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Repealed by Session Lawsc. Map of annexed area, copy of ordinance and election results recorded in the office of register of deeds. Whenever the limits of any municipal corporation are enlarged, in accordance with the provisions of this Article, it shall be the duty of the mayor of the city or town to cause an accurate map of such annexed territory, together with a copy of the ordinance duly certified, and the official results of the election, if conducted, to be recorded in the office of the register of deeds of the county or counties in which such territory is situated and in the office of the Secretary of State.
The documents required to be filed with the Secretary of State under this section shall be filed not later than 30 days following the Unit ii part 2 chapters 28 date of the annexation ordinance.
All documents shall have an identifying number affixed thereto and shall conform in size in accordance with rules prescribed by the Secretary. Failure to file within 30 days shall not affect the validity of the annexation.
Surveys of proposed new areas. The governing bodies of the cities and towns after five days' written notice to the owner of record or persons in possession of the premises are hereby authorized to enter upon any lands to make surveys or examinations as may be necessary in carrying out the mapping requirements of proposed annexations under any provision of Article 4A of Chapter A; provided, the city or town authorizing such entry shall make reimbursement for any damage resulting from such activity.
The petition shall be signed by each owner of real property in the area and shall contain the address of each such owner.
A municipality shall not be required to adopt more than one ordinance under this subsection within a month period. We the undersigned owners of real property believe that the area described in paragraph 2 below meets the requirements of G.
For petitions received under subsection b1 or j of this section, the clerk shall receive the evidence provided under subsection l of this section before certifying the sufficiency of the petition.
Upon receipt of the certification, the municipal governing board shall fix a date for a public hearing on the question of annexation, and shall cause notice of the public hearing to be published once in a newspaper having general circulation in the municipality at least 10 days prior to the date of the public hearing; provided, if there be no such paper, the governing board shall have notices posted in three or more public places within the area to be annexed and three or more public places within the municipality.
The governing board shall then determine whether the petition meets the requirements of this section. Upon a finding that the petition that was not submitted under subsection b1 or j of this section meets the requirements of this section, the governing board shall have authority to pass an ordinance annexing the territory described in the petition.
The governing board shall have authority to make the annexing ordinance effective immediately or on the June 30 after the date of the passage of the ordinance or the June 30 of the following year after the date of passage of the ordinance. If such a resolution is adopted, the governing body shall immediately submit a request to the Local Government Commission to certify that its estimate of the annual debt service payment is reasonable based on established governmental accounting principles.
During the month period, the municipality shall make ongoing, annual good faith efforts to secure Community Development Block Grants or other grant funding for extending water and sewer service to all parcels in the areas covered by the petition. Real and personal property in the newly annexed territory on the January 1 immediately preceding the beginning of the fiscal year in which the annexation becomes effective is subject to municipal taxes as provided in G.
If the effective date of annexation falls between June 1 and June 30, and the effective date of the privilege license tax ordinance of the annexing municipality is June 1, then businesses in the area to be annexed shall be liable for taxes imposed in such ordinance from and after the effective date of annexation.
A connecting corridor consisting solely of a street or street right-of-way may not be used to establish contiguity. In describing the area to be annexed in the annexation ordinance, the municipal governing board may include within the description any territory described in this subsection which separates the municipal boundary from the area petitioning for annexation.
The resolution shall contain an adequate description of the property, state that the property is contiguous to the municipal boundaries and fix a date for a public hearing on the question of annexation.
Notice of the public hearing shall be published as provided in subsection c of this section. The governing board may hold the public hearing and adopt the annexation ordinance as provided in subsection d of this section.
If the statement declares that such rights have been established, the city may require petitioners to provide proof of such rights. A statement which declares that no vested rights have been established under G. For the purpose of this subsection, a municipality has no legal interest in a State-maintained street unless it owns the underlying fee and not just an easement.
The municipality may require reasonable proof that the petitioner in fact resides at the address indicated. We the undersigned residents of real property believe that the area described in paragraph 2 below meets the requirements of G.
The evidence presented may include data from the most recent federal decennial census, other official census documents, signed affidavits by at least one adult resident of the household attesting to the household size and income level, or any other documentation verifying the incomes for a majority of the households within the petitioning area.
Petitioners may select to submit name, address, and social security number to the clerk, who shall in turn submit the information to the Department of Revenue. Such information shall be kept confidential and is not a public record.Generally for books, part works, but for a technical book, if each bit can be treated as a single lesson in the topic, then Unit works well.
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Chapter A. Cities and Towns. Article 1. § A Effect on prior local acts. This Part does not affect Chapter , Session Laws of , Chapter , Session Laws of ( Regular Session), or Chapters , , or , Session Laws of , authorizing annexation agreements, but any city which is authorized to enter into.
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