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Planning Commission public hearing considering site and design review application

Canby's Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on Jan. 27 to consider a Site and Design review application for Stanton Company's Pacific Furniture.

The applicant wants approval to construct a 167,000 square-foot manufacturing and distribution facility that will include 5,000 square feet of office space, employee parking, a loading dock and yard area.

It also would include landscaping and other associated development features for the process. This facility will allow Stanton Company—Pacific Furniture—to relocate all its operations to Canby from its current Tualatin location.

The site for the Stanton Company facility is at 23849 S. Mulino Rd. and will consume 15.84 acres in a light industrial zoning area. The land is owned by Parson's Family Trust and the applicant is VLMK Engineering + Design.

Those who would like comments included in the staff report must return the comment form by Jan. 15. Otherwise, comments may be submitting up to the hearing and delivered in person. The Planning Commission will decide on the application after the public hearing. The commission's decision may be appealed to the City Council.

Written and oral comments may be submitted up until the public hearing. Comments can be mailed to Canby Development Services, PO Box 930, Canby, OR 97013 or delivered in person to 222 NE 2nd Ave. or emailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Those wishing to review the documents and staff report can do so from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Canby Development Services office beginning on Jan. 27 or at Canby's website at www.canbyoregon.gov. Copies are available at $0.25 per page or emailed on request.


Carol Rosen
Reporter
503-263-7505
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