Submission of plan to Land Conservation and Development Commission
- • revision, approval and distribution of plan
(1) Following the preparation of the plan or any segment thereof under ORS 390.318 (Preparation of development and management plan), the State Parks and Recreation Department shall submit such plan or segment to the Land Conservation and Development Commission. The commission shall investigate and review such plan or segment as it considers necessary. If the commission finds that the plan or segment complies with ORS 390.310 (Definitions for ORS 390.310 to 390.368) to 390.368 (Authority to contract landscaping and repair of damage to lands subject to scenic easement), it shall approve the plan or segment. If the commission finds revision of any part of the submitted plan or segment to be necessary, it may revise the plan or segment itself or require such revision by the department and units of local government.
(2) Upon approval of the plan for the Willamette River Greenway or segment thereof, the commission shall cause copies of such plan or segment to be filed with the recording officer for each county having lands within the Willamette River Greenway situated within its boundaries. Such plan or segment filed as required by this subsection shall be retained in the office of the county recording officer open for public inspection during reasonable business hours.
(3) If the plan for the Willamette River Greenway is prepared and approved in segments, the total of all such approved segments shall constitute the plan for the Willamette River Greenway for the purposes of ORS 390.310 (Definitions for ORS 390.310 to 390.368) to 390.368 (Authority to contract landscaping and repair of damage to lands subject to scenic easement). The department and units of local government, with the approval of the commission, may revise the plan for the Willamette River Greenway from time to time. [1973 c.558 §4]
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