Marion County : Brooks-Hopmere community plan

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Title: Marion County : Brooks-Hopmere community plan
Author: Marion County (Or.); Marion County (Or.). Public Works Dept.; Pacific Rim Resources, Inc.
Abstract: The area [covered by the Plan] includes a mix of residential, commercial, industrial and public land uses. Brooks has two schools, a fire station, and a post office. Hopmere contains industrial and commercial uses within the Brooks-Hopmere boundary; with several residences along River Road on less than an acre parcels being included in the boundary due to existing non-farm use under current Exclusive Farm Use zoning. The county comprehensive plan originally prepared to address statewide planning goals listed Hopmere as a Rural Service Center and Brooks as a Rural Community. The freeway interchange between the two was also recognized as a Rural Development Center in the plan. The community includes only areas planned and zoned for residential, commercial and industrial development and public uses; no no land planned for farm use is included though the Ogden-Martin waste to energy utility facility is included in the boundary and zoned Exclusive Farm Use. [From the Plan]
Description: 25 pp. Bookmarks supplied by UO. Includes map. Adopted July 2000. Captured January 5, 2006.
URI: ../County/Sub-area%20plans/Marion_County_Brooks_Hopmere_Community_Plan.pdf
http://hdl.handle.net/1794/4097
Date: 2000-07


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