The city or county may approve an application filed under ORS 307.615 if the city or county finds that:
(1) In the case of the construction, addition or conversion of multiple-unit housing:
(a) The owner has agreed to include in the construction, addition or conversion as a part of the multiple-unit housing one or more design elements benefiting the general public as specified by the city or the county, including but not limited to open spaces, parks and recreational facilities, common meeting rooms, child care facilities, transit amenities and transit or pedestrian design elements.
(b) The proposed construction, addition or conversion project is or will be, at the time of completion, in conformance with all local plans and planning regulations, including special or district-wide plans developed and adopted pursuant to ORS chapters 195, 196, 197, 215 and 227, that are applicable at the time the application is approved.
(2) In the case of housing that is or becomes subject to a low income housing assistance contract with an agency or subdivision of this state or the United States, it is important to the community to preserve or establish the housing as low income housing and it is probable that the housing would not be produced, be established or remain as low income housing without the exemption being granted.
(3) The owner has complied with all standards and guidelines adopted by cities or counties pursuant to ORS 307.606 (4). [Formerly 307.650]Section: Previous 307.603 307.605 307.606 307.609 307.610 307.612 307.615 307.618 307.620 307.621 307.624 307.627 307.630 307.631 307.634 Next
Last modified: August 7, 2008