Hood River County To Wait On Unincorporated Plans

Hood River County Commissioners have decided to wait until the state provides more clarity on policy issues before proceeding with the long-talked about unincorporated community plans for Odell and Parkdale.  County Administrator David Meriwether says the plans, which were supposed to be done as part of periodic review of the County’s land use plan years ago, could end up with a fairly restrictive unincorporated community boundary, and Commissioners are worried that might not be in the best interest of the County.  Meriwether noted the state Land Conservation and Development Commission is trying to figure out how to deal with problems in periodic review processes experienced by 40 to 50 different cities and counties.  He added the County did receive grant funds for putting the unincorporated community plans together, which could complicate the matter.

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