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Sec. 54-240. - Enforcement of article.
Whenever the chief of police shall find any vehicles or appliances, as described in this article, placed or stored in the open upon private property within the city, he shall notify the owner of such property on which such vehicle or appliance is stored of the violation of this article. If such vehicle or appliance is not removed within five days, the police department shall cause to be issued a citation to the property owner or tenant of the property upon which such vehicle or appliance is stored.
If such vehicle or appliance is not removed within ten days after issuance of a citation, the chief of police shall cause the vehicle or appliance to be removed and impounded and it shall thereafter be disposed of as prescribed in sections 78-421—78-424 by the chief of police or his duly authorized representative. Any costs incurred in the removal and sale of such vehicle or appliance shall be recovered from the owner. However, if the owner of the vehicle or appliance cannot readily be found, the cost of such removal shall be charged to the property from which it is removed, which charges shall be entered as a special charge on the tax roll.
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