Upon failure of the owner to make the corrections prescribed, the City Council may direct the performance of the necessary corrections or improvements pursuant to the provisions of law governing local improvements. When undertaken by the city, the actual benefit of such improvement, which shall not exceed the cost, shall be charged against the owner of the premises and shall become a lien upon the premises.
(1958 Code, § 161.02C)  (Ord. 230, passed 5-5-1960)