Lake Oswego : Lake Forest Neighborhood community plan

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Title: Lake Oswego : Lake Forest Neighborhood community plan
Author: Lake Oswego (Or.); Lake Forest Neighborhood Association (Or.)
Abstract: The Lake Forest Neighborhood (LFNA) lies at the westerly end of Lake Oswego. It is bordered by the I-5 Freeway on the west, Boones Ferry Road on the South, Waluga Drive on the east and Meadows Road on the north. Most of the development in Lake Forest is residential, and, although the bulk of the neighborhood was platted in the 1920’s, most residences were completed in the 1950’s. Today, the neighborhood contains over 1000 homes on about 350 acres.... The City and the County have an agreement, the Urban Growth Management Agreement, which outlines roles and responsibilities of each jurisdiction. The UGMA specifies that the County is responsible for all implementing regulations and land use actions on unincorporated lands within the Dual Interest Area*. When any land division or multi-family, commercial or industrial development application is proposed, however, the Agreement requires annexation to Lake Oswego, if City water or sewer facilities are required for the development. [From the Plan]
Description: 46 pp. Bookmarks supplied by UO. Includes maps. Adopted March 5, 2002. Captured January 29, 2007.
Date: 2002-03-05

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