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Informational Handouts

Acquisition and Restoration Cost Estimates Memo

Memo that describes the acquisition and restoration cost estimates for the restoration sites identified in the River Plan / North Reach Proposed Plan.

City Interest Riverward of the Ordinary High Water Mark

This handout summarizes the City's interest in maintaining authority to review projects and proposals that occur in the area riverward of the ordinary high water mark.

Informational Packet for June 23, 2009 Planning Commission Work Session

Summary of public feedback from the Listening Post and other written comments, and an update on the design, permitting and long-term maintenance and management fee to be discussed June 23, 2009.

Proposed Environmental Zone FAQ

Frequently asked questions about the proposed environmental protection and conservation overlay zones in the North Reach.

River Overlay Zone Development Projection Memo

Memo that estimates development over a 20 year time period on riverfront sites within the proposed Willamette River North Reach overlay zones.

River Plan / North Reach Brochure

Provides information about the River Plan, with specific details for the North Reach including the process, schedule, challenges, and recommendations.

River Plan / North Reach Status Report

Provides a status report of River Plan / North Reach Plan as of June 25, 2009.

River Restoration Program and Revenue Estimates Memo (3/24/09)

Memo presented to Planning Commission that describes progress and next steps toward developing the River Restoration Program and revenue estimates based on in-lieu fees over a 20 year period.

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