Planning Commission and City Council Topics
JUNE CITY COUNCIL MEETING TO BE HELD IN LLOYD MINOR PARK
Please note that the June, July, and August City Council meetings and the July and August Planning Commission meetings will be held in Lloyd Minor Park, located between the streets of Marlin Ave, Tualamere Ave and Dogwood Drive.
TYPE III HEARING FOR A DUPLEX AT 19232 AND 19262 PILKINGTON ROAD CONTINUED TO JULY
At the applicant’s request for additional time, the public hearing for a Type III Development Permit to build a duplex on the northeast corner of Pilkington Road & Childs Road is continued to the July 2, 2018 Planning Commission Meeting held at 7 p.m. in Lloyd Minor Park (between Marlin Ave, Tualamere Ave and Dogwood Dr). At the June 4, 2018 Planning Commission meeting the public hearing will automatically be continued and will not be opened. In their request, the applicant has also granted an additional 30-day extension to the 120-day decision period.
Information about this application can be obtained by contacting the city at firstname.lastname@example.org, by calling 503.639.6919 or by writing to the City at P.O. Box 1104, Lake Oswego, OR 97035. Electronic copies will be provided at no charge; there is a nominal fee for paper copies. Application materials can be viewed at City Hall by appointment, contact information above.
TYPE III HEARING FOR A THREE-LOT PARTITION AT 5450 CHILDS ROAD (END OF LORNA LANE)
At the Monday, June 4, 2018 meeting, the Planning Commission will hold a Type III Hearing to review a development permit application for a three-lot partition, area accessory permit, and tree removal permit at 5450 Childs Road (the lot at the end of Lorna Lane), submitted by Lance Coffel. The meeting will be held at the River Grove Elementary School library, 5850 McEwan Road, Lake Oswego., OR 97035.
Information about this application can be obtained by contacting the city at email@example.com, by calling 503.639.6919 or by writing to the City at P.O. Box 1104, Lake Oswego, OR 97035. Electronic copies will be provided at no charge; there is a nominal fee for paper copies. Application materials can be viewed at City Hall by appointment, contact information above.
COMPLETENESS REVIEW FOR TWO SINGLE-FAMILY HOMES AT CANAL PARK
At the June Planning Commission meeting, the commissioners will review for completeness development permit and tree removal permit applications for two single-family homes proposed at the Canal Park subdivision, 19680 Canal Road and 4485 West Road, submitted by Sean Foushee of Elite Homes.
INTERESTED IN RUNNING FOR CITY COUNCIL?
There will be three openings on City Council beginning in 2019. If you are interested in running for City Councilor in the November general election, please contact Leanne Moll at firstname.lastname@example.org for a checklist and forms to get started.
LAWN CARE AND ROOF MAINTENANCE TIPS THAT PROTECT THE RIVER
Funded by a WES Riverhealth Stewardship Program grant awarded to the Northwest Center for Alternatives to Pesticides, these fact sheets detail how to care for your lawn and roof without harming the river.
RiverHealth Stewardship Program GRANTS AVAILABLE
If you are a Clackamas County resident of Rivergrove, you are now eligible to apply to the RiverHealth Stewardship Program! See the grant application and guide for forms and program details, including project ideas. For questions, contact Gail Shaloum at 503-742-4597 or email@example.com.
- A Development Application for a three-lot partition at 5450 Childs Road was deemed complete by the Planning Commission pending the submission of additional application materials.
The Planning Commission continued the Type III Hearing for a duplex at 19232 and 19262 Pilkington Road, submitted by Renaissance Homes to the June 4, 2018 meeting.
The Rivergrove Tree Board has been working on a new Tree Ordinance for some time now. It certainly is not an easy task, trying to balance the rights of property owners with the City's goals of tree preservation and mitigation. Last month the members held a second public work session, seeking direction of several issues. Now they have reached a point where the ordinance will be presented to the Planning Commission and forwarded to the State of Oregon for review. After that review, two hearings will be held for citizen comments and any changes to be made before Council adopts an ordinance. I thank the Tree Board for all their hard work—volunteerism is what keeps Rivergrove strong!