1345.05 APPEAL PROCEDURE.
   (a)     The owner of the premises, or a designated representative of the owner, upon which a public nuisance is located and who has been served with a notice, pursuant to Section 1345.03, that a public nuisance exists and that it must be abated within seventy-two (72) hours may, within that seventy-two hour period, appear in person before the Zoning Administrator and request a hearing on the question of whether a public nuisance exists, as defined in Section 1345.01, and merits summary abatement.
   (b)     A hearing held pursuant to subsection (a) hereof shall be held no later than three business days from the date of the in-person request for a hearing by the owner of the premises upon which the public nuisance is located. The Zoning Administrator shall provide to the owner the hearing date, time and place at the time the in-person request for a hearing is made.
   (c)     The owner of the premises, or a designated representative of the owner, upon which a public nuisance exists and who has been served with a notice, pursuant to Section 1345.04, that a public nuisance exists and that it must be abated within thirty (30) days, may, within seven (7) days after receipt of such notice, make a valid written demand to the Zoning Administrator for a hearing on the question of whether a public nuisance exists as defined in Section 1345.01.  To be considered valid, a written demand for a hearing must contain all of the following information:  The full legal name, current address, working phone number, and type of interest in the property of the individual making written demand for a hearing; the full legal name, current address, working phone number and type of interest in the property of any other owner, tenant, or person that possesses an interest of record in the property; the name, address and working phone number of every mortgagee or lien holder of record on the property; the basis for the appeal.  Written demand may be delivered by hand, mail or email to the Zoning Administrator.
   (d)     A hearing held pursuant to subsection (c) hereof shall be held no later than ten (10) days following receipt of a valid written demand to the Zoning Administrator and at least three (3) days notice, by phone to the number provided in the valid written notice, of the hearing shall be given to the individual who made the written demand for the hearing.
   (e)     A mortgagee, lien holder, tenant, or person that possesses an interest of record in the property may initiate an appeal pursuant to this section only if the abatement required to correct the nuisance involves demolition of a structure or portion of a structure located on the premises.  (Ord. 106-2020.  Passed 9-21-20.)