NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

ORIGINALLY WRITTEN
First Published in the Hillsboro Free Press Digest, Thursday, May 17, 2001


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING


TO: The Owners of Property in the City of Hillsboro, Marion County, Kansas


You and each of you are hereby notified that the governing body of the City of Hillsboro, Kansas, will hold a public hearing at City Hall, 118 E. Grand, Hillsboro, Kansas, on Tuesday, June 5, 2001, at 4:00 p.m., for the purpose of receiving and hearing any and all complaints and objections to the proposed special assessments for improvements consisting of the construction of street, drainage, sanitary sewer and water improvements in the City, as heretofore authorized by duly adopted Resolutions of the City.


The total final costs of the respective improvements and the properties specifically to be assessed for said costs are as follows:


1.      The construction of Willow Glen Addition Sanitary Sewer Phase I Improvements as authorized by Resolution No. 98-12, duly adopted July 21, 1998, and published July 29, 1998, as amended by Resolution 98-26, duly adopted December 15, 1998, and published December 23, 1998, which have been completed at a total final cost of $139,465.95, Zero Percent (0%) of the entire cost is payable by the city-at-large and One Hundred Percent (100%) of the entire cost of which will be specifically assessed, equally per lot to Block 1, Lots 1-34 inclusive; and Block 2, Lots 1-5 inclusive, all in Willow Glen Addition, to the City of Hillsboro, Marion County, Kansas; and


2.      The construction of Willow Glen Addition Drainage Phase I Improvements as authorized by Resolution No. 98-13, duly adopted July 21, 1998, and published July 29, 1998, as amended by Resolution 98-19, duly adopted September 22, 1998, and published September 30, 1998, which have been completed at a total final cost of $69,905.36, Zero Percent (0%) of the entire cost is payable by the city-at-large and One Hundred Percent (100%) of the entire cost of which will be specifically assessed, equally per lot to Block 1, Lots 1-42 inclusive; and Block 2, Lots I7 inclusive, all in Willow Glen Addition, to the City of Hillsboro, Marion County, Kansas; and


3.      The construction of Willow Glen Additional Paving Phase I Improvements as authorized by Resolution No. 98-14, duly adopted July 21, 1998, and published July 29, 1998, as amended by Resolution 98-20, duly adopted September 22, 1998, and published September 30, 1998, which have been completed at a total final cost of $249,640.50, Zero Percent (0%) of the entire cost is payable by the city-at-large and One Hundred Percent (100%) of the entire cost of which will be specifically assessed, equally per lot to Block 1, Lots 1-26 inclusive; and Block 2, Lots 1-4 inclusive, all in Willow Glen Addition, to the City of Hillsboro, Marion County, Kansas; and


4.      The construction of Prairie Point Sanitary Sewer Improvements as authorized by Resolution No. 2000-11, duly adopted November 7, 2000, and published November 15, 2000, which have been completed at the total final cost of $261,749.49, Forty-eight and 87/100 Percent (48.87%) of the entire cost is payable by the city-at-large and Fifty-one and 13/100 Percent (51.13%) of the entire cost of which will be specifically assessed, equally per lot to Block 1, Lots 1-21 inclusive, all in Prairie Point Addition, to the City of Hillsboro, Marion County, Kansas; and


5.      The construction of Prairie Point Paving Improvements as authorized by Resolution No. 2000-12, duly adopted November 7, 2000, and published November 15, 2000, which have been completed at a total final cost of $200,081.14 Zero Percent (0%) of the entire cost is payable by the city-at-large and One Hundred Percent (100%) of the entire cost of which will be specifically assessed, equally per lot to Block 1, Lots 1-21 inclusive, all in Prairie Point Addition; Block 1, Lot 1, Cambrett Comers Addition; and Block A, Lot 2, First Southern Addition, to the City of Hillsboro, Marion County, Kansas;


The Certification of Total Final Costs and Assessment Roll for said improvements are on file in the Office of the City Clerk, and may be examined by any interested party. Anyone desiring to make any complaint or objection to the assessments set forth in the Assessment Roll, may appear and will be heard at the public hearing. After hearing and considering any and all written or oral complaints or objections to the various assessments, the respective amounts of each and all of the assessments shall be finally determined by the governing body and shall be levied by an ordinance of the City and property owners will have a 14-day period from and after the publication of such ordinance during which special assessments may be paid in cash before the assessments are placed on the tax rolls for collection in fifteen (15) annual installments of principal and interest.


The governing body has determined that the first tax levy for the unpaid special assessments shall be certified to the Marion County Clerk for inclusion on the November, 2001 tax statements.


By order of the governing body of the City of Hillsboro, Kansas, on May 15, 2001.


      /s/ Delores Dalke, Mayor


ATTEST:


/s/ Janice K. Meisinger, City Clerk


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