Mountain View Estates Annexation Process. August 3, 2009. This Evening’s Goal…. To educate you on the annexation process To describe the timeframe and key events To take your questions. Who’s Here?. Calabasas City Council Mayor Pro Tem, Barry Groveman Council Member James Bozajian
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August 3, 2009
Mountain View Estates
City of Calabasas 2009 General Plan
Proposed Annexation Areas
1) If fewer than 25% of registered voters, or fewer than 25% of affected landowners (weighted by proportional share of overall assessed valuation) file written protests, then LAFCO orders the boundary change;
2) If at least 25% but not more than 50% of the registered voters or landowners protest, then LAFCO orders an election; and,
3) If more than 50% of the registered voters or landowners protest, LAFCO terminates the proceedings.
If MVE became part of the City of Calabasas, there would be change to: