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File #: ID 19-0295    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 4/17/2019 In control: City Council
On agenda: 6/18/2019 Final action: 6/18/2019
Title: Ordinance Annexing Territory into the Corporate Limits for Property Located at 4005 Neuse Court - .81-Acres (Dana S. Clark Living Trust)
Sponsors: Planning
Attachments: 1. PLP19-14-4005NeuseCt_Annex.pdf, 2. PLP19-14-4005NeuseCt_Aerial.pdf, 3. trust doc.pdf, 4. neuse ct petition.pdf, 5. Planning Board Minutes, 6. 19-0295 neuse CC ord.pdf
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Ordinance Annexing Territory into the Corporate Limits for Property Located at 4005 Neuse Court - .81-Acres (Dana S. Clark Living Trust)

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Department: Planning
Council District: Nearest to District #5

Public Hearing: Yes
Advertising Date/By: June 6, 2019/City Clerk

Contact 1 and Phone: Sue Schwartz, 373-2149
Contact 2 and Phone: Steve Galanti, 373-2918

PURPOSE:
Gregory and Dana Clark have petitioned for annexation of their property located at 4005 Neuse Court. The City Council is required to hold a public hearing on this petition before considering its approval.

BACKGROUND:
This property is within the Tier 1 Growth Area (2013-2019) on the Growth Strategy Map in the Comprehensive Plan. The proposed use for this site is to be developed with one single family dwelling.

City water will be available by connecting to the 4-inch water line within Neuse Court. In order for this site to be served with water, the owner would be responsible for all costs associated with extending and connecting to the public line.

City sanitary sewer service will be available by connecting to the 8-inch sewer line in Neuse Court. In order for this site to be served with sanitary sewer, the owner would be responsible for all costs associated with extending and connecting to the public line.

The City's Fire Department notes that this site is currently served by Pinecroft Sedgefield Station #23 on Mackay Road (northwest), upon annexation the site will continue to be served by Pinecroft Sedgefield Station #23, and the level of service will remain the same.

The Police Department estimates that they can provide service with little difficulty.

Provision of other City services will involve a travel distance almost equal to that necessary to provide service to the previously annexed property located to the west and south.

BUDGET IMPACT:
Initial service will be absorbed in the budget; future services will have an incremental effect on future budgets.

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