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Per Codified Ordinance 557.01 “Weeds, no more than 6 inches."
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First, the identity of the property owner is determined. Next, the property address is given to an inspector to verify the violation. The inspector’s report is returned within 2 to 5 days. Next, A certified letter is mailed to the property owner. Depending on the violations, property owners may be given from 2 weeks to 1 month to abate the violations. Next, the inspector is sent out to check if violations have been corrected. If violations haven’t been corrected, a final notice is mailed and the property owner is given 7 to 10 days to abate. Again, the inspector will check the results. If not abated, a Court Notice letter will be sent. Finally, if there is still failure to abate, this property will be filed in court.
The homeowner must file the complaint in writing; provide a copy of their contract with the contractor, and a copy of their cancelled check front and back. The inspector will inspect for any code violations. The inspector sends the contractor a letter listing the code violations that must be corrected.