SECTION 32. PROCEDURE.
(1) The procedure for making, altering, vacating, or abandoning a public improvement shall be governed by general ordinance or, to the extent not so governed, by applicable state law. Proposed action on a public improvement that is not declared by two-thirds of the council present to be needed at once because of an emergency shall be suspended for six months upon remonstrances by owners of land to be specially assessed for the improvement. The number of owners necessary to suspend the action shall be prescribed by general ordinance. A second such remonstrance suspends the action only with the consent of the council.
(2) In this section “owner” means the record holder of legal title or, as to land being purchased under a land-sale contract that is recorded or verified in writing by the record holder of legal title, the purchaser.
SECTION 33. SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS.
The procedure for fixing, levying, and collecting special assessments against real property for public improvements or other public services shall be governed by general ordinance.