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RESOLUTION 2001- 15 <br />A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL <br />OF THE CITY OF NEWPORT BEACH <br />FORMING THE ANNEXATION AD HOC COMMITTEE <br />WHEREAS, the City of Newport Beach has annexed territory at least 94 <br />times since the City's incorporation in 1906, and <br />WHEREAS, the City of Newport Beach will soon file an application with the <br />Orange County Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO) to annex or <br />reorganize three territories, including Santa Ana Heights, Bay Knolls, and Newport <br />Coast /Newport Ridge; and <br />WHEREAS, if completed, the Bay Knolls /Santa Ana Heights /Newport Coast <br />and Newport Ridge annexation will be one of the largest in the City's history; and <br />WHEREAS, the City Council seeks additional information related to this <br />annexation, including, but not limited to: <br />• Recommendations on placement of a permanent fire station in Santa Ana <br />Heights. <br />• Whether or not to annex western Santa Ana Heights. <br />• Ways to dialogue with residents of the affected areas about annexation <br />issues. <br />• Property tax discussions with the County of Orange. <br />• A proposed Joint Powers Agreement with the County of Orange regarding <br />development approvals in Newport Coast /Newport Ridge. <br />• The progress of legislation relating to the retention of the Newport Coast <br />Local Coastal Program (LCP). <br />. Budget and operational decisions relative to municipal services in the <br />annexed areas. <br />WHEREAS, the City Council has used short -term ad hoc committees to <br />complete these advisory tasks in the past; now, therefore be it <br />RESOLVED by the City Council" of the City of Newport Beach that hereby <br />creates and forms the Annexation Ad Hoc Committee on the date this resolution is <br />adopted with duties as described herein; and be it also <br />` RESOLVED that the Annexation Ad Hoc Committee shall terminate on <br />November 1, 2002, unless a later Council action modifies this termination date. <br />