(A)   The Building Inspector or other town official designated by the town shall cause to be served upon the owner a copy of the notice, and shall cause a copy thereof to be conspicuously posted on the affected premises.
   (B)   The notice shall be served and posted at least 20 days before the time fixed for the hearing. Proof of posting and service shall be entered in the town records.
   (C)   Service of the notice shall be by personal service upon the owner of the affected premises or by depositing a copy in the U.S. mail enclosed in a sealed envelope with postage prepaid.
   (D)   The notice shall be registered or certified and addressed to the owner, or if there is no known address, then in care of the property address or occupant.
   (E)   The service is complete at the time of such deposit.
   (F)   OWNER, as used herein shall mean any person in possession, and also any person having or claiming to have any legal or equitable interest in the premises; however, the failure of any person to receive such notice shall not affect the validity of proceedings hereunder.
(Ord. 2001-668, passed 7-17-2001)