McMinnville : Public facility plan 1995
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This Public Facility Plan has been drafted in accordance with Oregon Administrative Rules (OAR) 660-11-000 (Public Facilities Planning) which requires that all jurisdictions with a population over 2,500 persons develop a Public Facility Plan for adoption. In order that the City satisfy this requirement, as well as Period Review Factor Two (Goal 11 - Public Facilities and Services) of the December 3, 1993, Land Conservation and Development Commission’s (LCDC’s) Required Amendments Remand (Order 94-RA-914) of the City’s Periodic Review, this Public Facility Plan has been prepared. [From the Plan]
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