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Annex

1. A section or amendment to an international agreement. This can be important in some treaties, such as the Kyoto Protocol, in which industrialized countries are called Annex I countries and others are known as non-Annex I countries.

2. See: Annexation.
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More than 30 people testified in support of annexation reform, saying they want the right to vote when cities decide to annex their neighborhoods.
Oregon Communities for a Voice in Annexations had written a bill, House Bill 2938, to stop cities from requiring annexation when providing a county service (e.
Map 1 shows that Cordova is bounded on the east by the county line, on the south by incorporated cities--Germantown and Collierville and their annexation reserves--on the north by incorporated cities--Bartlett, Arlington, and Lake-land and their annexation reserves--and on the west by Memphis.
Also, Newhall Land, which built and sold the Valencia Marketplace, included in the deed that the center should refuse annexation to an existing city or inclusion in a new one.
But I am rather disturbed that as a city we do not look closely at capital improvement costs associated with annexation.
On top of that, it gave new incorporations priority over annexation attempts.
Stotter suggested the board adopt rules regarding annexations when the city wants to acquire land to address a public health concern, and those in which the wishes of property owners should be balanced against people who live on the land but don't own it, like renters.
Businesses in the Valencia Commerce Center and several Castaic neighborhoods had petitioned Santa Clarita for annexation in July 2005.
If the annexation is approved by the voters in fall 2006, an additional $164 million in capital financing will be needed to add instructional space in the annexed areas.
But realistically, Brubaker said, lands that potentially would be annexed under the triple-majority approach are overwhelmingly populated with single-family residential property owners, which means annexations would not move forward without consent from a majority of them.
Florence also wants to strike the requirement that the county sign off on the research necessary for health-hazard annexations.
Of the 27 annexations the city has completed, just one had protests early on, but residents ultimately approved the annexation.