7-1-2122. Mail notice. (1) Unless otherwise specifically provided, whenever a local government unit other than a municipality is required to give notice of a hearing or other official act by mail, the requirement may be met by:
(a) deposit of the notice, properly addressed, in the United States mail with postage paid at the first-class rate;
(b) sending the notice by certified mail rather than first class; or
(c) mailing the notice at the bulk rate instead of first class if notice is to be given by mail to all electors or residents of the affected local government unit.
(2) The notice shall contain:
(a) the date, time, and place of the hearing or other action;
(b) a brief statement of the action to be taken;
(c) the address and telephone number of the person who may be contacted for further information on the action to be taken; and
(d) any other information required by the specific section requiring mail notice.
(3) When notice by mail is required, the requirement applies only to persons whose addresses are known.
History: En. Sec. 2, Ch. 349, L. 1985.