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A. At the time stated in the notices, the city council shall hear and consider all objections or protests, shall receive testimony and other evidence from owners, witnesses and parties interested relative to such alleged public nuisance and as to rehabilitation of such premises by the watering, pruning or trimming, or by other abatement thereof, and may continue the hearing from time to time.
B. Upon the conclusion of said hearing, the city council shall allow or overrule any or all of said protests. If the city council finds that good and sufficient cause does exist why said premises should be rehabilitated, or oak tree(s) should be watered pruned, trimmed, or treated, the city council shall prepare and file a report of such findings with the city clerk.
C. Following said public hearing, the city council may by resolution order the director to abate said nuisance, after a period of thirty (30) days, by having the oak tree(s) watered, pruned, trimmed, treated, or the nuisance otherwise abated, and the director and his or her authorized representatives are hereby expressly authorized to enter upon private property for that purpose. (Ord. 9907 § 2 (part), 1999)