If, in the judgment of the Board, varying benefits will be derived by the different parcels of real property lying within the assessment district, the district may be divided into zones according to benefits.
The district may be divided into as many zones, up to the total number of parcels of land in the district, as may be deemed proper, and each zone shall be composed of and include all of the lands within the district which will be benefited in like measure.
The Board shall also determine the apportionment of the sum to be raised each year by the levy and collection of the assessments in the district for the payments of the principal and interest of the bonds or for purposes of paying costs of capital replacement, maintenance and repair, which amount will be raised from the lands in each zone.
When the district is divided into zones, the resolution of intention shall so state, giving the method of apportionment to be used to determine the amounts to be raised from lands in each zone.
Each zone shall be designated by a different letter or number and shall be plainly shown on the map or plat of the assessment district filed in the office of the Clerk and referred to in the resolution of intention, either by separate boundaries, coloring or other convenient and graphic method, so that all persons interested may with accuracy ascertain within which zone any parcel of land is located.
It shall be sufficient, in all cases where the assessment district is to be divided into zones according to benefits, if the resolution of intention states the fact and refers to the plat or map for the boundaries and all details concerning the zones.
(Added by Ord. 225-81, App. 5/5/81)