New Orleans Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance
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3.3.D Validity of Defective Notice
1. No action on any application submitted in accordance with this Ordinance shall be declared invalid by reason of any defect in any of the following:
a. The publication of the notice of the purpose or subject matter and the time and place of the hearing if the published notice gives reasonable notification of its purpose, subject matter, substance, or intent.
b. The posting or display of a notification sign if evidence of installation of the sign is presented.
c. The mailing of notice to the individuals and entities within the vicinity of the site as indicated above.
d. The mailing of notice of the Neighborhood Participation Program.
2. Any defect in or failure to adhere to any discretionary forms of notification shall not form a basis for declaring invalid any ordinance or City Council action on any zoning matter.
3. No denial by the City Council of any application, petition, or other zoning matter requiring notice shall be declared invalid by reason of any defect in any form of public notice, if the applicant has received notice of the time, date, and place of the hearing.
4. No Neighorhood Participation Program notice shall be declared invalid for failure to properly notice a required individual or entity if the individual or entity waives the notice requirement.
Ord. No. 29,126, §3, Aug. 12, 2022, Zoning Docket 16/22