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55 Source: City of Portland. Figure 7-8. Guild's Lake Industrial Sanctuary Zone. because of the GLIS proximity to mixed-use and residential Encourage the growth of industrial activities in the city neighborhoods and the central city, it was considered to be by preserving industrial land primarily for manufacturing vulnerable to pressure for redevelopment to non-industrial purposes" (City of Portland 2006). uses. Figure 7-8 shows a map of GLIS. According to the city, "Any loss of industrial land represents Urban Noise Level Information the loss of an irreplaceable component of the city's economy." and Zoning Restrictions Portland's industrial sanctuary policy is designed to preserve and protect industrial lands within the city. This policy is stated, Other cities also are requiring that residents of urban hous- in part, in Portland's Comprehensive Plan Goal and Policies ing projects be notified that they are living in an urban area as Policy and Objective 2.14, "Provide industrial sanctuaries. where noise levels may be higher than in a typical residential