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    Sec. 37-56. Public Hearings on Applications.

     

    Sec. 37-56. Public hearings on applications.
     
    Within sixty (60) days after receipt of an application for a certificate, the city manager shall conduct a public hearing thereon, after giving at least fifteen (15) days' notice thereof, in writing, to the applicant and to holders of outstanding certificates. Such written notice shall be mailed to the applicant and to holders of outstanding certificates at the addresses as shown on the application and outstanding certificates. In addition to such written notice, due notice of such hearing shall be given to the general public by publishing, once each week for two (2) successive weeks immediately preceding the week in which the hearing will be held, in a daily newspaper published in the city, a notice of the time and place of such hearing. All applications filed within the sixty (60) day period and prior to the issuance of the notice fixing the date of such hearing shall be considered at the same time, together with the recommendations of the city manager relative thereto. Any interested person may appear in support of or in opposition to the application for a certificate. (Tax Code 1959, § 31-38)
     
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