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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

HEARING DATE:
On October 28, 2014 the City of Oregon City Historic Review Board will conduct a public hearing at 7:00 p.m. in the Commission Chambers at City Hall, 625 Center Street, Oregon City 97045 on the following Type III Land Use Application. Any interested party may testify at the public hearing or submit written testimony at or prior to the close of the Historic Review Board hearing. Written comments on this Type III Land Use Application must be received by the Oregon City Planning Division, no later than October 21, 2014 to be included in the Staff Report.  Comments received after this date will be provided to the Historic Review Board at the October 28, 2014 hearing. The public record will remain open until the Historic Review Board closes the public hearing.

FILE NUMBER:
HR 14-09 Historic Review
OWNER:
Lana and Michael Bespaly
215 Deerbrook Drive
Oregon City, OR 97045
APPLICANT:
Iselin Architects, P.C.
1307 Seventh Street
Oregon City, OR 97045
Todd Iselin, Project Architect
REQUEST:
Modification to HR 14-03 to reduce the proposed new construction from a two story building to a one story building.
LOCATION:
512/514 Seventh St, 22E-31AC Tax Lot 300

CONTACT PERSON:
Christina Robertson-Gardiner, Planner (503) 722-3789
NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION:
McLoughlin Neighborhood Association

CRITERIA:
Administration and Procedures are set forth in Chapter 17.40, Historic Overlay District in Chapter 17.40, and “ MUC-1”  Chapter 17.29 of the Oregon City Municipal Code. The City Code Book is available on-line at www.orcity.orgThe application and all documents submitted by or on behalf of the applicant are available for inspection at no cost at the Oregon City Planning Division, 221 Molalla Avenue, Suite 200 from 8:00AM-5:00PM. The staff report, with all the applicable approval criteria, will also be available for inspection seven days prior to the hearing. Copies of these materials may be obtained for a reasonable cost in advance.

Any interested party may testify at the public hearing or submit written testimony at or prior to the hearing. Written comments must be received by the Planning Division by February 17, 2014 to be included in the staff report. The procedures that govern the hearing will be posted at the hearing and are found in OCMC Chapter 17.50 and ORS 197.763.

Please be advised that any issue that is intended to provide a basis for appeal must be raised before the close of the hearing, in person or by letter, with sufficient specificity to afford the Historic Review Board and the parties an opportunity to respond to the issue. Failure to raise an issue with sufficient specificity will preclude any appeal on that issue. The decision of the Historic Review Board may be appealed to the City Commission by parties with standing. Any appeal will be based on the record. A city-recognized neighborhood association requesting an appeal fee waiver pursuant to 17.50.290(C) must officially approve the request through a vote of its general membership or board at a duly announced meeting prior to the filing of an appeal.
Publish 10/08/2014.                                            CLK13193

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

HEARING DATES: On Monday, September 8, 2014 at 6:00 p.m., September 15, 2014, at 6:00 p.m. and September 22, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. the City of Oregon City Planning Commission will conduct public hearings and on October 15, 2014, November 5, 2014, and November 19, 2014 the City of Oregon City – City Commission will conduct public hearings at 7:00 p.m. in the Commission Chambers at City Hall, 625 Center Street, Oregon City 97045.
Any interested party may testify at the public hearings or submit written testimony at or prior to the close of the hearings. Email comments to wflp-publiccomments@orcity.org.
FILE NUMBER: Master Plan: CP 14-02, Zone Change and Text Amendment: ZC 14-03, Comprehensive Plan Map Amendment and amendments to ancillary documents of the Comprehensive Plan: PZ 14-01, and creation of a Multi-modal Mixed Use Area (MMA)
APPLICANT/ OWNER: Falls Legacy LLC c/o George Heidgerken. 3303 S. 35th St. Tacoma, WA 98409
REPRESENTATIVE: Ben Schonberger, AICP. Winterbrook Planning. 310 SW 4th Avenue, Suite 1100, Portland, Oregon  97204
REQUEST: Proposed Zone Change and Text Amendment, Comprehensive Plan Map Amendment and amendments to ancillary documents, and Master Plan to create a framework for future development of the former Blue Heron site. No specific construction projects are proposed in this application. Future development can include a combination of open space, commercial, recreational, residential, and employment uses, with provisions for public access, cultural and historic interpretation, and enhancement of riparian resources.  Please see www.rediscoverthefalls.com or www.orcity.org/planning/landuse for detailed information.
LOCATION: 419 Main Street, and no address, in Oregon City, OR 97045
2-2E-31BD-00300, 500, 600, 390
CONTACT PERSON: Kelly Moosbrugger, Planner (503) 496-1540, kmoosbrugger@orcity.org
NEIGHBORHOOD: Two Rivers Neighborhood Association
CRITERIA: Oregon City Municipal Code. The City Code Book is available on-line at www.orcity.org
* 17.50 – Administration and Procedures
* 12.04 – Street, Sidewalks and Public Places
* 12.08 – Public and Street Trees
* 17.36 – “GI”—General Industrial District
* 17.68 – Zone Changes
* 17.65 – Master Plans
* 17.49  – Natural Resource Overlay District
* 17.42  – Flood Management Overlay District
* 17.48  – Willamette River Greenway
* 17.44  -  Geologic Hazards Overlay District
* 17.62 – Site Plan and Design Review
* 17.52 – Off-street Parking and Loading
These applications are subject to the Administration and Procedures section of the Oregon City Code set forth in Chapter 17.50.  The applications and all documents and evidence submitted by or on behalf of the applicant are available for inspection at no cost at the Oregon City Planning Division, 221 Molalla Avenue, Suite 200 from 8:00 AM-5:00 PM, Monday – Thursday. The staff report, with all the applicable approval criteria, will also be available for inspection seven days prior to the hearing. Copies of these materials may be obtained for a reasonable cost in advance.  Any interested party may testify at the public hearing and/or submit written testimony at or prior to the close of the record before the Planning Commission. Written comments must be received by close of business at City Hall 10 days before the scheduled hearing to be included and considered in the staff report.  Written comments received within 10 days of the hearing will be provided to the Planning Commission at the hearing.  If the Planning Commission denies the application, any party with standing (i.e., anyone who appeared before the Planning Commission either in person or in writing) may appeal the Planning Commission denial to the City Commission.  If the Planning Commission votes to approve the application, that decision will be forwarded as a recommendation to the City Commission for final consideration. In either case, any review by the City Commission will be on the record and only issues raised before the Planning Commission may be raised before the City Commission.  Failure to raise an issue with sufficient specificity will preclude any appeal on that issue. Parties with standing may appeal the decision of the City Commission to the Land Use Board of Appeals. Any appeal will be based on the record. The procedures that govern the hearing will be posted at the hearing and are found in OCMC Chapter 17.50 and ORS 197.763.

A city-recognized neighborhood association requesting an appeal fee waiver must officially approve the request through a vote of its general membership or board at a duly announced meeting prior to the filing of an appeal pursuant to OCMC 17.50.190(C)(5) to and 17.50.290(C).
Publish 08/13/2014.                                            CLK13165

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

PLANNING COMMISSION HEARING DATE:
On Monday, September 8, 2014 the City of Oregon City – Planning Commission will conduct a public hearing at 7:00 p.m. in the City Hall Commission Chambers at City Hall, 625 Center Street, Oregon City 97045 to consider the following Type IV application:

CITY COMMISSION HEARING DATE:
On Wednesday, September 17, 2014 the City of Oregon City – City Commission will conduct a public hearing at 7:00 p.m. in the City Hall Commission Chambers at City Hall, 625 Center Street, Oregon City 97045 on the following Type IV application:

FILE NUMBER: LE-14-0002
APPLICANT: City of Oregon City Public Works Dept., 625 Center Street, Oregon City, OR 97045
REQUEST: Update the Oregon City Sanitary Sewer Master Plan
LOCATION: City-Wide.
PROJECT WEBSITE: http://www.orcity.org/publicworks/sanitary-sewer-master-plan-update
CONTACT PERSON: Pete Walter, AICP, Planner (503) 722-3789
NEIGHBORHOOD ASSN: Citizen Involvement Committee & Neighborhood Associations
CRITERIA: The Oregon City Comprehensive Plan, Administration and Procedures set forth in Chapter 17.50 and in Title 13, Public Services, Chapter 13.08 – Sewer Regulations, of the Oregon City Municipal Code.

The application and all documents submitted by or on behalf of the applicant are available for inspection at no cost at the Oregon City Public Works Department, 625 Center Street, Oregon City, OR 97215, from 8:00AM-5:00PM Monday-Friday, and at the Oregon City Planning Division, 221 Molalla Avenue, Ste. 200, Oregon City, OR 97045, from 7:30-6:00PM Monday-Thursday. The staff report, with all the applicable approval criteria, will also be available for inspection seven days prior to the hearing. Copies of these materials may be obtained for a reasonable cost in advance.

Any interested party may testify at the public hearing or submit written testimony at or prior to the hearing. Written comments must be received at City Hall by August 29, 2014 to be included in the Planning Commission staff report. Written comments received after this date will be forwarded to the Planning Commission at the hearing. Written comments must be received at City Hall by September 10, 2014 to be included in the City Commission staff report. Written comments received after this date will be forwarded to the City Commission at the hearing. The procedures that govern the hearing will be posted at the hearing and are found in OCMC Chapter 17.50 and ORS 197.763.  Please be advised that any issue that is intended to provide a basis for appeal must be raised before the close of the hearing, in person or by letter, with sufficient specificity to afford the Planning Commission, the City Commission, and the parties an opportunity to respond to the issue. Failure to raise an issue with sufficient specificity will preclude any appeal on that issue. Any appeal will be based on the record. Contact (503) 657-0891 for more information.

A city-recognized neighborhood association requesting an appeal fee waiver pursuant to 17.50.290(C) must officially approve the request through a vote of its general membership or board at a duly announced meeting prior to the filing of an appeal.
Publish 08/06/2014.                                            CLK13152

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

HEARING DATE:
On August 26, 2014 the City of Oregon City Historic Review Board will conduct a public hearing at 7:00 p.m. in the Commission Chambers at City Hall, 625 Center Street, Oregon City 97045 on the following Type III Land Use Application. Any interested party may testify at the public hearing or submit written testimony at or prior to the close of the Historic Review Board hearing. Written comments on this Type III Land Use Application must be received by the Oregon City Planning Division, no later than S to be included in the Staff Report.  Comments received after this date will be provided to the Historic Review Board at the August 26, 2014 hearing. The public record will remain open until the Historic Review Board closes the public hearing.
FILE NUMBER:
HR 14-08
APPLICANT
OWNER:
Peter Ng
614 Monroe Street
Oregon City, OR 97045
REPRESENTATIVE:
Architects VanLom Group
PO Box 25690
Portland, OR 97298
REQUEST:
Modification to approved HR 12-02: Historic Review. Modification request to reduce approved new construction from three stories to two stories. The building is located within the McLoughlin Conservation District.
LOCATION:
920 7th St, Oregon City, OR 97045
‘MUC1’ Mixed Use Corridor District
Clackamas County Map 22E31AD9400 &9601
CONTACT PERSON:
Christina Robertson-Gardiner, Associate Planner (503) 722-3789
NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION:
McLoughlin Neighborhood Association
CRITERIA:
Administration and Procedures are set forth in Chapter 17.40, Historic Overlay District in Chapter 17.40, and “MUC” Chapter 17.29 of the Oregon City Municipal Code. The City Code Book is available on-line at www.orcity.org
The application and all documents submitted by or on behalf of the applicant are available for inspection at no cost at the Oregon City Planning Division, 221 Molalla Avenue, Suite 200 from 8:00AM-5:00PM. The staff report, with all the applicable approval criteria, will also be available for inspection seven days prior to the hearing. Copies of these materials may be obtained for a reasonable cost in advance.

Any interested party may testify at the public hearing or submit written testimony at or prior to the hearing. Written comments must be received by the Planning Division by August 18, 2014 to be included in the staff report. The procedures that govern the hearing will be posted at the hearing and are found in OCMC Chapter 17.50 and ORS 197.763.

Please be advised that any issue that is intended to provide a basis for appeal must be raised before the close of the hearing, in person or by letter, with sufficient specificity to afford the Historic Review Board and the parties an opportunity to respond to the issue. Failure to raise an issue with sufficient specificity will preclude any appeal on that issue. The decision of the Historic Review Board may be appealed to the City Commission by parties with standing. Any appeal will be based on the record. A city-recognized neighborhood association requesting an appeal fee waiver pursuant to 17.50.290(C) must officially approve the request through a vote of its general membership or board at a duly announced meeting prior to the filing of an appeal.
Publish 08/06/2014.                                            CLK13159

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

HEARING DATE:
On August 26, 2014 the City of Oregon City Historic Review Board will conduct a public hearing at 7:00 p.m. in the Commission Chambers at City Hall, 625 Center Street, Oregon City 97045 on the following Type III Land Use Application. Any interested party may testify at the public hearing or submit written testimony at or prior to the close of the Historic Review Board hearing. Written comments on this Type III Land Use Application must be received by the Oregon City Planning Division, no later than August 18, 2014 to be included in the Staff Report.  Comments received after this date will be provided to the Historic Review Board at the August 26, 2014 hearing. The public record will remain open until the Historic Review Board closes the public hearing.
FILE NUMBER:
HR 14-07 Historic Review
OWNER:
Denyse McGriff
815 Washington Street, Oregon City, OR 97045
REQUEST:
Removal of an existing one-car garage and construction of a new detached one car garage on a designated structure in the McLoughlin Conservation District
LOCATION:
815 Washington Street, Oregon City, OR 97045
Cartlidge, H.B. and Pearl, House
31AA Tax Lot 11300
CONTACT PERSON:
Christina Robertson-Gardiner, Planner (503) 722-3789 or crobertson@orcity.org
NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION:
McLoughlin
CRITERIA:
Administration and Procedures are set forth in, Historic Overlay District in Chapter 17.40, and “R-3.5” Chapter 17.14 of the Oregon City Municipal Code. The City Code Book is available on-line at www.orcity.orgThe application and all documents submitted by or on behalf of the applicant are available for inspection at no cost at the Oregon City Planning Division, 221 Molalla Avenue, Suite 200 from 8:00AM-5:00PM. The staff report, with all the applicable approval criteria, will also be available for inspection seven days prior to the hearing. Copies of these materials may be obtained for a reasonable cost in advance.

Any interested party may testify at the public hearing or submit written testimony at or prior to the hearing. Written comments must be received by the Planning Division by August 18, 2014 to be included in the staff report. The procedures that govern the hearing will be posted at the hearing and are found in OCMC Chapter 17.50 and ORS 197.763.

Please be advised that any issue that is intended to provide a basis for appeal must be raised before the close of the hearing, in person or by letter, with sufficient specificity to afford the Historic Review Board and the parties an opportunity to respond to the issue. Failure to raise an issue with sufficient specificity will preclude any appeal on that issue. The decision of the Historic Review Board may be appealed to the City Commission by parties with standing. Any appeal will be based on the record. A city-recognized neighborhood association requesting an appeal fee waiver pursuant to 17.50.290(C) must officially approve the request through a vote of its general membership or board at a duly announced meeting prior to the filing of an appeal.
Publish 08/06/0214.                                                   CLK13158

PUBLIC NOTICE

PUBLIC NOTICE

PROPOSED:  AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF OREGON CITY ADOPTING A MORATORIUM ON LAND DEVELOPMENT AND BUILDING PERMIT APPROVALS IN CERTAIN AREAS WITHIN OREGON CITY DUE TO A LACK OF SANITARY SEWER SYSTEM CAPACITY AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

On July 28, 2014 at 6:00 PM the City of Oregon City Planning Commission will hold an informational work session regarding the adoption of Ordinance Number 14-1006 (Planning File L-14-03). On August 6, 2014, at 7:00 PM, the City Commission will hold a public hearing regarding the adoption of the ordinance. This ordinance will adopt a development moratorium in certain areas within Oregon City due to a lack of sanitary sewer system capacity and declaring an emergency. The City has determined that adoption of this ordinance may affect the permissible uses of your property and other properties and may change the value of your property. All work sessions and hearings will be held at City Hall, 625 Center Street, Oregon City. This ordinance is available for inspection at City Hall located at 625 Center Street, Oregon City, OR, for purchase at a reasonable cost and is available on the City’s website (www.orcity.org) at no cost. Any interested party may testify at the hearing or submit written comments at or prior to the public hearing.  An electronic version of the Moratorium ordinance and materials will be available on the City’s website (www.orcity.org) seven (7) days prior to the July 28, 2014, Planning Commission work session. For additional information, please visit www.orcity.org/publicworks/sanitary-sewer-moratorium or contact the Oregon City Public Works Department at 503.496.1555.
Publish 07/02/2014.                                            CLK13135

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

HEARING DATE:
On July 22, 2014 the City of Oregon City Historic Review Board will conduct a public hearing at 7:00 p.m. in the Commission Chambers at City Hall, 625 Center Street, Oregon City 97045 on the following Type III Land Use Application. Any interested party may testify at the public hearing or submit written testimony at or prior to the close of the Historic Review Board hearing. Written comments on this Type III Land Use Application must be received by the Oregon City Planning Division, no later than July 15, 2014 to be included in the Staff Report.  Comments received after this date will be provided to the Historic Review Board at the July 22, 2014 hearing. The public record will remain open until the Historic Review Board closes the public hearing. The application and all documents submitted by or on behalf of the applicant are available for inspection at no cost at the Oregon City Planning Division, 221 Molalla Avenue, Suite 200 from 8:00AM-5:00PM. The staff report, with all the applicable approval criteria, will also be available for inspection seven days prior to the hearing. Copies of these materials may be obtained for a reasonable cost in advance.

FILE NUMBER:
HR 14-06 Historic Review
OWNER:
Judy Schaffer
304 Caufield St., Oregon City, OR 97045
APPLICANT:
Marcia A. Mikesh Architect Inc.
PO Box 1144, McMinnville, OR 97128
REQUEST:
Removal of an existing one-car garage and construction of a new detached garage and second floor living space on a designated  Landmark
LOCATION:
2-2E-32CC-05800
CONTACT PERSON:
Christina Robertson-Gardiner, Planner (503) 722-3789 or crobertson@orcity.org
NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION:
Barclay Hills
CRITERIA:
Administration and Procedures are set forth in Chapter 17.40, Historic Overlay District in Chapter 17.40, and “ R-6”  Chapter 17.12 of the Oregon City Municipal Code. The City Code Book is available on-line at www.orcity.org
Any interested party may testify at the public hearing or submit written testimony at or prior to the hearing. Written comments must be received by the Planning Division by July 15, 2014 to be included in the staff report. The procedures that govern the hearing will be posted at the hearing and are found in OCMC Chapter 17.50 and ORS 197.763.

Please be advised that any issue that is intended to provide a basis for appeal must be raised before the close of the hearing, in person or by letter, with sufficient specificity to afford the Historic Review Board and the parties an opportunity to respond to the issue. Failure to raise an issue with sufficient specificity will preclude any appeal on that issue. The decision of the Historic Review Board may be appealed to the City Commission by parties with standing. Any appeal will be based on the record. A city-recognized neighborhood association requesting an appeal fee waiver pursuant to 17.50.290(C) must officially approve the request through a vote of its general membership or board at a duly announced meeting prior to the filing of an appeal.
Publish 07/02/2014.                                            CLK13134

NOTICE OF ELECTION

NOTICE OF ELECTION – CITY OF OREGON CITY

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Recorder of Oregon City has received a proposal from the Oregon City Commission to expand the City’s boundaries by approximately 0.46 acres in the southwest side of the City, generally located on S. Columbine Court, south of South End Road. The City Recorder has determined that the proposal contains only one subject, as required by section 1(2)(d), Article IV of the Oregon Constitution.

NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Oregon City Commission has submitted the following ballot title for the proposal for the May 20, 2014 Election:

BALLOT TITLE

MEASURE NO. 3-437

CAPTION: Measure approving annexation of 0.46 acres into Oregon City.

QUESTION: Shall 0.46 acres along S. Columbine Court, south of South End Road be annexed into the Oregon City city limits?

SUMMARY: Annexation is the legal process to bring property into the city limits. Because of a failing septic system, Steve and June Taylor, the applicants and property owners, have asked the city to bring one 0.46 acre parcel of land located at 19328 S. Columbine Court into the city limits.

The annexation area is located within Oregon City’s Urban Growth Boundary and is contiguous to property already located in the city limits. The property is currently zoned County FU-10 and will retain its FU-10 designation should annexation be approved. No development of the subject property is proposed. The City Commission has concluded that the proposal meets all state, regional and City requirements for annexation into the City and services can be adequately provided to the property.

The City Charter requires voter approval of annexations. A map showing the parcel is included.

Nancy Ide, City Recorder
Publish 04/30/2014. CLK13060

NOTICE OF ELECTION

NOTICE OF ELECTION – CITY OF OREGON CITY

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Recorder of Oregon City has received a proposal from the Oregon City Commission for a measure authorizing Oregon City to issue Library General Obligation Bonds. The City Recorder has determined that the proposal contains only one subject, as required by section 1(2)(d), Article IV of the Oregon Constitution.

NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Oregon City Commission has submitted the following ballot title for the proposal for the May 20, 2014 Election:

BALLOT TITLE

MEASURE NO. 3-435

CAPTION: City of Oregon City Library General Obligation Bond authorization.

QUESTION: Shall Oregon City issue up to $6 million in general obligation bonds to renovate and expand the Oregon City Library? If the bonds are approved, they will be payable from taxes on property or property ownership that are not subject to the limits of sections 11 and 11b, Article XI of the Oregon Constitution?

SUMMARY: Approval of this measure authorizes the City to issue up to $6 million of general obligation bonds to pay capital costs related to renovation and expansion of the Oregon City Library at the Carnegie Center, including costs related to the bonds. The City intends to pay debt service on the bonds from revenues already available to the City and does not intend to levy property taxes to pay the bonds. Approval of this measure will allow the City to finance the library renovation and expansion with general obligation bonds, which have a lower interest rate than alternative financing mechanisms. The bonds may be issued in one or more series. Each series will mature in 20 years or less.

Nancy Ide, City Recorder
Publish 04/30/2014. CLK13059

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

HEARING DATES: On Monday, May 12, 2014, the City of Oregon City Planning Commission will conduct a public hearing at 7:00 p.m., and on Wednesday, June 4, 2014, the City of Oregon City – City Commission will conduct a public hearing at 7:00 p.m. in the Commission Chambers at City Hall, 615 Center Street, Oregon City 97045 on the following Type IV Applications. Any interested party may testify at the public hearings or submit written testimony at or prior to the close of the City Commission hearing.
FILE NUMBER: ZC 14-01: Zone Change from “R-10” to “R-8” Single Family Dwelling District
TP 14-01: 29-Lot Subdivision
APPLICANT: ICON Const. and Dev., 1980 Willamette Falls Dr., Ste. 200, West Linn, OR 97068
REPRESENTATIVE: Rick Givens, 18680 Sunblaze Dr., Oregon City, OR 97045
OWNERS: Renee and Terry Voss, 14550 Ames St, Oregon City, Oregon 97045
Steven Jones, 14591 Holcomb Blvd, Oregon City, Oregon 97045
REQUEST: The applicant is seeking approval for a Zone Change from “R-10” Single-Family Dwelling District to “R-8” Single-Family Dwelling District, and a 29-Lot subdivision.
LOCATIONS:
Clackamas Map 2-2E-21DC-01600 / NO SITUS ADDRESS, 2-2E-21DC-01300 / 14550 AMES ST, and 2-2E-28AB-01600 / 14591 HOLCOMB BLVD
CONTACT PERSON: Peter Walter, AICP, Associate Planner (503) 496-1568
NEIGHBORHOOD: Park Place Neighborhood Association
REVIEW CRITERIA: Oregon City Municipal Code
Chapter 12.04 – STREETS, SIDEWALKS AND PUBLIC PLACES
Chapter 12.08 – PUBLIC AND STREET TREES
Chapter 13.04 – WATER SERVICE SYSTEM
Chapter 13.08 – SEWER REGULATIONS
Chapter 13.12 – STORMWATER MANAGEMENT
Chapter 16.04 – GENERAL PROVISIONS AND ADMINISTRATION OF LAND DIVISIONS
Chapter 16.08 – SUBDIVISIONS—PROCESS AND STANDARDS
Chapter 16.12 – MINIMUM IMPROVEMENTS AND DESIGN STANDARDS FOR LAND DIVISIONS
Chapter 17.08 – R-10 SINGLE-FAMILY DWELLING DISTRICT
Chapter 17.10 – R-8 SINGLE-FAMILY DWELLING DISTRICT
Chapter 17.41 – TREE PROTECTION STANDARDS
Chapter 17.47 – EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL
Chapter 17.50 – ADMINISTRATION AND PROCEDURES
Chapter 17.54 – SUPPLEMENTAL ZONING REGULATIONS AND EXCEPTIONS
Chapter 17.68 – ZONING CHANGES AND AMENDMENTS
The City Code Book is available on-line at www.orcity.org.

This application and all documents and evidence submitted by or on behalf of the applicant are available for inspection at no cost at the Oregon City Planning Division, 221 Molalla Avenue, Suite 200 from 8:00 AM-5:00 PM, Monday – Thursday. The staff report, with all the applicable approval criteria, will also be available for inspection seven days prior to the hearing. Copies of these materials may be obtained for a reasonable cost in advance. Any interested party may testify at the public hearing and/or submit written testimony at or prior to the close of the City Commission hearing. Written comments must be received by close of business at City Hall 10 days before the scheduled hearing to be included in the staff report. Written comments received within 10 days of the hearing will be provided to the Commission at the hearing. The public record will remain open until the City Commission closes the public hearing. Please be advised that any issue that is intended to provide a basis for appeal must be raised before the close of the City Commission hearing, in person or by letter, with sufficient specificity to afford the Commission and the parties an opportunity to respond to the issue. Failure to raise an issue with sufficient specificity will preclude any appeal on that issue. Parties with standing may appeal the decision of the City Commission to the Land Use Board of Appeals. Any appeal will be based on the record. The procedures that govern the hearing will be posted at the hearing and are found in OCMC Chapter 17.50 and ORS 197.763.

A city-recognized neighborhood association requesting an appeal fee waiver following issuance of a land use decision pursuant to 17.50.290(C) must officially approve the request through a vote of its general membership or board at a duly announced meeting prior to the filing of an appeal.
Publish 04/02/2014. CLK13027