Wash. Admin. Code § 332-22-105 - Initial lease for commercial, industrial, or residential uses by negotiation
(1) The department may negotiate initial leases to authorize commercial, industrial, or residential uses on specific parcels of land zoned for such uses provided:
(a) Not more than one application is received by the department to lease the property.
(b) The department determines that a rent of at least fair market rental can be obtained through negotiation.
(c) The department publishes a notice of intent to lease which contains the legal description and zoning of the property, the office to which application to lease can be made, and the final date to submit a written request to lease. The notice shall be published not more than thirty days nor less than twenty days immediately preceding commencement of negotiation in two newspapers of general circulation in the locality of the state land, one of which shall be in the county where the land is located.
(d) The department shall report to the board of natural resources on each initial lease entered into by negotiation. The report shall include the fair market value of the property, rental and lease terms.
(2) The department may negotiate initial leases at fair market rental to authorize placement and maintenance of communication equipment in or on electronic site buildings and on electronic site towers.
Statutory Authority: RCW 79.01.242. 85-11-012 (Order 442, Resolution No. 482), § 332-22-105, filed 5/8/85; 84-19-007 (Resolution No. 464), § 332-22-105, filed 9/10/84.
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