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File #: 15-20284    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Consent Item Status: Approved
File created: 4/26/2023 In control: City Council Business Meeting
On agenda: 5/22/2023 Final action: 5/22/2023
Title: Set a Public Hearing on Northlake Town Center Area Voluntary Annexation
Attachments: 1. Northlake Town Center Area Annexation Map, 2. Resolution for Northlake Town Center
Set a Public Hearing on Northlake Town Center Area Voluntary Annexation

Adopt a resolution setting a public hearing for June 26, 2023, for Northlake Town Center 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 boundaries 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 22.02-acre "Northlake Town Center" site is located south of Interstate 485, west of interstate 77, east of Northlake Centre Parkway in northern Mecklenburg County.
* The site is currently vacant.
* The petitioner has plans to develop 312 multi-family units on the site.
* A majority of the property is zoned UR-2(CD) which allows for urban residential uses, and portion of the site is zoned BP which allows for business park uses.
* The property is located immediately adjacent to City Council District 4.
* The petitioned area consists of four parcels; parcel identification numbers: 025-081-12, 025-081-01, a portion of 025-081-30B, and 025-081-02.

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.


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