§ 36.02 NOTICE.
   (A)   Notice regarding sidewalk repairs, sewer or water connections, abating nuisances, or any other act, the expense of which if performed by the city may be charged against the premises and/or the owner thereof, under the provisions of the Charter, any ordinance of the city, or any law of the state, shall be served:
      (1)   By delivering the notice to the owner, as indicated by the records of the City Assessor, personally or by leaving the same at his or her residence, office, or place of business with some person of suitable age and discretion;
      (2)   By mailing said notice by first-class mail to such owner, as indicated by the records of the City Assessor, at his or her last known address; or
      (3)   If the owner is unknown, by posting said notice in some conspicuous place on the premises.
   (B)   No person shall interfere with, obstruct, mutilate, conceal, or tear down any official notice or placard posted by any city officer unless permission is given by said officer to remove said notice.
   (C)   With regard to abatement of nuisance for noxious weeds, the city shall serve notice by posting a public notice to the city residents in March by city-approved media sources. Posting public notice by publication in March will serve as the official and only notice by the city.
(Prior Code, § 36.02) (Ord. D-365, passed 8-8-1955, effective 8-18-1955; Ord. O-30, passed 2-21-2005, effective 3-3-2005) Penalty, see § 30.99