NOTICE OF HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY

NOTICE OF HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AT 7:00 PM ON WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2017, IN THE KING CITY CITY HALL, 15300 S.W. 116TH AVENUE, KING CITY, OREGON, THERE SHALL BE A PUBLIC HEARING BY AND BEFORE THE KING CITY CITY COUNCIL ON THE BOUNDARY CHANGE PROPOSAL LISTED BELOW. INTERESTED PERSONS MAY APPEAR AND WILL BE GIVEN REASONABLE OPPORTUNITY TO BE HEARD. PROPOSAL NO. AN-0117 – ANNEXATION TO CITY OF KING CITY of territory located generally on the northwest edge of the City on the east edge of SW 131st Ave. and the south edge of SW Beef Bend Road, more particularly: All of the duly recorded subdivision of King City No. 6 located in SE SE Section 9; Tax Lots 700, 5201, 5701, 6900 and the south part of TL’s 5200 & 5800 SE SE Section 9; All of the duly recorded subdivisions of Lamberts Addition to Peachvale, King City Highlands, King City Highlands No. 2, King City Highlands No. 3, King City Highlands No. 4, King City Highlands No. 5 and Bourbon Acres located in NE NE Section 16; Tax Lots 600 & 700 NE NE Section 16; All of the duly recorded subdivisions of King City Highlands No.6 and Highland Park Condominiums located on NW NE Section 16; All of the above in T2S R1W, Willamette Meridian, Washington County, Oregon. The owners wish to acquire city services for existing development. The decision on annexation to the City does not authorize or prevent any specific use of land. Current county zoning and planning designations will remain on the property until the City takes action to rezone the property. Criteria for approval of the annexation by the City Council are found in Metro Code 3.09, the Urbanization section of the City’s Comprehensive Plan and the City / County Urban Growth Management Agreement. Any interested party may testify at the hearing or submit written comments on the proposal at or before the hearing. A staff report will be available 15 days before the hearing. Any issue which is intended to provide a basis for an appeal must be raised before the close of the public record. Issues must be raised and accompanied by statements or evidence sufficient to afford the City and all parties an opportunity to respond to the issue. Failure to raise an issue with sufficient specificity may preclude appeal to the Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals of the Council’s resolution of that issue. The application and all supporting materials and evidence submitted in support of the application may be inspected at no charge and copies may be obtained at reasonable cost. To review the information in the application or staff report, acquire copies of these items or for other general information contact Ken Martin at 503 222-0955. January 6, 2017 KEN GIBSON, MAYOR Publish 01/19, 01/26/2017. TT15880141

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Publication: OPC Legals

Section: OPC Legals

Start Date: 01/19/2017

End Date: 01/26/2017