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Mile 292 Report
March 8, 2015
An application has been filed to construct riprap at a property where the house should never have been allowed to be built in 2008.
An application has been filed to construct riprap at a property where the house should never have been allowed to be built in 2008.I hope we can get a hearing and stop the installation of riprap for this extravagant vacation rental -- https://www.vacasa.com/unit.php?UnitID=157 When the house was built in 2008, the shoreline was already known to be eroding. Riprap will block existing beach access and impact Saltair Creek and the rest of the dunes on down the line.Phillip Johnson has provided the following information:ORPD No: BA 697-15OPRD Coordinator: John AllenApplicant: Tai DangProject Location: 211 S 6th Avenue Rockaway Beach, OR0 Fill 1 Riprap 0 Structure 0 Stairway0 Sand Alteration 0 Other:Description: Construct riprap revetment to stop shoreline erosion._______________________________________________________________Note: This application will be reviewed for consistency with Statewide Planning Goals and/or comprehensive plans, the Beach Improvement Standards and your comments. A public hearing will be held if ten or more written requests for a hearing are received by: April 6, 2015. If ten requests are received, a time and place of public hearing will be set and notice thereof announced and posted.
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Mile 292 was in great condition no trash and many people out enjoying the warmer evening with low tides and a beautiful sunset
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