Code Enforcement Board
The Code Enforcement Board is a quasi-judicial governing body that hears appeals concerning citations for code violations. CEB implements remedies and imposes fines through application of standards in the International Property Maintenance Code.
Note: All meetings are on the second Thursday of odd months and start at 9:00 am in the City Council Chambers on the 2nd floor of City Hall: 126 East Public Square (unless otherwise notified).
- Bill Anderson
- Rondal Buford
- Abby Medford
- Joan Norris
- R. P. Watson
- Danny Basil – City Attorney
Code Enforcement Board Determines:
- Whether a violation was actually committed
- Dismissal of violation citations that are not proven
- Issuance of orders sanctioning fines up to the maximum
- Request for timely remedies of ongoing violations
- Waiver of charges on special circumstances
- Extensions for resolving a code violation must be in writing including sound justification that original timeframe allotted for meeting compliance measures was inadequate.
- Appeals to cited violations must be filed within 7 day. Notification of hearing is sent to all parties.
Final Orders Involve:
Liens placed on the property in violation
30-day period to file appeal to CEB decision in District Court
Uncontested decisions deem CEB orders final, property owner responsible for fines, fees and charges incurred in correction of violation and hearing process.