Ty K. Wyman
For more than 20 years, Ty Wyman has helped clients caught up in Oregon’s arcane land use system. Using his background in the law, Ty typically guides property owners and builders who have a project at risk of being derailed. He has plenty of experience at contested hearings before state and local panels, but generally works to find common ground between government agencies and clients so projects can move forward without dispute.
I’m trying to chart a course that avoids the pitfalls and entanglements of the land use system.
Over the past seven years, Ty has gained particular experience working for a major railroad. This has broadened his experience, particularly in working with tribal governments.
Within Dunn Carney, Ty is a member of Dunn Carney’s Real Estate and Land Use Team and Agriculture & Natural Resources Team. Ty’s personal interests (now that his kids have grown) run to baseball (as part of Red Sox Nation) and board games.
University of Oregon School of Law, J.D., 1992
University of California, B.A., Psychology, 1987
Dolan v. City of Tigard,114 S.Ct. 2309 (U.S. Or. 1994)
Dunn Carney Natural Resources Updates post, Supreme Court Puts Additional Limits on Land Use Permit Authority
What’s that Light at the End of the Tunnel? Railroads and Railroad Crossings, Oregon County Counsel Association, July 2017
Inclusionary Zoning—The Nuts and Bolts, TICOR, February 2017
City of Portland Comp Plan Update, TICOR, April 2016
Agri-Tourism: How Farm Stands Became a Legal Football (and How You Can Avoid Being Tackled), Dunn Carney Ag Summit, Jan. 2014
Oregon State Bar, Real Estate and Land Use Section, member
Multnomah Bar Association, member
Commercial Association of Realtors, affiliate member
Westside Economic Alliance, member
Go Lloyd (formerly Lloyd Transportation Management Association), Board of Directors, 2004-Present
Sellwood Junior Baseball, Board of Directors, President 2011-2014 (Board President, 2011-2014)
Open School (formerly Meadow Alternative School), Board of Directors, 2000-2010 (Board President, 2008-2010)
Portland Parks & Recreation, Budget Advisory Committee, 2009-2011