(A)   The city may, upon notice to the permittee, retain such experts, including but not limited to engineers, sanitarians, hydrologists and attorneys, to advise and represent the city in connection with its determination that a permittee is in noncompliance, as that term is defined in § 40.11 and/or, that a permit should be revoked.  In the event that the city does determine that a permittee is in noncompliance and the permit is finally revoked, the permittee shall reimburse the city for the reasonable costs incurred in connection with the retention of such experts.
   (B)   In addition to any other method allowed by law pursuant to which the city can recover the costs it incurs in connection with the permit revocation proceedings, including those authorized by division (A) of this section, the city may, at its discretion, collect on any bond or letter of credit required of the permittee.
   (C)   Nothing in this section is intended to limit the remedies available to the city.
(Ord. 900220, passed 2-20-1990)