NOTICE OF PLANNING COMMISSION PUBLIC HEARING

NOTICE OF PLANNING COMMISSION PUBLIC HEARING HEARING DATES: On Monday, September 25, 2017, the City of Oregon City Planning Commission 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 IV Applications. Any interested party may testify at the public hearings or submit written testimony at or prior to the close of the Commission hearing. Written comments must be received by close of business at City Hall (5:00PM) 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 City Commission hearing date for this application will be scheduled once the Planning Commission reaches a formal recommendation. FILE NUMBERS: ZC-13-0002: Zone Change / TP-17-0003: Subdivision APPLICANT: Rian Park Development, Inc. P.O. Box 2559, Oregon City, Oregon 97045 REPRESENTATIVE: AKS Engineering & Forestry, LLC 12965 SW Herman Road, Suite 100, Tualatin, OR 97062 OWNERS: Wheeler Family Enterprises, LLC / David H. Wheeler Sr. Trust / Donald W. and Roxanne O. Wheeler 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 Subdivision of 77 lots, w/ One Stormwater Facility Tract and one Open Space Tract. LOCATION: Map 32E07C Tax Lot 1001 (Wheeler Family Enterprises, LLC), Map 32E07C Tax Lots 1100 (19566 Central Point Rd), and 1180 (David H. Wheeler Sr. Trust), Map 32E07C Tax Lot 1291 (Donald W. & Roxanne O. Wheeler), Map 31E12D Tax Lots 1700, 1790 (Wheeler Family Enterprises, LLC) CONTACT PERSON: Christina Robertson-Gardiner AICP, Senior Planner (503) 496-1564, Email: crobertson@orcity.org NEIGHBORHOOD: Hazel Grove/Westling Farm Neighborhood Association CRITERIA: Administration and Procedures are set forth in Chapter 17.50, Zoning Changes and Amendments in Chapter 17.68, R-10 Single-Family Dwelling District and R-8 Single-Family Dwelling District, Streets, Sidewalks and Public Places in Chapter 12.04; Public and Street Trees in Chapter 12.08; Stormwater Management in Chapter 13.12; Grading, Filling and Excavating in Chapter 15.48; Minimum Improvements and Design Standards for Land Divisions in Chapter 16.12; Subdivisions – Processes and Standards in Chapter 16.08; Tree Protection Standards in Chapter 17.41; and Erosion and Sediment Control in Chapter 17.47 of the Oregon City Municipal Code. The City Code Book is available on-line at www.orcity.org. This application is subject to the Administration and Procedures section of the Oregon City Code set forth in Chapter 17.50. The application and all supporting documents submitted by or on behalf of the applicant are available for inspection at no cost at the Oregon City Planning Division, 221 Molalla Ave., Ste. 200, during regular business days (8:30 am- 3:30 pm). Copies of these materials may be obtained for a reasonable cost. 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. The public record will remain open until the City Commission closes the public hearing. The City Commission’s decision will be based on the Planning Commission’s recommendation, applicant’s submittal, departmental and agency comments, letters and oral testimony from the public, and available information applicable to the criteria. Notice of the decision shall be sent to the applicant and to those persons submitting comments and providing a return address. 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 08/30/2017. CLK15913828

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Publication: OPC Legals

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Start Date: 08/30/2017

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