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Growth management in Aumsville, Oregon : a case study Public Deposited

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  • Efforts to directly control the amount and timing of residential growth in Aumsville, Oregon, were unsuccessful in receiving approval from the Land Conservation and Development Commission (LCDC) at a series of public hearings in 1978. A review of the issues raised at the hearings suggests LCDC supports the right of local governments to manage growth, but requires those governments to coordinate growth management plans with a regional body and detail the plan in an implementing ordinance. Criteria for developing growth management ordinances include: techniques which relate directly to stated objectives; flexibility to accommodate market changes; and legal review of the ordinance prior to adoption.
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