Vacation requests must comply with the following review and approval criteria, as applicable.
   (A)   The vacation is generally consistent with the County Land Resource Management Plan.
   (B)   The right-of-way is not expected to be used in the future or the county receives conveyance or dedication of substituted easements or rights-of-way appropriate to satisfy the continuing need.
   (C)   The vacation does not create an irregular right-of-way configuration that could create difficulty in the provision of services or installation of public improvements.
   (D)   The vacation serves the best interests of the county by removing maintenance or liability risks.
   (E)   The public benefits of the vacation request outweigh any adverse impacts of the vacation.
   (F)   The applicant will relocate, if necessary, any public facilities or utilities located within the right-of-way or easement and grant and/or obtain an easement for relocation of public facilities or utilities.
(Ord. passed 7-8-1970; Res. 09-167, passed 6-18-2009)