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A grant or authorization by a property owner of the use of any designated portion of land by the public generally or by a corporation, or persons for specified purposes. (Ord. 5989, 2-7-11, § 9; Ord. 3937, 7-18-88, § 5)
Structures, machinery, and equipment necessary and integral to support an electric vehicle, including battery charging stations, rapid charging stations, and battery exchange stations. (Ord. 5989, 2-7-11, § 9)
Distribution substations, transmission stations, transmission switching stations, or transmission lines that are built, installed, or established including:
A facility at which electric power is taken from a transmission line, reduced in voltage and sent out through distribution circuits and lines to serve customers in a local area;
A facility at which multiple transmission lines interconnect. Switching stations provide the ability to change the configuration of the transmission system as operational needs may require; and
An electrical line of at least 115kV that distributes electrical power to and from transmission switching and transmission stations to and from distribution substations, and which link generators to such stations. (Ord. 5805, 3-3-08, § 1)
Vertical planes of the front, rear, or side of a building. (Ord. 2945, 2-2-81, § 19)
The individual, group, organization, or entity (including but not limited to an owner, tenant, or lessee) that has the legal right to occupy the site of a Temporary Encampment. An “Encampment Host” may be the same individual, group, organization, or entity as the Encampment Sponsor or the Encampment Manager of a Temporary Encampment. (Ord. 5615, 7-25-05, § 15)
An individual, group, organization, or entity that organizes, manages or operates a Temporary Encampment. An “Encampment Manager” may be the same individual, group, organization, or entity as the Encampment Host or the Encampment Sponsor of a Temporary Encampment. (Ord. 5615, 7-25-05, § 15)
An individual, group, organization, or entity which, in conjunction or by agreement with the Encampment Host or Encampment Manager, provides services or support on an ongoing basis for the residents of a Temporary Encampment. An “Encampment Sponsor” may be the same individual, group, organization, or entity as the Encampment Host or the Encampment Manager of a Temporary Encampment. (Ord. 5615, 7-25-05, § 15)
A publicly accessible continuous open space located within a building and covered to provide overhead weather protection while emitting substantial amounts of natural daylight (atrium or galleria). (Ord. 2945, 2-2-81, § 19)
A detailed statement of the environmental impacts of a proposed action which complies with the requirements of RCW 43.21C.030(2)(c) and (d) and all other applicable state and local laws and regulations.
An EPF includes any facility meeting the definition of EPF set forth in RCW 36.70A.200(1), now or as hereafter amended, any facility identified on the statewide list maintained by the Office of Financial Management as required pursuant to RCW 36.70A.200(4), now or as hereafter amended, and any facility identified on the countywide list of essential public facilities. (Ord. 5457, 7-21-03, § 8)
A utility facility, utility system or right-of-way where no feasible alternative location exists based on an analysis of technology and system efficiency. (Ord. 3775, 5-26-87, § 27)
The removal of earth material.
See Auditorium. (Ord. 3747, 1-20-87, § 18)
The existing elevation of land prior to any cuts and fills or other disturbances, which may, at the discretion of the Director, be determined by a topographic survey or soil sampling. (Ord. 5791, 12-3-07, § 3)
Construction which increases the floor area within an existing complex or an existing structure. (Ord. 4973, 3-3-97, § 204; Ord. 4816, 11-27-95, § 304)