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    • Boyd Howdy commercial thinning timber sale decision document 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (2004-08-31)
      Announces decision to authorize the implementation of the Proposed Action Alternative as outlined in the EA. It involves the commercial thinning and density management harvest of second growth timber in the Calapooya ...
    • Boyd Too commercial thinning timber sale decision document 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (2005-06-28)
      Announces decision to authorize the implementation of the Proposed Action Alternative as outlined in the EA. It involves the commercial thinning and density management harvest of second growth timber in the Calapooya ...
    • Bridge and Spring Creek bridges decision memo 

      Bend-Fort Rock Ranger District (Or.) (2003-08-11)
      Announces categorical exclusion of project replacing the 4-foot wide Bridge Creek bridge, which broke in the middle under heavy snow with a single log stringer bridge with handrails. Also includes replacing the aging Spring ...
    • Bridge Forks west environmental assessment 

      Bend-Fort Rock Ranger District (Or.) (2002-04-10)
      Proposes to reconstruct 34 miles of existing trail, relocate approximately 2 trail miles that are located in areas of soil and erosion concern, construct about 3 miles of new mostly mountain bike trail, and provide signs ...
    • Bridge thin project decision notice and finding of no significant impact 

      McKenzie River Ranger District (Or.) (2008-04-18)
      Announces decision to implement Alternative B of the project EA, to thin 2463 acres, yielding a gross estimate of 47.8 million board feet of wood products that would be sold over 3 years beginning in fiscal year 2008. The ...
    • Bridge thin project environmental assessment 

      McKenzie River Ranger District (Or.) (2008-03)
      Proposes to thin 2463 acres, yielding a gross estimate of 47.8 million board feet of wood products that would be sold over 3 years beginning in fiscal year 2008. The objectives would be to restore structural diversity in ...
    • Broken Buck timber harvest environmental assessment 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (2000-01-31)
      Proposes to harvest approximately 4.3 million board feet of timber in the Brush Creek and Hayhurst Valley watersheds. Includes regeneration harvesting, culvert replacements, subsoiling, prescribed burning, and road ...
    • Broken Buck timber sale decision document 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (1998-08-24)
      Announces decision to authorize the implementation of the Proposed Action Alternative and lift the suspension of the sale to permit the purchaser to resume operations on the Broken Buck T.S. and to complete the burning of ...
    • Broken Wagon DMT timber sale decision documentation 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Coos Bay District (2007-03-22)
      Announces decision implementing density management thinning harvests on 178 acres of conifer-dominated EA units and 126 acres of hardwood conversion, including removal of all red alder and thinning of existing conifers, ...
    • Brookings : Comprehensive plan 

      Brookings (Or.) (City of Brookings (Or.), 1995)
      The Comprehensive Plan will be thoroughly reviewed and necessary alterations made every two (2) years. The Committee for Citizen Involvement and staff will prepare an initial review for presentation to the Planning Commission, ...
    • Brookings : Development code 

      Brookings (Or.) (City of Brookings (Or.), 2004-01-20)
      Development codes are ordinances implementing a local government’s comprehensive plan. They include two components: a zoning ordinance and a subdivision ordinance, which may be adopted and published as separate documents ...
    • Brookings : Downtown master plan 

      Brookings (Or.); RBF Consulting. Urban Design Studio (City of Brookings (Or.), 2002-05)
      The Downtown Brookings Master Plan is a tool to help both revitalize and celebrate the core area of Downtown Brookings, improving the experience for both residents and visitors to downtown. Much of the work in the Master ...
    • Brookings : Emergency operations plan 

      Brookings (Or.) (City of Brookings (Or.), 2006-01-01)
      The City of Brooking[s] (although not required [to] by law), has created a Emergency Operation Plan, which provides a framework by which public officials and emergency responders of Brookings and Curry County plan for, ...
    • Brookings : EOA preliminary results (2009) 

      ECO Northwest, Ltd.; Brookings (Or.) (City of Brookings (Or.), 2009-04-20)
      The City will need to offset future conversion of commercial land to residential land through the following methods: increasing land use efficiency (e.g., redevelopment); efficient use of opportunity sites; designate ...
    • Brookings : Natural hazards mitigation plan addendum (2009) 

      Brookings (Or.); Curry County (Or.) (City of Brookings (Or.), 2009-06-08)
      The City of Brookings developed this addendum to the Curry County multi-jurisdictional Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan in an effort to increase the community's resilience to natural hazards. The addendum focuses on the ...
    • Brookings : Transportation system plan 

      Brookings (Or.); David Evans and Associates; H. Lee & Associates (City of Brookings (Or.), 2002-08)
      The City of Brookings Transportation System Plan (TSP) guides the management of existing transportation facilities and the design and implementation of future facilities for the next 20 years. This Transportation System ...
    • Brookings : Urban renewal plan 

      Kupper, Charles; Brookings (Or.); Spencer & Kupper (City of Brookings (Or.), 2002-08-12)
      The primary purpose of the Brookings urban renewal plan is to revitalize the commercial area of the City, and to attract new businesses and jobs to the commercially zoned areas of Brookings. The renewal plan builds upon ...
    • Brookings : US 101: Thomas Creek to Chetco River access management plan 

      Brookings (Or.); Oregon. Dept. of Transportation (City of Brookings (Or.), 2003)
      The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) and the City of Brookings developed this Access Management Plan (AMP) in compliance with the Oregon Highway Plan (OHP) as well as in response to a South West Area Commission ...
    • Brookings Notice of Adopted Amendment (2006-03-30) 

      Brookings (Brookings, 2006-03-30)
    • Brookings Notice of Adopted Amendment (2006-04-27) 

      Brookings (Brookings, 2006-04-27)
      visions to Section 80 of the Land Development Code, "Site Plan Approval"