§ 160.88  AFTER THE MINIMUM HOUSING HEARING.
   At the completion of the minimum housing hearing as provided in § 160.87, the director shall state in writing his determination of the following:
   (A)   A findings of fact of existing code violations, remedies, maintenance standards required, maintenance standards during performance period, and timeline for compliance;
   (B)   If it is determined that the dwelling or dwelling unit is deteriorated, he shall state in writing his findings of fact in support of such determination, and shall issue and cause to be served upon the owner or designee thereof an order directing and requiring the owner to repair, alter, and improve such dwelling or dwelling unit to comply with the minimum standards of fitness established by this chapter within a specified performance period, not to exceed 90 days. Such order may also direct and require the owner to vacate and close such dwelling or dwelling unit until such repairs, alterations and improvements have been made.
   (C)   If it is determined that the dwelling or dwelling unit is dilapidated, he shall state in writing his findings of fact to support such determination, and shall issue and cause to be served upon the owner or designee thereof an order directing and requiring the owner either to repair, alter or improve such dwelling or dwelling unit to comply with the minimum standards of fitness established by this chapter, or else to vacate, remove or demolish the dwelling or dwelling unit within a specified performance period not to exceed 90 days.
   (D)   If the structure meets the criterion of a neglected, vacant, or abandoned structure, prepare an "Intent to Repair Order" and include the maintenance standards required during the performance periods.
(Ord. 16-12, passed 11-15-16)