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KITTITAS COUNTY <br />BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS <br />AGENDA STAFF REPORT <br /> <br />AGENDA DATE: March 5, 2019 <br /> <br />ACTION REQUESTED: Consider an Event Application request from ABATE of <br />Washington to hold the 2019 Spring Opener. <br /> <br /> <br />BACKGROUND: On January 3, 2019 the Kittitas County Board of <br />Commissioners received an Event Application & permit fee <br />from ABATE of Washington to hold the 2019 Spring <br />Opener (June 27 - 30, 2019). Lyle Coyle, ABATE <br />indicated that once the event-permit was approved they <br />would have Kittitas County named on the Certificate of <br />Liability Insurance/endorsements, noting they have done <br />this in years past. <br /> <br />INTERACTION: On January 3, 2019 Staff sent the application materials to <br />various County departments for their review and <br />recommendation for the proposed event. <br /> <br />Staff received recommendations of approval or contingent <br />approval from: Solid Waste, Public Works, Sheriff, Public <br />Health & Fire Marshal noting that the County Prosecutor <br />was unable to approve due to no insurance or endorsement <br />being issued at the time of Staff Report being generated. <br /> <br />The Sheriff’s Office indicated if ABATE commits to the <br />same additional level of security as in the past few years, <br />and that their security leads he would support approval of <br />the event, noting the noise waiver for three nights until 1:00 <br />a.m. on June 27, 28, 29 and 30th 2019. <br /> <br />The Kittitas County Deputy Prosecutor (Chris Horner) <br />indicated that until he has seen the Endorsements and the <br />Certificate of Insurance naming the County, he could not <br />recommend an approval of the request. <br /> <br />The Kittitas County Public Works Department (Chuck <br />Reed, Road Foreman) submitted a recommendation to <br />approve the Special Event Permit with a recommendation <br />of the following criteria: advance notice be given to the <br />public though adverting in the Daily Record and the