(2) An appeal made pursuant to this section is processed as an appeal of a Type 1 decision in accordance with chapter 30.71 SCC, except as otherwise provided in this section.
(3) An appeal of a DNS, MDNS, or EIS adequacy associated with an underlying Type 1 decision shall be combined with appeal of the underlying Type 1 decision and considered together at a combined appeal hearing, except as provided in SCC 30.61.300(10).
(4) An appeal of a DNS, MDNS, or EIS adequacy associated with an underlying Type 2 application shall be considered at an appeal hearing that is combined with the open record hearing for the Type 2 application, except as provided in SCC 30.61.300(10).
(5) An appeal of a DNS, MDNS, or EIS adequacy associated with a commercial building or land disturbing activity permit not related to single family residential development shall be processed as an appeal of a Type 1 decision.
(6) An appeal of a DS associated with a project permit application shall be adjudicated prior to a decision on the project permit, and for a Type 2 application, prior to convening an open record hearing for the Type 2 application.
(8) Administrative appeals shall be limited to one review of a threshold determination and to one review of the adequacy of a final EIS. An appeal shall not be allowed following remand from an appeal under this chapter, except that an appeal challenging the adequacy of a final EIS shall be allowed if the adequacy of a final EIS was not the subject of the prior appeal.
(9) Appeals of intermediate steps under this chapter, including but not limited to, lead agency determination, scoping, and draft EIS adequacy shall not be allowed.
(10) Appeal of a DNS, MDNS, or EIS adequacy related to a Type 1 or Type 2 shoreline substantial development, shoreline variance and shoreline conditional use permit shall be submitted to the state shorelines hearings board together with appeal of the underlying permit.
(11) An appeal of the conditioning or denial of a proposal pursuant to RCW 43.21C.060 shall not be made to the county council as a separate appeal under this chapter but may be considered as part of an underlying permit appeal filed pursuant to SCC 30.72.070. (Added by Amended Ord. 02-064, Dec. 9, 2002, Eff date Feb. 1, 2003; Amended by Ord. 03-068, July 9, 2003, Eff date July 28, 2003; Amended by Amended Ord. 10-023, June 9, 2010, Eff date Sept. 30, 2010).