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It is the intent of this Ordinance that:
A. Where investigations can be made by the Zoning Administrator or other designated City employees, at the request of the Zoning Administrator, using equipment normally available to the City such investigation shall be so made before notice of violation is issued.
B. Where technical complexity, nonavailability of equipment, or extraordinary expense makes it unreasonable, in the opinion of the Zoning Administrator for the City to maintain the personnel or equipment necessary for making difficult or unusual determinations, procedures shall be established for:
1. Causing corrections in apparent violations of performance standards;
2. Protecting individuals from arbitrary, capricious, and unreasonable administration and enforcement of performance standard regulations; and
3. Protecting the general public from unnecessary costs for administration and enforcement.
C. If the Zoning Administrator finds, after investigations have been made by qualified experts, that there is a violation of the performance standards, he shall take or cause to be taken lawful action to cause correction to within limits set by such performance standards.