(A)   At the time stated in the notices, the Town Council shall hear and consider all relevant evidence, objection or protests; and shall receive testimony from owners, witnesses, town personnel and interested persons relative to the alleged public nuisance and the proposed rehabilitation, repair or demolition of the premises.
   (B)   After the hearing, a copy of any decision by the Town Council ordering the abatement of the nuisance shall be served upon the owners of the property in accordance with the provisions of § 93.37.
   (C)   The notice shall contain a detailed list of needed corrections and abatement methods.
   (D)   Any property owner shall have the right to have the premises rehabilitated or buildings demolished or repaired in accordance with the order, and at his or her own expense, provided the same is done prior to the expiration of the abatement period set forth in the notice.
   (E)   If the nuisance is not completely abated by the owner as directed within the designated abatement period, then the Building Inspector or other designated town official is authorized and directed to cause the same to be abated, either by the town or a private contractor, and is authorized to enter on the premises for such purpose; however, any owner or other interested person aggrieved at any proceeding taken by the Town Council in ordering the abatement of a nuisance under this chapter may bring an action to contest such decision in the Circuit Court within 30 days after the date of the final decision. Otherwise, all objections to such decision shall be deemed waived.
(Ord. 2001-668, passed 7-17-2001)