Documents & Timeline
2017 Conditional Use Permit Documents
November 8, 2022
LUPA Petition Filed in Superior Court
Citizens for Carlsborg, A-M Systems, the Peninsula Trail Coalition, with the City of Port Angeles, jointly filed a Land Use Petition Act (LUPA) lawsuit in the Clallam County Superior Court.
Appeal of Building Permit Filed With Clallam County
Citizens for Carlsborg, A-M Systems, the Peninsula Trail Coalition, with the City of Port Angeles, jointly appealed the building permit to the Clallam County Building Code Board of Appeals.
November 1, 2022
Appeal of Building Permit to Hearing Examiner Filed
Citizens for Carlsborg, A-M Systems, the Peninsula Trail Coalition, with the City of Port Angeles, jointly filed an appeal against the building permit to the hearing examiner.
October 18, 2022
Clallam County Issues Building Permit
The Clallam County Department of Community Development issues a building permit for Waste Connections to construct an 11,250-square-foot metal building, adding that they need to comply with the 2017 conditional use permit (link below).
April 22, 2022
Waste Connections Files Building Permit Application
Waste Connections, Inc., files for a permit to build an 11,250-square-foot metal building which it plans to use as a transfer station with a tipping floor.
May 22, 2017
Hearing Examiner Decision on the 2017 Conditional Use Permit
The hearing examiner approved the conditional use permit for an office, a maintenance shop, and a “transload/baling facility” at 970 Carlsborg Road.
May 4, 2017
Clallam County Staff Report & MDNS
Clallam County recommended approval to the hearing examiner.
Mar 8, 2017
Application for a Conditional Use Permit
Waste Connections, Inc., applies for a conditional use permit to build an office, a maintenance shop, and a “transload or baling facility” at 970 Carlsborg Road.
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Documents of Interest
Carlsborg UGA Economic Profile (Sep. 2011)
2021 Conditional Use Permit Documents
October 21, 2022
Waste Connections, Inc., withdraws its application for the 2021 conditional use permit while pursuing a transfer station just north of the Olympic Discovery
Trail (970 Carlsborg Road).
July 18, 2022
Port Angeles and A-M Systems file motions opposing the applican’t request for another four months of delay.
Port Angeles Responds to the Applicant’s Motion to Continue
A-M Systems Responds to Motion for Continuance
The hearing examiner grants the applicant’s request for delay until November and orders the applicant and Clallam County to inform the hearing examiner by October 21, 2022, about the status of the application and the date for the hearing. He also denies all motions filed on July 12 (see below).
The Hearing Examiner Grants the Applicant’s Second Request for Delay
Jul. 13, 2022
The applicant for the transfer station asks to delay the public hearing until November 2022. In that request, it says the applicant has started discussions with Clallam County Department of Community Development (DCD) about changing the staff report.
Applicant’s Request for Postponement
Chad Young files a declaration of support for the applicant’s request to delay the public hearing and notes that they have applied for a building permit to construct a “11,250-square-foot transfer facility” on the existing site approved in 2017.
Chad Young’s Declaration of Support for the Delay
July 12, 2022
The City of Port Angeles files a motion to call witnesses, cross-examine, and present opening and closing arguments.
Port Angeles’ Motion to Intervene
Port Angeles’ Prehearing Brief on Local Solid Waste Management
June 10, 2022
In an open letter to the hearing examiner, the Clallam County Economic Development Council opposes the transfer station. The EDC analyzes the need for a transfer station and concludes that the proposal is inconsistent with the Clallam County Solid Waste Management Plan.
EDC Letter Opposing the Transfer Station
Mar. 03, 2022
The hearing examiner rules that he does not have the authority to review a SEPA appeal and grants the applicant’s request to postpone the hearing until July 21.
The Hearing Examiner Grants the Request for Postponement
Feb. 03, 2022
Port Angeles opposes the Conditional Use Permit for a transfer station in Carlsborg and the County’s SEPA designation of Mitigated Determination of Nonsignificance (MDNS)
Port Angeles’ Letter to the Hearing Examiner Opposing the CUP
Port Angeles’ Letter to the SEPA Responsible Official at the County
Feb. 03, 2022
Exhibits for the Feb. 3, 2022, Public Hearing on Conditional Use Permit Application (CUP-2021-00005 and SEPA MDNS (ECL2021-00019)
Exhibit 01: Staff Report dated January 26, 2022
Exhibit 02: Conditional Use Permit Application and supplemental responses
Exhibit 03: Deed AFN2009-1234376, Subdivision Certificate and Short Plat map
Exhibit 04: Preliminary Site Plans
Exhibit 05: Supplemental email correspondence
Exhibit 06: Peninsula Daily News article December 1, 2021
Exhibit 07: Parking Assessment January 2022 by Heath and Associates
Exhibit 08: Traffic Impact Analysis November 2021 by Heath and Associates
Exhibit 09: Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment July 30, 2021 by SCS Engineers
Exhibit 10: Geotechnical Report October 27, 2021 by Migizi Group Inc.
Exhibit 11: Unanticipated Discovery Plan
Exhibit 12: FIRM Map
Exhibit 13: Odor Control article by Jeff Eriks and Jesse Levin
Exhibit 14: Environmental Checklist Application
Exhibit 15: SEPA MDNS Issued January 5, 2022 and staff memo
Exhibit 16: Revised landscaping plan and lighting plan received January 14, 2022
Exhibit 17: Building permit application and site renderings
Exhibit 18: Interlocal Agreement Regarding Regional Solid Waste
Exhibit 19: Clallam County Solid Waste Management Plan
Exhibit 20: Clallam County Solid Waste Facilities
Exhibit 21: EPA Waste Transfer Station Manuals
Exhibit 22: Carlsborg Business Loop aerial map and Google search
Exhibit 23: Renderings of Carlsborg from the Multi-Vision Integration process facilitated by James Waddell in 2000
Exhibit 24: Map of Sidewalk and Trails from Recommendation of the Carlsborg Community
Exhibit 25: Pre-Application Conference application and County response
Exhibit 26: Roads Department comments dated December 23, 2021
Exhibit 27: Sequim Valley Airport comments dated December 17, 2021
Exhibit 28: Transportation Program Manager comments dated December 17, 2021
Exhibit 29: Environmental Health comments dated November 29, 2021
Exhibit 30: Fire District 3 comments dated November 16, 2021
Exhibit 31: Building Department comment dated November 16, 2021
Exhibit 32: Required notices: (a) NOCA dated November 30, 2021, (b) Declaration of Mailing, (c) Declaration of Posting, (d) Classified Proof
Exhibit 33: Public Comments
Exhibit 34: SEPA Appeal
Jan 26, 2022
Clallam County DCD Staff Report to the Hearing Examiner
The Department of Community Development recommends to the Hearing Examiner that the conditional use permit for the transfer station “should be DENIED.”
Jan 25, 2022
Citizens for Carlsborg et al. Appeal MDNS Under SEPA
Citizens for Carlsborg, Sequim Valley Airport, Old Mill Cafe, A-M Systems et al. appeal the the Clallam County’s Mitigated Determination of Nonsignificance (MDNS) under the State Environmental Protection Act (SEPA).
Jan 25, 2022
Citizens for Carlsborg Submits Comment to Clallam County
We argue that existing zoning regulations and Clallam County codes prohibit a high-nuisance, heavy-industrial operation such as a solid waste transfer station.
Jan. 5, 2022
SEPA Mitigated Determination of Non-Significance (MDNS)
Clallam County determines that potential impacts shall be mitigated and that the land-use review can continue under the State Environmental Protection Act (SEPA).
Dec. 30, 2021
Staff Memo on Mitigated Determination of Non-Significance (MDNS)
The Clallam County Department of Community Development explains its reasons for issuing the MDNS.
Nov. 12, 2021
Solid Waste Transfer Station Conditional Use Permit Application
Olympic Systems Properties, LLC, applies for a Conditional Use Permit to construct a Solid Waste Transfer Station.