Land use committee meeting: Tuesday, March 17, 2020

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South Tabor Neighborhood Association
Land Use Committee Meeting Agenda

Tuesday, March 17, 2020, 7–8:30 p.m.
Trinity Fellowship, 2700 SE 67th Ave. (enter from rear parking lot)
UPDATE: Meeting will take place remotely. See details below.
This is a public meeting. All are welcome!
Facilitator: John Carr, STNA Land Use Chair

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You can either dial in (audio only) or join via webcam or mobile phone camera. John will be there by video. If we record it for those who cannot attend, John will post a link afterwards lower on this page.

Conference Call: Dial (605) 313-5820. Use access code: 187788

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7:00 (10 min): Introductions

7:10 (20 min.): St. Mark’s Church Conditional Use Review Update (LU 19-246769 CU). UPDATE 3/16/20: Here is a link to the decision. The Hearings Officer approved the application with certain conditions of approval. See pages 8–9.

7:30 (15 min.): Findley Commons Good Neighbor Agreement. Discuss forming a subcommittee to work with Do Good Multnomah (property manager of the proposed veterans housing development at the St. Mark’s Church site) to draft a good neighbor agreement with STNA that would ultimately go to the STNA board for approval. If you’re interested in serving on this subcommittee, please attend.

7:45 (10 min.): Check-in on Changes to SE Woodward. New “shared street” signs, 15 mph speed limit in 6100 block, paving and speed bumps, ADA corners on 62nd and 58th, Idaho stop law for bicyclists. Safer? Calmer?

7:55 (15 min.): Safe Routes to Schools/Transportation Issues. Discuss forming a subcommittee to work on safe routes for kids walking and biking to Atkinson, Franklin, and Kellogg. Is there appetite for a broader transportation subcommittee to include this and other issues? If you’re interested in serving, please attend.

8:10: Other topics:

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Email if you have land use questions or suggestions for future meeting topics. 

UPDATE 3/19/20: Here is a meeting summary and a video recording.

All land use committee meeting summaries are posted here:

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