§ 93.51  PERFORMANCE OF CLEARING WORK BY CITY UPON DEFAULT OF PROPERTY OWNER.
   In the event any owner shall fail or refuse to remedy any of the conditions prohibited by § 93.50, within ten days after notice to do so, the city may do the work or cause the same to be done, and pay therefor, and charge the expenses in doing or having the work done or improvements made, to the owners of the property, whereupon the charge shall be a personal liability of the owner to the city. The notice may be in writing, served upon the owner in person by an officer or employee of the city, or may be by letter addressed to the owner at his or her post office address, or if personal service may not be had, or the owner’s address or his or her address be not known, then notice may be given by publishing a brief summary of the order as many as two times within ten consecutive days in some daily newspaper of general circulation published in the city addressed “Sanitary Improvements”, “To Whom It May Concern”, and the publication shall be deemed sufficient notice.
(Ord. 76-8-10A, passed 8-10-1976)