§ 115.05  ENFORCEMENT AND ABATEMENT.
   (A)   The City Administrator for the city or their designee is authorized to enforce this chapter by issuing a uniform citation or other citation form complying with O.R.S. Chapter 153.
   (B)   In addition to any remedies available under this chapter, any violation of this chapter is deemed a nuisance. The abatement of such a nuisance is in addition to any other penalty or remedy. Such nuisance may be abated as provided in Ch. 95 or in any other manner authorized by law.
   (C)   Any temporary shelter, stand, vehicle, cart or sign in violation of this chapater may be removed by the City Administrator or designee 24 hours after written notice is delivered to the vendor in person or five days after written notice is mailed to the address registered with the city.
      (1)   Any item(s) removed may be stored by the city up to 30 days or until the owner redeems the property by paying a storage and removal charge as established by the City Administrator. The city may dispose of items left longer than 30 days from the date of notice provided in this section.
      (2)   Written notice shall include at least the following:
         (a)   A statement that the item(s) are in violation of this chapter;
         (b)   The approximate location of the violation;
         (c)   Date the item(s) will be removed;
         (d)   Statement that the removal and storage costs are the responsibility of the owner or vendor;
         (e)   Statement that the item(s) shall be disposed of after 30 days of storage;
         (f)   Cost of removal and storage;
         (g)   Location of storage or person to contact concerning storage;
         (h)   Statement that the owner or vendor may remove the item(s) at their own expense prior to the date of removal; and
         (i)   Statement that further violation will result in immediate removal without prior notification.
   (D)   All temporary food vendors in violation of this chapter shall be reported to Oregon Health Authority representative at Hood River County Environmental Health Office.
(Ord. 450, passed 4-8-2019)