§ 150.41  RESPONSIBILITY FOR PROPERTY MAINTENANCE.
   (A)   The owner or resident of any property within the city shall be responsible for the maintenance of property and premises in a manner consistent with the provisions of this subchapter and the Code of the City of Graymoor-Devondale, Metro Louisville ordinances, Land Development Code, Kentucky Revised Statutes and the Kentucky Building Code.
   (B)   Enforcement of this subchapter may be accomplished by the person or employee as may be designated by the City Council to enforce city ordinances in any manner authorized by this subchapter or by any other law, including but not limited to issuance of criminal citations, civil actions and abatement.
   (C)   Abatement of public nuisances.
      (1)   Non-exclusive authority to abate. The city may choose to abate any public nuisance or violation of the city code through any of the abatement methods set forth in the city code or in other local, state or federal law, and nothing contained in this subchapter shall be construed as limiting, prejudicing, or adversely affecting the city’s ability to concurrently or consecutively use any of those proceedings as the city may deem are applicable. Proceeding under this section will not preclude the city from proceeding under other sections of this subchapter. Whenever the person or employee as may be designated by the City Council to enforce city ordinances determines that any condition exists in violation of the provisions of this subchapter, he/she may take enforcement action pursuant to this section.
      (2)   Right of entry. The person or employee as may be designated by the City Council to enforce city ordinances may enter any property or premises at all times to perform any duty imposed upon him/her by this subchapter if he/she has cause to believe a violation of provisions of this subchapter is occurring.
(Ord. G-D9, Series 2011-2012, passed 6-26-12)