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The Enforcement Official may remove a junk vehicle in accordance herewith if no request for hearing is received within the period prescribed by Section 352-15. (Ord. 2576, § 7, 6/27/2017)
The Enforcement Official shall have authority to remove a junk vehicle upon the order of the hearing officer five (5) days after the mailing of a copy of the decision and order of the hearing officer to the landowner and to the vehicle owner. (Ord. 2576, § 7, 6/27/2017)
The Enforcement Official shall remove junk vehicles in accordance with the terms of any applicable franchise agreement entered into by the County. In the absence of such a franchise agreement the Sheriff may execute a contract for the removal of the vehicle in accordance with such terms and conditions as the Board of Supervisors may from time to time establish. (Ord. 2576, § 7, 6/27/2017)
Junk vehicles may be disposed of by removal to a scrap yard, automobile dismantler’s yard, and other site designated by the Enforcement Official. (Ord. 2576, § 7, 6/27/2017)
After a junk vehicle has been removed, it shall not be reconstructed or made operable. (Ord. 746, § 11, 1/12/1971; Ord. 2093, § 1, 10/17/1995)