A. The health officer may order and cause the immediate abatement of any condition without notice if he finds that the public health, safety or welfare are immediately threatened or endangered by the condition and the circumstances require abatement before the owner can be notified of the condition, or if so notified, before abatement can be accomplished by the owner.
B. A complete report shall be rendered by the health officer to the board of supervisors at its next regular meeting. The board may hold a hearing under the provisions of Section 7.32.100 to determine whether the cost of such emergency abatement should be specially assessed against the parcel where the work occurred which caused the condition.
(Ord. 94-13 § 1 (part), 1994.)