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Exhibit B - Neighborhood Meeting LAND USE PLANNING TRANSPORTATION PLANNING PROJECT MANAGEMENT MEMORANDUM Lake Oswego Boones Ferry Road Zoning and Code Amendment Neighborhood Meeting— Summary Notes DA1 L May 7, 2021 TO Scot Siegel, City of Lake Oswego FROM Frank Angelo and Courtney Simms, Angelo Planning Group (APG) CC Lake Forest NA, Lake Grove NA, Waluga NA, Lake Grove BA The Neighborhood Meeting for the proposed Zone / Comprehensive Plan Map Amendment and Development Code Amendments was held via Zoom on May 4, 2021 at 7pm. While this meeting is not required for the proposed applications, the City sought the neighborhoods' input. Separate from this meeting, a discussion with Housing Stakeholders was held on May 5, 2021 at 11am to receive feedback about the City's work towards affordable housing. Project Staff Present: Scot Siegel, City of Lake Oswego Frank Angelo, APG Courtney Simms, APG Ralph Tahran, Tahran Architecture and Planning, LLC. 1. Welcome (Scot Siegel, Lake Oswego): Scot Siegel introduced the team and gave the neighborhood associations and business association members a chance to introduce themselves. Ginger McDowell (Lake Forest NA Co-Chair), Carolyn Krebs (Lake Forest NA Board) and Cheryl Uchida (Waluga NA), Dan Anderson (Lake Grove NA) and Ken Sandblast (Lake Grove Business Association) introduced themselves. It was noted that, separate from this specific project, Ken Sandblast is heading up the WLG design standards effort. The outcome of that effort will go before the Planning Commission/City Council at a future date and would apply to future development of this property. 2. Tonight's Meeting (Frank Angelo, APG): Frank Angelo discussed agenda for the evening's meeting. He noted that no development is proposed at this time. 3. Project Background (Frank Angelo, APG): Frank discussed the background on the proposed code and zoning amendments, existing site, surrounding uses, and reasoning for the proposed changes. His presentation followed the slides in the attached PowerPoint. Boones Ferry Road Zone/Code Amendment Neighborhood Meeting(May 4,2021)-Summary Notes 2 of 7 4. Development Study (Ralph): Ralph reviewed the development study. His team was asked to respond to existing code requirements of the WLG Design District (WLG). Ralph has handled the architecture for a number of projects in the area. His firm designed the Bank of the West Building, which is in the West Lake Grove Design District (WLG-DD), and has designed affordable housing projects. He understands the balance that needs to be found between design requirements and affordable housing. The goal of the development study was to estimate the site's capacity for housing and to verify that an affordable housing project could be developed in the future on the site. The study specifically addressed required parking, access, and building and site design requirements of the WLG Design District. 5. Next Steps (Frank Angelo, APG): Frank explained that the application will be submitted on May 10th, with notice to DLCD on that day. The Planning Commission will review the application in June and make a recommendation to the City Council. The decision will be made by the City Council. The meeting was opened up for questions and comments. Questions /Answers Q: Why is WLG-RMU or another multifamily residential zone used instead of changing to OC and expanding to allow a multifamily use? WLG-RMU would require that the housing be a part of a commercial building/use on the site, and WLG-R-2.5 is strictly for townhomes. The R-0 zone would be taller and does not currently exist within WLG design district. Intent is to maintain integrity of WLG DD and use zones that already exist within the District. Q: Is affordable housing limited by Metro guidelines in cost per square foot? There are metrics for the Metro Housing Bond and Clackamas County based on AMI and goals for producing for affordable housing. Q: Why can't we put parking under the structures? Typically, with below-market rate housing there is a financing gap. That's where the developer will seek capital to offset a project like this. Naturally, the developer and the agencies are looking for a development program that will be affordable while still meeting code and financing requirements. Moving parking underground would be cost prohibitive without increasing building height and allowing more density. Q: What is the landscape percentage in this development? A 40% landscape and open space requirement was applied to the site. Q: Does the City think they will need to apply for a variance on to the building height requirement? Boones Ferry Road Zone/Code Amendment Neighborhood Meeting(May 4,2021)-Summary Notes 3 of 7 The direction from City Council was that we were supposed to work within current standards regarding the number of stories, density, landscaping, etc. That being said, the WLG standards are currently being examined for consistency and more contemporary building standards that are more sustainable and economical. The point of the study is to ensure that there are design options that are feasible that still meet the goals of the District. The study showed that there are ways to develop approximately 50 multifamily units on the property under existing development standards. Q: Is the maximum 5,000 sq ft building footprint going to be met? The study applied 5,000 square feet as a guide but it is not a requirement of the WLG-OC zone. Q: In the City of Lake Oswego, there's a desire to make more affordable housing. Was this site chosen for affordable housing because the City owns it? Zone changes are a high bar to reach, the City doesn't go about doing that lightly. If this project doesn't go through because all the players involved decide it doesn't meet the criteria, would it be open up for other buyers? The proposal is to allow multifamily in WLG-OC zone. The City Council agreement with Clackamas County and Metro is to explore affordable housing options on this site. The City Council didn't want to allow multifamily housing only, because they did not want zoning exclusive to affordable housing. The City proposal leaves WLG-OC options open by adding rather than restricting opportunities. The Planning Commission will review this as a quasi-judicial application. The City must demonstrate need for the change in zoning. However, since the proposed amendments are not removing any uses from the zone, only adding uses (multifamily residential), the City will demonstrate a need for land zoned to meet the housing needs of lower income households Comment: West Lake Grove was designed as a transitional area to the more dense WLG Village Center. It resists the urge to have more dense development outside of Lake Grove Village Center. Why do we need a rezoning when we have multifamily zoning all around the Village Center?The WLG was to have more activated corners in the intersections. Not sure how the use works with this corner—concerned about vision for WLG. Q: Regarding the process, where will the code amendment and the zone change apply? The zoning proposal is limited to the six lots that comprise the Boones Ferry Road staging site. The process for the solicitation for proposals would be in the future. Q: Does the City have control over having an actual affordable housing project with the three- party agreement? The end product might not be what they're intending--is there a way to create a zone change that is restrictive to this end product? Can you do that for Code Amendments process? We will take this approach under consideration. Q: I am concerned about traffic down the street- West Sunset is not very wide. Boones Ferry Road Zone/Code Amendment Neighborhood Meeting(May 4,2021)-Summary Notes 4 of 7 A traffic analysis will have been submitted as part of the zone change and code amendments to show compliance with Transportation Planning Rule (TPR). This traffic analysis compares the existing zoning trip generation vs proposed zoning, looking at the worst-case scenario. There does not look to be much of a difference between impacts with this proposal. In addition, traffic impacts are looked at during the Development Review process, which would require an impact analysis and street frontage improvements. Q: Regarding the above questions—does the analysis look at the time that trips are generated?There is not a lot of activity at night.This would change the traffic pattern at night. The analysis looks at overall daily trips and the AM and PM peak hours. Q: I'm concerned about the number of children on the site. It's not a great area for walking. The site is not currently developed. Any development of the property would require completing the streets with sidewalks. The site would meet open space requirements for the property. In the request for development proposals, the City can specify that developers show they would address these requirements and assess the needs of the neighborhood. The goal is to have families on the site. Q: Are there trees on site? All development standards that would apply to a development would apply, including protecting and preserving trees. Q: What about the little WLG-2.5 spot (north of the site)? The Lake Forest Neighborhood plan is for higher density to be on arterial streets. That's why the City didn't look at these properties for rezoning. The properties to the south of Boones Ferry Road do not have the traffic circulation to efficiently serve additional residential uses with rezoning. The proposed site can be accessed from Boones Ferry Road and West Sunset without going into the rest of the neighborhood. Q: Please confirm that the proposal is two-fold: (1) Fix the split zoned land and (2) allow multifamily uses on this property only? Yes. Whoever owned this property would likely need to have it rezoned, because it would be very difficult to develop this land as it is currently split zoned. Q: Regarding buffering-- Is this applied between uses? The direction on the Code is to place buildings at or near the street at the corner of West Sunset Drive and Boones Ferry Road. Future development on the site, in whatever form, will need to address the buffering requirements. Q: Does the MOU with Metro and the Housing Authority of Clackamas County require that there's a development study submitted? Boones Ferry Road Zone/Code Amendment Neighborhood Meeting(May 4,2021)-Summary Notes 5 of 7 The MOU only provides timeline that the City initiates a Zone Change application. The reason for the study is that the MOU with Metro and Clackamas County says that the site would need to accommodate at least 50 units. The study was done to confirm that this is feasible. Q: What are the requirements for ADA parking? 1 per 50 units--with 52 units, a minimum of 2 is required. Q: Will there be guest parking? City Code is that at least 25% of parking spaces must be for guests. This means the units cannot be reserved. Q: Would other residents have reserved parking? The City would be able to answer this based on development proposals. Comment: I don't want overflow parking out into neighborhood. City can specify parking requirements in the REP. Q: (Asking Business Association) Are there any ideas of proposed changes to WLG code that might impact this site? It depends on if whatever is proposed gets adopted and when. The LGBA's effort is to look at building materials for sustainability and streetscape materials between districts. The LGBA is not looking at massing, heights, etc. Q: If the zone change happens and the site gets put on market, will it get developed into commercial? The site could still develop with any of the uses allowed in the WLG Office Commercial zone if the housing opportunity does not materialize. Q: Will there be access and egress on Boones Ferry Road and Sunset? The study shows both, as a response to WLG requirements. Q: What is the access spacing on BFR? This would require a discussion with the City Engineer. Q: Are there parking lot easements? Cross easements might be required to the adjoining property, similar to other properties in the area. The City Engineer would review any development application for access. The western property line has trees, and a future development may need to modify parking to save specific trees. The City code has flexibility in landscaping and parking to reflect tree protection. The meeting adjourned at 8:45 pm. Boones Ferry Road Zone/Code Amendment Neighborhood Meeting(May 4,2021)-Summary Notes 6 of 7 Attachments: Sign-in Sheet Presentation Mailed Meeting Notice to Surrounding Property Owners Boones Ferry Road Zone/Code Amendment Neighborhood Meeting(May 4,2021)-Summary Notes 7 of 7 Sign-In Sheet Project Team Scot Siegel, City of Lake Oswego Frank Angelo, Angelo Planning Group Courtney Simms, Angelo Planning Group Ralph Tahran, Tahran Architecture and Planning, LLC Attendees Ginger McDowell Co-Chair, Lake Forest NA, 16661 Lake Forest Blvd, 503-803- 2137 Ifna@googlegroups.com Dan Anderson, Lake Grove NA Chair, 4900 Upper Dr, 858-598-4841 Igna@drvdoe.com Cheryl Uchida, Chair Waluga NA, 15190 Quarry Rd., 503-635-4131, uchida.chervl@gmail.com Ken Sandblast, President, Lake Grove Business Association, 503-974- 6740, KSandblast@westlakeconsultants.com Carolyn Krebs, Lake Forest NA, Board Member, cmkrebsnw@msn.com Jeff LeVee, Lake Forest NA, Board Member, ieffilevee@gmail.com Mike Buck, Lake Grove NA Board / LGBA Board; 3155 Edgemont Rd m.bucks@comcast.net Jamie Howsley, C/O Jordan Ramis, 2 Centerpointe Drive, Suite 600 360-281-1123 iamie.howslev@iordanramis.com Timothy Breedlove, COO, Renaissance Development, 16771 Boones Ferry 503-572-3060, tbreedlove@renaissance-homes.com Jesse Wychules, 5287 W Sunset Drive, 541-390-0435 ,wvchules@gmail.com Emmy Spenlinhauer, emmv.spenlinhauer@gmail.com Helen Trickey Bradley, 5211 W Sunset Drive, Hat2trick@comcast.net Boones Ferry Road / West Sunset Drive Zoning Map Amendments Neighborhood Meeting Tuesday, May 4, 2021 IF . °?EGG - Agenda ❑ Welcome Scot Siegel ❑ Proposed Amendments Frank Angelo ❑ Development Site Study Ralph Tahran ❑ Questions & Answers All In f os,,, 0 C: EGT' Site Locati1 . I . ,. . on . • . z 0 Site + 1 : ,1-K> 4 ` =7 City Limits �� r a - Streets s ....,,,•#4/ / . i • _ ,......1... _VEST sotmET.DR'� ..1, . . poi:," et.roi.. 1•t iiii -. 1..s 10,06 /- it* y, I ac. 0 . ',�. . Background ❑ The Lake Oswego Redevelopment Agency purchased the property in 2018 for construction staging for the Boones Ferry Road Project. ❑ Once the Boones Ferry Road Phase 1 Improvement Project is complete (est. December 2021 ), the City intends to sell the property. ❑ On March 16, 2021 , the City Council adopted Resolution 21 -05, authorizing an agreement with Metro and the Housing Authority of Clackamas County to explore options for adding housing to the site. ❑ The action will allow for future housing development on the 1 .38 acres Boones Ferry Road Construction Staging site. � vow '. EGo Housing Need ❑ City's 2013 Housing Needs Analysis indicates a need for housing that is affordable for lower-income households and young families with children. ❑ Goal is to provide opportunities for housing diversity for these families. ❑ There has been no new low-income housing units created in the City for over ten (10) years. ❑ Affordable for low-income households - defined as households earning 80% or less of Area Median Income (AMI) in Clackamas County and Lake Oswego. ❑ According to HACC, 80% AMI for the Portland area calculates to $73,700 for a family of 4 (2020), which is the starting pay for a Lake Oswego firefighter; or the earnings of a household with an entry-level teacher in Lake Oswego Schools and a partner earning minimum wage. oek_) I'. '. EGo CitySupport for Affordable Housing ❑ Since 2016, the Lake Oswego City Council has prioritized the creation of multifamily affordable housing by: o Amending its Development Code to streamline permitting for housing o Adopting financial incentives such as system development charge and fee waivers for accessory dwellings and eligible multifamily projects. D In 2019, the Council established a goal of realizing a Metro Housing Bond funded project in Lake Oswego ❑ In 2020, the Council established the following Goal/Initiative for this site: "Begin work to construct at least one new affordable housing project by rezoning the Boones Ferry Road staging area to allow for an affordable housing development. " view '. EGo Proposed Amendments In order to permit residential uses on the site, the following actions must occur: ❑ Code Amendments to allow residential uses in the WLG-OC zone, because they are not currently allowed in WLG-OC ❑ Zone Change / Comprehensive Plan Map Amendment to unify the site in the WLG-OC zone 411 '. E Go Zoning Ordinance Text Amendments 50.03.002 - Use Table • Permit multifamily residential within the WLG-OC Zone, limited to the Boones Ferry Site 50.03.003.2 — Use-Specific Standards: Residential Uses in Commercial and Special Purpose Zones • Permit multifamily residential within the WLG-OC Zone, limited to the Boones Ferry Site 50.05.005.6.a - Design Standards for the Office Commercial (WLG-OC) Zone • Change the Purpose Statement of the Design Standards to include limited 04.1k1 .k. residential uses, similar to OC zoning elsewhere in the City. '. EGo itilI Zone Change / Comprehensive Plan Map Amendment Zone Change / Comprehensive Plan Map Amendment - West Lake Grove (WLG) District: ❑ WLG-OC = 1 . 13 acres — no change in zoning ❑ WLG-R 2.5 = 0. 15 acres — change to WLG-OC ❑ WLG-RMU = 0. 10 acres — change to WLG-OC In f 1 Air C:gEGW' II ExistingZoningMap 1 1 Lake Oswego Zoning R-7_5 LJH -- WLG CC uW3 WLG R-2.5 - - - _ WIG RMU 1 Clackamas Co. Zoning SFR '0' I'C. o: r N oREGot Proposed ZoningMap I Lake Oswego I Zoning R-7_5 ®WLGOC �' � WLI R 2.5 WLG RMU -10p Clackamas Co. 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E Go Next Steps ❑ May: File application for proposed Zone Changes and Code Amendments ❑ May / June: City Review ❑ June / July: Planning Commission Hearing and City Council Hearing ❑ TBD: Development proposals ❑ TBD: Development review ❑ TBD: Transfer of property vik 4.2 '. EGo Questions / Comments Scot Siegel, FAICP, LEED-AP Planning & Building Services Director City of Lake Oswego PO Box 369 Lake Oswego, OR 97034 503.699.7474 ssiegel@ci.oswego.or.us oer4„, �. 0 EGo Otis E �s� PLANNING AND BUILDING SERVICES V —w OREGO� April 12, 2021 Neighborhood Review Meeting: Comprehensive Plan/Zone Map Change and Code Amendment Dear Property Owner, The City of Lake Oswego is initiating changes to its Comprehensive Plan Map, Zoning Map, and Community Development Code for the six properties that it owns at the southwest corner of Boones Ferry Road and SW Sunset Road. (See attached Vicinity Map)You are invited to attend a Virtual Neighborhood Meeting to learn more about the proposal and provide input on: May 4, 2021 at 7:00 PM. The property is currently being used as a staging area for the Boones Ferry Road construction project. The purpose of the proposed changes is to allow for development of housing on the site after the road project is complete, specifically to help meet the needs of low income individuals and families in our area. No development is planned at this time.Any future development of the site would not begin until after the road project is complete and permits are approved through the City's development review process.The property is 1.4 acre is size, and it is located in the West Lake Grove Design District (WLG) and the Lake Forest Neighborhood Association. The property is currently zoned a combination of WLG-OC (Office Commercial), WLG-R2.5 (Townhomes), and WLG-RMU (Residential Mixed Use). In order to provide consistent zoning and development standards, the City will be proposing to rezone the portions of the site that are currently designated WLG-R2.5 and WLG-RMU to WLG-OC, as this is the predominate zone currently. Additionally,the City will be proposing an amendment to the Development Code to allow multifamily dwellings in the WLG-OC zone, specific to this site (not elsewhere).We believe this approach is preferable to trying to develop under three different zones or changing to another zoning classification that is not part of the West Lake Grove Design District. The Planning Commission will review the application in a public hearing (quasi-judicial procedure) and the Commission will make a recommendation to the City Council who will make the final decision. We anticipate public hearings beginning in June and concluding by September. We would like to take the opportunity to discuss the proposal in more detail with you at a Neighborhood Meeting. In addition to the Lake Forest Neighborhood Association (NA) and all property owners within 300 feet of the site, we are notifying the Lake Grove NA, Waluga NA, and Lake Grove Business Association of this meeting.The purpose of the VIRTUAL meeting is to provide a forum for the applicant (City) and surrounding property owners/residents to review and have input on the proposal before it is finalized and submitted to the Planning Commission.This meeting gives you the opportunity to share any special information you know about the property. Please note this meeting will be an informational meeting on the Comprehensive Plan/Zone Map Change and Code Amendment application only. No development is planned at this time. However, we are following the same process that the Code requires for neighborhood meetings on development applications. Because of the 503-635-0290 380 A AVENUE PO Box 369 LAKE OSWEGO, OR 97034 WWW.LAKEOSWEGO.CITY Page 2 current COVID-19 situation, the City has prepared Guidance for conducting Neighborhood Meetings remotely. This Guidance allows the Neighborhood Meeting to be conducted as a Virtual Meeting.Therefore,this meeting will be held virtually via Zoom.To join the meeting by phone or computer use the information below. May 4,2021,7:00 p.m. Via Zoom: https://zoom.us/i/91953829208?pwd=Q1oxMiNGZmN1WWRQODdtbkdJZ091QT09 Meeting ID: 919 5382 9208 Passcode: 931600 Call-in by Phone: +1 669-900-9128 Zoom Administrator: Courtney Simms,Angelo Planning Group, 805-535-0124, csimms@angeloplanning.com, for assistance in logging on. (Consultants with Angelo Planning Group are assisting with the process and will be hosting the meeting.) This link is also available on the City of Lake Oswego Online Neighborhood Meetings web page, httrs://www.ci.oswego.or.us/planning/online-neighborhood-meetings-land-use-applications. Questions and comments can be sent to me beforehand via email, mail, or phone. I look forward to more specifically discussing the proposal with you. I am available at 503.699.7474 or ssiegel@ci.oswego.or.us if you have questions. Sincerely, scot sieLge4 Scot Siegel, Director Planning and Building Services Cc: Frank Angelo and Courtney Simms,Angelo Planning Group Boones Ferr Zone Change - Vicinit Map _% . . t \. .„ V 4� 1 • f41P 'hi cP IA Itl'.41.4t— ihke# - - 11 WEST SUNSET DR' , '� ,. • _ I i. MS •�•, r• •• i - i l,. ot 41•111111116, ufts 41., Ilk. 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