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Annexation law in North Carolina

David M. Lawrence

Annexation law in North Carolina

by David M. Lawrence

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Published by Institute of Government, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in [Chapel Hill] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • North Carolina.
    • Subjects:
    • Annexation (Municipal government) -- North Carolina

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementDavid M. Lawrence.
      ContributionsUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Institute of Government.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKFN7831.9.A5 L39
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv. (loose-leaf) ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3727511M
      ISBN 101560114134
      LC Control Number2003373998
      OCLC/WorldCa52277064

      Annexation is the methodical extension of a city's boundaries into adjacent unincorporated areas, and the corresponding extension of that city's services to the areas encompassed by the new boundaries. In North Carolina, annexation is governed by state laws and statutes that allow cities and towns to annex adjacent areas under certain. (7) Repealed by Session Laws , s. 2, effective July 1, (8) If a public body has a Web site, conspicuously post notice of the referendum until after the certification of the election. (i) Referendum Vote on Annexation Ordinance. – The procedures in G.S. A shall apply to any annexation under this Part.

      Last year, the General Assembly passed an Annexation Reform package, H, that made a major change in the state's involuntary annexation law: it .   Specifically, they argued that North Carolina law recognizes the importance of municipalities in providing the governmental services necessary to support residential, commercial, industrial, institutional, and government development, the land classifications that allow for annexation.

      HB - Changing Local Annexation Laws - North Carolina Key Vote. Timeline. J House Bill Passed Ma Introduced Issues Related to HB Date: January, Charlotte, North Carolina Annexation History Year Annexed – – – – –


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Annexation law in North Carolina by David M. Lawrence Download PDF EPUB FB2

The second of three volumes on North Carolina annexation law. Volume 1addresses topics that are relevant regardless of the statutory annexation procedure used by a city. The second volume addresses voluntary annexation, Annexation law in North Carolina book the third addresses involuntary annexation.

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction to Voluntary Annexation 2. The second edition of the first of three volumes on North Carolina annexation law, updated through Volume 1 addresses topics that are relevant regardless of the statutory annexation procedure used by a city.

The second volume addresses voluntary annexation, and the third addresses involuntary annexation. Annexation laws by North Carolina. General Assembly.

Legislative Research Commission.; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Annexation (Municipal government); Places: North Carolina. North Carolina law allows annexation when growth reaches an established point of density in contiguous property and does not require property owner concurrence or approval.

At the present time in South Carolina, the three ways a municipality can annex a piece of contiguous property are: 1. The property owner(s) request to be annexed. For years, the state legislature set the boundaries for each of North Carolina’s cities.

But inthe General Assembly passed the “Annexation Act,” delegating nearly unlimited annexing authority to the cities themselves.

That law allowed annexation of private property in the county by voluntary or involuntary (forced) means. UPDATE August Inthe legislature replaced the petition process described below with a referendum requirement.

The current law is summarized here. Nearly 40 annexation-related bills were introduced during this legislative session. Included in this number were identical House and Senate bills that would have imposed a one-year moratorium on involuntary annexation.

South Carolina’s annexation laws have prevented many cities from growing in an orderly fashion, even though urban areas are the driving force behind the state’s economy. In many cases the current annexation laws favor rural areas due to their longstanding domination in state politics, as well as support of property rights.

The petition need not be signed by the owners of real property that is wholly exempt from property taxation under the Constitution and laws of North Carolina, nor by railroad companies, public utilities as defined in G.S. (23), or electric or telephone membership corporations.

A petition is not valid in any of the following circumstances. In North Carolina, annexation is governed by state laws and statutes that allow cities and towns to annex adjacent areas under certain specific circumstances.

There are two types of annexation: city-initiated and voluntary. Under North Carolina law municipalities are in effect given absolute power to add desirable contiguous areas. The requirements for involuntary annexation are simple and clearly intended not only to smooth the process but also to permit the acquisition of as much valuable property as possible.

Session Law Annexations: Annexations that are enacted by the General Assembly through session laws shall be entered into the annexation database. The name or identifier given to the annexation will be the name of the municipality followed by SL followed by the session law number (e.g., Cary SL).

The enacted. How the Legislature Screwed Up – Legislation Complete Overhaul No Discussion of Urban Needs or Health of State Involuntary Annexation: Dead Top Places for Business and Careers (Most -- NC) 1. Raleigh, Charlotte, Durham, Wilmington, Greensboro, The municipality must give public notice of the proposed annexation and hold a public hearing at which those interested are given an opportunity to express their views.

The result of this meeting should be furnished by a copy of the minutes of the meeting or some other official written communication from the city/town to the South Carolina. annexation. Although there is no specific statute addressing this, it is a common practice, and is consistent with the relevant contract and utility cases.

For more information about these types of contracts, see David Lawrence’s book, Annexation Law in North Carolina, Volume I. North Carolina’s annexation law, adopted inreferencing definitions of agriculture elsewhere in state law, requires written owner consent for cities to annex land used for “bona fide farm purposes” 11 and specifies that any of the following constitutes evidence of being used for bona fide farm purposes.

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These changes in North Carolina's annexation laws are important for several reasons. They reflect a substantial shift in the balance of influence in the General Assembly, as municipal 7.

Act of Jch.N.C. Sess. Laws (codified as amended at scattered sections of N.C. GEN. STAT. A ()). an act to repeal the annexation of certain described territory into the town of yanceyville prior to the effective date of that annexation, to remove certain described property from the corporate limits of the city of greensboro, and to revise the mcdowell county board of education districts.

an act to modernize laws pertaining to the north. A grassroots coalition working to reform the Annexation Laws of North Carolina. These laws, as they are written today, invalidate the voice of individuals, deny the right to self-determination, and extinguish the individual rights of property owners.

Prepare for your North Carolina Contractor Exams at PSI with our exam prep book bundles, tabs, and pre-tabbed and highlighted books. Purchase the latest North Carolina codebooks and reference manuals with FREE shipping on purchases over $50!. Annexation data came from the North Carolina Secretary of State’s Land Records Management Section (), which makes available online all annexation ordinances filed in the state.

Municipal financial and socio-economic information came from the North Carolina Office of State Budget and Management’s Log Into North Carolina database ().An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Annexation laws: report to the General Assembly of North Carolina Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item.Below is a list of procedures that will be followed for all annexation cases.

Annexation Cases. Please note: Case numbers are assigned in the year of submittal. If the case does not appear in the current year, please look in the previous year's case folder.

Annexation Cases. Annexation Cases. Annexation Cases. Annexation Cases.