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Vacancies on the Eagle Point Planning Commission.
The City of Eagle Point is accepting applications from persons interested in serving on the Planning Commission. Three positions are open for interested persons to submit applications as soon as possible. Applicants shall have resided within the city limits of Eagle Point for a period of one year and must currently reside within the city limits. Applications are available at www.cityofeaglepoint.org or Eagle Point City Hall located at 17 Buchanan Avenue South. For more information, contact Cindy Hughes, City Recorder at 541‑826‑4212 ext. 106.
About the Commission
The Eagle Point Planning Commission is a seven-member body appointed by the City Council. Members serve staggered four-year terms. Meetings are held at 6:00 p.m. as needed (typically on the 3rd Tuesday of the month) via teleconference at this time. Additional information is available on the City’s website at www.cityofeaglepoint.org under the City Government tab.
Eagle Point Municipal Code 2.08.060 Membership qualifications.
A. Prior to appointment by the city council, planning commission members shall have resided within the city limits of Eagle Point for a period of one year.
B. No appointee may serve on more than two city boards, commissions or lay committees at any one time.
C. No more than two commissioners shall be engaged in the buying, selling or development of real estate for profit, or be members of any partnership, or officers or employees of any corporation that is engaged principally in the buying, selling or development of real estate for profit.
D. No more than two commissioners shall be engaged in the same type of occupation, business, trade or profession.
E. No commissioner may be a relative of any current city councilor. In the event a relative of any seated planning commissioner shall be elected to serve on the city council or be appointed to fill a council vacancy, such planning commissioner shall resign; such resignation to become effective upon the date the elected/appointed councilor assumes his/her office.
Note: For the purposes of this chapter, “relative” shall be defined as a spouse, domestic partner, brother, sister, child, parent, mother-in-law or father-in-law. [Ord. 2005-18 § 6].
Additional Requirement: Any applicant appointed to the Planning Commission will be required to file a Statement of Economic Interest (SEI) with the Oregon Government Ethics Commission.
Click HERE for the official Public Notice.