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    To District Coalition Offices and other interested parties:

    Just a note to make sure you are all aware that the Code Reconciliation Project – Discussion Draft is available for review and comment through August 28th.  See the details below.  In addition to online info and online comment opportunities, there are two drop in meetings where folks can have specific questions answered: 

    • Monday, August 7, 2017, 6 − 8 p.m., at Ride Connection, 9955 NE Glisan, Williams Room  • Tuesday, August 8, 2017, 5 − 7 p.m., at 1900 SW 4th Avenue, Lobby

    If you have not already done so, please share this information with neighborhood associations and other community stakeholders that may be interested. 

    Thank you.

    Barry Manning

    Barry Manning, AICP Senior Planner

    Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability

    1900 SW 4th Avenue #7100, Portland, OR  97201

    503.823.7965 (p) 503.823.7800 (f)



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    August 3, 2017


    CODE RECONCILIATION PROJECTInterested parties:Just a reminder that the Code Reconciliation Project – Discussion Draft is posted online for public review and comment through August 28, 2017. The draft code amendments, which include changes to Title 33 (Zoning), Title 11 (Trees), Title 18 (Noise Control), and Title 32 (Signs), are primarily technical fixes, but also include some minor policy issues and changes to development allowances.Comments on the Discussion Draft will be directed to Bureau of Planning and Sustainability staff, who will consider them in developing a Proposed Draft for the Planning and Sustainability Commission (PSC) to consider. The PSC will hold a public hearing and take oral and written testimony on the Proposed Draft this fall.For questions or for more information, email codereconciliation@portlandoregon.gov, call 503-823-0195, or visit the project website. Drop-in hoursProject staff are also available to answer your questions in person at two drop-in meetings:• Monday, August 7, 2017, 6 − 8 p.m., at Ride Connection, 9955 NE Glisan, Williams Room  • Tuesday, August 8, 2017, 5 − 7 p.m., at 1900 SW 4th Avenue, LobbyPlease submit your comments to staff by August 28, 2017:

    • On the web.
    • Via email at codereconciliation@portlandoregon.gov.
    • By U.S. Mail to the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability, Attn: Code Reconciliation Project, 1900 SW 4th Avenue, Suite 7100, Portland, OR  97201.

    Kind regards, Barry Manning, AICP | Senior PlannerPortland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability1900 SW 4th Avenue #7100, Portland, OR  97201503.823.7965 (p) | 503.823.7800 (f)barry.manning@portlandoregon.gov


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