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Division II. Critical Areas

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Chapter 16.18A GENERAL PROVISIONS

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1See RCW 36.70A.020(12).

2Distance of two thousand six hundred forty feet is based on the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Management Recommendations for Washington’s Priority Species, Volume IV: Birds, 2000.

3Distance of three hundred feet is based on maximum recommended riparian habitat area width from the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Management Recommendations for Washington’s Priority Habitats: Riparian, 1997.

4Distance of two hundred feet is a suggested distance to ensure that activities within the critical aquifer recharge area are included under this chapter, even when the exact boundaries of the critical aquifer recharge area are not known at the time of application.

5See WAC 222-16-030(5)(h).

7The state maintains a noxious weed list in Chapter 16-750 WAC.

8More information on commercial and residential use of chemicals can be found in the Washington State Department of Ecology’s Guidance Document for Establishment of Critical Aquifer Recharge Areas Ordinances, Version 3.0, Publication No. 97-30; and from the Washington State Department of Agriculture, http://agr.wa.gov.