The fifth HB 3326 application to the Wallowa County Planning Commission to create two nonfarm dwellings from a parent parcel in an exclusively farm-use zone will be heard Tuesday night when the planning commission meets at its regular meeting in the county courthouse.

The previous applications were approved with conditions.

Arnildo and Barbara Uppiano who live southwest of Lostine on Harley Road off of Caudle Lane have made the application to create two five-acre parcels and leave the parent parcel at 220 acres.

The previous applications were located off of Crow Creek Road.

In other business the planning commission will hear a request from the Wallowa County Public Works Department to add more flexibility as to when it can crush rock and run its ashalt plant located north of Enterprise. At present the county can crush rock 12 hours per day and operate its asphalt plant seasonally June through September.

The Planning Commission will conduct public hearings on Periodic Review task No. 6 for recreation, tourism and the economy and on Periodic Review task No. 4 which will focus on Wallowa Lake as an unincorporated community. With a relatively full agenda it is assumed, said county deputy planner Harold Black, that the Wallowa Lake issue will not be heard in full, but carried over to the April meeting.

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