Contents of Notice

The Notice set forth in section 7.30.160 shall be in writing and shall:

A. Identify the person(s) in possession or control of the apiary, if known, or if reasonably identifiable by inspection of the apiary.

B. Identify the owner(s) of the property upon which the nuisance exists, as named in the records of the county assessor, and identify the occupant(s), if other than the owner(s), and if known or reasonably identifiable.

C. Describe the location of such property by its commonly used street address, giving the name or number of the street, road or highway and the number, if any, of the property.

D. Identify such property by reference to the assessor’s parcel number.

E. Contain a statement that a violation of this chapter exists and that it has been determined by the Commissioner to be a public nuisance described in this chapter.

F. Describe the nuisance that exists and the actions required to abate it.

G. Contain a statement that the person(s) in possession or control of the apiary is required to abate the nuisance within fourteen (14) calendar days after the date that said Notice was served.

H. Contain a statement that the person(s) in possession or control of the apiary, or the owner or occupant of the location premises, may, within ten (10) calendar days after the date that said Notice was served, make a request in writing to the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors for a hearing to appeal the determination of the Commissioner that the conditions existing constitute a public nuisance or to show other cause why those conditions should not be abated in accordance with the provisions of this chapter.

I. Contain a statement that unless the person(s) in possession or control of the apiary or the owner or occupant of the location premises abates the nuisance or requests a hearing before the Board of Supervisors within the time prescribed in the Notice, the Commissioner will abate the nuisance. It shall also state that the abatement costs, including administrative costs, may be made a special assessment added to the County assessment roll and become a lien on the real property or be placed on the unsecured tax roll.
(Ord. 1201 § 1, 2008)