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R1039 R E S O L U T I O N NO. 1039 WHEREAS, Subdistrict No. 250 (Ford Lane Trunk) was established on petition by Ordinance No. 1272, adopted February 25, 1965, and WHEREAS, investigation has shown that such area is not adequately served by subtrunk sanitary sewers and that the public health is affected; and WHEREAS, by Resolution No. 774, adopted March 24, 1965, the Board of Trustees declared the necessity of constructing subtrunk sanitary sewers in such area at an estimated cost of Two Hundred Forty Thousand Dollars ($240,000.00); and WHEREAS, it is now estimated that the probable cost of installation of such sewer will be approximately Five Hundred Fifty-five Thousand Dollars ($555,000.00), and that the most practicable method of payment therefor is by special tax bills, or other evidence of special benefit assessments upon the land benefitted by such installation, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that said Resolution No. 774 be and is hereby repealed; that the construction of adequate subtrunk sanitary sewers in the area known as Subdistrict No. 250 (Ford Lane Trunk) is necessary in the interest of the public health; that such sewers shall consist of approximately 19,500 feet of eight-ten-twelve-and fifteen inch pipe and appurtenances, which shall be capable of efficiently serving the entire local drainage area; that the estimated probable cost of such improvement is Five Hundred Fifty-five Thousand Dollars ($555,000.00); that the entire cost of such improvement shall be paid for by special tax bills or other evidence of special benefit assessments upon the land benefitted by such improvement; and that such improvement be constructed in said subdistrict; such facilities to connect to an existing public sewer adjacent to said subdistrict. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that special benefit assessments for the entire cost of such improvement be levied against all land in the above described subdistrict, whether public or private, in the proportion that each such lot or parcel of land bears to the entire benefitted area of such subdistrict, exclusive of streets, roads, and alleys. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a public hearing be held within said subdistrict to afford all persons interested in said improvement an opportunity to be heard; that such hearing shall be held at such time and place as the Executive Director shall determine, but not less than ten nor more than thirty days after the adoption of this Resolution; and that notice of such hearing shall be given by the publication of notice in at least one issue of a newspaper of general circulation within The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District not less than ten days in advance of the date of such hearing. The foregoing Resolution was adopted March 6, 1969.