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A. The City shall hold a public hearing prior to taking action on an ordinance levying the special assessment. The Director of Public Works shall present the Director of Public Works report to Council at the public hearing outlining all costs and applicable assessments.
B. Once the Director of Public Works has completed the Director of Public Works report and it is filed with the City Clerk, the Clerk shall set a hearing date. To give notice of the scheduled hearing, the Clerk shall publish in the official newspaper a notice that must contain:
(1) A statement containing the nature of the proposed work or improvement.
(2) A description of the general boundary lines of the proposed area to be assessed.
(3) The time and place where the report can be inspected and cost.
(4) The time and place at which interested parties, their agents or attorneys may appear to be heard concerning the proposed project.
C. Copy of the notice shall be mailed to every interested person whose post office address is known or can be ascertained with reasonable diligence at least 10 days prior to the hearing date. This includes all benefitted properties.