2018 California Code
Business and Professions Code - BPC
CHAPTER 2.6 - Ordinances Governing On-Premise Advertising Displays
Section 5499.7.


At the time stated in the notices, the legislative body of the city or county shall hear and consider all objections to the proposed removal of the on-premises advertising display. It may continue the hearing from time to time. By motion or resolution at the conclusion of the hearing, the legislative body shall allow or overrule any objections. At that time, the legislative body acquires jurisdiction to proceed and perform the work of removal.

The decision of the legislative body is final. If objections have not been made or after the legislative body has disposed of those made, it shall order the enforcement officer to abate the nuisance by having the display removed. The order shall be made by motion or resolution.

(Added by Stats. 1987, Ch. 1281, Sec. 6.)

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