According to Bainbridge Island Municipal Code 2.14.030, the Hearing Examiner is responsible for conducting hearings on and adjudicating quasi-judicial cases involving a variety of complex land use and regulatory compliance issues, and other issues which the City Council may designate to the Hearing Examiner by ordinance. The hearing examiner shall issue decisions or recommendations based on relevant ordinances, regulations, policies, statutes, and other authorities.
The City's primary Hearing Examiners are Ted Hunter and Andrew Reeves, and the Pro Tem Hearing Examiner is Lee Raaen, all of whom are attorneys for Sound Law Center, LLC. Hearings are held at City Hall in the Council Chamber.
|Date & Time||Project Name||Permit Number||Notice||Decision||Appeal
|Lapinski Dock||PLN51157 SSDP & SVAR||10/12/18||pending||TBD|
|Ericksen Townhomes||PLN50804B SPR & CUP||10/05/18||pending||TBD|
|Galbreath||PLN50996 RUE & VAR
|Date & Time||Project Name||Permit Number||Decision|
Once the written comment period has ended, no other written comments will be considered unless submitted at the scheduled hearing. (See specific project notice for details.)
A decision may be appealed by filing a written appeal containing a summary of grounds for the appeal and paying a $530.00 filing fee to the City Clerk at 280 Madison Avenue North, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110, in accordance with the procedures set forth in the Bainbridge Island Municipal Code, Section 2.16.020. An appeal must be filed no later than 4:00PM on the date listed above.
Decisions & Recommendations
Previous Hearing ExaminerRecommendations and Decisions.
The Bainbridge Island Municipal Code, in Chapters 2.14 and 2.16, establishes the hearing examiner review and appeal procedures. For more information, please read the Hearing Examiner Rules of Procedure (PDF).