Proposed Voluntary Disannexation of 20.67 Acres

The City of Georgetown is considering a voluntary disannexation of two properties from the city limits.  The public hearing will be held at the August 11, 2020 City Council meeting at 6 pm.  

City Council meetings are located at the City Council Chambers, 510 W. 9th Street. Due to operational constraints resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, this meeting may be held via the video conference. The final location of the meeting and instructions on how to join via the video conference or call in number meeting will be posted with the meeting agenda at agendas.georgetown.org the Wednesday prior to the meeting. 

The area being considered for voluntary disannexation is approximately an 9.10-acre tract of land situated in the Woodruff Stubblefield Survey, abstract No. 556, generally located at 980 Patriot Way and an approximate 11.57 acre tract of land, situated in the Woodruff Stubblefield Survey, Abstract No. 556 in Williamson County, Texas, and being a portion of a called 93.060 acres as described in a Warranty Deed for Life Estate to Glenda K. Raum Gattis from Gary D. Raum, et al., as recorded in Doc. 2012021515. 

After holding the required public hearing, the City Council will consider an ordinance for the disannexation. 

For additional information, please contact Nat Waggoner in the Planning Department, 512-930-3584 or email to nat.waggoner@georgetown.org 

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