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The re-adopted plan goes back into effect on August 10, 2020; public comments invited on the re-adoption of administrative rules for bird-safe windows and low-carbon buildings.
Commissioners have heard public testimony; now they will deliberate before voting on the re-adoption of the long-range plan for the Central City.
Revised plan includes changes to address LUBA and Court of Appeals concerns.
New long-range plan for Portland’s urban core has something for everyone — even the birds and the trees.
New amendments to the plan address Court of Appeals ruling; City Council to hold a public hearing at a date to be announced.
The Bureau of Development Services is now accepting development applications subject to the new zoning and code.
The CC2035 Plan establishes a new generation of goals and tools to ensure the city center becomes an even more thriving economic, cultural, educational and recreational hub for the region over the next 20+ years.