NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING-City of North Plains on April 14, 2021

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING-City of North Plains NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on April 14, 2021, the City of North Plains Planning Commission will hold an open Public Hearing on the following land use action: City File 20-038: West Union Pedestrian Path and Bridge Floodplain Overlay Permit, initiated by the City, is for construction of trail improvements across McKay Creek. The trail improvements are located within the West Union Road right-of-way between NW Glencoe Road and NW Stewart Lane, specifically next to the following tax lots: 1N206CB04000, 4100, 4200 and 1N206DA09000. Applicable code sections include: 155.315 (IPU) and 155.330 Floodplain Overlay District (FP). The public hearing will be held at 7:00 p.m. via Zoom. Meetings may resume in-person at Jessie Mays Community Center; however, there will still be a Zoom option for joining the meeting. Please see the city’s website for the latest information and for the Zoom meeting login information, posted no later than April 7, 2021: All interested persons will be given the opportunity to be heard. Copies of the application are available for public review at the City’s website Copies of the Planning Commission staff report will be available no later than one week prior to the hearing. Questions and/or comments regarding the application can be directed to City Manager Andy Varner or (503) 647-5555. The public hearing will be conducted according to the process identified in Development Code Section 155.031. The application and all evidence relied upon by the City to make this decision is in the public record and is available for inspection for no cost by contacting Andy Varner as noted above. Copies can be provided at a reasonable cost. Failure to raise an issue in sufficient detail during the comment period or at the public hearing may preclude an appeal to the Land Use Board of Appeals or Appeals/Circuit Court on that issue. Only comments on the applicable criteria are considered relevant evidence. The hearing will be opened for presentation by the city and the applicant and then opened to the public. The hearing can be closed or continued at the discretion of the hearing authority. If the hearing is closed, the hearing authority has the right to extend the time for additional information to be submitted by the public or the applicant. After the comment period closes on the final public hearing, the City shall issue a decision. The decision shall be mailed to the applicant and to anyone else who submitted written comments or who is otherwise legally entitled to notice. Publish April 1, 2021 NT196236

ad: 196236

Publication: OPC Legals 2

Section: Legals

Start Date: 2021/03/31

End Date: 2021/04/01

Owner: City of North Plains


County: Washington