(1) The exercise of zoning, planning, and other concomitant powers by a city of the
metropolitan class in the area of extraterritorial jurisdiction described and authorized
by state law necessarily affects property outside the corporate boundaries of the
city and persons who are not inhabitants of or electors in the city;
(2) The protection of unrepresented persons and property affected by a statutorily
created zoning and planning process is a matter of state concern; and
(3) The protection of such unrepresented persons and property would be facilitated
by requiring that at least one person residing in the area of extraterritorial jurisdiction
and appointed by an elected body of the area of extraterritorial jurisdiction serve
as a member of the planning board of the city of the metropolitan class if a planning
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