In the event that any owner or occupant of real estate locate within the corporate limits of the city shall violate § 52.08, then:
   (A)   A police officer, Building Inspector, or designated member of the Fire Department shall serve a notice upon the alleged violator by certified mail or personal service, demanding that the owner or occupant abate the violation by removing the bulk waste within ten days of the date of the service of the notice.
   (B)   In the event that the owner or occupant fails to abate the violation as provided in division (A) of this section, the city may seek an order of the County Circuit Court, in conjunction with an ordinance violation charge, seeking court authority to enter the real estate upon which the bulk waste is stored or deposited and effect removal thereof by city forces or by employing a contractor for that purpose.
   (C)   In the event that the city forces or a contractor is employed for the purpose of abating the violation as provided in divisions (A) and (B) of this section, the cost of abating the ordinance violation shall be a lien upon the premises with priority as provided in Ch. 65, Act 5, § 11-20-13.  An itemization of the costs shall be forwarded by certified mail or by personal service to the owner of the premises and recorded with the County Recorder of Deeds in the manner provided by Ch. 65, Act 5, § 11-20-13.
   (D)   Costs incurred by the city and which may become a part of the lien as provided in division (C) of this section, and shall include labor costs, equipment costs, and/or contractor's fees necessarily incurred for the removal and disposal of the bulk waste.
   (E)   The owner or occupant may be charged with an ordinance violation seeking an appropriate fine for each offense.
(4766, passed 3-15-1994; Am. Ord. 94-4766, passed 3-15-1994)