SEC. 5-12.  ORDER.
   (A)   The hearing officer shall determine what actions are reasonably necessary in order to resolve the issues presented at the public nuisance hearing. If the hearing officer determines that the animal in question is a public nuisance in violation of subsections (A)(2) through (A)(4) of section 5-2, the hearing officer shall order the animal humanely destroyed.
   (B)   If the hearing officer determines that the animal in question is a public nuisance in violation of another portion of section 5-2, the hearing officer shall make an order with conditions that are reasonably calculated to assure that the animal does not continue to be a public nuisance.
   (C)   If the hearing officer determines that the animal in question is a public nuisance, then the order of the hearing officer shall include the requirement that the owner or keeper of the animal pay the animal pound fees if the animal was impounded.
(`64 Code, Sec. 5-2.10)  (Ord. No. 2239, 2375, 2639)