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<br />Council Chamber <br />Eugene, Oregon <br />December 11, 1972 <br /> <br />. Regular meeting of the Common Council of the city of Eugene, Oregon was called to order by <br />'. Council President Fred Mohr in the absence of Mayor Anderson at 7: 30 p.m. on December 11,1972 <br />in the Council Chamber with the following councilmen present: Mrs. Beal, Messrs. McDonald, <br />Teague, Williams, Hershner, Mrs. Campbell, and Mr. Bradshaw. <br /> <br />I -Invitation, Dinner Honoring Jess Hill - Invitation to dinner honoring Jess Hill, retiring <br />Lane County Commissioner, was read. It is scheduled for Tuesday, December 12, 1972, <br />7:00 p.m. at the Eugene Hotel. <br /> <br />II - Staff Recommendations, Revenue Sharing - Manager noted staff recommendations for use of <br />monies distributed under revenue sharing were previously mailed to Council members. The <br />first check has been received ($918,233) for the first six months of 1972, which would <br />indicate about $1,836,000 will be received for the calendar year 1972. In accordance <br />with budget laws, a supplemental budget is required if the money is to be used during <br />the current fiscal year. Although the normal budgeting process must be followed the lay <br />members of the Budget Committee are not required in the discussions unless the Council <br />so desires. Manager hoped the budgeting process could begin immediately and decisions <br />made with regard to whether funds cut from this year's budget would be replaced from <br />revenue sharing funds. At the conclusion of other business before the Council, it was <br />~greed to call the Budget Committee into session (including lay members) on Friday, <br />December 15, at 11:30 a.m. <br /> <br />. III - Public Hearings <br />A. Vacation of street 1800 feet north of Royal from 100 feet west of Candlelight <br />Drive to Cand+elight Drive (Lyndon Homes) <br />- Planriing Commission recommended approval on October 9, 1972. The property is being <br />resurveyed. The street, originally dedicated when the subdivision was platted, will <br />no lonter be needed. No money is involved. <br /> <br />Council Bill No. 137 - Vacating street 1800 feet north of Royal Avenue from <br />100 feet west of Candlelight Drive to Candlelight Drive, <br />was submitted and read the first time by council bill number and title only, there <br />being no councilman present requesting that it be read in full. <br /> <br />Mrs. Beal moved seconded by Mr. Teague that the bill be read the second time by <br />council bill number only, with unanimous consent of the Council, and that enact- <br />ment be considered at this time. Motion carried unanimously and the bill was read <br />the second time by council bill number only. <br /> <br />Mrs. Beal moved seconded by Mr. Teague that the bill be approved and given final <br />passage. Rollcall vote. All councilmen present voting aye, the bill was dec~ared <br />passed. and numbered 16667. <br /> <br />· . . d <br />. B. Appeal - Northland PUD, Norkenzle and Mln a <br />Approved by the Planning Commission on October 10, 1972. <br /> <br />Northland PUD, Norkenzie and Minda - Appeal of Marvin P. Brabham, 1709 Minda <br />Drive, from the Planning Commission decision granting preliminary approval to <br />Northland Planned Unit Development, located at the southeast corner of Norkenzie <br />. and Minda, was referred for joint consideration of the Council and Planning Com- <br />. mission. Objections from residents in the area to the multi-family development <br />'were based primarily on its effect on surrounding properties. <br /> <br />Assistant Planning Director pointed out and explained major elements of the <br />proposed development on a site plan. He said the Commission in its considera- <br />tion was concerned with density of the project and the crowded effect which <br />.might occur in allowing 20 dwellings because of the odd shape of the parcel. <br />The Commission was also concerned with location of the buildings, parking areas, <br />, proximi ty of the swimming pool to the property line, remote location of play , <br />areas from dwelling uni ts. In gi ving preliminary approval the Commission set 1\ <br />: condi tions for the development which it felt would take care of its concerns if <br />; the condi tions were followed by the developer and observed on the final plan to I <br />,be presented in the future. Conditions upon which preliminary approval was I <br />._ granted for 20 dwelling units on about 2.5 acres were (1) landscape buffering I <br />. ,between the south parking lot and single-family. houses to the east; (2) deletion . <br />'of swimming pool, or its relocation, with open space recreational area provided I <br />- tin its place or in centrally located position with ample screening; (3) provi- <br />sion for children's play area; (4) resolution of Public Works Department concerns <br />,including (a) additional right-of-way on Norkenzie Road to be dedicated as per <br />;pxoposed alignment, (b) disposal of portion of tax lot which lies across Norkenzie: <br />J R9~d or an. i1!l!.:ement to f~y futur~ p,!:v~!l~ <:-nd sidew~~!5_ assessment~L_(C;)__~O!l~tI~UC:-,' <br /> <br /> <br />3 sf 12/11/72 - 1 <br />