The district was looking at putting the issue on the May ballot, but the head of the Park and Rec District says too many people had too many questions to have an election that quickly.
Bob Schulz is the Director of the LaPine Park and Rec District.
"But as I heard from the public, we really decided to take a year and work with the groups that were going to be affected and develop more conversations and let people know what the election would mean to them once they're in place."
LaPine was looking at annexing the land between north of LaPine and Sunriver. These residents would be asked to approve 30 cents per thousand dollars of assessed value. For a 200-thosuand dollar home, people would be paying 60 dollars a year.
Schulz says they are now looking at putting the issue on the ballot in 2015.