SEWER WOES.Byline: The Register-Guard
1969: Lane County sanitarian sanitarian /san·i·tar·i·an/ (san?i-tar´e-an) one skilled in sanitation and public health science.
A public health or sanitation expert. raises concerns about groundwater contamination in the River Road and Santa Clara areas.
1972: County commissioners establish a moratorium on new subdivisions.
1974: State Department of Environmental Quality is authorized to set septic tank standards.
1977: Lane County proposes a program of mandatory maintenance for septic tanks in River Road and Santa Clara, but the idea dies because of citizen opposition.
1979-80: Groundwater study conducted and DEQ DEQ
Abbreviation for the Incoterm "Delivered Ex Quay." concludes the area's problems represent a public health hazard public health hazard A chemical or other substance known to be hazardous, based on the effects of long-term exposures thereto .
1980-82: Lane County, Eugene and Springfield adopt a Metropolitan Area General Plan providing for wastewater management.
1983: Petition to form a new city in the River Road, Santa Clara area is reviewed and denied by the state Boundary Commission.
1985: Eugene begins building main sewer line to River Road and Santa Clara with federal and city money.
1987: Lane County turns over all building permit and zoning responsibility in River Road and Santa Clara to Eugene. The city requires annexation for new construction.
1990-97: Eugene connects about 8,000 homes to the sewer system, assessing connection fees to homeowners; does not require annexation with sewer hookups.
1994: Eugene evicts two River Road residents who refuse to pay for the sewer system assessment and sells their home for the assessment fee.
1998: Oregon Court of Appeals The Oregon Court of Appeals is the state intermediate appellate court in the U.S. state of Oregon. Except for death penalty cases, which are reserved to the Oregon Supreme Court, and tax court cases, it has jurisdiction to hear all civil and criminal appeals from circuit courts, rules that Eugene was wrong to require sewer hookups without conducting hearings on whether they were needed.
2000: Lane County Circuit Court judge throws out a suit by River Road and Santa Clara residents seeking to nullify nul·li·fy
tr.v. nul·li·fied, nul·li·fy·ing, nul·li·fies
1. To make null; invalidate.
2. To counteract the force or effectiveness of. sewer hookup hookup,
n in the Trager method of therapy, the practitioner enters into a meditative state along with the patient, which allows him or her to work more intuitively and to feel subtle changes in the patient's movement and tissue texture. contracts and reimburse property owners for connection costs because they missed the filing deadline.