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  • RARE; Otak, Inc.; Kittelson & Associates; Resource Assistance for Rural Environments (Program); Pacific Rim Resources, Inc.; Cove (Or.); Union County (Or.). Planning Dept. (City of Cove (Or.), 1998-05-28)
    Key elements of the Cove Transportation System Plan include: a local street network plan to identify general preference for future road/utility extensions; an access management plan to protect and preserve the function, ...
  • Lane Transit District (Lane County, Or.); Lennertz Coyle & Associates; University of Oregon. Dept. of Planning, Public Policy and Management. Community Planning Workshop; ECO Northwest, Ltd.; Eugene (Or.). Public Works Dept.; TBG Architects & Planners; Eugene Water & Electric Board; Eugene (Or.); Pacific Rim Resources, Inc. (City of Eugene (Or.), 2000-11)
    The vision entails enhanced visual and physical connections between downtown, Franklin Boulevard, the University of Oregon and the Willamette River. A network of public open spaces provides opportunities for rest and ...
  • Otak, Inc.; Pacific Rim Resources, Inc.; Pendleton (Or.); Kittelson & Associates (City of Pendleton (Or.), 1996-12-26)
    The Pendleton Transportation System Plan (TSP), a joint venture between the City of Pendleton, Umatilla County, and the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT), is a multimodal plan that includes strategies to manage ...
  • Pacific Rim Resources, Inc.; Faulkner/Conrad Group; Portland (Or.); Portland Development Commission; Donald B. Genasci & Associates; Cost Planners Inc.; Portland (Or.). Bureau of Housing and Community Development (City of Portland (Or.), 1995-05-24)
    In discussing the future of Kennedy School, the Task Force identified the following vision of a successful development: the school building be "saved" from demolition; some portion of the building be available for ...
  • Salem (Or.); Pacific Rim Resources, Inc.; Leland Consulting Group; StastnyBrun Architects; Kimley-Horn and Associates (City of Salem (Or.), 1997-07)
    Redevelopment of the North Downtown area presents an opportunity to expand and strengthen the central city and to build on the strength of the downtown, to continuing overall growth of the region, and efforts to redicover ...

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