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December 11, 2007


Wow, what a resource and archive you are becoming for this topic area. Great job; this is seminal info.

On December 12 Yamhill County Commissioners attempted to enact a vesting Ordinance that no one had seen. The proposed action was not on the agenda and there had been no public notification that it would be voted on. Fortunately one Commission member decided that a public hearing was needed Reluctanly they decided to schedule one 6 days before Christmas. Proposed Ordinance does not notify neighbors or the public until after a Hearings Officer has made a decision on the vesting application. This is wrong.

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