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File #: 20-0523    Version: 1 Name: 5/4/20 Resolution No. 4 Confirming the Nixon and Traver Sidewalk Gap Project, District 56
Type: Resolution/Public Hearing Status: Held in Council
File created: 5/4/2020 In control: City Council
On agenda: 12/7/2020 Final action:
Enactment date: 5/4/2020 Enactment #: R-20-163
Title: Resolution No. 4 - Confirming the Nixon and Traver Sidewalk Gap Project, District 56 (8 Votes Required)
Attachments: 1. SAD 56 NixonTraver Resol 4 Cost Attachment.pdf, 2. Nixon Sidewalk Objections.pdf
Title
Resolution No. 4 - Confirming the Nixon and Traver Sidewalk Gap Project, District 56 (8 Votes Required)
Memorandum
Attached and recommended for approval is Resolution 4 confirming the Special Assessment Roll for the Nixon and Traver Special Assessment District No. 56, File No. 20-0261

An administrative hearing explaining the project to property owners was held. Included in the discussions were cost estimates, property assessments and the work schedule. Resolution No. 1 was adopted on October 7, 2019. Resolution No. 2 establishing the estimated cost of the project, the estimated project revenue sources and directing the preparation of the special assessment roll was adopted by Council on March 16, 2020. Resolution No. 3, which passed on April 6, 2020, scheduled the Public Hearing for May 4, 2020.

Per City ordinance, it is recommended that property special assessments up to $1,200.00 be billed in one installment. Property special assessments over $1,200 shall be divided into equal installments as indicated in Chapter 12, subsection 1:275(2).
Staff
Prepared by: Jerry Markey, City Assessor
Reviewed by: Betsy Blake, Senior Assistant City Attorney
Matthew V. Horning, Interim Financial Services Area Administrator
and CFO
Approved by: Tom Crawford, Interim City Administrator
Body
Whereas, City Council, after due and legal notice, has met for the purpose of reviewing the Special Assessment Roll, which is attached hereto;

Whereas, The City Council had directed the City Assessor to prepare a Special Assessment Roll for the purpose of defraying that part of the City's cost of the following described public improvement: the Nixon and Traver Special Assessment District No. 56, File No. 20-0261;

Whereas, The City received written objections to the proposed improvement (attached hereto) by individuals who appear to bear over 50% of the special assessment amount;

Whereas, City Council has heard all persons interested in the necessity of the improvement or...

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