Modification of work program
- • exclusive jurisdiction of Land Conservation and Development Commission
(1) The Director of the Department of Land Conservation and Development may authorize or direct a local government to modify an approved work program when:
(a) Issues of regional or statewide significance arising out of another local government’s periodic review require an enhanced level of coordination;
(b) Issues of goal compliance are raised as a result of completion of a work task resulting in a need to undertake further review or revisions;
(c) Issues relating to the organization of the work program, coordination with affected agencies or persons, or orderly implementation of work tasks, result in a need for further review or revision; or
(d) Issues relating to needed housing, employment, transportation or public facilities and services were omitted from the work program but must be addressed in order to ensure compliance with the statewide planning goals.
(2) The Land Conservation and Development Commission shall have exclusive jurisdiction for review of the completed work tasks as set forth in ORS 197.628 (Periodic review) to 197.651 (Appeal to Court of Appeals for judicial review of final order of Land Conservation and Development Commission).
(3) Commission action pursuant to subsection (2) of this section is a final order subject to judicial review in the manner provided in ORS 197.650 (Appeal to Court of Appeals) and 197.651 (Appeal to Court of Appeals for judicial review of final order of Land Conservation and Development Commission). [1991 c.612 §6; 1997 c.634 §1; 1999 c.622 §5; 2011 c.469 §3]
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