North Bend : Comprehensive plan
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The City of North Bend Comprehensive Plan is a policy document to guide land use and related activities. It sets forth the intent of the City in matters of public concern. The Plan allocates land uses for the necessary activities to promote efficient and harmonious urban living. Further, it addresses the requirements of the Land Conservation and Development Commission (LCDC) Statewide Planning Goals and Guidelines. [From the Plan]
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