Rumors persist that Clackamas County has moved a Lake Oswego-Milwaukie (sic; should be "Oak Grove") active transportation bridge from the twenty-year project list to the five-year Capital Improvement Plan.
The site is zoned R-10, which calls for 10k square foot lots, so it could be knocked down and replaced with up to three houses by right. A landowner could easily request a zoning change to fit in more houses and make more money.
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