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(a) Whenever notice and a hearing is required by Section 1409 of this Article, the notice shall be sent by certified mail to the permittee, the person alleged to have violated this Article, and the owner or operator of the establishment at which the violation occurred. Notice to the owner of the establishment shall be sufficient where other parties cannot be located by the Director.
(b) The notice shall set forth the time and place of the hearing, the ground or grounds upon which the enforcement action is based, and a brief statement of the factual matters in support thereof. The notice shall be mailed at least 15 days prior to the hearing date.
(c) In any hearing under this Article, all parties involved shall have the right to offer testimonial, documentary, and tangible evidence bearing on the issues, to see and copy all documents and other information the City relies on in the proceeding, to be represented by counsel, and to confront and cross-examine witnesses against them. Any hearing under this Article may be continued by the person conducting the hearing for a reasonable time for the convenience of a party or witness.
(Added by Ord. 279-91, App. 7/3/91)