Legals for August, 1 2020

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Ordinance No. 607 Title 12, Land Use Regulations, Amendment Sections 332, 483, 484, 487, 490, 616, 623, 647, 652, 661, 721.2, 804, 807 Bonner County Revised Code An Ordinance of Bonner County, Idaho, setting forth its authority; amending Bonner County Revised Code Title 12 (Land Use Regulations), to make the following changes to Sections 332, 483, 484, 487, 490, 616, 623, 647, 652, 661, 721.2, 804, 807; providing for severability and providing for an effective date. Whereas, Idaho Code, Title 67, Chapter 65, provides for the adoption of land use standards for the purposes of protecting property rights and enhancing property values, together with the purposes of promoting the health, safety, and general welfare of the people; and Whereas, Idaho Code, Title 67, Chapter 65, Section 6518 authorizes governing boards to adopt standards for public and private development; and Whereas, Bonner County Commissioners have adopted a comprehensive plan to guide development within the unincorporated areas of Bonner County; and Whereas, the Bonner County Planning and Zoning Commission did hold a public hearing June 18, 2020 and did make a recommendation to the Board of County Commissioners to approve the amendment to Title 12, finding that it is consistent with the Bonner County Comprehensive Plan; and Whereas, the Bonner County Board of County Commissioners did hold a public hearing July 22, 2020 on the request to amend Title 12 and did find the proposed amendment to the land use codes is in accord with the Bonner County Comprehensive Plan. Now, therefore be it ordained by the Board of County Commissioners of Bonner County, Idaho that the following be and is hereby adopted as an ordinance of Bonner County: Section 1: Authority This Ordinance is adopted pursuant to the authority granted at Chapter 8, Title 31, Chapter 65, Title 67, Idaho Code, and pursuant to the procedural requirements contained at Section 67-6509 and Section 67-6511, Idaho Code. Section 2: Amending Bonner County Revised Code Title 12, the following sections: 12-332, 12-483, 12-484, 12-487, 12-490, 12-616, 12-623, 12-647, 12-652, 12-661, 12-721.2, 12-804, 12-807 of Title 12 of the Bonner County Revised Code, sections are hereby amended to read as follows: 12-332: RESIDENTIAL USETABLE: TABLE 3-2 RESIDENTIAL USE TABLE Standards: (1) Must be within a mobile home or living quarters within the structure of a permitted use. Caretaker must be a bona fide employee of the property ownership and/or management. (8) Refer to section 12-490 of this title for accessory dwelling unit provisions/standards. One (1) Either 1 guest home or 1 accessory dwelling unit is permitted per lot or parcel without respect to density. This does not apply to parcels/lots that have explicit restrictions on the number of dwellings. (9) A temporary dwelling unit for care of the aged or handicapped family member shall be permitted, subject to the issuance of a building permit or building location permit, provided that: a. The property must contain a minimum of 2 acres. b. The temporary dwelling shall consist of an in house apartment or a mobile, modular or manufactured home, not placed on a permanent foundation. c. The property owner shall complete a "temporary dwelling agreement" form provided by the Planning Department agreeing to comply with the provisions of this section and shall notify the Planning Department annually in writing of the status of the temporary occupancy. d. As part of the agreement, the property owner shall provide a physician's certification that the handicapped or aged family member is incapable of adequately caring for himself or herself. "Incapable of adequately caring for himself or herself" is defined as the "inability to engage in any substantial gainful activity by reason of any medically determinable, physical or mental impairment which can be expected to result in death or which has lasted or can be expected to last for a continuous period of not less than 12 months". e. The use of the temporary dwelling where permitted in this title as additional living quarters for the aged or handicapped family member shall expire and shall be removed after the qualified use has ceased. f. The temporary dwelling constitutes the second residence on the property. (10) A building location permit or building permit application for a guesthouse shall be accompanied by an accurately drawn and scaled site plan sufficient to determine compliance with the dimensional standards of this title, and sewage disposal and water supply requirements. A guest home shall be limited to 1 per lot or parcel. A guesthouse shall: a) consisting of sleeping quarters with no kitchen facilities and a floor area of 600 square feet or less may be permitted on the same lot as the main dwelling without respect to lot density provided all dimensional and other title requirements are complied with; b) guesthouse with kitchen facilities and/or a floor area of more than 600 square feet may be permitted on the same lot as the main dwelling provided the lot is of sufficient size and design to comply with the density requirements of the zone (1 dwelling unit/minimum lot size of the zone district) and will be designed and located on the lot to accommodate future or potential lot division in compliance with all dimensional and other title requirements. Either 1 guest home or 1 accessory dwelling is permitted per lot or parcel. (911) Building Location Permit regulations do not apply to non-commercial temporary, intermittent or occasional use of recreational vehicle. When a recreational vehicle is used in the same manner as a single family dwelling or an accessory dwelling unit, such use is limited to a maximum of two (2) recreational vehicle dwelling units per parcel, and the conditions of BCRC 12-496 apply. (1012) See section 12-485 of this title for mobile home park standards. (1113) Farm labor housing: Caretaker must be a bona fide employee of the property ownership and/or management. The total allowable number of dwelling units does not apply to temporary or seasonal farm labor housing, such as a bunkhouse where only sleeping quarters are provided for farmworkers. (Ord. 501, 11-18-2008; amd. Ord. 512, 1-6-2010; Ord. 581, 10-24-2018) 12-804: DEFINITIONS - D: DWELLING UNIT, TEMPORARY: One in house apartment or mobile, modular or manufactured home, as a second dwelling on a property and not on a permanent foundation. (Ord. 558, 12-14-2016) 12-807: DEFINITIONS - G: GUESTHOUSE: An accessory building located on the same lot as the main building consisting of sleeping quarters with no kitchen facilities and a floor area of six hundred (600) square feet or less for the use by temporary guests or family members of the occupants of the main structure, not rented or otherwise used as a separate dwelling. 12-616: CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE, CONDITIONAL CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE: E. For the purposes of the administration of this section, the following shall be considered to be in compliance: 1. Any lot or parcel which is described on a recorded legal instrument of conveyance prior to November 18, 2008; 2. Any lot or parcel for which a valid building permit or building location permit has been issued by Bonner County since November 18, 2008, whereon development has occurred and a use has been established in reliance on that permit; 3. Any unplatted parcel which is described on a recorded legal instrument of conveyance prior to November 18, 2008; 4. Any unplatted parcel which is described on a recorded legal instrument of conveyance prior to November 18, 2008, that meets current minimum zoning district standards. (Ord. 578, 7-11-2018) 12-483: ART, PERFORMING ARTS AND RECORDING STUDIOS: E. An adequate potable water supply and a sewage disposal method approved by the Panhandle Health District and/or the State of Idaho shall be provided. 12-484: VACATION RENTALS: B. Vacation Rental Permit Procedures: A vacation rental permit approval by the Planning Director is subject to the procedures set forth in this section. 1. Vacation Rental Permit Procedures: No structure, guesthouse, dwelling or accessory dwelling unit or portion thereof shall be used as a vacation rental until an application for a vacation rental permit has been reviewed and approved by the Planning Director or designee. The application shall include the following: e. An adequate potable water supply and a sewage disposal method approved by the Panhandle Health District and/or sewer/water district and/or the State of Idaho shall be provided. 12-490 Accessory Dwelling Units B. 8. An adequate potable water supply and a sewage disposal method approved by the Panhandle Health District and/or sewer/water district and/or the State of Idaho shall be provided. 9. Accessory dwelling units shall not be eligible for a condominium project. The purpose of this is to retain and expand the supply of affordable rental housing. (Ord. 501, 11-18-2008) 12-623 Services and Utilities: B. An adequate potable water supply shall be provided per at least one of the following: 1. Subdivisions Lots to be served by an individual well on each lot: Applicants shall demonstrate how the aquifer proposed for water supply has sufficient production capability to provide drinking water to all applicable lots and that a location is available within each lot for installation of a well without conflicting with proposed sewage systems on or adjacent to the proposed lot. 2. Subdivisions Lots to be served by a new water system serving from two (2) to nine (9) lots: Documentation by an Idaho licensed professional engineer or professional geologist that the sources proposed for water supply have sufficient production capability to provide drinking water to the lots in the proposed subdivision. 3. Subdivisions Lots to be served by a new public drinking water system: Division of environmental quality written approval of an engineering report prepared by an Idaho licensed professional engineer demonstrating that an adequate water supply is available to meet the estimated demand for water from the lots in the proposed subdivision. 4. Subdivisions Lots to be served by connection to an existing public or private water system: A letter from the owner of the system indicating it has sufficient reserve production capacity to supply water to the lots in the proposed subdivision. C. An adequate sewage disposal method for all building sites, as approved by the Panhandle Health district and/or the state of Idaho, shall may be provided. 12-647 Endorsements D. A place for Panhandle Health District approval or the Sanitary Restriction as allowed by I.C. 50-1326. 12-661: Applications for adjustments of lot lines, minor notational changes. B. All applications for readjustments of lot lines and minor notational changes shall include: 2. A letter from the Panhandle health district or applicable sewer and/or water district stating the requirements for the sanitary restriction as set forth in Idaho Code title 50, chapter 13, have been met, or are not affected by a readjustment of lot lines. 12-721.2: ADMINISTRATIVE EXCEPTIONS: It shall be the duty of the planning director to exercise sound professional judgment in the issuance of administrative exceptions and to determine that such exceptions are within the purposes set forth in this subchapter: B. The planning director may issue an administrative exception from the provisions of this subchapter to allow for minor variations to the standards set forth herein to accommodate unique topographical, existing impervious surfaces, vegetative, geological or hydrological conditions. 12-487: PROVISIONS FOR UNIQUE LAND USES: Certain unique land uses pose special problems that may have a detrimental influence on surrounding land uses. The following performance standards for such unique land uses shall be adhered to in addition to all other provisions of this title: A. Bulk Storage Of Flammable Liquids, Fuel, Gases Or Combustible Materials: 1. Storage of flammable liquids, fuel, gases or combustible materials shall be below ground and will be located at least three hundred feet (300') from a residential district and will meet the requirements of all local, state and federal fire codes. 1. 2. Storage of flammable liquids, fuel, gases or combustible materials above ground may be permitted only for quantities over twenty thousand (20,000) gallons, provided all of the most restrictive state, local, and federal fire codes and fire insurance underwriter's requirements are complied with. 2. 3. No flammable liquids, fuel, gases or combustible materials will be stored below the surface of any lake, river, stream or water body in Bonner County. 12-652: APPLICATION/CONTENTS OF PRELIMINARY PLATS FOR SHORT PLAT PROCEDURE: B. Application: Applications for short plats which contain five (5) to ten (10) contiguous lots under common ownership may be processed as "short plats" as set forth in sections 12-653 through 12-654 of this subchapter.; provided, that no zone district change is required, or a planned unit development requested, to accommodate the proposed lot sizes. SECTION 3: SEVERABILITY The provisions of this Ordinance are hereby declared to be individually severable. Should any provision of this ordinance be declared invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction, such declaration shall not affect the validity of the remaining provisions. SECTION 4: EFFECTIVE DATE This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect upon its passage and publication of the ordinance or ordinance summary in one (1) issue of the Bonner County Daily Bee Newspaper. Regularly considered, passed and approved as an ordinance of Bonner County, Idaho, done this 22nd day of July, 2020, upon the following roll call vote: Chairman Dan McDonald: AYE Commissioner Jeff Connolly: AYE Commissioner Steve Bradshaw: AYE BONNER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS /s/ Dan McDonald, Chairman /s/ Jeff Connolly, Commissioner /s/ Steve Bradshaw, Commissioner ATTEST: Michael W. Rosedale, Clerk /s/ Jessi Webster By Deputy Clerk: Date July 22, 2020 Legal: /s/ B. Wilson SNP LEGAL 7916 AD#398372 AUGUST 1, 2020

PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following taxing district will receive completed Declarations of Candidacy until 5:00 pm on September 1, 2020 for positions on its governing board. Said Declarations of Candidacy are available at the district office and at the Elections Office of the Bonner County Clerk which is located at 1500 Highway 2, Suite 124 in Sandpoint, Idaho. Those wishing to seek an elected position with the following taxing district should contact the taxing district office for appropriate petition and further information. Taxing District Election Date Declaration of Candidacy Filling Deadline Bonner Soil & Water November 6, 2018 September 1, 2018 Conservation District 1224 Washington Ave. #101 Sandpoint, Idaho 83864 208-263-5310 SNP LEGAL 7923 AD#398776 AUGUST 1, 2020

PUBLIC NOTICE Pursuant to the provision of the Idaho code 31-1419-A, notice is hereby given that on the 13th day of August, 2020, at the hour of 6:00 p.m., a public hearing will be held at the Coolin-Cavanaugh Bay Fire Station, 171 Cavanaugh Bay Road, Coolin, Idaho. At which hearing the board of fire commissioners of the district will explain its proposed budget for the year 2021, at which hearing all interested persons may attend and file objections thereto. A copy of the proposed 2021 budget for the Coolin-Cavanaugh Bay Fire Protection District is attached and made part of this notice of hearing, and such budget shall be available for public inspection from and after said date of this notice, at said fire station, located at 171 Cavanaugh Bay Road, Coolin, Idaho. Said budget notice is also posted at the US Post Office, Leonard Paul Store and the Fire Station, all in Coolin, Idaho. PROPOSED BUDGET 2021 RECEIPTS: Estimated Revenue $133,982 EXPENSES Operational Expense $87,182 Audit $1,800 Firefighter Training & Equipment $33,950 Insurance $4,050 Building Fund $3,500 Vehicle Fund $3,500 TOTAL NEW BUDGET $133,982 CDA LEGAL 7922 AD#398747 AUGUST 1, 2020

NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING Notice is hereby given that the Ellisport Bay Sewer District, Bonner County, Idaho shall conduct a budget-hearing meeting on Monday, August 10, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. via a Zoom Meeting, due to COVID19, for the purpose of a public hearing to be held for its operational budget for the fiscal year 2020-2021. The public may contact the District Clerk for the Zoom Link at 208-264-0112 or clerk@ebsewerdistrict.com. The proposed budget may be examined at the Pend Oreille Shores Resort, Activities Building in East Hope, Idaho, prior to such hearing, between the hours of 8am and 12pm from August 3th through August 10th, Mondays or Wednesdays. The following is a full and complete copy of the proposed budget. ELLISPORT BAY SEWER DISTRICT Proposed Budget for 2020-2021 PROPOSED BUDGET 2020-2021 PROPOSED BUDGET INCOME 2020-2021 Interest Income $ 2,500.00 Late Penalties $ 2,500.00 Misc. Income $ 1,000.00 O&M and Vacant Lot fees $ 154,970.00 Total Income $ 160,970.00 TRANSFER TO CAPITAL REPLACEMENT FUND $ 15,013.00 $ 145,957.00 PROPOSED BUDGET 2020-2021 OPERATING EXPENSES Chemicals $ 3,500.00 Engineering/Professional Fees $ 3,000.00 Fees $ 4,500.00 Insurance & Bonds $ 3,900.00 Leases/MRL Contract $ 760.00 Legal & Bookkeeping/Accounting $ 8,000.00 Maint./Repairs $ 31,547.00 Miscellaneous $ 500.00 Office Supplies & Equip. $ 3,000.00 Payroll Taxes & Benefits $ 7,000.00 Personnel Training Expense & travel $ 1,200.00 Property Tax $ 50.00 Printing & Publishing $ 1,500.00 Rent $ 1,500.00 Testing $ 4,000.00 Utilities(power, phone, internet) $ 13,000.00 Wages $ 59,000.00 Total Operating Expense $ 145,957.00 ELLISPORT BAY SEWER DISTRICT BY: L. Henderson, Clerk SNP LEGAL 7921 AD#398617 AUGUST 1, 2020

West Priest Lake Fire District 2020-21 Budget Proposed budget 2020-2021 Accounts INCOME County Tax Warrant 76,617 Donation income 6,000 Carryover from prev year 10,000 Grant income 5,000 Interest income 31 Utility reimburse income 600 TOTAL INCOME 98,248 EXPENSES Accounting & Legal fees 3,000 Capital Outlay 40,000 Education & Training 750 Fees & Permits 1,000 Fire safety equip & supplies 8,972 Fuel 1,000 Grant commission fee 2,000 Insurance 3,026 Maintenance & Repair 10,000 Office expense 3,500 Payroll & PR Taxes 14,000 Utilities & Phone 11,000 TOTAL EXPENSES 98,248 SNP LEGAL 7911 AD#397949 JULY 30, 31, AUGUST 1, 2020