Clackamas County Planning Division has recently received an "Ag - Farm Management Plan" land use application for 20565 S. Redland Road. Zoning on this property is "EFU Exclusive Farm Use, TBR Timber Zone".
"Application Proposal: The applicant is seeking a primary farm dwelling through the income test as provided within the ordinance. The farm operation that produced the income was from beef cattle and Christmas trees. The primary farm operator (the applicant, Duane Stroupe) will be the person that occupies the dwelling as provided for in Subsection 401.05(D)(5)(e). Any proposed dwelling shall meet the setbacks standards of the EFU zone." Click here to view application.
Members of Protect Redland are looking into this recent filing and are working on "letters of comment" for you to use as templates in response to this case. Watch here as information unfolds about this new application.
The Redland-Viola-Fischer Mill Community Planning Organization meets monthly (1st Tuesdays at 7:15pm) at the Redland Grange
located on Fischers Mill Rd next to the Redland Store.
In light of the current events that have taken place in our neighborhood, we have learned that we must be vigilant about what is happening in our community. By attending these meetings, you can stay informed about current proposals, have a voice in the process and get involved in the event that something else comes up. Grab a neighbor and come attend the meetings!
You can help maintain the livability of your community.
If you haven't already established a "buddy" system with your neighbors, do it today! Say hello... exchange phone numbers...
when you go away for an extended amount of time, let at least one
of them know when you will be gone and when you will return, and
if anyone is expected to be at your home while you are away.
Look out for each other... it's the neighborly thing to do!
This website was initially established in October 2010 to provide Redland area residents with information about a Composting and BioMass Energy Facility being proposed in their area. Today, the site is maintained to keep the community informed of what is happening around them including community meetings and events.