North Carolina General Statutes § 153A-190 Preliminary resolution; contents

Whenever the board of commissioners decides to finance all or part of a proposed project by special assessments, it shall first adopt a preliminary assessment resolution containing the following:

(1)        A statement of intent to undertake the project;

(2)        A general description of the nature and location of the project;

(3)        A statement as to the proposed basis for making assessments,  which shall include a general description of the boundaries of the area benefited if the basis of assessment is either area or valuation;

(4)        A statement as to the percentage of the cost of the work that is to be specially assessed;

(5)        A statement as to which, if any, assessments shall be held in abeyance and for how long;

(6)        A statement as to the proposed terms of payment of the assessment; and

(7)        An order setting a time and place for a public hearing on all matters covered by the preliminary assessment resolution. The hearing shall be not earlier than three weeks and not later than 10 weeks from the day on which the preliminary resolution is adopted. (1963, c. 985, s. 1; 1965, c. 714; 1973, c. 822, s. 1.)

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