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(a) Any and all notices, findings and orders required by this Chapter may be served by any of the following methods:

(1) By personal service on each Responsible Party. (Ord. 2576, § 5, 6/27/2017)

(2) By first class and certified mail, postage prepaid, return receipt requested, to each Responsible Party at the address of shown on the last available equalized secured property tax assessment roll for the Property on which the Violation occurred or exists, or any other address of each Responsible Party otherwise known by the Code Enforcement Unit, and by posting in a prominent and conspicuous place on the Property at which the Violation occurred or exists or abutting public right-of-way; however, if access is denied because a common entrance to the property is restricted by a locked gate or similar impediment, the Property may be posted at that locked gate or similar impediment. Service by certified mail and posting shall be deemed complete on the date a notice, finding or order has been both mailed and posted as set forth herein. (Ord. 2138a, §1, 12/3/1996; Ord. 2576, § 5, 6/27/2017; Ord. 2585, § 6, 11/7/2017)

(b) The failure of the Code Enforcement Unit to serve, or attempt to serve, any notice, finding or order on any person required herein shall not invalidate any proceedings set forth in this Chapter as to any other person duly served. If no address is known, or can be identified, by the Code Enforcement Unit, any and all notices, findings and orders required by this Chapter shall be so mailed to such person at the address of the Property on which the Violation occurred or exists. The failure of any Responsible Party to accept, or otherwise receive any notice, finding or order required by this Chapter, shall not affect the validity of any proceeding initiated hereunder. (Ord. 2138a, §1, 12/3/1996; Ord. 2272, 4/23/2002; Ord. 2576, § 5, 6/27/2017)