The notice to abate shall contain:
   (A)   Description of nuisance.  A description of what constitutes the nuisance.
   (B)   Location of nuisance.  The location of the nuisance.
   (C)   Acts necessary to abate.  A statement of the act or acts necessary to abate the nuisance.
   (D)   Reasonable time.  A reasonable time within which to complete the abatement.  A nuisance notification shall require seven days to abate the nuisance after receipt of notification.  If the nuisance is not abated within the seven-day period, then the property will be placarded as a nuisance and a posting of the nuisance notification shall be affixed to a structure, or a conspicuous place upon the property.  The nuisance posting shall require two days for abatement after the posting occurs.  If the nuisance is not abated within this two-day period then the city will cause the nuisance to be abated under the provisions of § 90.12.
   (E)   Assessment of city costs.  A statement that if the nuisance or condition is not abated as directed and no request for hearing is made within the time prescribed, the city will abate it and assess the costs against such person in accordance with Iowa law and the provisions of this Code of Ordinances.
(Ord. 2414, passed 7-13-2010; Ord. 2565, passed 2-27-2018)