shall not, in itself, cause the notice procedure to be deficient. It shall be the duty of the person or persons proposing the map amendment to furnish to the Planning Commission the names and addresses of the owners of all adjoining property. Records maintained by the Property Valuation Administrator may be relied upon conclusively to determine the identity and address of said owner. In the event such property is in condominium or cooperative forms of ownership, then the person notified by mail shall be the president or chairman of the owner group which administers property commonly owned by the condominium or cooperative owners. A joint notice may be mailed to two (2) or more co-owners of an adjoining property who are listed in the Property Valuation Administrator's records as having the same address.
In addition to the public notice requirements of this section, when the Planning Commission or legislative body of any planning unit originates a proposal to amend the zoning map of that unit, notice of the public hearing shall be given at least thirty (30) days in advance of the hearing by certified mail, return of receipt to an owner of every parcel of property the classification of which is proposed to be changed. Records by the Property Valuation Administrator may be relied upon to determine the identity and address of said owner.
The Planning Commission may call a special public hearing in accordance with KRS 100 and KRS 424 at any time to consider a zoning amendment and may establish a separate schedule of reasonable fees to be paid by the applicant for the zoning advertisement of the special hearing by such means as the Planning Commission determines to be necessary.
After notice of the public hearing as provided for above, the