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LEGAL NOTICE The Casper City Council will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, May 21, 2019, at 6:00 p.m., in the City Council Chambers, located at 200 North David Street, Casper, Wyoming, to determine if the proposed annex and plat of a portion of a previously abandoned WYDOT right-of-way located in the SE1/4SW1/4 of Section 18, Township 33 North, Range 79 West, 6th P.M., Natrona County Wyoming, to create the West Casper Commerce Center Addition, 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 Seven Synergy Holdings, LLC has applied for an annexation, plat and zone change to create the West Casper Commerce Addition. The subject property is located at the northeast corner of the intersection of Southwest Wyoming Boulevard and CY Avenue, and is currently undeveloped, vacant land. The proposed West Casper Commerce Center Addition encompasses approximately 1.88-acres, and is creating a single platted lot through the combination of Lot 1, McNamara Heights Addition, and the annexation of an approximately half-acre parcel of unplatted, abandoned right-of-way (CY Avenue). 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 in terms of capital improvements, probable fees for services and potential taxes. Services and Costs There will not be any City-borne infrastructure development costs as a result of this annexation. As a condition of annexation, the property owner is required to complete the public sidewalk along Wyoming Boulevard at the time the property is developed. Findings Assuming the City Council annexes the property, as requested, it will receive the same City services that other properties within the incorporated City receive. The report/study illustrated that the City of Casper can provide these services without incurring any 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: April 12 & 19, 2019 Legal No: 53170

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