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CPOs Citizen Involvement Quarterly
Spring 2014
NEWSLETTER
Newsletter of the Washington County CPO Program
Upcoming
Inactive CPOs: 5, 11, 12C, 12F, 13, 14
Your community
April 26
Spring Native Plant Sale (p. 4)
April 26
Tualatin Soil & Water Conservation
District Streambank Erosion
Control Workshop (p. 4)
April 28
Application deadline for serving
on the State’s Citizen Involvement
Advisory Committee. (p. 4)
May 1
Developmental Disabilities
Resource Fair (p. 5)
May 3
Tualatin Soil & Water Conservation
District Site Planning Workshop
(p. 4)
May 6
Application deadline for serving
on County Boards, Committees
and Commissions (p. 3)
Would You Like Your Barn
Decorated With an Oversize
Quilt Block?
May 17
Take Care of Cornelius Day (p. 2)
Submitted by Judy Goldmann, Westside Quilters
May 20
Election Day! (p. 3)
A local quilter’s guild, The Westside Quilters, is spearheading an
effort to get enlarged versions of quilt blocks mounted on the ends
of barns in rural Washington County. We are currently working with
Washington County on proposed amendments to county regulations
to allow these decorative quilt blocks. The amendments could be
completed by late summer or fall.
Washington
County
e-Subscriptions
Many County departments have
online publications available
through e-subscriptions. Sign up
at: http://bit.ly/11IS7SN.
In the meantime, plans are moving ahead to create oversize, 8'x8'
placards of plywood, of various quilt block designs. They will be
built, painted and offered to farmers with space on barn ends,
or sides. Some 37 states have Quilt Barn Trails, as does Tillamook
County, with the intent being to encourage art, and rural tourism.
If you are interested in having your barn decorated at no cost,
sponsored by the Westside Quilters, or you have questions please
respond to Judy Goldmann at [email protected]
Your CPO
Your community
CPO 5
Take Care of Cornelius Day –
Volunteers Needed
On the web: http://bit.ly/17MG9tK
Community members are invited to take part
in the third annual Take Care of Cornelius Day
on Saturday, May 17th. The annual event brings
residents and local businesses together to spruce up
the city by collecting litter, planting public flower
beds and giving a fresh coat of paint to city park
buildings.
Sherwood, Tualatin
CPO 11
Cherry Grove, Gaston, Laurel
On the web: http://bit.ly/17MG9tK
CPO 12C
Cornelius
On the web: http://bit.ly/12LL6C8
CPO 12F
Forest Grove
On the web: http://bit.ly/198M6PE
CPO 13
Gales Creek, Roy, Verboort
Meet at the Fred Meyer parking lot at 8:30 am.
The clean-up events run from 9 am until 12 pm.
At noon, join your fellow volunteers for
refreshments at Harleman Park. To register for
the event, contact Linda Carter at 503-357-3011
or via e-mail at [email protected] City of
Cornelius on the Web: www.ci.cornelius.or.us.
On the web: http://bit.ly/120VC0U
CPO 14
Banks, Buxton, Manning, Timber
On the web: http://bit.ly/10iOB1
Sheriff’s Office Contact
Annabelle Carlos
Crime Prevention Specialist
[email protected]
503-846-2793
CPO Program
Washington County CPO Program OFFICE
OSU Extension Washington County
155 N First Ave., Suite 200 MS 48
Hillsboro, OR 97124-3072
CPO Program COORDINATOR
Dan Schauer, OSU Extension Faculty
[email protected] / 503-821-1123
CCI Meeting
Each active CPO is represented on Washington County’s Committee for Citizen Involvement (CCI), which
has a focus including, but not limited to, citizen involvement policy issues. Meetings are held on the third
Tuesday of each month. The next CCI meeting will be on May 20, 7 pm, at the TVF&R Community Room,
20665 SW Blanton St., Aloha. More information at http://bit.ly/11J3Pu5. Meetings are open to the public.
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Opportunities to become involved
County Seeks Community Members to Serve on
Boards and Commissions
The application deadline for serving on County boards,
committees and commissions has been extended to
May 6th or until filled. Serving on an appointed board
or commission is a great way for Washington County
residents to participate in decisions that affect them
and learn more about how their local government
works.
The boards, commissions and committees with
opportunities are listed below, with staff contacts. For
more information, see the press release at http://www.
co.washington.or.us/BOC/boards-and-commissionsvacancies-spring-2014.cfm. To download an application
and learn more about each committee, see www.
co.washington.or.us/CAO/BoardsCommissions.
Boards, Commissions AND Committees with OpportunitieS AND STAFF CONTACTS
Aging and Veteran Services Advisory Council
Janet Long, Aging & Veteran Services / 503-846-3081
Audit Committee
Mary Gruss, Chief Finance Officer / 503-846-8756
Board of Property Tax Appeals
Joe Nelson, Assessment & Taxation Records/
Cartography / 503-846-3947
Civil Service Commission
Brandi Johnston, Human Resources Analyst /
503-846-3741
Park and Recreation Advisory Board
Todd Winter, Parks Manager / 503-359-5732
County Seeks Community Members to Serve on
Boards and Commissions
Love Where You Live!
Express your views in West Side Voices on a region-wide survey on
housing and neighborhoods.
Living in a safe, comfortable and affordable place is a shared aspiration for us all. Lend your voice by taking
a 10-minute online survey about what types of housing and neighborhoods you want to live in. This regional
housing preference survey, led by Metro and other public and private sector organizations, will help us better
plan neighborhoods, homes, parks and transportation options in the Portland Metropolitan area.
The survey will be available in English only, but it has pictures to assist participants. Visit http://
joinwestsidevoices.org to sign up for West Side Voices and you will be notified when the survey opens.
Key Dates in the May 2014 Primary Election - Don’t forget to vote!
April 7: Ballots available in County Elections office, 3700 SW Murray Blvd., Ste 101, Beaverton.
April 29: New voter registration deadline, and last day to change political party.
May 2: Target mail date for ballots.
May 20: Election Day!
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Opportunity to become involved
Oregon Citizen Involvement Advisory Committee
Has an Opening in the At-Large Position
Oregon Department of Land Conservation and
Development (DLCD) and the Land Conservation
and Development Commission (LCDC) are seeking a
volunteer to serve as a member of the state’s Citizen
Involvement Advisory Committee (CIAC) representing
the citizens of Oregon in an At-large capacity. The
CIAC is appointed by the Land Conservation and
Development Commission (LCDC) to advise LCDC
on citizen involvement in land use planning. Application
information and additional information about the CIAC
can be found on the web at: http://www.oregon.
gov/LCD/pages/citizeninvolvement.aspx. Completed
applications must be received by April 28. The
department and CIAC will interview finalists and will
make a recommendation to LCDC for action at its May
2014 meeting.
Upcoming educational opportunities and community events
Online Course - B-Better: Caregiver Guide to Preventing
Dependent’s Falls
This free course is designed for anyone who provides in-home care to a more dependent adult
or anyone looking to learn how to help her or himself or older adults reduce their risk of slips,
trips and unexpected falls at home. The B-Better online module is divided into four sections
that you can complete at your own pace. The course is available at https://pace.oregonstate.
edu/catalog/b-better-caregiver-guide-preventing-dependents-falls. For additional information,
please contact [email protected]
Tualatin Soil & Water Conservation District Workshops
Streambank Erosion Control - Saturday, April 26, 9 am - 1 pm
Understand how and why erosion occurs, what the options for engineered solutions are, and how
streamside resotoration can help. Location to be announced. For more information visit
http://www.swcd.net/event/streambank-erosion-control-workshop/.
Site Planning Workshop - Saturday, May 3, 9 am - 1 pm
The next step after Naturescaping Basics, this workshop walks participants through the steps
involved in planning a landscape or project. Learn how to evaluate your site, map your property,
assess your garden style and needs and prepare a site plan using naturescaping techniques
throughout. Held at Tigard Public Works, 8777 Burnham St., Tigard. Register at www.emscd.org.
Find more information at 503-222-7645.
Spring Native Plant Sale - Saturday, April 26, 10 am - 2 pm
The Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District hosts its 14th annual Spring Native Plant Sale
at the Tualatin Hills Nature Park Interpretive Center, 15655 SW Millikan Way, Beaverton.
Gardeners of all ages can select from more than 150 species of trees, shrubs, ground covers
and perennials.Visitors to the sale will have a wealth of resources at their disposal. They can
talk to knowledgeable staff, including park rangers and plant experts, or grab plant information
sheets to learn more about building the perfect garden oasis. A resource fair will provide
gardeners a chance to talk to community partners about how native plants impact wildlife, water
conservation and reduce pesticide usage. For more information call 503-629-6350 or e-mail
[email protected]
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Health and Safety
Safe Routes to School Program Gets a Boost
Last fall, Washington County was awarded a $150,000 non-infrastructure grant from the
Oregon Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program to fund a SRTS coordinator for three years.
This coordinator will help boost the number of SRTS programs and activities throughout the
County while building valuable SRTS partnerships among city and county agencies, schools,
community organizations, and neighborhoods. The SRTS coordinator will lead these
partners in coordination efforts that consider the 5 Es of Safe Routes to School.
Read more about this great news by visiting our SRTS page, http://www.co.washington.
or.us/srts
Reduce Car Exhaust at Schools: DEQ Has a Tool Kit
No one wants their children breathing exhaust. Yet when walking into a school building,
they may pass through air polluted by idling buses and cars waiting to drop off and pick
up children. A Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center researcher and three other
community organizations prove this in a recently published study that led to a community
campaign. The study also points out that turning off idling bus and car engines can
significantly reduce children’s exposure to toxic air pollutants.
An Oregon Department of Environmental Quality web page (www.deq.state.or.us/aq/
toxics/whatyoucando.htm) has tips and links to ideas and tools for doing anti-idling
Developmental Disabilities Resource Fair - May 1
The annual Washington County Resource Fair for people with developmental disabilities takes place May 1, 11
am – 7 pm, at the Aloha Community Center, 4375 SW Edwards Place. More than 40 exhibitors will be on hand to
share information about housing, social security, brokerage services, employment, self advocacy and recreation
opportunities. Much of the focus will be on transitioning from high school to adult life. Care for adult children
will be available if needed. More information is available at 503-642-1581.
Prescription Drug and Over-the-Counter Medication Disposal Sites
Bring your prescription and over-the-counter medications to one of the free disposal sites below to
help reduce prescription drug abuse among kids and teens, avoid accidental consumption by pets and
children and keep our waterways clean.
Sherwood Police Department / Mon.-Fri. 8 am - 5 pm, 20495 SW Borchers Dr, Sherwood, OR 97140
Washington Co. Sheriff’s Office / Mon.-Fri. 8 am - 5 pm, 215 SW Adams, Hillsboro, OR 97124
Resilience and Recovery –
Topic of the Latest Issue of
Prevention Matters
Learn the latest on prevention by reading Prevention Matters, a newsletter
that takes a look at the problems of substance abuse, problem gambling and
suicide. The theme of the latest issue is resilience and recovery.
Resilience, or the lack of it, has a big effect on substance abuse and addiction.
For instance, did you know the earlier someone starts drinking the greater the
risk they’ll develop alcohol-related problems later in life? That early start leads
to less resilience and less ability to recover from addictive behaviors.
Of course there are other factors that effect resilience and addiction. To learn
more, visit http://prevention-matters.weebly.com because Prevention Matters
in Washington County.
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land use
2014 Washington County Land Use Ordinances
Access information in this chart at http://bit.ly/1nTQ5Fs.
Planning
Commission
Board of
Commissioners
Proposes to amend the Sunset West Community Plan by dividing Area of
Special Concern (ASC) #11 into 2 new subareas 11a and 11b. Subareas specify
where different building height requirements apply within the ASC. Changes
are made to ASC #11 text and the Areas of Special Concern map.
Hearing: 3/5/14
Approved 3/18/14.
Effective 4/17/14.
Proposes a moratorium effective through May 1, 2015, prohibiting distribution
of medical marijuana or its derivatives in unincorporated Washington County,
including use of any building, structure, location, premises, or land for the
business or sale of such products.
Hearing: 4/16/14
No.
Description
780
781
• Staff Report
Hearing: 3/18/14
Contact
Theresa Cherniak
Principal Planner
503-846-3961
• Meeting Packet
• Meeting Packet
Hearing on:
4/22/14, 6:30 pm
• Staff Report
• Findings
Anne Kelly
Associate Planner
503-846-3583
Roads
County Invites Review of Road
Maintenance Program
Washington County’s Department of Land Use & Transportation invites public review
and input on the DRAFT 2014-15 Road Maintenance Program. Comments may be
submitted using the online form, by e-mail, or by calling 503-846-ROAD (846-7623)
by Friday, May 9. The department’s annual road maintenance program identifies
activities that preserve the public’s investment in the county’s transportation
infrastructure. The goal is to provide the highest possible level of service within
available resources.This year’s plan includes construction of small improvements Minor Betterments - intended to improve connectivity and/or safety for all modes
of travel.
After review of public input, the 2014-15 Road Maintenance Program will be
presented to the Washington County Board of Commissioners for
approval in June. Online form: http://www.co.washington.or.us/LUT/Divisions/
Operations/Programs/review-draft-road-maintenance-program.cfm
Email: [email protected]
Environment
Upcoming Presentation on
the Fish Populations in Rural
Tualatin Basin Watersheds
May 19
Learn about native fish populations in the upper Tualatin River and the Gales and Dairy-McKay Creek watersheds
gained from summer 2013 fish surveys at a presentation on May 19, 7 – 9 pm, at McMenamins Grand Lodge,
3503 Pacific Avenue, Forest Grove, hosted by Tualatin River Watershed Council.
RSVP not required but appreciated at [email protected] or 503-846-4801. For more information, check the Tualatin
River Watershed Council website at www.trwc.org or contact the Council at 503-846-4810 or [email protected]
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land use
Current Washington County Land Use and Development Applications / Inactive CPOs
Case File
Applicant/Project Location
Proposed Action
Status
CPO 5 - Tualatin, Sherwood
1300293 / Type II
Zoning: AF5
Scott C Jakobson
11899 SW Wheatland Dr., Sherwood
Request for a temporary use permit for a mobile home
for term of medical hardship.
Approved with
conditions.
1300295 / Type III
Zoning: AFC/AF20
Tualatin Valley Sportsmen’s Club
13050 SW Tonquin Rd., Sherwood
MOD/LGrade-Modification of conditions and grading
review (excavation of lower range and fill) at 3 ranges.
Approved with
conditions.
1300379 / Type II
Zoning: AF5
Elnora Singleterry
23535 SW 82nd Ave., Tualatin
Renewal of a temporary health hardship dwelling permit.
Approved with
conditions.
1400013 / Type II
Zoning: AF5
Tualatin Stump Grinders
22040 SW 75th Ave., Tualatin
Renewal of a home occupation permit to operate a tree
removal and stump grinding business.
Approved with
conditions.
1400091 / Type II
Zoning: AF5
Jeremy L. Tully
19720 SW Edy Rd., Sherwood
Preliminary review of 2-parcel partition.
Application received.
Status is pending.
1400132 / Type II
Zoning: AF20/AF5
Morse Bros Inc.
11925 SW Tonquin Rd., Sherwood
Modification of conditions (hours of operation for
quarry).
Application received.
Status is pending.
CPO 11 - Cherry Grove, Gaston, Laurelwood
1300381 / Type II
Zoning: AF5
Delpha Whitlatch
6014 SW Old Highway 47, Gaston
Renewal of a temporary health harship dwelling permit.
Approved with
conditions.
1300437 / Type II
Zoning: EFC
Legacy Land and Timber
100 ft north of SW Scoggins Valley Rd,
1500 ft west of SW Speaks Dr., Gaston
Review for dwelling in the EFC Land Use District
(Template Standards).
Approved with
conditions.
1300440 / Type II
Zoning: EFC
Legacy Land and Timber
1800 ft north of SW Scoggins Valley Rd.,
2000 ft west of SW Speaks Dr., Gaston
Review for dwelling in the EFC Land Use District
(Template Standards).
Approved with
conditions.
1300442 / Type II
Zoning: EFC
Legacy Land and Timber
100 ft north of SW Scoggins Valley Rd.,
2500 ft west of SW Speaks Dr., Gaston
Review for dwelling in the EFC Land Use District
(Template Standards).
Approved with
conditions.
1400090 / Type II
Zoning: RR5
Russel Peters
1778 SW L’Avenir Ter., Forest Grove
Review of temporary health hardship dwelling in
RR-5 District.
Application recieved.
Status is pending.
Miscellaneous review of land applciation of biosolids
from water treatment plant.
Comment period was
3/14/14 to 3/28/14.
CPO 12F - Forest Grove
1400036 / Type II
Zoning: AF20
City of Forest Grove
CPO 13 - Gales Creek, Roy, Verboort
1300393 / Type II
Zoning: EFU/DIST A&B
Northwest Boulder and Rock LLC
50147 NW Roderick Rd., Forest Grove
Review of conditions of Casefile 09-138-QREV.
Approved with
conditions.
1300398 / Type II
Zoning: EFC
Randall D. and Jill Bateman
56890-900 NW Wilson River, Gales Creek
Review for a property line adjustment in the EFC District.
Approved with
conditions.
1300400 / Type II
Zoning: AF20
Richard Martinsen
49130 NW Ruby Ln., Forest Grove
Renewal of a temporary health hardship dwelling permit.
Approved with
conditions.
1300432 / Type II
Zoning: RCOM
Duyck Machine Inc.
4200 NW Visitation Rd., Forest Grove
Development review to expand a machine repair facility
in R-COM District.
Approved with
conditions.
1400050 / Type II
Zoning: AF5
Keleo Creations Inc.
53875 NW Our Ln., Gales Creek
Renewal of a home occupation permit for the
manufacture of exhaust systems for radio controlled
model.
Approved with
conditions.
1400056 / Type II
Zoning: EFU
Clare Braukmann
3135 NW McKibbin Rd., Forest Grove
Renewal of a temporary health hardship dwelling.
Approved with
conditions.
Preliminary plat review for a 3-parcel partition and
miscellaneous review for 3 dwellings pursuant to
Measure 49 Claim #49CL0791.
On hold.
CPO 14 - Banks, Buxton, Manning, Timber
1300221 / Type II
Zoning: EFC
Stimson Lumber Co.
East of Phil Rd., Banks
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12590 NW Aerts Rd., Banks
Casefile
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additional
time
conditions.
http://washims.co.washington.or.us/GIS/index.cfm?id=31.
All land use hearings
are 09-323-P/49CL0085
held at the Charles D. to
Cameron
Services
Bldg., Washington
County DLUT,
155 N First Ave. #350, Hillsboro, OR 97124. Phone: 503-846-8761. Fax: 503-846-2908.
to obtain a building permit on parcel 2 of Recorded
Partition Plat 2010-018.
1400062 / Type II
Zoning: EFU
Bull Run Cider LLC
7940 NW Kansas City Rd., Forest Grove
Renewal of home occupation permit for a cidery.
Approved with
conditions.
1400073 / Type II
Zoning: AF20
Aileen Maller
14455 NW Maller Rd., Banks
Renewal of temporary health hardship permit.
Approved with
conditions.
Because of space constraints, only Type II and III Development Applications of interest to a majority are listed. For Type I applications and latest
updates, please visit http://washims.co.washington.or.us/GIS/index.cfm?id=31. All land use hearings are held at the Charles D. Cameron Public
Services Bldg., Washington County DLUT, 155 N First Ave. #350, Hillsboro, OR 97124. Phone: 503-846-8761. Fax: 503-846-2908.
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CPO 5: The owner of the property at 11285 SW Tonquin Road, Sherwood, is considering a proposal to obtain a new
conditional use permit to continue existing operation as a contractor’s establishment for supplying pre-mixed concrete
to construction sites throughout the area. The neighborhood meeting is on Wednesday, April 30, 6:00 pm, Tualatin
Valley Fire & Rescue, 12400 SW Tonquin Rd., Sherwood.
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