CITY OF WEST LINN
FILE NO. ZC-08-02/MIP-08-04
The West Linn Planning Commission is scheduled to hold a public hearing, on Wednesday, May 6, 2009, starting at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers of City Hall (located at 22500 Salamo Road, West Linn, OR,) to consider the request of Mr. William Dehning for a Zone Change from R-40 (low density single family residential ) to R-20 (low density residential) property at 22810 Weatherhill Road at the southwest corner of Weatherhill Lane and Salamo Road. Essentially the applicant is proposing going from one acre to half acre lots. Approval criteria for the Zone Change are contained in CDC Chapter 105. Also, the applicant is proposing to partition the lot which already has a house on it, to create just one more building lot. Approval or disapproval of the request will be based upon the criteria of CDC chapter 85 and these criteria only. At the hearing, it is important that comments relate specifically to the applicable criteria listed.
The complete application in the above noted file is available for inspection at no cost, and also on the city we site, or copies can be obtained for a minimal charge per page. At least ten days prior to the hearing, a copy of the staff report will be available for inspection at the planning office and also on the web site at http://westlinnoregon.gov/planning/projects. For further information, please contact Peter Spir, Associate Planner, at City Hall, 22500 Salamo Road, West Linn, OR 97068. For fastest response, e-mail at email@example.com. Alternately, you may telephone at 503-723-2539.
The hearing will be conducted in accordance with the rules of Section 99.170 of the Community Development Code, adopted December 14, 1987, Ordinance 1129. Anyone wishing to present written testimony on this proposed action may do so in writing prior to, or at the public hearing. Oral testimony may be presented at the public hearing. At the public hearing, the Planning Commission will receive a staff report presentation from the City Planner; and invite both oral and written testimony. The Planning Commission may continue the public hearing to another meeting to obtain additional information, or close the public hearing and take action on the application. If a person submits evidence in support of the application, any party is entitled to request a continuance of the hearing. If there is no continuance granted at the hearing, any participant in the hearing may request that the record remain open for at least seven days after the hearing. Failure to raise an issue in person or by letter at some point prior to the close of the hearing, or failure to provide sufficient specificity to afford the decision maker an opportunity to respond to the issue, precludes an appeal to the Land Use Board of Appeals (LUBA) based on that issue.
Planning Administrative Assistant
Publish 04/23/2009. WLT9633