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<br />e <br /> <br />D. League of Oregon Cities <br /> <br />Ms. Schue offered her appreciation to staff for the airport tour conducted at <br />the League of Oregon Cities meeting held in Eugene. She also discussed <br />several proposals for funding for education and cautioned that many of these <br />contain a property tax limitation which would impact local governments. <br /> <br />II. WORK SESSION: DRAFT GLENWOOD REFlNEMENT PLAN <br /> <br />Terry Jones, Planning and Development Department, reviewed changes that have <br />been made to the Glenwood Refinement Plan through a compromise effort. This <br />is a continuation of the work session on the draft Glenwood Refinement Plan <br />which was held on January 10 at which time council reviewed and gave <br />direction to staff on nine of the 24 proposed revisions. While many of the <br />remaining revisions are not controversial, there still are several major <br />issues having to do ~ith the Franklin Boulevard/Willamette River corridor <br />that need to be resolved. <br /> <br />Ms. Jones said that since the January 10 work session, staff has met with <br />Robert Moulton, representing Jay Oldham, and has come to agreement on all <br />points. These points have been added to the revisions document that the <br />council reviewed at that work session. <br /> <br />e <br /> <br />Upon completion of the review process, staff requests that the council <br />initiate the Metro Plan amendment process and offer its tentative approval to <br />the amendment plan. <br /> <br />A. Revi sion J <br /> <br />Ms. Jones asked for any comments on Revision J. Mr. Holmer suggested that <br />the phrase "or amount" be removed for the following sentence: "under goal <br />definitions, any expansion of an open storage area which increases or expands <br />the area or amount of an existing use is an intensification." The other <br />councilors agreed. <br /> <br />B. Rev; sion K <br /> <br />Ms. Jones explained what was proposed under the compromise Revision K which <br />would create a more flexible greenway setback. Originally the setback was 35 <br />feet from the top of the bank. Under the compromise it would be between 20 <br />and 35 feet from the top of the bank. The council agreed to this version. <br /> <br />C. Revision U <br /> <br />Ms. Jones said that Revision U is a combination of recommendations between <br />Mr. Moulton and staff. If Revision U is instituted, then requests for <br />easements for the bike path could be considered when the use of that piece of <br />property is being changed. Revision U also makes is possible for the City to <br />purchase easements at any time. <br /> <br />e <br /> <br />MlNUTES--Eugene City Council <br /> <br />January 24, 1990 <br /> <br />Page 2 <br />