2006 New York Code - Notice.

    §  202. Notice. (A) Where a public hearing is required by this article
  the condemnor shall give notice to the public of the purpose,  time  and
  location  of  its  hearing  setting  forth  the proposed location of the
  public project including any proposed alternate locations, at least  ten
  but  no  more  than  thirty days prior to such public hearing by causing
  such notice to be published in at least five  successive  issues  of  an
  official  daily  newspaper  if  there  is one designated in the locality
  where the project will be situated  and  in  at  least  five  successive
  issues  of a daily newspaper of general circulation in such locality. If
  the official newspaper is one of general circulation in  such  locality,
  publication therein as specified shall be deemed sufficient compliance.
    (B) In the event that the only newspaper available in such locality is
  a  weekly  publication  the above described notice shall be published in
  such newspaper in at least two successive issues.
    (C) (1) The condemnor shall  serve,  either  by  personal  service  or
  certified mail, return receipt requested, a notice of the purpose, time,
  date,  and location of a public hearing required by this article to each
  assessment record billing owner or his or her attorney of record.
    (2) Such notice shall be served at least ten but no more  than  thirty
  days  prior to such public hearing. Such notice shall clearly state that
  those  property  owners  who  may   subsequently   wish   to   challenge
  condemnation of their property via judicial review may do so only on the
  basis of issues, facts, and objections raised at such hearing.
    (D)  Inadvertent  failure  to  notify  a person or persons entitled to
  notice under this section shall not be jurisdictional nor  construed  to
  affect the validity of any title acquired by a condemnor under this law.

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