§ 9-5-7  NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT FOR VIOLATIONS.
   A.   The city will assess the owner, lessee, tenant, or occupant, either jointly or severally, for all costs associated with the removal of the refuse, debris, or hazardous waste under § 9-5-6 if the City Manager determines that the owner, lessee, tenant, or occupant was, jointly or severally, responsible for the presence of the refuse, debris, or hazardous waste constituting a violation of city codes.
   B.   Upon determination by the City Manager that the owner, lessee, tenant, or occupant was in violation of city codes and that they, jointly or severally, should be assessed the costs to collect and remove the nonconforming refuse, debris, or hazardous waste, as provided under § 9-5-9, the City Manager shall serve notice of the assessment upon the owner, lessee, tenant, or occupant of the property.  The notice shall be served personally or by certified or registered mail to the owner of the property at his or her last known address or to the lessee, tenant, or occupant, and, if unoccupied, by posting notice in a conspicuous place on the property.  The notice shall, at a minimum:
      1.   Explain the nature of the violation;
      2.   Provide a copy of the City Manager's written determination of "extreme and present danger" to the public health and safety;
      3.   Provide an explanation of the costs incurred to bring the property into conformance with the section of the city code being violated;
      4.   Provide that the City Manager has determined that the owner, lessee, tenant, or occupant is jointly or severally responsible for the presence of the refuse, debris, or hazardous waste constituting a violation of city codes (cite specific section);
      5.   Demand payment of all costs incurred; and
      6.   Inform the owner, lessee, tenant, or occupant of his or her right to appeal the City Manager's determination of extreme and present danger and/or the assessment under § 9-5-8.