Ordinance Section 92.22
Lien Holder Notification System
The city shall obtain and maintain priority over previously filed liens, as provided in (section 92.21), in accordance with the following provisions:
(A) Individuals and entities, including but not limited to lienholders, may register with the city to receive electronic notification of final orders entered pursuant to this chapter.
(B) In order to receive the notification, the registrant shall submit the following information to the City Clerk
(2) Mailing address:
(3) Phone number, and
(4) Electronic mailing address.
(C) A registrant may use the electronic form provided on the city website to submit the information required by division (B) of this section. It shall be the responsibility of the registrant to maintain and update the required contact information with the city. The city shall inform a registrant of any evidence received that the electronic mailing address is invalid or not functional so that the registrant may provide an updated electronic mailing address.
(D) Once per month, the city shall send electronic mail notification of all final orders entered pursuant to this chapter since the last date of notification to each party registered pursuant to this section. The notification shall provide an electronic link to the city code enforcement database located on the city website. The database shall include the following information regarding each final order:
(1) The name of the person charged with a violation;
(2) The physical address of the premises where the violation occurred
(3) The last known mailing address for the owner of the premises where the violation occurred;
(4) A copy of the full citation;
(5) A copy of the full final order or summary of the order; and
(6) The status of the final order regarding its ability to be appealed pursuant to this chapter.
(E) if an appeal is filed on a final order pursuant to this chapter, the city shall send electronic mail notification to all registrants.
(F) Within ten (10) days of the issuance of a final order pursuant to this chapter, the city shall update its code enforcement database to reflect the issued final order, and shall post the notification required by division (D) of this section containing an updated link to the code enforcement database on the city website.
(G) The city shall maintain the records created under this section for ten (10) years following their issuance. (Ord. 0-2016-14, passed 8-22-16)
This notification system was created pursuant to KRS Section 65.8828, commonly known as "House Bill 422".