§ 6.24.070  ABATEMENT BY CITY.
   As to any lot or parcel within the city as to which no such written objection shall have been filed in the office of the City Clerk within ten days after the posting and/or mailing of such notices, upon expiration of the ten-day period, the designated official or his deputies, assistants, employees, contracting agents, or other representatives, are authorized and directed to abate any and all such nuisances upon such lots or parcels of property and are hereby expressly authorized to enter upon private property for that purpose. As to any lot or parcel of property as to which such written objection shall have been filed, as aforesaid, then upon expiration of a ten-day period, after the decision of the Board of Appeals disposing of any objections made, the desig-nated official or his deputies, assistants, employees, contracting agents, or other representatives, are authorized and directed to abate any and all such nuisances upon such lots or parcels of property and are hereby expressly authorized to enter upon private property for that purpose.
   (A)   Any person owning, managing or having control, charge or occupancy of any such property, shall have the right to destroy or remove such weeds, rubbish and dirt himself or to have the same destroyed or removed at his own expense provided that the nuisance be abated prior the arrival of the designated city official or his authorized representative.
   (B)   It shall, however, be unlawful for any such person to burn or attempt to burn any such weeds, rubbish, and dirt without having first obtained written permission to do so from the Chief of the Fire Department and without complying fully with all state and local regulations governing such burning, including those of the air pollution control district.
('86 Code, § 6.24.070) (Ord. 3438, passed  - - ; Am. Ord. 3531, passed  - - )