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At the time and place stated in the notice, the Board of Appeals shall hear and consider any and all objections to the proposed abatement of the nuisance. The Board of Appeals may continue the hearing from time to time. At the conclusion of the hearing or within a reasonable time thereafter, the Board of Appeals shall render its decision as to whether or not a condition exists that is dangerous to life, limb or property, or to public health, safety or morals. If it finds such a condition to exist, it shall overrule any or all objections. If it finds no such condition to exist, it shall allow such objections. The decision of the Board of Appeals shall be final and conclusive.
('86 Code, § 6.24.060) (Ord. 3438, passed - - )