SEC. 7-154.  NOTICE TO ABATE; VOLUNTARY ABATEMENT; APPEAL.
   (A)   Whenever a code enforcement officer, city inspector, or police officer finds that a nuisance or attractive nuisance exists on a particular property in accordance with section 7-151 or section 7-152, above, then such city official shall either:
      (1)   Deliver to the owner, lessor, occupant, or person in charge or possession of the property a written notice to abate the nuisance or attractive nuisance; or
      (2)   Mail, by regular mail, a written notice to abate the nuisance or attractive nuisance to the owner, as listed on the last equalized assessment roll for such property, and post a copy of the written notice to abate the nuisance or attractive nuisance on the property in a conspicuous place.
   (B)   Any person notified to abate a nuisance or attractive nuisance pursuant to subsection (A) above, shall either:
      (1)   Abate the nuisance or attractive nuisance within ten days of delivery of such notice, or, in the case of service by mail and posting, within 15 days from the day of mailing or posting such notice, whichever is later; or
      (2)   Within ten days of delivery of such notice, or, in the case of service by mail and posting, within 15 days from the day of mailing or posting such notice, whichever is later, file an appeal that:
         (a)   Disputes the notice to abate the nuisance or attractive nuisance; or
         (b)   Contends that to abate the nuisance or attractive nuisance within the time set forth in subsection (B)(1) above, is impossible or impractical.
(`64 Code, Sec. 19-62.5)  (Ord. No. 2331, 2379)