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Posted on: June 14, 2021

Notice of Public Hearing: Planning Action # 21-03: SPR/CUP



NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Eagle Point Planning Commission will conduct a public hearing on Tuesday, August 17, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. and the City Council will conduct a public hearing on Tuesday, September 14, 2021 in the City Council Chambers at City Hall, 17 South Buchanan Avenue, Eagle Point, Oregon to consider an application to develop the property at 1011 Crystal Drive. The project involves a 4,000 SF convenience market, 12-pump gas station and 700 SF car wash. Access is proposed at Highway 62 and at Crystal Drive.

Project Name: 1011 Crystal Drive Commercial Development Planning Action File Number: PA #21-03:SPR/CUP

Requested Approvals: Land Use Map Change, Site Plan & Landscape Review, Conditional Use Permit Applicant: ZCS Engineering & Architecture

Owner: Herb & Jacob Miller

Eagle Point Municipal Code (EPMC), Chapter 17.92 establishes the decision-making process for Land Use Map Changes. These require a legislative decision adopted by ordinance from the City Council upon receiving a recommendation from the Planning Commission. The decision-making process for Site Plan & Landscape Approvals and for Conditional Use Permits is provided in EPMC 17.60 and 17.84 respectively, and both are Type A quasi-judicial, discretionary decisions by the Planning Commission.

This hearing provides an opportunity for testimony and questions to be answered. Testimony and written comments must be directed to the criteria applicable to the proposal. Relevant approval criteria is contained in Title 17 – Zoning, Chapters 17.60 (Site Plan and Landscape Review), 17.84 (Conditional Use Permits) and 17.96 (Notice & Hearing Procedure), as well as; the Land Use, Transportation, and Citizen Involvement elements of the Comprehensive Plan.

Although comments may be provided at any time up to and during a public hearing, it is preferred that they be submitted in writing to Mike Upston, Community Development Director, at at least two weeks prior to the Planning Commission hearing so they may be incorporated into the materials being prepared for it.

Pursuant to ORS 197.763 (3) (e), failure to raise an issue during this hearing, in person or in writing, or failure to raise an issue with sufficient specificity to afford the decision-maker and the parties an opportunity to respond to the issue will preclude the ability to appeal based on that issue.

The application and applicable criteria may be viewed now, and staff findings and recommendations will be available for public review seven days prior to the Planning Commission meeting at

Click Here for the official Notice of Public Hearing.

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