(a)    Should the Nuisance Officer find that because of a public nuisance, the public safety, health or welfare is in immediate danger and is of sufficient severity to require summary abatement, he may give notice as provided for in Section 1341.03 and require that the nuisance be abated within twenty-four (24) hours, and that if not abated within that time, it shall be abated by the Village and the cost thereof assessed and collected as provided for in Section 1341.08. The notice, however, in this instance, shall be served only upon the owner of record of the property affected, and any legal and equitable lienholders of record.
   (b)    The appellate procedure provided for in Section 1341.05 shall also apply in the case of summary abatement, except that:
      (1)    The time for filing an appeal shall be within twenty-four (24) hours from the time of service of the notice to abate;
      (2)    The transmission of the notice and papers by the Nuisance Officer shall be within twenty-four (24) hours from the time he receives the notice of the appeal;
      (3)    The hearing by the Board shall be held within seventy-two (72) hours after it receives the notice and papers from the Nuisance Officer and a decision shall be rendered within forty-eight (48) hours of the hearing.
         (Ord. 1998-28. Passed 9-1-98.)