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Adjustment Committee

Adjustment CommitteeThe Adjustment Committee, authorized under Portland City Code 33.710.070, reviews adjustment requests to the development standards of Title 33 [Planning and Zoning Regulations]. The Adjustment Committee consists of seven members, none of whom may hold public elective office.

The committee must include three persons representing the public at large, two members in either urban design, architecture, or landscape architecture, and two members experienced in either engineering, financing construction, management of buildings, or land development. The members are appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council. The terms shall be a maximum of four years with a maximum of two full terms.

The Adjustment Committee meets on the first and third Tuesday of each month at 9:00 am.

There are currently two vacant Adjustment Committee positions that must be filled by an individual representing the categories of: 1) public at large; and 2) engineering, financing, construction, building management or land development.

 

Current members of the Adjustment Committee:

Name Membership Category Term Expires

Dan Anderson

Public at Large

6/30/14 [2nd full term]

Vacant

Public at Large

 

Suzanne Zuniga

Architecture/Landscape Architecture

6/30/14 [partial term]

Vacant

Engineering/Finance/Construction

 

Richard Larson, Co-Chair

Engineering/Finance/Construction

6/30/14 [2nd full term]

Anyeley Hallova

Urban Design

6/30/14 [1st full term]

Roger Alfred

Public at Large

6/30/17 [1st full term]

Staff to the Adjustment Committee: Douglas Hardy (503) 823-7816

 

 

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