2-F Rocky Prairie/MaytownF Rocky Prairie/Maytown ... 2-F Rocky Prairie/MaytownF Rocky...

Click here to load reader

  • date post

    17-Aug-2020
  • Category

    Documents

  • view

    5
  • download

    0

Embed Size (px)

Transcript of 2-F Rocky Prairie/MaytownF Rocky Prairie/Maytown ... 2-F Rocky Prairie/MaytownF Rocky...

  • 22--F Rocky Prairie/MaytownF Rocky Prairie/Maytown22 F Rocky Prairie/MaytownF Rocky Prairie/Maytown Land Use and Rezoning Land Use and Rezoning

    A l iA l iAnalysisAnalysis Comprehensive Plan Amendment DocketComprehensive Plan Amendment Docket

    J D iJ D iJeremy DavisJeremy Davis Thurston County PlanningThurston County Planning Planning Commission Planning Commission 33rdrd BriefingBriefingBriefingBriefing February 17, 2010February 17, 2010

  • StudyStudyStudy Study AreaArea

    Proposal

    A 1Area 1:

    RRI & RRR 1/5 to R 1/20

    Area 2:

    RRI & RRR 1/5 to PPPP

  • Property Property OwnershipOwnershipOwnership Ownership

    MapMap Acreage

    McIntosh: 805

    Batten: 40

    Port of Tacoma: 745

    City of Tacoma: 24

    WDFW: 809WDFW: 809

    Total: 2,423

  • HighlightsHighlightsHighlightsHighlights

    Tax ImplicationsTax Implications E i t lE i t lEnvironmentalEnvironmental Critical AreasCritical Areas Priority HabitatPriority Habitat Land Use and ZoningLand Use and ZoningLand Use and ZoningLand Use and Zoning

  • Tax ImplicationsTax ImplicationsTax ImplicationsTax Implications

    Selling Selling pprice is a major rice is a major ffactoractor Future value is hard to determineFuture value is hard to determine WDFW property is tax exemptWDFW property is tax exempt McIntosh property is “Designated Forest LandMcIntosh property is “Designated Forest Land

    ffPort of Tacoma Land Tax Estimate:Port of Tacoma Land Tax Estimate: –– $210,000 to $250,000*$210,000 to $250,000*

    $450 000 or more from gravel mine*$450 000 or more from gravel mine*–– $450,000 or more from gravel mine$450,000 or more from gravel mine **Source: Port of TacomaSource: Port of Tacoma

  • EnvironmentalEnvironmentalEnvironmentalEnvironmental

    SoilSoil MimaMima moundsmounds PrairiePrairie WDFWWDFW & WDNR Habitat Studies& WDNR Habitat Studies WetlandsWetlands Oak StandsOak Stands

  • SoilSoilSoil Soil CharacteristicsCharacteristics

    SpanawaySpanaway--Nisqually Nisqually complexcomplexcomplexcomplex Spanaway Spanaway ggravelly ravelly ssandy loamandy loam Tenino gravelly loamTenino gravelly loam AlderwoodAlderwood gravelly gravelly

    d ld lsandy loamsandy loam Mukilteo muckMukilteo muck

  • 1967 Aerial Photos1967 Aerial Photos

  • LiDARLiDARLiDARLiDAR HillshadeHillshade

    MimaMima mounds likely mounds likely over portions of siteover portions of siteover portions of siteover portions of site Site Visits Confirmed Site Visits Confirmed in several locationsin several locations Further assessment Further assessment would be necessary to would be necessary to map out specific areasmap out specific areasmap out specific areasmap out specific areas

  • Prairie Soils Prairie Soils

  • Priority Habitat Priority Habitat yy AreasAreas

    P i i & O kP i i & O kPrairie & OakPrairie & Oak

  • WDFW Priority AreasWDFW Priority Areas

  • Critical AreasCritical AreasCritical Areas Critical Areas Wetlands MapWetlands Map

  • Priority SpeciesPriority SpeciesPriority SpeciesPriority Species ButterfliesButterflies

    P t bl (SC)P t bl (SC) PlantsPlants

    Whit t t (SS)Whit t t (SS)Puget blue (SC)Puget blue (SC) Oregon branded Oregon branded skipper (skipper (SGCNSGCN)) Sonora Skipper (SMSonora Skipper (SM

    White top aster (SS)White top aster (SS) Howellia aquatilisHowellia aquatilis (FT)(FT) Oregon white oakOregon white oak

    Sonora Skipper (SM, Sonora Skipper (SM, SGCN)SGCN) Taylor’s Taylor’s CheckerspotCheckerspot (FC SE)(FC SE)

    Other AnimalsOther Animals Oregon spotted frog Oregon spotted frog (FC, SE)(FC, SE) Ol i d iOl i d i(FC, SE)(FC, SE)

    Valley Valley SilverspotSilverspot (FSC, SC)(FSC, SC) MardonMardon skipper (SE, skipper (SE,

    Olympic mudminnowOlympic mudminnow Oregon vesper Oregon vesper sparrow (FSC, SC)sparrow (FSC, SC)

    a doa do s ppe (S ,s ppe (S , SGCN, FCSGCN, FC))

  • Priority SpeciesPriority SpeciesPriority SpeciesPriority Species

  • Z i Hi tZ i Hi tZoning HistoryZoning History

    1980 1980 –– Unmapped Unmapped UseUseUseUse 1988 1988 –– RR 1/5RR 1/5 1994 1994 –– RRR 1/5RRR 1/59999 /5/5 1999 1999 –– Citifor Citifor Rezoning to RRIRezoning to RRI

  • Public Parks Trails and Public Parks Trails and PreservesPreserves

    Intended for publicly owned land used forIntended for publicly owned land used forIntended for publicly owned land used for Intended for publicly owned land used for open space, trails, preserves and other open space, trails, preserves and other public usespublic usespublic uses public uses Land is owned by a government agencyLand is owned by a government agency

  • Rural 1/20Rural 1/20Rural 1/20Rural 1/20

    PredominantPredominant EnvironmentallyEnvironmentallyPredominant Predominant Parcel Size of 20 Parcel Size of 20 AcresAcres

    Environmentally Environmentally Sensitive LandsSensitive Lands Existing Land UsesExisting Land UsesAcresAcres

    Primary Land UsesPrimary Land Uses R id ti lR id ti l

    Existing Land UsesExisting Land Uses Adopted in 2007Adopted in 2007

    –– ResidentialResidential –– RecreationRecreation

    O SO S–– Open SpaceOpen Space –– AgriculturalAgricultural –– ResourceResource

  • RRR 1/5RRR 1/5RRR 1/5 RRR 1/5

    PredominantPredominant Less EnvironmentallyLess EnvironmentallyPredominant Predominant Parcel Size of 5 Parcel Size of 5 Acres or moreAcres or more

    Less Environmentally Less Environmentally Sensitive LandsSensitive Lands Existing Land UsesExisting Land UsesAcres or moreAcres or more

    Primary Land UsesPrimary Land Uses R id ti lR id ti l

    Existing Land UsesExisting Land Uses

    –– ResidentialResidential –– RecreationRecreation

    O SO S–– Open SpaceOpen Space –– AgriculturalAgricultural –– ResourceResource

  • RRIRRIRRI RRI Provide areas for natural resource based industrial usesProvide areas for natural resource based industrial uses Uses limited in rural areas away from servicesUses limited in rural areas away from services Area should have limited resource use potentialArea should have limited resource use potential Primary Land UsesPrimary Land Uses –– Resource (Mineral Extraction, Forestry)Resource (Mineral Extraction, Forestry) –– Resource Based IndustrialResource Based Industrial

  • LAMIRD DesignationLAMIRD DesignationLAMIRD DesignationLAMIRD Designation Limited Areas of More Intensive Rural DevelopmentLimited Areas of More Intensive Rural Developmentpp Uses should have been in place in July 1990Uses should have been in place in July 1990 Intended to allow for areas of higher intensity rural usesIntended to allow for areas of higher intensity rural uses Comprehensive Plan does not specifically address Comprehensive Plan does not specifically address industrial LAMIRDsindustrial LAMIRDs County not required to designate historic use areas as aCounty not required to designate historic use areas as aCounty not required to designate historic use areas as a County not required to designate historic use areas as a LAMIRDLAMIRD

  • Site PlanSite Plan

  • Gravel Mine MapGravel Mine Map

  • 1967 Aerial Photo1967 Aerial Photo

  • Aerial PhotoAerial Photo

  • OptionsOptionsOptionsOptions Option 1:Option 1:pp –– Area 1: Change the land use designation to R 1/20Area 1: Change the land use designation to R 1/20 –– Area 2: Change the land use designation to PPArea 2: Change the land use designation to PP

    O ti 2O ti 2Option 2:Option 2: –– No ActionNo Action

    Option 3:Option 3:Option 3:Option 3: –– Area 1: Change the land use designation to R 1/20Area 1: Change the land use designation to R 1/20 –– Area 2: No ActionArea 2: No Action

    O ti 4O ti 4Option 4:Option 4: –– Area 1: No ActionArea 1: No Action –– Area 2: Change the land use designation to PPArea 2: Change the land use designation to PPg gg g

  • Next Steps....Next Steps....

    March 10 Public HearingMarch 10 Public Hearinggg March 17 TCPC BriefingMarch 17 TCPC Briefing BoCCBoCC Briefing and HearingBriefing and Hearingg gg g BoCCBoCC DecisionDecision