Resolution No. 4920
City of Eugene
2007 No. 4898-4922
Resolution No. 4920
6/10/2010 4:50:28 PM
11/19/2007 4:26:30 PM
Mary H. Feldman
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<br />RESOLUTION NO. 4920 <br /> <br />A RESOLUTION APPROVING A MULTIPLE-UNIT PROPERTY TAX <br />EXEMPTION FOR RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY LOCATED AT <br />NORTHWEST CORNER OF 11TH AVENUE AND LINCOLN STREET, <br />EUGENE, OREGON (EUGENE DOWNTOWN COHOUSING LLC, <br />APPLICANT). <br /> <br />The City Council of the City of Eugene finds that: <br /> <br />A. Martin Henner is the owner of real property located at the northwest comer of 11 th <br />Avenue and Lincoln Street, Eugene, Oregon, (map and tax lot numbers 17-03-31-13-12900, 17- <br />03-31-13-13000, 17-03-31-13-13100, 17-03-31-13-13200, and 17-03-31-13-13300), more <br />particularly described on the attached Exhibit A, and is the registered agent for Eugene <br />Downtown Cohousing LLC. Eugene Downtown Cohousing LLC has submitted an application <br />pursuant to the City's Multiple-Unit Property Tax Exemption Program (Sections 2.945 and 2.947 <br />of the Eugene Code, 1971), with respect to residential units to be constructed on the property. <br /> <br />B. A display ad soliciting recommendations or comments from the public was <br />published in the Register-Guard on September 2, 2007, and advised that written comments <br />would be accepted for a period of 30 days from the date of publication. Recommendations or <br />comments were also solicited from the Planning Commission, and other interested City <br />departments, agencies, and neighborhood groups. No comments were received. <br /> <br />C. The Report and Recommendation attached as Exhibit B, which was prepared by <br />the Director of the Planning and Development Department ("the Director") as designee of the <br />City Manager, recommends that the application be approved and the exemption granted. In <br />making the recommendation, the Director found that the applicant submitted all materials, <br />documents and fees required by the application and the City as set forth in Section 2.945 of the <br />Eugene Code, 1971, and is in compliance with the policies set forth in the Standards and <br />Guidelines adopted by Administrative Order No. 53-04-03-F. <br /> <br />D. The project consists of the development of two one-bedroom units, ten two- <br />bedroom units, 11 three bedroom units, and one four-bedroom unit. In addition, there are four <br />commercial/retail units on the ground floor which are not included in this request for a tax <br />exemption. The units are not designed for, nor will be used as, transient accommodations. <br /> <br />NOW, THEREFORE, <br /> <br />BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF EUGENE, a <br />Municipal Corporation of the State of Oregon, as follows: <br /> <br />Section 1. Based upon the above findings which are adopted, and the City Council's <br />review of the Report and Recommendation of the Director of the Planning and Development <br /> <br />. Resolution - Page 1 <br />
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