Join CPO 4M and CPO 3 for a May Election Candidates Forum. The agenda has six candidates representing three races: Washington County Commissioner District 3, Metro Councilor District 3, State House Representative District 27 (Democratic race). Location: Patricia D. Whiting Hall, Metzger Park, 8400 SW Hemlock, 97223.
7:00 pm / Welcome, Introductions, Agenda Review, Approval of Minutes
8:50 pm / Comments and Suggestions
8:55 pm / Meeting Evaluation and Adjourn
The next CPO 4M meeting is on May 25.
Here's what you missed at the March meeting: Meeting Notice with full AGENDA
February's meeting AGENDA
April 28, 6 pm / Marijuana Dispensary on Hall Blvd.
Proposal for a marijuana dispesary located at 10015 SW Hall Blvd., Tigard. Meeting will be held at Metzger Park Patricia D. Whiting Hall, 8400 SW Hemlock St., Portland.
April 27, 5:30 pm / Self Storage Facility
Proposal for a self storage facility at 11420 SW Pacific Hwy. Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue Station 51, 8935 SW Burnham Street, Tigard.
April 23, 1:30 pm (Saturday) / Pine Street 3-Parcel Partition
Proposal to partition property at 7515 SW Pine St., Tigard. Parcel 1 will keep existing residence. Parcels 2 and 3 are proposed for single-family detached homes. Meeting will be held at the site.
April 20, 6:30 pm / Annexation and possible future subdivision
Proposal to annex 16285 SW 113th Ave, tax lot 1500 into Tigard. After annexation, applicant is considering a subdivision, along with development of two eastern adjacent parcels. Meeting at Tigard High School, 9000 SW Durham Road, Tigard.
April 14, 5 pm / Site Development Review & Property Line Adjustment
Proposal to adjust property line and site development review for reconfiguration of properties and parking at 13333 SW 68th Parkway, Tigard (Triangle Pointe building) to accommodate a future building on the north lot. Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue Station 51, 8935 SW Burnham Street, Tigard.
April 7, 6:30 pm / Quail Park Apartments Addition
Proposal for a 4-unit, 2-story apartment building addition to existing apartment complex at 8255 SW Durham Rd., Tigard. Meeting will be held at the Tigard Community Friends Church, 15800 SW Hall Blvd., Portland.
April 7, 6 pm / Medical Office Building
Proposal for medical office building at SW Dartmouth and SW 72nd Ave., Tigard. Meeting will be held at Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue, 8935 SW Burnham Street, Tigard, 97223.
April 6, 6 pm / Self-Storage Facility
Proposal for self-storage facility at 11123 SW 68th Parkway, Tigard. Meeting will be held at Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue, 8935 SW Burnham Street, Tigard, 97223.
March 31, 6:30 pm / SW 113th Avenue 15-Lot Subdivision
Proposal to develop a 15-lot subdivision at 16380 and 16328 SW 113th Avenue after annexation into the City of Tigard is complete. NOTICE
March 23, 7 pm / SW Oak Street 2-Lot Partition
Proposal to divide the property at 8310 SW Oak Street into 2 lots. Meeting is part of the CPO 4M general meeting to be held in the Partricia D. Whiting Hall at Metzger Park, 8400 SW Hemlock St., Portland. NOTICE
DATE CHANGE: March 16 (previously March 9), 6 pm / 72nd and Spruce Street
Informational meeting on proposed Comprehensive Plan Designations and Zoning Map Amendment from Professional Commercial to Medium Density Residential (R-12) and Planned Development Overlay with Planned Development Concept Plan Review for this 1.54 acre site. Meeting to be held at Metzger Elementary School Library, 10350 SW Lincoln Street, Tigard 97223. NOTICE
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Washington County Neighborhood Meeting Packet
City of Tigard: Neighborhood Meeting Information & Typical Questions to Address Neighborhood Concerns
Comment Period - through April 28, 5 PM
Durham Square Partition
Mail or deliver comments to 13125 SW Hall Blvd. Include Case #MLP2016-00001. Address comments to Monica Bilodeau. NOTICE
Comment Period - through April 26, 5 PM
Hall Pointe Townhomes
Mail or deliver comments to 13125 SW Hall Blvd. Include Case #s: SDR2015-00005, LLA2016-00004, ADJ2016-00099, ADJ2016-00100. Address comments to Gary Pagenstecher. NOTICE
Comment Period - through April 21
Pacific Terrace Shopping Center Parking Adjustment
Request to reduce minimum off-street parking requirement by 20% to accommodate new religious institution, The Bridge. Send comments to Tigard Civic Center Town Hall, 13125 SW Hall Blvd., to the attention of Lina Smith. Include Case #VAR2016-00001. NOTICE
Comment Period - through April 12
Heritage Crossing Subdivision / Oregon Department of State Lands Application No. APP0057193
Proposal for a 62-lot, single-family subdivision at 15435 SW Hall Blvd., Tigard. Site is located in Metro's Urban Growth Boundary. Zoned residential. Will need approximately 1.74 acres of unavoidable fill to a palustrine emergent wetlands.
Public Hearing - March 14, 7 pm, Brookside Memory Care Facility
Applicant requesting approval of a conditional use permit for a 16,237 square foot, 42-bed memory care facility and reduction of on-site parking requirements from 17 to 11 spaces. Site is at 11035 SW Hall Blvd. Tigard Civic Center Town Hall, 13125 SW Hall Blvd. NOTICE
Comment Period - through March 3
The Circuit Partition / MLP 2015-00006
Send comments to Tigard Civic Center Town Hall, 13125 SW Hall Blvd., to the attention of Cheryl Caines. Include Case #MLP 2015-00006. NOTICE
Public Hearing - CONTINUED TO February 2 6:30 pm from January 12 (Tigard City Council) (Heard December 14 at Planning Commission)
Comprehensive Plan Amendment (CPA) 2015-00005; Zone Change (ZON) 2015-00007. Medium Density Residential (R-12) Preservation; involves changing designations on 4 parcels. See map. Tigard Civic Center Town Hall, 13125 SW Hall Blvd. NOTICE
Public Hearing - January 25, 2016, 7 pm, Tigard Planning Commission
Heritage Crossing Zone Change and Subdivision (ZON2015-0006/SUB2015-00015). This is a NEW application for 15435 SW Hall Blvd. Previous testimony will NOT be considered and must be resubmitted. Tigard Civic Center Town Hall, 13125 SW Hall Blvd. Original NOTICE
Comment Period - through January 25
Balfour 2-Parcel Partition at 9675 SW Frewing Street / MLP 2015-00007
Send comments to Tigard Civic Center Town Hall, 13125 SW Hall Blvd., to the attention of Cheryl Caines. Include Case #MLP 2015-00007. NOTICE
Public Hearing - November 2, 7 pm, at Tigard City Hall, 13125 SW Hall Blvd. for 30-lot single family subdivision "Annand Hill Development" proposed at 14595 SW 109th Avenue. NOTICE
Neighborhood Meeting - January 26, 6 pm
Riverside Homes proposes to develop a 41-lot subdivistion on approximately 17-acres of property located at 14775 SW 76th. NOTICE
Neighborhood Meeting - November 29, 5 pm
Development of 17,000 sq.ft. warehouse/office building at 15065 SW 74th Avenue. Meeting on site. NOTICE
Neighborhood Meeting - November 25, 8 pm
Venus Heights development on SW 100th Ave., south of McDonald Street; 14185 SW 100th Ave. Meeting at Max's Fanno Creek Brew Pub, 12562 SW Main Street, Tigard. NOTICE
Neighborhood Meeting - November 5, 6 pm 60-Lot subdivision at15435 SW Hall Blvd. Meeting to be held at Tigard Community Friends Church, 15800 SW Hall Blvd., Tigard. NOTICE
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Members at Large
Jerry Hofmann and Nancy Tracy
Jim Long, Chair
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Beth St. Amand
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