1.14.030 ADMINISTRATIVE COMPLIANCE ORDER.
(a) Issuance. An enforcement officer may issue a written compliance order, providing a reasonable time for correction of not less than 10 working days, to any person responsible for a municipal code violation.
(b) Contents of Administrative Compliance Order. A compliance order issued pursuant to this chapter shall contain the following information: the date and location of the violation; the section of this code violated and a description of the violation; the action required to correct the violation; the time period after which administrative penalties will begin to accrue if compliance with the order has not been achieved; and the amount of penalties that will begin to accrue.
(c) Compliance and Failure to Comply. If the enforcement official determines that all violations have been corrected within the time specified in the compliance order or within any amended orders, the enforcement official shall so advise each party to whom the compliance order was addressed. If full compliance is not achieved within the time specified in the compliance order or within any amended orders, the enforcement official shall schedule a hearing before the Community Relations Commission.
(d) Administrative Order by Community Relations Commission. If the Community Relations Commission determines that a violation occurred which was not corrected within the time period specified in the compliance order, the Commission shall issue an administrative order which imposes any or all of the following: an order to correct code violations, including a schedule for correction, if appropriate; administrative penalties; and administrative costs of enforcement.
(e) Administrative Penalties. The Community Relations Commission may impose administrative penalties for each day during which a violation occurs after compliance was ordered. Administrative penalties assessed by the Commission shall be due by the date specified in the administrative order.