(A)   It shall be the duty of the County Solid Waste Coordinator, County Code Enforcement Officer or the County Fiscal Court or its designee or any law enforcement agency to serve or cause to be served notice upon the owner or occupant of any premises on which there is kept or maintained any nuisance in violation of this chapter, and to demand the abatement of the nuisance within five days or necessary amount of time as determined by the Solid Waste Coordinator, and/or the County Code Enforcement Officer. Notice must be in writing which shall be served upon the owner, occupant or lessee by certified United States mail or in person at their last known address on file in the County Property Valuation Administration office to which the most recent tax bill was mailed. If the owner does not reside upon the property, a copy of the notice shall be mailed to the owner by first class United States mail to the owner's last known address or may be served by any other means reasonably calculated to provide the owner with notice including posting notice on the property, advertising and filing notice in the Office of the County Clerk.
   (B)   The notice shall provide that owner, occupant or lessee shall remove violation and properly dispose and/or recycle items in order to remove violation. The county reserves the right to obtain receipts, weight tickets, or any other documentation and proof of proper disposal and/or recycling. Removal or proper disposal and/or recycling will be at the owner's expense.
(Ord. 1010.11, passed 5-17-94; Am. Ord. 09-96-01, passed 9-24-96)