Upon receipt of the reassessment the legislative body shall fix a time and place when
any and all persons objecting to the proposed reassessment may be heard. Such time must be at least 20 days after the reassessment has been presented. The clerk shall then advertise the time of such hearing before the legislative body
by publishing a notice in the newspaper in which the notice of award of contract for
the work for which the assessment was made was published, unless the legislative body
directs publication in some other newspaper.
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