In order to move forward with its sale of Troy Field to a developer, Bend-La Pine Schools will first have to apply for a zoning change. The 0.8-acre property currently has a Public Facilities
designation. The district is hoping to have that changed to Commercial Limited.
The next step in that process is a public meeting, to be held at 5:30 pm, August 26 in the BLPS administrative building (room 314). The district recently accepted a $1.9 million offer
from Portland-based Brownstone Development, who is representing an unnamed out-of-state hotel developer with plans to turn the lot into a high-end condo hotel.
Brad Henry, Executive Director of Fiscal Services for BLPS, will represent the school district at the meeting.
Do you think the public facilities designation should be lifted?