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Board to consider unsafe buildings

PULASKI — Pulaski County Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing this evening to consider a draft ordinance to address unsafe structures in the county.
The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in the supervisors’ meeting room in the Central Administration Building on Third Street N.W.
Under the draft ordinance, the owner or owners of any building, wall or other structure deemed by the county building official or county administrator to be unsafe must repair, secure or remove the unsafe situation.
Notification will be made to the owner or owners through certified mail, with return receipt, to the “last known address maintained on the current tax records.” The county also must publish the notification at least once a week for two successive weeks in a newspaper with general circulation in Pulaski County
Should the owner fail to comply, the county will be authorized (under the ordinance) to take action to render the property safe. The owner has 30 days from the latest notification to remedy the situation.
Should the county have to address the issue, reimbursement of costs of notifications and taking necessary actions to remove the safety issue will be billed to the property owner or owners. The county treasurer will be authorized to collect any unpaid debts in the same manner as collecting real estate taxes.
Unpaid bills will result in a lien being placed on property.

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Board to consider unsafe buildings

PULASKI — Pulaski County Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing this evening to consider a draft ordinance to address unsafe structures in the county.
The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in the supervisors’ meeting room in the Central Administration Building on Third Street N.W.
Under the draft ordinance, the owner or owners of any building, wall or other structure deemed by the county building official or county administrator to be unsafe must repair, secure or remove the unsafe situation.
Notification will be made to the owner or owners through certified mail, with return receipt, to the “last known address maintained on the current tax records.” The county also must publish the notification at least once a week for two successive weeks in a newspaper with general circulation in Pulaski County
Should the owner fail to comply, the county will be authorized (under the ordinance) to take action to render the property safe. The owner has 30 days from the latest notification to remedy the situation.
Should the county have to address the issue, reimbursement of costs of notifications and taking necessary actions to remove the safety issue will be billed to the property owner or owners. The county treasurer will be authorized to collect any unpaid debts in the same manner as collecting real estate taxes.
Unpaid bills will result in a lien being placed on property.

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