(A)   The city may inspect development areas to determine compliance with these rules and regulations. If it appears that a violation of these regulations has occurred, the owner or his or her appointed representative shall be notified of the deficiencies or noncompliance by the city in writing by certified mail. If within two weeks after receipt of such letter, the deficiency or noncompliance has not been corrected or plans have not been approved by the city for its correction, said deficiency or noncompliance shall be reported to the city for consideration.
   (B)   If the city determines that a violation exists an injunction or other appropriate relief may be sought to abate excessive erosion or sedimentation and secure compliance with these regulations. In granting relief, the court may order the construction of sediment control improvements or implementation of other control measures.
   (C)   A final inspection will upon notification by the developer of the completion of the scope of work being performed under the sediment control plan to determine if the criteria of these regulations have been satisfied.
(1982 Code, § 159.43)  (Res. 96-20, passed 2-3-1997)