Land-use review

By Pauline Sipponen, Columbian news assistant

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The following are local land-use proposals. The county or city may rate them in three categories: nonsignificant, no environmental impact study needed; nonsignificant, provided proponents meet certain conditions; and significant, requiring an environmental impact study.Clark County Department of Environmental ServicesSubmit comments by the date below to Department of Public Works, 1300 Franklin St., P.O. Box 9810, Vancouver, WA 98666-9810.

NORTHEAST HAZEL DELL: Clark County Department of Public Works proposes to construct two sidewalks to improve pedestrian safety. The first will be a 2,000-foot sidewalk and curb along the east side of Northeast Hazel Dell Avenue, beginning at Northeast 63rd Street and ending 700 feet north of Alki Road. The second will be a 1,200-foot sidewalk and curb on the south side of 68th Street, between Northwest Fourth Avenue and Northeast Second Avenue. Both projects include shoulder widening. Environmental impact rating: nonsignificant. Comment deadline: Saturday. Staff contact: Lisa Hemesath, 360-397-2121, ext. 4865.City of VancouverSubmit comments by the date below to Development Review Services, City of Vancouver, P.O. Box 1995, Vancouver, WA 98668-1995.

KEVANNA: Verizon Wireless seeks approval to construct a 90-foot monopole with 12 antennas for a total height of 94 feet, plus equipment cabinets and a back-up generator within a 15-foot by 45-foot fenced area. The site is at 2911 N.E. 109th Ave. Environmental impact rating: nonsignificant. Comment deadline: Thursday. Staff contact: Andrew Reule, 360-487-7891 or andrew.reule@cityofvancouver.us.

VANCOUVER HEIGHTS: Mike Little seeks approval to construct a 10,637-square-foot daycare with parking for 46 cars. The site is on the east side of Devine Road and north of MacArthur Boulevard. Environmental impact rating: nonsignificant. Comment deadline: March 20. Staff contact: Patti McEllrath, 360-487-7893 or patti.mcellrath@cityofvancouver.us.

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