Byline: Greg Bolt The Register-Guard The University of Oregon has decided not to appeal the decision that forced it to get a conditional use permit for its new basketball arena.
What does CUP stand for?
CUP stands for Conditional Use Permit
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We have 153 other meanings of CUP in our Acronym Attic
- Committee of Union and Progress (Turkey)
- Common Underlying Proficiency
- Common Undersea Picture
- Common User Processor
- Common User Products
- Commonality Usage Proposal (NASA)
- Comparable Uncontrolled Price (accounting)
- Compassionate Use Program (pharmaceuticals)
- Component Unit Price (various organizations)
- COMSEC Utility Program
- Condom Use Programme (various locations)
- Consolidated Utilization Plan
- Constructor of Useful Parsers
- Consumptive Use Permit
- Content Usage Policy (intellectual property; various organizations)
- Contents Under Pressure (radio show)
- Control Unit Port
- Copper Units of Pressure
- Corrosion Under Paint
- Cuban Peso (ISO currency code)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The allowance of conditional use permits and variances has created a legal industry where specialist attorneys petition the authorities to allow non-conforming uses or construction.
The school wanted to expand its enrollment from 800 students to 1,200, and extend its hours of operation beyond those in its 1996 conditional use permit so that parents could attend evening programs at the school.
``The landfill is in full compliance to its conditional use permit.
Lew Eisaguirre, a Principle with the Company, announced the new name in conjunction with the Conditional Use Permit application his company filed.
On Wednesday, a hearings officer for the city of Eugene ruled that the university must obtain a conditional use permit for the arena.
Conditional use permits require public hearings and could add restrictions on business hours, employee training and other areas.
The suit alleges in part, that the City violated its own zoning ordinances by entering into a void settlement agreement, granting a de facto conditional use permit (CUP), and issuing a building permit, all without community input or disclosure.