Review of application for land use permit within regionally significant industrial area
(1) An applicant for a new industrial use or the expansion of an existing industrial use located within a regionally significant industrial area may request that an application for a land use permit be reviewed as an application for an expedited industrial land use permit under this section if the proposed use does not require:
(a) An exception taken under ORS 197.732 (Goal exceptions) to a statewide land use planning goal;
(b) A change to the acknowledged comprehensive plan or land use regulations of the local government within whose land use jurisdiction the new or expanded industrial use would occur; or
(c) A federal environmental impact statement under the National Environmental Policy Act.
(2) If the applicant makes a request that complies with subsection (1) of this section, the local government shall review the applications for land use permits for the proposed industrial use by applying the standards and criteria that otherwise apply to the review and by using the procedures set forth for review of an expedited land division in ORS 197.365 (Application for expedited land division) and 197.370 (Failure of local government to approve or deny application within specified time). [2011 c.564 §8]
Note: See note under 197.722 (Definitions for ORS 197.722 to 197.728).
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