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41-235.  Notice of hearing. (1) Except where a longer period of notice is provided by other provisions of this code relative to particular matters, not less than fourteen (14) days in advance the director shall give notice of the time and place of the hearing, stating the matters to be considered thereat. If the persons to be given notice are not specified in the provision pursuant to which hearing is held, the director shall give such notice to all persons whose pecuniary interests are to be directly and immediately affected by such hearing.
(2)  If any such hearing would otherwise require separate notices to more than one hundred (100) persons, in lieu of the notice required under such subsection the director may give notice of the hearing by publishing the notice in at least three (3), but not to exceed five (5), daily newspapers, at least once each week during the four (4) weeks immediately preceding the week in which the hearing is to be held. The director shall select such newspapers, as to location and circulation, as he deems necessary to give adequate opportunity of notice to such persons as should receive notice of the hearing. The published notice shall state the time and place of the hearing and shall specify the matters to be considered thereat. At the time of first publication the director shall mail to every advisory organization which has filed with him pursuant to section 41-1425, Idaho Code, a copy of the published notice if the proposed hearing would affect any interest of the members of such advisory organization.
(3)  All such notices, other than published notices, shall be given as provided in section 41-212, Idaho Code.

[41-235, added 1961, ch. 330, sec. 52, p. 645; am. 2005, ch. 77, sec. 3, p. 258.]

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