2016 Idaho Statutes
Title 67 - STATE GOVERNMENT AND STATE AFFAIRS
Chapter 65 - LOCAL LAND USE PLANNING
Section 67-6517 - FUTURE ACQUISITIONS MAP.
67-6517. Future acquisitions map. Upon the recommendation of the planning or planning and zoning commission each governing board may adopt, amend, or repeal a future acquisitions map in accordance with the notice and hearing procedures provided in section 67-6509, Idaho Code. The map shall designate land proposed for acquisition by a public agency for a maximum twenty (20) year period. Lands designated for acquisition may include land for:
(a) Streets, roads, other public ways, or transportation facilities proposed for construction or alteration;
(b) Proposed schools, airports, or other public buildings;
(c) Proposed parks or other open spaces; or
(d) Lands for other public purposes.
Upon receipt of a request for a permit as defined in this chapter, or a building permit as defined in a local ordinance, for a development on any lands designated upon the future acquisitions map, the zoning or planning and zoning commission or the governing board shall notify the public agency proposing to acquire the land. Within thirty (30) days of the date of that notice, the public agency may, in writing, request the commission or governing board to suspend consideration of the permit for sixty (60) days from the date of the request to allow the public agency to negotiate with the land owner to obtain an option to purchase the land, acquire the land, or institute condemnation proceedings as may be authorized in the Idaho Code. If the public agency fails to do so within the sixty (60) days, the commission or governing board shall resume consideration of the permit. Nothing in this chapter shall limit a governing board from adopting local ordinances as required or authorized which include lands on the future acquisitions map.
[67-6517, added I.C., sec. 67-6517, as added by 1975, ch. 188, sec. 2, p. 515; am. 1994, ch. 90, sec. 1, p. 206.]
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