Before ordering any public improvement to be made, any part of the cost of which is to be defrayed by a special assessment to be levied upon the property deemed specially benefitted thereby, the City Council shall cause estimates of the cost thereof to be made and shall also, if deemed advisable, cause to be made plans of the work to be done and a plat of the locality to be improved, give notice thereof and of the proposed improvement, the district to be assessed and the time and place when the City Council will meet and consider any objections thereto, by publication of such notice, once in a newspaper published and circulated in the City of Flint at least ten (10) days prior to such hearing.
After receipt of such cost estimates, plans and plat, the City Council shall set a time and place for a hearing, at which time and place it will consider any objections to said project, and notice of said hearing shall be given to each owner of or party of interest in property proposed to be specially benefitted and assessed, whose names appear upon the last local tax assessment records, by mailing by first class mail, addressed to such owner or party at the address shown on the tax records, at least ten (10) days before the date of such hearing and by publication of such notice once in a newspaper published and circulated in the City of Flint at least ten days prior to such hearing.
(Ord. 2542, passed 1-26-1976; Ord. 2761, passed 2-25-1980)