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A. If the owner of any property within the proposed assessment reimbursement area requests a hearing within the required time period, the Redmond Hearing Examiner shall conduct the hearing.

B. Notice of the hearing shall be given by mail to all affected property owners in addition to any other hearing notice requirements specified by this code. The cost of giving such notice shall be borne by the applicant.

C. At the hearing, the Hearing Examiner shall take testimony and evidence from the affected property owners, the applicant, and the City staff concerning the area boundaries, the amount of the assessments, and the length of time for which reimbursement shall be required. Upon completion of the hearing, the Hearing Examiner shall forward a recommendation, together with findings and conclusions in support thereof, to the City Council. The City Council shall consider the recommendation in a closed record proceeding at a regular or special meeting without further testimony or evidence and with arguments based on the record only. The City Council’s decision on the street reimbursement contract is determinative and final.

D. If no hearing is requested within the required time period, the City Council may consider and take final action on the street assessment reimbursement contract at any public meeting held more than twenty days after notice was mailed to the affected property owners. (Ord. 2148 § 1 (part), 2003: Ord. 1474 § 1 (part), 1989).