A. If a condition referred to in a stop order is not abated within ten days of the posting of the order, the board of supervisors may hold a hearing to determine whether the condition should be abated by the county and whether the cost of such abatement shall be specially assessed against the parcel of land where the work occurred which caused the condition. Notice of the purpose, date, time and place of the hearing shall be sent by registered or certified mail to the owner of the parcel and by regular mail to all other persons to whom the stop order was mailed. The notice shall be given no less than five days before the hearing.
B. At the hearing the owner or his agent may appear and present evidence and reasons why the cost of such abatement should not be specially assessed against the parcel.
C. At the conclusion of the hearing, the board may order the condition abated by the health officer and may order the cost of such abatement to be specially assessed against the parcel.
(Ord. 94-13 § 1 (part), 1994.)