As an addendum to yesterday’s announcement that the Phil Oatfield house is slated to be demolished, we have learned today that Clackamas County has just posted a notification about this proposed action on their website. This posting provides information as to the owner of the property and an address where the agent can be reached. This is in addition to the telephone number posted in the newspaper 808-866-4454. My name, as the contact person for the Oak Grove Community Council, is listed in the “Related Contacts” section. However, at this juncture, I don’t know any more than what I have already shared as far as the proposed demolition.
Because this particular house is designated a Historic Landmark by the county, I understand the process will involve a hearing some time in the future.
It may be worth emphasizing that notification of proposed demolitions such as this are not automatically sent to the appropriate Planning Organization (Community Council). This only happens if the applicant is applying for a partition – – which generally would happen later. But because this house is a historic landmark there may be something that arrives in the mail in the next few days. Thus it requires vigilance on the part of residents to keep a watchful eye on the county’s website, and/or the property involved.
If you, or someone you know, would be interested in moving this house to another lot please contact Paul or Dimitri Matveev to discuss arrangements.
14928 SE OATFIELD RD
MILWAUKIE OR 97222
DEMOLITION OATFIELD HOUSE
14501 SE LAURIE AVE
MILWAUKIE, OR, 97267
1215 S KIHEI RD STE O-335
KIHEI HI 96753
Chairman, Oak Lodge History Detectives