NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ORDINANCE ANNEXING A CERTAIN 38.6 ACRE TRACT OF LAND LOCATED AT 600 ELM STREET (WASHINGTON COUNTY TAX LOT 1S307AB01200) INTO THE CITY LIMITS OF FOREST GROVE AND ADDING TRACT TO CLEAN WATER SERVICES BOUNDARY AND WITHDRAWING TRACT FROM FOREST GROVE RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT; FILE NO. 311-18-000007-PLNG FOR CITY OF FOREST GROVE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Forest Grove City Council will hold a Public Hearing on Tuesday, July 17, 2018, 7:00 p.m. or thereafter, in the Community Auditorium, 1915 Main Street, Forest Grove to consider enacting an ordinance annexing a 38.6 acre tract of land located at 600 Elm Street (Washington County Map and Tax Lot 1S307AB01200), adding the tract the Clean Water Services district and withdrawing the tract from the Forest Grove Rural Fire Protection District. The proposed annexation ordinance, if enacted by the City Council, would take effect 30 days immediately after enactment. The annexation ordinance is subject to referendum. This hearing is open to the public and interested parties are encouraged to attend. A copy of the staff report and proposed ordinance are available for inspection before the hearing at the City Recorder’s Office or by visiting the City’s website at Written comments or testimony may be submitted at the hearing or sent to the attention of the City Recorder’s Office, P. O. Box 326, 1924 Council Street, Forest Grove, OR 97116, prior to the hearing. For further information, please call Anna Ruggles, City Recorder, at 503.992.3235. Applicable Standards and Criteria: Forest Grove Development Code Section 10.1.600 et. seq. (Quasi-Judicial Land Use Decisions). Forest Grove Development Code Section 10.2.150 et. seq. (Annexation) Metro Code Chapter 3.09.045(D) (Local Government Boundary Changes): The annexation is consistent with any applicable urban service agreement, annexation plan, cooperative planning agreement, public facility plan, comprehensive plan, or concept plan. Metro Code Chapter 3.09.045(E) (Local Government Boundary Changes): Consider whether the annexation promotes the timely, orderly and economic provision of public facilities and services, affects the quality and quantity of urban services, and eliminates or avoids unnecessary duplication of facilities or services. Anna D. Ruggles, CMC, City Recorder City of Forest Grove Publish July 4, 11, 2018 FGNT57088

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Publication: OPC Legals 2

Section: Legals

Start Date: 2018/07/04

End Date: 2018/07/11

Owner: City of Forest Grove


County: Washington