Public Hearing Sample Clauses

Public Hearing. If the Grantee fails to respond to the Violation Notice received from the Grantor, or if the default is not remedied within the cure period set forth above, the Board shall schedule a public hearing if it intends to continue its investigation into the default. The Grantor shall provide the Grantee at least twenty (20) days prior written notice of such hearing, which specifies the time, place and purpose of such hearing, notice of which shall be published by the Clerk of the Grantor in a newspaper of general circulation within the Grantor in accordance with subsection 15.8 hereof. At the hearing, the Board shall give the Grantee an opportunity to state its position on the matter, present evidence and question witnesses, after which it shall determine whether or not the Franchise shall be revoked. The public hearing shall be on the record and a written transcript shall be made available to the Grantee within ten (10) business days. The decision of the Board shall be made in writing and shall be delivered to the Grantee. The Grantee may appeal such determination to an appropriate court, which shall have the power to review the decision of the Board de novo. The Grantee may continue to operate the Cable System until all legal appeals procedures have been exhausted.
Public Hearing. The LFA shall schedule a public hearing if the LFA seeks to continue its investigation into the alleged noncompliance (i) if Franchisee fails to respond to the Noncompliance Notice pursuant to the procedures required by this Article, or (ii) if Franchisee has not remedied or commenced to remedy the alleged noncompliance within sixty (60) days or the date projected pursuant to Section 11.2(iii) above. The LFA shall provide Franchisee at least sixty (60) calendar days prior written notice of such public hearing, which will specify the time, place and purpose of such public hearing, and provide Franchisee the opportunity to be heard.
Public Hearing. All materials that any party wants the Administrator to consider at a hearing pursuant to Section 9.1 must be submitted to the Administrator no later than ten working days before the date of the hearing. Unless prohibited by law, all submitted materials will be included in the public record for the hearing. At the conclusion of the hearing, the Administrator shall: (1) find the alleged violation conclusively determined, (2) find that the alleged violation lacks merit, or (3) continue the hearing to a specified date and time.
Public Hearing. In the event that the Grantee fails to respond to the notice described in subsection 7.1 pursuant to the procedures set forth in subsection 7.2, or in the event that the alleged default is not remedied within thirty (30) days or the date projected pursuant to 7.2(C) above, if it intends to continue its investigation into the default, then the Franchising Authority shall schedule a public hearing. The Franchising Authority shall provide the Grantee at least ten (10) days prior written notice of such hearing, which specifies the time, place and purpose of such hearing, and provide the Grantee the opportunity to be heard.
Public Hearing. (i) A member who is a respondent at a public hearing held pursuant to Part 9 of the Police Act, R.S.B.C., 1996, c.367, arising from acts done in the performance, or attempted performance, in good faith, of the member’s duties as a police officer shall be indemnified for the necessary and reasonable legal costs incurred in representing the member at the public hearing.
Public Hearing. If directed by the City, the non-confidential and non-proprietary portions of Grantee's Annual Report shall be presented at a public hearing at which Grantee shall summarize the contents of the Annual Report and members of the general public may comment thereon.
Public Hearing. At the County’s sole option, within ninety (90) days of the third anniversary of the effective date of this Franchise Agreement, and every three years thereafter throughout the term of the Franchise Agreement, the County may hold a public hearing at which the Contractor shall be present and shall participate, to review the Contractor’s performance and quality of service. Notwithstanding the above, the County shall have the right to require more frequent public hearings if needed to address unsatisfactory performance. The reports required by this Franchise Agreement regarding Customer complaints shall be utilized as the basis for review. In addition, any Customer may submit comments or complaints during the review meetings, either orally or in writing, and these shall be considered to the extent that the information provided by the Customer is verifiable.
Public Hearing. No Contract shall be canceled under Section 14 until after the legislative body has given notice of, and has held, a public hearing on the matter. Notice of the hearing shall be mailed to the last known address of Owner of Subject Property and shall be published pursuant to Government Code Section 6061.