(a) Within sixty (60) days after the adoption and approval of the fifth annual budget for any self-help business improvement district, the board of directors of the district management corporation shall set a hearing to determine whether the district should be continued, modified, or terminated. At least twenty (20) days before the hearing, notice of the date, place and time of such hearing shall be posted in at least three (3) places within the district and mailed to each real property owner who paid assessments to the district during the previous year as certified by an officer of the district management corporation collecting such assessments.
(b) Whenever a petition is presented to the board of directors of the district management corporation signed by real property owners in the district which paid twenty-five percent (25%) or more of the assessments paid in the district during the last fiscal year for which assessments were collected, the board of directors of the district management corporation shall set a public hearing as provided for in subsection (a) above.
(c) After a hearing, the board of directors of the district management corporation shall adopt a resolution approving the continuation of the district, modifying the district or the services rendered thereby, or the assessments levied, or terminating the district as of the end of the fiscal year during which the hearing is held.
(d) If it should be demonstrated at any hearing held under this section that the owners of real property which either (1) pay one-third ( 1/3 ) or more of the assessments levied in the district during the last fiscal year for which assessments were collected, or (2) represent one-third ( 1/3 ) or more (by number) of all parcels of real property located within the geographical area of the district object to the continuation of the district, the district shall be terminated as of the end of the fiscal year next following the hearing.
Last modified: May 3, 2021