Construct Water Pipeline from Mary S. Young Park to the Lake Oswego Water Treatment Plant on Kenthorpe Way and on to Lake Oswego via Hwy 43
Conditional Use Permit (CUP)
Appeal of final decision
Public Notice Deadline:
Mail 9/26/12, Tidings 10/4/12
4260 Kenthorpe WayWest Linn, OR 97068
The application submitted by the Lake Oswego-Tigard Water Supply Partnership is for the installation of a new raw water transmission line under the Willamette River from the existing river intake pump station on the Clackamas River, to a point near the mouth of Mary S. Young Creek in West Linn. From this point, the applicant proposes installing pipe to the existing Lake Oswego Water Treatment Plant. From the plant, the finished water pipe is proposed to continue along Mapleton Drive and then Highway 43 to Lake Oswego. Link to Pre-Application Information PLEASE FOLLOW THIS LINK TO THE APPEAL PROJECT PAGE AP-12-03 City Council will reconvene on Monday, January 28th at 6 pm ~~ The deadline to submit written testimony to Council is Tuesday, January 22 at 10 am.
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