8.30.050  Clearing of Dangerous Litter from Open Private Property by the City; Summary Proceeding.
   A.   Notice to Remove.  The City Officer is hereby authorized and empowered to notify the owner, or person shown as the owner upon the last equalized tax assessment roll, of any open or vacant private property, or the agent of such owner, to properly dispose of litter located on such owner’s property which is dangerous to public health, safety or welfare.  Such notice shall be by registered or certified mail, addressed to said owner at his last known address or at the address shown upon the last equalized tax assessment roll.  A copy of said notice shall be posted on the premises or in front thereof.
   B.   Action Upon Non-Compliance.  Upon the failure, neglect or refusal of any owner, person or agent so notified to properly dispose of such litter dangerous to the public health, safety or welfare within ten (10) days after receipt of the written notice provided for in Subsection A., or within twenty (20) days after the date of such notice in the event the same is returned to the City because of its inability to make delivery thereof, provided the same was properly addressed as herein specified, the City Officer is hereby authorized and empowered to pay for the disposing of such littler or to order its disposal by the City.  Thereafter, proceedings for the collection of the cost thereof shall be in accordance with Section 8.30.140 et. seq.