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Edits Made to TSMP Based on Industrial Port Business Stakeholder Input

Edits Made to TSMP Based on Industrial Port Business Stakeholder Input

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Memorandum, available to Tacoma Council's Joint Environment & Public Works and Economic Development Committees on October 12, 2011. List of edits made to SMP Updates at request of business community.
Memorandum, available to Tacoma Council's Joint Environment & Public Works and Economic Development Committees on October 12, 2011. List of edits made to SMP Updates at request of business community.

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Edits made to TSMP based on industrial/Port/business stakeholder commentsAdded Objectives to:
 
Encourage new economic uses that create family wage jobs
 
Support the long-term and widespread economic contribution of container portsand related industrial landsRevised Public Access Standards to:
 
Incorporate a nexus review by the city for private water-oriented uses andrecognizes constitutional limitations of public access requirements
 
Require proportionality review by the city for same uses listed above
 
Recognize that the burden of establishing nexus and proportionality is on the City
 
Provide the most flexibility for providing public access in the S-10 when required
 
Give preference to water-dependent uses when they conflict with viewsRevised Critical Area Standards to:
 
Allow water-dependent uses outright within critical area buffers
 
Give greater buffer reduction allowances to uses in High Intensity Areas
 
Give greater environmental mitigation flexibility to High Intensity Areas
 
Give smallest marine buffer standard to High Intensity Areas
 
Provide relief where shoreline restoration projects that result in a shift in jurisdiction or buffer standards adversely affect an existing business or useRevised the S-8 Foss Waterway to:
 
End esplanade requirement at 11
th
Street on eastside of the Waterway
 
Lift the restriction on the expansion of existing industry on the eastside
 
Require that East D Street be designed and reconstructed as a transition betweenthe mixed use shoreline zoning and the industrial zoning to the east and to achievefunctional separation of industrial and nonindustrial traffic where feasible
 
Rezone NuStar to S-10 Port Industrial
 
Allow interim uses on the first floor of Foss Waterway projects to addressongoing vacancies caused by economic and market demands. This is significantand required considerable coordination with DOE to allow non-water orienteduses in shoreline areas even on a temporary basis
 
Simplify the use and development requirements for mixed-use structures
 
Address FWDA concerns about barriers to development, festivals and specialevents
 
Modify design guidelines to give more flexible options especially for eastsideuses recognizing existing uses and different character from the west side.
 
Continued prohibition on residential and hotels north of 11
th
on eastside
 
Encourage ‘clean technology’ industriesRevised Use Standards to:
 
Give water-dependent port/industrial uses location priority in S-10 and S-7
 
Restrict residential development along Marine View Drive

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