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A. For permit processes that require concurrency review in accordance with Chapter 36.70A RCW, the application shall include the traffic study or other information necessary to determine concurrency. The Planning Director shall issue the concurrency determination, if applicable, at any appropriate point in the permit process prior to or concurrent with the decision on the permit application.

B. If construction of any system improvements, which are scheduled to occur concurrent with a development proposal or in the next six years per the Transportation Improvement Plan, will still result in the development causing the level of service of transportation facilities to drop below the standard established in the Comprehensive Plan, the City shall not issue a permit for the development.

C. The Planning Director may exempt from concurrency review those permits typically unassociated with significant traffic generation, such as proposals that will create fewer than 10 peak hour trips. (Ord. 2338, 2017)

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