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1-Notice-Legislative PCPH 04-11-2022 w-Attah LU 22-0007 v. E os e n NOTICE OF LEGISLATIVE PUBLIC HEARING V o BEFORE THE PLANNING COMMISSION (LOC 50.07.003.16.d.iii) OREGO� Hearing Date,Time,and Location: Monday,April 11,2022; 6:30 PM Instructions on how to participate online or by phone using Zoom are attached—you must register by noon the day of the hearing to participate electronically. Applicant: City of Lake Oswego, 380 A Avenue, Lake Oswego,OR 97034 Location of Property: Citywide File Number: LU 22-0007(Ordinance 2892) Nature of Proposal and Use or Uses Which Could be Authorized: An ordinance amending Chapter 50(Community Development Code)of the Lake Oswego Code to clarify existing standards and make other code maintenance amendments. Explanation of Proposal: The purpose of the proposed code amendments is to comply with the minimum compliance provisions of Division 46 by allowing middle housing in all areas where detached single-family dwellings are currently allowed. The proposed amendments include: GENERAL Code amendments(LOC Chapters 50.01,50.03,50.07,50.08,50.10) ITEM TITLE CODE SECTION(S) 1. Add middle housing development in the purpose statements located within the following sections: 1. R-7.5, R-10, R-15(Residential High Density)Zones; LOC 50.02.001.a 2. R-5, R-6, R-DD(Residential Medium Density)Zones; LOC 50.02.001.b 3. R-0, [R-2], R-3, R-W(Residential High-Density)Zones. LOC 50.02.001.c 2. Allow for the development of middle housing types in applicable residential Table 50.03.002-1 districts within the Residential Districts Use Table,to align with state minimum compliance requirements. 3. Remove the reference to"single-family zones" and clarify that the conditional LOC 50.03.003.4.i(3) use standards for group and institutional housing will apply to all zones where the uses are allowed. 4. Remove the reference to"single-family zones" and clarify that the use-specific LOC 50.03.003.5.h.i standards for public,institutional,and civic uses will apply to all zones where the uses are allowed. 5. Add a definition of"cottage cluster",to align with state minimum compliance LOC 50.10.003.2 requirements. 6. Specify that cottage clusters are subject to a minimum of five and a maximum LOC 50.10.003.2 of eight dwelling units,consistent with state minimum compliance requirements. 7. Add a definition for"common courtyard"for cottage cluster developments. LOC 50.10.003.2 8. Modify the definition of"duplex"to align with state minimum compliance LOC 50.10.003.2 requirements. (Maintains existing requirement that duplexes are two attached dwellings.) 9. Remove the existing definition of"dwelling,attached townhouse"and refer instead to the new"townhouse"and "townhouse project" definitions within the following sections: 1. Residential Districts Use Table Table 50.03.002-1 2. Definition of Terms LOC 50.10.003.2 Public Hearing Notice(LU 22-0007) Page 1 of 8 GENERAL Code amendments(LOC Chapters 50.01,50.03,50.07,50.08,50.10) ITEM TITLE CODE SECTION(S) 10. _ Add a definition for"dwelling,cottage cluster". LOC 50.10.003.2 11. Revise the definition of"dwelling,multi-family"to be for developments of five LOC 50.10.003.2 or more attached dwelling units on a lot,to distinguish from middle housing. 12. Remove the existing definition and other code references to"dwelling,zero lot line",and refer instead to the new"townhouse"and "townhouse project" definitions,within the following sections: 1. Residential Districts Use Table; Table 50.03.002-1 2. Ministerial Development Classification; LOC 50.07.003.13.a 3. Definition of Terms. LOC 50.10.003.2 13. Add a definition for"cottage cluster dwelling footprint"to align with state LOC 50.10.003.2 minimum compliance requirements. 14. Add a definition for"middle housing"to align with state minimum compliance LOC 50.10.003.2 requirements. 15. Add a definition for"quadplex"to align with state minimum compliance LOC 50.10.003.2 requirements. 16. Add a new definition of"townhouse"to replace existing definition of LOC 50.10.003.2 "attached townhome dwelling", in alignment with state minimum compliance requirements. 17. Add a definition for"townhouse project"to align with state minimum LOC 50.10.003.2 compliance requirements, and to allow townhouse standards to be applied to the entire site prior to a land division. 18. Add a definition for"triplex"to align with state minimum compliance LOC 50.10.003.2 requirements. 19. Modify minor variance standards to apply to single-family residences and LOC 50.08.002.2.a; 50.08.002.2.b; middle housing equally,consistent with state minimum compliance 50.08.002.2.d; 50.08.002.2.g requirements. 20. Modify design variance standards in the R-DD Zone to apply to single-family LOC 50.08.003.2.a residences and middle housing equally,consistent with state minimum compliance requirements. DESIGN&DIMENSIONAL STANDARD Code amendments(LOC Chapters 50.01,50.04,50.06) ITEM TITLE CODE SECTION(S) 1. Add or reference design standards for cottage clusters from the DLCD Model Code within the following sections: 1. Residential Districts Use Table;and Table 50.03.002-1 2. Use-specific standards for cottage clusters. LOC 50.03.003.1.d 2. Exempt duplexes,triplexes,quadplexes, and cottage clusters from maximum density standards,and clarify that the maximum density for townhouse projects is four dwelling units per lot,for lots that comply with minimum lot area standards for townhouse projects,within the following sections: 1. Residential Low-Density Zones Dimensions Table; Table 50.04.001-1 2. Residential Medium-Density Dimensions Table;and Table 50.04.001-3 3. Residential High-Density Dimensions Table. Table 50.04.001-11 3. Specify the minimum lot dimensions for all middle housing types within the following sections.to align with state minimum compliance requirements: 1. Residential Low-Density Zones Dimensions Table; Table 50.04.001-1 2. Residential Medium-Density Dimensions Table;and Table 50.04.001-3 3. Residential High-Density Dimensions Table. Table 50.04.001-11 Public Hearing Notice(LU 22-0007) Page 2 of 8 DESIGN&DIMENSIONAL STANDARD Code amendments(LOC Chapters 50.01,50.04,50.06) ITEM TITLE CODE SECTION(S) 4. Remove density limitations related to minimum lot dimension standards that apply on a per-dwelling basis from the following sections,to align with state minimum compliance requirements: 1. Residential Low Density Zones-Purpose; LOC 50.01.001.1.b 2. R-5 Zone-Purpose; LOC 50.01.001.2.b.i 3. Residential High-Density Zones-Purpose; LOC 50.01.001.3.b 4. Residential Low-Density Zones Dimensions Table; Table 50.04.001-1 5. Residential Medium-Density Zones Dimensions Table; Table 50.04.001-3 6. Residential High-Density Zones Dimensions Table. Table 50.04.001-11 5. Apply height exceptions for wider setbacks equally to detached single-family dwellings and middle housing to align with state minimum compliance requirements,within the following sections: 1. Residential Low-Density Zones Dimensions Table; Table 50.04.001-1 2. Additional Height Standards for Low-Density Residential Zones; LOC 50.04.001.1.g.i 3. Additional Height Standards in the R-5 Zone; LOC 50.04.001.2.g.i(4) 4. Additional Height Standards in the R-DD Zone; LOC 50.04.001.2.g.iv(2) 5. Additional Height Standards for Residential High-Density Zones. LOC 50.04.001.3.f.iv(1) 6. Add minimum setback standards for cottage clusters and clarify minimum setback standards for other middle housing types to align with state minimum compliance requirements within the following sections: 1. Residential Low-Density Zones Dimensions Table; Table 50.04.001-1 2. R-5 Yard Setback Standards; LOC 50.04.001.2.e.i(1) 3. R-6 Zone Minimum Yard Setbacks Table; Table 50.04.001-5 4. R-DD Zone Yard Setback Standards; LOC 50.04.001.2.e.iii(3) 5. Residential High-Density Zones Dimensions Table; Table 50.04.001-11 6. R-2 Yard Setbacks Table. Table 50.04.001-13 7. Exempt cottage clusters from maximum floor area standards,to align with state minimum compliance requirements,within the following sections: 1. Residential Low-Density Zones Dimensions Table; Table 50.04.001-1 2. Residential Medium-Density Zones Dimensions Table; Table 50.04.001-3 3. Residential High-Density Zones Dimensions Table. Table 50.04.001-11 8. Add maximum average floor area standards for individual units within a cottage cluster as follows: 1. 1,200 square feet per unit in the R-10 and R-15 Zones; LOC 50.04.001.1.d 2. 1,000 square feet per unit in the R-7.5 Zone; LOC 50.04.001.1.d 3. 1,000 square feet per unit in the R-6, R-5 and R-DD Zones; LOC 50.04.001.2.d.iv 4. 1,000 square feet per unit in the R-0, R-2 and R-3 Zones. LOC 50.04.001.3.c.iii 9. Add building separation standards for cottage clusters,to align with state minimum compliance requirements,within the following sections: 1. Additional Yard Setback Standards for Residential Low-Density LOC 50.04.001.1.e Zones; 2. Additional Yard Setback Standards for Residential Medium- LOC 50.04.001.2.e.iv Density Zones;and 3. Additional Yard Setback Standards for Residential High-Density LOC 50.04.001.3.e.v Zones. Public Hearing Notice(LU 22-0007) Page 3 of 8 DESIGN&DIMENSIONAL STANDARD Code amendments(LOC Chapters 50.01,50.04,50.06) ITEM TITLE CODE SECTION(S) 10. Apply maximum floor area standards for townhouses to the entire site as allowed by state middle housing requirements, rather than individual townhouse lots, by referencing the term "townhouse project"within the following sections: 1. Residential Low-Density Zones Dimensions Table; Table 50.04.001-1 2. Additional Floor Area Standards for Residential Low-Density LOC 50.04.001.1.d Districts; 3. Residential Medium-Density Dimensions Table; Table 50.04.001-3 4. Residential High-Density Dimensions Table;and Table 50.04.001-11 5. Additional Lot Area and Floor Area Standards for Residential LOC 50.04.001.3.c.iv High-Density Zones. 11. Apply standards for setbacks on steeply sloped lots equally to detached single-family and middle housing dwellings,to align with state minimum compliance requirements,within the following sections: 1. Additional Yard Setback standards for Residential Low-Density Zones; LOC 50.04.001.1.e.iii 2. Additional Yard Setback standards for Residential Medium-Density LOC 50.04.001.2.e.iv Zones; 3. Additional Yard Setback standards for Residential High-Density Zones. LOC 50.04.001.3.e.iv 12. Clarify maximum lot coverage standards for duplexes,triplexes,quadplexes, and townhouse projects,and exempt cottage clusters from maximum lot coverage standards,to align with state minimum compliance requirements, in the following sections: 1. Maximum Lot Coverage standards for Residential Low-Density LOC 50.04.001.1.f.i Zones; 2. R-5 Lot Coverage Standards; LOC 50.04.001.2.f.i 3. R-6 Lot Coverage/Impervious Surfaces Standards; LOC 50.04.001.2.f.ii 4. R-DD Maximum Lot Coverage Table; Table 50.04.001-9 5. R-DD Lot Coverage Standards; LOC 50.04.001.2.f.iii(4) 6. R-2 Lot Coverage Table;and Table 50.04.001-12 7. R-0, R-2,and R-3 Zone Exemptions. LOC 50.04.001.3.d.ii(3); 50.04.001.3.d.ii(4) 13. Clarify maximum impervious surface standards for duplexes,triplexes, LOC 50.04.001.2.f.iii(2) quadplexes,and townhouse projects in the R-DD Lot Coverage Standards. 14. Clarify which maximum impervious surface standards apply to cottage LOC 50.04.001.2.f.iii(3) clusters by cross-referencing the use-specific standards for cottage clusters within the R-DD Lot Coverage Standards. 15. Increase the maximum height from the Oswego Lake Surface elevation from 24 ft.to 25 ft.within the following sections to comply with state minimum requirements: 1. Residential High-Density Dimensions Table;and Table 50.04.001-11 2. Height Measurement for R-W Zoned Lots figure. Figure 50.04.001-11[5] 16. Eliminate references to single-family zones in the solar adjustments standards LOC 50.04.004.b related to off-site shade,consistent with state minimum compliance requirements. _ 17. Apply general building design standards to middle housing in all applicable zones,to align with state minimum compliance requirements,within the following sections: 1. Building Design Standards Applicability Table; and Table 50.06.001-1; 2. Applicability standards for Structure Design—Residential Zones. LOC 50.06.001.2.a.i Public Hearing Notice(LU 22-0007) Page 4 of 8 18. Clarify that internal remodels and conversions of existing single-family LOC 50.06.001.2.a dwellings that result in the creation of middle housing are exempted from general building design standards,to align with state minimum compliance requirements. (Building design standards would apply to portions of dwellings that are expanded or additions.) 19. Clarify that the following standards apply equally to detached single-family and middle housing dwellings,to align with state minimum compliance requirements: 1. Roof Design standards in the R-6 Zone; LOC 50.06.001.3.a.i 2. On-Site Circulation—Bikeways,Walkway,and Accessways; LOC 50.06.003.3.a 3. Street Connectivity; LOC 50.06.003.4.a.iii 4. Transit System; LOC 50.06.003.5.a 5. Site Design-Standards for Installation and Construction; LOC 50.06.004.1.c.iii 6. Solar Access; LOC 50.06.007.1.b 7. Definition of Floor Area. LOC 50.10.003.2 20. Modify front porch design standards in the R-6 Zone to not scale by the LOC 50.06.001.3.b number of dwelling units,to align with state minimum compliance requirements. 21. Clarify that alley surfacing standards in the R-6 Zone apply equally to single- LOC 50.06.001.3.c family dwellings and duplexes, and that other middle housing types are handled differently for the purposes of this standard,to align with state minimum compliance requirements. 22. Clarify that the following standards apply equally to detached single-family and middle housing dwellings,to align with state minimum compliance requirements, in applicable zones: 1. Garage appearance and location standards; LOC 50.06.001.4.a.i 2. Driveway width limitations; LOC 50.06.003.2.b.i(5)(a); 50.06.003.2.b.i(5)(b) 3. Driveway grade standards. LOC 50.06.003.2.b.iii(1); 50.06.003.2.b.iii(3) 23. Modify the following garage standards to scale based on the width of the garage relative to the facade: 1. Garage setback standards; LOC 50.06.001.4.a.iv(1) 2. Garage width standards; LOC 50.06.001.4.a.iv(2) 3. Garage appearance standards; LOC 50.06.001.4.a.iv(3) 4. Garage window standards; LOC 50.06.001.4.a.iii 5. Garage location standards in the R-6 Zone; LOC 50.06.001.4.b.ii(2) 6. Garage window standards in the R-6 Zone; LOC 50.06.001.4.b.iii 7. Garage setback standards in the R-6 Zone;and LOC 50.06.001.4.b.iv 8. Garage appearance standards in the R-6 Zone. LOC 50.06.001.4.b.v 24. Apply garage appearance and location standards to parcels of less than 50 feet LOC 50.06.001.4.a.iii in width. 25. Modify general off-street parking requirements to permit one space per unit Table 50.06.002-3 for middle housing,to align with state minimum compliance requirements. 26. Modify parking dimension standards to apply equally to single-family and LOC 50.06.002.2.a.vi(2) middle housing,to align with state minimum compliance requirements. 27. Specify that on-lane parking spaces located on an access lane may be used to LOC 50.06.003.1.d.iii meet minimum parking requirements for middle housing on flag lots served by the access lane,to align with state minimum compliance requirements. 28. Limit the width of driveways on lots less than 50 ft.in width to no wider than LOC 50.06.003.2.b.i(5)(d) the associated garage opening. 29. Apply the exception from the hard pavement requirement for driveways LOC 50.06.003.2.c.vi(2) equally to duplexes and single-family residences,to align with state minimum compliance requirements. Public Hearing Notice(LU 22-0007) Page 5 of 8 30. Specify that access lanes are permitted to serve two to three lots,consistent with other definitions of"access lane" in the code, and remove the existing limitation on the number of dwelling units that can be served by an access lane,to align with state minimum compliance requirements,within the following sections: 1. Standards for Access Lanes; and LOC 50.06.003.1.d.ii 2. Standards for Approval of Development Which Requires the LOC 50.06.003.4.c.v Construction of a Street. _ 31. Specify that duplexes may be permitted on flag lots served by an access lane, LOC 50.06.003.1.d.ii but not other middle housing types,to align with state minimum compliance requirements. 32. Limit the density of townhouse projects to four attached townhouse units per LOC 50.03.003.1.e townhouse project within a new Use-Specific Standards for Townhouse Projects section. 33. Clarify that the garage wall facing street standard does not apply to garage LOC 50.06.001.4.a.ii walls containing the garage opening,as these are now addressed within the new garage appearance and location standards. OVERLAY DISTRICT CODE AMENDMENTS(LOC Chapter 50.05) ITEM TITLE CODE SECTION(S) 1. Exempt middle housing created through conversions or additions to a single- LOC 50.05.001.5a.ii family dwelling in the Glenmorrie R-15 Overlay from the requirement to submit a Plantings and Buffering plan, in order to treat single-family and middle housing equally, as required for state minimum compliance. 2. Clarify that the Downtown Redevelopment Design(DRD) District Clear and LOC 50.05.004.13.b Objective Standards may be applied equally to any new dwelling—including detached single-family dwellings and middle housing,to align with state minimum compliance requirements. 3. Clarify that the following design standards within the Old Town Neighborhood Design(R-DD)Overlay District apply equally to both detached single-family and middle housing dwellings,to align with state minimum compliance requirements: 1. Window standards for the Early 1900 Vernacular Style; LOC 50.05.006.4.b.i(2)(f)(iii) 2. Front Entry standards for the Early 1900 Vernacular Style; LOC 50.05.006.4.b.i(2)(h) 3. Massing/Composition standards for the Cape Cod Style; LOC 50.05.006.4.b.ii(2)(b) 4. Window standards for the Cape Cod Style; LOC 50.05.006.4.b.ii(2)(f)(ii) 5. Building Height standards for the Craftsman Style; LOC 50.05.006.4.b.iii(2)(a) 6. Massing/Composition standards for the Craftsman Style; LOC 50.05.006.4.b.iii(2)(b) 7. Front Entry standards for the Craftsman Style;and LOC 50.05.006.4.b.iii(2)(h) 8. Required design elements for the Craftsman Style. LOC 50.05.006.4.b.iii(2)(j) 4. Modify the following standards within the Old Town Overlay to no longer scale by the number of dwelling units,to align with state minimum compliance requirements: 1. Front Entry standards for the Early 1900 Vernacular Style;and LOC 50.05.006.4.b.i(2)(h) 2. Front Entry standards for the Craftsman Style. LOC 50.05.006.4.b.iii(2)(h) 5. Clarify that the design standards specific to multi-family dwellings in the Old LOC 50.05.006.9;50.05.006.9.a; Town Overlay are not applicable to middle housing,to align with state 50.05.006.9.b; minimum compliance requirements. 6. Clarify that design standards apply to both detached single-family and middle LOC 50.05.007.3.c.i(1); housing dwellings equally in the Lake Grove Village Center Overlay(LGVCO). 50.05.007.3.c.ii(5) Public Hearing Notice(LU 22-0007) Page 6 of 8 7. Exempt remodels,conversions,or additions to detached single-family LOC 50.05.007.3.c.ii(6) dwellings that create middle housing from the Remodeled Buildings, Building Expansion, and Site Improvements standards in the LGVCO, as required for state minimum compliance. 8. Limit the applicability of density transfer provisions in the Sensitive Lands LOC 50.05.010.4.c.iii Overlay to single-family dwellings and duplexes. 9. Modify the bonding period standards for the Sensitive Lands Overlay District LOC 50.05.010.4.g.ix(4) to apply equally to both detached single-family and middle housing dwellings. 10. Allow for duplex development within the Resource Protection (RP)District, LOC 50.05.010.6.a.iii but not other middle housing types. 11. Allow for duplex development on sites otherwise encumbered by an RP LOC 50.05.010.6.d.i District, but not other middle housing types. REVIEW PROCEDURE CODE AMENDMENTS(LOC Chapters 50.06&50.07) ITEM TITLE CODE SECTIONS) 1. Specify that middle housing development will be a ministerial decision,to align with state minimum compliance requirements,within the following sections: 1. Building Design Standards Applicability Table; Table 50.06.001-1; 2. Ministerial Development Classification;and LOC 50.07.003.13.a.ii(1); 50.07.003.13.a.ii(3); 3. Review Criteria for Ministerial Development. LOC 50.07.003.13.e.ii(8) 2. Clarify that duplexes,triplexes,fourplexes,and townhomes(middle housing) where allowed in the following districts are not classified as ministerial development: 1. Commercial, Industrial, and Mixed Use Districts;and LOC 50.07.003.13.a.ii(2)(h) 2. Special Purpose Districts. LOC 50.07.003.13.a.ii(2)(g) 3. Clarify that minor development procedures will apply equally to single-family LOC 50.07.003.14.a.ii(1)(a); residences and middle housing in the R-DD Zone,to align with state minimum 50.07.003.14.a.ii(2); compliance requirements. 50.07.003.14.a.ii(5); 4. Clarify that conversions from detached single-family to middle housing are LOC 50.07.003.14.a.ii(1)(b) classified as ministerial development in the R-DD Zone,to align with state minimum compliance requirements. EXPANSION OF NONCONFORMING STRUCTURES AMENDMENTS(LOC Chapters 50.01,50.05,50.06) ITEM TITLE CODE SECTIONS) 1. Specify that provisions related to the damage and reconstruction of LOC 50.01.006.4 nonconforming structures also apply to middle housing. 2. Revise provisions for nonconforming lots to allow for duplex construction, but LOC 50.01.006.5.a not to allow the construction of other middle housing types,on nonconforming lots,to align with state minimum compliance requirements. 3. Clarify that,for additions to single-family dwellings that result in the creation of middle housing, building design standards may apply only to the newly- added portion(s)of the structure, and that existing non-conforming portions of the structure are exempted,within the following sections: 1. LGVCO Remodeled Buildings, Building Expansion,and Site LOC 50.05.007.3.c.ii(7) Improvements standards; and 2. Residential Zones Structure Design Applicability standards. LOC 50.06.001.2.a.iv Public Hearing Notice(LU 22-0007) Page 7 of 8 4. Clarify that internal remodels and conversions of existing single-family LOC 50.06.001.2.a.iii dwellings that result in the creation of middle housing are exempted from general building design standards. Recommendation: A final recommendation of the Planning Commission will be forwarded to the City Council. A final decision on this proposal will be made by the City Council. Staff Contact: Erik Olson,Senior Planner Email: eolson@lakeoswego.city (503)697-6524 How to Testify: The public hearing process will begin with a presentation by staff. Testimony will then be received from the public in-person and then remotely(see attached instructions for how to participate online or by phone using Zoom). Individuals planning to attend in-person may also sign-up early, beginning ten (10) days prior to the hearing by visiting the Planning Commission meeting webpage: https://www.ci.oswego.or.us/bocpc/planning-commission-213 Individuals will be allowed up to 5 minutes. Recognized neighborhood associations, homeowner associations,government agencies or other incorporated public interest organizations will be allowed up to 10 minutes. The time limits will not include time taken up by questions from the Commission or responses to such questions. Testimony by attorneys, representatives,and witnesses on behalf of or which are part of the presentation by a person shall be counted within that person's time limit. Any person in attendance may cede his or her time for testimony to another person, but in no case shall any person's testimony be increased to greater than 10 minutes. Written testimony may also be submitted prior to the public hearing. To have your written comments or testimony distributed to the Planning Commission for review prior to the hearing,they need to be received by 12:00 p.m.on April 11, 2022. Mail or email written comments or testimony to: Iris McCaleb,Administrative Assistant Lake Oswego City Hall Planning and Building Services 380 A Avenue,Second Floor PO Box 369 Email: pctestimony@lakeoswego.city Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034 (503)697-6591 The Planning Commission held over 20 work sessions and received numerous updates from 2020 through 2022. An advisory committee appointed by the City Council also met six times and provided high level policy guidance to the Commission. A community forum was held in December 2021 and a second forum is scheduled for March 22, 2022. Comments submitted to the Planning Commission for a work session, updates or at community forums are not considered public testimony for purposes of the hearing. For more information about the hearing procedures, please contact staff. How to Obtain Further Information: The staff report and all evidence relied on by the applicant is available for review at the above address by appointment. Copies may be obtained at cost. Information can also be obtained by visiting the City's website at: https://www.ci.oswego.or.us/all-projects (Under"Search" enter LU 22-0007,then press"Enter") Public Hearing Notice(LU 22-0007) Page 8 of 8 s4_, PLANNING AND BUILDING SERVICES V wow �REGar� HOW TO TESTIFY AT A PLANNING COMMISSION HEARING ONLINE OR BY PHONE USING ZOOM IMPORTANT: If you are not able to electronically testify for any reason, e.g., inadequate or faulty internet connectivity, computer equipment, or operation thereof by yourself, City personnel, internet service providers, virtual meeting platform software, or other third parties involved in transmission and receipt of your oral testimony, you are deemed to have waived your oral testimony. You are strongly urged to also submit your testimony in writing by 12:00 noon on the day of the hearing to assure appearance in the proceeding, receipt of testimony, and appeal right. YOU ACCEPT THE RISK AND CONSEQUENCES OF THE INABILTY TO PROVIDE YOUR ORAL TESTIMONY BY ELECTRONIC MEANS (ONLINE OR PHONE) AT THE APPROPRIATE POINT IN THE LAND USE PUBLIC HEARING. ELECTRONIC SUBMISSION OF WRITTEN TESTIMONY AND MATERIALS: By 12:00 noon on April 11, 2022, electronically submit written testimony and materials by emailing to pctestimony@lakeoswego.city. If no conformation email is received, call: Iris McCaleb at (503) 697-6591. Case File: LU 22-0007 City Hall Address: 380 A Avenue, Lake Oswego, OR 97034 Hearing Date: Monday, April 11, 2022 Time: 6:30 pm OPTIONS AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR PROVIDING TESTIMONY ELECTRONICALLY: Providing Public Testimony Using the Zoom Online Option • In order to testify online, you must register by 12:00 noon on the day of the meeting, Monday, April 11, 2022. 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