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WAC 388-107-1150

Application process.

(1) To apply for an enhanced services facility license, a person must:
(a) Submit to the department a complete license application on forms designated by the department at least sixty days prior to the proposed effective date of the license;
(b) Submit all relevant attachments specified in the application;
(c) Submit department background authorization forms;
(d) Sign the application;
(e) Submit the license fee;
(f) Submit verification that construction plans have been approved by construction review services and verify that the department has received an approved inspection by the state fire marshal;
(g) Submit a revised application before the license is issued if any information has changed since the initial license application was submitted;
(h) Submit a revised application containing current information about the proposed licensee or any other persons named in the application, if a license application is pending for more than one year; and
(i) If the licensee's agent prepares an application on the licensee's behalf, the licensee must review, sign and attest to the accuracy of the information contained in the application.
(2) A currently licensed facility converting to an enhanced services facility must:
(a) Give up its current license before applying; and
(b) Meet all requirements in subsection (1) above.
(3) A currently licensed facility converting a wing, or portion of the facility, to an enhanced services facility must:
(a) Change the current license to reflect the new facility structure and capacity of the existing facility;
(b) Apply for an enhanced services facility license and meet all requirements in subsection (1) above;
(c) Create a new business entity separate from the existing business structure of the current licensee; and
(d) Provide the department with enough information to show that the enhanced services facility will be operated independently from the currently licensed entity, with no shared services, separate indoor and outdoor space, separate staffing, and separate administrative structure.
(4) A license must be issued only to the individual or entity that applied for the license.
(5) A license may not exceed twelve months in duration and expires on a date set by the department.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.97 RCW. WSR 14-19-071, ยง 388-107-1150, filed 9/12/14, effective 10/13/14.]
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