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File #: 15-17054    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Public Hearing Item Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 12/8/2021 In control: City Council Business Meeting
On agenda: 1/10/2022 Final action: 1/10/2022
Title: Public Hearing and Decision on the Creekside Grove Subdivision Area Voluntary Annexation
Attachments: 1. Creekside Grove Subdivision Area Annexation Map, 2. Creekside Grove Subdivision Area Annexation Survey, 3. Ordinance - Creekside Grove Subdivison Area Annexation
Title
Public Hearing and Decision on the Creekside Grove Subdivision Area Voluntary Annexation

Action
Action:
A. Conduct a public hearing for the Creekside Grove Subdivision Area voluntary annexation, and

B. Adopt an annexation ordinance with an effective date of January 10, 2022, to extend the corporate limits to include this property and assign it to the adjacent City Council District 5.

Body
Staff Resource(s):
Taiwo Jaiyeoba, City Manager's Office
Holly Cramer, Planning, Design, and Development

Explanation
* Public hearings to obtain community input are required prior to City Council taking action on annexation requests.
* A petition has been received from the owners of this 3.579-acre property located along the east side of Hood Road and the south side of Plaza Road in eastern Mecklenburg County.
* The property is owned by Hood Road Partners, LLC.
* The property is currently vacant and is zoned R-4, which allows for single-family residential uses.
* The petitioned area consists of a portion of one parcel; parcel identification number (PID): 111-011-09. Most of this parcel is already located within City limits. The annexation area would bring the rest of the parcel into City limits.
* The property is located within Charlotte's extraterritorial jurisdiction and shares boundaries with current City limits.
* The intent of the annexation is to enable the development of 10 single-family homes on the site.

Consistent with City Council Policies
* The annexation is consistent with the following City voluntary annexation policies approved by the City Council on March 24, 2003:
* Is consistent with the policy to not adversely affect the City's ability to undertake future annexations; and
* Is consistent with the policy to not have undue negative impact on City finances or services.
* The annexation is inconsistent with the policy to not create unincorporated areas that will be encompassed by new City limits; however, the petitioner is unable to acquire PID 11...

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