2006 New York Code - Conduct Of The Public Hearing.
§ 203. Conduct of the public hearing. At the public hearing the condemnor shall outline the purpose, proposed location or alternate locations of the public project and any other information it considers pertinent, including maps and property descriptions of the property to be acquired and adjacent parcels. Thereafter, any person in attendance shall be given a reasonable opportunity to present an oral or written statement and to submit other documents concerning the proposed public project. A record of the hearing shall be kept, including written statements submitted. Copies of such record shall be available to the public for examination without cost during normal business hours at the condemnor's principal office and the office of the clerk or register of the county in which the property proposed to be acquired is located. Copies shall be reproduced upon written request and payment of the cost thereof. Further adjourned hearings may be scheduled.
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