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(1) Within 5 days after the planning director renders a decision, notice of the decision shall be mailed to the following:

(a) Applicant.

(b) Owner and occupants of the subject property.

(c) Owners and occupants of properties located within 100 feet of the perimeter of the subject property.

(d) Neighborhood group or community organization officially recognized by the city that includes the area of the subject property.

(e) Community organizations that have submitted written requests for notification.

(f) Any state agency, local government or special district responsible for providing public facilities or services to the subject property.

(g) Any group or individual who submitted written comments during the comment period.

(h) Those groups or individuals who requested notice of the decision.

(2) The notice shall include all of the following:

(a) A description of the nature of the decision of the planning director.

(b) An explanation of the nature of the application and the proposed use or uses which could be authorized.

(c) The street address or other easily understood geographical reference to the subject property.

(d) The name of a city representative to contact and the telephone number where additional information may be obtained.

(e) A statement that a copy of the application, all documents and evidence submitted by or on behalf of the applicant and applicable criteria are available for inspection at no cost and will be provided at reasonable cost.

(f) A statement that the applicant and any person or organization that submitted written comments during the comment period may appeal as provided in EC 9.7640.

(g) A statement that the planning director’s decision will not become final until the period for filing a local appeal has expired.

(h) An explanation that a person who is mailed written notice of the planning director’s decision cannot appeal directly to LUBA.

(3) Responsibility and procedures for mailing the notice described in this section may be established by administrative rule of the city manager pursuant to section 2.019 of this code.

(4) Unless appealed according to the procedures in EC 9.7640 Filing of Appeal of Planning Director’s Decision on Expedited Land Division or Middle Housing Land Division Application, the planning director’s decision is effective on the 15th day after notice of the decision is mailed.

(Section 9.7920 added by Ordinance No. 20667, enacted May 24, 2022.)