(A)   Upon the completion of any improvement hereunder, the City Commission shall cause to be prepared a roll or list to be called the assessment list, showing the improvement number, the number of the assessment lien, a description of each lot or parcel of land proposed to be assessed against each lot or parcel of land, and the name of each other as shown on the city tax roll or records.
   (B)   The list shall be a public record constituting notice to the public of the lien against the land so assessed, and no other record or notice thereof shall be necessary to any person or corporation for that purpose. No errors, omissions, or mistakes in regard to description of property shall be held to invalidate any assessment appearing upon the assessment list, where the description given is sufficient to identify the property. After the completion of the assessment list, it shall be delivered to the City Clerk, who shall thereupon give notice by publication once a week for two weeks in some newspaper of general circulation in the municipality that the assessment list has been delivered to him and is open for inspection at his office, and that at the time and place therein mentioned, not less than 15 days from the first publication, the City Commissioners will meet to hear and determine any objections or defenses that may be filed to the assessment or the amount thereof. The notice shall state the number of the improvement, the general character of the work which has been performed, the name by which the improvement is generally known, and the location in which the improvement has been constructed.
(Special Acts, Ch. 57-1754, § 192) ('58 Code, § 45.139)