Monday, July 17, 2017

Special Assessment Liens for Unpaid boarding-up charges

On the consent Agenda Tuesday night are certain properties that have unpaid boarding and securing charges even though the city bends over backwards to work with these owners. Now. the city is going after them and attempting to clean up this city one property at a time.

Pursuant to the provisions of sections 9-2.2(a) through 9-2.2(t) of the Code of Ordinances (the “Unsafe Building Abatement Code”), the owners of certain parcels of real property were notified of the existence of an unsafe structure which was determined to create a hazard declared to be a public nuisance and a violation of the City’s Unsafe Building Abatement Code. Certain owners failed to abate such nuisances and the City or its contractor, in accordance with the procedures set forth in the Unsafe Building Abatement Code.

It is recommended that in accordance with section 9-2.2(q) of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Lake Worth, the costs incurred to abate said nuisances, which are assessed against the respective property owners as special assessment liens, be hereby documented and recorded against the properties in the Public Records of the Palm Beach County, Florida.

The properties:
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