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<br />. " <br /> M I NUT E S <br />e EUGENE CITY COUNCIL <br /> September 8, 1980 <br /> Regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Eugene, Oregon, was called to <br /> order by His Honor Mayor Gus Keller at 7:30 p.m., September 8, 1980, in the City <br /> Council Chamber with the following councilors present: Brian Obie, Eric Haws, <br /> Betty Smith, Scott Lieuallen, D. W, Hamel, and Emily Schue. Counc i lors Jack <br /> Delay and Gretchen Miller were absent. <br /> Mayor Keller requested a councilor volunteer to appear on KVAL-TV Tuesday <br /> to discuss the City budget, Ms, Smith volunteered, <br /> 1. PUBLI C HEAR I NGS <br /> A. Concurrent Annexation/Rezoning <br /> 1. Properties located at the southern city limits, east and west of <br /> Fox Hollow Road, including property along Owl Road, west Amazon <br />e Drive, Canyon Drive, and Vivia~ Drive from County AGT-5 to City <br /> RA Suburban Residential District (Higgins/Dallas) (A/Z 80-2) <br /> (map distributed)--Mr. Henry stated that this annexation/rezoning <br /> request involves about 165 acres of private lands in the South <br /> Hills between Spencer Butte Park and the city limits. Because of <br /> previous land division approvals in the county, the property has <br /> been broken down into 44 parcels with 38 different ownerships and <br /> the area is developed with 23 dwellings. The Planning Commission <br /> unanimously recommended approval at their July 1, 1980, meeting. <br /> As directed by the Planning Commission, the applicants had the <br /> exact location of the South Hills Ridgeline surveyed and an <br /> amended legal description was prepared, excluding parts of two <br /> parcels and two dwellings which are located over the ridge. He <br /> introduced Greg Byrne, Planning, to provide background information. <br /> Mr. Byrne stated that the applicants had been required to survey <br /> the exact location of the South Hills Ridgeline across Tax Lots <br /> 601 and 603. When the Planning Commission review occurred, <br /> it had been thought that both dwellings on those tax lots were <br /> located at the top of the ridge and could be served by a full <br /> range of urban services, but both of these homes are over the <br /> ridge. The Planning Commission has amended its recommendation by <br /> deleting portions of those two lots, including the dwellings, from <br /> the recommended annexation. The area is receiving fire services <br />e <br /> 9/8/80--1 <br />