(1) In areas subject to the jurisdiction of a local government boundary commission,
the boundary commission shall conduct an advisory review of an annexation plan for
conformity with annexation plan requirements set forth in ORS 195.220, 199.462 and the rules of procedure of the Land Conservation and Development Commission.
(2) If a boundary commission finds that an annexation plan does not comply with ORS 195.220, 199.462 or the procedural rules of the commission, the boundary commission, by order, shall
disapprove the annexation plan and return the plan to the governing body of the city
or district. The order of the boundary commission that disapproves an annexation plan shall describe
with particularity the provisions of the annexation plan that do not comply with ORS 195.220, 199.462 or the procedural rules of the commission and shall specifically indicate the reasons
(3) The governing body of the city or district, upon receiving an order of the boundary
commission that disapproves an annexation plan, may amend the plan and resubmit the
amended plan to the boundary commission.
(4) After a boundary commission reviews an annexation plan, the annexation plan shall
be submitted to the electors of the city or district and affected territory as provided
in ORS 195.205.
(5) Notwithstanding ORS chapter 199, annexations provided for in an annexation plan
approved by the electors of a city or district and affected territory do not require
the approval of a local government boundary commission.
(6) A city or district shall submit an annexation plan approved by the electors and
a copy of the resolution, ordinance, order or proclamation proclaiming an annexation
under an approved annexation plan to the local government boundary commission filing
with the Secretary of State, Department of Revenue, assessor and county clerk of each
county in which the affected territory is located.
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