Unless the power to proceed shall have ceased at the conclusion of the hearing on
the proposed improvement because of a majority protest, at any time before completion
of the improvement proceedings, the legislative body may make changes in, to or from
the boundaries of the proposed assessment district, the improvement ordered to be
made or acquired, the assessment (including the amounts of any of the individual assessments
therein), or in the proceedings, or any act, determination or provision made, or permitted
to be made, by the legislative body under and pursuant to this division, which act,
determination or provision does not affect the jurisdiction of the legislative body
to order the improvement. The legislative body shall not change the boundaries to include any territory which
will not, in its judgment, be benefited by the improvement.
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