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<br />Michelle McConnell <br />From:Stewart, Jeff R. (ECY) [jste461@ECY.WA.GOV] <br />Sent:Thursday, July 08, 2010 11:47 AM <br />To:Michelle McConnell <br />Subject:FW: SMP Amendment <br />Hi Michelle, <br /> <br />I have been combing through email records that were mislaid (spam filters) and found this, which should be added to <br />the public comments for the LASMP. Please forgive the delay. <br /> <br /> <br />Jeffree Stewart <br />Shoreline Specialist <br />Washington Department of Ecology <br />360-407-6521 <br /> <br /> <br />From: Tom Callahan [mailto:tcallahanpl@gmail.com] <br />Sent: Saturday, April 17, 2010 9:44 AM <br />To: Stewart, Jeff R. (ECY) <br />Subject: SMP Amendment <br /> <br />For the record I am totally against adopting the 2009 SMP Amendment Resolution #77-09. Port Ludlow is a <br />master planned community and was platted many years ago. My lot is not 150 feet deep. Most shoreline lots in <br />Port Ludlow are not 150 feet deep so therefore under this new proposed amendment my property would be <br />deemed worthless.What this county needs are sewers particularly for homeowners who live on the water. Here <br />in Port Ludlow we pay dearly for our sewer connection and as a result our water around Port Ludlow is much <br />cleaner than communities that do not have sewers. Why don't you,as a shoreline specialist, mandate up to date <br />septic tanks and enforce the law instead of making a land grab that in my opinion is totally the wrong way to <br />go? If this Amendment is passed the tax base in Jefferson County will be in chaos and the law suits from <br />shoreline owners will put the County in real danger of collapse financially. <br /> <br />Tom Callahan <br />142 Skiff Lane <br />Port Ludlow,Wa <br />1 <br />