January Hamlet Meeting Recap

Guest speakers at this month’s meeting included Sergeant Clint Pierce from the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office, Barbara Derkacht from Village at the Falls, and Katie Wilson, Staff Liaison for Clackamas County. 

Land Use Activities:

    1. Z0446-19 owner/applicant Curtis Bailey, 17199 S Burk Road Beavercreek, zoned RRFF5, 4.93 acres, requesting a new temporary home for care to assist with care of Curtis Bailey. Requesting exceptions to provisions that temporary dwelling be sited with 100 feet of permanent dwelling and utilization of the same septic system. Approved subject to conditions.
    2. Z0245-19 nonconforming use – alteration/verification, applicant Steven Patterson, property owner Douglas Patterson, 17511 S Henrici Road, Oregon City, zoned RRFF5, 4.10 acres, requesting… (see application), both approved subject to conditions and denied due to structure not being lawfully established.
    3. Z0456-19 owner/applicant Nathan Edmonds, 20229 S Hwy 213 Oregon City, zoned RRFF5, .51 acres, requesting an alteration of a nonconforming use (an existing chiropractic clinic) to expand the existing 1,280 sf of building to 2,816 sf. Approved subject to conditions.
    4. Beavercreek Road Concept Plan – January 13, 2020, OC Planning Commission Hearing. September 9th OC Planning Commission Hearing – Parks, Enhanced Home Occupation/Cottage Industry, Upland Habitat.

New business included an update on a meeting between board members and Dan Johnson, Director, Clackamas County Transportation & Development in Beavercreek; a status report on the Willamette Falls Legacy Project; a discussion around guest speakers to invite to the Hamlet meetings in 2020; a report on 2020 activities and goals established at the December board meeting; a planning commission update from board chair Tammy Stevens; and an announcement that the Democratic Party is seeking a candidate for District 39. The next Hamlet meeting is February 26.

Download the February 2020 issue.


The Hamlet of Beavercreek is a volunteer-run community group that exists to protect and preserve the rural culture of the area. Monthly meetings are the best place to share feedback and learn how to get involved. Join us at 7:00 p.m. the fourth Wednesday of each month (except for December) at the Beavercreek Grange.

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