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California Laws | Streets and Highways Code
DIVISION 7. THE IMPROVEMENT ACT OF 1911
PART 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS (5000-5026)

(b) The cost of printing and advertising provided for in this division, including the treasurer's estimated cost of printing, servicing, and collecting any bonds to be issued to represent or be secured by unpaid assessments. (4950)

(c) The compensation of the person appointed by the superintendent of streets to take charge of, and superintend any of, the work. (4951)

(d) The expenses of making the assessment, of the collection of assessments by the superintendent of streets when directed by ordinance to receive payments pursuant to Section 5396, and of preparing and typing the resolutions, notices, and other papers and proceedings for any work authorized by this division. (4952)

(e) The expenses of making any analyses and tests to determine that the work, and any materials or appliances incorporated therein, comply with the specifications. (4953)

(f) All costs and expenses incurred in carrying out the investigations and making the reports required by the provisions of the Special Assessment Investigation, Limitation and Majority Protest Act of 1931 (Division 4 (commencing with Section 2800)). (4954)

(g) The cost of title searching, description writing, right-of-way agent salaries, appraisal fees, partial reconveyance fees, surveys, and sketches incident to securing rights-of-way for any work authorized by this division. (4955)

(h) Any other expenses incidental to the construction, completion, and inspection of the work in the manner provided for in this division. (4956)

(i) The cost of relocating or altering any public utility facilities as required by the improvement in those cases where that cost is the legal obligation of the city. (4957)

(j) The cost of planning and designing public facilities to be financed pursuant to this division, including the cost of environmental evaluations of those facilities. (4958)

(k) The cost of filing and recording documents when the cost is the legal obligation of the city. (4959)

(l) The cost of any acquisition, as defined in Section 5023.1, and expenses incidental in connection with the acquisition. (4960)

(m) If the construction of sewers or appurtenances incident thereto has been ordered, sewer service, connection, and capacity charges established by the city as a condition to the providing of sewer service for the benefit of properties within the assessment district and required for the completion and utilization of the improvement constructed. (4961)

(n) If the construction of water improvements or appurtenances incident thereto has been ordered, water service, connection, and capacity charges established by the city as a condition to the providing of water service for the benefit of properties within the assessment district and required for the completion and utilization of the improvement constructed. (4962)

(o) All costs not identified in subdivisions (a) to (n), inclusive, related to the issuance of bonds, including, but not limited to, costs of obtaining credit ratings, bond insurance premiums, fees for letters of credit and other credit enhancement costs, and initial fees for the registration of bonds. (4963)

All demands for incidental expenses shall be presented to the street superintendent, by an itemized bill, duly verified by the demandant. (4964)

5025. In all resolutions, notices, orders and determinations, subsequent to the resolution of intention it shall not be necessary to describe the work, and any description of the work in any of the same, subsequent to the resolution of intention and the notice of improvement, shall be sufficient, if it refers to the resolution of intention for a description of the work or improvement. (4965)

5026. The legislative body of a county, city or city and county, may by resolution adopt a name for any street, boulevard, park or place which is to be improved under this division, for which a name has not been provided under the provisions of Sections 970.5 and 971, or otherwise, and may by resolution change the name of any street, boulevard, park or place heretofore established; provided further, that a copy of the resolution or order providing for the new name or change of name made by any city shall be promptly forwarded by the city clerk to the clerk of the board of supervisors and county surveyor of the county in which the municipality is situated. (4966)

PART 2. NOTICE (4967)(Text)

CHAPTER 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS (5050-5052) (4968)(Text)

5050. Unless the particular provision or the context otherwise requires, whenever a notice, resolution, order or other matter is required to be published or posted by this division it shall be published or posted in accordance with the provisions of this part. (4969)

5051. Whenever any notice, resolution, order, or other matter is required to be published or posted, and the duty of posting or publishing, or procuring the same is not specifically enjoined upon any officer or person, the clerk shall post or procure the publication or posting thereof, as the case may be. (4970)

No step in any proceeding shall be invalidated or affected by any error or mistake or departure from the provisions of this section as to the officer or person posting or publishing, or procuring the publication or posting, of any notice, resolution, order or other matter when the same is actually published or posted for the time required. (4971)

5052. No notice, nor any publication of any notice, order, resolution or other matter, other than that expressly provided for in this part or elsewhere in this division shall be necessary to give validity to any of the proceedings provided for in this division. (4972)

CHAPTER 2. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION (5060-5063) (4973)(Text)

5060. The provisions of Chapter 1 (commencing with Section 6000) of Division 7 of Title 1 of the Government Code shall not have any application to any publication provided for in this division. (4974)

5061. Whenever in this division a notice, resolution, order or other matter is required to be published and the manner of such publication is not specified, it shall be published in a daily, semiweekly or weekly newspaper published and circulated in the city conducting the proceedings and which is selected by the legislative body for that purpose, or by the clerk or other officer issuing the notice or responsible for the publication where the legislative body has not selected any newspaper for that purpose. (4975)

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