§ 35.70  DEFINITIONS.
   "ABATEMENT COSTS." A city's necessary and reasonable costs for and associated with clearing, preventing unauthorized entry to, or demolishing all or a portion of a structure or premises, or taking any other action with regard to a structure or premises necessary to remedy a violation and to maintain and preserve the public health, safety and welfare in accordance with any city ordinance.
   "CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER." A city police officer, safety officer, citation officer, or other public law enforcement officer with the authority to issue a citation.
   "FINAL ORDER." Any order:
      (1)   Issued by the Code Enforcement Board following a hearing in accordance with § 35.76(E);
      (2)   Created because a violator neither paid nor contested the citation within seven (7) days as provided in § 35.75(F); or
      (3)   Created because a violator failed to appear at a hearing the violator requested to contest the citation as provided in § 35.75(F).
   "IMMINENT DANGER." A condition which is likely to cause serious or life-threatening injury or death at any time.
   "JOINT CODE ENFORCEMENT BOARD." An administrative body created and acting under the authority of the Local Government Code Enforcement Board Act, KRS 65.8801 to 65.8839.
   "ORDINANCE." An official action of the local government body, which is a regulation of a general and permanent nature and enforceable as a local law and shall include any provision of a code of ordinances adopted by the city legislative body which embodies all or part of an ordinance.
   "OWNER." A person, association, corporation, partnership or other legal entity having a legal or equitable title in real property.
   "PREMISES." A lot, plot or parcel of land, including any structures upon it.
(Ord. 2016-O-11, passed 10-3-16)