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Mississippi Code Title 21. Municipalities § 21-33-29. Equalization;  notice

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Except as otherwise provided in Section 21-33-10, the governing authorities of every municipality shall, at a regular or special meeting to be held in September or October in each year (unless a different time be fixed by order), receive the assessment rolls of real and personal property from the assessor and shall proceed to change, correct, revise, and equalize said assessments in the same manner and with the same powers as is provided for the equalization of assessments by county boards of supervisors.  When the equalization has been completed, the governing authorities shall give ten (10) days' notice of the regular or special meeting at which objections to such assessments will be heard.  The Notice shall be given by publication at least one (1) time in a legal newspaper, if there be one published in the municipality, and if no such newspaper be published in the municipality, the notice shall be given by posting written notices thereof in five (5) or more public places in the municipality.

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