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Code of the Public Local Laws of Maryland, 1930
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3330 ARTICLE 16.

Board of County Commissioners and after due publication thereof, shall
have power to assess the cost of said grading, paving, macadamizing, or
improving against the respective property abutting on said street, road,
lane or sidewalk, in proportion to the frontage of said abutting property

on the same.

Any tax so assessed as above provided in this section shall be payable
to the County Treasurer in not more than six annual installments, as
nearly equal as may be, the first installment thereof to become due and
payable the first day of July next succeeding the making of such special
assessment as herein elsewhere provided and to be collected as county taxes
in said county are collected and shall be subject to interest from the first

day of September until paid at the rate of six per cent, per annum. Each
annual installment shall become a lien against said abutting property and
any such installment not paid by the first day of January following its
becoming due shall be subject to the same penalties and shall be collected
in the same manner as provided for the collection of unpaid county taxes
in said county. All taxes assessed as provided in this section shall be paid

over by the Treasurer of said County to the Treasurer of said Chevy Chase
View, who shall devote such funds to the exclusive purpose of paying for
the special improvements herein provided for or any indebtedness which
may be incurred therefor.

The said Citizens' Committee of said Chevy Chase View shall have the
power to pave, grade, macadamize, or otherwise improve said streets,
roads, or lanes or sidewalks within said Chevy Chase View; provided, that
before any contract for work shall be entered into, or any obligation with
respect thereto incurred, notice shall be given to the owners, and others of
Tecord interested in said abutting property and an opportunity to be
heard, such hearing to be had before said Citizens' Committee of said
Chevy Chase View who shall decide the matters properly brought before
them. Any party affected by the final decision of said Citizens' Com-
mittee, made after such hearing, shall have the right to appeal therefrom
within ten days, to the Circuit Court of Montgomery County, and pro-
vided further, that upon the petition of a majority of the resident property

owners, said petition to have not less than three signatures thereto of the
said resident property owners, owning property abutting upon any streets,
roads or lanes within said Chevy Chase View, to be graded, paved,
macadamized or otherwise to be improved under the provisions of this

Section, requesting the grading, paving, macadamizing, otherwise improv-
ing of any such streets, roads or lanes, it shall be the duty of the said
Citizens' Committee to make the assessment against the abutting prop-
erty owners, to provide the funds for and cause to be performed the pro-
visions hereinafter provided.

1924, ch. 541, sec. 5.
132. Said Citizens' Committee of said Chevy Chase View, shall not

expend for material or work, a sum exceeding three hundred dollars
($300.00) without having first advertised the specifications therefor and


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