§ 91.069  NOTICE OF POTENTIAL CHRONIC NUISANCE.
   (A)   When any sergeant or other officer of greater rank of the city’s Police Department has reasonable grounds to believe any combination of:
      (1)   Two or more of the nuisance activities listed in § 91.066 have occurred at or near a properties during any 30-day period;
      (2)   Three or more of the nuisance activities listed in § 91.066 have occurred at or near a properties during any 90-day period;
      (3)   Four or more of the nuisance activities listed in § 91.066 have occurred at or near a properties during a 365-day period; and
      (4)   The sergeant or other officer of greater rank may give written notice to a person in charge of the properties that the properties are in danger of becoming a chronic nuisance.
   (B)   The notice allowed under this section shall contain information to the following effect:
      (1)   The street address or a legal description sufficient to identify the properties;
      (2)   A statement that:
         (a)   The properties are in danger of becoming a chronic nuisance, together with;
         (b)   A concise description of the nuisance activity upon which the statement is based; and
         (c)   A warning that failure to prevent the properties from becoming a chronic nuisance may result in the closure of the business for up to 180 days under the provisions of this subchapter.
      (3)   A statement that a person in charge of the properties may meet with a representative of the Police Department and discuss ways that may prevent or eliminate the nuisance activity giving rise to the threatened chronic nuisance.
      (4)   A statement that if a person in charge desires to meet and discuss the prevention or elimination of the nuisance activity giving rise to the threatened chronic nuisance, the person must respond to the sergeant or other officer of higher rank within ten days from the date of notice to arrange the meeting.
      (5)   A statement that a person in charge is not obligated to meet and discuss the prevention or elimination of the nuisance activity giving rise to the threatened chronic nuisance, but that the failure to promptly do so increase the financial penalty or length of closure imposed by a court should the properties ever become a chronic nuisance properties.
(Prior Code, § 5.925)  (Ord. 1999-13, passed 10-22-1999)