- • notice
- • citizen involvement implementation
- • submission of proposals
(1) In preparing the goals and guidelines, the Department of Land Conservation and Development shall:
(a) Hold at least 10 public hearings throughout the state, causing notice of the time, place and purpose of each hearing to be published in a newspaper of general circulation within the area where the hearing is to be conducted not later than 30 days prior to the date of the hearing. At least two public hearings must be held in each congressional district.
(b) Implement any other provision for public involvement developed by the State Citizen Involvement Advisory Committee under ORS 197.160 (State Citizen Involvement Advisory Committee) (1) and approved by the Land Conservation and Development Commission.
(2) Upon completion of the preparation of the proposed goals and guidelines, or amendments to those goals and guidelines, the department shall submit them to the commission, the Local Officials Advisory Committee, the State Citizen Involvement Advisory Committee and the appropriate legislative committee for review.
(3) The commission shall consider the comments of the Local Officials Advisory Committee, the State Citizen Involvement Advisory Committee and the legislative committee before the adoption and amendment of the goals and guidelines.
(4) Notwithstanding subsection (1)(a) of this section, when a legislative enactment or an initiative measure is inconsistent with the adopted goals and guidelines or directs the commission to make a specific change to the adopted goals and guidelines, the commission may amend the goals and guidelines after only one public hearing, at a location determined by the commission, if the proposed amendment:
(a) Is necessary to conform the goals and guidelines to the legislative enactment or the initiative measure; and
(b) Makes no change other than the conforming changes unless the change corrects an obvious scrivener’s error. [1973 c.80 §36; 1981 c.748 §28; 2005 c.147 §1; 2007 c.354 §9]
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