Iowa Admin. Code r. 263-7.6 - Amendment of application
Current through Register Vol. 44, No. 20, April 6, 2022
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263—7.6(368) Amendment of application.
7.6(1) No addition of territory. After a request for approval of an application for voluntary annexation has been filed with the board, it may not be amended to include additional territory.
7.6(2) Deletion of territory. A city may, upon its own motion or at the request of the board, seek amendment of an application for voluntary annexation to delete one or more of the parcels included in the proposal as filed with the board.
a. A motion to amend an application for voluntary annexation may be made at any time prior to issuance of the board order approving or denying the application.
b. The board shall provide notice of a proposed amendment by regular mail to all owners of land included in the application, each city whose boundary is within two miles of the annexation territory, the board of supervisors of each county containing a portion of the territory, each affected public utility, the regional planning authority which includes the territory, and all other parties of record in the board proceeding.
c. A party to the proceeding may file a resistance to the motion to amend within 14 days of the date of service of notice of the proposed amendment.
d. The board may grant a request to amend an application if it determines that the request serves the public interest.