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A. Within 28 days after receiving a project permit application, the town must mail or give a written determination to the applicant, stating either:

1. That the application is complete. An application is complete when it meets the procedural requirements of this code as determined by the town planner and is sufficient for continued processing, even though additional information may be required or project modifications may be undertaken later;

2. That the application is incomplete and what is necessary to make the application complete. The applicant then has 90 days to submit the information to the town. If the applicant does not submit the required additional information within the 90-day period, the application will lapse. Within 14 days after an applicant has submitted additional information identified by the town planner as being necessary for a complete application, the applicant must be notified that the application is complete. (RCW 36.70B.070)

B. An application will be deemed complete if the town does not provide a written determination to the applicant that the application is incomplete within 28 days after receiving the application. (RCW 36.70B.070) [Ord. 378 § 2 (Exh. 1), 1999.]