At its meeting on August 18, the Commission adopted its Findings, Conclusion and Order denying LU 13-0046. Appeals of Commission decisions are heard by City Council. The Appeal Period for this project ended September 2, 2014.
The applicant is requesting approval of a Development Review Permit to construct a mixed use project, including 207 residential units and 36,500 square feet of commercial use in three buildings, with the following Exceptions to the Community Development Code standards:
The applicant also is requesting removal of 25 trees to accommodate the development.
This page has been created in order to view the newly submitted materials.
The exhibits listed are the revised plans, the numbering is contiguous with the previous exhibits received earlier this year and can be viewed at the link above.
New exhibits received for the July 21, 2014 Development Review Commission hearing are numbers as follows:
GRAPHICS/PLANS: E-39 THRU E-57
WRITTEN MATERIALS: F-25 THRU F-27
OPPONENT LETTERS - G-409 THRU G-416
PROPONENT LETTERS- G-1027 THRU G-1028
The Case File Materials posted under the designated Planning Division’s Land Use Project Pages and links are:
- There are additional materials in the Case File that the Project Manager believes are NOT for the purpose of addressing whether the proposed development application complies with the applicable criteria. These additional materials are NOT posted. (Only materials identified by the applicant or interested parties for the purpose of addressing the applicable criteria are made a part of the “record” before the reviewing authority.)
The Planning Division’s Case File may be viewed by the public Monday - Friday, excluding holidays, 8 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. in the Planning and Building Services Department. Persons are encouraged to contact the Project Manager to arrange for a suitable location to review the materials in the Case File.
Note: Materials exempt under the Oregon Public Records Law, ORS 192.501 and 192.502 may be withheld from public review of the Case File; such materials are NOT a part of the “record” before the reviewing authority in determining whether or not the proposed development complies with the applicable criteria.
Land Use Applications & More
Leslie Hamilton, Senior Planner