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A. This title may be amended from time to time by the city council; provided that no amendment may be made unless the amendment was proposed by the planning commission or first submitted to the planning commission for its recommendation.
B. Prior to proposing or recommending any change to this title, the planning commission shall hold a public hearing. Notice of the date, place and time of the first public hearing shall be:
1. Mailed to each affected entity at least ten (10) calendar days before the public hearing; and
a. In at least three (3) public locations within the city; or
b. On the city's official website; and
3. Published in a newspaper of general circulation in the city at least ten (10) calendar days before the first public hearing.
C. The above noticing policies are not intended to restrict the city council or the planning commission from providing additional noticing based on the particulars of the matter before them.
D. The city council may overrule the planning commission's recommendation by a majority vote of its members.
E. The city council shall consider each proposed amendment to this title recommended to it by the planning commission, and may adopt or reject the ordinance either as proposed by the planning commission or after making any revision the city council considers appropriate.
(Ord. 2005-67, 12-6-2005)