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<br />RESOLUTION NO. <br /> <br />~b <br /> <br />A RESOLUTION INITIATING AND ORDERING <br />ESTABLISHMENT OF A LOCAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT <br />FOR SANITARY SEWERS,TRENCH REPAIR PAVING, IN <br />PRAIRIE ROAD FROM BEL TUNE ROAD TO KAISER (JOB <br />#~437) <br /> <br />THE CITY COUNCil OF THE CITY OF EUGENE FINDS AS FOllOWS: <br /> <br />A. Under ORS 224.020,224.040,224.050, and 454.215 the City may construct <br /> <br />sanitary sewers within or without its corporate limits and do all work the City Council deems <br /> <br />essential and proper for the construction and operation of sanitary sewers and trench <br /> <br />repair paving. <br /> <br />B. On March 4, 1991, the Eugene City Council held a public hearing to consider <br /> <br />approval of the Highway 99 North Annexation and Urban Services Policy Agreement. The <br /> <br />purpose of the agreement was to regulate annexations and make provision for urban <br /> <br />services in the unincorporated portions of the Highway 99 North industrial area. The <br /> <br />Council approved the following motion: "To direct the City manager to execute the Highway <br /> <br />99 North policy and annexation agreements; to seek ordinance changes by Lane County, <br /> <br />rule changes by DEQ, and statutory changes by the legislature to implement these <br /> <br />agreements; and to amend Section 4 of the Annexation and Urban Services Policy <br /> <br />Agreement to reflect a tax differential rate that will cover approximately half the cost of a <br /> <br />refinement plan." All the necessary steps outlined above have been accomplished. <br /> <br />In April of 1991, the Industrial Corridor Community Organization, a Oregon nonprofit <br /> <br />Resolution - 1 <br />