Category Archives: Land Use Planning

Applicant ZOOM Meeting for subdivision near Peace Presbyterian Church, Jan 11

The neighborhood applicant meeting for the 16 lot subdivision adjacent to Peace Presbyterian Church is scheduled for January 11 at 5:30 PM.The information we have been given is: https://us02web.zoom.us  meeting ID is 737 216 8361  Password is 235368Phone number for … Continue reading

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Meeting for subdivision near Peace Presbyterian Church

NEIGHBORHOOD/APPLICANT MEETING NOTICE INVITATION Dear Neighbor: You are cordially invited to attend a meeting to discuss a proposed project of our client for a project located at the subject property located at 3005 Ava Street and 3036 River Road. The … Continue reading

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LTD to Begin Discussion Toward Future of Santa Clara Surplus Property [@ New Santa Clara Transit Station]

At their October 21 meeting, the LTD [Lane Transit District] Board of Directors will discuss a motion to declare the portion of the undeveloped Santa Clara parcel to be surplus property. In 2015, LTD purchased an eight-acre lot with the … Continue reading

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Planning: Urban Reserves Update, Sept. 2020

Dear Urban Reserves Interested Parties, Thank you to the 1,300+ people that attended our month-long Virtual Open House! Two hundred and ten community members completed the survey. Out of the four Urban Reserves options, the 27-Year Option that removes from consideration Class … Continue reading

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Urban Reserves Options Survey Closes This Sunday July 26th

The Urban Reserves Technical Group reached out at the beginning of July for feedback regarding reserving land outside the UGB for future UGB expansion. Please take the survey linked below. SCCO recommends both the 10-year and 27-year options as they … Continue reading

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