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LCDC Meeting Reports July 20, 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 

Item 3 2017 Legislative Briefing 
Department staff will provide a summary of the 2017 legislative session to the commission. The summary will include general outcomes from the session, legislative direction to the department and the department's 2017-19 budget.
Item 4 Grants Allocation Plan 
The commission will consider approval of a 2017-2019 Grants Allocation Plan guiding awards of grants from the General Fund, including Technical Assistance, Columbia River Gorge, and Grant Young Memorial Small Community Planning Assistance grants.
Item 5 Draft DLCD 2017-2019 Policy Agenda 
​​​The commission will be briefed on the department's biennial Policy Agenda, which receives updates annually to reflect progress, changes, and newly added projects. The Policy Agenda directs department work and reflects the guidance provided by the DLCD Strategic Plan and the commission. 

Item 5 Supplemental New Policy Projects Required 2017 Land Use Legislation

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Item 6 Metropolitan Transportation Planning Rulemaking Initiation 
​The commission will consider initiating rulemaking for transportation planning in metropolitan areas, and appointing a rulemakings advisory committee. The Transportation Planning Rules (TPR), require cities and counties within metropolitan areas to plan for increasing transportation choices. The rulemaking would streamline existing TPR requirements and add additional options for local governments.
Item 7 Commission Business 
​The commission will receive a Budget and Management subcommittee report, appoint a subcommittee to lead the evaluation of the director, and address other commission business.
Item 8 Director's Report 
The commission will receive an update by the director on recent matters concerning the department. 

Item 9 Placeholder Request to Appeal 
State law requires commission approval of a DLCD director’s decision to seek review of a local government land use decision. Only the director or department staff on the director’s behalf, the applicant, and the affected local government may submit written or oral testimony concerning commission approval of a director’s recommendation to file or pursue an appeal, or intervention in an appeal, of a land use decision, expedited land division, or limited land use decision. This item is scheduled as a placeholder as the department does not anticipate making such a request. 
Item 10 Other Business 
The commission reserves this time, if needed, for other business. 

Item 11 NEW - City of Corvallis Petition to Stay Enforcement Order 17-ENF-001881
The commission will consider a petition by the City of Corvallis to stay Enforcement Order 17-ENF-001881, which order is pending judicial review at the Oregon Court of Appeals. The petition is opposed by GPA1, LLC and the Oregon Home Builders Association (intervenors). The commission is authorized by ORS 183.482(3) to consider the petition for a stay and either grant or deny it using criteria set forth in the statute and applicable rules. The enforcement order was issued under ORS 197.320(10), which directs the commission to require a local government to take action to bring its comprehensive plan, and use regulations, or other land use decisions into compliance with the state land use goals if the local government's approval standards, special conditions on approval of specific development proposals, or procedures for approval do not comply with statutory requirements for needed housing
under ORS 197.307(4) or (6). In its consideration of the petition, the commission will accept oral testimony from the city and intervenors.

Item 11 Exhibit 1



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