(A)   If the number, posting, or method of numbering a building is in nonconformance with Seminole County's grid system and uniform addressing system after a municipal annexation, the Seminole County Addressing Coordinator will give notice of the nonconformance to the owners or occupants of the affected building or property.
   (B)   The notice shall be delivered by certified mail, return receipt requested; by posting the notice in a conspicuous place on the building; or by hand delivery.
   (C)   The notice shall include a notification or a change of address which shall contain the correct or new building number(s) assigned to the building or property in accordance with the provisions of this chapter and the date of notification.
   (D)   The notice shall direct the owner or the occupant to post the newly assigned building number(s) contained in the change of address on the building or property in accordance with this chapter.
   (E)   The notice shall notify the owner or occupant that, if he or she disagrees with the determination of the Seminole County Addressing Coordinator, an appeal may be taken regarding the determination made. The Deputy County Manager or his or her functional successor shall hear such appeals.
(Ord. 491, passed 3-1-90; Am. Ord. 1119, passed 2-5-04) Penalty, see § 150A.99