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(1) A city, county or special district that adopts a moratorium on construction or land development in conformity with ORS 197.520 (Manner of declaring moratorium) (1) and (2) shall within 60 days after the effective date of the moratorium adopt a program to correct the problem creating the moratorium. The program shall be presented at a public hearing. The city, county or special district shall give at least 14 days’ advance notice to the Department of Land Conservation and Development of the time and date of the public hearing.
(2) No moratorium adopted under ORS 197.520 (Manner of declaring moratorium) (2) shall be effective for a period longer than six months from the date on which the corrective program is adopted, but such a moratorium may be extended provided the city, county or special district adopting the moratorium holds a public hearing on the proposed extension and adopts written findings that:
(a) Verify that the problem giving rise to the moratorium still exists;
(b) Demonstrate that reasonable progress is being made to alleviate the problem giving rise to the moratorium; and
(c) Set a specific duration for the renewal of the moratorium.
(3) No single extension under subsection (2) of this section may be for a period longer than six months, and no moratorium shall be extended more than three times.
(4) Any city, county or special district considering an extension of a moratorium shall give the department at least 14 days’ notice of the time and date of the public hearing on the extension. [1980 c.2 §4; 1991 c.839 §4]
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