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1. The current transportation network is insufficient for the planned development. How will this be addressed?
2. How will the planned transportation network be designed to make higher-elevation winter travel safer, avoid higher elevations or both?
3. How will new development “respond to the land,” meaning taking into account natural resources such as upland habitat, creekside corridors and steep slopes?
4. If the region is growing, why does it have to grow here?
5. What are the Metro regional government’s requirements for density in the Cooper Mountain Urban Reserve area?
6. When land is added to the urban growth boundary, will property owners’ taxes go up?
7. When land in the urban reserve is annexed into Beaverton, what will be the effect on property taxes?
8. If the “zoning” on a property is 5 homes per acre and half the property has natural resources on it, can the other half of the property be built at 10 homes per acre?
9. When can community members express their opinion about the urban growth boundary expansion?