(A)   If a responsible party fails or refuses to meet the requirements of the maintenance covenant, the town, after reasonable notice, may correct a violation of the design standards or maintenance needs by performing all necessary work to place the facility in proper working condition.
   (B)   In the event that the storm water management facility becomes a danger to public safety or public health, the town shall notify the party responsible for maintenance of the storm water management facility in writing.
   (C)   Upon receipt of that notice, the responsible person shall have three days to effect maintenance and repair of the facility in an approved manner.
   (D)   (1)   After proper notice, the town may assess the owner(s) of the facility for the cost of repair work and any penalties.
      (2)   The cost of the work shall be a lien on the property, or prorated against the beneficial users of the property, and may be placed on the tax bill and collected as ordinary taxes by the county.
(Ord. 0504, passed 12-12-05)