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  • Eugene-Springfield (Eugene-Springfield, 2007-03-02)
    Eugene City Council adopted Ordinance No. 20377 amending the Eugene-Springfield Metropolitan Area General Plan (Metro Plan) diagram to amend the Metro Plan designation and zoning of the property known as the Oregon Motor ...
  • Eugene-Springfield (Eugene-Springfield, 2007-03-26)
    Metro Plan Amendment MA 06-3 amended the Metro Plan land use diagram from a designation of Campus Industrial to Medium Density Residential and includes an automatic update to the Willakenzie Area refinement plan pursuant ...
  • Eugene-Springfield (Eugene-Springfield, 2007-06-21)
    Amend the Metro Plan Diagram from Campus Industrial (CI) (56 acres) to: Community Commercial (CC) 11 acres, Commercial/Nodal Development Area (C/NDA) (26 acres) and Medium Density Residential/NDA (MDR/NDA) (19 acres). The ...
  • Eugene-Springfield (Eugene-Springfield, 2007-07-19)
    The applicant requested approval to change the designation on the Metropolitan Plan diagram from Light Medium Industrial (LMl) to Commerical with an automatic amendment to the East Main Refinement Plan for approximately ...
  • Eugene-Springfield (Eugene-Springfield, 2007-07-19)
    The applicant applied for a Zoning Map Amendment concurrently with a Metro Plan / Refinement Plan map Amendment (LRP2007-00013). The applicant proposed to rezone the subject properties from Light Medium Industrial (LMI) ...
  • Eugene-Springfield (Eugene-Springfield, 2009-06-22)
    Adopt a new population projection for the years 2010-2030 and 2030-2035 for the City of Springfield
  • Eugene-Springfield (Eugene-Springfield, 2009-11-05)
    This is a text amendment to the Eugene-Springfield Metropolitan Area General Plan, Chapter lll-D Willamette Greenway Element, Policy D.H. The amendment approves an exception to Goal 15 for the purpose of allowing the ...
  • Eugene-Springfield (Eugene-Springfield, 2009-11-05)
    The cities of Eugene, Springfield and the County of Lane adopted new, coordinated population forecasts for the two cities and metropolitan urban areas by amending Chapter I, Introduction Purpose Section of the Eugene-Springfield ...
  • Eugene-Springfield (Eugene-Springfield, 2010-03-11)
    Comprehensive Plan (Metro Plan) amendment IO change land UM: designation from Parks and Opens Space to Low Density Residential. Automatically amends refinement plan diagram from Open Space to >ow Density Residential
  • Eugene-Springfield (Eugene-Springfield, 2010-03-15)
    1) Comprehensive Plan (Metro Plan) amendment to change land use designation from High Density Residential to Commercial. 2) Refinement Plan amendment to change land use designations from High Density Residential to Commercial ...
  • Eugene-Springfield (Eugene-Springfield, 2010-10-07)
    This updated Eugene Airport Master Plan replaces earlier versions as a refinement to the EugeneSpringfield Metropolitan Area General Plan (Metro Plan). It is functionally specific to the provision of commercial aviation, ...
  • Eugene-Springfield (Eugene-Springfield, 2012-03-15)
    Metro Plan Diagram amendment and Zone change to 27.9 acres of light medium industrial designtation to a combination of Low Density Residential, Medium Density Residential and Commercial designations. Zone Change from I-2 ...
  • Eugene (Or.); PIVOT Architecture (Firm); Walker-Macy (City of Eugene (Or.), 2006-10)
    The Master Plan assumes that improvements to the Park Blocks will be incremental. It establishes guidelines for the gradual implementation of the complete vision. [From the Plan]
  • Eugene (Or.); Lane Council of Governments (Or.); Springfield (Or.) (Lane Council of Governments, 1976-04)
    [T]he General Plan, which is long-range, comprehensive and focused on physical development, provides a flexible guide for specific developmental decision making. It does not, in itself, set down the decisions. [From the Plan]
  • Eugene (Or.) (City of Eugene (Or.), 1981-04)
    This report consists of three sections following this introduction. Section II sets forth the long-term goal for downtown housing along with a series of recommended actions needed to achieve that goal. Section III provides ...
  • Wolf, Maya; Miller, Wyatt, 1980-; Oregon Institute of Marine Biology (Oregon Institute of Marine Biology, 2008-06)
  • Haselton, Rick (University of Oregon School of Law, 2019-06-19)
    My friend Jack and I go back a long way: back to 1983, when, coming off his clerkship with Judge Belloni, he joined our old firm, the original, inimitable, Lindsay Hart Neil & Weigler. We were young associates, and then ...
  • Intile, Kelly (University of Oregon, 2007-06)
    From the early sixteenth century to the Industrial Revolution, coffee-houses spread from the Middle East throughout Europe and grew into important political, economic, and social institutions. This paper investigates the ...
  • Nicholson, Andrew (2003-05-26)
  • McLean, April G. (1974)
    Estuaries are individually unique ecosystems, each with specific environmental characteristics. There are, however, some generalizations that can be made describing estuaries overall. Caspers (1967) gives four features ...

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