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Section 9-204 Notices and Hearing.

The Council may approve the initial report of the City Engineer by resolution, or make changes therein, and declare its intention to make such change of grade, stating the location and nature of the proposed grade change. The Auditor shall publish in five (5) successive publications of the City official newspaper notice of the proposed change of grade, setting forth the nature of the proposed change, the time within which objections against such proposed change of grade and claim for damages may be filed in writing with the City official designated by ordinance, and the time when said matter and objections will be heard by the Council. Objections and claims for damages may be filed within twenty (20) days from the first publication of the notice. The time for hearing shall be the next regular meeting of the Council following said twenty (20) days. Within five (5) days from first publication of the notice, the City Engineer shall cause to be posted on the street or streets affected by the proposed change of grade, a notice headed, "Notice of Change of Grade," containing a legible copy of the notice published. One of such notices shall be posted at or near each street intersection where the proposed change of grade is to be made. If no intersection is affected by the change of grade then the posting of one notice at or near the intersection closest to the maximum point of change of grade shall be sufficient. The City Engineer shall maintain in the project file an affidavit of posting stating the date when and the places where the notices were posted. The Auditor also shall send notice to the persons named as owners of the property within the affected area designated in the Engineer's report as adopted by the Council. If the address of any named owner is unknown and if that person has an agent whose name and address is known,, notice shall be mailed to that agent; otherwise it shall be mailed to the named owner addressed at Portland, Oregon. However, failure of any such person or the true owner to receive the mailed notice shall not invalidate the proceedings. [Nov. 7, 1922, new sec. 259; 1928 pub., sec. 259; 1942 recod., sec. 9-204; am. Nov. 8, 1966; am. Nov. 3, 1992.]