Ballot Language Submitted for Referendum on Bradwood Landing LNG Decision

Opponents of the proposed Bradwood Landing LNG import terminal filed a ballot title with the Clatsop County Clerk’s office late last week. According to the Daily Astorian, if the referendum is included on the September ballot, voters will be asked whether they approve of the Clatsop County Commission’s decision to allow pipelines associated with the proposed Bradwood Landing terminal to be constructed on areas zoned for open space, parks, or recreation (OPR), with a conditional use permit. The Daily Astorian notes that prior to the approval of Bradwood’s land-use application, there was a county ordinance that prohibited constructing infrastructure including pipelines, sewer lines, and cables in areas zoned OPR.

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