|(1)||Except as otherwise specially provided herein, the university shall serve as
the lead agency for all proposals.
|(2)||When the total proposal will involve both private and university construction
activity, it shall be characterized as either a private or a university project
for the purposes of lead agency designation, depending upon whether the primary
sponsor or initiator of the project is the university or a private party. Any
project in which university and private interests are too intertwined to make
this characterization shall be considered a university project.
|(3)||The university's responsibilities as lead agency include complying with the
threshold determination procedures; the initiation and administration of the
scoping process; the supervision or actual preparation of draft EIS's, including
the circulation of such statements, the conduct of any public hearings or public
meetings required by these rules; and the supervision or preparation of required
final EIS's and supplemental EIS's.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 43.21C.120. 00-04-039, § 478-324-200, filed 1/25/00, effective 2/25/00. Statutory Authority: RCW 43.21C.120 and WAC 197-11-904. 84-20-074 (Order), § 478-324-200, filed 10/2/84.]