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File #: 15-19425    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Consent Item Status: Approved
File created: 12/28/2022 In control: City Council Business Meeting
On agenda: 1/23/2023 Final action: 1/23/2023
Title: Set a Public Hearing on Avery Place Area Voluntary Annexation
Attachments: 1. Avery Place Area Annexation Map, 2. Resolution for Avery Place Area Annexation


Set a Public Hearing on Avery Place Area Voluntary Annexation




Adopt a resolution setting a public hearing for February 27, 2023, for Avery Place Area voluntary annexation petition.



Staff Resource(s):

Alyson Craig, Planning, Design, and Development

Holly Cramer, Planning, Design, and Development



§                     The city has received a petition for voluntary annexation of private property.

§                     Public hearings are required prior to City Council action on annexation requests.

§                     This property is located within Charlotte’s extraterritorial jurisdiction.

§                     The area proposed for annexation shares a boundary with current City Limits.

§                     Annexation of this area will allow for more orderly development review, extension of city services, capital investments, and future annexation processes.

§                     The 7.2384-acre “Avery Place” site is located east of Interstate 485, along the north side of Shopton Road, and the east side of Steele Creek Road in southwest Mecklenburg County.

-                     The property is currently vacant.

-                     The petitioner has plans to develop 58 single family attached residential units on the site.

-                     The property is zoned B-1, which allows for neighborhood business uses.

-                     The property is located immediately adjacent to Council District 3.

-                     The petitioned area consists of one parcel; parcel identification number: 141-101-24.


Consistency with City Council Policies

§                     The annexation is consistent with voluntary annexation policy approved by City Council on March 24, 2003; more specifically this annexation:

-                     Is consistent with the policy to not adversely affect the city’s ability to undertake future annexations;

-                     Is consistent with the policy to not have undue negative impact on city finances or services;

-                     Is consistent with the policy to not create unincorporated areas that will be encompassed by new city limits.