(a)   The Code Official may determine that the violations of this Title are so extensive due to the commercial building or structure or premises being unsecure, unsafe, or structurally defective that the building, structure or premises must be demolished. After so determining, the Code Official shall issue a notice and order to demolish the commercial building or structure or premises. The notice and order shall:
      (1)   Be in writing.
      (2)   Include the legal description of the affected real estate as well as its street address.
      (3)   Include a statement of the violation(s) and the applicable code section(s).
      (4)   Include a statement of the remedial action that can be taken to become compliant with the code.
      (5)   Include the Code Official's order to demolish the building and/or structure on the property and that the City's costs thereof shall be certified to the Fiscal Officer of the County of Summit as special assessment against the real property.
      (6)   Include a statement of the right to appeal the order.
      (7)   Include the date, time and place for a hearing scheduled before the Real Property Maintenance Board.
   (b)   Such notice shall be deemed to be properly served if:
      (1)   Delivered personally to the responsible party or parties.
      (2)   Sent by certified mail and regular first class mail to the responsible party's residence, regular place of business or last known address and to the address of the affected property.
      (3)   Posted in a conspicuous place in or on the affected property.
      (4)   Published once a week for two (2) consecutive weeks in a publication of general circulation within the City.
(Ord. 2008-051. Passed 6-16-08; Ord. 2014-064. Passed 9-22-14; Ord. 2015-026. Passed 5-4-15.)