1. Upon conclusion of the hearing, the commission may take the matter under consideration
and shall, within 30 days following conclusion of the hearing, present its determination.
The commission may also adjourn a hearing from time to time, but not to exceed a total
of 30 days.
2. A commission in any county that is subject to the provisions of NRS 278.026 to 278.029, inclusive, shall:
(a) Disapprove a proposal for annexation that is determined by the regional planning
commission to be inconsistent with the comprehensive regional plan or with a program
of annexation that is adopted and certified pursuant to NRS 268.625.
(b) Approve a proposal for annexation that is consistent with the comprehensive regional
plan and a program of annexation that is adopted and certified pursuant to NRS 268.625.
3. If the commission approves the annexation, proceedings therefor may be continued
as provided in NRS 268.610 to 268.671, inclusive. Except as otherwise provided in this subsection, if the commission disapproves the
proposed annexation, further proceedings to annex the territory to the city must terminate.
If a county and affected cities have executed an interlocal agreement to transfer
the duties of the annexation commission of the city to the regional planning commission,
a county or city may appeal a determination of the regional planning commission in
accordance with NRS 278.028. If the commission approves the proposed annexation with modifications or conditions,
further proceedings for the annexation may be continued only in compliance with such
modifications or conditions.
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