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ORDINANCE 1911

(AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CITY’S COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE PLAN AND ZONING MAP FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 3N 10E 35DA tax lots 4800)

 WHEREAS, the City of Hood River Planning Commission held a public hearing on August 16, 2006, to consider an application for a quasi-judicial plan and zone map amendment according to Chapter 17.08 to change the zoning designation on the property located at  3N 10E 35DA tax lot 4800;

 WHEREAS, the applicant requested a plan and zone change from Urban Low Density Residential R-1 to Urban High Density Residential R-3 and the Planning Commission recommended granting the request;

 WHEREAS, the City of Hood River notified the Department of Land Conservation and Development in writing on June 13, 2006;

 WHEREAS, following issuance of notice as required by the Hood River Municipal Code, the Hood River City Council held a public hearing on August 28, 2006 at which time the Council considered the Planning Commission’s record and recommendation, the Planning Staff’s report, and testimony presented, if any;

 WHEREAS, the Hood River City Council adopts the Planning Commission’s findings of fact and conclusions of law set forth in the findings signed August 18, 2006, and approves the application for the requested plan and zone map amendment with the additional condition that the property can only be developed as residential use.

 NOW, THEREFORE, the City of Hood River ordains as follows:

The Comprehensive Land Use Plan and Zoning Maps of the City of Hood River are hereby amended by changing the zoning designation of property located at 3N 10E 35DA tax lots 4800 from Urban Low Density Residential R-1 to Urban High Density Residential R-3 for the purpose of residential use.

Read for the first time 12 September 2006.

Read for the second time and approved: 12 September 2006, to become effective 30 days after the ordinance is read for the second time.


      _____________________________
      Linda Streich, Mayor

 

ATTEST:   ___________________________¬¬¬¬¬
  Jill Rommel, City Recorder