|Volume 17, Issue 7||
CPO 1 News
Tuesday, July 9, 7 pm, Leedy Grange Hall, 835 NW Saltzman
Air pollution in CPO 1
Susan Mates has been studying air quality issues for the Oregon League of Women Voters, and is a CPO 1 resident. She will present her findings along with data from Portland Clean Air. She intends to ask the group to vote to support efforts by some Portland neighborhoods to negotiate with major polluters.
Life Time Fitness appeal
We’ll have representatives from the developer and from the appellant to answer questions and discuss the issues. Beaverton has declined to appear but we’ll have the latest information available from the City regarding their response.
CPO 1 discusses land use and other livability issues in Washington County. We represent the mostly urban unincorporated areas of Cedar Hills, Cedar Mill, and Bonny Slope and also the areas within our boundaries that have been annexed by Beaverton. Meetings are free and open to the public.
Neighborhood meetings are required as a step in Washington County’s land use process. Neighbors and others interested in these proposals are invited to attend to hear about plans and give input about conditions and concerns. Neighbors close to the proposed locations receive mailed notices, but meetings are open to everyone. Development plans presented are preliminary and subject to change before the formal application is submitted to the county.
Burton Road two-parcel partition
Wednesday, July 17, 6-7 pm, Cedar Mill Library meeting room, 12505 NW Cornell
JPR Consulting, representing the owner of the 3.87-acre property located at 13925 NW Burton Road, is considering a proposal to create an additional parcel from the existing property which is zoned R-6. (Partitions are usually requested prior to development.)
Copeland Street two-parcel partition
Thursday, July 15, 7 pm, Cedar Hills Rec Center Room D, 11640 SW Park Way
Froelich Engineers is representing the owner of the property located at 11165 NW Copeland St.
Park Way mixed use multifamily development (redevelopment of Cedar Hills Shopping Center)
Monday, July 8, 6:30-7:30 pm, Cedar Hills Rec Center Room 2, 11640 SW Park Way
Pacific Community Design, Incl. is representing the developer of the property located southwest of Highway 26 and Highway 217 interchange, between SW Park Way, SW Marlow, and SW Wilshire Streets. They are considering a mixed-use development, including ground floor commercial and approximately 490 residential units. The property was annexed into Beaverton last month.
SW 90th and Morrison two-lot partition
Wednesday, July 24, 6 pm, Catlin Gabel School, Jubitz Conference Rm., 8825 SW Barnes Rd
Owners of the property located at 345 SW 90th Ave, are proposing a two-part partition of the tax lot resulting in the existing single-family dwelling and the guest house being on separate tax lots.
Catlin Gabel plans for Art & Craft campus
A meeting was held on Saturday, June 29, on the OCAC campus, to present Catlin Gabel’s preliminary plans for the Oregon College of Art and Craft campus, which was recently purchased by the school.
Catlin Gabel plans to expand their upper school and use some of the OCAC campus for that. They may continue some of the art and craft classes for the community.
They say, “Our plans for the property are in the early stages, and will be guided by the school’s strategic goals, core values, and focus on providing students with an extraordinary learning experience. Those values include environmental sustainability, including responsible re-use of existing structures and space. As the surrounding neighborhood is developed, the natural beauty of the OCAC campus will be preserved.”
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