2009 California Public Resources Code - Section 26569-26569.4 :: Article 2. Notice And HearingPUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
26569. Notice of the hearing on short notice set pursuant to Section 26568.3 shall be as follows: (a) Published notice shall be made pursuant to Section 6061 of the Government Code and shall be completed at least 10 days prior to the date of the hearing. Published notice shall include a copy of the petition described in Section 26568. 2. (b) Mailed notice shall be sent by first-class mail, with return receipt requested, and postmarked not less than 10 days preceding the date of the public hearing. A copy of the petition described in Section 26568.2 shall be attached to the notice. 26569.1. At any time no later than the time set for hearing, any owner of real property within the proposed district may file with the clerk, a written protest to the formation of the district. A written protest shall contain a description of the land by lot, tract, and map number and shall be signed by the owner. 26569.2. At the time set for hearing objections, the legislative body shall be presented with all objections made pursuant to Section 26568.1. 26569.3. If it appears at the hearing that the owners of more than one-third of the real property to be included within the proposed district object to the formation thereof, the proceedings for the formation of the district shall be abandoned. 26569.4. If a protest by the owners of more than one-third of the real property to be included in the district has not been filed, the legislative body may adopt a resolution ordering the improvements and the formation of the assessment district. If the legislative body proposes to levy an assessment, the notice, protest, and hearing procedures shall comply with Section 53753 of the Government Code.
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