Regional problem solving
- • coordination
(1) Local governments and those special districts that provide urban services may enter into a collaborative regional problem-solving process. A collaborative regional problem-solving process is a planning process directed toward resolution of land use problems in a region. The process must offer an opportunity to participate with appropriate state agencies and all local governments within the region affected by the problems that are the subject of the problem-solving process. The process must include:
(a) An opportunity for involvement by other stakeholders with an interest in the problem; and
(b) Efforts among the collaborators to agree on goals, objectives and measures of success for steps undertaken to implement the process as set forth in ORS 197.656 (Commission acknowledgment of comprehensive plans not in compliance with goals).
(2) As used in ORS 197.652 (Establishing regional problem-solving programs) to 197.658 (Modifying local work plan), "region" means an area of one or more counties, together with the cities within the county, counties, or affected portion of the county. [1996 c.6 §4]
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