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.010 If the nuisance is not abated within the time set forth in the notice(s) required under Section 6.16.020 where the owner fails to timely file his or her written statement of objections or protests or, following the timely filing of the owner’s written statement of objections or protests and the holding of a hearing in accordance with Section 6.16.030 and the issuance of an abatement order by the Hearing Officer, the City may proceed to abate the nuisance, unless in the case of the issuance of an abatement order by the Hearing Officer an appeal has been filed pursuant to Section 6.16.050.
.020 Abatement by the City pursuant to an abatement order or following an appeal of the abatement order, if any, may, in the discretion of the designated officer, be performed by City employees and/or one or more private contractors hired by the City. The designated officer and/or one or more private contractors hired by the City, and their work force and equipment may enter upon any private property and abate any nuisance found thereon, or in front thereof, provided that either the time given by the designated officer in the notice to abate such nuisance under Section 6.16.020 or, in the case of the issuance of an abatement order by the Hearing Officer under Section 6.16.030, has expired and no timely appeal of the abatement order of the Hearing Officer has been filed pursuant to Section 6.16.050. (Ord. 6430 § 1 (part); March 6, 2018.)