Below is an update to the URA in Lake Oswego. It is indicative of how City councils use these unchecked taxing districts. Rob T......
Lake Oswego council could repeal Foothills urban renewal district: Clackamas County Roundup
The recently approved urban renewal district for the Foothills area could be dissolved next month after the Lake Oswego City Council on Tuesday set a public hearing that will address getting rid of it.
The district got the go-ahead at the previous council’s last meeting of the year in December, just weeks before the new council -- one with a majority of councilors who oppose urban renewal for the Foothills area -- took over.
The district was set up to fund infrastructure improvements in the 107-acre Foothill District that would hopefully spur private development in the area.
Lake Oswego City Council approves Foothills area urban renewal district
An urban renewal district to fund infrastructure improvements in the Foothills area is a go after the Lake Oswego
City Council voted Tuesday night to approve it. The 4-3 vote to create the renewal district came at the council’s last meeting of the year, just weeks before a new council -- one with a majority of councilors who oppose urban
renewal -- will take over.
Possible Nike site could be added to Enterprise Zone next week
Urban Renewal gone bad---read the stories
Coos Bay---New Information added to the Visitor's Center page...
Coos Bay---What's a measly $120,000 to $180,000 over 6 years, eh?
Coos Bay---Just a "Slight" Conflict of Interest Here. Or did ANYONE notice?
Coos Bay---Padding City of Coos Bay Salaries With Urban Renewal Tax Dollars
See the Cash Cow of Coos Bay----Hear it eat your money---The Coos Bay URA
Coos Bay Urban Renewal Minutes from 1/2/2000 to 5/15/2012 as shown
Must See Documentary---"Battle for Brooklyn"
Vote NO Bandon Pool!
A Photo Inquiry Into The Egyptian Theatre and Complete Fiscal
Incompetence In Coos Bay Oregon
Here is a good Example of Bad Planning and Density Control....
Email Alert from a Watchdog in Myrtle Point
MGX---ORC, does it still get its enterprise zone exemptions???