§ 197.

PROCEEDINGS BY SUPERVISORS – DELAY, EXTENT OF – WORK ORDERED BY ORDINANCE

The Supervisors, if they do not deny such appeal, may by resolution delay further proceedings in relation to the proposed work for not more than one year from the date of the adoption of such resolution. Upon petition of the appellants the Supervisors may continue with the proceedings from time to time during said period of delay.

Upon expiration of the period of delay so fixed by the Supervisors, said Director may again recommend to the Supervisors that the proposed work be done and the proposed district be confirmed, and thereupon the Supervisors, after notice to the appellants as provided for in Section 196 of this Article, shall order the work to be done and the boundaries of the proposed district confirmed or may declare an abandonment of all proceedings theretofore had in the manner.

The ordering of any proposed work and confirmation of any proposed district shall be by ordinance.

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