Sec. 14A-1-5.1. Recordation of notice.

(a) Whenever the community development director or designated representative determines that a nuisance, as defined in this chapter, exists, the community development director or designated representative may record a notice of code violation with the office of the county recorder. The community development director or designated representative shall notify the owner of record, as shown on the most recent tax roll, of the recordation. The owner may request an office hearing with the community development director within twenty-one calendar days after receipt of the notice of intent to record the notice of code violation.
(b) At such time as the community development director or designated representative determines that the nuisance has been corrected or removed, the community development director or designated representative shall submit a release of notice of code violation to the office of the county recorder. A fee, as set forth by resolution of the city council, may be charged to the property owner for submittal of a release of notice of code violation. (Ord. No. 1306, § 5.)