Upon receipt of a complaint that alleges a public nuisance, or as soon thereafter as the hearing officer may determine the name and address of the owner or keeper of the animal, the hearing officer shall cause a notice of a public nuisance hearing to be served upon the owner or keeper of the animal and upon the complainant. The notice shall be in writing and may be served either by personal delivery or by depositing a copy in the United States mail addressed to the person to be served, postage prepaid, return receipt requested. The notice shall:
   (A)   Include a copy of the complaint;
   (B)   State that a public nuisance hearing will be held to determine whether the animal described in the complaint is a public nuisance and, if the animal is found to be a public nuisance, how the public nuisance may be abated in accordance with this division;
   (C)   State the location, time and date of the public nuisance hearing, which shall be not more than 30 calendar days after the date of the notice; and
   (D)   Include a copy of this division.
(`64 Code, Sec. 5-2.2) (Ord. No. 2239, 2375, 2388, 2639)