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(a) The Department shall set a time and place for a hearing thereon for a date not to exceed 90 days from the date on which the complete application was received by the Department.
(b) Notice of time, place and purpose of the hearing on the application for a commemorative plaque on a public street or place shall be as follows:
(1) By mail, not less than 10 days prior to the date of the hearing, to the applicant(s).
(2) By mail, not less than 10 days prior to the date of the hearing, to the owners of all real property fronting the specific location and the owners of all real property on either side of the specific location requested for commemoration. The Department shall use the names and addresses of the owners as shown on the latest city- wide assessment roll in the office of the Tax Collector.
(3) By posting, not less than 10 days prior to the date of the hearing, in a public place near the specific location requested for commemoration.
(4) Such other notice as the Department shall deem appropriate.
(c) A record shall be kept of pertinent information presented at the hearing and such record shall be maintained as part of the permanent records of the Department. The Director of Public Works shall determine the instances in which applications scheduled for hearing may be continued. In such cases, new notice need not be given provided the date of any further hearing is announced at the previously scheduled hearing.
(Added by Ord. 149-96, App. 4/17/96)