(A)   Notice as provided in this chapter, including but not necessarily limited to notices issued under §§ 159.035 or 159.080, shall be deemed to be properly served if a copy thereof is delivered by one of the following methods:
      (1)   Delivered personally;
      (2)   Sent by certified mail addressed to the subject property; or
      (3)   Sent by regular first class mail to the subject property and posted on the front door or other conspicuous place on or about the structure.
   (B)   Notices sent by mail, regular or certified, are deemed to be served three days after the mail is sent. If the mailing address indicated on the County Auditor's website indicates a different address than the subject property, duplicate notice shall be sent by regular first class mail to that address, as well.
   (C)   If the owner of the subject property as shown on the records of the County Auditor is not a resident of the village, in addition to the notice required under divisions (A) and (B) above, notice shall also be sent to the owner by regular mail to the record address. If the mailing address is unknown, notice shall be published once in a newspaper of general circulation in Hamilton County, with notice to be deemed served on the date of publication.
(Ord. 2007-16, passed 7-16-07; Am. Ord. 2013-02, passed 3-11-13)