§ 266.

PROTESTS-DECISION OF DIRECTOR

At any time before the day fixed in said order of the Director for action thereon by the Director, any owner of, or person interested in, property liable to be assessed for the proposed maintenance district or the duly authorized representative of such owner, or other person, in his behalf, may make written protest against the proposed maintenance district, or to the extent of the district to be assessed therefor, or to the benefit formula proposed to be applied, or to more than one of the foregoing, or make any other protest with regard thereto. Such protest must be in writing, must contain a description of the property in which each signer thereof is interested, sufficient to identify the same, must set forth the nature of his interest therein, and must be delivered to the Department of Public Works of the City and County, the Secretary or a clerk of which shall endorse thereon the date of receipt thereof. No other protests or objections shall be considered by the Director, except oral protests made at the time at which the Director conducts the hearing mentioned in his order. At the time set for hearing protests the Director may publicly postpone action on his order from time to time, and all persons interested shall be deemed to have notice of such postponement and shall be governed thereby. The decision of the Director on all such protests shall be final and conclusive except in case of appeal to the Board as in this Article hereinafter provided for.

History

(Amended by Ord. 91-81, App. 2/20/81)

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