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The Tillamook County Planning and Development Department has posted the Planning Commission decision regarding the Pacific City Arcade in the previous post – they are requiring an updated signed and sealed survey and site plan of the property to properly locate the arcade outside of the primary surface of the airport. In addition there are requirements for parking. The document is attached for your convenience. It can also be found on the Tillamook County website. Check the Tillamook County links tab to view the site.
The Planning Commission met on May 12, 2011 to discuss the appeal of the Arcade as submitted by the Goodman Group. The decision to deny the Arcade Application, was overturned in a 4 to 2 vote by the Planning Commission. They also specified some conditions regarding that need to be met in the development of the Arcade. One condition is a signed, certified current site plan and survey delineating the position of the primary surface outlined in the current Airport Overlay. Other conditions were also specified. The Department of Planning and Development are currently completing the wording and work on this appeal. CPAC will receive the final version in the near future.
On March 8th the Tillamook Department of Community Development denied the Arcade Application CU-10-13(a). The application was denied because it has not met all the criteria for development. The application does not meet standards of the flood overlay zone, the Pacific City Air airport overlay zone in regards to its location in the Primary Surface corridor and off-street loading and parking requirements. The complete document regarding Department’s decision can be found on the Tillamook County website at the following address:
or click on Tillamook County Links in the sidebar and go to “Completed Land Use Decisions”. Look for CU-10-13(a).
Mr. Goodman has applied for an appeal with the County Planning Commission. It will be reviewed at their regular meeting on Thursday, April 14th at 7 pm in the County Court House.
PC/Woods CPAC has chosen not to provide comment on the denied application and its appeal and will leave it to the County Planning Commission to decide. However, residents and persons of interest can submit a statement to the Department of County Development prior to the April 14th meeting.