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LCDC Meeting Reports, May 18-19, 2017

LCDC Meeting May 18-19, 2017

Item 1 Approve Agenda


Item 2 Public Comment
This part of the agenda is for comments on topics not scheduled elsewhere on the agenda. The chair may set time limits (usually three minutes) for individual speakers. The maximum time for all public comments under this agenda item will be limited to 30 minutes. If you bring written summaries or other materials to the meeting please provide the commission assistant with 20 copies prior to your testimony. The commission is unable to take action, at this meeting, on items brought to their attention in this forum.

Item 2 Exhibit 1 Public Comment

Item 3 Appeal of DLCD Approval of Lafayette Urban Growth Boundary Amendment
The commission will hear an appeal of the DLCD director's approval of a 61-acre expansion of the Lafayette urban growth boundary. Only the director or department staff on the director's behalf, the appellant, and the affected local government may submit written or oral argument concerning the appeal.

Item 3 Lafayette Supplemental Material

Item 3 Exhibit 1

Item 4 Measure 49 Claims Briefing
The commission will receive a presentation about rural development that has occurred under the authority of Ballot Measure 49, which was passed by voters in 2007. Staff will also report about ongoing work to improve the database that tracks and maps Measure 49 authorizations and actual development.

Item 4 Powerpoint Presentation

Item 5 Commission Business
The commission will receive a Budget and Management subcommittee report and other commission business.

Item 6 NFIP BiOp Response Briefing
The commission will receive an update on the department’s actions with respect to the National Marine Fisheries Service’s Biological Opinion (BiOp) on Implementation of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) in the State of Oregon. Staff will report on: actions taken by the Federal Emergency Management Agency since the BiOp was release last April; revised implementation schedule; and progress of DLCD NFIP Workgroups.

Item 6 Powerpoint Presentation

Item 7 Oregon's Economic and Employment Outlook
Gail Krumenauer, Senior Economic Analyst for the Oregon Employment Department, will discuss Oregon’s economic outlook and present a recently released report focusing on the rural areas of the state.

Item 7 Powepoint Presentation

Item 8 Oregon Population Forecast Program Briefing
Portland State University Population Research Center staff will provide the commission with an informational briefing on the Oregon Population Forecast Program, a statutorily mandated program financed through the Department of Land Conservation and Development.

Item 8 Powerpoint Presentation

Item 9 2017 Mid-Session Legislative Update
The department will provide the commission a mid-session legislative update on budget issues and land use legislation.

Item 10 Sage-Grouse Rulemaking Hearing
The commission will hold a hearing and consider adoption of amendments to OAR 660-023-115, Exhibit D. The proposed revisions will modify the existing human disturbance baseline values for sage grouse core areas. The original baseline values were determined using a variety of datasets that were the best available in 2013-2014. One of these datasets delineating electric transmission lines was a proprietary dataset that is now preventing the department from creating a fully transparent central registry as directed in Section 15 of OAR 660-023-115 (the Sage Grouse Rule). This rulemaking is intended to modify the baseline values to reflect the use of a replacement transmission line dataset that is state-owned and maintained. No other amendments to the Sage Grouse Rule, the baseline values, or the supporting datasets are requested.

Item 11 Request to Appeal
State law requires commission approval of a DLCD director's decision to seek review of a local government land use decision. The director is seeking review of a plan amendment approved by Klamath County and the city of Klamath Falls to amend the Klamath Falls urban growth boundary. Only the director or department staff on the director's behalf, the applicant, and the affected local government may submit written or oral testimony.

Item 11 Attachment F

Item 12 Integrated Water Resource Strategy Briefing
Staff from the Oregon Water Resources Department will provide the commission with a status update regarding implementation of the state's Integrated Water Resources Strategy, including an overview of proposals for the 2017 version. The 2017 Integrated Water Resources Strategy will be presented to the Water Resources Commission for adoption in November 2017.

Item 13 Director's Report
The commission will receive an update by the director on recent matters concerning the department.

Item 13 Exhibit 1

Item 14 Other Business
The commission reserves this time, if needed, for other business.

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