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    • Linking ecological, social, and economic objectives: moving forward in Lake County 

      O’Keeffe, Jane (Ecosystem Workforce Program, Institute for a Sustainable Environment, University of Oregon, 2001)
      We are promoting healthy forest ecosystems and high wage, high skill jobs in natural resources in Lake County. We have created a unique coalition to work towards this goal and we have learned several lessons along the way.
    • Linking Forms, Singularities, and Homological Stability for Diffeomorphism Groups of Odd Dimensional Manifolds 

      Perlmutter, Nathan (University of Oregon, 2015-08-18)
      Let n > 1. We prove a homological stability theorem for the diffeomorphism groups of (4n+1)-dimensional manifolds, with respect to forming the connected sum with (2n-1)-connected, (4n+1)-dimensional manifolds that are ...
    • Linking Geomorphic Process and Landscape Form: Topographic Analysis, Analog Experiments, and Numerical Modeling 

      Sweeney, Kristin (University of Oregon, 2016-02-23)
      Erosive landscapes are formed from the amalgamation of individual sediment transport over space and time. Though sediment transport is readily observable at the grain and event scales, determining how these events conspire ...
    • Linking Nature and History 

      Goldberg, Landon; Ribe, Robert; Finney, Kevin (University of Oregon, 2017)
      Albany has a vibrant historic downtown and a beautiful waterfront park. However, the links between the two are not particularly frequent, inviting, or pedestrian- friendly. This proposal analyzes natural site conditions ...
    • Linn County : Community wildfire protection plan 

      Linn County (Or.); ECO Northwest, Ltd.; LeDuc, Andre; Juntunen, Lorelei; Mitchell, Krista M.; Siepert, Katy (Linn County (Or.), 2007-11)
      This plan describes Linn County’s risk from wildfires as well as the specific steps that it will take to reduce that risk now and in the future. It is a Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP), a collaborative effort ...
    • Linn County : Comprehensive plan 

      Linn County (Or.) (Linn County (Or.), 2003-04-03)
      LCC 900.010 to 919.999 shall be known as the "Linn County Comprehensive Plan Code." LCC 900.010 to 919.999 may also be referred to and cited as the "Comprehensive Plan" or the "Comp Plan," or the "Plan." [From the Plan]
    • Linn County : Coordinated public transit-human services transportation plan draft 

      Linn County (Or.); Oregon Cascades West Council of Governments; Volmert, Mark (Linn County (Or.), 2007-05-20)
      The Linn County Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services Transportation Plan has been developed to establish a framework to better support the delivery of transportation services to seniors, persons with disabilities ...
    • Linn County : Development code 

      Linn County (Or.) (Linn County (Or.), 2004-02-25)
      Development codes are ordinances implementing a local government’s comprehensive plan. They include two components: a zoning ordinance and a subdivision ordinance, which may be adopted and published as separate documents ...
    • Linn County : Forestland development standards handbook 

      Linn County (Or.); Satre Associates (Linn County (Or.), 2003-06)
      The siting of new buildings and the expansion of existing buildings and homes is subject to various property development standards in the Linn County Land Development Code (LCC). The purpose of this handbook is to ...
    • Linn County : Natural hazard mitigation plan 

      Linn County (Or.). Planning and Building Dept.; Linn County (Or.); Oregon Natural Hazards Workgroup (2005-11-00)
      Linn County developed this Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan to protect life and property and reduce damages resulting from natural disasters by reducing vulnerability to natural hazard risks. Reducing potential damages ...
    • Linn County : Transportation plan code 

      Linn County (Or.) (Linn County (Or.), 2004-08-23)
      The Transportation Plan contains brief background descriptions of facilities and issues followed by the complete list of adopted County transportation policies. In addition, sections of the Plan list and prioritize ...
    • Linn County CWPP 

      [Government Agency(s)] (2007-10-01)
    • Linn County Notice of Adopted Amendment (2006-02-28) 

      Linn County (Linn County, 2006-02-28)
      Applicant proposed to amend zoning designation on 2.44 acres from Urban Growth Management-10 acre minimum (UGM-10) to Urban Growth Area-Rural Commercial (UGA-RCM). The property is located adjacent to State Highway 20 within ...
    • Linn County Notice of Adopted Amendment (2006-03-01) 

      Linn County (Linn County, 2006-03-01)
      Change the Plan Designation of a 40.01-acre property from Forest Conservation and Management to Farm/Forest. Change the Zoning Map designationfromFCM to F/F.
    • Linn County Notice of Adopted Amendment (2006-03-01) 

      Linn County (Linn County, 2006-03-01)
      Change the Plan Designation of a 28.62-acre property from Farm/Forest to Non-Resource. Change the Zoning Map designation from Farm/Forest fF/F> to Non-Resource (NR-5).
    • Linn County Notice of Adopted Amendment (2006-10-26) 

      Linn County (Linn County, 2006-10-26)
      Adopt exceptions to Goal 3 and Goal 4: Change the Plan Designation of a 44.23-acre property from Farm/Forest to Rural Residential; Change the Zoning Map designation from Farm/Forest (F/F) to Rural Residential (RR-10-).
    • Linn County Notice of Adopted Amendment (2006-12-20) 

      Linn County (Linn County, 2006-12-20)
      Amend the Comprehensive Plan aggregate resource inventory to include the 50-acre property in the inventory of significant aggregate resource sites: and apply the Aggregate Resource Overlay (ARO) to the property.
    • Linn County Notice of Adopted Amendment (2007-08-30) 

      Linn County (Linn County, 2007-08-30)
      Linn County approved a Comprehensive Plan map amendment and a zoning map amendment to expand the Brownsville Urban Growth Boundary by 1.4 acres and to remove the Linn County Agricultural Resource designation on the 1.4 ...
    • Linn County Notice of Adopted Amendment (2007-12-03) 

      Linn County (Linn County, 2007-12-03)
      Amended the Harrisburg population projection to 5,992 in 2027 and Tangent 2020 projection 1,501 in 2026.
    • Linn County Notice of Adopted Amendment (2008-12-26) 

      Linn County (Linn County, 2008-12-26)
      Applicants proposed to expand Mill City's urban growth boundary by 9.16 acres. The property is currently zoned Rural Residential 2 1/2 acre minimum (RR-2 1/2) Once included m the urban growth boundary, the land would be ...