Sec. 20A-1-140. Stop work order.

Whenever the director of public works determines that an action being taken is in conflict with this chapter, he shall cause to be issued a stop work order which shall prohibit such action. The stop work order shall set forth the alleged violations and may list remedies to be taken to correct the violations. The person receiving the stop work order shall report in writing to the director of public works within forty-eight hours regarding the steps to be taken to correct the violations or to appeal the posting of the stop work order. The stop work order shall remain in effect until a finding is made that the circumstances giving rise to its order no longer exist. Any party receiving a stop work order may appeal through the process outlined in Section 20A-1-150. (Ord. No. 1230, § 4 (part); Ord. No. 1300 § 4 (part).)