§ 141.06  ENTRY OF CHRONIC NUISANCE SERVICE ORDER.
   (A)   Chronic Nuisance Service Order. If a timely request for hearing has not been filed under § 141.05 and a notice of violation has been issued, the Hearing Officer must enter a chronic nuisance service order. If the Hearing Officer upholds the declaration of chronic nuisance property or determines after a hearing that there has been a failure to provide or implement an adequate action plan, the Hearing Officer must enter a chronic nuisance service order. The City must send a copy of the chronic nuisance service order to the property owner by certified mail, return receipt requested, and first class mail to the address listed on the ad valorem tax roll. The chronic nuisance service order must:
      (1)   Enter findings of fact establishing a pattern of nuisance activity and violation of this chapter;
      (2)   Authorize the City to provide chronic nuisance services to the property;
      (3)   Authorize the City to bill the costs of any chronic nuisance services to the owner of the chronic nuisance property;
      (4)   Provide for the mailing of a copy of the chronic nuisance service order by certified mail, return receipt requested, and first class mail to any mortgagee of record. Failure to provide a copy of a chronic nuisance service order to a mortgagee of record does not operate to release or discharge any obligation under this chapter or otherwise affect the validity of a chronic nuisance service order;
      (5)   Provide for recording a certified copy of the chronic nuisance service order in the public records; and
      (6)   Provide for continuing jurisdiction over the chronic nuisance property.
   (B)   Duration of Chronic Nuisance Service Order. The chronic nuisance service order entered in accordance with this section shall terminate if there have been no nuisance activities at the property for a period of one year.
(Ord. 9050, passed 5-3-16)