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let's go straight to land-use 101 I give.this talk oh three or four times a year.mainly to realtor groups and I'm always.surprised how little folks know about.land use in Oregon.Oregon's and unique land use system.we'll get to that but it it it only it.shocks me that people really don't.understand much about land use and so.the you know I get asked on occasion.well why should I really care about land.use in Oregon and the answer to that is.because every single acre of land that.you either sell for a client or help a.client buy if you're representing the.buyer or by yourself or own yourself is.subject to state and local land use.regulations and those regulations.dictate what you can do with the.property and you know if you know I'm.sure a lot of you looking around the.room I've had a fair amount of.experience with with buying and selling.properties or representing folks that.are doing that you all know that the.zoning on the property and the.overriding state and state statutes and.administrative rules in many cases will.dictate down to the square foot what you.can and can't do with that property and.unless you know as a realtor what you.can and can't do with the property it's.kind of tough to advise a client well.yeah you can go ahead and build a house.out there on that forty acres in clackum.in rural Clackamas County.well maybe you can and maybe you can't.but unless you have some familiarity and.understanding of how the land use system.works it's really going to be hard for.you to answer that question and the same.if you're just out if you're buying on.your own if you're the buyer yourself.you have an idea of what you'd like to.do with the property and I can't tell.you how many times I get calls from.people who say look.there's this property for sale it's been.my dream to do whatever and I'm looking.at this land out here in Harney County.or Malheur County or Columbia County or.Multnomah County or whatever oh and.here's a here's my first caveat of the.day and I've said this for over 20 years.never buy property in Multnomah County.or the city of Portland.okay it's just not worth it okay just.don't do it you can go to Washington.County you can go to Clackamas County or.you if you really want if you really.want a friendly County go to Yamhill.County buy your property there save.yourself the years of stress and and.time and energy trying to that you.otherwise been dealing with Multnomah.County or the city of Portland but in.any event if the use that you want to.make on your property is not allowed by.the zoning ordinance and by LCDC goals.and rules and state statute then you.can't do it and so as a profession you.of all the professions besides us.land use lawyers really ought to know.all about the land use system it's.vitally important for your particular.profession and Oregon is very unique in.that regard so you need to know the.nuances of what we do here in Oregon.which isn't the same as Idaho or.Massachusetts or Hawaii or any of the.other states where we have mainly local.control we have a statewide planning.system here that's different so here's.the basics we have we'll start with and.these are sort of the the the things.that all of you should know okay.we start with Senate bill 100 senators.was passed by the Oregon Legislature in.1973 it created our statewide.centralized land-use planning system the.one that we have in place right now it.is considered either.the father or the mother of oregon's I.don't want to be a misogynist so the the.father or the mother of oregon's.of our land you system it started at all.we've spent the better part of 45 years.now tinkering with Senate bill 101 the.legislature who were there and and voted.for Senate bill 100 there are folks that.would will tell you that what we have.today is nothing like what was intended.with Senate bill 100 in fact we had an.article in in our looking forward.newsletter a few years ago from a.legislator who voted for Senate bill 100.and the title of the article was my vote.for Senate bill 100 the worst boat I.ever took in the legislature because.what we have now has morphed and really.doesn't look like what we what.Senate bill 100 was intended to do but.but nevertheless you whenever you start.talking about land use you will hear.people talk about Senate bill 100 and we.have the Oregon Revised Statutes those.are known by as ORS the Oregon Revised.Statutes are the laws that are passed by.our legislature they are binding on.everyone in the state unless they.specifically provide otherwise those.basically are the state laws we have.LCDC and I asked do you know who this is.because it surprises me that people.don't know who else EDC is especially.especially realtors I was at ugb I gave.ugb 101 talk ugb is the urban growth.boundary ugb 101 talk in Bend earlier.this fall and then I did a presentation.on barriers to housing to realtor group.down at Albany.in October I believe at the bend the.conference there were about 40 people 40.realtors there and I asked ok how many.of you know who LCDC is and out of those.40 people I got about four hands.I didn't ask at the Albany conference.and I'm not gonna ask today but if you.don't know who else EDC is you really.need to know and I'll tell you right now.LCDC stands for the land conservation &.Development Commission they are a seven.member Commission appointed by the.governor you don't know who they are.probably you don't know what they do.probably they're not elected you can't.vote for them but they essentially have.the power to dictate and and through the.passage of goals and administrative.rules all of the land use criteria for.every city and county on privately owned.land for every city and county in the.state of Oregon so they were created by.Senate bill 100 in 1973 and they they.they adopted their first set of goals in.1975 and they really essentially are.they they are the land use body for the.state of Oregon and amazingly I found.over the years until people get caught.up with a land-use problem they don't.know what LCDC is so now we move on to.the statewide planning goals if you know.if you understand what LCDC is you'll.also understand that that their primary.charge the mission of that Commission is.to enact statewide planning goals there.are 19 statewide planning goals in.Oregon they're supposed to all hold.equal weight they don't all hold equal.weight.some of them LCDC has spent a lot of.time on some of them.and not much time on the others but LCDC.adopts statewide planning goals the.first 14 goals goals 1 through 14 were.enacted in 1975 the last five goals have.been enacted subsequent to that will go.in as we as we split this this lecture.into urban versus rural land uses we'll.talk about the particular goals that are.are really important for either an urban.use or a rural use but just to.understand that LCDC has 19 statewide.planning goals and they also have Oregon.administrative rules week those are.known as a ARS and not the Realtors.they're Oregon administrative rules for.US land use lawyers those administrative.rules are enacted by LCDC and they have.if once they're enacted they have the.same force and effect as a law passed by.our legislature so seven people who you.don't know who were not elected were.appointed by the governor to essentially.oversee the entire land use system that.affects every square foot of privately.owned property in this state have the.ability through administrative rule.adoption to adopt rules that have the.same force in effect as the 90 people.that we elect to run to serve in the.legislature and the one person that we.elect as the governor that's important.and very and not very well understood.now we move down to the Metro functional.plan I am happy to tell you that if.you're not in metros jurisdiction you.don't have to worry about this at all.but if you are in metros jurisdiction.you have to worry about the Metro.functional plan the Metro functional.plan Metro is our regional government.for the Portland metropolitan region.Washington County Clackamas County and.Multnomah County Metro has jurisdiction.over parts of all of those parts of all.of those three counties but there are.parts of those counties that are outside.of metros jurisdiction as well Metro.their functional plan has.land-use components in it it's divided.into titles they they typically don't.deal directly indirectly with an.individual land use application but you.should know what they are if you're if.you're trying to develop land inside.metros jurisdiction then we have the.local comprehensive plan and the local.zoning ordinance now one of the things.that Senate bill 100 created was a.comprehend it was a requirement that.cities and counties enact comprehensive.plans and zoning ordinances prior to.that time a number of cities had local.zoning ordinances but a number of cities.and counties did not one of the main.things of Senate bill 100 was to create.the requirement that every city and.county have a comp plan and a zoning.ordinance and when you look at the comp.plan is is more like the Constitution.for the city it's usually amorphous it.doesn't have it doesn't have specifics.it says this is kind of what we want and.then the zoning ordinance goes in and.fills out fills in the blanks of the.comprehensive plan so all of those are.basics that we need to understand in.order to get how our land use system.functions this starts at the top and.ends at the bottom so if you're down at.the bottom if you're CC and R's you.those are subservient to every single.thing above them in this list so we'll.start at the very top we have the US.Constitution and for for land use and.development we're when we're talking.about the US Constitution we're really.talking about the takings clause the.Fifth Amendment to the US Constitution.that says private property shall not be.taken without just compensation well we.understand what that means it for the.most part essentially if a school.district wants to come in and buy ten.acres of your property to put a new.school in the Constitution says that.they can do that provided.that they demonstrate that it's public.use and they pay you just compensation.that's the take that's the takings.clause in a nutshell now there are.variations of that we have we have the.kilo case I don't know if you remember.the kilo case that was the case out of.Connecticut where the where the city of.New London decided that they were going.to take some homes along a along the.waterfront so that the Pfizer company.could build a drug manufacturing plant.to employ people in the city of New.London so they were essentially taking.property from one private citizen and.turning around and handing it to another.the city the US Supreme Court said that.was okay and of course set off a.firestorm and we Oregonians in action.addressed that in 2006 with the passage.of ballot measure 39 so we made sure.that that even though the Supreme Court.said that was okay under the takings.Clause it wasn't going to happen here.and then we have the other variation is.is the exaction issue the Dolan case.that we that we handled in the mid 90s.at Oia out of Tigard where this where.John Dolan went to apply to expand his.plumbing store in an old town Tigard and.the city of Tigard said okay we'll let.you expand your plumbing store but.you're going to give us a 10-foot strip.of your property for a bike path and.John said I'll sell you a 10-foot strip.of my property for a bike path and the.city said if you want your land use.permit you're going to give us a 10-foot.strip of property for your bike path and.of course john being an old he was.elderly at the time he's dead now.john being an elderly guy that strongly.believed that he didn't have to do that.challenge that case from the Tigard.Planning Commission to the Tigard City.Council to the Oregon Land Use Board of.Appeals to the Oregon Court of Appeals.to the United States Supreme Court and.we lost every step of the way until we.got to the US Supreme Court where we won.and then back down.from the US Supreme Court to the Oregon.Court of Appeals to the Oregon land-use.board of appeals and in washed and.finally to Washington County Circuit.Court where ten years after we started.this fight the Washington County Circuit.Court in about and right at the end of.the first week of trial the city of Tyre.did realize that things weren't going.well for them and they ended up buying.that ten-foot strip of John Dolan for.1.5 million dollars but that took ten.years and a trip to the US Supreme Court.for that to happen my point is the.takings Clause is really the part of the.US Constitution that applies here but.it's not it it's not you won't deal with.the takings Clause much in the land use.process the religious land use and.institutionalized persons act federal.law doesn't there's not much the feds.stay out of zoning and planning for the.most part ray lupa is one of the few.federal laws that we actually use as.part of a as part of a land use.application especially one if we're.dealing with as the as the acronyms.states with the religious use we have.used that law in the past to cite.churches in rural parts of the state and.even though our land our our land you.system would prohibit the church from.being sited there we were able to use.federal law and say look federal law.overrides your local your state and.local land use requirements and so.that's going there but again the main.point there is that the federal the you.don't have to deal much with federal law.and the land use in Oregon land use then.we have the Oregon Constitution the.Oregon Constitution has a takings clause.much like the federal constitution does.its article 1 section 18 of the Oregon.Constitution but the not surprisingly.our Supreme Court and Court of Appeals.do not take such an expansive view of.our takings clause.as the US Supreme Court does of the.federal takings Clause so if you're.gonna bring a takings Clause claim you.might throw in an article 1 section 18.argument but for the most part you're.going to stick with the Fifth Amendment.now we get down to where we really start.to have laws that affect land use.planning in Oregon and that's number.four the Oregon Revised Statutes most of.the land use stuff you'll see in Oregon.you'll find in chapters 195 197 215 and.227 195 has major 49 language it has.some wetlands language 197 is the main.land use planning chapter in the.statutes it's where LCDC has described.their powers are described etc 215.applies to counties and 227 applies to.cities from there we get the LCDC goals.and the Oregon administrative rules.because they're lower than the statutes.we know that if you have a conflict.between an LCDC administrative rule and.the statute the statute wins okay most.of the nitty-gritty details of any.particular land use application.particularly if it's a rural application.you'll find in the LCDC goals then we've.got the functional plan we talked about.that a minute ago then we have the comp.plan and the local zoning ordinance we.talked about that a minute ago and then.finally we have private Sonic's you see.in ours so if you want to live in a.neighborhood with CCN ours more power to.you I would not there seems like there's.always one person in the neighborhood.who becomes the neighborhood Nazi and.goes around and tells everybody else.that their grass is 1/4 inch too high.and they need to mow it or you know 1/8.of an inch or whatever or they can't.have their truck out in their their.pickup truck out in our parking lot or.whatever having said that almost all new.development as you folks will know is.subject to CC and ours and so it's.becoming harder and harder unless you.like me and live out in the country to.find peace that's not subject to CC and.ours.and we move on let's let's get into.urban land use and then we'll talk about.rural on urban there's really three.kinds of urban zones in in cities and.now we're talking about cities and.unincorporated you know there are large.parts of the Portland metro disturbing.growth boundary that are unincorporated.Aloha.for example that whole area that's Aloha.is not a city it's an unincorporated.urban area Washington County plans and.has jurisdiction over that but for the.most part we're talking about cities and.the zoning breaks down pretty simply its.residential commercial industrial we now.have we've had for about the last 15.years or so a move into mixed use zoning.where we have where we have condos with.commercial ground-floor commercial and.then residential over the top of that so.we've got we're moving away from that.old traditional model where we put the.houses in one part of town we put the.commercial properties typically in the.center part of town and then wherever we.had space left.usually the wetlands we zone that.industrial okay we're moving away from.that and and as we as we start to enact.Smart Growth policies but that's.typically what you're going to find in.town so when we're yeah yeah they didn't.hear in the back the question was is.there a sized component to the.requirement that all cities and counties.have comp plans and zoning ordinances.and the answer to that is no we the.legislature a few years ago and acted.enacted a law that said that the smaller.cities no longer have to go through.periodic review where they update their.zoning ordinance.and comp plan so a lot of the cities.especially when you get over into.Eastern Oregon a lot of the cities the.their zoning ordinances were enacted in.nineteen seventy nine or eighty or.whenever it was right after LCDC finally.told them you have to do something and.those haven't been changed I think about.Merrill.anybody here know where Merrill Oregon.is yeah that's right it's my dad was.born and raised in Merrill it's about 20.miles south of Klamath Falls right on.the border next to tule Lake Merrill had.a population in 1945 of 800 people.Merrill has a population in two hundred.2018 of eight hundred people and so they.don't have a whole lot of planning and.zoning issues and Merrill because.nothing ever changes so we get to lcd.sees the now these are the goals that.are going to apply if you're talking.about urban uses okay we've got goal one.which is the citizen participation goal.goal 3 which is egg lands go for which.is forest lands goal five which is the.natural resources goal we'll talk a.little bit about that.go 11 which is urban services designed.to make sure that if you have.development there are adequate urban.services to serve that development that.you're proposing and goal 14 which is.the urban growth boundary and which is.really where we're going to start goal.14 creates created five Oregon is unique.with an urban growth boundary system.there are others there are some other.states and regions within states that.have enacted similar principles but.Oregon is really still 45 years later.sort of one of a kind in urban growth.boundaries and the I've copied the goal.language there for you but the idea.behind goal 14 is that we're going to.establish you jeebies urban growth.boundaries and and the last part it.really tells you what it's going to do.what the main purpose of the goal is.it's to identify and separate urban uses.from rural uses okay.so if you're inside the urban growth.boundary under our land-use planning.system you're supposed to be making.urban uses the cities and counties are.supposed to be making urban uses of.their land inside the boundary if you're.outside the ugb those areas are supposed.to be preserved for rural land uses.that's basically in a nutshell what goal.14 provides so you say okay well what's.an urban growth boundary well an urban.growth boundary really isn't anything.other than a I don't know why I wrote it.this way an invisible line well there's.no such thing as an invisible line it is.a line drawn on the city's comprehensive.plan map that that you can go and look.if you know if you're going to Salem you.can go to the city you say them and say.do you have a map of your urban growth.boundary and they'll print you out a.nice shiny color map that shows you.where their urban growth boundary is if.you actually went out to those.properties and looked and said okay.where's the urban growth boundary you.won't find a wall or Stakes or anything.like that you won't be able to see it.but you have to go to the county and you.and you will find out where the urban.growth boundary is because it's a line.drawn on their map on their comp plan.map and the idea behind it as I said.earlier is it's going to separate the.urban uses from the rural uses that's.while and inside the urban growth.boundary typically sells for a lot more.than land outside the urban growth.boundary because you can do a lot more.with the land inside the urban growth.boundary and usually but not always also.marks the boundary between where the.city has planning jurisdiction and the.county has planning jurisdiction as I.said earlier in the metro area the.cities within metros jurisdiction do not.have their own urban growth boundaries.Metro has an urban growth boundary for.all the cities within the region and.there is a there's a lot of land in the.metro urban growth boundary that is.outside of cities it's unincorporated.and in those areas the county typically.retains planning jurist.even though it's inside the urban growth.boundary but for the most part for most.Oregon cities they have an urban growth.boundary they exercise planning.jurisdiction inside the boundary once.you get outside the boundary it's the.it's the county so if I have a ten lot.subdivision in the city of Beaverton I'm.going to be dealing with Beaverton if I.have a dog kennel on efu land in.Washington County outside of the murk.metros urban growth boundary.I'll deal with Washington County so how.do we ensure that we have adequate land.for development of all kinds housing and.the other kinds of development inside.the urban growth boundaries well that.now is where we turn to ORS 197 to 96.and remember in our hierarchy the.statutes were above the local regs and.metros regs and LCDs rules so this.statute takes precedent over everything.below that it really is for land use.purposes the statutes are really at the.top and ORS 197 to 96 which was passed.by John Chandler one of my buddies for.the homebuilders in 1995 it really is.the holy grail of planning for the.development community inside urban.growth boundaries because it requires.all of the larger Oregon cities cities.with at least 25,000 people to have.sufficient land inside their ug B's to.accommodate housing estimated housing.needs for 20 years.and the way that the cities demonstrate.that the LCD C's keeps an eye on the.city stand and requires them to do.what's known as buildable land's.inventories so they have to do a.buildable lands inventory to demonstrate.that they've got enough land available.land inside their urban growth boundary.Metro does this for the metro region to.handle all of their residential.development that's going to occur over.the next 20 years now you can argue.and I have at the Capitol that Metro.tends to pardon my french make up.with their buildable land inventory and.counts a lot of land for redevelopment.as some developed land that can be.developed more intensely and create a.number of units where we can all look at.that land and say okay you could say.that that lands at some point is going.to have vote for hundred units of.multi-family and we all know it ain't.never going to have 400 units of.multifamily but Metro counts it as 400.units of multifamily and thereby shorts.the region however many units above what.it'll actually ever develop at and so we.end up with a shortage of land inside.the Metro ugb which means the housing.prices go up as the housing prices go up.the people that should be buying houses.the younger people that should be buying.houses can no longer afford to buy.houses so they stay in the rentals.longer as they stay in the rentals.longer the rim the vacancy rates and the.rentals go down the landlord's raised.the rent and the people at the very.bottom that could afford the rent but.now can't because the rent gets raised.become homeless and then we have a whole.bunch of new problems as a result of.that and then the legislature gets crazy.and decides we're going to have rent.control which only exacerbates the.problem but now I'm in to Jillian's talk.but the point is the cities are supposed.to and metro are supposed to maintain a.20 year bill 20 year buildable lands.inventory and it really is for all of us.that are trying to develop land in the.boundary it really is the most important.statute that we have.LCDC also has a rule that says that the.cities have to have buildable land.supply for employment uses the 20-year.land buildable and supply requirement in.the statute applies to residential not.industrial or commercial but that's an.important statute.so what do we do you know what if the.city is we've got so much growth into.the port limit or into the region or.into our city or whatever and we've.discovered through our building the.lands inventory that we need more a bit.more land for housing they do one of.three things they expand the boundary.expand the ugb they increase density or.typically what they do is number three.they do they do a little bit of both.they do a boundary except they try and.get a boundary expansion and they try.and change the density in some of their.residential neighborhoods to accommodate.the next twenty years worth of people.that want to move their metro is in the.process of doing this right now they're.meeting next week or they're meeting.actually Thursday and then the following.Thursday on a proposal by for City.Sherwood are not Sherwood King City.Beaverton Hillsboro and Wilsonville to.expand the boundary I think they're I.think they're expanding by 2,000 acres I.think is the total of the expansion.which will create 9,000 units.you'd think well gee 9,000 units that's.a lot except Metro by their own estimate.has determined that we need 300,000.units in the Portland metropolitan.region to have 20 years worth of.buildable land supply the the urban.growth boundary expansion will only.commad eight nine thousand units meaning.they've got 291 thousand units to try.and do try and fig she warned into the.existing urban growth boundary which.means the city the people in the city of.Portland who bought homes on five.thousand square foot Lots and thought.they were in heaven are all of a sudden.going to find themselves with having for.one thousand square foot tiny homes or.four tiny homes on thousand square foot.Lots with all those people driving their.cars and trying to park on the streets.and all of a sudden the whole idea of.well gee you know we we like a tighter.growth boundary may not be so popular.but we'll see so we talked about goal.three and forth at the start of this.urban use and you say well why do we.care about goal three and four that's.the farm and the forest land goals and.goal 3 says that AG lands shall be.preserved and maintained for farm use.the whole idea of goal three is that.we're going to maintain an Ag base now.remember Senate bill 101 acted in the.set in the mid 70s when the two primary.industries in Oregon were AG and forests.so these two goals were really at the.heart of the Oregon's land-use planning.system goal threes the AG land goals.basically says farm land we're going to.use farm land for farming goal for is.the forest land goal to conserve forest.lands by maintaining the forest land.base and at that time forests the timber.industry was they by far the leading.industry in Oregon it's not that way.anymore the spotted owl did took care of.that.but you know at that time that was that.that was the the the the industry and we.haven't changed the language of goal.three and four since they were first.enacted in 1975 so how much land in.Amenas farm enforce tell you what.this'll tucky get to why this is.important in terms of urban development.all of it this is the answer and we've.talked about this for years.these are LC DC's numbers these aren't.numbers that Jillian's and Chandler and.I made up on the back of a napkin these.are real honest-to-goodness LCDC numbers.according to that two LCDC 97% of all.the privately owned land outside of.urban growth boundaries in Oregon is.zoned for farmers forest use so if you.get outside of an urban growth boundary.in Oregon and you get on fine private.land out there 97% of that private land.will be zoned as either farm or forest.or maybe mixed farm force there's some.of that too and in the Willamette Valley.those I think those numbers are even.higher than 97% basically everything.outside of urban grow.boundaries in the Willamette Valley will.be zoned for farmer Forrest use and this.last point is the key urban development.is inconsistent with farm and forest use.and so LCDC takes a very dim view if you.want to go out and do a 240 lot.subdivision on 40 acres of efu land and.you know between Salem and Portland okay.they don't like that so understand that.when you go to expand when a city.decides to expand its boundary chances.are almost certain a hundred percent.certain that they're going to expand on.to what zone for either farm or forest.use and when they try and do that LCDC.doesn't take a very they don't like that.very much so the point is it's tough for.a city to expand its urban growth.boundary in Oregon and we've seen that.play out especially in the Willamette.Valley as City after city has struggled.to expand its urban growth boundary.Metro has expanded its urban growth.boundary a few times since since they.got land-use planning authority and the.80s every time they've expanded their.urban growth boundary they've been sued.and every time they've been sued they've.lost and every time it's come back to.them and they've had to fix it.or as was the case in 2014 the.legislature finally got tired of them.screwing around and we had so many.people coming here and moving here so.fast that we needed the land now and the.legislature stepped in and said ok Metro.we're tired of waiting for you to get.this done right and the legislature did.a forum at least for Washington County.now we'll move on from goals 3 and 4 and.14 to el CDC's goal 1 if I hear anything.at the Capitol from the lay people that.come down and testify on land use I hear.more about goal 1 than anything else.goal 1 is the state citizen involvement.goal I've laid out on the first.a point what it's designed to do it's a.svet essentially designed to give people.the right to participate in land-use.planning in Oregon and we at the both in.the statutes and in the administrative.rules have taken that to the extreme.okay it's not a popular position to go.down to the Capitol and say the public.shouldn't be involved in every single.land-use planning decision that there is.but that's the position I take all the.time because we have over killed citizen.participation in this state and we've.done that by making nearly all land use.applications whether these be urban.applications or rural subject to a.multi-level review okay we have.typically an application is filed that.application goes to a Planning.Commission or a hearings officer from.there it can be appealed by anyone who.shows up it can be appealed to the City.Council the Board of County.Commissioners whatever it is the final.decision-maker for the county or the.city from there it can be appealed to.the Oregon land-use board of appeals.from there it can be appealed to the.Oregon Court of Appeals and from there.it can be appealed to the Oregon Supreme.Court and the Supreme Court doesn't have.to take it and they typically don't take.many land use cases but the point is it.takes a long time to get through that.process and not only does it take a long.time to get through that process where.your time time is money for the in the.development community so not only does.it take a long time to get there but if.there are 78 approval criteria in your.for your whatever it is you're trying to.do and the city and their final order.says okay here's how we've met all 78 of.these criteria applicant has met all 78.of these criteria and it turns out that.Luba says well T you know you did a.really good job.you met 77 out of the 78 but you didn't.meet the 78 then guess what happens the.whole thing goes.back and you start over and so the point.is we have over killed citizen.participation should the citizens should.you be in should the citizens get to be.involved in land use planning decisions.yes.but they ought to be involved at the.front end of the process when the cities.are doing their comp plans and zoning.ordinances rather than at the back end.when we have individual applications.that get yo-yoed back and forth up and.down the the legal ladder and you know.make it more difficult to actually get.anything done so there's my tirade on.goal one but again I tell the.legislature that all the time and.believe me it's hard to get elected.officials to take the position that the.citizens shouldn't be entitled to vote.on every single thing that that they.think they ought to so who takes.advantage of goal one well those people.are NIMBYs mainly they're also known as.the Friends of something I can tell you.right now with 100% certainty if you are.representing an applicant in a local.hearing and someone gets up during the.during because remember anybody who.shows up can testify and they say.whatever they want if someone shows up.and says they are from the Friends of.something they are not your friend okay.they are probably an MB NIMBY is the.acronym you've probably all heard it.stands for not in my backyard oh I'm a.big supporter of the land you system yes.I believe we need development I.understand that people are moving to the.area and I totally support that 240 unit.apartment complex as long as it's over.on the other side of town okay that.those are the main people that I hear.talking about goal one now I won't waste.a whole lot of time on that you know.what that is right well.it's a banana its what a bananas I refer.to bananas as the Hezbollah splinter.faction of the NIMBYs they are also.known as land watch okay isn't that.enough sort of an ominous term you know.land watch and don't what keeping our.eye on you what a banana stands for is.build absolutely nothing anywhere near.anything okay.these folks think that the last.subdivision that should have that should.be built is the subdivision where they.just bought a house and nobody else.should come after them.it's do they like it just the way it is.and so we're gonna make sure that we.don't have any more development well.that's fine if four Egan wasn't growing.but the Portland metropolitan region is.growing at about three hundred thousand.people every ten years and it's been.steady doing that for the last thirty.years and so we got to find a place for.all those people to live so as long as.people keep having kids and Californians.keep moving up here because they can't.find an affordable house in their state.we are going to have to find places for.them to live and the whole banana thing.doesn't work very well I have a credo.that I live by and that and if I ever if.you were ever my realtor and I was.looking to buy a house to live in this.would be my my charge to you I will.never buy property next to a NIMBY or a.banana ever life's too short.and the majority of calls that I get.from property owners who are who are.having some kind of land-use problems.are typically generated because of a.neighbor okay.life's not worth it living next to a.neighbor that's going to call the county.or the city every time you do something.that they don't like very well I'll give.you the opposite to that I bought my.house I live on three acres in rural.Washington County I bought my house in.2002.and I moved in on Labor Day my house was.built in 1969 I spent Saturday of Labor.Day weekend of 2002 tearing out green.shag carpet from 1969 shake carpets.gross I don't know why people ever.decided that it was a good idea but.somebody did and it certainly didn't the.people that built my house and so I tore.out green shag carpet and they had.raised nine kids on in this house and.believe me it was nasty but I was.tearing out green shag carpeting and on.Saturday of Labor Day weekend in 2002 I.have met my neighbor the night before it.was about 95 degrees that day at the.Labor Day so it hadn't rained for two.months I go out there on Saturday.morning with covered with dirt and skin.and whatever else came billowing out of.that 1969 green shade carpet and I look.over at my neighbor and he's got a.burning barrel and he's got flames.coming out of that burning barrel like.six feet high and it hadn't rained for.months and we live out in the country we.don't live and you know there ain't no.fire hydrant anywhere nearby and so I.look at my son must be a burn day and he.said every day is a burn day here and so.I thought at that time you and I are.gonna get along just fine he does his.thing I do mine but the point is for me.anyway I would never buy you you need to.know who your neighbors are before you.buy something because if you got a bad.neighbor if they're a friend of.something you don't want to live next.level okay so now we'll move on to goal.five goal five is the state's natural.resource goal scenic views open spaces.historic areas wildlife habitat riparian.areas wetlands the like that that goal.applies a lot in inside the urban growth.boundaries in the way that that happens.is cities will create overlay goal five.overlay zones that sit on top of the.underlying zoning of the property so you.may have our five.property zoned r5 residential five units.an acre and it may have a goal five.overlay on top of that that even though.it's under the r5 zoning you could.develop it at five units an acre because.of the overlay you may not be able to.develop at five units an acre you may.not be able to develop that property at.all so you need to understand not just.the underlying zoning but if there are.any goal five overlays on that property.city of portland has the the.environmental protection the EP and the.ec zones the environmental protection.and the environmental conservation zones.those are their goal five zones and they.are pervasive in parts of the city of.portland so even though the zoning might.be correct for the use that you want to.do if it has a goal five overlay you may.not be able to do that so you need to.understand that as well and then so we.get back to our question that we that we.posited a little while ago so city needs.to grow so what's it gonna do well again.you can increase density you can expand.the boundary you can do both but the.problem is as you probably all are aware.if we try and increase density you make.the people intent that are already in.town mad so that's not very popular if.we expand try and expand the boundary.then we hear sprawl you know you're.sprawling out or urban sprawl you got it.you're destroying all the sacred.farmland that we have in in the state so.that's not very popular and then we add.on all of the goals that we just talked.about this.citizen participation goal which gets.the NIMBYs and the bananas in the door.and we've got the farm and forest land.goals and we got the natural resource.goal and we've got the goal eleven which.deals with urban services and we got.goal 14 which deals with the urban.growth boundary we deal with all of.those and essentially you end up with.difficulty you guys know who that is.right.that's former governor Kitzhaber.needless to say a lot of times governor.Kitzhaber and i didn't necessarily agree.on policy but he said this and I totally.agree with this there are two things.Oregonians hate density and sprawl okay.well that's fine when the state's not.growing like in the 1980s but it doesn't.work very well when the states try it.when this people are moving here and.we're trying to figure out places to put.them and we've got the other state.agencies that are involved we've got DSL.with their wetlands with our wetlands.work there be there will be legislation.this session on DSL and their and their.wetlands and their mitigation stuff.I'm deeply involved in that that will be.I think a positive I'm not sure we can.get it passed but but it's coming and we.got DEQ with stormwater permits we have.shippo the State Historic Preservation.Office with historic resources you've.seen in the last couple of years people.in the more well-to-do neighborhoods in.Portland.all of a sudden deciding to expand their.historic resource district and.essentially try and prohibit density.from coming into their neighborhood we.don't want to sprawl out onto farmland.and so city of Port we're glad that the.city of Portland is taking all of these.additional housing units as long as they.go over to the poor folk in North.Portland or out in lands or wherever.just keep them out of our fancy.neighborhood and the state the state.also regulates that ship Odo's and then.we have the Columbia River Gorge scenic.act which those of you from Hood River.County the eastern part of Multnomah.County and Wasco County know all about.that is a that's an actual and.interstate compact and the gorge.commission has all kinds of strange and.unique rules for development in the.gorge the gorge commission is a bi-state.compact it's an agency of both the state.estates of.organ and the states of Washington if.you got gorge development issues call me.I've done a fair amount of work out.there but for the most part people.outside the gorge don't need to.understand that one then we have local.issues on top of our state issues we've.and the state agencies we've got SDC's.which stand for system development.charges those are the extra charges that.a city impose typically a city in some.cases a county imposes on development to.offset the cost the impact and the cost.of the development so we have street.we have street transportation SDC's.we've got parks SDC's etc depending on.your jurisdiction and those are really.driven jurisdiction by jurisdiction.depending on your jurisdictions SDC's.can add as much as fifty thousand.dollars a unit to a to every single.house that you build in the neighborhood.it's it's interesting when you know the.legislature tell says you guys do need.to build affordable housing and you say.well the because you because metro won't.expand the urban growth boundary land.within the boundary that's available for.development is selling for between six.to eight hundred thousand dollars an.acre and we've got $50,000 or SDC's on.every single house we want to build and.so how do you again expect us to build.affordable housing and they look at you.like you're from mars but it you know.it's the truth and then we have.exactions which we talked about we also.have the local zoning with the goal five.inventories we've got tree ordinances a.number of cities want to be tree.friendly which is fine but when they're.claiming that a particular piece of.property will be available to develop at.say 20 units and the tree ordinances on.the property are such that the most.you'll ever get is five then they're.shorting the region fifteen units we've.got site design height restriction.setbacks etc and then we have the fun of.annexation remember a while back a.number of cities had requirements that.before they could.next land into their city for.development the voters had to give a.thumbs up or a thumbs down on that so.even if you met all the land-use.criteria and the City Council approved.you to come in and annex you still had.to go to the voters for a thumbs up or a.thumbs down where the NIMBYs and the.bananas who had lost at every step of.the way in the land use process went out.with with 8 you know 8 by 11 glossy.mailers into every neighbourhood saying.we can't we can't have any more growth.here and you know we did we got rid of.that by the way in 2016 our 2015 I know.16 I guess it was at the legislature so.we don't have that deal with that.problem anymore so how are we doing.housing permits we average about 19,000.a year and our housing permits according.to the state economist who also says we.need 25,000 a year to keep up with the.growth in Oregon so we're falling short.6,000 units a year we're under building.by 6,000 units year we're at a hundred.thousand our current shortage is out a.hundred thousand and it's growing every.year because we can under building and.so with that you're going to have all.the associated problems you got you've.got a big demand and a short supply so.the prices are going to go up and we've.seen that the prices are going up and.you have and you have you make it harder.for young folks who used to buy a house.to do that so now we'll move on to rural.land use and I've just got just a few.slides left on rural land use we're.really talking about AG and forests for.the most part as I said 97% of the Billy.owned land is owned for Ag in forests we.have small bits that 3% that's left is.comprised from of rural residential.rural industrial and the rural.industrial sites are typically old mill.sites that have been put to to.industrial use for you know 80 90 a.hundred years and so when the county.went to do its first its first comp plan.map they.and well that's an old mill site will.call that industrial it's a rural.industrial and then we've got rural.commercial and you'll see a few of those.around and then you've got.unincorporated communities those are.those are typically towns that were.loosely developed into a sort of a town.in 1973 they're not a town they're not.incorporated they don't have a mayor.they don't have a council but but they.you know they're they're a kind of a.town any of you been to Pleasant Hill in.Lane County on out of Eugene on your way.over to Oak Ridge the Pleasant Hill is.an unincorporated community there is no.city of Pleasant Hill and that's what.we've got in the rural areas the main.goals for the rural areas again our goal.one goal three goal for end goal five.egg land forest land natural resources.and the the citizen participation goal.the goal three egg land farm use is an.outright permitted use in the farm and.both the farm the goal 3 and the goal 4.zones your typical farm designation your.goal 3 designation is exclusive farm use.efu so if you go to most counties their.farm zones are going to be labeled.exclusive farm uee so when I get calls.from somebody that wants to do something.on their 40 acres and I asked them how.its own almost invariably I get efu that.stands for exclusive farm use there are.some counties that have some variations.of that Washington County has an AF 20.zone AG force 20 it's also an exclusive.farm use zone and all the exclusive farm.use goal 3 laws apply to it even though.it's called a F 28 that confuses people.the when you get outside of farming and.forestry and goal 3 you also they also.allow accessory uses to farming but.they're generally considered conditional.uses so you have to get a land use.approval for them which me.that you're inviting the NIMBYs and the.bananas in to share your pain for the.next however many months they decide to.torture you before you can get the right.to build a house on 40 acres out in the.pucker brush in Grant County where no.one should give a damn that you're going.out to build a house on Fort in fact.Grant County ought to hold a party for.you because Grant County's population is.declining and here's somebody that's.actually wants to develop something here.but that you know those are treated as.conditional uses of farm dwellings farm.stands processing plants to like and.non-farm uses are also allowed but.they're also conditional and they're.highly regulated if you're talking about.rural use unlike urban use a lot of the.urban use regulations are done at the.local level and LCDC doesn't have us.that they play a role but it's not as.big a role for the urban uses when.you're talking about rural uses the.counties have their comp plants and.their zoning ordinances but they are.heavily influenced by El CDC's rules.LCDC really sets the standards for rural.uses and so they allow some non farm.rural uses churches schools dog kennels.parks campgrounds basically low.intensity things that you would normally.find in a rural area the chances of you.having a campground in downtown Portland.aren't very high except they kind of do.have some campgrounds in downtown for.living.okay the forestland that's goal four.it's a lot like farmland Forest.Practices aren't outright permitted use.dwellings and forest owns are heavily.restricted even more restricted than.they are in farm zones and timber.harvesting of course is one of the.things that's allowed and expected in a.forest zone but when you deal with the.timber harvest you're not dealing with.Oregon land use law at that point you're.dealing with the Forest Practices Act.the timber industry was smart back in 73.one of the one of the things that they.provided for was that we're not going to.have our timber practices governed.dictated by the local governments we're.going to have the Oregon Department of.Forestry do that so they stayed for the.most part out of the land use system and.they they're governed by the Oregon.Forest Practices Act then we've got goal.five goal 5 is applies mainly inside the.urban growth boundary but it also.applies outside the urban growth.boundary too you'll see a lot of the.most common goal five regulation that.you'll see outside of the urban growth.boundary is a mule deer some type of.winter range regulation especially in.Eastern Oregon Deschutes County for.example has a goal five mule deer winter.range.overlay they apply that over the top.just like they do in town they apply.that over the top of the underlying.zoning so you're efu you have an e fu.base zone and on top of that you have a.goal five sensitive mule deer winter.range overlay and even though you might.be able to do something based on the on.the goal three administrative rules and.the county code there are limitation.extra limitations imposed on that as a.result of the goal five mule deer winter.range overlay sage-grouse habitat is.another one over in Eastern Oregon those.poor folks over there by the way.we are growing like a weed in the.Willamette Valley and Eastern Oregon.they are doing everything they can to.get someone to move out there they are.actually almost every stern Oregon.County is smaller today than it was in.population than it was in 1950 they are.having a hard time keeping their schools.open they're having a hard time keeping.their hospitals open and their towns are.dying and yet under our state system we.treat those people the same way that we.treat the people in the valley which.seems sort of bass-ackwards to me we.ought to be doing everything we can to.figure out how to get people to move.into those into those Eastern Oregon.counties but obviously the LCDC doesn't.see things the same way and then we have.goal one again our citizen involvement.goal.LCDC really over for the first 40 years.of the program has spent an inordinate.amount of time focusing on goal three.and four why they've done that I don't.know but they've ignored for the most.part goal nine the economic development.goal goal ten the housing goal instead.of instead of focusing on those which.affect almost all of all Oregonians.because almost all of us live in town.instead of doing that they spent all of.their time on goal three and four.adopting regulation after regulation to.make it hard for someone to do something.on rural land and I don't I never have.understood why they've done that but.nevertheless that's what they've done.now they're finally turning the corner.on that I guess they figured they've.tortured people enough out in the rural.areas and of course we also have measure.49 which prevents them from enacting new.regulations which would take away a use.that's allowed and in a rural zone.including farm and forest practices and.so maybe we've succeeded in making.it harder for them to do that but you.know the number of people that have come.into my office over the twenty plus.years that I've been doing this with.just absolutely gut wrenching stories.about how they want to do the most.simplest thing build a house for.themselves to live on their land but.they can't because some pinhead at LCDC.decided that building how a building a.house on 20 acres outside of town was a.bad idea.it just it occupied the first 20 years.of my time at Oia trying to help those.people and we finally did with 37 at 49.and we're finally getting the state to.move into the two areas and actually and.actually getting them to be positive on.areas of trying to make sure that we.have development for our folks in the.urban areas where really they really we.need the help so with that that's it.

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