93-62 - Annexation 92 - Seaward 17
93-62 - Annexation 92 - Seaward 17
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Annexation 92 - Seaward 17
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RESOLUTION NO. 93 -62 <br />A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF <br />NEWPORT BEACH APPROVING THE ANNEXATION OF <br />UNINHABITED TERRITORY CONTIGUOUS TO THE CITY OF <br />NEWPORT BEACH, COUNTY OF ORANGE, KNOWN AND <br />DESIGNATED AS THE ANNEXATION OF TENTATIVE TRACT 14795 - <br />SEAWARD 17 (ANNEXATION NO. 92) <br />• WHEREAS, a group of property owners collectively known as Seaward 17, Inc. has <br />acquired a 1.22 -acre uninhabited parcel of land known as Tentative Tract 14795 - Seaward <br />17, which is located within the unincorporated territory of the County of Orange and <br />immediately adjacent to the City of Newport Beach; and <br />WHEREAS, it is the desire of the Seaward 17 property owners that the <br />unincorporated territory known as Tentative Tract 14795 - Seaward 17 be annexed to the <br />City of Newport Beach; and <br />WHEREAS, on March 1, 1993 a Landowner Petition requesting approval of the <br />proposed annexation to the City of Newport Beach was submitted to the Local Agency <br />Formation Commission of Orange County ( "LAFCO ") by the owners of the property; and <br />WHEREAS, on March 22, 1993 the City Council of the City of Newport Beach <br />adopted Resolution No. 93 -12 requesting LAFCO approval of the proposed annexation <br />subject to the terms of the Master Property Tax Transfer Agreement for undeveloped <br />property; and <br />WHEREAS, on April 27, 1993 the Orange County Board of Supervisors adopted <br />Resolution No. 93 -434 approving the reallocation of property tax revenues from the <br />proposed annexation in accordance with the terms of the Master Property Tax Transfer <br />Agreement, with said property deemed to be undeveloped; and <br />WHEREAS, on May 14, 1993 LAFCO issued a Certificate of Filing and set a hearing <br />date of July 14, 1993 for consideration of the subject annexation; and <br />WHEREAS, on July 14, 1993, LAFCO, with the unanimous consent of all <br />landowners, adopted Resolution No. 93 -11 approving the annexation of the uninhabited <br />territory known as the Annexation of Tentative Tract 14795- Seaward 17 to the City of <br />Newport Beach; and <br />WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 93 -11 LAFCO has designated the City <br />Council of the City of Newport Beach as the Conducting Authority and has authorized the <br />City Council to annex the subject territory without notice and hearing and without election <br />as provided by Section 56837 of the Government Code; and <br />WHEREAS, the City Council has reviewed and considered the findings and orders <br />contained in LAFCO Resolution No. 93 -11 regarding this annexation; and <br />WHEREAS, pursuant to the requirements of the California Environmental Quality <br />Act a Negative Declaration has been prepared and adopted by LAFCO in its capacity as <br />Lead Agency for the subject annexation. The Negative Declaration finds that there is no <br />• substantial evidence that this action may have a significant effect on the environment. <br />NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that: <br />1. The City Council of the City of Newport Beach, in its capacity as a <br />Responsible Agency under CEQA, has reviewed and considered the potential <br />environmental effects of the proposed project as described in the Negative <br />1 <br />
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