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(a) Signs. Signs shall be posted on the affected property for a continuous period of ten days prior to any public hearing held by the board of adjustment. The signs shall be furnished by the department of planning and building services and posted by the applicant in the numbers and locations prescribed by the director, but in no case less than two signs. The signs shall be located in a conspicuous place. Before any action can be taken by the board, the applicant shall first file with planning and building services a certificate verifying that the signs have been posted at the proper location before the time specified in this section.
(b) Written notice. Letters shall be sent by the city to abutting property owners, marked as contiguous properties including those abutting properties separated by public right-of-way. The letters shall be postmarked ten days prior to the hearing and state the date, time, and location of the public hearing.
(c) Publication. The public hearing date, time, and location shall be published at least ten days in advance of the hearing in a legal newspaper of the community.
(d) Failure to provide notice. Failure to provide actual notice to each person so entitled shall not render any proceeding hereunder invalid, provided that the applicant or the city substantially complies with the requisite published legal newspaper notice, public notice and hearing requirements of this chapter.
(1992 Code, App. B, § 15.63.060) (Ord. 42-83, passed 6-27-1983; Ord. 43-86, passed 5-19-1986; Ord. 7-12, passed 2-6-2012; Ord. 9-13, passed 3-19-2013 ; Ord. 16-21, passed 2-2-2021 )