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(a) Any person owning or having charge of lands where or adjacent to where a violation of any of the provisions of this chapter is found to exist, or who is responsible for the existence of such violation, who fails or refuses, after thirty days notice in person or by mail, to cease and correct such violation and abate the nuisance created thereby, is guilty of a violation of this chapter. The giving or failing to give such notice shall not limit, in any manner, the authority of the Municipality, its agents and employees to correct such a violation in the interests of the public welfare or to abate a nuisance.
(Ord. 1101. Passed 7-9-56.)
(b) The Public Works Director is hereby authorized and directed to proceed by such means and in such manner as he or she considers best to summarily correct a violation of any of the provisions of this chapter if, after the giving of the thirty days notice, the violation has not ceased or been corrected. The Public Works Director is further authorized and directed to proceed forthwith to summarily correct such a violation if an emergency involving the public welfare or a nuisance is found to exist.
(Ord. 456. Passed 9-23-40; Ord. 114-2014. Passed 9-8-14.)