Council Approves Periodic Review Work Program - August 28, 2008
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On Wednesday, August 6, 2008, the Portland City Council conducted a public hearing on the periodic review work program for the City's Comprehensive Plan update, including the Planning Commission's recommendations on meeting the periodic review requirements. Fourteen people testified at the hearing. Council action in this regard met State requirements for periodic review. The materials are now under review by the Department of Land Conservation & Development. Council discussion and decision on the larger Portland Plan work program (work program elements beyond the scope of periodic review) have been deferred to a later date this Fall to allow more time for Council consideration of the larger scope of the Portland Plan, including the questions and issues raised by the public during the May and June meetings and feedback received on the draft work program.


Approved Periodic Review Work Program & Public Involvement Plan

http://www.portlandonline.com/portlandplan/index.cfm?c=47481&a=203993 (PDF document)


The exhibits are limited to periodic review and do not include a work program for non-mandated plan updates. The Draft Preliminary Work Program for the Portland Plan – to be revised further in the next few months – is available online at 

http://www.portlandonline.com/portlandplan/index.cfm?c=47481&a=199464 (PDF document)

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