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LtY. S C) <br /> Public Hearing(Third Reso.) <br /> 1583258 <br /> THIS DO(:UMENT HAS BEEN RECORDED <br /> This document was prepared ]bY IN THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF <br /> INDIAN RIVER COUNTY FL <br /> and shoo ld he 10 BK: 1791 rPG•854, Pagel of 4 <br /> the. gcov_ ly f�inorlr.,r ";; �ffice, 10/19/2004 at 10:48 AM, <br /> 18 <br /> �!- RESOLUTION NO. 2004- 21 COURT JEFFREY K BARTON,CLERK OF <br /> Florida 0`29 <br /> A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF <br /> INDIAN RIVER COUNTY, FLORIDA, CONFIRMING THE SPECIAL <br /> ASSESSMENTS IN CONNECTION WITH WATER MAIN EXPANSION TO <br /> GREENLEAF SUBDIVISION (55TH COURT SOUTH OF 113 TH STREET) IN <br /> INDIAN RIVER COUNTY, FLORIDA; AND PROVIDING FOR SPECIAL <br /> ASSESSMENT LIENS TO BE MADE OF RECORD. <br /> WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of Indian River County ("Board") has, <br /> by Resolution No. 2004-103, determined to make special assessments against certain <br /> properties to be specially benefited and serviced by a water main extension ("Assessment <br /> Project") into Greenleaf Subdivision (located on 55th Court south of 13th Street, SW) in Indian <br /> River County, Florida; and <br /> WHEREAS, Resolution No. 2004-103 described the method of assessing the cost of the <br /> Assessment Project against the specially benefited properties in the Assessment Area and how <br /> the special assessments imposed on the specially benefited properties in the Assessment Area <br /> are to be paid; and <br /> WHEREAS, Resolution No. 2004-103 was published in the Vero Beach Press Journal, <br /> as required by Section 206.04, Indian River County Code; and <br /> WHEREAS, Resolution No. 2004-104, adopted by the Board, set a time and place for a <br /> public hearing at which the owners of the specially benefited properties in the Assessment <br /> Area to be assessed for the Assessment Project and other interested persons would have the <br /> chance to be heard as to any and all complaints as to the Assessment Project and the special <br /> assessments imposed on the specially benefited properties in the Assessment Area, and for <br /> the Board to act as required by.Section 206.07, Indian River County Code; and <br /> WHEREAS, notice of the time and place of the public hearing was published in the <br /> Press Journal Newspaper on Friday, September 24, 2004, on Friday, October 1, 2004, and <br /> again to provide the correct meeting time on Monday, October 4, 2004 (at least twice one <br /> week apart; the last being at least one week prior to the hearing), as required by Section <br /> 206.06, Indian River County Code; and <br /> WHEREAS, the land owners of record were mailed notices at least ten days prior to the <br /> hearing, as required by Section 206.06, Indian River County Code; and <br /> WHEREAS, the Board, on Tuesday, October 12, 2004, at 6:05 p.m. (or as soon <br /> thereafter as the public hearing was heard) conducted the public hearing with regard to the <br /> special assessments; <br /> NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY <br /> COMMISSIONERS OF INDIAN RIVER COUNTY, FLORIDA, as follows: <br /> F:\Attomey\Lea\Docs\reso\spec assess resos mef greenleaf dc.doc <br />
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