(A)   The owner of an immobilized vehicle or other interested person shall have the right to a hearing to determine whether the immobilization or any subsequent towing was erroneous or whether the vehicle was properly included on an immobilization list, if the owner files a written demand for a hearing before the ordinance enforcement administrator within 30 days after issuance of the notice specified in § 96.17 of this chapter or within 30 days of immobilization, whichever is later.
   (B)   A hearing shall be conducted on any business day within 30 days of receipt of a written demand for hearing, unless otherwise mutually agreed by the parties.  Failure to request or attend a scheduled hearing shall be deemed a waiver of the right to a hearing.  In the event of such failure, any amount deposited pursuant to § 96.15 of this chapter shall be forfeited.  A hearing provided by this section shall not determine the validity of or otherwise adjudicate any citation or notice of ordinance violation issued relative to the immobilized vehicle, but shall only relate to whether the vehicle was properly immobilized or towed by determining whether the owner previously submitted evidence required by this chapter.
(Ord. 11-10, passed 11-21-2011)