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Most City of Portland offices will be closed Monday, May 30, to observe Memorial Day.

Urban Forestry Commission Meeting - Public Hearing

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All monthly meetings of the Urban Forestry Commission are open to the public and community involvement is encouraged.
9:30 am 11:30 am
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Public Testimony for Proposed Changes to Title 11

Testimony will be taken during the Public Hearing on Proposed Changes to Title 11. If you intend to provide oral testimony, please sign up by 3:30pm on Wednesday, May 18 by emailing urbanforestrycommission@portlandoregon.gov. Comments are limited to three minutes each. Written testimony can be submitted to urbanforestrycommission@portlandoregon.gov and must be received by the start of the hearing.

The meeting will be held virtually over Zoom, however in-person accommodation to observe the hearing and provide testimony is available at the following location:

Portland Building, Room 211 (2nd floor)

1120 SW 5th Ave., Portland, OR

Agenda

9:30 – 9:35: Public Comments 

9:35 – 9:40: Minutes Approval

9:40 – 10:00: Forestry Report – Jenn Cairo, City Forester

10:00 – 10:45: Public Hearing on Proposed Changes to Title 11

10:45 – 11:15: Discussion & Recommendations on Title 11 Amendments

11:15 – 11:30: Healthy Parks, Healthy Portland Update

Meeting Materials

Proposed Amendments to Title 11

Conflict of Interest Policy: Members of City advisory bodies are public officials, based on State law ORS 244.020(15), and as such are required to disclose conflicts of interest. Under Oregon Revised Statute 244.020(3), an appointee has conflict of interest when participating in an official action which could or would result in a financial benefit or avoidance of detriment to the public official, a relative of the public official, or a business with which either is associated.

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