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HomeMy WebLinkAboutRES 960409-U - Intent ANX N of Lakeway DrRESOLUTION NO. WHIM 1 i ! 1 a a . 1 � •, i! ' ': ! � ! � is 1 • . ;� s81 MV V WHEREAS, as a Home -Rule Municipality, according to Chapter 43 of the Texas Local Government Code, the City of Georgetown has the authority to fix and extend its municipal boundaries and annex area adjacent to its boundaries; and WHEREAS, a municipality may annex only in its extraterritorial jurisdiction, unless the municipality owns the area; and WHEREAS, a municipality may not annex a publicly or privately owned area, including a strip of area following the course of a road, highway, river, stream, or creek, unless the width of the area at its narrowest point is at least 1,000 feef, unless the annexation is initiated on the written petition of the owners or of a majority of the qualified voters of the area or unless the property to be annexed meets specific configuration requirements; and WHEREAS, in a calendar year, a municipality may not annex a total area greater than 10 percent of the incorporated area of the municipality as of January 1 of that year, plus any amount carried over as unused from previous years up to a total of 30 percent, unless the area annexed is volunteered or is owned by the municipality, a county, the state, or the federal government and is used for a public purpose; and WHEREAS, the total area to be annexed is within the amount allowed by State law and lies within the extraterritorial jurisdiction of, and is adjacent and contiguous to the City of Georgetown; and WHEREAS, the City Council has determined that the annexation is in the best interests of the City of Georgetown; Approximately 81.181 acres between Airport Road and 11135, north of Lakeway Drive Intent to Initiate Annexation � Resolution No. i��.? o ` «- � � Page 1 of 3 NOW, THE, REFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY ,sGEORGETOWN, THAT: SECTION 1. The facts and recitations contained in the preamble of this resolution are hereby found and declared to be true and correct, and are incorporated by reference herein and expressly made a part hereof, as if copied verbatim. The City Council hereby finds that this resolution implements the following policies of the Century Plan - Policy Plan Element: 1. Environmental and Resource Conservation Policy 1, which states: "The Physical attributes that make Georgetown attractive are protected"; and 2. Growth and Physical Development Policy 1, which states: "Land use patterns within the City provide economic, cultural, and social activities to all residents, businesses and organizations"; and 3. Growth and Physical Development Policy 2, which states: "The City's regulations implement the policy statements and provide the opportunity to seek change with reasonable effort and expense"; and 4. Growth and Physical Development Policy 3, which states: "Annexations procedures and standards benefit the community,"; and further finds that the adoption of this resolution. is not inconsistent or in conflict with any other Century Plan Policies, as required by Section 2.03 of the Administrative Chapter of the Policy Plan. SECTION 2. The City Council of the City of Georgetown hereby indicates its intent to initiate the annexation process for approximately 81.181 acres in the David Wright Survey, located between Airport Road and IH35, north of Lakeway Drive, as described in Exhibit A. SECTION 3. The property proposed for annexation is contiguous with the City limits on two sides. Annexation of this property will cause another area to be entirely surrounded by the City limits, requiring that findings be made before the annexation is complete that surrounding the area is in the public interest. SECTION 4. The proposed service plans for the properties, contained in Exhibit A of this resolution, are hereby adopted. - SECTION 5. The required public hearings to describe the service plans and receive comments shall be held on April 23, 1996 and on May 14, 1996. Approximately 81.181 acres between Airport Road and I1135, north of Lakeway Drive Intent to Initiate Annexation Resolution No. 2LC%V0 'i ' Page 2 of 3 SECTION 6. The Mayor is hereby authorized to sign on behalf of the City Council of the City of Georgetown. SECTION 7. This resolution shall be effective immediately upon adoption. RESOLVED this 9th day of April 1996. ATTEST-," THE CITE' OF GEORGETOWN: --y Sandra D. Lee By: LEO WOOD City Secretary Mayor APPROVED AS TO FORM: Marianne Landers Banks City Attorney Approximately 81.181 acres between Airport Road and II135, north of Lakeway Drive Intent to Initiate Annexation Resolution No. Page 3 of 3 R w EXHIBIT A 0 ..w --- EXHIBIT A, Page 1 of 3 596 /636 50f ]82.13 .Ac .SOAc. z GEORGE w. TAYLOR U c 596 /361 = (157 82 Ac.1 GArt. ROS�i n .4 T Ac" l a8.0Ac %9/56 b L 466AI- Q h F J. ROSSON 512 l 150 °• 2 (30.02Ac.) 5 G.—OE( ' T 25 Ac. ..' j° 9]! tT t BISHC ' � 1 ✓-111- r �JN 'r 6. v 1 i ��ruv AYa.n 3 GLtDE ti• 692l2s5 a 00 (4 36A ) $ e 4 \\o A / I as CITY OF GEORGETOWN I 3t2 / 201 lc � 2T "yam" / ai3. t0 acs ' s��yT F �_--j ALBERT EVANS, JR j 649/110 B EIT]T3Ra GEORGETOWN (64 34A�a 111 ( 80. 4ic /r (10Z S Ac ) ��\ \ MUNICIPAL AIRPORT � = °` ryx 1 I\ ( \ 1 " 5\ FFIN '� /_jO• .... 1610 ! 891 6.0 Ac i. Ply' 1� V ^ N"j t pKfps s� t1 5( 9.04 OTT OF GEORGETO— 5.87 ire 3 21 4.. / GE.WG£ BpiALO G 8 LOUt9E HOUSTON HELEN T S GEORGE A. GO£TNE 928/623 ,^ 6.Q9AC 619!523 .a (31, 21 AI 8.10 AC 1 O Ac 23.90 Ac. j v: sr !3.59 -unRr COCcE u,..1, _ I y/ /^\7 ->�r.. JncA su00u r.< �'�. ,'•� c}- �� (3314/ti1) 6' 3,3 aC 1 / / >' \ 33132(5a KI 'zl..xl.', �". Lott •`, - i � APPROXIMATELY 81.181 ACRES IN T HE DAVID �'tl��C7HT SURVEY '21 c AC i Srt ? 21 500 c \ ,. 12. GOLDEN 0.� ' �» _ i� J � 56il IaS Y iS. CHn/+•fS u Cva1S:EN>EN �o •`� (l53 MAI) O \ 551 /a,e 1.22 Ac. n0> ,: (z6 4— 1 \ v` n . �'1` . 1 �.� J 1= ,. gip. 4 • ,t, I < 27 \ 0 e EXHIBIT A, Page 2 of 3 CITY OF GEORGETOWN, TEXAS ANNEXATION SERVICE PLAN APPROXIMATELY 81.181 ACRES IN THE DAVID WRIGHT SURVEY, LOCATED BETWEEN AIRPORT ROAD AND I1135, NORTH OF LAKEWAY DRIVE Introduction This service plan has been prepared in accordance with Texas Local Government Code, Chapter 43 - Municipal Annexation. This requires that the service plan provide for the extension of full municipal services to the area to be annexed by any of the methods by which it extends services to any other area of the municipality. Police Protection Regular and routine patrolling of streets, responses to calls, and other police services will be provided upon the effective date of the annexation. Fire Protection and Code Enforcement Fire protection and prevention services are currently being provided to the area through an agreement with Williamson County. These services will continue to be provided to the area upon the effective date of the annexation. Upon the effective date of the annexation, the City Code Enforcement Officer will periodically patrol streets in the area to ensure that all properties are in conformance with City Code. Solid Waste Collection Solid waste collection and disposal services will be provided upon the effective date of the annexation, in accordance with the rates, terms and conditions contained in the City Code. Water Service Water lines will be extended in accordance with City policy. The City, has a Utility Expansion and Improvement Policy, which is described in this service plan. Sewer Service Wastewater lines will be extended in accordance with City policy. The City has a Utility Expansion and Improvement Policy, which is described in this service plan. Maintenance of Roads Streets, and Drainage Roads, streets and drainage facilities dedicated to the public will. be maintained according to City Code and policy upon the effective date of the annexation. Street Lighting, Street lighting will be made available upon the effective date of the annexation, upon request of the property owners, in accordance with City Code and policy. Annexation Service Plan, Page 1 of 2 EXHIBIT A, Page 3 of 3 Parks and Recreation Parks and recreation facilities dedicated to the public will be maintained according to City Code and policy upon the effective date of the annexation. Recreation services will be provided to all residents in accordance with the rates, terms and conditions contained in the City Code. Planning and Zoning Upon the effective date of the annexation, the planning and zoning jurisdiction of the City will extend to this area. The area will be zoned A (Agricultural), unless otherwise approved through regular procedures. Inspection Services All inspection services, including building, electrical, plumbing, etc., provided by the City will be extended to the area upon the effective date of the annexation. Librate Services Library services will be provided to all residents in accordance with the rates, terms, and conditions contained in the City Code upon the effective date of the annexation. Other Services Other services provided by the City, such as animal control, court, and general administration, will be made available upon the effective date of the annexation, in accordance with the City Code and policies. Utility Expansion and Improvement Policy City Ordinance Number 900404, a Utility Expansion and Improv"enent Policy, guides the planning, design, construction, operation, and maintenance of all utility system improvements, including water, wastewater and electrical service. Annexation Service Plan, Page 2 of 2 �'(g �_..° WHEREAS, the City has available land at the Georgetown Municipal Airport for the construction ofprivate aircraft storage hangars; and, WHEREAS,Mr. Pfiester desires to lease a portion of this land to construct a private aircraft storage hangar; and, WHERE/\S, the City Council hereby finds that this lease is in the beat interests of the development ofthe Georgetown Municipal Airport; 0C3VV. THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, THAT: SECTION 1. The facts and recitations contained in the preamble of this resolution are hereby found and declared to be true and oornyct, and are incorporated by reference herein and expressly made a port hereof, as if copied verbatim. The City Council hereby finds that this resolution implements Facilities and Services Policy 1 of the Century Plan - Policy Plan Element, which states: "The City will endeavor to increase the quality of life through the upgrading of existing facilities and services and the provision of new services to met the specific needs of the community"; and further finds that the adoption of this resolution is not inconsistent or in conflict with any other Century Plan poUniea. as required by Section 2.03 of the Administrative Chapter of the Policy Plan. SECTION 2. The Mayor is hereby directed to execute, and the City Secretary to attest thereto on behalf of the City of Georgetown, the Airport lease agreement. SECTION 3. This resolution shall become effective immediately upon adoption. RESOLVED this 91h day of April, 1996. ATTE THE CITY OF GEORGETOYVN, TEXAS /6" tandra Lee, City Secretary By: "Leo Wood, Mayor Marianne Landers Banks, City Attorney Resolution No. %0'109~A( Don C.PfienterLease Agreement Page of GEORGETOWN AIRPORT TAXIWAY HANGAR 60' OFFICE TAXIWAY TAXIWAY