PUBLIC NOTICE — Conditional Use NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that H.J. Norris (applicant) is requesting a Conditional Use Permit, application No. PLN16-00193, submitted April 20, 2016 and determined to be technically complete April 28, 2016 proposing to operate a retail marijuana facility within the Community Commercial (CC) Zoning District of Pacific County. The property is located at 1410 40th St. Seaview, Parcel No. 10112822683. The legal description of the site is: 101128 083 NW130'; Pacific County, Washington. The Hearings Examiner will hear this matter on June 14, 2016 at 10:30 a.m. or shortly thereafter within Conference Room “A” at the Pacific County Administrative Facility located at 7013 Sandridge Road, Long Beach, Washington. Any person desiring to express his or her views on this matter or wanting to be notified of the action taken on this application should notify Will Hamlin, Planner, with the Pacific County Department of Community Development, 7013 Sandridge Road, Long Beach, Washington 98631 in writing June 14, 2016 or by calling (360) 642-9382. To view the complete application packet please visit our website at; Interpreters for people with hearing impairments or taped information for people with visual impairments can be provided at this public hearing if necessary. The Pacific County Department of General Administration must receive a request for this type of service ten (10) days before the meeting. Contact the Pacific County Department of General Administration, P.O. Box 6, South Bend, Washington 98586, (360) 875-9334. Published June 1, 2016 Legal No. 141-16

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