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T HE C OLUMBIA P RESS
CITY COMMISSION OF TH E CITY OF W ARREN TON
July 28, 2020 – 6:00 P.M.
Warrenton City Commission Chambers
225 South Main Avenue, Warrenton, OR 97146
This is a Preliminary Agenda. A final Agenda and full meeting packet
w ill be available on the City ’s w ebsite at w w w .ci.w arrenton.or.us and at
City Hall after 4:0 0 p.m . on Friday , July 24, 20 20 .
BU SIN ESS ITEMS
Consideration of Second Reading of Ordinance No. 1241; Outdoor
Consideration of Approval to Advertise to Bid – SE Anchor (Harbor
– SE 3rd Street) Water Main Replacement Project
Consideration of Approval to Advertise to Bid – 2020 Pavement
Consideration of Approval to Advertise to Bid – SW Alder (SW 2nd
Street to SW 1st Street)
Consideration of Emergency Declaration Extension; Resolution No.
D ISCU SSION ITEMS
HWY 101 – HWY 104 – Perkins Lane Intersection Improvements
League of Oregon Cities 2021 Legislative Agenda
EXECU TIVE SESSION
Under the authority of ORS 192.660(2)(d); to conduct deliberations with
persons designated by the governing body to carry on labor negotiations.
W arrenton City Hall is accessible to the disabled. An interpreter for the
hearing im paired m ay be requested under the term s of ORS 192.630 by
contacting Daw ne Shaw , City Recorder, at 50 3-861-0 823 at least 48 hours
in advance of the m eeting so appropriate assistance can be provided.
N OTICE OF PU BLIC H EARIN G
The Warrenton Planning Commission will hold a public hearing at 6:00
p.m. on Thursday, August 13, 2020, in the City Commission Chambers,
Warrenton City Hall, 225 S. Main Ave. regarding a land-use application for
site design review submitted by NW Natural for development of an office,
warehouse, and storage facility on Southeast Dolphin Avenue, to the north
of the existing PacificCorp facility, and to the south of the existing Oregon
Department of Transportation facility. The subject property consists of tax-
The application will be reviewed under the procedures, applicable stan-
dards and criteria in Warrenton Municipal Code Chapter 16.60 General
Industrial District; Chapter 16.120 Access and Circulation; Chapter 16.124
Landscaping, Street Trees, Fences and Walls; Chapter 16.128 Vehicle and
Bicycle Parking; Chapter 16.132 Clear Vision Areas; Chapter 16.136 Public
Facilities Standards; Chapter 16.140 Stormwater and Surface Water Man-
agement; Chapter 16.144 Signs; Chapter 16.152 Grading, Excavating and
Erosion Control Plans; Chapter 16.192 Large-Scale Developments; Section
16.208.050 Type III Procedure – Quasi-Judicial; and Chapter 16.212 Site
Anyone wishing to participate in the above-noted public hearing may
present testimony orally at the public hearing, or submit written testimony,
which must be received by the Warrenton Planning and Building Depart-
ment no later than 4:00 p.m. on the day of the hearing. Written comments
may be mailed to the Community and Economic Development Department,
P.O. Box 250, Warrenton Oregon 97146-0250. Failure to raise an issue on
the record in person or by letter before the close of the record at the public
hearing, or failure to provide statements or evidence sufficient to afford the
decision-making body an opportunity to respond to the issue, will preclude
appeal to the City Commission based on that issue.
Anyone wishing to review and/or purchase copies of the application and/
or staff report may do so at the City of Warrenton Planning and Building
Department, Warrenton City Hall, 225 South Main, Warrenton. The staff
report will be available for review at no cost at least seven days before the
hearing date. Anyone wishing to review and/or purchase copies of the ap-
plication and/or staff report may make an appointment to do so by contact-
ing Mark Barnes, Interim City Planner, at 503.861.0920 or cityplanner@
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asked questions to tips about
how to effectively wear them.
Bars and restaurants also
must close at 10 p.m. statewide.
h oW to CoMplain
Oregon’s Occupational Safe-
ty and Health Administration
recommends the public use
its online form for reporting
“We will continue to take
phone calls about workplace
hazards concerning the nov-
el coronavirus,” said Michael
Wood, administrator for Ore-
gon OSHA. “However, our on-
line system is just as fast – if
not faster – at absorbing com-
plaints and allowing us to effi-
ciently respond to them.”
OSHA enforces the state’s
workplace safety and health
rules and works to improve
conditions for Oregon workers.
The online form can be found
at osha.oregon.gov under the
“get help” tab.
s oMe Care visiting alloWed
Licensed long-term care
providers may provide limit-
ed outdoor visitation for res-
idents if the facility develops
a plan to ensure COVID-19
Following safety prerequi-
sites -- health screenings, face
coverings, physical distancing,
limits on the number of visi-
tors -- is mandatory.
While visits with family and
friends are essential to well-be-
ing, they also create significant
risk for residents and workers.
The Department of Human
Services outdoor visitation
policy applies to all facilities
licensed by the Office of Aging
and People with Disabilities,
including nursing, assisted
living, residential and memo-
ry care facilities, as well as all
adult foster homes.
“We hope this policy provides
some relief to residents, their
family members and friends
who we know have suffered
extreme hardship as a result
of visitation restrictions,” said
Mike McCormick of the state
Office of Aging.