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07/02/2019 08 96th and Tieton Annexation; Vicinity of S 96th Ave and Tieton Dr ti i..asxntntj kd g$Ag k. -C*iwtor aY ae.. x°'naa.x,,4n BUSINESS OF THE CITY COUNCIL YAKIMA, WASHINGTON AGENDA STATEMENT Item No. 8. For Meeting of: July 2, 2019 ITEM TITLE: Public hearing and Ordinance on the 96th and Tieton Annexation in the vicinity of S 96th Ave and Tieton Dr SUBMITTED BY: Joan Davenport,AI CP, Community Development Director Joseph Calhoun, Planning Manager(509) 575-6042 SUMMARY EXPLANATION: A Notice of Intent to Annex was received on December 18, 2018, and accepted by Council on February 19, 2019. The Petition has been drafted and signed by 100% of property owners, as certified by the Yakima County Assessor on May 13, 2019. The legal description of the annexation area was certified by the Yakima County Engineer on May 9, 2019. The 96th and Tieton Annexation contains approximately 9.7 acres of R-2, R-3 and B-2 zoned property. The Public Hearing notice has been provided to all Yakima-area media, including to Decides', KDNA Radio, El Sol de Yakima, Hispanavision, Bustos Media, and El Mundo. ITEM BUDGETED: NA STRATEGIC PRIORITY: Neighborhood and Community Building APPROVED FOR ! SUBMITTAL: City Manager STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Pass Ordinance BOARD/COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: If passed, the Ordinance and annexation documents will be forwarded to the Yakima County Boundary Review Board for final consideration. ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type 2 D Ordinance U1912019 Ordinance D stair Report 5192019 Backup Material D Backgrourri Materials U19'2019 Backup Material 3 ORDINANCE NO. 2019- AN ORDINANCE annexing the 96'h and Tieton Annexation area to the City of Yakima, contingent on Yakima County Boundary Review Board approval. WHEREAS, on December 18, 2018, the owners of not less than ten percent (10%) of the acreage in property within the proposed 96th and Tieton Annexation submitted a Notice of Intent to Commence Annexation, pursuant to the alternative direct petition method form of annexation found in RCW 35.13.410 through RCW 35.13.460; and WHEREAS, on February 19, 2019, the City Council, at an open public meeting, accepted the Notice of Intent to Commence Annexation as presented, including the information that the current zoning of the property is consistent with the City's comprehensive plan, that the properties will be taxed at the same rate and on the same basis as other parcels in the City, and that the properties would be subject to any outstanding indebtedness to the City, and directed staff to draft the petition and collect signatures from property owners; and WHEREAS, following acceptance of the Notice of Intent, Petition number 19-01, was drafted and circulated for signature; and WHEREAS, the proponents presented the City with petitions, consistent with RCW 35.13.420(3), reflecting the signatures of parties who own a majority of the acreage in the proposed 96th and Tieton Annexation area, and on May 13, 2019 the Yakima County Assessor issued a Determination of Sufficiency which identifies that the owners of a majority of the assessed value of the property signed the petition, consistent with RCW 35.13.420 and 35.21.005; and WHEREAS, the 96th and Tieton Annexation area is approximately 9.7 acres of unincorporated Yakima County, contiguous to and generally located North of Tieton Drive and West of South 96'h Avenue, including adjacent rights-of-way; and WHEREAS, the assessed value of the annexation area is approximately$1,044,300 which is expected to generate approximately $2,938 in property tax revenue to the City of Yakima. In addition, expected development in the area will be processed by the City of Yakima, which will generate permit connection fee revenue along with increased property tax revenues as development occurs; and WHEREAS, garbage and refuse collection within the 96th and Tieton Annexation area is presently capable of being served by Yakima Waste Systems, Inc., under authority issued by the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission (WUTC) to both residential and commercial accounts and the City desires to provide such services to residential accounts only in accordance with RCW 35.13.280; and WHEREAS, RCW 35.13.280 requires the City to grant Yakima Waste Systems, Inc., as the current WUTC-authorized provider of garbage and refuse collection and disposal service within the 96th and Tieton Annexation area, a franchise to continue such service to residential properties within the 96th and Tieton Annexation area for a term of not less than seven years after annexation becomes effective, such franchise does not apply to garbage and refuse generated by commercial establishments because the City does not provide or contract for such service. 4 WHEREAS, pursuant to due and legal notice, the City Council held a public hearing on said annexation on July 2, 2019 and; WHEREAS, the City Council has been fully advised and finds that all statutory requirements have been satisfied in order and accomplish the proposed annexation, and that it is in the best interest of the City and its residents to annex said property; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF YAKIMA: Section 1. Findings 1. The annexation petition requirements of RCW 35.13.420 have been satisfied by annexation petitions signed by the owners of a majority of the acreage of the 96th and Tieton Annexation area. 2. The 96th and Tieton Annexation should be annexed to the City of Yakima. 3. The 96'h and Tieton Annexation property shall be assessed and taxed at the same rate and basis as other property within the City of Yakima to pay for all or of any portion of the outstanding indebtedness of the City as incurred before, or existing at, the date of the annexation. 4. The 96th and Tieton Annexation area's Comprehensive Plan Designations of Mixed Residential and Commercial Mixed Use shall be in effect. 5. The City of Yakima shall file a completed Notice of Intention to the Yakima County Boundary Review Board. Section 2. The real property identified on the map attached hereto as Exhibit "A" and legally described in Exhibit "B" attached hereto and incorporated by reference herein, referred to as the "96th and Tieton Annexation," is hereby annexed into the City of Yakima, Washington, pending approval of the Yakima County Boundary Review Board of the proposed annexation as presented to it. Section 3. The 96th and Tieton Annexation area's Comprehensive Plan designation shall be Mixed Residential and Commercial Mixed Use, and the zoning shall be Two-Family Residential (R-2) Multi-Family Residential (R-3) and Local Business (B-2), as outlined in Exhibit "C." Section 4. The next regularly amended Zoning District Map prepared by the City of Yakima shall show the 96th and Tieton Annexation area zoned and classified as set forth in Section 3 above. Section 5. The City Clerk is hereby authorized and directed to file, pending approval of the Yakima County Boundary Review Board to the proposal as specifically outlined herein, a certified copy of this ordinance with the Yakima County Auditor and with the Board of County Commissioners of Yakima County, Washington, and to transmit a certified copy of this ordinance to the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission to notify it of the City's intent to annex and to provide residential refuse collection and disposal service to the 96th and Tieton Annexation area. Section 6. As required by RCW 35.13.270, the City Clerk is hereby authorized and directed to provide, pending approval of the Yakima County Boundary Review Board, notification by certified mail that includes a list of the Assessor's tax parcel numbers of all 5 properties within the 96th and Tieton Annexation area to the Yakima County Treasurer and Assessor at least sixty days before the effective date of the annexation. Section 7. There is hereby granted to Yakima Waste Systems, Inc., in accordance with and for the term provided by RCW 35.13.280, an exclusive franchise to provide garbage and refuse collection and disposal service to residential properties in the 96th and Tieton Annexation area for a record of seven years from the effective date of the annexation. Such franchise does not apply to garbage and refuse generated by commercial establishments. Section 8. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect 60 days after consideration and approval of the Yakima County Boundary Review Board, and publication as provided by law and by the City Charter. PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL, signed and approved this 2' day of July, 2019. ATTEST: Kathy Coffey, Mayor Sonya Clear Tee, City Clerk Publication Date: Effective Date: Section 7 above is accepted by Franchisee this day of Yakima Waste Systems, Inc. By: Signer's Name Printed: Signer's Title: 6 7 EXHIBIT "A" Annexation Map 96th and Tieton Annexation I I , -• , • . • • • 3 • • . • . l v • Yak=eren GdY:Cimia. t..A4 0 • i . Annexation:Area—f=-9:.e Acres R.. Yeimw J=ben Area ... 8 EXHIBIT "B" Legal Description Parcels: 171324-44407,44415,44416,44417, 44418, 44419, and 44420 Section 24 Township 13 Range 17 Quarter SE. Beginning at the NE corner of Lot 1 SP 84-197,thence S 89°53' 33" W 625.78 ft to the NW corner of Lot 4 SP 84-200, thence S 0°08'49" E 649.10 ft to the SW corner of Lot 3 SP 84-200, thence N 90°0' E 622.7 ft to the SE corner of Lot 2 SP 84-197, then N 0°07' 30" E 650.27 ft to the point of beginning. And including the complete Right-of-Way for Tieton Drive to the SW corner of Lot 3 SP 84-200 9 EXHIBIT "C" Zoning and Future Land Use 96th and Tieton Annexabon- City Zoning . •, 1 . so * *is • my * As Ai. 4 ; .; I 4 v 4 ; ; I.; • 4 V *4 ; Iiihria III3334r E•42:24241 4:1•1:::::::::::::::::::::::::::°E;;;;;;;Ti:' ::;;;;t;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;OPRVOMISEOE0E0E0E0.4:';E•BEE•BEE*3 ';*;*;*);*??•;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;E;;;;EMEEEZME41 1 4,kla MovN)MI1, 0 '•.,w,YNI P'“1,',n4.*”. ; trra. ,sa ;104,, ,,,,,'"''.,“n••*<."`^' R,..,ti.".{4MEF Ed.(4.,i 4IXire15At.5 44.7C':',A 54.^',. g:*gr `'-I 4.a ah,,A x ff. Araexesoitrea 10 EXHIBIT "C" Zoning and Future Land Use neth and Teton Annexation- 'City Future Land Use , , • • ; , ; , . . , 4 43' 4 44 I ) ) ) I ) km)..)C c C Ca ktAr)3I),..30II3 c)ca 333'''‘''''t''3''33'134.4 AllileXatUDRArea ' 6 M.,“A•flkll'A DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Joan Davenport, AICP, Director Planning Division CITY OF YAKIMA Joseph Calhoun, Manager 11 129 North Second Street, 2nd Floor,Yakima,WA 98901 ask.planning@yakimawa.gov • www.yakimawa.gov/services/planning CITY OF YAKIMA FINDINGS of FACT, CONCLUSIONS & RECOMMENDATION for PETITION FOR ANNEXATION Application #ANX#001-18, PETITION 19-01 PETITIONER: Ray Novobielski, et. al. LOCATION: NW corner of S 96th Ave and Tieton Dr. PARCEL(S): 181314-14433, 41406, 41407, 41408, 41519, 41520, 41521 DATE OF PETITION: December 18, 2018 DATE OF RECOMMENDATION: July 2, 2019 STAFF CONTACT: Joseph Calhoun, Planning Manager I. DESCRIPTION OF REQUEST: Petition to annex seven (7) parcels and adjacent rights- of-way, totaling approximately 9.7 acres, into the City of Yakima II. PROPERTY INFORMATION: The annexation area includes the following zoning and land use: Parcel Zoning Land Use Acres 171324-44407 B-2 — Local Business Single Family Home 0.52 171324-44420 B-2 — Local Business Single Family Home 1.95 171324-44419 R-2 —Two-Family Residential Single Family Home 1.97 171324-44418 R-2 —Two-Family Residential Vacant Land 1.5 171324-44417 R-2 —Two-Family Residential Vacant Land 1.22 171324-44415 R-3 — Multi-Family Residential Vacant Land 0.94 171324-44416 R-3— Multi-Family Residential Vacant Land 1.22 Adjacent ROW N/A Roadway 0.4 III. ANNEXATION TIMELINE: Annexation Petition Received December 18, 2019 Council Acceptance of Petition February 19, 2019 Legal Description Certified by County Engineer May 9, 2019 Annexation Signatures Certified by County Assessor May 13, 2019 Council Set Date June 4, 2019 Public Notice Sent June 6, 2019 Public Notice Published in Newspaper June 7, 2019 Annexation Signs Posted on Property June 12, 2019 IV. FINDINGS OF FACT: 12 A. Annexation Procedure: The 96th and Tieton Annexation was submitted and processed under the "Alternative Direct Petition Method" in RCW 35.13.410-460. This statute requires that a majority of property owners in the annexation area sign the petition. For the 96th and Tieton Annexation, 100% of the property owners signed the petition. B. Urban Growth Area: Per RCW 36.70A.110(3), "Urban growth should be located first in areas already characterized by urban growth that have existing public facility and service capacity to serve such development, and second in areas already characterized by urban growth that will be served by a combination of both existing public facilities and services and any additional needed public facilities are provided by either public or private sources. Further, it is appropriate that urban government services be provided by cities, and urban government services should not be provided in rural areas." The 2003 Yakima County Wide Planning Policies (YCWPP) includes the following policy statement: A.3.12.: Annexations will not occur outside established urban growth areas. Annexations will occur within urban growth areas according to the provisions of adopted interlocal agreements, if any. The City of Yakima and Yakima County Interlocal Agreement (Resolution R-2015-139) promotes orderly and contiguous development of the City through annexation. In the preamble of the agreement it is noted "The purpose of UGA designation is to target these areas for urban growth and urban levels of services, and eventual annexation or incorporation." C. Comprehensive Plan Criteria: The City of Yakima Comprehensive Plan 2040 provides the following criteria, Policy 2.1.9 of the Land Use Element: Consider annexation requests in accordance with review criteria, including, but not limited to: a. Areas to be annexed are included in the UGA. Staff Response: The total area of the 96th and Tieton Annexation is within the UGA b. The annexation boundary, where appropriate, should adjust any impractical or irregular boundaries created in the past. Staff Response: This annexation will encompass the NW corner of S 96t''Avenue and Tieton Drive. Currently, the City Limits extend west along Tieton Drive (including only the rights-of-way) for approximately 350-feet. c. The annexation boundary should, where appropriate, provide a contiguous and regular boundary with current City limits. Staff Response: This annexation area is contiguous to the existing City limits. Yakima INP 2015 1994 13 d. The annexation proposal should create and/or preserve logical service areas. Annexations generally should not have or create abnormally irregular boundaries that are difficult to serve. Staff Response: The 96th and Tieton Annexation creates a logical service area by bringing into the city areas zoned for urban development that have access to City Sewer service, consistent with the City/County interlocal agreement. There is an existing sewer line in Tieton Dr. that extends approximately 120-feet past the existing City Limits. Because of the north-south slope and lack of a useable sewer line south of the 96th/Tieton intersection, the Northwestern properties are the only viable areas for connection and urban development. e. The City should give priority consideration to annexation proposals that are financially self-sufficient or those where the fiscal impact can be improved. The City should develop a variety of service delivery or revenue enhancing options to increase the feasibility of annexation. The City will prepare a fiscal analysis of the annexation proposal prior to annexation. Staff Response: The fiscal impact of this annexation is minimal, and general fund revenue will increase as development occurs. The annexation area is largely vacant, with only three single-family homes in the area. The addition of+/- 10 people is not anticipated to have any impact to the delivery of City services. As development occurs and property taxes increase, the City will receive permit and connection fees along with property tax revenue. The annexation area's assessed value is approximately $2.93 million, which is anticipated to generate approximately $2,938 in property tax revenue based on current rates. As most of the annexation area (4.8 acres) is vacant and zoned R-2 and R-3, it is anticipated that future residential development will occur. Of the vacant 4.8 acres of residential land, approximately 1.7 acres is encumbered by floodplain. At R-2 and R- 3 densities, the remaining buildable area could support approximately 31 dwelling units. The City of Yakima has approximately 2.73 persons per household (Comprehensive Plan 2040) which would only add about 82 people at full buildout, bringing the total population of the annexation area to approximately 100 people. ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Zoning Acreage outside FloodPlaiii Less 25%for Streets,Parking,and OPeri SPace DerisitY R-3: 15 du/nra 1.2 0.9 13.5 R-2: 12 du/nra 1.9 1.425 17.1 Total Units 31 2.73 people/unit 82 From a fiscal standpoint, the impact to city services is minimal and it is not anticipated that existing city services would suffer as a result of this annexation. All of the S 96th Ave ROW and approximately 56% of the Tieton Drive ROW adjacent to the annexation area is already in the City Limits. Approximately 265 linear feet of Tieton Drive would be added to the City Limits. New development would be responsible to extend utilities Yakima 2015 1994 14 and frontage improvements. As noted above, when development occurs the City will receive the permit and connection fees, along with the property tax revenue of the newly developed properties. According to the City's 2017 Capital Facilities Plan (CFP), the effective Level of Service (LOS) for the Yakima Police Department (YPD) is 1.6 officers per 1,000 residents, and the LOS policy is 1.8 officers per 1,000 residents. The addition of approximately 100 residents at total buildout will generate a need for 0.16 and 0.18 FTE, respectively. The 2017 YPD Annual Report identified an overall 11% decrease in total crime/1,000 population from 2016. The Yakima Fire Department (YFD) measures LOS based upon response time. According to the 2017 Annual Report, the average response time for all alarms was 6:08 minutes, exceeding the adopted 2017 CFP LOS of 8:00 minutes. YFD Fire Station 92 is located approximately 1 mile east of the proposed annexation and is already providing service in the immediate vicinity. In addition, YFD has an automatic aid agreement with Yakima County Fire District#12 for calls in this area. D. Public Comments: Three public comments were received prior to the February 19, 2019 Council meeting, one in favor of annexation and two in opposition. The first comment in opposition is from Blake Scully, who is concerned that the City has adequate financial capability to take on additional land and still provide adequate police, fire, and public works service. The second comment in opposition is from Nathan Craig, Fire Chief for Yakima County Fire District 12. Chief Craig discusses the boundary of the proposal being an irregular boundary. V. CONCLUSIONS 1. The Petition for the 96th and Tieton Annexation was signed by 100% of property owners, as certified by the Yakima County Assessor. 2. The 96th and Tieton Annexation is consistent with the applicable criteria found in the City of Yakima 2040 Comprehensive Plan, the Yakima Countywide Planning Policies, and the City/County Interlocal Agreement. 3. The City of Yakima has sufficient capacity to serve the annexed area. VI. RECOMMENDATION TO CITY COUNCIL The Planning Division recommends approval of the proposed 96th and Tieton Annexation Ordinance. If approved by Council, the necessary documents will be transmitted to the Yakima County Boundary Review Board (BRB) for final consideration. If ultimately approved by the BRB, the Ordinance will be filed and become effective 60 days thereafter. Yakima INP 2015 1994 � �~ 15 �PETITION NO. BEFORE THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OFYAKIMA IN THE MATTER OP THE PETITION ) FOR THE ANNEXATION OF THE ) PETITION FOR ANNEXATION PROPERTY DESCRIBED BELOWWE THE UNDERSIGNED, being the OWNERS of a majority of the acreage, of the real property described on ) � � EXHIBIT A attached hereto or any portion thereof, lying contiguous to the City of Yakima,Washington,do hereby petition that such territory be annexed to and made a part of the City of Yakima,Washington under the provisions of RCW 35.13, et seq., and any amendment thereto, of the State of Washington. The territory proposed to be annexed is within Yakima County,Washington and is described on EXHIBIT A attached hereto and depicted on EXHIBIT B, a diagram which outlines the boundaries of the property sought to be annexed, further attached hereto. WHEREFORE,the undersigned respectfully petition the Honorable City Council of the City of Yakima and ask: 1. That appropriate action be taken to entertain this petition, fixing a date for public hearing, causing notice to Uo published and posted specifyingtheUmoondp|aceufouchheahnQ. ondinvitingoUpemunointnnestedtu appear and voice approval or disapproval of such annexation; and 2. That the following such hearing, and subsequent to approval by the Boundary Review Board for Yakima County, if such is convened,the City Council determine by ordinance that such annexation shall be effective;and that property so annexed shall become a part of the City of Yakima,Washington subject to its laws and ordinances then and thereafter inforce THE PETITIONERS HERETO AGREE: ^ that all property within the territory hereby sought toba annexed shall be assessed and taxed at the same rate and at the same basis as property within the City of Yakima including any uv in accordance with the requirements of the City Council of the City of Yakima. If more than one petition is necessary, all such pages will be presented and considered as one Petition and may be filed with other pages containing additional ~ natum�swhiuhcunnula=_lymaybocons)denodauaoing|ePnbtion. PRAYER OF PETITION: 1. Annexation of area described in EXHIBIT A- Legal Description& EXHIBIT B-Map; and %. There will bmon assumption of indebtedness of the City of Yakima; and 3. Retention of the City of Yakima Comprehensive Plan 240 for the subject area; and 4. Retention of zoning consistent with the City of Yakima Comprehensive Plan 2O4O. MINUTES FROM THE FEBRUARY 19. 2018C|TY COUNCIL MEETING: ~ "ACCEPT the annexation ooproposed; ^ NOT REQUIRE the simultaneous adoption e comprehensive plan; and ^ REQUIRE the assumption of any share of the existing City indebtedness by the area to be annexed that may appropriately be applied\nthem.^ INSTRUCTIONS TO SIGNERS AND VOLUNTEER SOLICITORS 1. Sign your name oo you sign on legal documents. Married women sign"Mary D. Jonmo.^ not^Mnu.John D. Jones." 2. The signature of an owner of record, as determined by the records of the county auditor, shall be sufficient without the signature of his or her spouse. 3. In the f mortgaged property,the signature of the mortgagor 4. |n the case ufpmpehypurchased contract, the contract purchaser, 000hownbythe records of the County Auditor, shall be deemed sufficient, without the signature of his or her spouse. 5. Any officer of a corporation owning land within the area involved who is duly authorized to execute deeds or encumbrances on behalf of the corporation, may sign on behalf of such corporation, and shall attach to the petition certified excerpt from G. When property or -' \N ua,dionhoubeon appointed, i or guardian, oo the case may be, shall beequivalent to the signature of the owner of the property; and 7. When parcel of property is owned by,multiple owners, the oiqpotuneofon owner dosigpotadby,the- multiple owners is sufficient. Please submit this to the City nfYakima,Washington'hothe Planning Division located at 129 ' N2"*St, Yakima,WA 98901`for formal processing. If you have any questionsregarding this document or a question regarding annexations, please contact the Planning Division ot5O9,575~6183 ������q����� ` "�`��n���� &1*y 2019 CITY Al������� �r� 16 Owner Signature ) Printed Address Phone Parcel Date Name Number Number(s) Signed y I / Represented Norman and 5808 A f e' Beverly mitview Ave 171324 44420 Leaverton 11, 89 Yakima,WA 98908 'atrick True 402 S 96th Ave and Sonia Yakima,WA 98908 171324-44419 Rodriguez .. °" t] Lisa A 9705 Tieton Dr Escobar Yakima,WA 98908 171324-44407 Kenneth and PO Box 8087 171324-44415 Ida Lee Yakima,WA 98908 171324-44416 Pottenger 171324-44418 Raymond 200 Abbess Ln and Pamela Yakima,WA 98908 171324-44417 4Vovobielski 17 wpm OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK ', 129 North Second Street r IS „� 6 Yakima, Washington 98901 _' Phone (509) 575-6037 a Fax (509) 576-6614 CITY OF YAKIMA NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING 96'h AVE & TIETON DRIVE ANNEXATION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Yakima City Council will conduct a Public Hearing on Tuesday, July 2, 2019, at 6 p.m. or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, in the Council Chambers at City Hall located at 129 North 2nd Street, Yakima, WA to consider the annexation, located in the vicinity of 96'h Avenue and Tieton Drive. Any citizen wishing to comment on this request is invited to attend such public meeting and voice their approval or disapproval of the annexation or contact the City Council in the following manner: 1) Send a letter via regular mail to "Yakima City Council, 129 N. 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901'; or, 2) E-mail your comments to citycouncfl nyakimawa.gov. Include in the e-mail subject line, "96th & Tieton Annexation." Please also include your name and mailing address. Dated this 7'h day of June, 2019. Sonya Clear Tee, CMC City Clerk ........ 96th and Tieton Annexation ., ,SELAtl. 'ke"' LEY Geed , • • &bh ' /`t- ••=•,.. _ • . . ...4. NA C H t....1. 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Co Courthouse • Room 112 •Yakima,WA 98901 • (509) 574-1100 JJ Toll Free 800-572-7354 • FAX(509) 574-1101 0 4'. web site: www.yes.co.yakima.wa.us/assessor I. . , if \ Determination of Sufficiency of Annexation Petition; City of Yakima—96th and Tieton Annexation (RCW 35A.01.050(4)) To: Joseph Calhoun, Planning Manager City of Yakima On April 10th, 2019 a petition for annexation was received by this office for determinations of the sufficiency of the petition per RCW 35.13.130 and 35.21.005 from the City of Yakima. The determination of the sufficiency was begun by this office on the terminal date of May 13th, 2019 and has now been completed based on the records of this office,the above-mentioned Certificate of Transmittal, and the agreements and legal authorities cited therein. The owners of and real properties comprising not less than 60% of the assessed value of real property in the areas proposed for annexation are signers of an annexation petition, and the above numbered petition is determined and declared sufficient. Done this 13th day of May \..., - Dave Cook, Yakima County Assessor i 1' MAY 1 6 2019 CITY I YAKIMA NNING DV. Determination of Sufficiency of Annexation Petition 21 Yakima County... ..... ....i....'w.� ib:.... .... Roads Matt Pietrusiewicz P.E.-County Engineer 128 North Second Street • Fourth Floor Courthouse • Yakima,Washington 98901 r. ► irin.A (509)574-2300 • 1-800-572-7354 • FAX(509)574-2301 • www.co.yakima.wa.us RECEIVED May 9th, 2019 MAY 1 8 2019 CITYYAKIMA City of Yakima Department of Community Development PL OfF Attn: Joseph Calhoun PANNINGG DIV. 129 North 2'd Street, 2nd r ioor, Yakima, WA 98901 SUBJECT: Certification of Annexation Legal Description Mr. Calhoun, As requested in your letter dated April 8, 2019 the legal description given in Exhibit"A" and shown in Exhibit"B" has been reviewed and is certified to be true and accurate for the purposes of the annexation known as the "96th and Tieton Annexation". The exhibits are re-attached herein for ease and clarity. If you need further assistance, please contact me at (509) 574-2320. Sincerely, Matt Pietrusiewicz, P.E. Yakima County Engineer Yakima County Roads Yakima County ensures full compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 by prohibiting discrimination against any person on the basis of race,color;national origin,or sex in the provision of benefits and services resulting from its federally assisted programs and activities. For questions regarding Yakima County's Title VI Program,you may contact the Title VI Coordinator at 509-574-2300. If this letter pertains to a meeting and you need special accommodations,please call us at 509-574-2300 by 10:00 a.m,three days prior to the meeting. For TDD users,please use the State's toll free relay service 1-800-833-6388 and ask the operator to dial 509-574-2300. , 22 EXHIBIT "A" 96th and Tieton Annexation Legal Description: Parcels: 171324-44407, 44415, 44416, 44417, 44418, 44419, and 44420 Section 24 Township 13 Range 17 Quarter SE. Beginning at the NE corner of Lot 1 SP 84-197, thence S 89°53' 33"W 625.78 ft to the NW corner of Lot 4 SP ,;4-200, thence S 0° 08' 49" E 649.10 ft to the SW corner of Lot 3 SP 84-200, thence N 90° 0' E 622.7 ft to the SE corner of Lot 2 SP 84-197, then N 0°07' 30" E 650.27 ft to the point of beginning. And including the complete Right-of-Way for Tieton Drive to the SW corner of Lot 3 SP 84-200•k . 1tl: , 23 Notice Of Intention To Commence Annexation Proceedings To:The City Council City of Yakima, Washington Ken Pottenger Norm Leaverton Patrick True 6270 Naches Heights Rd. 4112 Summitview 402 S.96th Avenue Yakima,WA 98908 Yakima,WA 98908 Yakima,WA 98908 Raymond Novobielski Lisa Escobar 200 Abbess Lane 9705 Tieton Drive Yakima, WA 98908 Yakima,WA 98908 17132444415,17132, ,16, 17132, ,18, 17132444420, 17132444419, 171324, ,17, 17132444407 and hereby notifies the City Council of the City of Yakima that they intend to commence annexation proceedings to have the above referenced real property annexed to the City of Yakima.That the above named,owner(s)of the properties for which annexation will be petitioned, respectfully request the City council to meet with its officers within 60 days to determine whether the City will accept the proposed annexation.This page is one of a number of identical pages forming one notice intended by the signers of this document to be presented and considered as one notice and may be considered as a single notice. Dated at Yakima, :shington,thisi.3 day of ,frr ,2018. /zairs:: i lilA ,441111117;riti.lr. ...sow P—W4111,FoNip Ken Pottenger orm on Patrick True +1 1 Ray ond Novobielski Lisa Escobar ECEIVE* DEC 2 2018 Y. 11 A 24 From: 8ananom|inda To: Plaxrv, Uoa CalhomuJoqroh Subject: nAb 96,kx Delon Annexation Date: Monday, February^+,2^19 2:53:58pw Attachments: iman0001.nou imooeoo+.nnn FY|—fnrthorocord. &luumUodmlbmrrm Community Development Administrative Assistant IN This emoil is ci public record of the Cityof Pokinno cind is subject to public disclosure unlessexempt underthe Acishington Public Records Act. This omm/is subject m the Smtn Retention Schedule. From: Price, [aUy Sent: Monday, February 04` 201925JPM To: |bana, Rosa|inda /Rosa|inda.|barra@yakinoavva.Xov/; Davenport, Joan /]oan.Davenport@yakinoavva.Xov/ Subject: FVV: 96th &TietonAnnexation Please include as part of public comments Ca||yPricc Assistant tn the City Manager City Manager, Mayor, and Council office 129 North 2o: Street Yakima, VVA989U1 Phnne: 509-575'6O4O Fax: 5O9'576-6335 wvmxyakinoau/a.�nv N0l7CE0FPV8UCoD�L0�VRBTh)��mo)/n��non�)�yohU�dnmn)n �nycvr��ynndnnorhnmnrtn�h�nmn!/ occnuntmoybc0pub/)c/rco/z� 8cco/z�)��� thbcmni//nwho/cu//n9mtmnyb��ub/�c� �o�Uzc/nnu/�pu/�unnt �o8C0/4z �6, ,c�,/d/�ao�onydo/mnf�nn�d�nUu//�yo,p//vi/c�oons�tcdbyunox�o/no/pmty From: Blake Scully [nnai|tnscuUyh164hlDgnnaiixon"] Sent: Monday, February 4` 2019955AM To: City Council /C|tyInund|PYAK|K4AVVA.GOV/ Subject: 96th &TietonAnnexation I am writing today to voice my concem with the proposed annexation of 9.32 acres in the vicinity of9&h Avenue and Tidoo Drive. Imo urging you|o vote against the recent petition 25 to proceed with annexation for the land in the area of 96th Avenue and Tieton Dr. With the recent budget difficulties the City of Yakima now is not the time to add an additional workload to our public services, with minimal addition to the tax base. I have seen first hand the long wait times for city residents to receive basic police services. It is not uncommon for citizens to have to wait well over 3, sometimes 6-8 hours just to speak to a police officer to make a report. On some occasions citizens are called back and told that an officer would be unable to respond and to call back tomorrow. This to me is unacceptable and shows that with current budget cuts and an understaffed police department, the City of Yakima does NOT need to add any additional workload until the level of service can be increased for the current citizens of the City of Yakima. Furthermore,the current staffing of the fire department can not support any additional workload created by annexation. Like the police department,the fire department has been the victim of recent city budget cuts. This makes me fear that the level of service I receive will be impacted by adding the additional workload. Lastly, the public works division struggles to keep up with keeping the infrastructure in the city operational in a timely manner currently. I do not believe that the city is in a position financially or with its services to add any additional workload and I fear that the level of service currently provided will decrease with the additional workload. Blake Scully Yakima 26 From: Priceca|h To: Plaxrv, Uoa Subject: RE: 96,kxTiemnAnnexation Date: Wednesday, February^6,2^19 10:52:19«w Attachments: iman000z.nou imooeoo+oi[ imaoeoos.00n imaoeow.nnn | believe itisnoroig@mestva||mvfirm.nnnn Ca||yPricc Assistant tn the City Manager City Manager, Mayor, and Council office nd 129 North 2 Street Yakima, VVA9O901 Phnne: 509-575'6O4O Fax: 5O9'576-6335 w"*wYakinoawa.Qov N0l7�E0�PU8U��8�L0�U8BTh)�mno//o�nnun�/�9ub//�nhmo)nAnycor��9nndon�nhnmnrtn�h�mno// oo;m/n�moybnuyoh/)�rncnrd ���nrd)/��� �h�omn!//n*hn/nm /n9nr�mnybo�oh/oc� �n�0��/oxu/�yomunn� �oR�W/4z �6, /«�u/d/��an�onydo/moycon�d�nUu/)�yo/p/)vi/«��un�a�edbyun�x�mnu/pm�Y From: Maxey, Lisa Sent: Wednesday, February 6, 20191032AM To: Price, [a||y/[a||y.Price@yakinoavva.Xov/ Subject: FVV: 96th &TietonAnnexation HiCaUy' Could you p|amsm provide me the arnmi| address that this comment from Nathan Craig was sent from? It's not showing in the message. Thanks! Lisa Maxey Planning Specialist Planning Division p:509�57G6669 �--- 129 North2nd Street,Yakima, Washington, 98901 From: |barra, Rosa|inda Sent: Monday, January 28, 201910:04AM To: Maxey, Lisa /Uoa.K4axoyCcDY&K|MAVV&,GOV/; Calhoun, Joseph /joscPh.Ca|hnun(3YAK|K4AVVA.G0V/ Subject: FVV: 96th &TietonAnnexation 27 Rosalinda Ibarra coromuu s Dn.elopment Administrative Assistant email rig This email is a public record of the City of Yakima and is subject to public disclosure unless exempt under the Washington Public Records Act. This email is subject to the State Retention Schedule. From: Price, Cally Sent Monday, January 28, 2019 9:36 AM To: Ibarra, Rosalinda <Rosalinda.lbarrataDyakimawa.gov>; Davenport,Joan cJoan.DavenporttEyakimawa4ov> Subject: FW: 96th &Tieton Annexation Please add to the record. Cally Price Assistant to the City Manager City Manager, Mayor, and Council office 129 North 2"h Street Yakima, WA 98901 Phone: 509-575-6040 Fax: 509-576-6335 kARAmt.vaklmawa.aov From: Craig, Nathan Sent: Friday, January 25, 2019 10:40 AM To: City Council <City.Council6DYAKIMAWA.GOV> Subject: 96th &Tieton Annexation City Cou ncil- I am writing to submit comments on the proposed annexation at 96th Ave and Tieton Drive, these comments are for disapproval of this proposed annexation. This annexation does not fit into the City of Yakima Comprehensive Plan's criteria of accepting annexation requests that resolve irregular boundaries; in-fact, this annexation would create an irregular boundary. Currently the city/county line is 96th Ave, this annexation would create a bump out of seven parcels across the current line which will make the boundary irregular and confusing at 28 best. Previously this occurred further north of this proposed annexation on 96th Ave and now 8N, 10N, 12N and 14N 96th Ave are all within the city limits yet on the west side of 96th Ave. This was a mistake that at the time the District thought would not be approved due to creating an irregular boundary however, the land was annexed and now sits as a small bump out on what used to be a straight boundary line. Interestingly enough the home that was built for this previous annexation belongs to a City of Yakima employee and this new proposed annexation has a home belonging to a previous city council member. Because this proposed annexation will further disturb what was an easily identified and straight boundary, the Fire District requests you reject this proposal on the basis of the annexation not meeting your criteria for resolving irregular boundaries. If you have any questions or concerns please contact me. Respectfu Ily, Nathan Craig Fire Chief Yakima County Fire District 12 10000 Zier Rd. Yakima, WA 98908 P: 509-966-3111 F: 509-966-4939 29 From: Iharra Rnsahada To: Msxev,Liss Calhoun,Joseph Subject: FW: 96th&TIETON ANNEXATION Date: Wednesday,January 23,2019 11:26:31 AM FYI Rosalinda Ibarra Community Development Administrative Assistant This email is a public record of the City of Yakima and is subject to public disclosure unless exempt under the Washington Public Records Act. This email is subject to the State Retention Schedule. Original Message From: Price, Cally Sent: Wednesday, January 23, 2019 11:26 AM To: Davenport, Joan<Joan.Davenport@yakimawa.gov>;Ibarra,Rosalinda<Rosalinda.Ibarra@yakimawa.gov> Subject: FW: 96th&TIETON ANNEXATION For the record Cally Price Assistant to the City Manager City Manager,Mayor, and Council office 129 North 2nd Street Yakima,WA 98901 Phone: 509-575-6040 Fax: 509-576-6335 www.yakimawa.gov NOTICE OF PUBLIC DISCLOSURE: This email account is public domain. Any correspondence from or to this email account may be a public record. Accordingly,this email in whole or in part may be subject to disclosure pursuant to RCW 42.56,regardless of any claim of confidentiality or privilege asserted by an external party. Original Message From: Charlie [alai]n olhines570lgrnail.porn] Sent: Wednesday, January 23, 2019 6:13 AM To: City Council<City.Council@YAKIMAWA.GOV> Subject: 96th&TIETON ANNEXATION Honorable City Council, I wholeheartedly support the annexation.Now is the right time to annex. THANK YOU, Charlie Hines