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(A) Whenever the inspector determines that any premises or dwelling unit fails to meet the requirements set forth in this chapter, he or she shall issue a notice setting forth the alleged violations of this chapter and advise the owner or his or her designee that such violation must be corrected. This notice shall: (1) Be in writing; (2) Set forth the alleged violations of this chapter; (3) Describe the dwelling unit where the violations are alleged to exist or to have been committed; (4) Provide a reasonable time, generally not to exceed 30 days, for corrections to be made; (5) Notify the owner or his or her designee of the premises or dwelling unit responsible for compliance with the alleged violation by regular U.S. mail; (6) State that the violation must be corrected within 30 days and describe the procedure and time limit to apply for a reconsideration or formal hearing. An extension of this deadline may be given for good cause at the discretion of the inspector.
(B) At the end of the period of time allowed for compliance, the inspector shall reinspect the premises or dwelling unit described in the notice.
(Ord. 1751-2018, passed 4-10-18)