The panel, which met Thursday, set Sept. 6 as the date it will make its decision, after hearing from a county official how a revision of Kitsap’s urban growth area boundaries now in the works could affect the incorporation effort.
With or without the board’s support, incorporation would have to be approved by voters. Four attempts in previous years have failed.
Special Projects Manager Eric Baker said the county commissioners are likely to conclude their deliberations next week and choose one of two options for revised Silverdale UGA boundaries — as well as other UGA revisions. The Central Puget Sound Growth Management Hearings Board mandated the revision in 2011.
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