§ 17-173.  Response to notice.
   (a)   Any person who receives notice of a parking violation shall respond to this notice as provided herein within seven (7) days of the date of the notice, by either paying the fine set forth in the notice or requesting a hearing as provided herein.
   (b)   If the owner of a vehicle cited for a parking violation has not responded to the notice within seven (7) days as provided in subsection (a) of this section, the City of Danville shall send a second notice by regular, first- class mail to the last known address of the registered owner of the vehicle as listed on the certificate of title. Such notice shall state that if the owner of the vehicle does not respond to the notice by either paying the fine or by requesting in writing a hearing as provided herein, within seven (7) days of the receipt of the notice, the owner shall be deemed to have waived a hearing and the determination that a violation was committed shall be considered final. Any person who fails to request a hearing or pay the fine within the seven (7) days shall be deemed to have refused to pay the fine levied by the citation.  Fines not paid within seven (7) days shall be doubled and shall be due and payable within thirty (30) days of the offense.  Any fine not paid within thirty (30) days will result in the violation being cited to the Boyle District Court or being pursued through civil collection efforts.
   (c)   The registered owner of a vehicle at the time the violation occurred shall be liable for all fines, fees and penalties which remain unpaid.
(Ord. No. 1401, § 3, 8-23-88; Ord. No. 1526, § 1, 4-22-97; Ord. No. 1801, § 1, 2-27-12)