A. Notice. Notice of the hearing regarding the improvement resolution shall be given at least 30 days prior to the scheduled date of the hearing.
B. Method of Delivering Notice. Notice shall be made by publication in a newspaper of general circulation within the City and by mailing copies of the notice by first class mail to the owners of lots affected by the improvement.
C. Content of Notice.
1. The notice shall contain:
a. A general description of the proposed improvement;
b. A description or map of the local improvement district to be created;
c. A description of the property to be specifically benefited by the improvement; and
d. The date, time and place of the hearing when the council will hear and consider objections or responses to the improvement.
e. A statement that if two-thirds of the property owners to be benefited object to the improvement, the improvement will be suspended for six months.
f. A clear explanation on how and where property owners may object to the improvement.
g. The amount of the estimated assessment proposed on each particular property.
h. Any other information the council may direct to be included.
D. Effect of Failure of Notice. Any mistake, error, omission or failure with respect to a good faith mailing of any notice shall not be jurisdictional or invalidate the improvement proceedings. (Ord. 2976, added, 01/06/2009)