“NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON ANNEXATION
To be held on:
December 30, 2021 at 6:00 p.m.
Keene City Council Chambers
Keene City Hall
1000 N. Old Betsy Rd (FM 2280), Cleburne, Texas
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS, THAT:
The City of Keene, Texas proposes to institute voluntary annexation proceedings pursuant to a landowner petition submitted by J&L Holdings Company to enlarge and extend the boundary limits of said city to include an approximately 49.72 acre tract of property owned by the company, a description of which is as follows:
Being a 49.72 acre tract or parcel of land situated in the Jeremiah Williams Jr. Survey, Abstract Number 891 and the S. A. Howerton Survey, Abstract Number 357 and the Jeremiah Williams Jr. Survey, Abstract Number 890 in the City of Keene, Johnson County, Texas and being a portion of a called 69.182 acre tract of land described in the deed to J and L Holdings Company, recorded in Document Number 2021-10010 of the Official Records of Johnson County, Texas and a portion of a called 13.300 acre tract of land described in the deed to J and L Holdings Company, recorded in Document Number 2021-10793 of the Official Records of Johnson County, Texas. The survey and field notes of said approximately 49.72 acre tract is available in the City Secretary’s office and on the City’s website.
A public hearing will be held by and before the City Council of the City of Keene, Texas, on the 30th day of December, 2021, at 6:00 p.m. at the Keene City Council Chambers, Keene City Hall, 1000 N. Old Betsy Rd (FM 2280), Cleburne, Texas for all persons interested in the above-proposed annexation. All such persons shall have the right to appear and be heard.
The legislature declares it the policy of the state to designate certain areas as the extraterritorial jurisdiction of municipalities to promote and protect the general health, safety, and welfare of persons residing in and adjacent to the municipalities.
This annexation will expand the City’s extraterritorial jurisdiction. At a minimum, the following ordinances of the City shall apply to the expanded extraterritorial jurisdiction: the General Development Ordinance of the City of Keene, including ordinances regulating subdivision and platting; and the City’s fireworks ordinance regulating nuisances within 5,000 feet of the City limits.
For questions, and a full metes and bounds legal description of the annexation area, please contact Diane Helms, City Secretary, City of Keene, Keene City Hall, 1000 N. Old Betsy Rd (FM 2280), Cleburne, Texas 76031; firstname.lastname@example.org or 817-641-3336.”
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