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Development Agreements
This page provides an overview of development agreements for local governments in Washington State, including examples from various cities and counties.
A development agreement is a voluntary contract between a local jurisdiction and a person who owns or controls property within the jurisdiction, detailing the obligations of both parties and specifying the standards and conditions that will govern development of the property. Although the agreements are voluntary, once made they are binding on the parties and their successors. A development agreement provides assurances to the developer that the development regulations that apply to the project will not change during the term of the agreement. The city or county may require conditions to mitigate project impacts, as well as clarification about project phasing and timing of public improvements. RCW 36.70B.170 describes the type of development standards that are appropriate in a development agreement. Statutory Authority / Legal Requirements The Local Project Review Act (Ch. 36.70B RCW), enacted in 1995, provides specific authority and direction for development agreements. In particular, see RCW 36.70B.170 - .210 and WAC 365-196-845. Local jurisdictions must hold a public hearing prior to approving a development agreement and may only impose impact fees, dedications, mitigation measures, and standards as authorized by other laws. RCW 36.70B.180 addresses vested rights under a development agreement. Examples of Development Agreements

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Quick Start Guide

* Need to Uninstall/Install Service software on both Empower Device and your Android Phone
* On windows PC, you need disconnect usb cable and use WIFI connection between PC and Empower Device
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Everything you need to know about setting up your hardware.

Empower Quick Start Guide

Hardware Overview

Buttons and Ports

USB 3.0
You can connect your smartphone or PC via USB 3.0 for data transfer

Micro USB
You can use this port to charge your module

On/Off Switch
Power your module on or off

Power On Indicator
When your module is on, this button will be illuminated.

Charging Indicator
When charging your module, this button will be illuminated

Connecting Your Module to the HMD

Setting up Your Device for First Use

Your Empower module comes with necessary firmware preinstalled. To complete setup and begin using your device, you will need to:

⦁ Go to to set up an account.
⦁ Download the Empower Drivers and Empower FAQ at
⦁ Follow the installation instructions in Empower FAQ, including setting up Empower Service on your smartphone
⦁ Follow instructions to configure your HMD for Google Cardboard, using one of the following QR codes:

Connecting your Smartphone, HMD and Module

⦁ Connect the module to your smartphone with Fingo Service installed
⦁ Fingo Service will automatically activate once connected
⦁ Return to smartphone home screen
⦁ Select desired application
⦁ Slide smartphone into HMD
⦁ Secure Empower module

Connecting to WiFi and Application Stores

As an add-on module plus HMD system, your smartphone will remain the primary connectivity gateway to access online content or download and install applications to use.

Apart from your smartphone you may also use a PC emulator (we recommend to use your module for developing and testing content