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SEC. 11.2.05. SERVICE PROCEDURES.
 
   (a)   An Administrative Citation in a form developed by the Issuing Department and subject to the approval of the City Attorney may be issued to the Responsible Person(s) by an Enforcement Officer for Administrative Violations in the following manner:
 
   1.   Personal Service. In any case where an Administrative Citation is issued to an individual, the Enforcement Officer shall:
 
   A.   Locate the individual and serve the Administrative Citation on the Responsible Person(s). If the Responsible Person is a Minor, the Enforcement Officer shall also attempt to serve the Administrative Citation on the parent(s) or guardian(s) having custody and control of the Minor.
 
   B.   Obtain on the Administrative Citation the signature of the Responsible Person. If the Responsible Person refuses or fails to sign the Administrative Citation, the failure or refusal to sign shall not affect the validity of the Administrative Citation and subsequent proceedings.
 
   2.   Service by Mail. If the Enforcement Officer is unable to locate the Responsible Person for the Administrative Violation, the Administrative Citation may be mailed to the Responsible Person by first class mail. If the Responsible Person is known to be a Minor, the Administrative Citation shall be mailed to the parent(s) or guardian(s) having custody and control of the Minor by first class mail.
 
   A.   If the Responsible Person is the property owner where a property related Administrative Violation occurs, the Administrative Citation shall be sent to the mailing address shown on the County's last equalized property tax assessment rolls (if any), and the last known address of the Responsible Person.
 
   B.   If the Responsible Person is the tenant or other possessor of property where a property related Administrative Violation occurs, the Administrative Citation shall be sent to the property address.
 
   (b)   Service pursuant to Subdivision 1. of Subsection (a) of this Section shall be deemed effective at the time of personal delivery. Service pursuant to Subdivision 2. of Subsection (a) of this Section shall be deemed effective five (5) calendar days following the date of mailing.