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Notices of Intention 

2011


BRB 640-11: Proposed Annexation of 25 Acres to Whitworth Water District No. 2 (Shenandoah)

Whitworth Water District No. 2 proposes to annex 25 acres containing the Shenandoah Forest Mobile Home Park.  The area is designated Rural Traditional in Spokane County's Comprehensive Plan and zoned Rural Traditional. The Notice of Intention was filed October 24, 2011 and affected agencies or interested parties have until December 8, 2011 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction.  The Certificate of Expiration for the annexation was sent to Susan McGeorge, Manager, Whitworth Water District No. 2 on December 12, 2011.  The annexation was final as of January 5, 2012 pursuant to Whitworth Water District's Resolution No. 12-01.

BRB 639-11:  Proposed Extension of Water to 23.92 Acres to Spokane County Water District #3 (Custer Commercial Center)

Spokane County Water District #3 proposed to extend water to 23.92 acres.  The area is designated Regional Commercial in the City of Spokane Valley's Comprehensive Plan and zoned Regional Commercial. The Notice of Intention was filed July 25, 2011 and affected agencies or interested parties had until September 8, 2011 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction.  The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked, therefore the proposed action is hereby deemed approved.  The Certificate of Expiration for the water extension was sent to Ty Wick, Manager, of Spokane County Water District No. 3 on September 8, 2011 stating that the proposal was approved as submitted.

BRB 638-11:  Proposed Annexation of 380 Acres to the City of Airway Heights (East of Hayford Rd)

The City of Airway Heights proposed to annex 380 acres east of Hayford Road which includes a Walmart, other businesses, and residential property.  The City of Airway Heights has entered into an Interlocal Agreement with Spokane County and Fire District 10 to proceed with this annexation. The Notice of Intention was filed on July 13, 2011 and the effective date of the annexation will be January 1, 2012.  

BRB 637-11:  Proposed Annexation of 9.6 Acres Square Miles to the City of Spokane (West Plains North)

The City of Spokane proposed to annex 9.6 square miles in the West Plains which includes the Spokane International Airport, Geiger Correction Facility, and residential property. The City has entered into an Interlocal Agreement with Spokane County and Fire Districts 3 and 10 to proceed with this annexation. The Notice of Intention was filed on July 13, 2011 and the effective date of the annexation will be January 1, 2012. 

BRB 636-11:  Proposed Annexation of 158.09 Acres into Pasadena Park Irrigation District No. 17 (Valley Springs)

Pasadena Park Irrigation District No. 17 proposed to annex 158.09 acres.  The area is designated Urban Reserve and Low Density Residential in Spokane County's Comprehensive Plan and zoned Urban Reserve and Low Density Residential. The Notice of Intention was filed July 6, 2011 and affected agencies or interested parties had until August 19, 2011 to invoke jurisdiction. A Certificate of Expiration was sent on August 24, 2011 to Bruce Davidson, Manager, Pasadena Park Irrigation District No. 17 stating the proposal was approved as submitted. The annexation was final as of September 7, 2011 pursuant to Pasadena Park Irrigation District No. 17's Resolution No. 11-09-05.

BRB 635-11:  Proposed Annexation of 18.46 Acres into Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 (Catholic Cemeteries)

Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 proposed to annex 18.46 acres.  The area is designated Urban Reserve in Spokane County's Comprehensive Plan and zoned Urban Reserve. The Notice of Intention was filed March 3, 2011 and affected agencies or interested parties had until April 18, 2011 to invoke jurisdiction.  The Certificate of Expiration was sent  April 20, 2011 to Robert Ashcraft, Manager, Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 stating the proposal was approved as submitted. The annexation was final as of May 11, 2011 pursuant to Consolidated Irrigation District's Resolution No. 2011-05.

BRB 634-11:  Proposed Annexation of 79.32 Acres to Whitworth Water District #2 (Wahoo Addition)

Whitworth Water District #2 proposed to annex 79.32 acres.  The area is designated Rural Traditional in Spokane County's Comprehensive Plan and zoned Rural Traditional. The Notice of Intention was filed January 4, 2011 and affected agencies or interested parties had until February 18, 2011 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction.  The Certificate of Expiration was sent February 22, 2011 to Susan McGeorge, Manager, Whitworth Water District stating the proposal was approved as submitted.  The annexation was final as of March 3, 2011 pursuant to Whitworth Water District's Resolution No. 11-03.

2010


BRB 633-10:  Proposed Annexation of 252.66 Acres to East Spokane Water District #1 (Broadmoor)

East Spokane Water District #1 proposed to annex 252.66 acres containing 55 single-family residential lots.  The area is designated Urban Reserve and Rural Conservation in Spokane County's Comprehensive Plan and zoned Urban Reserve and Rural Conservation. The Notice of Intention was filed October 4, 2010 and affected agencies or interested parties had until November 18, 2010 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. The Certificate of Expiration was sent November 29, 2010 to Rick Adkins, Manager, East Spokane Water District #1 stating the proposal was approved as submitted.  The annexation was final as of December 14, 2010 pursuant to East Spokane Water District #1's Resolution #2010-6.

BRB 632-10:  Proposed Annexation of 85.06 Acres into Vera Water and Power (Pine Springs Farm)

Vera Water and Power proposed to annex 85.06 acres containing an apartment complex and other businesses.  The area is designated Community Commercial (CC), Low (LDRR) and Medium (MDR) Residential in Spokane County's Comprehensive Plan and zoned Community Commercial (CC), Low (LDRR) and Medium (MDR) Residential. The Notice of Intention was filed September 8, 2010 and affected agencies or interested parties had until October 22, 2010 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction.  A Certificate of Expiration was sent October 25, 2010 to Kevin Wells, Manager, Vera Water and Power stating the proposal was approved as submitted.  The annexation was final as of July 13, 2011 pursuant to Vera Water and Power's Resolution No. 95. 

BRB 631-10:  Proposed Annexation of 415 Acres into Spokane County Fire District No. 13 (Harvard Road North)

Spokane County Fire District No. 13 proposed to annex 415 acres containing low density residential and vacant parcels.  The area is designated Rural Conservation in Spokane County's Comprehensive Plan and zoned Rural Conservation (RCV). The Notice of Intention was filed August 24, 2010 and affected agencies or interested parties had until October 8, 2010 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction.  The Certificate of Expiration was sent to Toni Halloran, Deputy Chief, Spokane County Fire District No. 13 on October 12, 2010.  The annexation was final as of December 7, 2010 pursuant to Spokane County Fire District No. 13's Resolution 2010-10.

BRB 630-10:  Proposed Annexation of 66.68 Acres into Spokane County Fire District No. 13 (Bearz)

Spokane County Fire District No. 13 proposed to annex 66.68 acres.  The area is designated Rural Conservation in Spokane County's Comprehensive Plan and zoned Rural Conservation (RCV). The Notice of Intention was filed August 24, 2010 and affected agencies or interested parties had until October 8, 2010 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction.  The Certificate of Expiration was sent to Toni Halloran, Deputy Chief, Spokane County Fire District No. 13 on October 12, 2010.  The annexation was final as of December 7, 2010 pursuant to Fire District No. 13's Resolution No. 2010-9.

BRB 629-10:  Proposed Annexation of 6.50 Acres to Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District (Woodard Property)

Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District proposed to annex 6.50 acres containing one parcel.  The area is located within the City of Liberty Lake and is designated Freeway Commercial in the City of Liberty Lake's Comprehensive Plan. The Notice of Intention was filed on August 10, 2010 and affected agencies or interested parties had until September 24, 2010 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction.  The Certificate of Expiration was sent to Lee Mellish, Manager, Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District September 28, 2010.  The annexation was final as of October 20, 2010 pursuant to Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District's Resolution 24-10.

BRB 628-10:  Proposed Annexation of 87 Acres to Spokane County Fire District No. 13 (Winter Pines)

Spokane County Fire District No. 13 proposed to annex 87 acres containing nine single family homes. The area is located outside the Urban Growth Area and is designated Rural Conservation in Spokane County's Comprehensive Plan and zoned Rural Conservation (RCV). The Notice of Intention was filed on June 23, 2010 and affected agencies or interested parties had until August 6, 2010 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction.  The Certificate of Expiration was mailed to Toni Halloran, Deputy Chief on August 16, 2010.  The annexation was final August 16, 2010 pursuant to Spokane County Fire District No. 13's Resolution 2010-8.

BRB 627-10:  Proposed Annexation of 7.60 Acres into Trentwood Irrigation District No. 3 (Light of Gospel Church)

Trentwood Irrigation District No. 3 proposed to annex 7.60 acres containing two parcels and the Light of Gospel Church.  The area is designated Rural Conservation in Spokane County's Comprehensive Plan and zoned Rural Conservation (RCV). The Notice of Intention was filed on June 14, 2010 and affected agencies or interested parties had until July 29, 2010 to invoke the Board’s jurisdiction.  The Certificate of Expiration was sent to Devon Sinsley, Assistant Manager, Trentwood Irrigation District No. 3 on June 17, 2010. The annexation was final August 17, 2010 pursuant to Trentwood Irrigation District No. 3's Resolution 10-003

2009


BRB 626-09:  Proposed Water Extension to 7.66 into Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 (Hanson Water Extension)

Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 proposed to extend water to 7.66 acres which is in the Vera Irrigation District and is a part of the expansion of the Hanson East Business Center. The area is located within the City of Spokane Valley and is designated Mixed Use in the City of Spokane Valley’s Comprehensive Plan and zoned MUC – Mixed Use Center. The Notice of Intention was filed on September 1, 2009 and affected agencies or interested parties had until October 16, 2009 to invoke the Board’s jurisdiction.  The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked, therefore the proposed action is hereby deemed approved.

BRB 625-09:  Proposed Annexation of 12.97 Acres to Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 (Hanson Annexation)

Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 proposed to annex 12.97 acres for a proposed expansion of the Hanson East Business Center. The area is located within the City of Spokane Valley and is designated Mixed Use in City of Spokane Valley’s Comprehensive Plan and zoned MUC – Mixed Use Center. The Notice of Intention was filed on September 1, 2009 and affected agencies or interested parties had until October 16, 2009 to invoke the Board’s jurisdiction. The Certificate of Expiration was mailed to Robert Ashcraft, Manager, Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 on October 20, 2009.  The annexation was final July 14, 2010 pursuant to Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19's Resolution No. 2010-08.

BRB 624-09:  Proposed Annexation of 15.9 Acres to the City of Spokane (Greenfield Estates)

The City of Spokane proposed to annex 15.9 acres which includes the Greenfield Estates PUD on the City's eastern boundary (Havana south of Francis). The area is located within the Urban Growth Area and is designated MDR - Medium Density Residential in Spokane County’s Comprehensive Plan and zoned MDR - Medium Density Residential. The Notice of Intention was filed August 7, 2009 and affected agencies or interested parties had until September 21, 2009 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. The Certificate of Expiration was sent to John Mercer, Manager, City of Spokane on September 22, 2009.  The annexation was final January 1, 2010 pursuant to the City of Spokane's Ordinance No. C 34505.

BRB 623-09:  Proposed Annexation of 20.7 Acres to Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 (Grant)

Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 proposed to annex 20.7 acres. The area is located outside the Spokane County Urban Growth Area and is designated Rural Traditional in Spokane County’s Comprehensive Plan and zoned RT – Rural Traditional. The Certificate of Expiration was sent to Robert Ashcraft, Manager, Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 on September 22, 2009. The annexation was final as of July 14, 2010 pursuant to Consolidated Irrigation District's No. 19 Resolution No. 2010-07.

BRB 622-09:  Proposed Annexation of 48.19 Acres to Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District (Spokane County Liberty Lake Park)

Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District proposed to annex 48.19 acres. The area is located outside the City of Liberty Lake and is designated RCV – Rural Conservation and in Liberty Lake’s Comprehensive Plan and zoned RCV – Rural Conservation and RT – Rural Traditional. The Certificate of Expiration was sent September 8, 2009 to Lee Mellish, Manager, Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District.  The annexation was final as of September 9, 2009 pursuant to Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District's Resolution 26-09.

BRB 621-09:  Proposed Annexation of 9.33 Acres into Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District (Heggem Annexation)

Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District proposed to annex 9.33 acres containing one parcel.  The area is located within the City of Liberty Lake and is designated Freeway Commercial and in Liberty Lake's Comprehensive Plan and zoned Commercial.  The Certificate of Expiration was sent on April 20, 2009 to Lee Mellish, Manager, Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District stating the proposal was approved as submitted.  The annexation was final as of January 4, 2010 pursuant to Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District's Resolution No. 31-09.

BRB 620-09: Proposed Annexation of 20.51 Acres to the City of Cheney (Douglass Annexation)

The City of Cheney proposed to annex 20.51 acres containing two parcels. The area is located within the City of Cheney’s Urban Growth Area and is designated Light Industrial in the County's Comprehensive Plan and zoned Light Industrial. The Notice of Intention was filed on January 12, 2009 and affected agencies or interested parties had until February 26, 2009 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction.  A Certificate of Expiration was sent on March 2, 2009 to Brian Jennings, Community Development Director, City of Cheney stating the proposal was approved as submitted.  The annexation was final as of March 24, 2009 pursuant to City of Cheney's Ordinance No. V-08.

2008


BRB 619-08: Proposed Annexation of 402.58 Acres into Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District (River District)

Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District proposed to annex 402.58 acres to be developed into approximately 500 single family homes and 140 acres of industrial and commercial development. The area is within the Urban Growth Area and is designated Low Density Residential in Liberty Lake's Comprehensive Plan and zoned Residential and Commercial. The Notice of Intention was filed on August 1, 2008 and affected agencies or interested parties had until September 15, 2008 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. A Certificate of Expiration was sent on September 16, 2008 to Lee Mellish, Manager, Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District stating the proposal was approved as submitted. The annexation was final as of September 24, 2008 pursuant to Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District's Resolution No. 47-08.

BRB 618-08: Proposed Annexation of 5.0 Acres into Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 (Dittmer)

Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 proposed to annex 5.0 acres that consists of one parcel. The area is outside of the Urban Growth Area and is designated Rural Traditional (RT) in the County's Comprehensive Plan and zoned SRR 5. The Notice of Intention was filed on July 29, 2008 and affected agencies or interested parties had until September 12, 2008 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. A Certificate of Expiration was sent September 15, 2008 to Robert Ashcraft, Manager, Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 stating the proposal was approved as submitted.  The annexation was final as of September 16, 2009 pursuant to Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19's Resolution No. 2009-16.

2007


BRB 617-08: Proposed Annexation of 75.77 Acres to Fire District No. 13 (Lakeview Road)

Fire District No. 13 proposed to annex 75.77 acres including one mobile home and 14 vacant parcels. The area is outside of the Urban Growth Area and is designated Rural Traditional in the County's Comprehensive Plan and zoned Rural Traditional (RT). The Notice of Intention was filed on June 25, 2008 and affected agencies or interested parties had until August 8, 2008 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. A Certificate of Expiration was sent on August 12, 2008 to Toni Halloran, Deputy Chief, Fire District No. 13 stating that the proposal was approved as submitted. The annexation was final as of August 29, 2008 pursuant to Fire District No. 13's Resolution No. 2008-13.

BRB 616-07: Proposed Annexation of 19.89 Acres to Trentwood Irrigation District No. 3 (Griswold)

Trentwood Irrigation District No. 3 proposed to annex 19.89 acres containing one single family residential unit. The area is outside of the Urban Growth Area and is designated Rural Conservation and Mineral Land in the County's Comprehensive Plan and zoned Rural Traditional and Rural Conservation. The Notice of Intention was filed on December 18, 2007 and affected agencies or interested parties had until February 1, 2008 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. A Certificate of Expiration was sent on February 4, 2008 to Devon Sinsley, Assistant Manager, Trentwood Irrigation District No. 3 stating the proposal was approved as submitted. The annexation was final as of March 19, 2008 pursuant to Trentwood Irrigation District No. 3's Resolution No. 08-001.

BRB 615-07: Proposed Annexation of 7.7 Acres to the City of Airway Heights (Berry/Travelers)

The City of Airway Heights proposed to annex 7.7 acres containing a convenience store, gas station, and offices. The area is within the Urban Growth Area and is designated Rural Traditional in the County's Comprehensive Plan and zoned Regional Commercial. The Notice of Intention was filed on December 13, 2007 and affected agencies or interested parties had until January 25, 2008 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. As a part of its Notice of Intention, the City of Airway Heights is requesting, pursuant to RCW 36.93.110, that the Chair of the Boundary Review Board waive the 45-day time period because the annexation proposal is less than ten acres and less than two million dollars in assessed valuation. The Board met in a special meeting on March 26, 2008 and agreed to the withdrawal of the request allowing the proposal to be approved as submitted. The annexation was final May 13, 2008 pursuant to the City of Airway Height's Ordinance C-674.

BRB 614-07: Proposed Annexation of 131.4 Acres to Consolidated Water District No. 19

Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 proposed to annex 131.74 acres of undeveloped land used for agriculture and proposed for construction of a church. The area is outside of the Urban Growth Area and is designated Rural Traditional in the County's Comprehensive Plan and zoned Urban Reserve (UR) and Rural Traditional (RT). The Notice of Intention was filed on November 14, 2007 and affected agencies or interested parties had until December 28, 2007 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. A Certificate of Expiration was sent on January 10, 2008 to Robert Ashcraft, Manager Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 stating that the proposal was approved as submitted. The annexation was final August 13, 2008, pursuant to Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19's Resolution 2008-08.

BRB 613-07: Proposed Annexation of 118.7 Acres to Whitworth Water District No. 2 (Mt. Spokane High School)

Whitworth Water District No. 2 proposed to annex 118.7 acres including Mt. Spokane High School, Community Bible Chapel, two single family residences, and a vacant 10-acre parcel. The area is outside of the Urban Growth Area and is designated Rural Traditional and Rural Conservation in the County's Comprehensive Plan and zoned Rural Conservation (RC) and Rural Traditional (RT). The Notice of Intention was filed on October 2, 2007 and affected agencies or interested parties had until November 16, 2007 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. A Certificate of Expiration was sent on November 19, 2007 to Susan McGeorge, Manager, Whitworth Water District No. 2 stating that the proposal was approved as submitted. The annexation was final as of December 6, 2007 pursuant to Whitworth Water District No. 2's Resolution No. 07-22.

BRB 612-07: Proposed Annexation of 57.2 Acres into the City of Deer Park

The City of Deer Park proposed to annex 57.2 acres with six existing homes, agriculture and undeveloped land. The area is designated Rural Traditional and Low Density Residential in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan and will be zoned Single Family Residential (R2B) in the City's Comprehensive Plan. 216 homes are proposed for the annexation area. The Notice of Intention was filed on July 12, 2007 and affected agencies or interested parties had until August 24, 2007 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. A Certificate of Expiration was sent August 27, 2007 to Roger Krieger, City of Deer Park, stating the proposal was approved as submitted. The annexation was final as of October 15, 2007 pursuant to City of Deer Park's Ordinance No.2007-851.

BRB 611-07: Proposed Annexation of 49.3 Acres into the Irvin Water District #6

Irvin Water District No. 6 proposed to annex 49.3 acres to develop into 30 single-family residential units and a condominium with approximately 275 units. The area is within the City of Spokane Valley and is designated Mixed Use in the City's Comprehensive Plan and zoned UR 3.5 on the western portion and mining on the eastern. The Notice of Intention was filed on July 12, 2007 and affected agencies or interested parties had until August 24, 2007 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. A Certificate of Expiration was sent August 27, 2007 to Glen Terry, Manager, Irvin Water District No. 6 stating the proposal was approved as submitted. The annexation was final as of September 26, 2007 pursuant to Irvin Water District #6's Resolution No. 2007-7.

BRB 610-07: Proposed Annexation of 8.87 Acres to the Valley of the Horses Water District #12

Valley of the Horses Water District No. 12 proposed to annex 8.87 acres with one home. The area is in the unincorporated portion of Spokane County and is designated Rural Conservation in the County's Comprehensive Plan and zoned Rural Conservation (RCV). The Notice of Intention was filed on June 18, 2007 and affected agencies or interested parties had until August 2, 2007 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. A Certificate of Expiration was sent August 6, 2007 to Ronald R. Jared, Secretary/Treasurer stating the proposal was approved as submitted. The District has three years to finalize the annexation and file a Final Resolution with the Boundary Review Board Office.

BRB 609-07: Proposed Annexation of 117.72 Acres to Spokane County Fire District 13 (Harvard Vistas)

Fire District 13 proposed to annex 117.72 acres of undeveloped land, part of a 170-acre development proposed for 17 ten-acre lots. A portion of the Harvard Vistas land is already within Fire District 13. The area is designated Rural Traditional in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan and zoned Rural Traditional (one unit per ten acres). The Notice of Intention was filed on April 27, 2007 and affected agencies or interested parties had until June 11, 2007 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. A Certificate of Expiration was sent on June 12, 2007 to Rick Cokley, Fire Chief stating the proposal was approved as submitted. The annexation was final as of July 2, 2007 pursuant to Fire District 13's Resolution No. 2007-06.

BRB 608-07: Proposed Annexation of 32.06 Acres to Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 (Centennial Properties)

Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 proposed to annex 32.06 acres of undeveloped land. The area is in the City of Spokane Valley and is designated as Mixed Use in the City's Comprehensive Plan and is zoned Light Industrial (I-2) in the City's Zoning Code. The Notice of Intention was filed on April 9, 2007 and affected agencies or interested parties had until May 24, 2007 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. A Certificate of Expiration was sent on May 29, 2007 to Robert Ashcraft, Manager, Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19, stating that the proposal was approved as submitted. The annexation was final September 8, 2008 pursuant to Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19's Resolution No. 2008-07.

BRB 607-07: Proposed Annexation of 135.5 Acres to the City of Spokane (North Division)

The City of Spokane originally proposed to annex 135.5 acres containing 39 single family residences, commercial property, and Holy Cross Cemetery. The area is within the City of Spokane’s Urban Growth Area and is currently designated Low Density Residential and General Commercial in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan and zoned the same. The City of Spokane has designated the areas with similar categories in its comprehensive plan upon annexation. The Notice of Intention was filed January 4, 2007 and the City of Spokane invoked the Board's jurisdiction that same day. Public hearings were held February 28, 2007, April 9, 2007, and April 16, 2007. The Board modified the proposal to eliminate all the residential property and four commercial parcels to better meet its objectives. The Resolution and Hearing Decision was adopted April 16, 2007 modifying and approving the proposal. The Board’s decision was appealed and subsequently dismissed. The City of Spokane filed Ordinance Nos. C-34042 and C-34170 accepting the annexation area into the City of Spokane and setting the effective date for the annexation of April 1, 2008.

2006


BRB 606-06: Proposed Annexation of 38.4 Acres to the City of Cheney (McCardle)

The City of Cheney proposed to annex 38.4 acres containing 1 single family residence with a subdivision of 138 single family units proposed. The area is within the City of Cheney’s Urban Growth Area and currently designated Rural Traditional in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan and zoned Rural Traditional (RT). The City of Cheney has designated the areas as low density residential in its comprehensive plan upon annexation. The Notice of Intention was filed on December 20, 2006 and affected agencies or interested parties had until February 2, 2007 to invoke the Board’s jurisdiction. A Certificate of Expiration was sent to Tom Richardson, City of Cheney, stating that the proposal was approved as submitted. The annexation was final as of March 13, 2007 pursuant to the City of Cheney’s Ordinance No. U-43.

BRB 605-06: Proposed Annexation of 37.8 Acres to Moab Irrigation District No. 20 (Trent Road)

Moab Irrigation District No. 20 proposed to annex 37.8 acres containing 6 single family residences and the Moab Irrigation District office. The area is designated Rural Traditional in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan and zoned Rural Traditional (RT). The Notice of Intention was filed on December 20, 2006 and affected agencies or interested parties had until February 2, 2007 to invoke the Board’s jurisdiction. A Certificate of Expiration was sent to Danny Wren, Moab Irrigation District, stating the proposal was approved as submitted. The annexation was final as of February 22, 2007 pursuant to the Board of Directors Final Resolution No. 07-001.

BRB 604-06: Proposed Annexation of 111.5 Acres to Whitworth Water District No. 2 (North Glen)

Whitworth Water District No. 2 proposed to annex 111.5 acres containing 36 single family residences and a population of 90. The area is designated Rural Conservation and Rural Traditional in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan and zoned Rural Traditional (RT) and Rural Conservation (RC). The Notice of Intention was filed on November 2, 2006 and affected agencies or interested parties had until December 15, 2006 to invoke the Board’s jurisdiction. A Certification of Expiration was sent to Susan McGeorge, Whitworth Water District No. 2 on December 18, 2006 stating that the proposal was approved as submitted. The annexation was final as of February 1, 2007 pursuant to the Board of Commissioner’s of Whitworth Water District No. 2’s Resolution No. 07-02.

BRB 603-06: Proposed Annexation of 18.5 Acres to Spokane County Fire District 1 (Moose Lane II)

Fire District 1 proposed to annex 18.5 acres with one home. The area is designated Rural Traditional in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan and zoned Rural Traditional. The Notice of Intention was filed on October 30, 2006 and affected agencies or interested parties had until December 14, 2006 to invoke the Board’s jurisdiction. A Certificate of Expiration was sent to Dave Lobdell, Assistant Chief on December 15, 2006 stating that the proposal was approved as submitted. The District has three years to finalize the annexation and file a Final Resolution.

BRB 602-06: Proposed Annexation of 83 Acres to the City of Airway Heights (Moe Property)

The City of Airway Heights proposed to annex 83 acres with four residences and undeveloped land. Two residential subdivisions are proposed for a total of 333 homes. The area is designated Rural Traditional in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan and zoned Rural Traditional. The City of Airway Heights will designate the area Low Density Residential. The Notice of Intention was filed August 29, 2006. The 45 day public review period expired with the Board’s jurisdiction not being invoked. A Certificate of Expiration was sent to Marianne Morris, City of Airway Heights on October 16, 2006 stating that the proposal was approved as submitted. The annexation was final as of November 14, 2006 pursuant to the City Council’s Ordinance No. C-641.

BRB 601-06: Proposed Annexation of 2,473 Acres to Whitworth Water District No. 2 (North Perry)

Whitworth Water District No. 2 proposed to annex 2,473 acres containing 139 single family residences and a population of 600. The area is designated Rural Traditional, Rural Conservation, and Small Tract Agriculture in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan and zoned Rural Traditional, Rural Conservation, and Small Tract Agriculture. The Notice of Intention was filed August 29, 2006. The 45 day public review period expired with the Board’s jurisdiction not being invoked. A Certificate of Expiration was sent to Susan McGeorge, Manager, Whitworth Water District No. 2 on October 16, 2006, stating that the proposal was approved as submitted. The annexation was final as of October 16, 2006 pursuant to the District’s Board of Commissioner’s Resolution No. 06-22.

BRB 600-06: Proposed Transfer of 135.8 Acres from Spokane County Water District No. 3 to Whitworth Water District No. 2 (Forest Glen)

Whitworth Water District No. 2 proposed to transfer 135.8 acres from Spokane County Water District No. 3. The area is designated commercial and low density residential in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan and zoned low density residential; regional commercial and mixed use. The Notice of Intention was filed July 12, 2006. The 45 day public review period expired with the Board’s jurisdiction not being invoked. A Certificate of Expiration was sent to Susan McGeorge, Manager, Whitworth Water District No. 2 on September 7, 2006 stating that the proposal was approved as submitted. The transfer is final as of September 21, 2006 pursuant to the District’s Board of Commissioner’s Resolution No. 06-19.

BRB 599-06: Proposed Annexation of 38.2 Acres to Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 (Green)

Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 proposed to annex 38.2 acres to Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 with two residences and agricultural land. The area is designated Rural Traditional in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan and zoned RT (Rural Traditional). The Notice of Intention was filed May 30, 2006 and affected agencies or interested parties had until July 14, 2006 to invoke the Board’s jurisdiction. The 45 day public review period expired with the Board’s jurisdiction not being invoked. A Certificate of Expiration was sent to Robert Ashcraft on July 15, 2006 stating that the proposal was approved as submitted. The annexation is final as of September 13, 2006 pursuant to the District’s Board of Commissioners Resolution No. 2006-06.

BRB 598-06: Proposed Extension of Water and Sewer Service to 1.8 Acres by the City of Spokane (Cedar Road)

The City of Spokane proposed to extend water and sewer service to 1.8 acres. The area is designated Low Density Residential (LDR) in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan and zoned Low Density Residential. The Notice of Intention was filed on March 14, 2006. The 45 day public review period expired with the Board's jurisdiction not being invoked. A Certificate of Expiration was mailed to the City of Spokane on May 4, 2006, stating the extension of water and sewer services was approved.

BRB 597-06: Proposed Annexation of 43.28 Acres to the City of Spokane (Park Place Annexation)

The City of Spokane proposed to annex 42.28 acres to the City of Spokane. The area is designated Low Residential in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan and zoned Low Density Residential. The Notice of Intention was filed on February 1, 2006 and on that same date Fire District 10 invoked the Board’s jurisdiction. The public hearing was held March 13, 2006 and the Board continued the public hearing to April 10, 2006 at 6:00 pm at the Public Works Building, 1026 West Broadway, Lower Level Hearing Room, Spokane. The Board modified and approved the proposal May 8, 2006. The Resolution and Hearing Decision was mailed to affected parties on May 9, 2006. The effective date of the annexation was August 3, 2006 pursuant to the City Council Ordinance No. C-33884.

2005


BRB 596-05: Proposed Annexation of 16.44 Acres to Spokane County Fire District No. 1 (Moose Lane)

Fire District 1 proposed to annex 16.44 acres with two parcels containing two residences. The area is designated Rural Traditional in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan and zoned RT (Rural Traditional). The Notice of Intention was filed on December 23, 2005 and affected agencies or interested parties had until February 6, 2006 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. The 45 day public review period expired with the Board’s jurisdiction not being invoked. A Certificate of Expiration was sent to Dave Lobdell, Assistant Fire Chief on February 9, 2006 stating that the proposal was approved as submitted. The annexation is final as of September 18, 2006 pursuant to the District’s Board of Commissioner’s Resolution No. 2006-259R.

BRB 595-05: Proposed Annexation of 15.54 Acres into Irvin Water District No. 6 (Pinehurst)

Irvin Water District No. 6 proposed to annex 15.54 acres of vacant land to be developed as an apartment complex with 2888 units. The area is within the City of Spokane Valley and is designated Mixed Use in the Spokane Valley Comprehensive Plan and zoned UR-22 (Urban Residential 22 units per acre). The Notice of Intention was filed on November 7, 2005 and affected agencies or interested parties had until December 22, 2005 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. The 45 day public review period expired with the Board’s jurisdiction not being invoked. A Certificate of Expiration was sent to Glen Terry, Manager, Irvin Water District No 6 on December 29, 2005 stating that the proposal was approved as submitted. The annexation is final as of January 10, 2006 pursuant to the District’s Board of Commissioner’s Resolution No. 2006-1.

BRB 594-05: Proposed Annexation of 320 Acres to Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 (Etter Property)

Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 proposed to annex 320 acres of vacant land to be developed as 800 homesites and 3 existing homes. The area is designated Rural Conservation and urban Reserve in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan and zoned Urban Reserve. The Notice of Intention was filed on October 3, 2005 and affected agencies or interested parties had until November 16, 2005 to invoke the Board’s jurisdiction. The 45 day public review period expired with the Board’s jurisdiction not being invoked. A Certificate of Expiration was sent to Robert Ashcraft, Manager, Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 on November 17, 2005 stating that the proposal was approved as submitted. The annexation is final as of December 19, 2005 pursuant to the District’s Board of Commissioner’s Resolution No. 2005-10.

BRB 593-05: Proposed Annexation of 9.74 Acres to Trentwood Irrigation District (Miller/Graham)

Trentwood Irrigation District No. 3 proposed to annex 9.74 acres containing one single family home and one homesite. The area is designated Rural Conservation in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan and zoned Rural Conservation. The Notice of Intention was filed on September 1, 2005 and affected agencies or interested parties had until October 14, 2005 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. The 45 day public review period expired with the Board’s jurisdiction not being invoked. A Certificate of Expiration was sent to Devon Sinsley, Assistant Manager, Trentwood Irrigation District on October 18, 2005 stating that the proposal was approved as submitted. The annexation is final as of November 15, 2005 pursuant to the District’s Board of Commissioner’s Resolution No. 05-03.

BRB 592-05: Proposed Annexation of 10.35 Acres to Consolidated Irrigation District (Marantha Church)

Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 proposed to annex 10.35 acres of undeveloped land. The area is designated Rural and Rural Traditional in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan and zoned Urban Reserve. The Notice of Intention was filed on August 16, 2005 and affected agencies or interested parties had until September 30, 2005 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. The 45 day public review period expired with Board’s jurisdiction not being invoked. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to Robert Ashcraft, Manager, Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 on October 3, 2005 stating that the proposal was approved as submitted. The annexation is final as of October 12, 2005 pursuant to the District’s Board of Commissioner’s Resolution No. 2005-6.

BRB 591-05: Proposed Annexation of the Town of Waverly to Fire District 12

Fire District 12 proposed to annex the Town of Waverly. The Notice of Intention was filed on August 8, 2005 and affected agencies or interested parties had until September 22, 2005 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to Kynda Browning, Town of Waverly stating the proposal was approved as submitted. The matter was placed on the ballot and passed. The effective date for the annexation is November 29, 2005.

BRB 590-05: Proposed Annexation of the Town of Latah to Fire District 12

Fire District 12 proposed to annex the Town of Latah. The Notice of Intention was filed on August 8, 2005 and affected agencies or interested parties had until September 22, 2005 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to Kynda Browning, Town of Latah stating the proposal was approved as submitted. The matter was placed on the ballot and passed. The effective date for the annexation is November 29, 2005.

BRB 589-05: Proposed Annexation of 152 Acres to the Whitworth Water District (Spears)

Whitworth Water District No. 2 proposed to annex 152 acres of low density residential property. The area is designated Rural Traditional in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan and zoned General Agriculture (GA) and Rural Conservation. The Notice of Intention was filed on August 1, 2005 and affected agencies or interested parties had until September 15, 2005 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. The 45 day public review period expired with the Board’s jurisdiction not being invoked. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to Susan McGeorge, Manager, Whitworth Water District No. 2 on September 16, 2005 stating that the proposal was approved as submitted. The annexation is final as of October 6, 2005 pursuant to the District’s Board of Commissioner’s Resolution No. 05-18.

BRB 588-05: Proposed Annexation of 1.85 Acres to the Town of Fairfield (Haas)

The Town of Fairfield proposed to annex 1.85 acres to the Town of Fairfield. In addition, the Town is requesting that the Board waive the 45-day review period to allow the proposal to be approved immediately. If an affected agency or interested party has an objection to the waiver, the Boundary Review Board must be informed prior to this meeting. The Notice of Intention was filed on June 29, 2005 and if the Board does not waive the review period, affected agencies or interested parties will have until August 12, 2005 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. The 45 day public review period expired without the Board’s jurisdiction being invoked. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to the Town of Fairfield on August 15, 2005 stating that the proposal was approved as submitted. The effective date of the annexation is September 6, 2005 pursuant to the Town’s Ordinance No. 331.

BRB 587-05: Proposed Transfer of 3.82 Acres from East Spokane Water District No. 1 to Spokane County Water District No. 3

East Spokane Water District No. 1 proposed to transfer 3.82 acres to Spokane County Water District No. 3. The area is designated Low Density Residential in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan. The area is within the Urban Growth Area. The Notice of Intention was filed May 26, 2005 and affected agencies or interested parties have until July 8, 2005 to invoke the Board’s jurisdiction. The 45 day public review period expired without the Board’s jurisdiction being invoked. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was mailed to Ty Wick, Manager of Spokane County Water District No. 3 on July 11, 2005 stating that the proposal was approved as submitted. The effective date of the transfer was final July 26, 2005 pursuant to the District’s Board of Commissioner’s Resolution No. 2005-11.

2004


BRB 586-04: Proposed Annexation of the Town of Millwood to Fire District 1

Fire District 1 proposed to annex the Town of Millwood. The Notice of Intention was filed on December 21, 2004 and affected agencies or interested parties had until February 4, 2005 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to Mark Grover, Chief, Fire District 1 and Eva L. Colomb, Clerk-Treasurer, Town of Millwood stating the proposal was approved as submitted. The matter was placed on the ballot and passed. The effective date for the annexation is May 27, 2005.

BRB 585-04: Proposed Annexation of 29.90 Acres to Pasadena Park Irrigation District No. 17 (Fraser Estates East)

Pasadena Park Irrigation District proposed to annex 29.90 acres for the development of 83 single family homes. The area is designated Low Density Residential in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan and zoned for the same uses and is within the Urban Growth Area. The Notice of Intention was filed on December 7, 2004 and affected agencies or interested parties had until January 21, 2005 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. The 45 day public review period expired without the Board’s jurisdiction being invoked. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to Kathleen M. Small, Manager, Pasadena Park Irrigation District stating the proposal was approved as submitted. The effective date of the annexation is September 1, 2005 pursuant to the District’s Board of Commissioner’s Resolution 05-09-05.

BRB 584-04: Proposed Annexation of 25 Acres to the City of Spokane (Muirfield)

The City of Spokane proposed to annex 25 acres of the Moran Prairie. The area is designated Low Density Residential in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan and zoned UR-7 and UR 3.5 and is within the Urban Growth Area. The Notice of Intention was filed on September 1, 2004. On October 11, 2004 Fire District 8 invoked the Board's jurisdiction. The Boundary Review Board set the public hearing on the matter for November 16, 2004 at 7:00 pm at Chase Middle School Library, 4747 East 37th, Spokane. The Board approved the proposal November 16, 2004. The Resolution and Hearing Decision was mailed to affected parties on December 14, 2004. The effective date of the annexation was final as of February 7, 2005 pursuant to the City Council Ordinance No. C-33585.

BRB 583-04: Proposed Annexation of 77 Acres to the City of Spokane (Shopko)

The City of Spokane proposed to annex 77 acres of the Moran Prairie. The area is designated Community Commercial and Low Density Residential in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan and zoned B-3 and UR 3.5 and is within the Urban Growth Area. The Notice of Intention was filed on September 1, 2004 and the City of Spokane invoked the jurisdiction of the Board at that same time. The Boundary Review Board set the public hearing on the matter for October 25, 2004 at 7:00 pm at the ESD Building, 4202 South Regal, Spokane. The proposal was approved and modified on November 8, 2004. The Resolution and Hearing Decision was mailed to the affected parties on November 9, 2004. Fire District No. 8 appealed the Board's decision December 3, 2004. The appeal was dismissed February 22, 2005. The effective date of the annexation was final as of February 28, 2005 pursuant to the City Council Ordinance No. C-33597.

BRB 582-04: Proposed Annexation of 644.1 Acres to the City of Liberty Lake (Inland Empire Paper)

The City of Liberty Lake proposed an annexation of 644.1 acres of which 70 acres is developed as medium density residential and the remaining acres proposed for future development. The area is designated Urban Activity Center, Medium Density Residential, and Light Industrial in the County's Comprehensive Plan; and is zoned I-2 (Light Industrial), UR-7 (7 units per acre); UR 3.5 (3.5 units per acre) AND UR-12 (12 units per acre) and is within the Urban Growth Area. The Notice of Intention was filed on August 5, 2004 and the City of Liberty Lake invoked the Board’s jurisdiction at that same time. A public hearing was held October 11, 2004 and the Board continued the public hearing for November 8, 2004 at 3:15 pm at 1026 West Broadway, Lower Level Hearing Room, Spokane.

BRB 581-04: Proposed Annexation of 482 Acres to the Vera Irrigation District No. 15 (The Crest)

Vera Irrigation District proposed to annex 482 Acres. The area is designated Rural Conservation and is outside the Urban Growth Area. The 45-day public review period expired on July 30, 2004. The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked. The annexation is approved. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to Kevin Wells, Manager, Vera Irrigation District on August 2, 2004 stating the proposal was approved as submitted. The effective date of the annexation is August 11, 2004. (Res 44)

BRB 580-04: Proposed Annexation of the City of Spokane Valley to Fire District 1 (excluding Fire District 8 areas)

Fire District 1 proposed to annex the City of Spokane Valley excluding the areas to be annexed to Fire District 8. The area is within the Urban Growth Area. The Notice of Intention for the City of Spokane Valley’s annexation was filed on April 14, 2004 and the City of Spokane Valley invoked the Board's jurisdiction at that same time. A public hearing was held May 17, 2004. The Boundary Review Board modified the proposal. The proposal went to election. The election results were certified September 24, 2004.

BRB 579-04: Proposed Annexation of the City of Spokane Valley to Fire District 8 (Valley View Hills, Morningside, and Ponderosa)

Fire District 8 proposed to annex the Valley View Hills, Morningside, and Ponderosa areas of the City of Spokane Valley. The areas are within the Urban Growth Area. The Notice of Intention for the City of Spokane Valley’s annexation was filed on April 14, 2004 and the City of Spokane Valley invoked the Board's jurisdiction at that same time. A public hearing was held May 17, 2004. The Boundary Review Board modified the proposal. The proposal went to election. The election results were certified September 24, 2004

BRB 578-04: Proposed Annexation of 300 Acres into Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District (Rocky Hill)

The Liberty Lake Sewer Water District proposed to annex 300 acres for approximately 500 single family homes and 140 acres of industrial and commercial development. The area is designated Single family residential, Mixed residential, Open space/recreation, and Community commercial in the Liberty Lake Comprehensive Plan and zoned the same and is within the Urban Growth Area. The 45-day public review period expired on May 27, 2004. The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked. The annexation is approved. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to Lee Mellish, Manager, Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District, stating the proposal was approved as submitted. The effective date of the annexation is June 16, 2004. (Res 17-4)

BRB 577-04: Proposed City of Spokane Sewer Service Area Extension of 32.32 Acres (Crestline Road)

The City of Spokane proposed to extend its sewer service area to 32.32 acres. The area is designated Low Density Residential in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan and zoned UR-7 and is within the Urban Growth Area. The 45-day public review period expired on April 2, 2004. The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked. The sewer extension is approved. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent Gary Nelson, Senior Engineer, City of Spokane stating the proposal was approved as submitted. The effective date of the sewer extension is April 2, 2004.

BRB 576-04: Proposed Annexation of 5.51 Acres to Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 (Tilton)

Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 proposed to annex 5.51 acres to provide water service to one residence. The area is designated Low Density Residential in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan and zoned SRR-5 and is not within the Urban Growth Area. The 45-day public review period expired on April 2, 2004. The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked. The annexation is approved. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to Robert Ashcraft, Manager, Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 stating the proposal was approved as submitted. The effective date of the annexation is April 14, 2004. (Res 2004-6)

BRB 575-04: Proposed Annexation of 420 Acres into Pasadena Park Irrigation District No. 17 (Pleasant Prairie)

Pasadena Park Irrigation District proposed to annex 420 acres to provide water service to the Pleasant Prairie Water Users’ Association and adjacent properties. The area is designated Rural and Rural Conservation in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan and zoned Urban Residential, General Agriculture, Rural and Rural conservation and not within the Urban Growth Area. The 45-day public review period expired on February 26, 2004. The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked. The annexation was approved. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to Kathy Small, Manager, Pasadena Park Irrigation District No. 17 stating the proposal was approved as submitted. The effective date of the annexation is April 1, 2004. (RES 04-03-03)

BRB 574-04: Proposed Partial Merger of .31 Acres from Fire District 9 to Fire District 1 (Mennonite Church)

Fire District 1 proposed to partially merge .31 acres from Fire District 9 to facilitate fire protection services to the City of Spokane Valley. The area is designated Rural Conservation in Spokane County’s Comprehensive Plan and zoned Rural Conservation and is not within the Urban Growth Area. The 45-day public review period expired on February 17, 2004. The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked. The partial merger was approved. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to Mark Grover, Fire Chief, Spokane County Fire District 1 stating the proposal was approved as submitted. The effective date of the partial merger is April 7, 2004. (RES 2004-224)

BRB 573-04: Proposed Partial Merger of 11.65 Acres from Fire District 9 to Fire District 1 (Tupper)

Fire District 1 proposed to partially merge 11.65 acres from Fire District 9 to facilitate fire protection services to the City of Spokane Valley. The area is designated Urban Residential in the city of Spokane Valley’s Comprehensive Plan and zoned UR 3.5 and is within the Urban Growth Area. The 45-day public review period expired on February 17, 2004. The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked. The partial merger was approved. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to Mark Grover, Fire Chief, Spokane County Fire District 1 stating the proposal was approved as submitted. The effective date of the partial merger is April 7, 2004. (RES 2004-223)

2003


BRB 572-03: Proposed Annexation 7.25 Acres into the City of Spokane (Verhoogen)

The City of Spokane proposed to annex 7.25 acres of land for future residential development. The area is designated Low Density Residential in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan. The area is within the Urban Growth Area. The 45-day public review period was waived on September 3, 2003. The effective date of the annexation is April 28, 2004. (ORD C33391)

BRB 571-03: Proposed Annexation of 107.96 Acres into Vera Irrigation District No. 15 (Ranch Park Estates)

Vera Irrigation District No. 15 proposed to annex 107.96 acres of land adjacent to the district. The land is currently served by a private water main connected to Vera's system. The area is designated Rural Conservation and is zoned Rural Conservation on three sides and General Agriculture on the west. The area is not within the Urban Growth Area. The Notice of Intention was filed August 19, 2003 and affected agencies or interested parties have until October 3, 2003 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. The 45-day public review period expired on October 3, 2003. The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked. The annexation is approved. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to Kevin Wells, Manager of Vera Irrigation District No. 15 stating the proposal was approved as submitted. The effective date of the annexation is November 12, 2003. (RES 37)

BRB 570-03: Proposed Annexation of 60.87 Acres into Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 (Dixon Claypool)

Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 proposed to annex 60.87 acres for future residential development. The area is designated Rural Transitional in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan and zoned Semi-Rural Residential (SRR 5) and Urban Residential (UR 3.5). The area is within the Urban Growth Area. The Notice of Intention was filed March 12, 2003 and affected agencies or interested parties have until April 25, 2003 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. The 45-day public review period expired on April 25, 2003. The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked. The annexation is approved. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to Robert Ashcraft, Manager, Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 stating the proposal was approved as submitted. The effective date of the annexation is June 11, 2003. (Res 2003-9)

BRB 569-03: Proposed Annexation of 15.67 Acres into Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 (Gypsum & Lime)

Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 proposed to annex 15.67 acres for future commercial and industrial development. The area is designated Heavy Industrial in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan and zoned Industrial (I-2) and Heavy Industrial (I-3) and is within the Urban Growth Area. The Notice of Intention was filed March 12, 2003 and affected agencies or interested parties have until April 25, 2003 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. The 45-day public review period expired on April 25, 2003. The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked. The annexation is approved. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to Robert Ashcraft, Manager, Consolidated Irrigation District stating the proposal was approved as submitted. The effective date of the annexation is June 11, 2003. (Res 2003-8)

BRB 568-03: Proposed Annexation of 517 Acres to Whitworth Water District No. 2 (Buckeye-Halfmoon Annexation)

Whitworth Water District No. 2 proposed to annex 517 acres which includes Buckeye and Halfmoon Estates as well as low density scattered residential properties. The area is designated Rural Traditional and Rural Conservation in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan and zoned General Agriculture (GA), and Rural Conservation. The area is not within the Urban Growth Area. The Notice of Intention was filed March 3, 2003 and affected agencies or interested parties have until April 17, 2003 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. The 45-day public review period expired on April 17, 2003. The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked. The annexation is approved. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to Susan McGeorge, Manager, Whitworth Water District No. 2 stating the proposal was approved as submitted. The effective date of the annexation is May 15, 2003. (Res 03-08)

2002


BRB 567-02: Proposed Annexation of 105 Acres to the City of Cheney (Emtman Annexation)

City of Cheney proposed an annexation of 105 acres of agricultural land with one single family residence and a mobile home. The annexation area includes a 17-acres wetlands area. The area is planned for 400 multi-family housing units. The area is designated Rural Traditional in the County's Comprehensive Plan and is zoned GA (General Agriculture) by Spokane County. The City of Cheney proposes R-3 (multi-family residential) and R-2 (two-family residential) for the area which is within the City of Cheney's Urban Growth Area. The Notice of Intention was filed October 10, 2002 and affected agencies or interested parties have until November 22, 2002 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. The 45-day public review period expired on November 22, 2002. The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked. The annexation is approved. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to Glenn Scholten, Senior Planner, City of Cheney stating the proposal was approved as submitted. A special election was held February 4, 2003 and certified by the Spokane County Canvassing Board on February 14, 2003. The election results are for the annexation. The effective date of the annexation is March 12, 2003. (Ordinance T-30)

BRB 566-02: Proposed Annexation of 270 Acres into Whitworth Water District No. 2 (Panorama Acres)

Whitworth Water District No. 2 proposed an annexation of 270 acres containing low density residential development. The area is designated Rural Traditional and Low Density Residential in the County's Comprehensive Plan; and is zoned UR 3.5 (Urban Residential), GA (General Agriculture), and SRR-5 (Semi-Rural Residential) and is outside of the Urban Growth Area. The Notice of Intention was filed October 28, 2002 and affected agencies or interested parties have until December 12, 2002. The 45-day public review period expired on December 12, 2002. The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked. The annexation is approved. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to Susan McGeorge, Manager, Whitworth Water District No. 2 stating the proposal was approved as submitted. The effective date of the annexation is January 2, 2003. (Res 03-01)

BRB 565-02: Proposed Annexation of 5.27 Acres to Trentwood Irrigation District No. 3 (Miller Annexation)

Trentwood Irrigation District No. 3 proposed an annexation of 5.27 acres of undeveloped land to be developed with a single family home. The area is designated Rural Conservation in the County's Comprehensive Plan and is zoned GA (General Agriculture) and is outside the Urban Growth Area. The Notice of Intention was filed October 1, 2002 and affected agencies or interested parties have until November 15, 2002 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. The 45-day public review period expired on November 15, 2002. The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked. The annexation is approved. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to Devon J. Sinsley, Assistant Manager, Trentwood Irrigation District No. 3 stating the proposal was approved as submitted. The effective date of the annexation is December 17, 2002. ( Res 02-009)

BRB 564-02: Proposed Annexation of 12 Acres to Trentwood Irrigation District No. 3 (Price Annexation)

Trentwood Irrigation District No. 3 proposed an annexation of 12 acres with a single family home. The area is designated Rural Conservation in the County's Comprehensive Plan. It is zoned SRR-5 (Semi-Rural Residential) and is outside the Urban Growth Area. The Notice of Intention was filed September 9, 2002 and affected agencies or interested parties have until October 24, 2002 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. The 45-day public review period expired on October 24, 2002. The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked. The annexation is approved. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to Devon J. Sinsley, Assistant Manager, Trentwood Irrigation District No. 3 stating the proposal was approved as submitted. The effective date of the annexation was May 20, 2003 (Res 03-001).

BRB 563-02: Proposed Annexation of 19.45 Square Miles to the City of Spokane (West Plains)

The City of Airway Heights proposed an annexation of 19.45 square miles to the City of Spokane consisting of the Spokane Airport property, associated industrial and commercial uses, and residential property. The area is designated Light Industrial, Commercial, and Residential in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan with associated zoning. The Notice of Intention was filed August 8, 2002 and the City of Spokane invoked the Board's jurisdiction at that same time. A public hearing was held January 9, 2003 and January 30, 2003. The proposal was withdrawn.

BRB 562-02: Proposed Annexation of 598 Acres to the City of Airway Heights (Hazelwood)

The City of Airway Heights proposed to annex 598.06 acres to the City of Airway Heights consisting of scattered residential, commercial, and industrial development. The area is designated Mixed Use and Industrial in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan with associated zoning. The Notice of Intention for the Airway Height's annexation was filed on July 30, 2002 and the City of Airway Heights invoked the Board's jurisdiction at that same time. A public hearing was held January 7, 2003 and January 28, 2003. The Boundary Review Board denied the proposal.

BRB 561-02: Proposed Annexation of 397.9 Acres to Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 (Inland Empire Paper)

Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 proposed an annexation of 397.9 acres consisting of undeveloped land. The area is designated Urban Activity Center, Light Industrial, and Medium Density Residential in the County's Comprehensive Plan and is zoned Urban Residential (UR 3.5) and Light Industrial (I-2) and is within the Urban Growth Area. The Notice of Intention was filed July 25, 2002 and affected agencies or interested parties have until September 6, 2002 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. The 45-day public review period expired on September 6, 2002. The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked. The annexation is approved. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to Robert Ashcraft, Manager, Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 stating the proposal was approved as submitted. The effective date of the annexation is March 12, 2003. (Res 2003-7)

BRB 560-02: Proposed Annexation of 645.8 Acres to the City of Liberty Lake (Inland Empire Paper)

The City of Liberty Lake proposed an annexation of 645.8 Acres to the City of Liberty Lake consisting of predominately vacant land zoned for residential and industrial uses. The Notice of Intention was filed June 6, 2002. On July 9, 2002 the Spokane County Commissioners invoked the Board's jurisdiction in the above matter. A public hearing was held August 19, 2002 and August 27, 2002. The Resolution and Hearing Decision was signed on September 5, 2002. The election was held November 5, 2002 and certified by the Spokane County Canvassing Board on November 20, 2002. The election results are against the annexation.

BRB 559-02: Proposed Annexation of 329.8 Acres to the City of Liberty Lake (Liberty Lake Meadows)

The City of Liberty Lake proposed an annexation of 329.8 acres to the City of Liberty Lake consisting of vacant land and one residential property. The Notice of Intention was filed June 12, 2002. On July 9, 2002 the Spokane County Commissioners invoked the Board's jurisdiction in the above matter. A public hearing was held August 19, 2002. The Resolution and Hearing Decision was signed on September 5, 2002. The election was held November 5, 2002 and certified by the Spokane County Canvassing Board on November 20, 2002 in favor of the annexation. The effective date of the annexation is February 4, 2003. (Ordinance No. 113)

BRB 558-02: Proposed Annexation of 269 Acres to Whitworth Water District No. 2 (North Mountain View Tracts)

Whitworth Water District No. 2 proposed an annexation of 269 acres which includes the 34-acre North Mountain View Tracts as well as low density scattered residential properties. The area is designated Rural Traditional and Low Density Residential in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan and zoned Urban Residential 3.5 (UR 3.5), General Agriculture (GA), and Semi Rural Residential 5 (SRR-5). The area is not within the Urban Growth Area. The Notice of Intention was filed May 6, 2002 and affected agencies or interested parties have until June 20, 2002 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. The 45-day public review period will expire on June 20, 2002. The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked. The annexation is approved. A Certificate of Expiration was sent to Susan McGeorge, Manager, Whitworth Water District No. 2 stating the proposal was approved as submitted. The effective date of the annexation is July 18, 2002. (Order 02-20)

2001


BRB 557-01: Proposed Partial Merger of 2.14 Acres from Fire District 8 to Fire District 11 (Stark Property)

Fire District 11 proposed a partial merger of 2.14 acres from Fire District 8 to Fire District 11. The area is designated Rural in the County's Comprehensive Plan and is zoned Exclusive Agriculture (EA). The area is not within the Spokane County Urban Growth Area. The Notice of Intention was filed on July 2, 2001 and affected agencies or interested parties have until August 16, 2001 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. The 45-day public review period will expire on August 16, 2001. The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked. The partial merger is approved. A Certificate of Expiration was sent to Stan Seehorn, Fire Chief of Fire District 11 and Dan Stout, Fire Chief of Fire District 8 on August 17, 2001 stating that the Notice of Intention was approved as submitted. The effective date of the partial merger is October 9, 2001. (Res 2001-02)

BRB 556-01: Proposed Annexation of the City of Deer Park to Fire District No. 4

Fire District No. 4 proposed an annexation of the City of Deer Park to Fire District No. 4. The City of Deer Park is entirely surrounded by Fire District No. 4 and is within the Urban Growth Area. The Notice of Intention was filed on June 13, 2001 and affected agencies or interested parties have until July 27, 2001 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. The 45-day public review period will expire on July 27, 2001. The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked. The Annexation is approved. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to Edward A. Lewis, Chief, Fire District No. 4 on July 30, 2001 stating the proposal was approved as submitted. The effective date of the annexation is September 28, 2001.

BRB 555-01: Proposed Incorporation of the City of Spokane Valley

The Boundary Review Board held a public meeting on the proposal to incorporate a new city in the Spokane Valley on July 23, 2001, August 8, 2001, August 27, 2001, October 2, 2001, November 5, 2001, and November 19, 2001 with respect to the proposed incorporation. Proponents collected sufficient signatures and submitted the petition to the County Auditor on March 8, 2001. The Spokane County Auditor certified the petition on March 19, 2001. The Notice of Intention was filed on May 31, 2001. A public hearing was held on August 8, 2001 and on August 27, 2001, the Board approved and modified the proposal. The Resolution and Hearing Decision was signed on December 10, 2001. A special election was held May 21, 2002 and certified by the Spokane County Canvassing Board on May 31, 2002 in favor of the incorporation. On March 31, 2003 the City of Spokane Valley officially became a city.

BRB 554-01: Proposed Annexation of 50.12 Acres to Pasadena Park Irrigation District No. 17 (Fraser Estates)

The Pasadena Park Irrigation District No. 17 proposed an annexation consisting of 50.12 acres for development as Fraser Estates, a subdivision of 110 single-family residences. The area is designated Suburban Plus in the County's Comprehensive Plan; Medium Density Residential (MR-2 units per acres) in the Pasadena Park Neighborhood Plan; and is zoned Suburban Residential (SR-one unit per acre) and is within the Interim Urban Growth Area. The Notice of Intention was filed April 19, 2001 and affected agencies or interested parties have 45-days from the date of filing to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. The 45-day public review period will expire on June 1, 2001. The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked. The annexation is approved. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to Kathleen Small, Manager, Pasadena Park Irrigation District No. 17 stating that the proposal was approved was approved as submitted. The effective date of the annexation is May 29, 2002. (Order)

BRB 553-01: Proposed Annexation of 18 Acres to Trentwood Irrigation District No. 3 (Bennett et al)

The Trentwood Irrigation District proposed an annexation of 18 acres consisting of two parcels with two homes under construction. The area is designated Urban in the County's Comprehensive Plan and is zoned Urban Residential 3.5 (3.5 units per acre) and is outside of the Interim Urban Growth Area. The Notice of Intention was filed January 23, 2001 and affected agencies or interested parties have 45-days from the date of filing to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. The 45-day public review period will expire on March 9, 2001. The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked. The annexation is approved. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to Michael Miller, Manager, Trentwood Irrigation District No. 3 stating that the proposal was approved as submitted. The effective date of the annexation is March 20, 2001. (Res 01-003)

BRB 552-01: Proposed Annexation of 15 Acres to Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 (Hotchkiss et al)

The Consolidated Irrigation District proposed an annexation of 15 acres consisting of undeveloped land. The area is designated Urban in the County's Comprehensive Plan and is zoned Semi-Rural Residential (one unit per five acres) and is outside of the Interim Urban Growth Area. The Notice of Intention was filed on January 2, 2001 and affected agencies or interested parties have 45-days from the date of filing to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. The Board's jurisdiction was invoked on February 6, 2001. At this time, the Board has not set a date for the public hearing. A Resolution Withdrawing Request for Review was sent to Robert Ashcraft, Manager, Consolidated Irrigation District on April 9, 2001 stating that the proposal was approved as submitted. The annexation must officially be consummated on or before April 9, 2004, or the approval, as defined, shall be null and void.

2001


BRB 551-00: Proposed Annexation of 117 Acres to Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 (Inland Empire Paper Co.)

The Consolidated Irrigation District proposed an annexation of 117 acres consisting of two residences, one small trucking firm, one tavern and approximately 100 acres of undeveloped land. The area is designated Industrial in the County's Comprehensive Plan and is zoned Regional Business (B-3) and Light Industrial (I-2). The Notice of Intention was filed on July 25, 2000 and affected agencies or interested parties have 45-days from the date of filing to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. The 45-day public review period will expire on September 8, 2000. The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked. The annexation is approved. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to Robert Ashcraft, Manager, Consolidated Irrigation District on September 11, 2000 stating that the proposal was approved as submitted. The effective date of the annexation is September 13, 2000. (Res 2000-10)

BRB 550-00: Proposed Annexation of 783.80 Acres to Fire District No. 10 (Sections 29 and 30)

The Spokane County Fire District No. 10 proposed an annexation of 783.80 acres of rural residential property adjacent to Riverside State Park. The area is designated Rural in the County's Comprehensive Plan and is zoned General Agriculture (GA). The area is outside of the Spokane County Interim Urban Growth Area. The Notice of Intention was filed June 27, 2000 and affected agencies or interested parties have 45-days from the date of filing to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. The 45-day public review period will expire on August 11, 2000. The Board's jurisdiction was invoked on August 11, 2000. The Board held a public hearing on the annexation proposal on October 9, 2000. The Boundary Review Board voted to draft a hearing decision approving the annexation. The Board signed the decision at its regular meeting November 13, 2000. (Res. 00-10)

BRB 549-00: Proposed Partial Merger of .27 Acres from Fire District No. 9 to Fire District No. 1 (Poppe)

Spokane County Fire District No. 9 and 1 proposed a partial merger of .27 acres of property that maintains the parcel ownership within Fire District No. 1. The area is designated Urban in the County's Comprehensive Plan and is zoned Urban Residential (UR-3.5). The area is within the Spokane County Interim Urban Growth Area. The Notice of Intention was filed on June 21, 2000 and affected agencies or interested parties have 45-days from the date of filing to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. The 45-day public review period expired on August 4, 2000. The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked. The annexation is approved. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to Pat Humphries, Fire District No. 1, on August 8, 2000 stating that the proposal was approved as submitted. The effective date of the annexation is August 23, 2000. (Res 2000-169)

BRB 548-00: Proposed Annexation of 80 Acres to Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 (Meadowview Terrace)

The Consolidated Irrigation District proposed to annex 80 acres of land to its boundaries to accommodate a portion of a 130.7-acre plat for 236 residential lots. The area is designated Urban in the County's Comprehensive Plan and is zoned Urban Residential (UR-3.5). The area is outside of the Spokane County Interim Urban Growth Area and was initiated prior to its establishment. The Notice of Intention was filed on May 31, 2000 and affected agencies or interested parties have 45-days from the date of filing to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. The 45-day public review period expired on June 14, 2000. The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked. The annexation is approved. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to Robert Ashcraft, Manager, Consolidated Irrigation District on July 17, 2000 stating that the proposal was approved as submitted. The effective date of the annexation is August 9, 2000. (Res. 2000-8)

BRB 547-00: Proposed Annexation of 7.6 Acres to Irvin Water District No. 6 (Four Square Church)

The Irvin Water District proposed to annex 7.6 acres of land to its boundaries to accommodate a proposed church. The area is designated Urban in the County's Comprehensive Plan and is zoned Urban Residential (UR-22). The area is within the Spokane County Interim Urban Growth Area. The Notice of Intention was filed on May 3, 2000 and affected agencies or interested parties have 45-days from the date of filing to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. The 45-day public review period expired on June 16, 2000. The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked. The annexation is approved. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to Glenn Talmage, Manager, Irvin Water District on June 19, 2000 stating that the proposal was approved as submitted. The effective date of the annexation is October 12, 2000. (Res. 2000-5)

BRB 546-00: Proposed Incorporation of the City of Liberty Lake

The Boundary Review Board held a public meeting on the proposal to incorporate a new city in Liberty Lake on March 20, 2000. Proponents collected sufficient signatures and submitted the petition to the County Auditor on April 5, 2000. The Spokane County Auditor certified the petition on April 11, 2000. The Notice of Intention was filed on May 1, 2000. Proponents have requested an extension to the 120-day review period to September 7, 2000 to allow time for the incorporation study to be completed. A public hearing was held on July 24, 2000 and on July 31, 2000 the Board approved and modified the proposal. The Resolution and Hearing Decision was signed on August 29, 2000.

BRB 545-00: Proposed Annexation of 7 Acres to Pasadena Park Irrigation District No. 17 (Bonner Crest)

The Pasadena Park Irrigation District proposed to annex 7 acres of land to its boundaries to accommodate a proposed preliminary plat for 22 single-family home sites. The proposed annexation area includes one existing single-family home. The area is designated Urban in the County's Comprehensive Plan and is zoned Urban Residential (UR 3.5). The area is within the Spokane County Interim Urban Growth Area. The Notice of Intention was filed on May 1, 2000 and affected agencies or interested parties have 45 days from the date of filing to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. The 45-day public review period expired on June 14, 2000. The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked. The annexation is approved. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to Kathy Small, Manager, Pasadena Park Irrigation District on June 15, 2000 stating that the proposal was approved as submitted. The annexation must officially be consummated on or before June 14, 2003, or the approval, as defined, shall be null and void.

BRB 544-00: Proposed Annexation of 65 Acres to Trentwood Irrigation District No. 3 (Sullivan Road Business Park)

The Trentwood Irrigation District proposed to annex 65 acres of land to its boundaries to accommodate a proposed business park. The proposed annexation area includes the existing Honeywell industrial facility, which would continue using private wells. The area is designated Industrial in the County's Comprehensive Plan and is zoned Heavy Industrial (I-3). The area is within the Spokane County Interim Urban Growth Area. The Notice of Intention was filed on April 17, 2000 and affected agencies or interested parties have 45 days from the date of filing to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. The 45-day public review period expired on June 1, 2000. The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked. The annexation is approved. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to Mike Miller, Manager, Trentwood Irrigation District on June 13, 2000 stating that the proposal was approved as submitted. The effective date of the annexation is June 20, 2000. (Final Order)

BRB 543-00: Proposed Annexation of 379 Acres to Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 (Avista)

The Consolidated Irrigation District proposed to annex 379 acres of undeveloped land to its boundaries. The area is designated Industrial, Urban and Semi-Rural in the County's Comprehensive Plan and is zoned Light Industrial (I-2) and Semi-Rural Residential (SRR-5). The area is not within the Spokane County Interim Urban Growth Area. The Notice of Intention was filed on March 9, 2000 and affected agencies or interested parties have 45 days from the date of filing to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. The 45-day public review period expired on April 21, 2000. The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked. The annexation is approved. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to Bob Ashcraft, Manager, Consolidated Irrigation District on April 24, 2000 stating that the proposal was approved as submitted. The effective date of the annexation is May 10, 2000. (Res. No. 2000-5)

1999


BRB 542-99: Proposed Annexation of 85 Acres to Irvin Water District No. 6 (Bonuccelli)

The Irvin Water District proposed to annex 85 acres of land to serve approximately 65 acres of proposed commercial and 20 acres of proposed residential land uses. The area is designated Urban in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan and is zoned Light Industrial (l-1). The area is within the Spokane County Interim Urban Growth Area. The Notice of Intention was filed on September 16, 1999 and affected agencies or interested parties have 45 days from the date of filing to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. The 45-day public review period expired on October 24, 1999. The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked. The annexation is approved. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to Glenn Talmage, Irvin Water District No. 6 on November 1, 1999, stating that the proposal was approved as submitted. The effective date of the annexation is November 9, 1999. (Res. No. 99-8)

BRB 541-99:Proposed Annexation of 818 Acres to Fire District No. 5 (Craig and Farwell Roads)

Fire District No. 5 filed a Notice of Intention on September 9, 1999 to annex 818 acres adjacent to and North of Four Mound Road and adjacent to and east of Craig Road. The area is designated Rural in the County Comprehensive Plan and is zoned General Agriculture (GA). The area is outside of the Spokane County Interim Urban Growth Area. The 45-day public review period expired October 22, 1999. The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked. The annexation is approved. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to Brenda Clouse, Fire District No. 5 on October 25, 1999, stating that the proposal was approved as submitted. The effective date of the annexation is November 22, 1999. (Res. No. 99-02)

BRB 540-99: Proposed Annexation of 32 Acres to the City of Cheney (Kleinschmidt)

The Notice of Intention was filed on June 30, 1999 and affected agencies or interested parties have until August 13, 1999 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. The City of Cheney proposes to annex 32 acres of land west of Mullinix Road. The area is designated Semi-Rural and Industrial in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan and is zoned Industrial (I-2) and Semi-Rural Residential (SRR-5). The area is within the City of Cheney's Interim Urban Growth Area. The 45-day public review period expired August 13, 1999. The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked. The annexation is approved. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to Glenn Scholten, City Planner, City of Cheney, on August 16, 1999, stating that the proposal was approved as submitted. The effective date of the annexation is October 28, 1999. (Resolution No. R-96)

BRB 539-99: Proposed Annexation of 40 Acres to Trentwood Irrigation District No. 3 (Shannon)

The Notice of Intention was filed on June 18, 1999 and affected agencies or interested parties have until August 2, 1999 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. The Trentwood Irrigation District No. 3 proposes to annex 40 acres of land to serve two existing single family residences, one mobile home and one future single family residence. The area is designated Rural in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan and is zoned General Agriculture (GA). The area is outside of the Spokane County Interim Urban Growth Area. The 45 day public review period expired August 2, 1999. The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked. A Certificate of Expiration was sent to Mike Miller, Manager, Trentwood Irrigation District No. 3 on August 3, 1999, stating that the proposal was approved as submitted. The annexation was final as of August 10, 1999 pursuant to District Board of Directors Resolution 99-004.

BRB 538-99: Proposed Exclusion of 28 Acres from the Orchard Avenue Irrigation District No. 6 (Dollar Road)

The Notice of Intention was filed on June 11, 1999 and affected agencies or interested parties have until July 26, 1999 to invoke the Board's jurisdiction. The Orchard Avenue Irrigation District proposes to exclude 28 acres of land east of Dollar Road and north of the Railroad right-of-way. The area will be designated to be served by the City of Spokane in the Coordinated Water System Plan. The area is designated Industrial in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan and is zoned Light Industrial (I-2). The area is within the Spokane County Interim Urban Growth Area. The 45 day public review period expired July 26, 1999. The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked and the proposal is approved. A Certificate of Expiration was sent to Bernell Sebby, Orchard Avenue Irrigation District No. 6 on July 27, 1999 stating that the proposal was approved as submitted. The District Board of Directors adopted Resolution # 99-04 excluding the subject site. The exclusion is effective August 17, 1999.

BRB 537-99: Proposed Annexation of 105 Acres to Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 (River Glen)

Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 filed a Notice of Intention on April 19, 1999 to annex 105 acres south of Euclid Street and east of Campbell Road to be developed as 20 single family homes with irrigation service to 42 acres. The area is designated Semi-Rural in the Spokane County Comprehensive Plan and is zoned Semi-Rural Residential (SRR-5). The area is outside of the Spokane County Interim Urban Growth Area. The 45 day public review period expired June 3, 1999. The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked. A Certificate of Expiration was sent to Bob Ashcraft, Manager of Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 on June 8, 1999 stating that the annexation was approved as submitted. The District Board adopted Resolution # 99-6 annexing the subject site. The annexation was effective June 9, 1999.

BRB 536-99: Proposed Annexation of 160 Acres to the Town of Rockford (Dashiell et al)

The 45 day public review period expired February 26, 1999. A Certificate of Expiration was sent to Jim Graue, Assistant Chief of Fire District No. 9 and Scott Blystone, Chief of Fire District No. 6 on March 1, 1999, stating the proposal was approved as submitted. The two District Boards adopted Joint Resolution #99-J1 merging the two districts as proposed. The merger is effective May 11, 1999. The Town of Rockford filed a Notice of Intention on April 6, 1999 to annex 160 acres including approximately 150 acres of agricultural land and a grass seed processing facility. The area is designated Semi-Rural + in the County's Comprehensive Plan and is zoned Semi-Rural Residential (SRR-5). The area is within the Interim Urban Growth Area of the Town of Rockford. The Boundary Review Board received a petition from more than 5 percent of the registered voters within one-quarter mile of the proposed annexation requesting that the Board invoke its jurisdiction. Also, the Spokane County Board of County Commissioners requested the Board's jurisdiction be invoked. Therefore, the Board's jurisdiction is automatically invoked. The Board held a public hearing on the annexation proposal on May 18, 1999 at 7:00 PM at Freeman High School. At its special meeting on June 10, 1999 the Boundary Review Board voted to draft a hearing decision denying the annexation. The Board signed the denial decision at its regular meeting June 14, 1999. Since the decision was not appealed to Superior Court within 30 days of the Board's denial, the decision is final. Annexation proponents must wait 12 months from June 16, 1999, the date the denial decision was filed, to resubmit a similar proposal.

BRB 535-99:Proposed Merger of Fire District No. 9 with Fire District No. 6

Fire District No. 9 proposed to merge with Fire District No. 6 for the purpose of more efficient provision of fire protection to area served by Fire District No. 6; improved fire rating for industrial and commercial properties; economies of scale in administration and maintenance of equipment; higher level of Emergency Medical Services; and faster response times. The proposed area is outside of the Spokane County Interim Growth Boundary. The Spokane County Comprehensive Plan designation for the proposed area is Commercial, Industrial, Suburban, and Semi-Rural. Spokane County zoning for the proposed area is Heavy Industrial (I-3); Light Industrial (I-2); Commercial (B-2 and B-3); Semi-Rural -one acre density (SR-1); Semi-Rural -five acre density (SRR-5); and Urban Residential - 3.5 density (UR-3.5).

1998


BRB 534-98: Proposed Annexation of 75 Acres to Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 (Turtle Creek South)

Consolidated Irrigation District proposed to provide domestic water service to 158 future single family homes on 74.68 acres. The proposal area is outside of the Spokane County Interim Urban Growth Boundary. The Spokane County Comprehensive Plan designation for the proposed area is Urban, with a small portion of Semi-Rural and Suburban. Spokane County Zoning for the proposed area is Urban Residential (UR-3.5) and Semi-Rural Residential (SRR-5). The Notice of Intention was filed on December 7, 1998. The 45 day public review period expired January 21, 1999. The Board's jurisdiction was not invoked. A Certificate of Expiration was mailed to Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 on January 21, 1999 stating the proposal was approved. The District Board adopted Resolution # 99-5 annexing the subject site effective March 10, 1999.

BRB 533-98: Proposed Annexation of 160 acres into Fire District No. 8 (Dahm Annexation)

Fire District No. 8 proposed to extend fire protection services to planned residential property. The proposed area is outside of the Spokane County Interim Urban Growth Boundary. The Spokane County Comprehensive Plan Designation for the annexation site is Rural. The Spokane County zoning designation is General Agriculture (GA). The Notice of Intention was filed on November 13, 1998. The 45 day public review period expired without the Board's jurisdiction being invoked. A Certificate of Expiration was mailed to Fire District 8 on December 30, 1998 stating that the proposal was approved. The District Board adopted Resolution # 99-01 annexing the subject site. The annexation is effective August 22, 1999.

BRB 532-98: Proposed Annexation of 3.77 Acres to Carnhope Irrigation District No. 7 (Alcott Grove)

Carnhope Irrigation District is presently serving the subject area but desires to annex in order to recover system improvements costs. The proposed area is within the Spokane County Interim Urban Growth Boundary. Spokane County Comprehensive Plan designation is Urban. Spokane County zoning designation for proposed area is Urban Residential (UR-3.5). The Notice of Intention was filed on November 4, 1998. The 45 day public review period expired without the Board's jurisdiction being invoked. A Certificate of Expiration was mailed to Carnhope Irrigation District on December 21, 1998 stating the proposal is approved. The District Board adopted Resolution # 99-1-1 annexing the subject site. The annexation is effective January 5, 1999.

BRB 531-98: Proposed Annexation of 15 Acres to the Irvin Water District No. 6 (Pinecroft Business Park)

Irvin Water District proposed to provide water service to an industrial development consisting of six buildings. The proposal area is within the Spokane County Interim Urban Growth Boundary. Spokane County Comprehensive Plan designation for the proposal area is Urban and Rural within the IUGA. Spokane County zoning designation is Industrial Park (I-1). The Notice of Intention was filed on November 3, 1998. The 45 day public review period expired without the Board's jurisdiction being invoked. A Certificate of Expiration was mailed to Irvin Water District on December 21, 1998 stating the proposal was approved. The District Board adopted Resolution # 99-1 annexing the subject site. The annexation is effective February 9, 1999.

BRB 530-98: Proposed Extension of Water and Sewer Service to 16.5 Acres (Deer Valley Estates)

The City of Spokane intends to extend water and sewer services to a proposed manufactured home park. The subject area is outside of the Interim Urban Growth Boundary, but the project has a prior agreement for services with the City of Spokane. Spokane County Comprehensive Plan designation for the proposed area is Urban. Spokane County zoning designation for the proposed area is UR-7, a medium density residential category. The Notice of Intention was filed on October 5, 1998. The 45 day public review period expired with the Board's jurisdiction not being invoked. A Certificate of Expiration was mailed to the City of Spokane on November 24, 1998 stating the extension of water and sewer services is approved.

BRB 529-98: Proposed Annexation of 60 acres by Pasadena Park Irrigation District No. 17 (North Rim Estates)

Pasadena Park Irrigation District No. 17 proposed to annex 60 acres. The proposed area is outside of the Interim Urban Growth Boundary. Spokane County Comprehensive Plan designation for proposed area is Semi-Rural + (5 acre minimum lot size). Spokane County designated zoning for the proposal area is SRR-5 (5-acre minimum) and SRR-1 (1-acre minimum). The Notice of Intention was filed on September 10, 1998. The 45 day public review period expired without the Board's jurisdiction being invoked. A Certificate of Expiration was mailed to Pasadena Park Irrigation District on October 27, 1998 stating the annexation is approved. The annexation must officially be adopted by the District's Board of Directors on or before October 23, 2001, or the approval, as defined, shall be null and void.

BRB 528-98: Proposed Extension of Water and Sewer Service to 37.5 Acres (Deer Valley Estates)

City of Spokane proposed to extend private sewer service outside of the Corporate limits east of Havana Street to serve 37.5 acres. The Spokane County Comprehensive Plan designation of the proposed area is Urban. Spokane County zoning for the proposed area is UR-7, a medium density residential category. The Notice of Intention was filed on August 4, 1998. The City withdrew the Notice of Intention on September 14, 1998.

BRB 527-98: Proposed Annexation of 2 Square Miles to Fire District No. 5 (Valley Road Annexation)

Spokane County Fire District No. 5 proposed to provide fire protection to a 2 square mile area located in northwestern Spokane County. The Spokane County Comprehensive Plan designation of the proposed area is Rural. Spokane County zoning for the proposed area is General Agriculture (GA). The Notice of Intention was filed on June 5, 1998. The 45 day public review period expired without the Board's jurisdiction being invoked. A Certificate of Expiration was mailed to Fire District No. 5 on July 20, 1998 stating the annexation is approved. The District Board of Directors adopted Resolution No. 98-05 finalizing the annexation. The annexation is effective August 24, 1998.

BRB 526-98: Proposed Extension of Water and Sewer Service Area by the City of Spokane to 2 Acres (Eaton Construction)

The City of Spokane proposed to extend water and sewer service to two acres which includes two lots for proposed residential development of two single family homes. The area is designated Urban in the County's Comprehensive Plan and is zoned Urban Residential - 22 units per acre (UR-22). The area is within the Interim Urban Growth Area of Spokane County but not within the Interim Urban Growth Area of the City of Spokane. The Notice of Intention was filed on April 8, 1998. The 45 day review period expired on May 22, 1998 without the Board's jurisdiction being invoked. The action is therefore deemed approved. The Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to the City of Spokane on May 26, 1998.

BRB 525-98: Proposed Extension of Sewer Service Area by the City of Spokane to 20.9 Acres (Beau-Rivage Apartments)

The City of Spokane proposed to extend sewer service to 20.9 acres which includes 130 apartment units and plans for an additional 200 apartment units. The area is designated Urban in the County's Comprehensive Plan and is zoned Urban Residential - 22 units per acre (UR-22). The area is within the Interim Urban Growth Area of the City of Spokane. The Notice of Intention was filed on March 31, 1998. The 45 day review period expired without the Board's jurisdiction being invoked. The action is therefore deemed approved. The Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to the City of Spokane on May 18, 1998.

BRB 524-98: Proposed Annexation of 23 Acres to the Irvin Water District (Holman property)

The Irvin Water District proposed to annex 23 acres including the former site of a cement plant and a well. The area is designated Urban in the County's Comprehensive Plan and is zoned Heavy Industrial (I-3). The area is within the Interim Urban Growth Area. The Notice of Intention was filed on February 12, 1998. The 45 day review period expired without the Board's jurisdiction being invoked and therefore the annexation is approved. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was mailed to Mr. Glen Talmage on March 20, 1998. The annexation was final as of April 20, 1998 pursuant to District Board of Directors Resolution No. 98-2.Fire Protection District No. 9 proposed to annex eight square miles of predominately rural, forested, and undeveloped land to the District. The proposed annexation area also includes about 30 residences on five-acre parcels with an estimated population of 50. The area is designated Rural in the County's Comprehensive Plan and is outside of the Interim Urban Growth Area. The area is zoned GA (General Agriculture). The Notice of Intention was filed on January 28, 1998. Fire District No. 5 invoked the Boundary Review Board jurisdiction requesting the Board to modify the legal description of the proposal. A public hearing was held on Monday, April 13, 1998 and the Board Modified and Approved the proposal to exclude the southern two square miles for future annexation by Fire District No. 5. The Board adopted its written decision on Monday, May 11, 1998. The effective date of the annexation is May 26, 1998 pursuant to District Board of Directors Resolution No. 98-1.

1997


BRB 522-97: Proposed Annexation of 46 Acres to Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 (Dill Annexation)

Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19 proposed to annex 46 acres of undeveloped land to serve the large lot subdivision of East Meadows of nine five-acre lots. The proposed annexation area is not within the Interim Urban Growth Area and is designated Semi-Rural in the County Comprehensive Plan and zoned SRR-5 (Semi-Rural Residential - one unit per five acres). The Notice of Intention was filed on November 17, 1997. The 45 day review period expired without the Board's jurisdiction being invoked and therefore the annexation is approved. A Certificate of Expiration was mailed to Mr. Robert Ashcraft with the District on January 5, 1998. The annexation is final as of January 25, 1999 pursuant to District Board of Directors Resolution # 99-2.

BRB 521-97: Proposed Annexation of 108 Acres to Whitworth Water District No. 2 (Rivilla/Kiwanis Property)

The Whitworth Water District proposed to annex 108 acres containing 43 homes in the former Rivilla Water Company service area and the Kiwanis property of Camp Dartlo. The proposed annexation area is not within the Interim Urban Growth Area and is designated Rural west of Dartford Road and Urban east of Dartford Road in the County Comprehensive Plan and respectively zoned GA (General Agriculture) and UR 3.5 (Urban Residential - 3.5 units per acre). The Notice of Intention was filed on November 10, 1997. The 45 day review period expired without the Board's jurisdiction being invoked and therefore the annexation is approved. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was mailed to Susan Eldore on November 10, 1997. The annexation was final as of January 15, 1998 pursuant to District Board of Directors Resolution No. 98-02.

BRB 520-97: Proposed Annexation of 80 Acres to Fire District No. 1 (Wilkinson Annexation)

Spokane County Fire Protection District No. 1 proposed to annex 80 acres of undeveloped land to serve the future development of eleven residential units. The proposed annexation area is not within the Interim Urban Growth Area and is designated Rural in the County Comprehensive Plan and zoned SRR-5 (Semi-Rural Residential - one unit per five acres). The Notice of Intention was filed on November 6, 1997. The 45 day review period expired without the Board's jurisdiction being invoked and therefore the annexation is approved. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was mailed to Pat Humphries on December 19, 1997. The annexation was final as of January 19, 1998 pursuant to District Board of Directors Resolution No. 97-115.

BRB 519-97: Proposed Annexation of 3.12 Acres to the Whitworth Water District No. 2 (Pine River Annexation)

The Whitworth Water District proposed to annex 3.12 acres of undeveloped land to serve a short plat planned for four duplex units on four lots. The proposed annexation area is within the Interim Urban Growth Area and designated Urban in the County Comprehensive Plan and zoned UR 3.5 (Urban Residential - 3.5 units per acre). The Notice of Intention was filed on October 21, 1997. The Notice of Intention was filed on November 17, 1997. The 45 day review period expired without the Board's jurisdiction being invoked and therefore the annexation is approved. A Certificate of Expiration was mailed to Susan Eldore on December 5, 1997. The annexation was final as of January 15, 1998 pursuant to District Board of Directors Resolution No. 98-03.

BRB 518-97: Proposed Extension of Sewer Service to 40.5 Acres by the City of Spokane (Humane Society)

The Notice of Intention was filed on September 17, 1997 to include 40.5 acres of undeveloped land in the sewer service area of the City of Spokane. The proposed sewer service area is designated Industrial and Semi-Rural in the County's Comprehensive Plan and is largely outside of the Urban Impact Area and the recently designated Interim Urban Growth Area. The zoning for the area is Light Industrial I-2 and Semi-Rural Residential (one unit per five acres). The Notice of Intention was filed on September 17, 1997. Spokane County Division of Long Range Planning invoked the Board's jurisdiction. A public hearing was held on Monday, December 8, 1997 and the Board modified and approved the proposal to exclude the undeveloped portions of the site. The Board adopted its written decision on Monday, January 12, 1998.

BRB 517-97: Proposed Extension of Sewer Service Area to include 78.2 Acres by Liberty Lake Water and Sewer District (Leland-Marks/Sports World)

The Notice of Intention was filed on July 23, 1997 to include 78.2 acres of predominately undeveloped land with one business. The proposed annexation area is designated Urban and Industrial in the County's Comprehensive Plan and within the Urban Impact Area and the recently designated Interim Urban Growth Area. The zoning for the area is Regional Business (B-3) and Light Industrial (I-2). The 45 day review period expired on September 5, 1997 without the Board's jurisdiction being invoked. The action is therefore deemed approved. The Certificate of Expiration of the review period was sent to the Water and Sewer District on September 8, 1997.

BRB 516-97: Proposed Partial Merger of 218 Acres from Fire District No. 9 to Fire District No. 6 (Gerlach Road)

The Notice of Intention was filed on May 30, 1997 to include 218 acres of low density residential and industrial land in to Fire District No. 6. The proposed partial merger area is designated Semi-Rural in the County's Comprehensive Plan and is outside of Urban Impact Area and the recently designated Interim Urban Growth Area. The zoning for the area is Semi-Rural Residential (one unit per five acres) and Heavy Industrial (I-3). The 45 day review period expired without the Board's jurisdiction being invoked and therefore the annexation is approved. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was mailed to Scott Blystone, Chief of Fire District No. 6, on July 21, 1997. The partial merger is final as of August 20, 1997 pursuant to Joint Resolution No. 97-08201 approved by the Boards of Directors of both Districts.

BRB 515-97: Proposed Annexation of 4.5 Acres to the City of Airway Heights (Landreth property)

The Notice of Intention was filed on March 5, 1997 to annex 4.5 acres to the City of Airway Heights. The proposed annexation area includes one dwelling unit. The area is designated Rural in the County's Comprehensive Plan and is within the City's Interim Urban Growth Area. The area is zoned General Agriculture with proposed City zoning of R-1M (single family mobile/manufactured home). The City of Airway Heights has asked the Board to waive the review period for the annexation because the proposal is under ten square miles and under two million dollars in assessed value. On March 10, 1997, the Board denied the waiver request. A Certificate of Expiration was mailed to Kell J. McAboy, Planner, on April 24, 1997. The annexation is final as of April 28, 1997 pursuant to City Ordinance No. C-375.

BRB 514-97: Proposed Annexation of 50 Acres to Consolidated Irrigation District (Cohen Property)

The Notice of Intention was filed on February 24, 1997 to annex 50 acres of undeveloped land to be divided into ten 5-acre parcels. The proposed annexation area is designated Semi-Rural in the County's Comprehensive Plan and is outside of Urban Impact Area and the recently designated Interim Urban Growth Area. The zoning for the area is Semi-Rural Residential (one unit per five acres). The 45 day review period expired without the Board's jurisdiction being invoked and therefore the annexation is approved. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was mailed to Bob Ashcraft, Manager, Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19, on April 15, 1997. The annexation is final as of May 14, 1997 pursuant to District Board of Directors Order No. 97-6.

BRB 513-97: Proposed Extension of Sewer to 12 Acres by the City of Spokane (Yardley Sewer Service Area)

The Notice of Intention was filed on January 31, 1997 to extend sewers to 12 acres outside of the City of Spokane's corporate limits. The proposed extension area is occupied by SCAFCO and Snyder's Bakery. The area is designated Industrial in the County's Comprehensive Plan and is within the Urban Impact Area. The area is zoned Industrial - 3 (Heavy Industrial).A Certificate of Expiration was mailed to Jim Laughtland, City of Spokane Public Works Department, on March 18, 1997 noting that the Board's jurisdiction had not been invoked and the proposal was therefore, approved. This sewer extension was final on March 18, 1997.

BRB 512-97: Proposed Annexation of 80 Acres to the Moab Irrigation District No. 20 (Idaho Road)

The Notice of Intention was filed on January 14, 1997 to annex 80 acres to the Moab Irrigation District. The proposed annexation area is currently undeveloped with plans to develop 16 five-acre parcels. The area is designated Semi-Rural in the County's Comprehensive Plan and is outside of the Urban Impact Area. The area is zoned Semi-Rural Residential - 5 (one unit per five acres).A Certificate of Expiration of the 45 day review period was mailed to Kathy Small, Manager, Moab Irrigation District No. 20, on March 3, 1997 noting that the Board's jurisdiction had not been invoked and the proposal was therefore, approved. The annexation to the Moab Irrigation District is final as of April 28, 1997 pursuant to District Board of Directors Order dated April 28, 1997.

1996


BRB 511-96: Proposed Annexation of 125 Acres to Fire District No. 6 (Burlington Northern/Hillyard Business Park)

The Notice of Intention was filed on December 20, 1996 to annex 125 acres to Fire District No. 6. The proposed annexation area includes one manufacturing business. The area is designated Industrial in the County's Comprehensive Plan and is within the Urban Impact Area. The area is zoned I-3 (Heavy Industrial).A Certificate of Expiration of the 45 day review period was mailed to Scott Blystone, Chief, Fire District No. 6, on February 3, 1997 noting that the Board's jurisdiction had not been invoked and the proposal was therefore, approved. The annexation is final as of February 19, 1997 pursuant to District Board of Directors Resolution No. 97-02191.

BRB 510-96: Proposed Partial Merger of Fire District No. 2 with Fire District No. 3 (Dunn and Cahill Roads)

The Notice of Intention was filed on October 8, 1996 for a partial merger of 1,280 acres to Fire District No. 2 from Fire District No. 3. The proposed partial merger area was rural and includes one dwelling unit. The area is designated Rural and Agriculture in the County's Comprehensive Plan and is outside of the Urban Impact Area. The area is zoned General Agriculture and Exclusive Agriculture. On November 18, 1996, Fire District No. 3 invoked the Board's jurisdiction. The Board held a public hearing on January 13, 1997 and DENIED the partial merger. The Board's written decision was filed on February 11, 1997.

BRB 509-96: Proposed Partial Merger of Fire District No. 2 with Fire Districts No. 3 and No. 8 (Latah and Rock Creeks)

The Notice of Intention was filed on October 8, 1996 for a partial merger of 3,115.9 acres to Fire District No. 2 from Fire Districts No. 3 and No. 8; merge 14.2 acres to Fire District No. 3 from Fire District No. 2; and merge 21.3 acres to Fire District No. 8 from Fire District No. 2. The proposed partial merger area is rural and includes no dwelling units. The area is designated Rural and Agriculture in the County's Comprehensive Plan and is outside of the Urban Impact Area. The area is zoned General Agriculture and Exclusive Agriculture. A Certificate of Expiration of the 45 day review period was mailed to Dave Cornwall, Commissioner of Fire District No. 2, on November 27, 1996 noting that the Board's jurisdiction had not been invoked and the proposal was therefore, approved. This partial merger was finalized on January 10, 1997 pursuant to the Districts Board of Directors Joint Resolution No. 12-6-96.

BRB 508-96: Proposed Annexation of 40.68 Acres to the Consolidated Irrigation District (Etter Property)

The Notice of Intention was filed on August 27, 1996 to annex 40.68 acres to the Consolidated Irrigation District. The proposed annexation area includes two existing homes. Approximately three-fourths of the area is designated Urban with the rest designated Rural in the County's Comprehensive Plan. The area designated Urban area is also within the Urban Impact Area. The proposed annexation area is zoned UR - 3.5 (Urban Residential - 3.5 units per acre).A Certificate of Expiration of the 45 day review period was mailed to Robert Ashcraft, Manager, Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19, on October 8, 1996 noting that the Board's jurisdiction had not been invoked and the proposal was therefore, approved. The annexation was final on November 13, 1996 pursuant to District Board of Directors Resolution No. 96-8.

BRB 507-96: Proposed Annexation of 18.6 Acres to the Pasadena Park Irrigation District (Sommerset Vista)

The Notice of Intention was filed on August 13, 1996 to annex 18.6 acres to the Pasadena Park Irrigation District. The proposed annexation area is undeveloped with 39 single family homes proposed. The area is designated Urban in the County's Comprehensive Plan and is within the Urban Impact Area and is zoned Urban Residential 3.5 and General Agriculture. A Certificate of Expiration of the 45 day review period was mailed to Ron Welch, Superintendent, Pasadena Park Irrigation District, on October 1, 1996 noting that the Board's jurisdiction had not been invoked and the proposal was therefore, approved. The annexation was final on October 8, 1997 pursuant to District Board of Directors Order No. 080196-B.

BRB 506-96: Proposed Annexation of 51.26 Acres to the Town of Spangle (Sievers Annexation)

The Town of Spangle proposed to annex 51.26 acres of agricultural land. The area was designated Semi-Rural Plus in the County's Comprehensive Plan and was zoned General Agriculture. The Town plans on purchasing six acres to be developed as a sewage treatment facility. There are no development plans for the rest of the property. The Notice of Intention was filed on July 16, 1996. A Certificate of Expiration of the 45 day review period was mailed to John Logan, Mayor, Town of Spangle, on September 3, 1996 noting that the Board's jurisdiction had not been invoked and the proposal was therefore, approved. This annexation to the Town of Spangle was final on October 4, 1996 pursuant to Town Ordinance No. 341.

BRB 505-96: Proposed Annexation of 135 Acres to the City of Spokane (Central Pre-Mix)

The City of Spokane proposed to annex 135 acres to include 60 existing multi-family units and development plans for 1,290 high density residential units and 25 acres of general commercial. The proposed annexation area is zoned by the County as SRR-5 (Semi-Rural Residential - one unit per five acres) and is designated Semi-Rural Plus in the County's Comprehensive Plan. The area is not within the Urban Impact Area. The Notice of Intention was filed on April 12, 1996. The jurisdiction of the Board was invoked by the Board of County Commissioners on May 22, 1996. The Board held a public hearing on July 8, 1996. The Board approved the proposal. The Resolution and Hearing Decision was filed with the Board of County Commissioners on September 18, 1996. This annexation to the City of Spokane was final on December 18, 1996 pursuant to City Ordinance No. C-31748.

BRB 504-96: Proposed Annexation of 30 Acres to the Pasadena Park Irrigation District No. 17 (Davidson/Burnett)

The Pasadena Park Irrigation District proposed to annex approximately 30 acres to allow construction of two single family residences. The proposed annexation area is zoned by the County as SRR-5 (Semi-Rural Residential - one unit per five acres) and is designated Semi-Rural Plus in the County's Comprehensive Plan. The area is not within the Urban Impact Area. The Notice of Intention was filed on March 28, 1996 and affected parties had until May 10, 1996 to request that the Board invoke its jurisdiction in the matter. A Certificate of Expiration was mailed to Ron Welch, Manager, Pasadena Park Irrigation District, May 13, 1996 noting that the Board's jurisdiction had not been invoked and the proposal was therefore, approved. This annexation to the Pasadena Park Irrigation District is not final until the District passes its final Resolution to annex the property, to occur not later than May 10, 1999 or the Board's approval is null and void. That date has passed without submission of final District action, and the Board's approval of the annexation is null and void.

BRB 503-96: Proposed Annexation of 104 Acres to the City of Spokane (Grandview)

The City of Spokane proposed to annex 104 acres to include eleven existing homes and development plans for 330 homes. The proposed annexation area was zoned by the County as SRR-5 (Semi-Rural Residential - one unit per five acres) and was designated Semi-Rural Plus in the County's Comprehensive Plan. The area is not within the Urban Impact Area. The Notice of Intention was filed on March 4, 1996 and affected parties had until April 17, 1996 to request that the Board invoke its jurisdiction in the matter. A Certificate of Expiration was mailed to Duane Coble, Planner, City of Spokane, on April 22, 1996 noting that the Board's jurisdiction had not been invoked and the proposal was therefore, approved. The annexation to the City of Spokane is final as of August 14, 1996 pursuant to City Ordinance No. C-31653.

BRB 502-96: Proposed Annexation of 80 Acres to the Whitworth Water District No. 2 (Pinehaven Acres)

The Whitworth Water District proposed to annex 80 acres to serve 22 home sites. The proposed annexation area is zoned by the County as SRR-5 (Semi-Rural Residential - one unit per five acres) and SRR-1 (Semi-Rural Residential - one unit per one acre). It is designated Semi-Rural in the County's Comprehensive Plan and is not within the Urban Impact Area. The Notice of Intention was filed on March 1, 1996 and affected parties had until April 12, 1996 to request that the Board invoke its jurisdiction in the matter. A Certificate of Expiration of the review period was mailed to Susan Eldore, Manager of the Whitworth Water District, on April 15, 1996 noting that the Board's jurisdiction had not been invoked and the proposal was therefore, approved. The annexation to the Whitworth Water District is final as of May 8, 1996 pursuant to District Board of Directors Resolution No.96-10.

BRB 501-96: Proposed Incorporation of the City of Opportunity

Ed Meadows, proponent, proposed to incorporate the City of Opportunity in the Spokane Valley. It is bounded by Evergreen Road on the east, Argonne and Locust Roads on the west, Interstate 90 on the north and 16th Avenue on the south. The population of the area is estimated to be 19,000 and it encompasses approximately six square miles. The County Auditor certified that the petition submitted contains sufficient signatures to proceed with the incorporation process. A Notice of Intention for the proposal was filed on January 22, 1996. The Board modified the proposal by including the area between Locust and Argonne Roads. The Resolution and Hearing Decision was filed with the Board of County Commissioners on March 21, 1996. On April 16, 1996, an appeal of the decision was filed by the proponents of the proposal. The matter was placed on the ballot and voted on February 4, 1997. The matter was defeated. It cannot be placed on the ballot for three years.

BRB 500-96: Proposed Incorporation of the City of Evergreen

Vivienne Latimer, proponent, proposed to incorporate the City of Evergreen in the Spokane Valley. It is bounded by Evergreen Road on the west, Barker Road on the east, the Spokane River on the north and 8th and 24th Avenues on the south. The population of the area is estimated to be 15,000 and it encompasses approximately ten square miles. The County Auditor certified that the petition submitted contains sufficient signatures to proceed with the incorporation process. A Notice of Intention for the proposal was filed on January 8, 1996. The Board held a public hearing February 29, 1996 and continued it to March 11, 1996. The Board modified the proposal by including the Morningside plat and making minor adjustments to road rights-of-way. The Resolution and Hearing Decision was filed with the Board of County Commissioners on March 21, 1996. On April 16, 1996, an appeal of the decision was filed by the proponents of the proposal. The matter was placed on the ballot and voted on February 4, 1997. The matter was defeated. It cannot be placed on the ballot for three years.