(a)   Upon abatement of any blighted condition by an authorized enforcement official of the Village pursuant to the provisions of this chapter, the enforcement official shall file a statement of actual costs incurred by affidavit with the Clerk. Upon receipt of such affidavit of actual costs, the Clerk shall place the same on file and serve a copy thereof upon the owner as appears on the Village tax assessment records. Said notice shall be served by delivering a written copy of the same to the owner by first class mail. The notice shall state that if payment in full of the costs contained therein is not made within 60 calendar days of the date of the notice, which notice shall be dated as of the date of personal service or the date of mailing, the Clerk shall certify the costs as delinquent and submit said costs to the Treasurer, setting forth the name of the owners of the property, if known, and a description of the property where the blighted condition was remedied. The Treasurer shall place the costs upon the assessment roll charged to the property described and the costs shall be collected in the same manner as provided by the statutes for the collection of Village taxes.
   (b)   The failure to receive the notice as provided for in Section 662.10 is not a defense to any action brought by a member of the public for injury or by the Village to collect the costs of abatement or impose penalties or other fees or proceedings as authorized by this Chapter.
(Ord. 2020-02. Passed 1-11-21.)