§ 150.54  APPORTIONMENT OF LOCAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT ASSESSMENTS.
   The city shall apportion a local improvement district assessment imposed upon a single tract or parcel of real property among all the parcels formed from a subsequent partition or other division of that tract or parcel provided that the following conditions are met:
   (A)   The subsequent partition or division is in accordance with ORS 92.010 to 92.160 and is consistent with all applicable comprehensive plans as acknowledged by the State Land Conservation and Development Commission;
   (B)   The proportionate distribution of the local improvement district assessment authorizes may be made whenever the local improvement district assessment remains wholly or partially unpaid, and full payment or installment payment is not due;
   (C)   The city has been requested to make the local improvement district assessment by an owner, mortgage, or lien holder of a parcel or real property that was formed from the partition or other division of the larger tract of real property against which the local improvement district was originally levied:
      (1)   The city shall not apportion the local improvement district assessment unless the applicant files a true copy of the deed, mortgage, or instrument evidencing the applicant’s ownership or other interest in the parcel, or, the applicant supplies the city with the recording data necessary for the city to find the deed, mortgage, or other instrument evidencing the applicant’s ownership or other interest in the parcel in the County Deed Records; and
      (2)   Any and all local improvement district assessments made by the city pursuant to this chapter shall be in the form of an ordinance of the city and shall contain the following information at a minimum:
         (a)   The description of each parcel of real property affected by the apportionment;
         (b)   The amount of the assessment to be levied against each parcel; and
         (c)   The owner of the parcel.
   (D)   A copy of the ordinance apportioning a local improvement district assessment shall be filed with the City Recorder who shall make the necessary changes or entries in the city’s lien docket; and
   (E)   Each applicant for apportionment of an LID assessment shall pay a fee as established by the city before the city will begin the local improvement district assessment apportionment process.
(Ord. 333-99, passed 12-14-1998)