Preserving Our Community

On April 24, 2014 — Jordon Cove Workforce Camp Approved

On April 24th, 2014 the North Bend Planning Commissioners - without contacting any of the residents of Simpson Heights - approved a 2,100 man workcamp, adjacent to our quiet residential neighborhood. In order to inform our neighbors and any other interested parties, we have posted plans and documents obtained from the North Bend Planning Department, the City of North Bend, and LUBA (Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals.)

May 27, 2014 — Council Meeting — Appeal Denied

Our registered appeal to the city of North Bend, to reopen the discussion on the workcamp was denied. (See The World Link Article)

The North Bend City Council voted unanimously to deny Jan Dilley's appeal. Our next step was an appeal to LUBA (Land Use Board of Appeals.) Please review the documents on the downloads page and form your own opinion, and get involved.

July 7th a Notice of Intent to Appeal was filed with Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals (Luba.)

Download and review the documents.

January 27, 2015 — LUBA Remands Jordan Cove Worker Camp Permit
Back to the City of North Bend

On January 27, 2015, the Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals (LUBA) remanded an appeal filed by Petitioners Jan Dilley and Jody McCaffree of a Jordan Cove Worker Camp permit, back to the City of North Bend. LUBA's decision means that all citizens will now be allowed to participate and have a voice before the City Council about the proposed workcamp.

July 20, 2015 — De Novo Hearing on the Jordon Cove Workforce Camp

North Bend planning commission holds off on Jordan Cove housing camp vote

July 16, 2014 — Dog and Pony show for Simpson Heights

The City of North Bend Plays catch-up with a dog and pony show for the Simpson Heights residents. View the video on-line.

Move Over, North Bend Sign

Traffic signal planned for increased construction worker traffic would displace landmark sign. World article, August 13th.