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File #: 71652    Version: 1 Name: Finding of exemption from payment in-full of outstanding assessments levied against parcels being combined as part of a conditionally approved Certified Survey Map at 1705 & 1713 S High Point Road and authorizing the outstanding assessments to be combined
Type: Miscellaneous Status: Approved
File created: 5/18/2022 In control: BOARD OF REVIEW
On agenda: Final action: 5/25/2022
Enactment date: Enactment #:
Title: Finding of exemption from payment in-full of outstanding assessments levied against parcels being combined as part of a conditionally approved Certified Survey Map at 1705 & 1713 S High Point Road and authorizing the outstanding assessments to be combined and levied against the newly created parcel. (20th AD)
Sponsors: BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS
Attachments: 1. 1705 & 1713 S High Point Road Deferred Assessments Exhibit.pdf
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Title
Finding of exemption from payment in-full of outstanding assessments levied against parcels being combined as part of a conditionally approved Certified Survey Map at 1705 & 1713 S High Point Road and authorizing the outstanding assessments to be combined and levied against the newly created parcel. (20th AD)
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WHEREAS, the owner and developer, Hickory Hill Academy and Dahl Family, LLC, has received the City of Madison's conditional approval for a Certified Survey Map to combine the existing parcels at 1705 S High Point Road (PN 070835301197) and 1713 S High Point Road (PN 070835301204) into one to allow construction of a private school, and,

WHERAS, there are outstanding special assessments against both existing parcels for street and sewer improvements that were applied in 2006 but deferred until the properties attached to the City at which time the assessments could be paid over 6 annual payments per the intergovernmental agreement between the City of Madison and the Town of Middleton, and,

WHERAS, the subject parcels where attached to the City on May 1, 2021 and the first annual payment is due October 31, 2022, and,

WHEREAS, under Madison General Ordinances Sec. 16.23(5)g.1, all unpaid special assessments must be paid as a condition of CSM sign off, “unless determined otherwise by the Board of Public Works”; and,

WHERAS, the owner and developer is requesting to be able to combine the remaining outstanding special assessments, apply them to the new parcel to be created by the conditionally approved Certified Survey Map, and continue to pay the remaining outstanding special assessments over 5 annual payments.


NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED,that the Board of Public Works finds that, pursuant to the authority provided to the Board by MGO Sec. 16.23(5)(g)1, the unpaid special assessments on the above noted parcels must not be paid as a condition of CSM sign off, subject to the following terms :

1. That the...

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