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A. Upon a preliminary determination that the parcel or parcels involved are eligible for merger, the director shall prepare a notice of intention to determine status for the parcel or parcels. Said notice shall contain all of the following:
1. A general description of the location of the parcel or parcels;
2. A statement that the director has made a preliminary determination that the parcels are eligible for merger;
3. An explanation that owner of the parcel or parcels may within thirty days file a written request with the director for a hearing, at which the owner, or the owner's representative may present evidence as to why the parcels should not be merged; and
4. A warning that if the owner fails to file a written request for a hearing with the director within thirty days, the lots may be merged without further notice or opportunity to be heard.
B. A copy of the notice of intention to determine status shall be mailed to the owner of the parcel or parcels, at his or her last known address, by first class certified mail, return receipt requested.
C. A copy of the notice of intention shall also be filed for record with the county recorder.
(Ord. 88-09-1011 § 1 (part))