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The Enforcement Officer, as defined in § 94.80, shall have the authority to issue a warning of ordinance violation when an individual or owner has been found to be, or may be, in violation of any section of the public nuisances subchapter. The warning of ordinance violation may be provided by any of the following methods: (1) by posting a warning of ordinance violation on the property; (2) personally handing a warning of ordinance violation to the individual found to be in possession or control of the property; or (3) in the form of a letter, sent via regular U.S. mail, to the owner of the property. The warning shall, at a minimum, identify the violation for which it is being issued, shall include the address where the violation, or potential violation, is located, shall require the violator and/or property owner to cease the violation(s) or abate the violation(s) within no less than seven days, and shall state that a notice of ordinance violation may be issued if the violation, or potential violation, has not ceased nor has been abated.
(Ord. 12-0446, passed 5-8-2012; Ord. passed 9-9-2014; Ord. 16-0501, passed 6-7-2016; Ord. 16-0904, passed 10-11-2016)