NOTICE OF PACIFIC COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that it is the intention of the Pacific County Planning Commission to hold a public hearing to amend proposed Zoning Ordinance No. 178 to include the language of the previously adopted Pacific County Resolution No. 2006-030, which addresses the building setback line along the ocean front measured inland from the 1993 grass line. Meeting materials can be found at The public hearing will be held at the Pacific County, South County Administrative Facility, Meeting Room A, 7013 Sandridge Road, Long Beach, Washington at the hour of 6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as possible on Thursday, May 5, 2016. Anyone interested in this matter is encouraged to participate by attending the hearing or by submitting comments via email or in writing. Public comments will be accepted until the end of the Planning Commission Hearing on May 5th, 2016. Information, comments, or suggestions may be sent to Tim Crose, Planning Director, Pacific County Department of Community Development, 7013 Sandridge Road, Long Beach, WA 98631, via fax to (360) 642-9387, or via email to Interpreters for people with hearing impairments or taped information for people with visual impairments can be provided at this public hearing and future hearings if necessary. However, the Pacific County Department of General Administration, P.O. Box 6, South Bend, WA 98586, (360) 875-9334 or (360) 642-9334 must receive a request for this type of service at least five days prior to the hearing. Published April 20, 2016 Legal No. 102-16

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