6.44.060 SERVICE OF NOTICE OF HEARING, LETTER OF DETERMINATION, AND OTHER NOTICES.
   The Manager shall cause to be served on the owner of the premises, which is the subject of the letter of determination issued pursuant to Section 6.44.050, a copy of such letter of determination and a notice of hearing.
   The letter of determination and notice shall also be posted prominently on the premises. The notice shall be served and posted not less than ten calendar days before the date of the hearing.
   Service of notices or other documents specified in this Chapter shall be made by sending the owner of the premises such notice or other documents by regular and certified mail, return receipt requested. The date of service is deemed the date the notice or documents are deposited with the U.S. Postal Service with the required postage.
   Failure of the owner to accept or otherwise receive said regular or certified mail shall not affect the validity of any proceeding pursuant to this chapter.
   The notice shall be headed “NOTICE OF HEARING TO DETERMINE EXISTENCE OF PUBLIC NUISANCE AND TO ABATE IN WHOLE OR PART”
in letters of not less than one inch in height.
   The remainder of the notice shall be substantially in the following form:
   NOTICE OF HEARING TO DETERMINE
   EXISTENCE OF PUBLIC NUISANCE
   AND TO ABATE IN WHOLE OR PART
      Notice is hereby given that on the             day of             , 20    , the Code Enforcement Manager of the City of Anaheim determined that a nuisance subject to abatement may exist on the premises situated in the City of Anaheim, State of California, known and designated as                               , in said City, and more particularly described as  Lot No.                     , Tract No.                     . If said premises, in whole or in part, are found to constitute a public nuisance as defined by Section 6.44.010 of the Anaheim Municipal Code and if the same are not promptly abated by the owner, such nuisance may be abated by municipal authorities, in which case the cost of such rehabilitation, repair, or demolition will be assessed upon such premises and such cost will constitute a lien or a special assessment upon such land until paid.
   Said alleged violations consist of the following:
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      On             ,       , at         o' clock, in the Council Chambers of the Anaheim City Hall, 200 S. Anaheim Boulevard, Anaheim, California, a hearing officer appointed by the City shall conduct a public hearing to hear any and all evidence and testimony as to whether existing conditions on the premises constitute a public nuisance and whether such conditions shall be ordered abated.
(Ord. 5622 § 2 (part); October 28, 1997: Ord. 6429 § 2; February 6, 2018.)