Farncomb v. Denver,
252 U.S. 7 (1920)

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Farncomb v. Denver, 252 U.S. 7 (1920)

Farncomb v. City and County of Denver

No. 110

Argued January 14, 1920

Decided March 1, 1920

252 U.S. 7


As construed by the Supreme Court of Colorado, §§ 300 and 328 of the charter of the City and County of Denver gave property owners an opportunity to be heard before the Board of Supervisors respecting the justice and validity of local assessments for public improvements proposed by the Park Commission, and empowered the board itself to determine such complaints before the assessments were made. P. 252 U. S. 9.

Parties who did not avail themselves of such opportunity cannot be heard to complain of such assessments as unconstitutional. P. 252 U. S. 11.

64 Colo. 3 affirmed.

The case is stated in the opinion.

Page 252 U. S. 8

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