What is the definition of a junk vehicle?
Sec. 12-124. Procedure for abating and removing nuisance.
(a) Private property: A junked vehicle as defined herein, or a part thereof, found on private property shall be and hereby is declared a public nuisance. Notice of not less than ten days, mailed by certified mail or registered mail with a five day return requested, shall be given to the last known registered owner of the junked motor vehicle, any lien holder of record and the owner or occupant of the private premises whereupon such public nuisance exists, stating the nature of the public nuisance on private property and that such public nuisance must be removed and abated within ten days, and further that a request for a hearing upon such removal and statement must be made before the expiration of said ten day period. If the post office address of the last known registered owner of the motor vehicle is unknown, notice may be placed on the motor vehicle, or, if the last known registered owner is physically located, the notice may be hand delivered. If the notice is returned undelivered by the United States Post Office, official action by the city to abate said nuisance shall be continued to a date not less than ten days from the date of such return.

(b) Public property and public right-of-way: A junked vehicle as defined herein, or a part thereof, found on public property or on a public right-of-way shall be and hereby is deemed a public nuisance. Notice of not less than ten days, mailed by certified or registered mail with a five day return requested, shall be given to the last known registered owner of the junked motor vehicle, any lien holder of record and the owner or occupant of the premises adjacent to the public property or the public right-of-way whereupon such public nuisance exists. Such notice shall state the nature of the public nuisance on the public property or public right-of-way and that it must be removed and abated within ten days, and further that a request for a hearing upon such removal and abatement must be made before the expiration of said ten days period. If the notice is returned undelivered by the United States Post Office, official action to abate said nuisance shall be continued to a date not less than ten days from the date of such return. Code Enforcement 817-410-3159 or 817-410-3124

Chapter 12, Health and Sanitation

Section 12-124, Procedure for abating and removing

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