What do I do if I receive a letter or a warning notice?

Courtesy Notices: This letter is intended to merely advise you that a violation of an applicable law has been observed. After receipt of the letter, you may: Correct the problem. Contact the Code Enforcement Officer assigned to review compliance options. If you have not corrected the violation, as identified in the Courtesy Notice, you may be subject to additional enforcement action. If it is determined that a violation exists on the property, you will be notified by an official “Notice and Order to Abate” or “Administrative Notice.” The notice will state specific Code sections for which you are in violation, the remedies available to you, and any fines, charges, and/or penalties that you will be assessed. If you receive one of these official “Notices,” you should contact the Code Enforcement Officer assigned to your case as soon as possible.

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3. What do I do if I receive a letter or a warning notice?
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