(A)   It shall be the duty of the County Health Officer, the County Sheriff’s Office, the police departments in the county, the County Prosecutor’s Office, the County Commissioners and the County Attorney to enforce this chapter.
      (1)   The County Health Officer is authorized to perform inspections in the furtherance of fulfilling his or her duty to enforce this chapter.
      (2)   Any person violating any provision of this chapter shall be subject to fines or other injunctive action as specified in this chapter.
   (B)   Violators of this chapter shall be served a written initial notice of violation either in person or by any other manner reasonably calculated to result in actual notice, including certified mail. Such notice shall state the nature of the violation, order the abatement of the violation, indicate a method of abatement which, if satisfactorily completed, will adequately abate the offending violation, and provide a reasonable time (14 to 30 days) for abatement of the violation.
   (C)   Abatement of a violation must be accomplished in an environmentally safe and lawful manner by disposal of solid waste in an approved and properly permitted landfill.
   (D)   If the violation is not satisfactorily abated within the specified time allowed, a second notice shall be served, in the same manner as specified for initial notices and containing the same information specified for initial notices. If the conditions prevail following the specified period of time, the matter shall be referred to the County Attorney and the County Prosecutor for appropriate legal action.
(Ord. 4-3-1.1, passed 9-20-1993)  Penalty, see § 51.99