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Catherine Soper
Public Affairs Manager

Revising the Port of Everett’s Policies and Procedures under the Washington State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA)

Post Date:12/29/2015 12:43 PM

The Washington State Department of Ecology has recently issued new uniform standard statewide rules for carrying out SEPA. In turn, the Port is updating its SEPA policies and procedures to be consistent with those uniform statewide rules. At its two regular meetings on January 5th and January 12th, the Port Commission will be considering amendments and updates to the Port’s SEPA policies and procedures through Resolution No. 1046.

The Port is providing a public comment opportunity on proposed Resolution No. 1046, which includes the proposed amendments and updates. While a public hearing is not required by state law for the proposed Commission action, a public comment opportunity has been provided through posting of this agenda item on the Port’s website and through a mailing to the Port’s SEPA mailing list.

Comments may be provided at the Port Commission meeting of January 5th and January 12th or may be submitted through the Port’s website at A copy of proposed Resolution No. 1046 is available on the Port's website and is also available at the Port Administrative Office, 1205 Craftsman Way, Suite 200, Everett. WA 98201.

Should you have any questions about this agenda item, please contact:

Graham Anderson, Director of Planning at (425) 388-0703 or by e-mail at 
Laura Gurley, Planner at (425) 388-0720 or by e-mail at

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