <br />th <br />Project Name/Address: <br /> Zubair 22415 100 Ave W Remodel <br />Contact Person/Address/Fax: <br /> Roger Patten roger@pattenarch.com <br />Reviewer: JoAnne ZulaufDivision:Engineering <br />During review of the subject submittal, it was found that the following information, corrections, or <br />clarifications would need to be addressed. All Handouts referred to in these comments can be accessed at <br />our website: www.ci.edmonds.wa.us under City Government / Development Services Department / <br />Engineering Division then scroll down to Handouts: <br />1.Done. <br />2.Done. <br />3.Done <br />4.07/02/09See Storm Engineers Comments. <br />STORM WATER ENGINEER REVIEW: <br />07/02/09 Storm Water Engineer, Jerry Shuster, Comments: <br />I've reviewed the submittal date June 23, 2009 for Gary A. Flower, PLLC regarding the drainage <br />requirement for this project and suggestions in a June 15, 2009 correspondence from the City to the <br />Permittee. <br />In response to Mr. Flowers comments on our suggestions, I will back up a little a give the project <br />some context relative to the City's stormwater requirement in Edmonds Community Development <br />Code 18.30. <br />This code requires stormwater controls for projects that create 2,000 square feet or more of new <br />impervious surface. The City has repeated asked for information on the amount of new impervious <br />surface added since 1977 and has not received a complete answer. As such, it is difficult for us to <br />know exactly what drainage requirements to require on this property which is further confounded by <br />the fact that most of work has been completed without records of how some of the features have <br />been constructed (i.e. infiltration trench and drywell). In addition, without a pre-setting catch basin, <br />the sand separating the paving stones has a high potential for running off and clogging the on-site <br />infiltration systems. <br />DATE FAXED/E-MAILED 7/2/2009 PAGE __1__ OF __1_ <br /> <br />