The Omaha City Council Tuesday approved most of the mayor’s annexation package Tuesday. The Miracle Hill property is the only one not included in the original list.
The areas that were annexed are as follows:
Riverside Hills, Near 222nd & Pacific
Brookhaven, South of 108th & Q
Turtle Creek, South of 96th & Q
Harper Valley, South of 48th & Q
Eagle Run II, South of 144th & Maple
Cambridge Estates, 168th & Pacific
Woodbridge, North of 72nd & Crown Point
Mission Park, South of 168th & Q
Baywood, North of 180th & F
Linden Estates (2nd addition), North of Dodge - 132nd to 144th
Pacific Springs, North of 160th & Pacific
Skyline Meadows, Near 222nd & West Dodge
Arbor Oaks, Northwest of 144th & Maple
60th and Harrison
Southwestern Plaza, South of 144th & F
Altech Business Park, North of 144th & F
I-80 Business Park, Near 115th, South of Q
Blondo 108th Business Park, 108th & Blondo
The annexed areas will be taken over by the city effective September 3.
The mayor’s office released a statement after the annexation vote. Mayor Jean Stothert is quoted as follows:
“The annexation package passed by the City Council today addresses most of my goals, but not all; eliminate areas or neighborhoods that are surrounded by the city; no additional costs for police and fire protection and does not include areas with street projects currently under contract.
“The Council did not support annexing Miracle Hill Golf Course or an area of ag land northeast of 60th and Harrison.
“Miracle Hill has avoided annexation several times over the last 15 years. The owner’s argument against annexation is potential redevelopment of the site. My sincere hope is we can work with the owner to get this property into the city next year, if it is not redeveloped.
“The homeowners and businesses in the areas annexed today can expect quality customer service from all city departments.”