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The notice of violation shall be served in accordance with either division (A), (B), or (C) of this section:
(A) An enforcement officer may personally serve the notice of violation on the responsible person. A declaration of service shall be completed and attached to a copy of the notice of violation mailed to the responsible person via first class mail.
(B) An enforcement officer may post the property in a conspicuous location with a copy of the notice of violation. A copy shall also be mailed via certified mail to the responsible person’s last known address. An address shown on the county’s last equalized property tax assessment rolls is deemed to be a valid address for service.
(C) If the responsible person is not the property owner; the notice shall also be mailed via certified mail to the property owner.
(D) Service is deemed accomplished on the date the notice of violation is personally served or posted in accordance with this section.
(E) A copy of the notice of violation shall be mailed via first class mail to any mortgage holder, property manager, agent for service, or owner’s next of kin as applicable, but failure of one of these parties to receive notice shall not invalidate any action under this article.
(Ord. No. 2919)