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Chapter 71

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  71.792.  Ordinance to establish district — survey and investigation — cost estimate required — report of survey public record. — A business district shall be formed by ordinance of the governing body of the city which shall establish the business district and define its limits.  Prior to the establishment of a business district the governing body of the city shall conduct a survey and investigation for the purposes of determining the nature of and suitable location for business district improvements, the approximate cost of acquiring and improving the land therefor, the area to be included in the business district or districts, the need for and cost of special services, and cooperative promotion activities, and the percentage of the cost of acquisition, special services, and improvements in the business district which are to be assessed against the property within the business district and that part of the cost, if any, to be paid by public funds.  The cost of the survey and investigation shall be included as a part of the cost of establishing the business district.  A written report of this survey and investigation shall be filed in the office of the city clerk in the city and shall be available for public inspection.


(L. 1972 H.B. 1156 § 2)

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