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(A) A notice of a public hearing required by state statute or county ordinance shall contain as a minimum the following information:
(1) The substance of the matter to be heard by the Commission and including the nature and request concerning the appeal, use, exception, or variance applied for, if any;
(2) General location, general description, and address of the property affected;
(3) Name of the person, agency, or entity initiating the matter to be heard;
(4) Time and place of the hearing;
(5) Statement that the petition may be examined at the Commission office;
(6) Statement that any person may offer verbal comments at the hearing or may file written comments prior to or at the hearing; and
(7) Any other information which may be required by law to be contained in the notice.
(B) All interested parties as defined by § 150.05 of this code must receive notice of any petition pending before the Commission. The applicant must provide the Commission proof of mailing of notice to all interested parties at the time the petition is presented for hearing.
(C) The applicant must also publish notice pursuant to I.C. 5-3-1 et seq. Publication must occur at least ten days prior to the meeting in which the petition is heard. At the time of hearing, the petitioner must provide an affidavit showing proof of publication.
(D) For the purpose of this subchapter, the notice requirements contained in the previous sections are the bare minimum necessary for the presentation of the petition of any matter to be heard before the Commission. In the event that any state statute, particularly I.C. 36-7-4 et seq., requires any other additional notice in addition to that provided by this subchapter, the petitioner shall comply with same.
(E) The names of the interested parties who are property owners to be notified are to be ascertained from the real estate tax records, as maintained by the County Assessor’s office.
(`88 Code, § 8-168) (Ord. 98-20, passed 11-10-98)