A. When the borough summarily removes an encroachment, the borough shall store the encroachment for a period of 30 days and notify its owner of the opportunity to retrieve the item(s), subject to the payment of storage costs and the expenses, or to request a hearing pursuant to this chapter.
B. The borough will not store removed encroachments when the encroachment is a driveway, earthwork, culvert, ditch, or other construction that, because of its nature, was necessarily destroyed during removal.
C. If the borough cannot identify the encroachment’s owner after reasonable inquiry, then the borough shall publish notice of intent to dispose of the encroachment in a newspaper of general circulation at least 20 days before disposing of the encroachment. This notice shall briefly describe the item and explain how to retrieve the item(s), subject to the payment of storage costs and expenses, and of the right to request a hearing within 30 days of the notice. (Ord. 2019-08 § 4, 2019.)