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This is moving forward. Another hearing has been set before the Planning Commission on May 10th, 2012 at 7 PM at the Tillamook County Court House. The regulation that will be discussed is attached to this announcement as well as on the main page of this website. Please read through this regulation.
CPAC will be discussing this at the next CPAC meeting on April 21 at 10:30 am in the Central Building.
We need your input to this regulation so that we can best determine if the Pacific City Woods CPAC wishes to support or not support this new legislation. An Executive Session of the CPAC board will be meeting on April 19th at 7 PM. We will be discussing a method or procedure by which members can contact us giving the board their opinion on this legislation. Members can comment on facebook, comment on the website or send an e-mail to email@example.com
Be aware, read the legislation and provide feedback either to CPAC or attending the Planning Commission meeting on May 10.
Be sure to come to the next CPAC Meeting Monday, March 19, 2012 at 6:30 pm at the Kiawanda Community Center
We will be discussing the Status of the Accessory Dwelling Unit Ordinance, the changes proposed for the Short Term Rental Ordinance and the results of the Territorial Sea Plan Meeting held March 6. The proposed changes for the Short Term Rental Ordinance are attached. Read them over and come on Monday to ask questions or make comment. Short Term Rental Amendment
The Planning Commission met on Thursday, December 15th to review the Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) Ordinance. Several of the CPAC members were in attendance and gave testimony. The discussion lasted about three hours from 7-10:30 pm. According to Bud Miller, CPAC Secretary who was one of the members in attendance, the Commissioners decided to send the draft back to the Department of Community Development for further revisions. It will also be sent through the Work Force Task Force, the committee that worked on this issue, before returning to the Planning Commission for another meeting and review. Bud noted that a number of minor changes were discussed during the meeting and that the opposition by Pacific City/Woods was noted.
At the November 21, 2011 CPAC Meeting held at the Kiawanda Community Center, the Pacific City/Woods CPAC voted to oppose the adoption of the Odinance 4.150: Accessory Housing. The motion “ The Pacific City-Woods CPAC recommends opposition to adoption of Ordinance 4.50: Accessory Housing, and if passed requests that the community of Pacific City-Woods be excluded from its requirements.” The vote was five (5) in favor of the motion to oppose, two (2) against and two (2) abstaining.
The ordinance is attached below and a complete packet of the public meeting notice can be viewed at http://www.co.tillamook.or.us/gov/ComDev/documents/planning/LandUseApplications/OA-11-02.pdf .
In addition, a pdf file containing all the pertinent documents to the ADU is attached. This includes the response to the Tillamook Department of Community Planning, meeting notes from the 11-21 CPAC Meeting and the 7-30 All CPAC meeting and feedback from members and community regarding the ADU.
The Planning Commission will be addressing this ordinance at the Planning Commission meeting on December 15, 2011, at the Tillamook County Court House at 7:00 p.m. Residents and property owners can testify at the meeting or submit their opinion to the Department of Planning and Development and/or the Planning Commission prior to the meeting. Oral testimony will be taken at the meeting. Written testimony will be accepted through December 14. If you wish your written testimony to be included in the packet submitted to the Planning Commission it should be received by the Department of Community Development 1510 B 3rd Street, Tillamook, Oregon 97141 by 4 pm on the date of the hearing (December 15, 2011).
The Tillamook County Commisioners will hold a public meeting regarding the ADU on Wednesday, February 22, 2012 at the County Court House in Conference Rooms A&B.After the Planning Commission addresses this ordinance it will be reviewed by the Planning Commission on February 22, 2012.
On Monday, November 21 at the Kiawanda Community Center, the Pacific City/Woods CPAC will be discussing and also voting whether or not to support the Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) Ordinance. The Planning Commission will review and make a determination of the Ordinance at their meeting on Thursday, December 15 at 7 pm at the Tillamook Court House. CPAC will submit their opinion on the ADU. All residents are welcome to give testimony and/or submit their concerns to the Planning Commission prior to the December 15th meeting.
Please plan on attending the Nov 21 CPAC meeting to hear the discussion and cast your vote regarding this Tillamook County Ordinance.
The ordinance and also Goal 10 for Tillamook County – Housing is attached for your review.
The Workforce Housing Task Force will be presenting the proposed Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) ordinance at a special CPAC Meeting on Saturday, July 30, 2011 at 10:30 a.m. The meeting will be held at the Central Building, 33570 Brooten Road. Pacific City, OR.
The Neskowin, Netarts, Oceanside, Cloverdale and Barview CPAC’s will be invited. There will be a public comment period in August/September before it is presented to the Tillamook Board of Commissioners. The process will be outlined at the meeting. We will receive the final draft of this ordinance after the task force’s July 21 meeting and it will be distributed to the membership for the July 30 meeting. We will also post it to the website as soon as it is received.
At the Pacific City/Woods CPAC meeting on Saturday August 18, the CPAC membership will have an opportunity to discuss this ordinance and determine their level of support.
At the February 25, CPAC Chair Meeting held at the Department of Planning and Development, Butch Parker – Director, indicated that one of the priorities for his department this year would be to complete the ADU ordinance and will send it on to the Board of Commissioners for approval. Although no time frame was discussed, the public would have a chance to provide opinion at the Board of Commissioners meeting.
The Task Force will be holding a meeting sometime in the near future so the final draft can be reviewed by the public and by the CPAC’s. The Task Force met with sewer and water authorities in South Tillamook County and have done some research with other communities who have adopted this type of ordinance. The only change to the ordinance is that any ADU would be a ‘conditional use for all building zones in Tillamook County. This would assure that each application will be reviewed and approved.