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When an application requires notice of public hearing to be given, notice shall be given in all of the following ways:
(A) Notice of the hearing shall be mailed or delivered at least ten days prior to the hearing to the owner of the subject real property or the owner's duly authorized agent, and to the project applicant.
(B) Notice of the hearing shall be mailed or delivered at least ten days prior to the hearing to each local agency expected to provide water, sewage, streets, roads, schools, or other essential facilities or services to the project, whose ability to provide those facilities and services may be significantly affected.
(C) Notice of the hearing shall be mailed or delivered at least ten days prior to the hearing to all owners of real property as shown on the latest equalized assessment roll within 300 feet of the real property that is the subject of the hearing. In lieu of utilizing the assessment roll, the city may utilize records of the County Assessor or Tax Collector which contain more recent information than the assessment roll. If the number of owners to whom notice would be mailed or delivered pursuant to this division (C) or division (A) of this section is greater than 1,000, a local agency, in lieu of mailed or delivered notice, may provide notice by placing a display advertisement of at least one-eighth page in at least one newspaper of general circulation within the local agency in which the proceeding is conducted.
(D) If the notice is mailed or delivered pursuant to division (C), the notice shall also either be:
(1) Published in at least one newspaper of general circulation within the city which is conducting the proceeding at least ten days prior to the hearing;
(2) Posted at least ten days prior to the hearing in at least three public places within the boundaries of the city, including one public place in the area directly affected by the proceeding.
(E) Notice of hearing in residential zones shall also be given in the following manner:
(1) For all residential zones (except as noted), the properties fronting the street upon which the subject property is located up to the intersecting streets shall be notified.
(2) In the RF zone, owners of real property within 500 feet of the real property that is the subject of the hearing shall be notified.
(`83 Code, § 17.52.320) (Ord. 94-03 § 6, 1994)