Part 2 — Unified Development Ordinance Subdivision Regulations
City of Andover Unified Development Manual
a. In the unincorporated area, recommend or protest vacations to be considered by the Board of County Commissioners.
104 Duties of Planning Commission A. The Planning Commission must: 1. Review sketch plans and forward comments to the potential Subdivider, whenever this duty is not performed by a Subdivision Committee. 2. Review preliminary plats and lot splits , and approve, approve conditionally, or disapprove them. 3. Review final plats and final plats of small tracts , and approve, approve conditionally, or disapprove them, and transmit them to the Governing Body for their acceptance of dedications of streets, alleys, and other public ways and sites. a. If a final plat is disapproved or conditions are requested, the Subdivision Administrator must inform the Subdivider of the reasons in writing. 4. Make recommendations to the Governing Body on vacations of recorded plats, rights-of-way, easements and other public reserves. 5. Make determinations and decisions, as may be required by these Subdivision Regulations or applicable State statutes. 105 Duties of Governing Body A. The Governing Body must: 1. Accept or not accept dedications of streets, alleys and other public ways and sites shown on final plats. 2. Accept required improvements . (See Subdivision Regulations, Section 10-103D.) 3. Approve or not approve vacations of recorded plats, rights-of-way, easements and other public reserves.
106 Homeowners Associations A. A Homeowners Association (HOA) is an incorporated nonprofit organization of all the individual property owners within a subdivision or planned unit development, which owns and is responsible for the long-term operation and maintenance of certain commonly held land and facilities in the subdivision or planned unit development. 1. When a subdivision is comprised of both homeowners and other users of the land such as commercial, the association may be called an "Owners Association" . B. An HOA operates under recorded land agreements through which: 1. Each homeowner or lot in a subdivision or planned unit development is automatically a member of the HOA. 2. Each lot is automatically subject to a charge for a proportionate share of the expenses for the HOA's activities. C. An HOA incorporation document must include provisions to ensure that remedial measures will be available to the City if commonly held property is permitted to deteriorate or is not maintained in a condition consistent with the best interests of the subdivision or planned unit development or the City. 1. If the City finds it necessary to maintain properties held by an HOA in order to avoid having them become a public nuisance , the costs will be assessed against the properties of the HOA members . (See definition of PUBLIC NUISANCE.)
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