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BULLET St. Louis City Revised Code Chapter 25.64 Demolition, Repair, Board Up or Clean Up—Costs

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Chapter 25.64
Demolition, Repair, Board Up or Clean Up—Costs

Sections:

25.64.010 Certified--Sent to Comptroller.
25.64.020 Special tax bill prepared--Sent to Collector of Revenue.
25.64.030 Constitutes personal debt and property lien.

25.64.010 Certified--Sent to Comptroller.

Whenever the Building Commissioner, or his designated officer, issues an order whereby a building or structure is demolished, repaired, boarded up or the property is cleaned up as a result of a violation of the building code which renders the condition of the building or structure detrimental to the health, safety, or welfare of the residents thereof, and therefore constitutes a public nuisance, the cost of the demolition, repair, board up or clean up shall be certified, by the Building Commissioner, and sent to the Office of the Comptroller.
(Ord. 63800 1, 1996.)

25.64.020 Special tax bill prepared--Sent to Collector of Revenue.

Upon receipt of the certified costs of the activity outlined in Section 25.64.010, the Office of the Comptroller shall prepare a special tax bill for the amount of the cost certified and shall immediately send the special tax bill to the Collector of Revenue for collection as provided in Chapter 5.08.010 et seq. of the Revised Code of the City of St. Louis.
(Ord. 63800 2, 1996.)

25.64.030 Constitutes personal debt and property lien.

From the date of issuance of the special tax bill by the Office of the Comptroller, it shall be deemed a personal debt of the owner of the property and shall also constitute a lien on the property until paid.
(Ord. 63800 3, 1996.)

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