Upon receipt of a complete application, including accompanying documents and the application fee, the city clerk shall with due diligence transmit the same to the city council and the city clerk at that time shall request the city council to set a time and date for a public hearing. The city council shall set the application for a public hearing at a regular meeting of the city council, not more than thirty (30) days thereafter. The city clerk shall thereupon give not less than ten (10) days' written notice thereof to the applicant by mail, postage prepaid, to the address set forth in the application. The city clerk shall also give written notice of the hearing and copies of the application to the police chief, the county health officer, the director of public works, the city attorney and the planning director who shall investigate the matter and report in writing to the city council not later than the time set for the hearing, with appropriate recommendations concerning the activity. At said hearing the applicant shall have the right to testify and to present other evidence. The city clerk shall also serve notice of the time and place of such hearing by publishing once in a newspaper of general circulation published in the city of Placerville, county of El Dorado, state of California, at least ten (10) days before said hearing, and shall also, not less than ten (10) days before such hearing, send written notice by mail of the time and place of hearing to all persons whose names and addresses appear upon the latest available assessment roll of the county as owning property within five hundred feet (500') of the exterior boundaries of the proposed use. (Ord. 1001, 4-27-1971)