(a) Such assessment roll and such schedule of damages shall be filed with the governing
body of the municipality, which shall open such roll and such schedule to the public
for a period of not less than ten (10) days.
(b) The governing body of the municipality shall set a date for a public hearing on
the assessments and damages and shall publish a notice of such public hearing in a
newspaper of general circulation within the municipality, and shall also mail a copy
of the notice to each property owner in the district as provided in § 7-84-304. The notice shall set out:
(1) A summary of the ordinance creating the central business improvement district;
(2) The fact that the assessments to pay for the improvements within such districts
have been prepared and are on public display, setting forth the dates and times when
they may be examined;
(3) The fact that damages have been set on all properties to be taken by the municipality
and on all property in some manner to be injured by the proposed improvements;
(4) Notice that an ordinance adopting such assessments and such damages will be passed
on final reading seven (7) days following the conclusion of the public hearing; and
(5) Notice of the date, time, and place of public hearing and that all objections
to the amount of the assessments levied or the damages awarded will be heard at such
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