One. The size of the plot is so large that the development potential does not justify the analysis provided for elsewhere in the annexation contract; 3. An annexation contract expires 1 year after the last date on which it was signed by the parties, unless the City has received an application for annexation for the property and considers the application to be complete. 5. An annexation agreement is not effective and binding on the parties until the application for annexation has been approved by the municipal council in accordance with section 12.80.010. (Order 6322 1, 2019; Ordinance 6110 8, 2015) E. Obligations of the owner. The annexation agreement wins at least the following ownership obligations: 2. If the city waives the obligation to execute and submit an annexation contract, the city may require a development contract described in section 12.65.050 as a condition for approval of the annexation or other land use application. c. The property was included in a larger annexation processed under 222,170 ORS, but the owner of the affected property did not accept the annexation.
1. Initiate the rezoning process to rezone the property in the appropriate urban area at the time of annexation or at any other time the parties agree. (1) The City may refrain from the obligation to execute and submit an annexation agreement if it determines, in its sole discretion, that the agreement is not necessary and would not achieve the purposes described in subsection 12.65.040.A for one or more of the following reasons: 1. Limit the development of the land so that it would not achieve the capacity to, 3. Empower the City to restrict or condition land use decisions or claims in accordance with the Transportation Study and other available public infrastructure capacity analyses determined by the City to ensure that adequate public infrastructure is available to serve the proposed development. 2. Application of city zoning, which is generally consistent with the zoning concept map, as shown in Figure 31-3 of Section 31 of the Overall Plan. d. The impact on transportation of the planned use in full expansion and at each stage of the development of a phased project, and b.
Other affected public facilities, including water, sanitation and rainwater management facilities. c. costs related to right-of-way, planning, permitting and improving the construction of air-conditioned, non-contiguous “local roads”; and 3. The proposed zoning is listed on the City`s Zoning Concept Map, Figure 31-3, in Section 31 of the Hillsboro Comprehensive Plan; One. Existing transportation facilities serving the property, including existing and planned capacity of the facilities, b. . . .