*POSTPONED* Public Hearing - Enatai Interceptors Upgrade *POSTPONED*
Bellevue City Hall, Conference Room 1E-113, 450 110th Ave N.E.
Due to Health Department recommendations to restrict public gatherings, the Enatai Interceptors Upgrade public hearing has been postponed. When the hearing is rescheduled, notice will be provided to all interested parties with the time and date of the hearing.
Enatai Interceptors Upgrade
Location: Lake Washington, Enatai Beach Park, Enatai Neighborhood, Mercer Slough, and Sweyolocken Pump Station
Subarea: Southwest Bellevue and Factoria
File Number: 19-113671-WA, 19-113673- WG, 19-113670-LB, and 19-113672-LO
Land Use review of a Shoreline Conditional Use Permit, Shoreline Substantial Development Permit, Conditional Use Permit, and Critical Areas Land Use Permit to repair and replace the King County sewer mains that cross Lake Washington from Mercer Island to reach the Sweyolocken Pump Station on Bellevue Way SE. A new sewer main will be bored underground from the Enatai Beach Park, under the Enatai neighborhood to reach the Sweyolocken Pump Station facility. The existing sewer line in Lake Washington that handles low flows and services houses along Lake Washington through the Mercer Slough is proposed to be repaired.
Temporary construction impacts from this project include disturbance of Lake Washington and lake bed, disturbance of steep slopes, disturbance of wetlands in Mercer Slough, temporary closure of Enatai Beach Park, and temporary impacts from a sewer bypass located on private properties south of I-90 and north of Lake Washington. The objective of the Enatai Interceptor Upgrade Project is to improve reliability and increase the capacity of the existing facility and pipeline components of the regional wastewater system in the southwest portion of Bellevue and the Town of Beaux Arts Village.
Decision Issued: Approval with Conditions for Critical Area Land Use Permit and Shoreline Substantial Development Permit
Recommendation to Hearing Examiner: Approval with Conditions for Shoreline Conditional Use Permit and Conditional Use Permit
SEPA: Determination of Non-Significance was issued by King County on May 23, 2019
Staff contact: Reilly Pittman, 425-452-4350, firstname.lastname@example.org
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