400-04-020 - Adoption by reference

400-04-020. Adoption by reference

The partnership hereby adopts by reference the following sections of the 1984 SEPA rules, chapter 197-11 of the Washington Administrative Code.

PART ONE - PURPOSE/AUTHORITY

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Policy.

PART TWO - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

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Definitions.

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Lead agency.

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Timing of the SEPA process.

197-11-060

Content of environmental review.

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Limitations on actions during SEPA process.

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Incomplete or unavailable information.

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Supporting documents.

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Information required of applicants.

PART THREE - CATEGORICAL EXEMPTIONS AND THRESHOLD DETERMINATION

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Purpose of this part.

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Categorical exemptions.

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Threshold determination required.

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Environmental checklist.

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Threshold determination process.

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Additional information.

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Determination of nonsignificance (DNS).

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Mitigated DNS.

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Determination of significance (DS)/initiation of scoping.

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Effect of threshold determination.

PART FOUR - ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT (EIS)

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Purpose of EIS.

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General requirements.

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EIS types.

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EIS timing.

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Scoping.

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Expanded scoping. (Optional)

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EIS preparation.

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Style and size.

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Format.

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Cover letter or memo.

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EIS contents.

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Contents of EIS on nonproject proposals.

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EIS contents when prior nonproject EIS.

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Elements of the environment.

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Relationship of EIS to other considerations.

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Cost-benefit analysis.

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Issuance of DEIS.

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Issuance of FEIS.

PART FIVE - COMMENTING

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Purpose of this part.

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Inviting comment.

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Availability and cost of environmental documents.

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SEPA register.

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Public hearings and meetings.

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Effect of no comment.

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Specificity of comments.

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FEIS response to comments.

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Consulted agency costs to assist lead agency.

PART SIX - USING EXISTING ENVIRONMENTAL DOCUMENTS

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When to use existing environmental documents.

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Use of NEPA documents.

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Supplemental environmental impact statementProcedures.

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AddendaProcedures.

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AdoptionProcedures.

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Incorporation by referenceProcedures.

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Combining documents.

PART SEVEN - SEPA AND AGENCY DECISIONS

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Purpose of this part.

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Implementation.

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Substantive authority and mitigation.

PART EIGHT - DEFINITIONS

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Definitions.

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Act.

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Action.

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Addendum.

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Adoption.

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Affected tribe.

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Affecting.

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Agency.

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Applicant.

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Built environment.

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Categorical exemption.

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Consolidated appeal.

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Consulted agency.

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Cost-benefit analysis.

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County/city.

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Decisionmaker.

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Department.

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Determination of nonsignificance (DNS).

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Determination of significance (DS).

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EIS.

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Environment.

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Environmental checklist.

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Environmental document.

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Environmental review.

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Environmentally sensitive area.

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Expanded scoping.

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Impacts.

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Incorporation by reference.

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Lands covered by water.

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Lead agency.

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License.

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Local agency.

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Major action.

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Mitigated DNS.

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Mitigation.

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Natural environment.

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NEPA.

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Nonproject.

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Phased review.

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Preparation.

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Private project.

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Probable.

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Proposal.

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Reasonable alternative.

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Responsible official.

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SEPA.

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Scope.

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Scoping.

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Significant.

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State agency.

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Threshold determination.

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Underlying governmental action.

PART NINE - CATEGORICAL EXEMPTIONS

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Categorical exemptions.

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Emergencies.

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Petitioning DOE to change exemptions.

PART TEN - AGENCY COMPLIANCE

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Purpose of this part.

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Procedures on consulted agencies.

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SEPA fees and costs.

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Application to ongoing actions.

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Lack of agency procedures.

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Agencies with environmental expertise.

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Lead agency rules.

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Determining the lead agency.

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Lead agency for governmental proposals.

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Lead agency for public and private proposals.

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Lead agency for private projects with one agency with jurisdiction.

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Lead agency for private projects requiring licenses from more than one agency, when one of the agencies is a county/city.

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Lead agency for private projects requiring licenses from a local agency, not a county/city, and one or more state agencies.

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Lead agency for private projects requiring licenses from more than one state agency.

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Lead agencies for specific proposals.

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Transfer of lead agency status to a state agency.

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Agreements on lead agency status.

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Agreements on division of lead agency duties.

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DOE resolution of lead agency disputes.

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Assumption of lead agency status.

PART ELEVEN - FORMS

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Environmental checklist.

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Adoption notice.

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Determination of nonsignificance (DNS).

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Determination of significance and scoping notice (DS).

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Notice of assumption of lead agency status.

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Notice of action.

Statutory Authority: Chapter 90.71 RCW. 10-12-009, § 400-04-020, filed 5/20/10, effective 6/20/10. Statutory Authority: RCW 43.21C.120. 86-04-054 (Order 86-01, Resolution No. 4), § 400-04-020, filed 2/3/86.

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