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A. The following area as depicted on attachment F (receiving areas map) to the ordinance codified herein, specified as a TDR receiving area, is hereby designated as a TDR receiving area. Its boundaries shall generally be described as follows:
Lands in the A-20 district (effective prior to July 5, 2006) including: north of the north 1/2 and the southeast 1/4 of the northeast quarter of Section 27 and the north 1/2 of the northwest quarter of Section 26, T1N, R18E, B.M.; north of the east to west section line two miles north of the Boise Baseline portion of which correspond with Pero Rd. to the A-10 Zoning District line; west of that A-10 zoning line; south of the R-5 zoning district boundary; along Glendale Rd. to Silverwood Dr. and south and east of the Glendale "bench."
B. Additional receiving areas are those:
1. Areas reclassified pursuant to the standards set out in subsection C of this section; or
2. Areas designated through intergovernmental agreements with municipalities in Blaine County.
1. Designation of the property as a receiving area is in accordance with the comprehensive plan.
2. The proposed receiving area will be located outside of the mountain overlay district, avalanche overlay district, floodplain overlay and riparian setback districts, wetlands overlay district and seasonal overlay district, and outside of any environmentally sensitive lands, or critical wildlife habitats or corridors as identified by the county in consultation with the Idaho department of fish and game.
3. The proposed receiving area will be located adjacent to an existing state or county road, or platted road, and adequately served by existing transportation systems.
4. The proposed receiving area will be compatible with adjoining development and land uses, and, if located within a designated area of city impact, will be compatible with the land uses designated for the area in the adopted municipal comprehensive plan and municipal and county ordinances governing the area of city impact.
5. The transfer of additional densities and other uses to the proposed receiving area will be compatible with the uses and any agricultural operations in the area.
6. The transfer of additional densities and other uses to the proposed receiving area, when considered in light of the existing or likely cumulative effect of residential development in the area, will not materially change the character of agricultural land, agricultural uses, or the economic viability of existing agricultural operations in the area.
7. The transfer of additional densities and other uses to the proposed receiving area will not adversely affect the quality of essential public services and facilities to current residents, including, but not limited to, school facilities, school bus transportation, police and fire protection, emergency services, and shall not require substantial additional public funding in order to meet the needs created by the creation of the proposed receiving area.
8. The proposed receiving area will provide setbacks from the heavy industrial district.
D. The applicant may be required by the board to mitigate the adverse effects of the proposed transfer of additional densities and other uses to the proposed receiving area, which may include, without limitation, entering into a development agreement with the county, contributions for additional capital improvements, ongoing maintenance, and labor costs. The plan for, timing of, and proposed phasing of the mitigation shall be in a form acceptable by the board. (Ord. 2011-01, 1-18-2011; Ord. 2006-06, 6-29-2006)