The Lake Oswego City Council will hold a special meeting to discuss potential revisions to the Sensitive Lands Program at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 10, at City Hall. The topic is an important one for residents of the Glenmorrie Neighborhood, where a large number of properties are considered to have Sensitive Lands, i.e. properties with features like streams, wetlands and tree groves.
The June 10 meeting will be a study session to consider the proposed revisions, which aim to ease up Sensitive Lands restrictions on property owners while at the same time protecting natural resources in Lake Oswego.
You can find the meeting’s agenda and background information here.