(A)   A written appeal shall be filed with the city clerk not later than ten days after delivery of the notice to abate, or, in the case of service by mail and posting, within 15 days from the day of mailing or posting the notice, whichever is later.  Such appeal shall set forth the following information:
      (1)   The street address or assessor's parcel number of the property in question;
      (2)   The specific facts that justify the appellant's contentions; and
      (3)   The appellant's name, an address to send all notices, and a daytime telephone number to contact appellant or leave messages for appellant.
   (B)   The appeal officer shall notify the appellant of the time and place for the appeal and shall conduct the appeal within a reasonable time but not less than five days after receipt of the appeal by the city clerk.
   (C)   The appeal officer shall consider all material evidence that a reasonable person would normally rely upon to make a significant decision.
   (D)   The appeal officer shall make written findings of facts and conclusions of law, and render a decision as to whether or not the property constitutes a nuisance or attractive nuisance and, if so, when such condition must be abated.
   (E)   All decisions by the appeal officer shall be final decisions of the administrative power of the city.
(`64 Code, Sec. 19-62.6)  (Ord. No. 2331, 2379)