To date, more than 30 regional foundations and charitable organizations have participated in meetings and educational events.
The approved scenarios result from: Each of the three UGB boundary scenarios assumes the City would add approximately 2, acres of land to the UGB to meet housing, employment and other land needs.
Expansion is targeted to those areas that have been identified as relatively better suited to meeting state requirements and local goals for future growth. Each scenario includes expansion in multiple directions. See maps in attached document for details.
The scenarios are also designed to be compatible with adjacent areas within the existing UGB. The steering committee also approved a recommendation by the Boundary TAC to further analyze land identified as suitable for UGB expansion but not included in the three scenarios.
Many issues will be considered as part of the evaluation. The results of this analysis will be reviewed in the fall with the Boundary TAC, the steering committee and other community members, to identify a preferred UGB expansion area and land use plan.
The preferred plan may be one of the three alternatives being studied but more likely will be a hybrid of multiple alternatives.The SSI Steering Committee will oversee the development and implementation of a comprehensive university-wide plan to advance OSU’s undergraduate student success goals.
Upon adoption, the committee will oversee progress—and report periodically—on the plan’s implementation. #WhyIDidntReport becomes outlet for victims. Victims from across the globe are offering support to Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who . The Advisory Committee was formed at the start of the IDR Project to identify and document the University of Oregon's diverse data reporting and storage needs.
Original Plan Prepared by: Oregon Natural Hazards Workgroup University of Oregon Eugene, OR The Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan Steering Committee serves as the coordinating body for the plan and is the current Hazard Mitigation Steering Committee members.
The current members of the steering committee . Strategic Plan Update April 6, Goal 3 of the strategic plan is to "Increase district and community participation and satisfaction with our services." As a first step towards accomplishing that goal, Goal Team 3 created a component district survey to measure satisfaction with MESD services.
Beavercreek Employment Area Steering Committee The “Putting Education to Work” campaign is a partnership between the City of Oregon City, Clackamas Community College, Clackamas County, and the Oregon City Chamber of Commerce.