August 28, 2019
2401 S. 35th Street
Tacoma, WA 98409
Public Hearing - Pierce County Hearing Examiner
Wednesday, August 28, 2019
Shoreline Variance and Fish & Wildlife Variance: Shuler
Applications: 914140, 914139
Applicants: Jeremy and Maureen Shuler
Planner: Robert Perez, Robert.email@example.com
Request: Pierce County Surface Water Management is proposing to relocate a single-family residence determined to be of historical significance located along Clarks Creek, moving the house to the south, out of the base flood elevation hazard zone. The project has been awarded FEMA grant funds for the relocation of the residence, mitigation on the destination parcel, and stabilization of the origin parcel. The site is in a High Intensity Shoreline Environment and Moderate Density Single Family (MSF) zone classification, located at 5003 66th Ave. E., Puyallup, WA, in Council District #2.
Biologist: Erick Thompson, Erick.firstname.lastname@example.org
Request: Relocate an existing single-family residence to an adjacent parcel requiring a Variance from the standard buffer of 150 ft., reduced to 35 ft., with a 5-ft. building setback along Clarks Creek. The site is in the High Intensity Shoreline Environment and Moderate Density Single-Family (MSF) zone classification, located at 5003 66th Ave. E., Puyallup, WA, in Council District #2.