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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

The City of Lake Oswego Planning Commission will hold a public hearing in the City Council Chamber located in Lake Oswego City Hall at 380 A Avenue on Monday, July 28, 2014, 6:30 p.m.  The Commission will consider LU 14-0014B and LU 14-0018, a request from the City of Lake Oswego for the following citywide legislative amendments to the Community Development Code (CDC):
(Please note that staff will be recommending that the public hearing for LU 14-0014B be opened and immediately continued to August 25, 2014.  This is being done to allow adequate time for the Planning Commission to hold the hearing for LU 14-0018 and conduct a work session on revisions to the Sensitive Lands program.)
•Ordinance 2648, LU 14-0014B – Annual Code Updates:  These amendments are intended to correct errors, eliminate text ambiguity or redundancy, and clarify text to reflect existing code interpretations. The process is part of the City’s ongoing effort to make the regulations more user-friendly for residents, developers, and staff.  Key amendments address solar panel height; front porches and street side yard setbacks in the R-6 zone; the prohibition of invasive plant species in required landscaping and tree mitigation; clarify required bike parking should be covered; clarify that certain minor developments must be located within 100 feet from a collector or arterial street; and clarify how Park and Open Space land is identified.  The following code sections are affected:  LOC 50.04, Dimensional Table, Exceptions, Projections and Encroachments; LOC 50.05, Overlay and Design Districts; LOC 50.06, Development Standards.  Staff coordinator is Leslie Hamilton, Senior Planner, (503) 675-3731.

Ordinance 2644, LU 14-0018 – Nonconformities and Variances: These amendments update, streamline and simplify sections of the CDC that allow adjustments or variances to code standards and regulate nonconforming structures and uses. They are intended to make the code easier to understand and administer. Key changes include clarifying the code as it applies to all common types of nonconformities (structures, uses, lots, and site features); making the code more streamlined as it applies to conforming expansions of nonconforming commercial, multi-family, industrial, public, and institutional structures; and simplifying the existing procedures by which an applicant can vary or adjust standards in the CDC, by reducing the number of variance categories from nine to three and modifying the variance criteria. The following code sections are affected:  LOC 50.01.006, Nonconforming Structures; LOC 50.08, Adjustments, Alternatives and Variances; LOC 50.05.007, Lake Gove Village Center Overlay District; LOC 50.07, Review and Approval Procedures; and LOC 50.10.003, Definitions.  Staff coordinator is Jessica Numanoglu, (503) 635-0283.

Additional amendments are proposed.  A complete list of the proposed amendments and additional information can be found on the city’s website.

A copy of the proposed amendments is on file in the Planning & Building Services Department at City Hall.  Since the time allowed for public testimony is limited, you are urged to review the record and be thoroughly familiar with it if you plan to testify.

Information can also be obtained by visiting the City’s website at:

http://www.ci.oswego.or.us/projects

(Search for LU 14-0014B or LU 14-0018)
Publish 7/17/2014.            LOR13119

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
BEFORE THE CITY COUNCIL

Hearing Date, Time, and Location:
Tuesday, July 29, 2014; 6:30 p.m.
City Council Chambers
380 A Avenue
Lake Oswego, OR  97034

The Lake Oswego City Council will meet at the above date, time and location to conduct a public hearing and consider adoption of amendments to the Lake Oswego Code, Chapters 15, 42, and 55.

Nature of Application and Use or Uses Which Could be Authorized:
The proposed amendments would update the Lake Oswego Code to modify sections that the Fire, Engineering, Building, and Planning departments have found could be improved by removing ambiguous and conflicting language, and correcting provisions.

Description of the Proposed Amendments:
* Fire Code: updating references and removing redundancy with State Fire Code; exception to allow storage of smokeless propellant, black powder, and small arms primers for personal use.
* Streets: Implements Council fee resolution for construction permits; removes requirement that street opening permits be issued under minor development procedure; prohibits right-of-way encroachments that conflict with Americans with Disabilities Act; ties undergrounding of utilities to new construction, eliminates undergrounding for remodeling.
* Tree Code: defines and excludes tree stump removal from needing tree removal permit; prohibits invasive species from being counted as required mitigation trees.

The proposed amendments would be implemented through the adoption of Ordinance 2649, which will be considered at the public hearing. The title of Ordinance 2649 is as follows:
Ordinance No. 2649
An Ordinance of the Lake Oswego City Council Clarifying, Revising, and Updating Articles 15.06 (Fire Code), 42.04 (Construction Permits), 42.12 (Excavation Permits), 42.18 (Rights-of-Way and Easements), 45.09 (Building Code / Various Code), and Chapter 55.02 (Trees / Tree Removal) [2014 Code Maintenance]

A copy of the Ordinance will be available from the City Recorder one week in advance of the hearing.

Staff Contacts:
Inquiries regarding the proposal may be directed to: Evan Boone, Deputy City Attorney, 503-635-0225 or eboone@ci.oswego.or.us. For information about the public hearing, contact Catherine Schneider, City Recorder, (503) 675-3984.

How to Comment:
Bring or mail written comments to:
Catherine Schneider, City Recorder     Phone:  (503) 675-3984
Third Floor, City Hall        Fax:  (503) 697-6594
380 A Avenue    e-mail: cschneider@ci.oswego.or.us
Post Office Box 369
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034
You may attend the hearing and comment under the section for public testimony.  For more about the hearing procedures, contact staff.

Decision:
The City Council may make a decision following the hearing.

Time Limits on Testimony:
The purpose of time limits on testimony is to provide all interested persons with an adequate opportunity to present and respond to testimony while at the same time ensuring that the hearing can be conducted in an efficient and expeditious manner.  The following time limits on testimony shall be observed, but may be changed by the Council:
Testimony will be taken in the following order: in support of the amendment, in opposition to the amendment, neutral.
* 10 minutes for a representative of a recognized neighborhood association, homeowner association, government agency, or other incorporated public interest organization;
* 5 minutes for other persons.
Publish 07/17/2014.                     LOR13117

NOTICE OF PROPOSED STREET VACATION

NOTICE OF PROPOSED STREET VACATION
Notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Lake Oswego, Oregon, at a regular meeting held on December 17, 2013 adopted Resolution 13-59, declaring the intent of the City Council to vacate a portion of Rosewood Street and accept an adjacent right-of-way dedication to allow for the realignment and new connection of Rosewood Street to Boones Ferry Road.

Petitioner:     Steve Tangney, West Coast Self Storage
Date Filed:     September 30, 2013
Description of the Street Area to be Vacated:
A portion of the westerly end of Rosewood Street, lying adjacent to Boones Ferry Road, as depicted in the drawing below.

Click to view vicinity map.

Comments on the proposed vacation of the above described street will be heard by the City Council as part of a public hearing scheduled during the July 29, 2014 City Council meeting. This meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. in Council Chambers at City Hall, 380 A Avenue.  Written testimony may be filed with the City Recorder until 5:00 p.m. on July 29.

If the City Council approves the street vacation, following the public hearing, it will enact Ordinance 2650, implementing the street vacation. The title of Ordinance 2650 is as follows:

ORDINANCE 2650
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF LAKE OSWEGO VACATING A PORTION OF ROSEWOOD  STREET RIGHT-OF-WAY AT THE INTERSECTION OF BOONES FERRY ROAD

Inquiries regarding the proposal may be directed to Todd Knepper, Engineering Program Supervisor, (503) 675-2534.  For information about the public hearing, contact Catherine Schneider, City Recorder, (503) 675-3984.
Publish 07/10, 07/17/2014.               LOR13116

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING

The City of Lake Oswego Development Review Commission will hold a public hearing in the City Hall Council Chamber at 380 A Avenue, Lake Oswego, Oregon on Monday, July 21, 2014, at 6:00 p.m. to consider the revised application for Block 137 (Wizer Block):

LU 13-0046:
A request by Evergreen Group, LLC, for 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:
* Residential uses on the ground floor in EC zone [LOC 50.03.003.1.e.ii]
* Reduced amount of storefront glazing [LOC 50.05.004.6.b.i]
* Retail parking entrance on 1st Street [LOC 50.05.004.10.b]
* Shared private/public parking provided on-site [LOC 50.06.002]

The applicant also is requesting removal of 25 trees to accommodate the development. (The original application was reviewed by the Commission in February 2014)
Location of Property: 140 A Avenue, Tax Lot 08300 of Tax Map 21E 03DD.  Staff coordinator is Leslie Hamilton.
Publish 07/10/2014.                     LOR13114

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETINGS

NOTICE OF PLANNING COMMISSION
PUBLIC MEETINGS

The City of Lake Oswego Planning Commission will hold the following work sessions in the City Council Chamber located in Lake Oswego City Hall at 380 A Avenue:

Monday, July 14, 2014, at 6:30 p.m.

The Planning Commission will review and provide feedback on the first component of the City’s proposed Natural Resource Protection Program: the Water Quality Resource Areas (WQRA) overlay district. The WQRA overlay would replace existing Resource Protection (RP) Districts; it would regulate Title 3 resources (e.g., streams and wetlands) on public and private properties. The draft regulations are intended to be more flexible, where possible, and easier to use than the existing RP District standards.

Monday, July 28, 2014, at 6:30 p.m.

The Planning Commission will review and provide feedback on the second and third components of the City’s proposed Natural Resource Protection Program: the Habitat Protection Area (HPA) overlay district for public properties and private open space tracts, and the voluntary, incentive-based programs for other private properties. The HPA overlay would regulate Title 13 resources (i.e., wildlife habitat) on public properties and private open space tracts only; it would replace existing RC Districts on these properties. Regulations would not apply to Title 13 resources on private property; existing RC Districts would be removed, and the City would offer voluntary, incentive-based programs to engage the broader community in resource stewardship.

The Commission will accept public comments during the first 15 minutes of each work session.

Staff coordinator is Andrea Christenson, Natural Resources Planner, (503) 675-3990.

Publish 07/03/2014.                   LOR13113

NOTICE OF POTENTIAL ANNEXATION OF TERRITORY

NOTICE OF POTENTIAL
ANNEXATION OF TERRITORY
The City of Lake Oswego has received annexation petitions for two parcels which are located within the Urban Service Boundary of the City of Lake Oswego.  The parcels are located at:

14061 Goodall Road (21E04CA02700) and
18430 Pilkington Road (21E18DC05807)

The Lake Oswego City Council will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, July 15, 2014, at 6:30 p.m. in the City Hall Council Chambers, 380 A Avenue, Lake Oswego, Oregon to consider these annexation petitions and proposed ordinances, including the designation of zone(s) for the parcels.

Annexations are adopted by ordinance.  The titles of the ordinances are:
Ordinance No. 2646
An ordinance annexing to the City of Lake Oswego one parcel consisting of 1.73 acres located at 14061 Goodall Road; declaring City of Lake Oswego zoning pursuant to LOC 50.01.004.5(a-c); and removing the territory from certain districts (AN 14-0004).

Ordinance No. 2647
An ordinance annexing to the City of Lake Oswego one parcel consisting of 0.23 acres located at 18430 Pilkington Road; declaring City of Lake Oswego zoning pursuant to LOC 50.01.004.5(a-c); and removing the territory from certain districts (AN 14-0005).

APPLICABLE CRITERIA:
1.    Oregon Revised Statutes, Boundary Changes; Mergers and Consolidations
* ORS 222.111(2) Annexation of Contiguous Territory, Authority and procedure for annexation, generally.
* ORS 222.125 Annexation by consent of all owners of all of the land in the area to be annexed and not less than 50% of the registered voters living in the area.
* ORS 222.170 Annexation by consent of more than half of the owners of land in the territory to be annexed, who also own more than half of the land in the territory.
2.    Metro Code
* 3.09.040(a)(1-7) Minimum Requirements for Petitions.
* 3.09.050 Uniform Hearing Requirements for Final Decisions.
* 3.09.050(b)(1-5), (d)(1-5).
3.    Lake Oswego Community Development Code
* Section 50.05.009.4 Zoning of Annexed Areas
* Section 50.01.004.5 Comprehensive Plan Map Designations Automatically Applied Upon Annexations; Exceptions.
4.    Lake Oswego Comprehensive Plan Policies
Goal 14, Policies 10, 13, 14
Anyone interested in commenting may either speak during the public hearing or submit written comments by 5:00 p.m. on July 15, 2014 to:
Cate Schneider, City Recorder
City of Lake Oswego
380 A Avenue, Third Floor
P.O. Box 369        Fax:  (503) 697-6594
Lake Oswego, OR 97034
e-mail:  public_affairs@ci.oswego.or.us

The hearing will include an opportunity for persons to testify in favor, in opposition, and neither for nor against, and petitioner’s rebuttal.  Individuals are allowed up to 5 minutes, and another person may cede their time to an individual, in which case no individual shall have more than 10 minutes to testify.  Recognized neighborhood associations, governments and government agencies, and other incorporated public interest organizations have up to 10 minutes to testify.  See LOC 50.07.003.4.a and 50.07.003.4.b.

Note:  Failure to raise an issue in the hearing, in person or by letter, or failure to provide statements or evidence sufficient to afford the City Council an opportunity to respond to the issue precludes appeal to the Land Use Board of Appeals based on that issue.

Copies of the petition, all documents and evidence submitted by or on behalf of the applicants, applicable criteria, maps and proposed Ordinances 2646 and 2647 are available for inspection at no cost.  The staff reports will be available for review 15 days before the hearing and a copy will also be available for review at the Lake Oswego Library in the “Reference” section.  Copies will be provided at reasonable cost.  To inspect or purchase copies of the above documents, please go to City Hall at the above address.
See also:

http://www.ci.oswego.or.us/planning/14-0004-14061-goodall-road

http://www.ci.oswego.or.us/planning/14-0005-18430-pilkington-road

Inquiries regarding the proposal may be directed to Paul Espe, Associate Planner, at (503) 697-6577.

For information about the public hearing, contact Cate Schneider, City Recorder, (503) 675-3984.  Please refer to files AN 14-0004, (proposed Ordinance 2646) or AN 14-0005 (proposed Ordinance 2647)

Publish 07/03, 07/10/2014.                  LOR13112

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
BEFORE THE CITY COUNCIL
(Legislative – LOC 50.07.003.16.e)

Hearing Date, Time, and Location:
Tuesday, July 1, 2014; 6:30 p.m.
City Council Chambers
380 A Avenue
Lake Oswego, OR 97034

File Number: LU 14-0015 (Ordinance 2645)

Applicant: City of Lake Oswego

Nature of Application and Use or Uses Which Could be Authorized:
A request from the City of Lake Oswego for amendments to the Comprehensive Plan, Connected Community Chapter, to include an updated Transportation Systems Plan (TSP). The TSP must comply with Statewide Planning Goal 12 (Transportation) and Metro’s Regional Transportation Functional Plan.

Description of the Proposed Legislative Amendments:
The City of Lake Oswego recently updated its Comprehensive Plan in part to meet state-mandated Periodic Review requirements. The updated Plan was approved by the City Council on February 18, 2014. The City’s Transportation System Plan (TSP), last reviewed in 1997, is being updated to make it consistent with the recently adopted Comprehensive Plan and to comply with State Transportation Planning requirements. The TSP provides a current status of the transportation system and is used to plan for future transportation system improvements. As one part of the City’s Public Facilities Plan, the TSP implements the Connected Community chapter of the Comprehensive Plan and is guided by the same goals and policies found in the Connected Community chapter.
On May 28, 2014, the Planning Commission recommended that the City Council approve the proposed amendments. A copy of the recommended text amendments can be found on the City’s website:

http://www.ci.oswego.or.us/projects

(Under “Search” enter LU 14-0015, then press “Submit”)

The proposed amendments would be implemented through the adoption of Ordinance 2645, which will be considered at the public hearing. The title of Ordinance 2645 is as follows:
Ordinance No. 2645
An Ordinance of the Lake Oswego City Council amending the Comprehensive Plan to include an updated Transportation System Plan (TSP), [LU 14-0015].

Copies of the Ordinance will be available from the City Recorder one week in advance of the hearing.

Staff Contacts:
Inquiries regarding the proposal may be directed to:
Debra Andreades, Senior Planner, can be reached at (503) 635-0292 or dandreades@ci.oswego.or.us
Amanda Owings, Traffic Engineer, can be reached at (503) 635-0274 or aowings@ci.oswego.or.us

For information about the public hearing, contact Catherine Schneider, City Recorder, (503) 675-3984.

How to Comment:
Bring or mail written comments to:
Catherine Schneider, City Recorder Phone: (503) 675-3984
Third Floor, City Hall Fax: (503) 697-6594
380 A Avenue e-mail: cschneider@ci.oswego.or.us
Post Office Box 369
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034
You may attend the hearing and comment under the section for public testimony. For more about the hearing procedures, contact staff.

Decision:
The City Council may make a preliminary decision following the hearing. The final City Council decision will be made by adoption of written findings outlining the reasons for the decision. That action usually takes place at the following Council meeting.

Time Limits on Testimony:
The purpose of time limits on testimony is to provide all interested persons with an adequate opportunity to present and respond to testimony while at the same time ensuring that the hearing can be conducted in an efficient and expeditious manner. The following time limits on testimony shall be observed, but may be changed by the Council:
Testimony will be taken in the following order: in support of the amendment, in opposition to the amendment, neutral.
* 10 minutes for a representative of a recognized neighborhood association, homeowner association, government agency, or other incorporated public interest organization;
* 5 minutes for other persons.

Publish 06/19/2014. LOR13107

NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING

click to view Lake Oswego budget

Publish 05/29/2014. LOR13096

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
BEFORE THE CITY COUNCIL
(Legislative – LOC 50.07.003.16.e)

Hearing Date, Time, and Location:
Tuesday, May 20, 2014; 6:30 p.m.
City Council Chambers
380 A Avenue
Lake Oswego, OR 97034

File Number: LU 13-0067 (Ordinance 2639)

Applicant: City of Lake Oswego

Nature of Application and Use or Uses Which Could be Authorized:
A request from the City of Lake Oswego for amendments to the Community Development Code (CDC), Chapter 50.03.002.3 Use Table and 50.10.003 Definitions, to allow “Farm Stands” in certain zones.

Description of the Proposed Legislative Amendments:
Proposed amendments will allow “Farm Stands” in Neighborhood Commercial, General Commercial, and East End Commercial zones as both a primary and accessory use, and allow them as an accessory use only in Office Commercial, Campus Research and Development, and Foothills Mixed Use zones.
On March 10, 2014, the Planning Commission recommended that the City Council approve the proposed amendments. A copy of the recommended text amendments can be found on the City’s website:

http://www.ci.oswego.or.us/projects

(Under “Search” enter LU 13-0067, then press “Submit”)

The proposed amendments would be implemented through the adoption of Ordinance 2639, which will be considered at the public hearing. The title of Ordinance 2639 is as follows:
Ordinance No. 2639
An Ordinance of the Lake Oswego City Council amending LOC Chapter 50 (Community Development Code) Table 50.03.002.3, LOC 50.03.003.4.f, Table 50.06.002-3, and LOC 50.10.003.2 to permit “farm stands” in the NC, GC, and EC zones as both a primary and accessory use, as an accessory use in OC, CR&D, and FMU zones, and adopt use-specific standards and a definition of “farm stand”, and adopting findings (LU 13-0067).
Copies of the Ordinance will be available from the City Recorder one week in advance of the hearing.

Staff Contacts:
Inquiries regarding the proposal may be directed to Jessica Numanoglu, Senior Planner, (503) 635-0283. For information about the public hearing, contact Catherine Schneider, City Recorder, (503) 675-3984.

How to Comment:
Bring or mail written comments to:
Catherine Schneider, City Recorder Phone: (503) 675-3984
Third Floor, City Hall Fax: (503) 697-6594
380 A Avenue e-mail: cschneider@ci.oswego.or.us
Post Office Box 369
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034
You may attend the hearing and comment under the section for public testimony. For more about the hearing procedures, contact staff.

Decision:
The City Council may make a preliminary decision following the hearing. The final City Council decision must be made by adoption of written findings outlining the reasons for the decision. That action usually takes place at the following Council meeting.

Time Limits on Testimony:
The purpose of time limits on testimony is to provide all interested persons with an adequate opportunity to present and respond to testimony while at the same time ensuring that the hearing can be conducted in an efficient and expeditious manner. The following time limits on testimony shall be observed, but may be changed by the Council:
Testimony will be taken in the following order: in support of the amendment, in opposition to the amendment, neutral.
* 10 minutes for a representative of a recognized neighborhood association, homeowner association, government agency, or other incorporated public interest organization;
* 5 minutes for other persons.

Publish 05/08/2014. LOR13086

NOTICE OF QUASI-JUDICIAL PUBLIC HEARING

NOTICE OF QUASI-JUDICIAL PUBLIC HEARING
BEFORE THE CITY COUNCIL

Hearing Date, Time, and Location:
Tuesday, May 6, 2014; 6:30 PM
Council Chamber, 380 A Avenue
Lake Oswego, Oregon

File Number: LU 14-0021/Ordinance 2642

Owner/Applicant: Goodall Knaus, LLC

Description of Proposal:
The City Council will consider adoption of an ordinance approving a Development Agreement pursuant to ORS 94.508, for the Real Property, as described below. If adopted, the Development Agreement would authorize minor development review of a Master Plan (consistent with the preliminary plan, Exhibit B of the Development Agreement), of a series of major and minor partitions over a period of three years. The first partition was recorded in 2013. Prior to recordation of the final plat for the second partition, the owner will dedicate the required public rights-of-way and easements by deed (consistent with Exhibit D of the Development Agreement) as shown on the Master Plan. The Development Agreement would permit single-family residential use and accessory structures associated with single family use on the property, with a maximum density of 16 lots.

Approval of the Development Agreement will occur through the adoption of Ordinance 2642, which will be considered at the public hearing. The title of Ordinance 2642 is as follows:

ORDINANCE NO. 2642

AN ORDINANCE APPROVING A DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF LAKE OSWEGO AND GOODALL KNAUS,LLC, AUTHORIZING DEVELOPMENT BY A MASTER PLAN OF PARTITIONS FOR THE PARCEL LOCATED AT 12800 GOODALL ROAD (TAX LOTS 500, 502 and 503 OF TAX MAP 21E 04 BA), AND ADOPTING FINDINGS (LU 14-0021)

Location of Property: 12800 Goodall Road (Tax Lots 500, 502 and 503 of Tax Map 21E 04 BA)

Staff Contact: Debra Andreades, Senior Planner, phone: (503) 635-0292, email: dandreades@ci.oswego.or.us

Conduct of Hearing: The Council’s review of the application will occur pursuant to LOC 50.07.003.4.a-h/ORS 197.763. This is the initial evidentiary hearing. The Mayor will open the public hearing and describe the hearing procedure, and staff will present its report. The Mayor will then open the hearing for public testimony. Testimony begins with the applicant, followed by persons in favor of the application, persons opposed to the application, persons who are neutral on the application, and concludes with rebuttal by the applicant. Before closing the hearing, the Mayor will ask whether any person who testified desires a continuance to submit new evidence or testimony. If no continuance is requested, the Mayor will ask whether any party desires the record to be left open for at least seven days for submittal of additional evidence. Unless a continuance is granted or the record is left open, the Mayor will close public testimony and return the matter to the table for deliberation and decision.

How to Testify: All interested persons are encouraged to appear and testify either orally or in writing. As a general rule, the applicant will have 20 minutes to testify, groups such as recognized neighborhood associations, homeowners associations (if not the applicant), government or government agencies, or other incorporated public interest organizations will each have 10 minutes, individuals will each have 5 minutes, and the applicant will be given 5 minutes for rebuttal. The time limits shall not include time taken up by questions and responses from the Council. Any person in attendance may cede his or her time for testimony to another eligible person, but in no case shall any person’s testimony be increased to greater than 10 minutes. The Council may modify these time limits, however, depending on the circumstances. If those eligible to testify wish to have their written comments or testimony distributed to the Council in advance of the hearing, they need to be received before 5:00 p.m. on May 6, 2014. Written comments may also be presented the evening of the hearing. All eligible written comments will be made part of the record.
Bring or mail written comments to:
City of Lake Oswego
Department of Planning & Building Services
Attn: Debra Andreades
380 A Avenue
P.O. Box 369
Lake Oswego, OR 97034
How to Obtain Further Information: The applicable approval criteria and all evidence relied on by the applicant are available for inspection at no cost at the above address. The staff report and proposed Ordinance will be available ten days prior to the date of the hearing at the above address. Copies of these documents may be obtained at a reasonable cost. A copy of the staff report will also be available for review on the City’s web site under the May 6, 2014 Council Meeting at: http://www.ci.oswego.or.us/citycouncil/city-council-98

NOTE: Failure to raise an issue in a hearing, in person or by letter, or failure to provide statements or evidence sufficient to afford the Council an opportunity to respond to the issue precludes appeal to the Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals (LUBA) on that issue.
Publish 04/17/2014. LOR13078