A group of Roads End neighbors, who seem intent at trying everything under the sun to prevent Lincoln City from annexing them, have struck out again at trying to create their own water system. Under state use planning law, residents who live within a city’s urban growth boundary are presumed to be annexed eventually. So when Roads End came calling at the county courthouse to drill new water wells the county told them no, citing state land use law that re-affirms the notion that Roads End is already an urban area and therefore should be annexed into Lincoln City.
Reporter Patrick Alexander has the skinny on this latest development in the News-Guard. Click here.