Proposed Code Changes to Public Hearings and Notification

This is the revision of the original code changes proposed by AB Staff:

New Section 24-51 is hereby adopted to read as follows:


Sec. 24-51. - Public hearings and required notice.


(a) Except as provided in Subsection (c) herein, ordinances that amend the text of the
adopted Comprehensive Plan.


(1) Public hearings. The Community Development Board shall hold one (1) advertised
public hearing and the City Commission shall hold two (2) advertised public
hearings on proposed ordinances that amend the text of the adopted Comprehensive
Plan.


The first public hearing at City Commission shall be held at the transmittal stage,
prior to the transmittal of the proposed amendment to the state planning agency
pursuant to F.S. § 163.3184. The second public hearing at City Commission shall
be held at the adoption stage, within one hundred eighty (180) calendar days of
receipt of any comments from the state planning agency, unless such time frame is
extended pursuant to F.S. § 163.3184. Should the second public hearing at City
Commission not be timely held, the amendment application shall be deemed
withdrawn pursuant to F.S. § 163.3284., F.S. All public hearings shall be held on
a weekday.


(2) Notice. All notices regarding ordinances that amend the text of the adopted
Comprehensive Plan, shall comply with the requirements of F.S. § 163.3184 and §
166.041, unless otherwise specified herein.
a. Published notice. At least seven ten (10) calendar days prior to public
hearing the City Clerk or their designee shall have published an advertisement giving notice of the
public hearing in accordance with Chapter 166, Florida Statutes.


The required advertisement shall be one-quarter (1/4) page in a standard size or
a tabloid size newspaper, and the headline in advertisement shall be in a type
no smaller than eighteen (18) point. The advertisement shall not be placed in
that portion of the newspaper where legal notices and classified advertisements
appear. The notice shall be published in a newspaper of general circulation in
the city. The notice shall state the date, time, place of the meeting, and the place
or places within the city where the proposed ordinances may be inspected by
the public. The notice shall also advise that interested parties may appear at the
meeting and be heard with respect to the proposed ordinance.
b. Advertisements for ordinances that amend the text of the adopted
Comprehensive Plan shall be in substantially the following form:

NOTICE OF COMPREHENSIVE PLAN TEXT CHANGE


The City of Atlantic Beach proposes to adopt the following Ordinance
(title of the ordinance).
A public hearing on the ordinance will be held on (date and time) at
(meeting place



(b) Except as provided in Subsection (c) herein, ordinances that amend the Future Land
Use Map series of the adopted Comprehensive Plan.


(1) Public hearings. The Community Development Board shall hold one (1) advertised
public hearing and the City Commission shall hold two (2) advertised public
hearings on proposed ordinances that amend the Future Land Use Map series of the
adopted Comprehensive Plan.


The first public hearing at City Commission shall be held at the transmittal stage,
prior to the transmittal of the proposed amendment to the state planning agency
pursuant to F.S. § 163.3184. The second public hearing at City Commission shall
be held at the adoption stage, within one hundred eighty (180) calendar days of
receipt of any comments from the state planning agency pursuant to F.S. §
163.3184. All public hearings shall be held on a weekday.


(2) Notice. All notices regarding ordinances that amend the Future Land Use Map
series of the adopted Comprehensive Plan, shall be as required by F.S. § 163.3184
and § 166.041, unless otherwise specified herein.


a. Published notice. At least  ten (10) calendar days prior to the each public
hearing  the City Clerk or their designee shall have published an advertisement giving notice of the
public hearing.


The required advertisement shall be one-quarter (1/4) page in a standard size or
a tabloid size newspaper, and the headline in advertisement shall be in a type
no smaller than eighteen (18) point. The advertisement shall not be placed in
that portion of the newspaper where legal notices and classified advertisements
appear. The notice shall be published in a newspaper of general circulation in
the city. The notice shall state the date, time, place of the meeting, and the place
or places within the city where the proposed ordinances may be inspected by
the public. The notice shall also advise that interested parties may appear at the
meeting and be heard with respect to the proposed ordinance.


b. Advertisements for ordinances that amend the Future Land Use Map series
of the adopted Comprehensive Plan shall be in substantially the following
form:


NOTICE OF FUTURE LAND USE MAP CHANGE
The City of Atlantic Beach proposes to adopt the following Ordinance
(title of the ordinance).
A public hearing on the ordinance will be held on (date and time) at
(meeting place).


The advertisement shall contain a geographic location map which clearly
indicates the area covered by the proposed ordinance. The map shall include
major street names as a means of identification of the general area. In addition
to being published in the newspaper, the maps must be part of the online notice
required pursuant to F.S. § 50.0211.


(c) Ordinances for small-scale Comprehensive Plan amendments that amend the Future
Land Use Map series and related text amendments.

For site specific Future Land Use Map amendments involving the use of ten (10) acres
or less and text changes that relate directly to, and are adopted simultaneously with, the
small scale Future Land Use Map amendment, the following public hearing and notice
requirements shall apply:


(1) Public Hearing . The Community Development Board and the City Commission shall each hold one (1)
advertised public hearing which shall be the adoption hearing as required by F.S. §
163.3187 and § 166.041. All public hearings shall be held on a weekday.


(2)  Notice. All notices regarding ordinances that amend the Future Land
Use Map series of the adopted Comprehensive Plan, shall be as required by F.S. §
163.3187 and § 166.041, unless otherwise specified herein.


a. Published Notice. At least  ten (10) calendar days prior to each public
hearing  the City Clerk or their designee shall
have published an advertisement giving notice of the public hearing. 


The required advertisement shall be one-quarter (1/4) page in a standard size or
a tabloid size newspaper, and the headline in advertisement shall be in a type
no smaller than eighteen (18) point. The advertisement shall not be placed in
that portion of the newspaper where legal notices and classified advertisements
appear. The notice shall be published in a newspaper of general circulation in
the city. The notice shall state the date, time, place of the meeting, and the place
or places within the city where the proposed ordinances may be inspected by
the public. The notice shall also advise that interested parties may appear at the
meeting and be heard with respect to the proposed ordinance.
Advertisements for ordinances for small-scale Comprehensive Plan
amendments that amend the Future Land Use Map series and related text
amendments shall be in substantially the following form:


NOTICE OF SMALL SCALE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
AMENDMENT


The City of Atlantic Beach proposes to adopt the following ordinance
(title of Ordinance).
A public hearing on the ordinance shall be held on (date and /time) at
(meeting place).


The advertisement shall contain a geographic location map which clearly
indicates the area covered by the proposed ordinance. and The map shall
include major street names as a means of identification of the general area. In
addition to being published in the newspaper, the maps must be part of the
online notice required pursuant to F.S. § 50.0211.


b. Mailed notice. At least fourteen (14) calendar days prior to the first public
hearing, each real property owner whose land is within three hundred (300) feet
of the subject parcel(s) and whose address is known by reference to the latest
ad velorem tax records shall be notified by mail. The notice shall state the date,
time, place of the public hearing; and the place or places within the city where
the application may be inspected by the public. The notice shall also advise that
interested parties may appear at the meeting and be heard regarding the
application. A copy of the notice shall be kept available for public inspection
during the regular business hours of the office of the City Clerk.


c. Posted notice. At least fourteen (14) calendar days prior to each public hearing,
a sign identifying the request, including date, time and place of the public
hearing, shall be posted on the subject parcel. Such sign shall be erected in full
view of the public street on each street side of the land subject to the application.
Where the property subject to the request does not have frontage on a public
street, a sign shall be erected at the nearest public right-of-way with an attached
notation indicating the general direction and distance to the land subject to the
application. Sign(s) shall be removed after a decision is rendered on the
application. The failure of any such posted notice sign to remain in place after
the notice has been posted shall not be deemed a failure to comply with this
requirement, nor shall it be grounds to challenge the validity of any decision
made by the Community Development Board or the City Commission.


(d) Ordinances that change the text of the Land Development Regulations, other than those
that revise the actual list of permitted, conditional or prohibited uses within a zoning
category; 


(1) Public hearings. The Community Development Board and the City Commission
shall each hold one (1) advertised public hearing on proposed ordinances that
change the text of the Land Development Regulations, other than those that revise
the actual list of permitted, conditional or prohibited uses within a zoning category;

(2) Notice. All notices regarding ordinances that change the text of the Land
Development Regulations, other than those that revise the actual list of permitted,
conditional or prohibited uses within a zoning category;shall be in accordance with F.S. § 166.041, unless
otherwise specified herein.


a. Published notice. At least ten (10) calendar days prior to the each public
hearing, the City Clerk or their designee shall have published an advertisement
giving notice of the public hearing.

The required advertisement shall be one-quarter (1/4) page in a standard size or
a tabloid size newspaper, and the headline in advertisement shall be in a type
no smaller than eighteen (18) point. The advertisement shall not be placed in
that portion of the newspaper where legal notices and classified advertisements
appear. The notice shall be published in a newspaper of general circulation in
the city. The notice shall state the date, time, place of the meeting, and the place
or places within the city where the proposed ordinances may be inspected by
the public. The notice shall also advise that interested parties may appear at the
meeting and be heard with respect to the proposed ordinance.


Advertisements for ordinances that change the text of the Land Development
Regulations, other than those that revise the actual list of permitted, conditional
or prohibited uses within a zoning category shall be in substantially the
following form:


NOTICE OF LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS TEXT
CHANGE

The City of Atlantic Beach proposes to adopt the following Ordinance
(title of the ordinance).


A public hearing on the ordinance will be held on (date and time) at
(meeting place).


(e) Ordinances initiated by an applicant other than the City to change the actual Official
Zoning Map designation of a parcel or parcels.


(1) Public hearings. The Community Development Board and the City Commission
shall each hold one (1) advertised public hearing on proposed ordinances initiated
by an applicant other than the City to change the actual Official Zoning Map
designation of a parcel or parcels.


(2) Notice. All notices regarding ordinances initiated by an applicant other than the
City to change the actual Official Zoning Map designation of a parcel or parcels,
shall be in accordance with F.S. § 166.041, unless otherwise specified herein.
a. Published notice. At least ten (10) calendar days prior to each public hearing,
the City Clerk or their designee shall have published an advertisement giving
notice of the public hearing.


The required advertisement shall be one-quarter (1/4) page in a standard size or
a tabloid size newspaper, and the headline in advertisement shall be in a type
no smaller than eighteen (18) point. The advertisement shall not be placed in
that portion of the newspaper where legal notices and classified advertisements
appear. The notice shall be published in a newspaper of general circulation in
the city. The notice shall state the date, time, place of the meeting, and the place
or places within the city where the proposed ordinances may be inspected by
the public. The notice shall also advise that interested parties may appear at the
meeting and be heard with respect to the proposed ordinance.
Advertisements for ordinances initiated by an applicant other than the City to
change the actual Official Zoning Map designation of a parcel or parcels shall
be in substantially the following form:


NOTICE OF ZONING MAP CHANGE


The City of Atlantic Beach proposes to adopt the following Ordinance
(title of the ordinance).


A public hearing on the ordinance will be held on (date and time) at
(meeting place)


The advertisement shall contain a geographic location map which clearly
indicates the area covered by the proposed ordinance. The map shall include
major street names as a means of identification of the general area. In addition
to being published in the newspaper, the maps must be part of the online notice
required pursuant to F.S. § 50.0211.


b. Mailed notice. At least fourteen (14) calendar days prior to the first public
hearing, each real property owner whose land is within three hundred (300) feet
of the subject parcel(s) and whose address is known by reference to the latest
ad velorem tax records shall be notified by mail. The notice shall state the date,
time, place of the public hearing; and the place or places within the city where
the application may be inspected by the public. The notice shall also advise that
interested parties may appear at the meeting and be heard regarding the
application. A copy of the notice shall be kept available for public inspection
during the regular business hours of the office of the City Clerk.


c. Posted notice. At least fourteen (14) calendar days prior to each public hearing,
a sign identifying the request, including date, time and place of the public
hearing, shall be posted on the subject parcel. Such sign shall be erected in full
view of the public street on each street side of the land subject to the application.
Where the property subject to the request does not have frontage on a public
street, a sign shall be erected at the nearest public right-of-way with an attached
notation indicating the general direction and distance to the land subject to the
application. Sign(s) shall be removed after a decision is rendered on the
application. The failure of any such posted notice sign to remain in place after
the notice has been posted shall not be deemed a failure to comply with this
requirement, nor shall it be grounds to challenge the validity of any decision
made by the Community Development Board or the City Commission.


(ef) Ordinances that change the text of the Land Development Regulations to revise the
actual list of permitted, conditional or prohibited uses within a zoning category.


(1) Public hearings. The Community Development Board shall hold one (1) advertised
public hearing and the City Commission shall hold two (2) advertised public
hearings on proposed ordinances that change the text of the Land Development
Regulations to revise the list of permitted, conditional or prohibited uses within a
zoning category.
At least one (1) public hearing before the City Commission shall be held after 5:00
p.m. on a weekday, unless the City Commission, by a majority vote plus one (1)
vote, elects to conduct that hearing at another time of day. 
The second public hearing before the City Commission shall be held approximately
ten (10) calendar days after the first public hearing 


(2) Notice. All notices regarding ordinances that change the text of the Land
Development Regulations to revise the list of permitted, conditional, or prohibited
uses within a zoning category, shall be in accordance with F.S. § 166.041, unless
otherwise specified herein.


a. Published notice. At least  ten (10) calendar days prior to each 
public hearing , the City Clerk or their designee shall have published an advertisement
giving notice of the public hearing.


The required advertisement shall be one-quarter (1/4) page, except that in no
case shall it be no less than two (2) columns wide by ten (10) inches long, in a
standard size or a tabloid size newspaper, and the headline in advertisement
shall be in a type no smaller than eighteen (18) point. The advertisement shall
not be placed in that portion of the newspaper where legal notices and classified
advertisements appear. The advertisement shall be placed in a newspaper of
general paid circulation in the City and of general interest and readership in the
City, not one of limited subject matter, pursuant to Chapter 50, Florida Statutes.
The notice shall state the date, time, place of the public hearing; the title of the
proposed ordinance and the place or places within the city where the proposed
ordinance may be inspected by the public. The notice shall also advise that
interested parties may appear at the meeting and be heard regarding the
proposed ordinance.


Advertisements for ordinances that change the text of the Land Development
Regulations to revise the actual list of permitted, conditional, or prohibited uses
within a zoning category shall be in substantially the following form:


NOTICE OF LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS TEXT
CHANGE


The City of Atlantic Beach proposes to adopt the following Ordinance
(title of the ordinance).


A public hearing on the ordinance will be held on (date and time) at
(meeting place).



(fg)Ordinances initiated by the City that change the actual zoning map designation for a parcel
or parcels of land involving ten (10) contiguous acres or more.


(1) Public hearings. The Community Development Board shall hold one (1) advertised
public hearing and the City Commission shall hold two (2) advertised public
hearings on proposed ordinances that change the actual zoning map designation for
a parcel or parcels of land involving ten (10) contiguous acres or more.


At least one (1) public hearing before the City Commission shall be held after 5:00
p.m. on a weekday, unless the City Commission, by a majority vote plus one (1)
vote, elects to conduct that hearing at another time of day. 
The second public hearing before the City Commission shall be held approximately
ten (10) calendar days after the first public hearing 


(2) Notice. All notices regarding ordinances that change the actual zoning map
designation for a parcel or parcels of land involving ten (10) contiguous acres or
more, shall be in accordance with F.S. § 166.041, unless otherwise specified herein.


a. Published notice. At least  ten (10) calendar days prior to each 
public hearing , the City Clerk or their designee shall have published an advertisement
giving notice of the public hearing.


The required advertisement shall be one-quarter (1/4) page, except in no case
shall it be no less than two (2) columns wide by ten (10) inches long, in a
standard size or a tabloid size newspaper, and the headline in advertisement
shall be in a type no smaller than eighteen (18) point. The advertisement shall
not be placed in that portion of the newspaper where legal notices and classified
advertisements appear. The advertisement shall be placed in a newspaper of
general paid circulation in the City and of general interest and readership in the
City, not one of limited subject matter, pursuant to Chapter 50, Florida Statutes.
The notice shall state the date, time, place of the public hearing; the title of the
proposed ordinance and the place or places within the city where the proposed
ordinance may be inspected by the public. The notice shall also advise that
interested parties may appear at the meeting and be heard regarding the
proposed ordinance.


Advertisements for ordinances that change the actual zoning map designation
for a parcel or parcels of land involving ten (10) contiguous acres or more shall
be in substantially the following form:


NOTICE OF ZONING MAP CHANGE
The City of Atlantic Beach proposes to adopt the following Ordinance
(title of the ordinance).
A public hearing on the ordinance will be held on (date and time) at
(meeting place).

The advertisement shall contain a geographic location map which clearly
indicates the area covered by the proposed ordinance. The map shall include
major street names as a means of identification of the general area. In addition
to being published in the newspaper, the maps must be part of the online notice
required pursuant to F.S. § Section 50.0211, Florida Statutes.



(gh)Ordinances initiated by the City that change the actual zoning map designation for a
parcel or parcels of land involving less than ten (10) contiguous acres.


(1) Public hearings. The Community Development Board and the City Commission
shall each hold one (1) advertised public hearing on proposed ordinances initiated
by the City that change the actual zoning map designation for a parcel or parcels of
land involving less than ten (10) contiguous acres.


(2) Notice. All notices regarding ordinances initiated by the City that change the actual
zoning map designation for a parcel or parcels of land involving less than ten (10)
contiguous acres, shall be in accordance with F.S. § 166.041, unless otherwise
specified.


a. Published notice. At least ten (10) calendar days prior to each public hearing,
the City Clerk or their designee shall have published an advertisement giving
notice of the public hearing.


The required advertisement shall be one-quarter (1/4) page in a standard size or
a tabloid size newspaper, and the headline in advertisement shall be in a type
no smaller than eighteen (18) point. The advertisement shall not be placed in
that portion of the newspaper where legal notices and classified advertisements
appear. The notice shall be published in a newspaper of general circulation in
the city. The notice shall state the date, time, place of the meeting, and the place
or places within the city where the proposed ordinances may be inspected by
the public. The notice shall also advise that interested parties may appear at the
meeting and be heard with respect to the proposed ordinance.
Advertisements for ordinances that change the actual zoning map designation
for a parcel or parcels of land involving less than ten (10) contiguous acres shall
be in substantially the following form:


NOTICE OF ZONING MAP CHANGE

The City of Atlantic Beach proposes to adopt the following Ordinance
(title of the ordinance).
A public hearing on the ordinance will be held on (date and time) at
(meeting place).


The advertisement shall contain a geographic location map which clearly
indicates the area covered by the proposed ordinance. The map shall include
major street names as a means of identification of the general area. In addition
to being published in the newspaper, the maps must be part of the online notice
required pursuant to F.S. § 50.0211.


b. Mailed notice. Each real property owner whose land the City will redesignate
by enactment of the ordinance and whose address is known by reference to the
latest ad velorem tax records shall be notified by mail. The notice shall state the
substance of the proposed ordinance as it affects that property owner and shall
set a time and place for the public hearing on such ordinance. Such notice shall
be given at least thirty (30) calendar days prior to the date set for the public
hearing, and a copy of the notice shall be kept available for public inspection
during the regular business hours of the office of the City Clerk.


(hi) Applications for variances.


(1) Public hearings. The Community Development Board shall hold one (1) advertised
public hearing on applications for variances.

(2) Notice. Notice of all public hearings for applications for variances shall be provided
by the City Manager or their designee in accordance with the following provisions:
a. Published notice. At least ten (10) calendar days prior to the public hearing, an
advertisement giving notice of the public hearing shall be published. The
advertisement shall be placed in a newspaper of general paid circulation in the
City and of general interest and readership in the City, not one of limited subject
matter, pursuant to Chapter 50, Florida Statutes. The notice shall state the date,
time, place of the public hearing; and the place or places within the city where
the application may be inspected by the public. The notice shall also advise that
interested parties may appear at the meeting and be heard regarding the
application.


b. Mailed notice. At least fourteen (14) calendar days prior to the public hearing,
each real property owner whose land is within three hundred (300) feet of the
subject parcel(s) and whose address is known by reference to the latest ad
velorem tax records shall be notified by mail. The notice shall state the date,
time, place of the public hearing; and the place or places within the city where
the application may be inspected by the public. The notice shall also advise that
interested parties may appear at the meeting and be heard regarding the
application. A copy of the notice shall be kept available for public inspection
during the regular business hours of the office of the City Clerk.


c. Posted notice. At least fourteen (14) calendar days prior to the public hearing,
a sign identifying the request, including date, time and place of the public
hearing, shall be posted on the subject parcel. Such sign shall be erected in full
view of the public street on each street side of the land subject to the application.
Where the property subject to the request does not have frontage on a public
street, a sign shall be erected at the nearest public right-of-way with an attached
notation indicating the general direction and distance to the land subject to the
application. Sign(s) shall be removed after a decision is rendered on the
application. The failure of any such posted notice sign to remain in place after
the notice has been posted shall not be deemed a failure to comply with this
requirement, nor shall it be grounds to challenge the validity of any decision
made by the Community Development Board.


(ij) Applications for waivers.


(1) Public hearings. The City Commission shall hold one (1) advertised public hearing
on applications for waivers.


(2) Notice. Notice of all public hearings for applications for waivers shall be provided
by the City Clerk or their designee in accordance with the following provisions:
a. Published notice. At least ten (10) calendar days prior to the public hearing, an
advertisement giving notice of the public hearing shall be published. The
advertisement shall be placed in a newspaper of general paid circulation in the
City and of general interest and readership in the City, not one of limited subject
matter, pursuant to Chapter 50 of the Florida Statutes. The notice shall state the
date, time, place of the public hearing; and the place or places within the city
where the application may be inspected by the public. The notice shall also
advise that interested parties may appear at the meeting and be heard regarding
the application.


b. Mailed notice. At least fourteen (14) calendar days prior to the public hearing,
each real property owner whose land is within three hundred (300) feet of the
subject parcel(s) and whose address is known by reference to the latest ad
velorem tax records shall be notified by mail. The notice shall state the date,
time, place of the public hearing; and the place or places within the city where
the application may be inspected by the public. The notice shall also advise that
interested parties may appear at the meeting and be heard regarding the
application. A copy of the notice shall be kept available for public inspection
during the regular business hours of the office of the City Clerk.
c. Posted notice. At least fourteen (14) calendar days prior to the public hearing,
a sign identifying the request, including date, time and place of the public
hearing, shall be posted on the subject parcel. Such sign shall be erected in full
view of the public street on each street side of the land subject to the application.
Where the property subject to the request does not have frontage on a public
street, a sign shall be erected at the nearest public right-of-way with an attached
notation indicating the general direction and distance to the land subject to the
application. Sign(s) shall be removed after a decision is rendered on the
application. The failure of any such posted notice sign to remain in place after
the notice has been posted shall not be deemed a failure to comply with this
requirement, nor shall it be grounds to challenge the validity of any decision
made by the City Commission.


(jk) Applications for uses-by-exception.


(1) Public hearings. The Community Development Board and the City Commission
shall each hold one (1) advertised public hearing on applications for uses-byexception.

(2) Notice. Notice of all public hearings for applications for uses-by-exception shall be
provided by the City Manager or their designee in accordance with the following
provisions:
a. Published notice. At least ten (10) calendar days prior to each public hearing,
an advertisement giving notice of the public hearing shall be published. The
advertisement shall be placed in a newspaper of general paid circulation in the
City and of general interest and readership in the City, not one of limited subject
matter, pursuant to Chapter 50 of the Florida Statutes. The notice shall state the
date, time, place of the public hearing; and the place or places within the city
where the application may be inspected by the public. The notice shall also
advise that interested parties may appear at the meeting and be heard regarding
the application.


b. Mailed notice. At least fourteen (14) calendar days prior to each the first public
hearing, each real property owner whose land is within three hundred (300) feet
of the subject parcel(s) and whose address is known by reference to the latest
ad velorem tax records shall be notified by mail. The notice shall state the date,
time, place of the public hearing; and the place or places within the city where
the application may be inspected by the public. The notice shall also advise that
interested parties may appear at the meeting and be heard regarding the
application. A copy of the notice shall be kept available for public inspection
during the regular business hours of the office of the City Clerk.


c. Posted notice. At least fourteen (14) calendar days prior to the each public
hearing, a sign identifying the request, including date, time and place of the
public hearing, shall be posted on the subject parcel. Such sign shall be erected
in full view of the public street on each street side of the land subject to the
application. Where the property subject to the request does not have frontage
on a public street, a sign shall be erected at the nearest public right-of-way with
an attached notation indicating the general direction and distance to the land
subject to the application. Sign(s) shall be removed after a decision is rendered
on the application. The failure of any such posted notice sign to remain in place
after the notice has been posted shall not be deemed a failure to comply with
this requirement, nor shall it be grounds to challenge the validity of any decision
made by the Community Development Board or the City Commission.


(kl) Contest. If no aggrieved party contests the issue of proper notice within thirty (30)
calendar days of the City Commission, or the Community Development Board in the
case of variances, rendering its decision, then notice shall be deemed to be in
compliance with this section.


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