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Public Notice 15-1335

SEPA DETERMINATION

MITIGATED DETERMINATION OF NONSIGNIFICANCE

For

Sunny Hills Elementary

DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSAL:

The proposal is to construct a new elementary in the area of the existing playfield to replace the existing school originally opened in 1963.  The new school will enhance safety and security by enclosing circulation pathways. The new building will be two stories to reduce the footprint area and will be significantly more energy efficient and much more sustainable. Stormwater control, treatment and discharge will be in compliance with current rules and regulations which are much more stringent than those required when the school was originally built.

The new school will include 32 regular classrooms serving a planned 664 students with the potential future addition of 8 portable classrooms and an additional 160 students and staff. The project will provide 117 parking spaces. Parent, visitor and most staff cars will enter the site from Issaquah-Pine Lake Road. To enhance safety and reduce traffic on Issaquah-Pine Lake Road, 6-10 buses, service vehicles and some staff will access the site from 235th Place SE.

Channelization improvements will be provided along Issaquah-Pine Lake Road, including a right turn-in lane, left turn-in lane, acceleration lane for left turn exiting cars, and appropriate signage.

The project will start construction in May 2015 with occupancy in September 2016. Following the end of school in June 2016, demolition of the existing school will begin to allow completion of the new entrance, parking, final landscaping and playfields. Final work is planned to be completed by the end of 2016.

LOCATION OF PROPOSAL:

The project is located at 3200 Issaquah-Pine Lake Rd. SE in Sammamish, Washington at the site of the current Sunny Hills Elementary School.  The new building will be located east of the existing Sunny Hills Elementary School buildings.

King County Assessor’s Tax Account Numbers: 102406-9041

LEAD AGENCY AND PROPONENT: Issaquah School District

The Issaquah School District is the SEPA lead agency for the project. The MDNS will be published April 15, 2015.  Following the April 15, 2015 MDNS publication, a 14 day comment and appeal period will end at 4:00 PM April 29, 2015. If no additional mitigation is needed, the SEPA MDNS will be issued as final on April 30, 2015 upon conclusion of the comment and appeal period.

RESPONSIBLE OFFICIAL:Steve Crawford, Director of Capital Projects

Issaquah School District #411

THRESHOLD DETERMINATION:

The lead agency has determined that the requirements for environmental analysis and protection have been adequately addressed in the development regulations and comprehensive plan adopted under chapter 36.70A RCW, and in other applicable local, state, or federal laws or rules, as provided by RCW 43.21C.240 and WAC 197-11-158 and/or mitigating measures have been applied that ensure no significant adverse impacts will be created or mitigation measures have been included as part of this determination which alleviates any probable significant adverse environmental impact.

An environmental impact statement (EIS) is not required under RCW 43.21C.030 (2) (c).  This decision was made after review of an environmental checklist and other information on file with the lead agency and the City of Sammamish (project file numbers CSDP2015-00026 and COM2015-00259). This information is available to the public on request.

MITIGATING MEASURES:

The Issaquah School District will provide mitigation measures consistent with the City of Sammamish permit requirements and conditions. In accordance with City of Sammamish approved impact fee ordinances, impacts are to be determined through the project review process and will be paid at the time of Building Permit issuance. Credit will be given in the calculations for the existing school facility.

Channelization and signage improvements along the Issaquah-Pine Lake Road will be constructed as part of the project. No direct wetland impacts will occur as a result of the project. Permanent buffer impacts for fill slopes are limited to a small area and will be mitigated using the City’s standard buffer averaging criteria.

Rain gardens will be used to manage stormwater, providing water quality treatment of runoff and limited infiltration. In addition, stormwater pond design will include oil/water separators for each discharge point from the site.

Temporary Erosion and Sedimentation Controls (TESC), Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan, NPDES Permit and best management practices (BMP) will be implemented and maintained by the contractor.

The project will comply with current codes, standards, rules and regulations.

PUBLIC NOTICE AND COMMENT PERIOD:

This Mitigated Determination of Nonsignificance (MDNS) issued under WAC 197-11-350; the lead agency will not act on this proposal for 14 days from the date of issue. The responsible official will reconsider the MDNS based on timely comments and may retain, modify, or if significant adverse impacts are likely, withdraw the MDNS. If the MDNS is retained, it will be final after the expiration of the comment deadline. There is no administrative appeal for this SEPA determination.

Notice of this MDNS will be published in the Legal Notices section of The Sammamish Review weekly newspaper on Wednesday, April 15 and Wednesday, April 22, 2015.  In addition, notice of this MDNS will be mailed to parties of record and nearby property owners.

A copy of the Mitigated Determination of Nonsignificance was posted at the site.

WRITTEN COMMENTS OR ANY APPEALS MUST BE RECEIVED BY THE ISSAQUAH SCHOOL DISTRICT NO LATER THAN 4:00 PM, April 29, 2015.

Appeals must be in writing and state the perceived errors in the Threshold Determination, specific reasons why the Determination should be reversed or modified, any harm the Appellant will suffer if the Threshold Determination remains unchanged and the desired outcome of the appeal. If the Appellant is a group, the harm to any one or more of the individuals must be stated. Failure to meet these requirements will result in dismissal of the appeal.

Steve Crawford, Director of Capital Projects

Issaquah School District

565 NW Holly Street

Issaquah, WA 98027

Published in the Sammamish Review on April 15th and April 22nd, 2015.

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ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by Issaquah School District No. 411, 565 NW Holly Street, Issaquah, Washington 98027-2899, for the construction of the Sunny Hills Elementary School Project located at 3200 Issaquah Pine Lake Road SE, Sammamish, WA. The project includes construction of an approximately 80,000 square foot two-story building and two covered play structures on a 12.6 acre site including all related site work, off-site street improvements and demolition of existing 42,000 square foot one-story buildings.  The engineer’s estimate for this project is $22,000,000.

Base bids and Unit Prices, Part One Form of Bid, will be received at Issaquah School District Administration Center, 565 Holly Street, Issaquah, WA 98027, no later than 3:00 PM on Thursday, May 14, 2015, time stamped and held unopened. Alternate bids, and subcontractor lists will be received on Part Two Form of Bid no later than 4:00 PM, Thursday, May 14, 2015, time stamped and held unopened. All bids will be opened and read aloud following the 4:00 PM deadline.

Each bid and other enclosures shall be submitted in an opaque, sealed envelope, bearing the name and address of the Bidder and addressed to the Owner, Issaquah School District.  Label the lower left corner of the envelope “Sunny Hill Elementary School Project”.

A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held at the project site, on Thursday April 23, 2015 at 3:00 PM to answer questions and review the scope of work, review the documents and afterward to tour the site.  All general contractors submitting a bid are required to have a representative in attendance at the pre-bid meeting and to sign in on an attendance sheet.  No exception to this requirement.

Contractors may purchase copies of the contract documents from United Reprographics, 1750 4th Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98134, (206) 382-1177.   Plans, specifications, addenda, and plan holders list for this project are available by contacting Theresa Johns at United Reprographics extension 203 or email tjohns@unitedreprographics.com.

Copies of Contract Documents may be examined at the following locations:

Cornerstone Architectural Group Kenmore, WA

AGC Plan Center Spokane, WA

Associated Subcontractors Plan Center Tacoma, WA

Builders Exchange Cooperative Everett

Contractor Resource Center Seattle, WA

DJC Plan Center Portland, OR & Seattle, WA

Factory Small Business Incubator Tacoma, WA

iSqFt Planroom Seattle, WA

iSqFt Planroom Cincinnati, OH

Lower Columbia Contractors Longview, WA

McGraw Hill / Dodge Data & Analytical Portland, OR

Minority Contractors Tacoma, WA

Olympia Plan Center Olympia, WA

Olympic Peninsula Plan Center Bremerton, WA

Oregon Contractor Plan Center Clackamas, OR

Reed Construction Data Norcross, GA

Spokane Regional Plan Center Spokane, WA

SW Washington Contractors Association Vancouver, WA

Tri City Construction Council Kennewick, WA

Valley Plan Center Seattle, WA

Walla Walla Plan Center Walla Walla, WA

Weekly Construction Reporter Bellingham

Wenatchee Construction Council Wenatchee, WA

Yakima Plan Center Yakima, WA

Contractor must comply with the subcontractor listing requirements specified Section 00 20 00 of the Form of Bid and Instructions to Bidders.  A Bid Deposit of five percent (5%) of the total amount of the base bid is required and must be submitted with the bid in the form of a surety bond, postal money order, cashier’s check, or certified check.  Bid Deposit of unsuccessful bidders will be returned; however, the three lowest will be held until after award of Contract.  Bid Deposit of successful bidder will be returned upon receipt and acceptance of completed Performance and Payment Bond, Certificate of Insurance and signed Contract Agreement.

A one hundred percent (100%) contractor’s Performance and Payment Bond; a Public Works Contract (AIA Form A101 or other form supplied by Owner); and Certificate(s) and Endorsement(s) of Issuance per Article II of the Supplemental Conditions are required before award is final.

Pursuant to RCW 39.12, no workman, laborer, or mechanic employed in performance of any part of this contract shall be paid less than the “prevailing rate of wage” (in effect as of the date that bids are due) as determined by the Industrial Statistician of the Dept. of Labor & Industries.  Copies of the prevailing wage rate schedule are included in the Project Manual and are available directly from the Department of Labor & Industries.

The Issaquah School District reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to waive any irregularities or informalities.  The right is reserved by the Issaquah School District to postpone contract award for the period of thirty (30) days after the bid opening.  The Issaquah School district is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  No bidder may withdraw the bid after the hour set for the opening thereof, or before award of contract, unless said award is delayed for a period exceeding thirty (30) days.

Mike Archer, Construction Coordinator, may be reached at (425) 864-1877.

Dated this 13th day of April 2015.

By the Order of the BOARD OF DIRECTORS

ISSAQUAH SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 411

KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON

Published in the Sammamish Review on April 15th and April 22nd, 2015.

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Public Notice 15?1332

NOTICE APRIL 28TH SPECIAL
ELECTION

Proposition No. 1 ? Klahanie Annexa-
tion Area

The Sammamish City Council is call-
ing for an election on the proposed
annexation of the

Klahanie Potential Annexation Area,
now located in unincorporated King
County.

If annexed, the Klahanie Potential
Annexation Area would be subject to
Sammamish land use designations
and zoning regulations as provided
in Ordinance Nos. O2014?383 and
O2014?384, and would be assessed
and taxed at the same rate and upon
the same basis as property within
Sammamish.

Shall the Klahanie Potential Annexa-
tion Area be annexed to Sam-
mamish?

For annexation and adoption of pro-
posed zoning regulations……………

Against annexation and adoption of
proposed zoning regulations …….

Explanatory Statement

Proposition No. 1 concerns the pro-
posed annexation of the Klahanie
Annexation Area to the City of Sam-
mamish. This area of unincorporated
King County, which consists of
about 1,240 acres, shares a com-
mon boundary with the City of Sam-
mamish.

If voters approve this Proposition,
the Klahanie Annexation Area will
join the City of Sammamish. If voters
do not approve this Proposition, the
Klahanie Annexation Area will re-
main in unincorporated King County.

The Sammamish City Council autho-
rized this election following the re-
quirements of state law, which in-
cluded a process before the Bound-
ary Review Board for King County. If
this Proposition is approved by vot-
ers, property within the Klahanie An-
nexation Area will be subject to City
zoning classifications, which are simi-
lar to those of King County; also,
property within the Klahanie Annexa-
tion Area will be assessed and taxed
at the same rate and on the same
basis as property within the City of
Sammamish. If this Proposition is ap-
proved by voters, property within the
Klahanie Annexation Area will not as-
sume any bonded indebtedness on
behalf of the City of Sammamish be-
cause the City of Sammamish cur-
rently has no outstanding bonded in-
debtedness. In accordance with
RCW 35A.14.070, this notice has
been prepared by the City of Sam-
mamish

Boundaries of Annexation Area, Le-
gal Description

Those portions of Sections 10, 11,
12, 13, 14, 15, 22 and 23 Township
24 North, Range 6 East, W .M., King
County, Washington, described as
follows : Beginning  at the  intersec-
tion  of  the  West  line  of  the  East
half  of the Northeast quarter of said
Section 22, and the Easterly line of
the Plat of Vaughn Hill Addition  as
recorded in Volume  102 of Plats,
Pages 99?100, records of King
County, Washington, said intersec-
tion being on the Issaquah city limits
as annexed under Ordinance No.
2255; thence, along said Issaquah
city limits, Southeasterly along said
Easterly line to the Southeasterly
margin of  Issaquah?Fall City Road
as conveyed to King County under
King County recording number
9807070554; thence continuing
Southeasterly along said Easterly
line to the southeast corner of said
Plat; thence Northeasterly, along the
southerly line of that parcel of land
conveyed by Deed recorded under
Recording Number
20040813000399 to the southeast
corner of said parcel; thence   North-
westerly,  along  the  easterly   line
of  said  parcel,  to  the intersection
with the westerly extension of the
southerly line of that parcel of land
described as Parcel A as conveyed
by Deed recorded under Recording
Number 20020306001321 ; thence
Northeasterly, along the southerly
lines of said Parcel A and Parcel B
of said Deed, to the east line of the
Northeast quarter of said Section
22; thence northerly, along said east
line, to said Southeasterly margin of
Issaquah?Fall city Road; Thence
Northeasterly along said Southeast-
erly margin to its intersection with
the Southwesterly extension of the
Southeasterly margin of SE Duthie
Hill Road; Thence Northeasterly
along said Southeasterly margin to
its intersection with the Southeast-
erly extension of the Southwesterly
margin of Issaquah?Beaver Lake
Road, said intersection being on the
Sammamish city limits as estab-
lished by the incorporation of the city
of Sammamish; Thence along said
Sammamish city limits the following
courses: Thence Northwesterly
along said extension and said South-
westerly margin to its intersection
with the South margin of SE 32”d
Street; Thence Westerly along said
South margin to its intersection with
the Southeasterly margin of SE 32”d
Way; Thence Southwesterly along
said Southeasterly margin to its inter-
section with the Easterly margin of Is-
saquah?Pine Lake Road  (also
known as Gobel Road, King County
Road No. 558) as established by
deed recorded under King County
recording number 7807130727;
Thence Southeasterly, Southwest-
erly, Southerly and Southeasterly
along said Easterly margin to its in-
tersection with the Easterly exten-
sion of the South margin of SE 481
Street, said intersection being on the
Issaquah city limits as annexed un-
der said Ordinance No. 2255;
Thence leaving said Sammamish
city limits and following said Is-
saquah city limits the following
courses: Thence continue South-
easterly along said Easterly margin
to its intersection with the Northwest-
erly margin of said Issaquah?Fall city
Road as conveyed to King County
under King County recording num-
bers 9807070556 and 9807070557;
Thence Northeasterly along said
Northwesterly margin to the West
line of the East Half of the Northeast
quarter of said Section 22; Thence
Southerly along said West line to the
Point of Beginning.

Published in the Sammamish Review on
April 15th, 2015.