(A)   It shall be unlawful for the registered owner or person entitled to possession of a motor vehicle, or for the owner, lessee or occupant of the real property upon which the vehicle is located to leave or allow the vehicle to remain on the property after it has been declared a nuisance vehicle.
   (B)    Upon investigation, the Housing Inspector, or his or her designated representative, may determine and declare that a vehicle is a health or safety hazard and a nuisance vehicle as defined above, and order the vehicle removed.
   (C)   All violations of this section shall subject the offending property owner and/or tenant where applicable to a civil penalty to be recovered by the city in a civil action in the nature of debt if the offender does not pay the penalty within 30 days after he has been cited for violation of the ordinance, and may be enforced by an appropriate equitable remedy including but not limited to injunctions and orders of abatement issued from a court of competent jurisdiction as outlined in § 93.99.
   (D)   Each day's continuing violation shall be a separate and distinct offense, and is subject to penalties as outlined in § 93.99.
(Prior Code, § L-I-4) (Am. Ord. passed 9-10-2019) Penalty, see § 10.99