Oregon Court of Appeals Sends Oregon LNG Pipeline Permit Case Back to Land Use Board

Yesterday, the Oregon Court of Appeals issued an opinion ruling that the state Land Use Board of Appeals (LUBA) improperly found that a Clatsop County Commissioner displayed disqualifying bias when he voted in favor of withdrawing the County’s approval of a land use permit for a pipeline to serve the proposed Oregon LNG terminal.  The opinion remands the case back to LUBA to consider the merits of the County’s withdrawal and subsequent denial of the land use permit.  The opinion can be found here.  Read more in The Daily Astorian article.

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