The Newberg City Council will hold a public hearing on April 18, 2016 at 7 p.m. at the Newberg Public Safety Building, 401 E. Third Street, Newberg, OR, to evaluate the following proposals:
1. Newberg Transportation System Plan amendment to reflect changes necessary to accommodate the relocation of Wilsonville Road to a location south of Wynooski Road:
• Addition of a cul-de-sac from Springbrook Road to serve as access to Adolf Road, the Springbrook Estates mobile home park, and other properties once Wilsonville Road is relocated and no longer connected to Springbrook Road. The location of the cul-de-sac will be east of the current Wilsonville Road/Adolf Road intersection.
• Changing the lane configuration of the Oregon 219/Phase 1 Bypass intersection to remove the eastbound turn and through travel lanes previously shown on the 2013 TSP amendment.
• A new TSP policy regarding details of the temporary right/in, right/out restriction at the intersection of Springbrook Road and Wilsonville Road during design and construction of the Wilsonville Road Relocation.
2. Home occupation – commercial kitchen at 1400 NE Chehalem Drive: Consider a resolution recommending that Yamhill County approve a conditional use permit application for a commercial kitchen home occupation within the urban growth boundary. Yamhill County will make the final decision on the application.
You may examine information regarding these projects at the Newberg Community Development Department, 414 E. First Street, Newberg, OR 97132, or on the city website at https://www.newbergoregon.gov/ planning. The staff recommendation regarding these projects will be available one week before the hearing. If you have any questions, please call the Newberg Planning Division at 503-537-1240. All interested persons may appear and provide testimony. The City Council asks that 12 copies of any written testimony be submitted to the City Recorder before 12:00 PM on April 18, 2016. Written testimony received after that time will be brought before the Council on the night of the meeting for consideration and a vote to accept or not accept it into the record. Only those persons who participate either orally or in writing in the hearing proceedings leading to the adoption of the action may appeal the decision.
Publish 04-06-16 NG539276