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LEGAL NOTICE The Casper City Council will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, August 20, 2019, at 6:00 p.m., in the City Council Chambers, located at 200 North David Street, Casper, Wyoming, to consider an ordinance annexing the Green Valley Mobile Home Park, located at 2760 South Robertson Road. The Casper City Council will hold a second public hearing on Tuesday, September 17, 2019, at 6:00 p.m., in the City Council Chambers, located at 200 North David Street, Casper, Wyoming, to determine if the proposed annexation of the Green Valley Mobile Home Park, located at 2760 South Robertson Road, complies with the requirements of W. S. 15-1-402. An Annexation report has been completed pursuant to this Statute, a summary of which is as follows: ANNEXATION REPORT SUMMARY Background The Casper City Council approved Resolution No. 19-104 initiating the annexation of the Green Valley Mobile Home Park, located at 2760 South Robertson Road. The property encompasses approximately 14-acres, consists of a single, un-platted lot, and is located on the west side of Robertson Road. The property is surrounded on all four sides by properties located within the Casper City limits, and is serviced by City of Casper public utilities. Trash collection within the mobile home park is handled by private contractors. All internal “streets” are privately owned and maintained, and Robertson Road, along the east frontage of the property is fully developed. Pursuant to Wyoming Statute 15-1-402, an annexation report has been prepared to outline the City services to be provided to the area being annexed, the relative cost of providing those services, a timeline for when the services will be provided, and identifying the costs to be incurred by the property owner. Summary of Costs There will not be any City-borne infrastructure development costs as a result of this annexation. All internal roads within the Mobile Home Park are privately owned and maintained. Robertson Road, which provides dedicated public access to the property, is fully improved, including a recently constructed 10’ wide pedestrian walkway. In that the parcel being annexed is in an infill area of the City, completely surrounded by properties already located within the City limits, therefore, no new public streets, new utilities, or other long-term maintenance obligations are being absorbed by the City. The property owner will not be required to complete any public improvements, and therefore, will not incur any infrastructure development costs as a result of the annexation of the property. Findings Assuming the City Council ultimately annexes the property, the property owner and residents will receive the same City services that every other property within the incorporated City receive. As illustrated, the City of Casper can provide these services without incurring any immediate additional costs related to a need for additional staff, equipment or publicly-funded facility expansion or infrastructure. The property is surrounded by properties that are already receiving City services; therefore, the property can be absorbed into the City of Casper without any noticeable financial or operational effect. A location map showing identifiable landmarks and the boundaries of the area being annexed is shown below. Published: July 19 & 26, 2019 Legal No: 56564

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