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2023-A (131 acres) – Agricultural Non-Annexation agreements approved in 2016 

Land covered under an Agricultural Development Agreement signed by the landowner in 2016 which is now eligible for voluntary annexation.

  • A1. Being approximately 42.31 acres of land in the of land in the W.E. Sullivan Survey, Abstract No. 490, and the M.L. Swing Survey, Abstract No. 500, Kaufman County,
  • Texas.
  • A2. Being approximately 45.94 acres of land in the W.E. Sullivan Survey, Abstract No.490, Kaufman County, Texas.
  • A3. Being approximately 15.29 acres of land in the W.E. Sullivan Survey, Abstract No.490, Kaufman County, Texas.
  • A4. Being 62.20 acres of land in the L.H. Adams Survey, Abstract No. 7, Kaufman County, Texas.
  • A5. Being approximately 61.82 acres of land in the L.H. Adams Survey, Abstract No. 7, Kaufman County, Texas.
  • A6. Being approximately 6.98 acres of land in the T.F. Smith Survey, Abstract No. 493, Kaufman County, Texas.

2023-B (11.03 acres) – Agricultural non-annexation agreements approved in 2017

Land covered under an Agricultural Development Agreement signed by the landowner in 2017 which is now eligible for voluntary annexation. Being approximately 11.03 acres of land in the W.M. McMurry Survey, Abstract 348, and the A.J. Butts Survey, Abstract 62, Kaufman County, Texas.

2023C (+/-846.72 acres) – Agricultural non-annexation agreements approved in 2019 which is now eligible for voluntary annexation.

  • C1. Being approximately 151.38 acres of land in the L. H. Adams Survey, Abstract No.7, Kaufman County, Texas.
  •  C2. Being approximately 57.58 acres of land in the W. M. McMurry Survey, Abstract No. 348, the A. J. Paschal Survey, Abstract No. 396 and the A. J. Butts Survey, Abstract No. 62, Kaufman County, Texas.
  • C3. Being approximately 503.53 acres of land in the R. Mead Survey, Abstract No. 306 and the S. King Survey, Abstract No. 271, the A. J. Butts Survey, Abstract No. 62, the A.J. Paschall Survey, Abstract No. 396, the J. H. Hamilton Survey, Abstract No. 207 and the A. J. Seitz Survey, Abstract No. 484, Kaufman County, Texas.
  • C4. Being approximately 134.23 acres of land in the Ransom Sowell Survey, Abstract No. 443 Kaufman County, Texas.

 2023 D – (+/-572.555 acres) Situated west of FM 986 across from Terrell High School, historically referenced to as Whitt Ranch. Ordinance 2682 2016

2023-E  (+/- 1,172.72 acres) An area along SH 34 North of the Police Headquarters including land along North Frances and CR 318 but excluding CR 319.

2023-F (+/- 1,602.62 acres) An area south of UPRR and East of FM 429 including both sides of CR309.

2023-G  (+/-356.63 acres) An area south of IH 20 and east of Trinity Valley Community College, and including parts of CR 138, CR 136 and CR 136A.

2023-H (+/- 332.75 acres) The agricultural land area between the City of Oakridge and the City of Terrell along SH 34 South of IH 20.

2023-I ( +/- 203.89 acres) An area west of CR 301 including the Bachelor Creek floodplain south of IH 20.

2023-J (Approximately +/- 530.5415 acres) An area south of IH 20 including properties along CR304 north of CR 305, all of CR 303, and the land area along FM 2578 north of CR 303.

2023-L (+/- 79.930 acres) Properties along the southern dead end of CR 329

2023-M (+/- 99.17 acres) An area west of the corner of Griffith and SH 205 with no residential properties.

2023-N (+/- 499.35 acres) Both sides of the SH 205 corridor from the existing city limits to approximately one mile north to the current city ETJ.

2023-O (+/- 8.3671 acres) A single residence located on FM 986 approximately across the street from the city water tower.

2023-P (+/-961.02 acres) This is a portion of Lamar Ranch from US 80 to FM 429.

Note: There is no 2023-K