Hood River : Hood River Waterfront goal 5 economic, social, environmental, and energy analysis
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Hood River (Or.)
This analysis addresses the land use consequences of protecting Goal 5 resources in the City of Hood River’s Columbia River Infill Waterfront Area or the allowance of these resources to be reduced or lost.... Objectives for the criteria were: to identify riparian corridors that provide medium or high levels of one or more riparian corridor functions; to identify riparian corridors that provide habitat for rare, threatened, endangered or sensitive species or are important fish and wildlife habitat; to minimize the [effect] of riparian corridor setbacks on property owners while still protecting riparian corridor functions. [From the Document]
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Angelo Eaton & Associates; Oregon. Dept. of Transportation; Kittelson & Associates; Hood River (Or.); David Evans and Associates (City of Hood River (Or.), 2003-08-28)This Transportation Systems Plan (TSP) will guide the management of existing transportation facilities and the design and implementation of transportation facilities for the next 20 years. This transportation system plan ...
Resource Assistance for Rural Environments (Program); RARE; Oregon Natural Hazards Workgroup; Hood River County (Or.); Pasternak, Michael G. (Hood River County (Or.), 2006-08)The plan includes resources and information that will assist County agencies, residents, public and private sector organizations, and other people interested in participating in hazard mitigation. (Natural hazard ...
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