NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING-City of North Plains In-Person and Virtual (Hybrid) Meetings

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING-City of North Plains In-Person and Virtual (Hybrid) Meetings NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at 7:00 PM on Wednesday, March 8th, 2023 at Jessie Mays Community Center, 30975 NW Hillcrest Street and on Zoom, the City of North Plains Planning Commission will hold an open Public Hearing on the following: City File Number DR 23-013 – New City of North Plains Public Works Facility The City of North Plains is seeking Type III Design Review approval for a new public works facility. The facility will be located on the same site as the city’s new water reservoir on NW West Union Road. The application proposes a new public works facility building, parking for staff, guests and fleet, a material storage yard, covered storage area, site landscaping, lighting and circulation. Applicable code sections: 155.025-031 (Application Requirements and Review Procedures), 155.045-055 (Design Review), 155.295-155.300 (M-2 General Industrial District), 155.625-155.636 (Public Facility and Service Requirements), 155.650 – 155.656 (Street Standards), and 155.670-676 (Off-Street Parking and Loading). The Zoom Meeting ID for Planning Commission is 891 7606 7121, Passcode 739919 The North Plains Planning Commission will conduct a public hearing on the Public Works Facility at their meeting at 7:00pm on Monday, March 8, 2023 at Jessie Mays Community Center and on Zoom. The Zoom meeting link may also be accessed via the City’s website: Click on the Calendar link and find the Planning Commission link on March 8, 2023. In addition to joining the Zoom meeting online, you may also call in to attend the meeting by phone at (253) 215-8782. Questions/comments can be directed to Planning Manager Steve Miller or City Hall, 31360 NW Commercial Street, North Plains, OR 97133. Anyone is welcome to participate. There will be an opportunity during the public hearing(s) to ask questions or provide testimony. The public hearing will be conducted according to the process identified in Development Code 155.031. The application and all evidence relied upon by the City to make the decisions is in the public record and is available for inspection by calling or emailing Planning Manager Steve Miller. Copies can be provided at a reasonable cost. The City’s staff report and recommendation to the Planning Commission will be available for review no later than one week prior to the public hearing. 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 Planning Commission. If the hearing is closed, the Commission 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 February 23rd, 2023 FGNT274267

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Publication: OPC Legals 2

Section: Legals

Start Date: 2023/02/22

End Date: 2023/02/23


County: Washington