(a)   Whenever the Building Inspector suspects the existence of a public nuisance, as defined in subsection 1323.02(a), in the Village, he shall promptly cause to be inspected the premises on which he suspects such public nuisance exists. Should the aforesaid Building Inspector find that a public nuisance does exist, he shall promptly notify the Fire Chief and the Greene County Board of Health or their duly authorized agents. The Fire Chief and the Board of Health shall cause to be inspected the premises on which it is suspected such public nuisance exists. Written reports of such inspection with respect to the existence of the public nuisance as defined by this chapter shall be filled with the Building Inspector.
   (b)   Should all of the aforesaid officers or their duly authorized agents agree that a public nuisance exists, it shall be the duty of the Building Inspector to cause photographs of such nuisances to be made and to file and keep in his office the written reports of the findings of the aforesaid officials or their agents. The Building Inspector shall cause a written notice to be served on such owner stating the findings with respect to the existence of a public nuisance and stating that unless the owner or owners thereof shall cause the abatement of the public nuisance by removal of the building or structure the same will be abated by the Village, at the expense of such owner or owners. Such abatement shall start within fifteen days after service of such notice and shall be complete within forty-five days or such additional time as the Building Inspector may deem necessary to complete the removal.
(Ord. 83-5. Passed 4-25-83.)