§ 96.19  SUMMARY ABATEMENT OF SUBSEQUENT ACCUMULATIONS OF WEEDS OR TRASH.
   (A)   If a notice is given by the City Council to a property owner ordering the property within the municipal limits to be cleaned of trash and weeds, or grass to be cut or mowed, in accordance with the procedures provided for in § 96.18 of this code, any subsequent accumulation of trash or excessive weed or grass growth on the property occurring within a six-month period may be declared to be a nuisance and may be summarily  abated without further prior notice to the property owner.  At the time of each such summary abatement, the municipality shall notify the property owner of the abatement and the costs thereof.  The notice shall state that the property owner may request a hearing within ten days after the date of mailing the notice. The notice and hearing shall be as provided for in § 96.18 of this code.  Unless otherwise determined at the hearing the costs of such abatement shall be determined and collected as provided for in divisions (E) and (F) of § 96.18 of this code.
   (B)   This section shall not apply if the records of the County Clerk show that the property was transferred after notice was given pursuant to § 96.18 of this code.
(11 O.S. § 22-111.B)  (`83 Code, § 8-105)  (Ord. 91-11, passed 5-20-91)