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(a) In the event that all the remaining identified nuisances have not been cured within seven days following mailing of the notice, and the owner has not filed an appeal with the City Manager, the City may at any time thereafter enter onto the property and cure all remaining previously-identified nuisances.
(b) In the event that the owner has appealed the notice to the City Manager, and after the City Manager finds that one or more of the cited nuisances continue to exist after the extended compliance period, the City may, at its option, within seven days after the violator's actual or constructive receipt of the City Manager's decision, enter upon the property and cure all nuisances cited in the original notice which remain.
(c) In the event that the City elects to enter onto the property to cure nuisances as authorized in subsection (a) or (b) above, the City may, at its option, and without further notice to the owner, lessee, agent, tenant, occupant or other person having possession or charge of such property, continue to enter upon the property from time to time in order to maintain control of the identified nuisances, so long as the property remains titled in the name of the originally-notified owner in the official records of the Auditor of Butler County, Ohio. This right shall continue for the entire calendar year.
(d) The City shall not be responsible for any damage done to the premises under the authorization provided in subsections (a), (b) and (c) above and shall have the right to invoice the owner for all such work performed at the liquidated cost of $120.00 per on-site man-hour, including all equipment, equipment maintenance, supplies, and overhead costs, with a minimum charge of $300.00.
(e) If the owner does not pay for the work performed by the City pursuant to the above subsections (a), (b) or (c) within thirty days following the mailing of each invoice, the City may without further notice recover the amounts authorized by the above subsection (d) using the collection procedures set forth in Ohio R.C. 715.261 or any other legal means of collection.
(Ord. 13-2012. Passed 6-21-12.)