(A)   Not later than 15 calendar days following conclusion of the hearing, the hearing officer shall determine if any nuisance condition exists at the subject property. If the hearing officer determines that each nuisance condition described in the notice of abatement is nonexistent, the notice of abatement shall be deemed cancelled. If the hearing officer determines that one or more of the nuisance conditions described in the notice of abatement exists, he/she shall issue a written order of abatement which shall contain the following:
      (1)   A finding and description of each nuisance condition existing at the subject property.
      (2)   The name of each person responsible for a nuisance condition or conditions at the subject property, as well as the name of any person who is not responsible therefor.
      (3)   The required corrective action and a compliance period for each unabated nuisance condition.
      (4)   Any other finding, determination or requirement that is relevant or related to the subject matter of the appeal.
      (5)   The following statement:
   The decision of the Hearing Officer is final, conclusive and binding. Judicial review of this decision is subject to the provisions and time limits set forth in California Code of Civil Procedure Sections 1094.6 et seq.
   (B)   Notwithstanding any provision of this Code to the contrary, the decision of the hearing officer is final and conclusive.
   (C)   A copy of the decision shall be served by first class mail on each responsible person to whom the notice of abatement was issued. If the owner is not an appellant, a copy of the order of abatement shall also be served on the owner by first class mail to the address shown on the last equalized assessment roll. Failure of a person to receive a properly addressed decision shall not invalidate any action or proceeding by the City pursuant to this chapter.
(Ord. 4667, passed 2-9-15)