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0179 Unlicensed or Abandoned Vehicles 1977ORDINANCE NO. 179 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CHUBBUCK, IDAHO, GOVERNING VEHICLES THAT DO NOT BEAR LICENSES OR SAFETY INSPECTION CERTIFICATES AS REQUIRED BY LAW OR T}~T ARE STRUCTUP~LLY DAMAGED, DISMANTLED, PARTIALLY DISMANTLED, JUNKED, ABAI~DONED OR DISCARDED; DEFINING THE TE~4S USED IN THIS ORDINANCE; PROHIBITING AS A NUISANCE THE STORING, PARKING, LEAVING OR ABANDONING OF SUCH VEHICLES: FIXING RESPONSIBILITY FOR REMOVAL OF SUCH VEHICLES; PROVIDING FOR NOTICE AND HEARING PRIOR TO DISPOSITION OF SUCH VEHICLES BY THE CITY; AUTHORIZING DISPOSITION BY DESTRUCTION OR PUBLIC SALE; PERMITTING REDE~{PTION OF IMPOUNDED VEHICLES; PROVIDING FOR SPECIAL PERMIT AND FEE; SPECIFYING PENALTIES FOR VIOLATION OF THIS ORDII~NCE; PROTECTING THE REMAINING PROVISIONS OF THIS ORDInaNCE IF ONE PROVISION SHOULD BE HELD INVALID; REPEALING ALL OTHER ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT WITH THIS ORDINANCE, TO THE EXTENT OF SUCH CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING, WHEN THIS ORDINANCE SHALL BECO~ EFFECTIVE. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE ~YOR AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHUBBUCK, IDAHO: SECTION 1: Definitions. For the purpose of this ordinance, the following terms, phrases, words and their derivations, shall have the meanings ascribed herein. When not inconsistent with the context, words used in the present tense shall include the future, plural words shall include the singular, and singular words shall include the plural. The word "shall" is always mandatory and not merely directory. a. "Director of traffic" shall mean the Chief of Police or other city employee designated by the Mayor to serve in this capacity. b. "Vehicle" shall mean any vehicle which is self-propelled and/or designed to travel along the ground, on water or through the air, including, but not limited to, aircraft, watercraft, automobiles, buses, motor bikes, motorcycles, motor scooters, trucks, motor homes, tractors, go-carts, and golf carts, as well as parts or appurtenances thereto; and it shall also include campers and trailers which are neither inhabited nor affixed to a foundation. c. "Subject vehicle" is any vehicle, as defined above, which does not have lawfully affixed thereto both an unexpired license plate or plates and a current vehicle safety .inspect. ion certificate, if the same are. required by lJw, or.which is"struc~urally damaged, .dismantled, partially ; dismantled, .junked, abandoned or discarded. SECTION 2: Prohibition and Declaration of Nuisance. No persons shall park, st6re, leave,-abandon, or permit the parking, stOring, leav'ing or abandonment of any subject vehicle as defined'above, '.whEther attended or not, upon any public or pti.va~e property'within the .City for a period of time exceed, i,~n.g..twenty-f0ur (24) hours. 'The presence of an "" ~, ',. :' · . . ." .! '' · - '.-.,: '~, inoperative.'V'eh'i6fe, or.p"ar~ ~,. thereof; -.on. p~ivate or public property'i~'hereby ~declared to .be~a,.nuisance in that it represents a serious hazard to the public health, safety, convenience ~and welfare 6f'.the residents of the City'. Such nuisance may be abated as provided below. However, this ordinance shall not apply to: a. Any.vehicle completely enclosed within a building on private property or any vehicle held in.connection with a business enterprise lawfully licensed by the City and located in an area where such a business is permitted by the zoning laws of the City. b. Any vehicle in operable condition specifically adapted or designed for opera:ion on drags:rips or raceways. c. ' Any vehicle which is in the process of restoration and which the director of traffic finds to be a bona fide collector's item. d. Any vehicle governed by Idaho Code §49-752, to the extent that it applies to vehicles within incorporated cities. SECTION 3: Responsibility. Upon proper notice and opportunity to be heard as specified below, the owner of a subject vehicle, and the owner or occuoant of the private property on which Such vehicle is located, either or all of them, shall be responsible for its prompt removal. In the event of removal and disposition by the City, the owner of the vehicle, and/or the owner or occupant of the private property where the vehicle is located, shall be liable for the expenses incurred; provided, that such liability shall not attach to the owner or occupant of the property if it satisfactorily appears to the director of traffic that the vehicle in question was placed on said property without the owner's or occupant's prior knowledge, permission, or subsequent acquiescence. SECTION 4: Notice and Hearing. Whenever it comes to the attention of the director of traffic that any nuisance as defined in Section 2 above exists within the City, a notice in writing shall be served upon the owner of the vehicle and the occupant of the property where the nuisance exists, or in case there is no such occupant then upon the owner of the property or his agent, notifying them of the existence of the nuisance and requesting its removal within fifteen (15) days following issuance of the notice. The notice shall further advise that upon failure to comply with its terms, the City or its designee shall undertake such removal with the costs incurred thereby to be levied against the owner of the vehicle and/or the owner or occupant of the property. If the owner of the vehicle, and the owner or occupant of the property, cannot be located personally, it shall constitute sufficient notice if a copy of the same is posted in a conspicuous place upon the property and duplicate copies of the notice are sent by certified mail to the owner of the vehicle and the owner or occupant of the property, if known, at their last known addresses. Persons to whom notices are directed or their duly authorized agents, may file a written request for hearing before the Chubbuck City Council within the 15-day period prescribed herein, for the purpose of showing cause why they should not be required to comply with the terms of this ordinance. Such -3- hearing shall be held at the next regularly scheduled meeting of the Chubbuck City Council at least five (5) days after the filing of the request for hearing, and the persons to whom notices are directed shall be advised by ordinary mail or personal delivery of the time and place of said hearing at least five (5) days in advance thereof. The time remaining for compliance with the notice shall be tolled upon the filing of a request for hearing and shall not again commence to run until the hearing has been conducted and the City Council has issued its decision. At any such hearing, the City and the persons to whom notices have been directed may introduce such witnesses and evidence as either party deems necessary. The City Council shall decide whether or not the vehicle in question should be impounded (unless impoundment has already occurred as authorized below) and subject to disposition pur- suant to this ordinance. Notwithstanding the foregoing provisions of this section, if the director of traffic reasonably determines that the condition and location of a subject vehicle are such that the vehicle represents a clear, present and serious hazard to life, safety or health, he shall, without delay, attempt to ascertain the identity of its owner and of the owner or occupant of property on which it is found, and shall personally serve upon such person(s) a written demand that the vehicle be removed within twenty-four (24) hours. If the identity of such person(s) cannot be readily ascertained, or if there is a failure to comply with the demand for removal, the director of traffic may remove and impound the vehicle as provided below, and shall give notice of such action in the manner prescribed in Section 5 below. Opportunity for hearing shall be granted as provided above, except that (a) hearing may be requested after either notice to remove or notice of impoundment, and that (b) the person(s) receiving -4- notice may request, an shall receive upon request, an accelerated hearing before a quorum of the Chubbuck City Council at a special meeting conducted no later than seven (7) days after filing the request for such hearing. Notice of such hearing shall be personally delivered or sent by ordinary mail no less than five (5) days in advance thereof. SECTION 5: Removal and 'Impoundment~ by City. If the violation described in the notice has not been remedied within the compliance period, or if a hearing has been conducted and the compliance period has expired following affirmance of the violation by the City Council, the director of traffic or his designee, is authorized to take possession of the vehicle in question and remove it from the premises where it is located. It shall be unlawful for any person to inter- fere with, hinder or deny access to the director of traffic or his designee attempting to remove a vehicle as authorized by this ordinance. Within forty-eight (48) hours of the removal of such vehicle, the director of traffic shall give notice to the owner of the vehicle, to any known lien- holder, and also to the owner or occupant of the property from which the vehicle was removed, if known, that said vehicle has been impounded and stored for violation of this ordinance. The notice shall specify the location where the vehicle is stored, and state the costs incurred by the City for its removal and storage. Notice shall be delivered personally or sent by ordinary mail. SECTION 6: Disposition. If sixty days elapse after removing a vehicle and giving notice as authorized above, during which the vehicle has not been claimed and the City's costs paid, the City shall cause the vehicle to be appraised. If the vehicle is appraised at less than the costs incurred (including the advertising costs that would be incurred if the vehicle(s) were sold at public auction), the director of traffic may then summarily dispose of the vehicle and execute -5- an appropriate certificate of sale or destruction. One copy of such certificate shall be filed with the City Clerk and another copy shall be forwarded to the appropriate office of the Idaho Transportation Department. If the vehicle is appraised in excess of costs as described above, the director of traffic shall post prominently in the City municipal building and publish once in a newspaper of general circulation within the city, a notice of public sale not less than ten (10) days before the date of the proposed sale. Such notice of sale shall include (a) a statement that the sale is of property impounded by the City, (b) a description of the vehicle sufficient to identify it, and (c) a recitation of the date, time, and place of sale. The vehicle shall be sold for cash to the highest and best bidder. At the time of payment of the purchase price, the director of traffic shall execute an appropriate certificate of sale, the original to be given to the purchaser, one copy to be filed with the City Clerk, and another copy to be forwarded to the appropriate office of the Idaho Transportation Department. Should the sale for any reason be invalid, the liability of the City or its employees or agents shall be strictly limited to the amount of the purchase price received. Costs recovered in the course of any sale or distribution shall be deposited to the appropriate law enforcement budget of the City by the City Treasurer and any surplus proceeds shall be paid to the owner of the vehicle, or party holding a valid lien or security interest, if known. SECTION 7: Redemption. The owner of, or person asserting a lien or secured interest in, any vehicle impounded under the provisions of this ordinance may redeem such vehicle at any time after its removal but prior to its sale or destruc- tion upon proof of ownership, lien or secured interest, and payment to the City Clerk of such sum as the director of traffic -6- shall determine and fix for the actual and reasonable expense of removal and storage, plus any preliminary sale adver- tising eXpenses already incurred. Usual removal, storage and advertising expenses, reflecting the City's pattern of actual costs, shall be posted in the office of the director of traffic and shall be made available for public inspection. SECTION 8: Special Permit ~and Fee. Upon application of any person for a special permit, accompanied by payment in cash, certified ch~eck or money order of the sum of T~NTY-FIVE DOLLARS ($25.00), the director of traffic shall cause a permit to be issued for salvage of parts from one vehicle and/or for necessary repair of an existing vehicle. Such permit shall be valid for a period not exceeding thirty (30) days. No more than two (2) such permits may be obtained by any person or household during any twelve (12)-month period. I~en a permit has expired, if inspection by the director of traffic or his designee discloses that the unused salvage has been removed and/or the vehicle repaired by the permittee, the fee herein specified shall be refunded; but if such salvage has not been removed and/or the vehicle repaired within the specified time period, the director of traffic or his designee shall issue a notice to remove as provided in Section 4 above and shall proceed as directed by this ordinance. The permit fee shall be retained, crediting it against the City's cost. SECTION 9: ~Penalties. a. Upon failure of compliance with this ordinance by the owner of a vehicle or by the owner or occupant of property from which such vehicle has been removed by the City, the City may file a civil action against any or all of them to recover the unpaid expenses incurred by such removal, including litigation costs and a reasonable attorney's fee. In addition, as part of or separately from the civil action, -7- the City may cause a lien or special assessment to be placed directly upon the property where the vehicle was located for the amount of such expenses. b. Any violation of a provision of this ordinance shall be unlawful and punishable as a misdemeanor. Each day that such violation continues with respect to each vehicle may be deemed a separate offense. Prosecution for such offense shall not preClude a civil action for recovery of costs as provided above. SECTION 10: ~ Inv'alidation Clause. If any section, paragraph, clause or provision of this ordinance is held invalid by any court of competent jurisdiction, for any reason, such holding shall not affect the validity or enforceability of any of the remaining provisions. SECTION 11:' Repeal 'of Confli~Ctin~ Ordinances. All prior ordinances and parts thereof, which cover the same subject matter governed by this ordinance, are hereby repealed. SECTION 12: Eff'ective Date. The rule requiring an ordinance to be read on three separate days is hereby dispensed with, and this ordinance shall become effective upon its approval and publication as provided by law. PASSED BY THE COUNCIL A~D APPROVED BY THE MAYOR of the City of Chubbuck, Idaho, this /~ day of ~.~zz_~ , 1977. U Mayor ATTEST: City Clerk -8- CHECKLIST FOR PROCESSING VIOLATION OF ORDINANCE NO. 179 Preliminary Note: Read the ordinance itself. This checklist is only a general guide. It is not comprehensive for all types of cases. Cas e No. I. Violation observed. Officer Date II. Case number assigned. III. Violation notice (either 24-hour or 15-day notice, as appropriate) delivered or posted. Date of Delivery Date of Posting Officer delivers notice (1) to the owner of the vehicle, if known, and (2) the occupant of the property upon which the vehicle is located (or the owner if the property is unoccupied). Officer notes on file copy of notice the date, time, place, and persons to whom notice was delivered and signs the certification. One or more of the persons cannot be located personally, the officer posts the notice conspic- uously on the property upon which the vehicle is located. Copies of the notice are sent by certified mail to the persons who could not be located personally, if known, at their last known addresses. The certified mail receipt is attached to the notice file copy. IV. Case number is posted on suspense calendar for reinspection either 24 hours or 15 days from the date notice is delivered, whichever is appropriate. V. Alternatives after notice period has expired and hearing (if any) before City Council has been completed. (See below for hearing procedure.) City Council orders that ordinance enforcement proceedings be discontinued, based upon information received at hearing. Case is closed with disposition note. Enforcement proceeding not discontinued but reinspec- tion shows vehicle or parts removed. Memorandum of appreciation sent to persons named on notice. Case is closed with note mentioning compliance. File is retained for a two-year period. C o Enforcement proceedings not discontinued and reinspection shows vehicle or parts are left in place. Select one of three enforcement methods: OR OR¸ A criminal complaint is signed by officer before a magistrate. Date: Police receive notice of plea of guilty and note disposition in file and reinspec- tion is scheduled. (1). Vehicle or parts removed. file with memorandum. Close (2). Vehicle or parts in place. enforcement method again. Select Police receive notice of plea of not guilty and send copy of file and photo of vehicle and/or parts to city attorney for processing. Police receive notice defendant found guilty at trial. Disoosition is noted. (Reinspec- tion scheduled~. (1). Items removed. memorandum. Close file with (2). Items in place. method again. Select enforcement Police receive notice defendant found not guilty at trial. Close file with disposition note. Copy of file and photo of vehicle and/or parts sent to city attorney for civil action to get injunction. (This method to be selected only for repeated cases or those involving several vehicles,~and flagrant violators.) Police receive notice of denial of injunc- tion - case is closed with a copy of the court minute entry. New enforcement method is chosen if nuisance continues to exist. Police receive notice that injunction is granted (property is reinspected), Injunc- tion copy is placed in file. (1). Vehicle and/or parts are removed-- case is closed with a memorandum to citizen (injunction remains on file for future use). (2) Vehicle and/or parts are not removed or are partially removed--send memo- randum to city attorney requesting contempt of court proceedings (file remains open with periodic inspec- .tions scheduled to check compliance). The vehicle and/or parts are to be removed by order of the director of traffic or his designee, a. Vehicle and/or parts are removed. - 2 - (1). Within 48 hours of the removal, the director of traffic gives notice to the owner of the vehicle, to any known lien holder, and to the owner or the occupant of the property from which the vehicle was removed. (IIotification procedure is same as set forth in III-A and III-B above. Go back and mark these in a different color for notification of removal than was used for notification of violation. Color used for violation: ; color used for removal .) A copy of the notice is attached to the file and officer notes on file copy of notice the date, time, place and person to whom notice was delivered and signs the certification. ~ (a). The vehicle is redeemed within 60 days from notice and the City' costs are paid. (i). The file is closed with a memorandum noting disposition. (b). The vehicle is not redeemed within 60 days. The Director of Traffic causes the vehicle to be appraised. (i). The appraisal is less than costs incurred (including advertising costs that would be incurred if vehicle(s) sold at public auction). The Director of Traffic disposes of the vehicle and executes appro- priate certificate of sale or destruction. (aa). Copy of certificate is sent to City Clerk. (bb). A copy of the certificate is forwarded to the Idaho Transportation Department. (ii). The appraisal is in excess of such costs. (aa). The Director of Traffic posts and publishes notice of sale at least 10 days prior to the date of proposed sale. Published notice placed in file. (bb). An auction is held and the vehicle is sold to the highest bidder for cash. (cc). The Director of Traffice executes an appropriate certificate of sale: the original is given to the purchaser; one copy filed with the City Clerk; another copy forwarded to the Idaho Transportation Department. - 3 - Citizen files hearing request with City Clerk. If a hearing is on a 24-hour notice to remove, a hearing date is set within seven days and the citizen is given notice personally or by ordinary mail no less than five (5) days prior to the date of the scheduled hearing. If the request stems from a 15-day notice, the time of hearing is scheduled at the next regular City Council meeting held not less than five days from the date of request and the citizen is given not less than five days notice personally or by ordinary mail to the hearing date. 3. A hearing is held by the City Council. Date: Enforcement of the ordinance is discontinued. (1). Copy of meeting notes put in file and file returned to police. (2). Case closed. b. Ordinance compliance required by council. (1). Clerk attaches copy of meeting notice to file and returns file to police. (2). Property reinspected. (a). Twenty-four hours after close of hearing (unless vehicle already impounded). (b). At the end of the 15-day period. (Time not counted from date hearing request filed until date of hearing.) (c). Determine that vehicle and/or parts are removed and close file with copy of appreciation memo- randum to citizen or citizens. (d). Vehicle and/or parts still in place. (i). Select enforcement method. Vehicle and/or parts are partially removed. 1. Select an enforcement method. Citizen applies for special permit. Hold $25 fee and note suspense calendar for reinspection in thirty days. Reinspection shows vehicle and/or parts have been removed or repaired. Send memorandum of appreciation to citizen, including refund of permit fee. Close file with a copy of memorandum. - 4 - Reinspection shows vehicle and/or parts still in place. Give notice and proceed as set forth in above. III et. seq. Proceeds of ordinance enforcement fail to cover costs. Contact attorney regarding advisability of civil action or imposition of lien. - 5 - City of Chubbuck 5160 Yellowstone CHUBBUCK, IDAHO 83201 NOTIFICATION OF APPARENT VIOLATION OF ORDINANCE NO. 179 TO: It has come to the attention of the Chubbuck City Police Department that there exists an apprent violation of Chubbuck City Ordinance No. 179 for which you are responsible. This ordinance governs vehicles that lack licenses or certificates required by law or that are struc- turally damaged, dismanteld, partially dismantled, junked, abandoned or discarded. The vehicle(s) and/or parts in question are found to be a nuisance within the meaning of the ordinance. The vehicle(s) and/or parts in question are also found to represent a clear, present and serious hazard to life, safety or.health. Pursuant to that ordin- ance, you are hereby granted 24 hours from the date you receive this notice (a) to comply with the ordinance by removing the vehicle(s) and/or parts in violation of the ordinance or (b) to submit a written request for hearing to the Chu~-~uck City Council through the City Clerk. If the specified time period elapses without compliance or the filing of a request for hearing, the City will then enforce the ordinance in one or more of the following ways: 1. Commence a criminal prosecution under the misdemeanor penalty of the ordinance, providing for a fine of up to $300 or a maximum thirty-day jail sentence. 2. File a complaint in district court for injunc- tive relief from current and future ordinance violations, under penalty of contempt of court. 3. Remove and impound the vehicle(s) or parts in question, bill the City's cost to you, and (if necessary) collect the bill by selling at auction the vehicle(s) and/or parts pursuant to the ordinance. Location of the property involved and description of the vehicle(s) and/or parts: The purpose of Ordinance #179 is to safeguard the health, safety and welfare of the inhabitants of the City of Chubbuck. Your cooperation by removing the vehicle(s) and/or parts apparently in violation of the ordinance will assist the City in accomplishing this purpose. The ordinance requires that the vehicle(s) and/or parts be removed from the property. Your property will be reinspected again so please act without delay. Thank you for your cooperation. CHUBBUCK CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT Date of Notice: City of Chubbuck .5160 Yellowstone CHUBBUCK, IDAHO 83201 CERTIFICATE OF SALE OR DISPOSITION OF UNCLAIMED PROPERTY PURSUANT TO ORDINANCE NO. 179 STATE OF IDAHO ) ) SS. COUNTY OF BANNOCK ) states the following: , being first duly sworn, 1. I am the duly appointed Chief of Police for the City of Chubbuck, Idaho; and in that capacity I am the Director of Traffic .designated by Chubbuck City Ordinance No. 179, which governs abandoned and inoperative vehicles. 2. Pursuant to said ordinance, I have performed the following actions, or caused them to be performed under my directions, as indicated by my initials: a. Impoundment of the following described vehicle(s) an-~or parts thereof, found to be a public nuisance: Notice of impoundment was given but the property was not re-claimed in compliance with the ordinance. b. Appraisal of said vehicle(s) and/or parts thereof, resuming in the following value(s): c. Notice of sale, posted in the City Offices and.publishe--~nce in the Idaho State Journal on the day of , 19__, with respect to any items valued in excess 0'f""the'"City's costs incurred. d. Sale or disposition of the vehicle(s) and/or parts thereo~o the following parties (names and addresses), for the consideration (if any) indicated, ~on the day of , 19 : The prior owner's certificate.of title for each item was was not available, ..... was ' ~ was not delivered to ~urchaser(s), and was was not endorsed "for junk Only." e. Transmission of proceeds from sale or disposition to the Chubbuck City Treasurer as provided in said ordinance, together with itemization of the City's costs. f. Additional information is attached and incorporate--d-~rein. of Chief of Police, City of Chubbuck SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN TO before me this day seal NOTARY PUBLIC FOR IDAHO Residing at City of Chubbuck 5160 Yellowstone CHUBBUCK, IDAHO 83201 NOTICE OF VEHICLE REMOVAL AND IMPOUNDMENT PmSUANT TO O INA CE TO: The vehicle(s) and/or parts described below have been impounded for violation of City Ordinance #~79. Possession of the vehicle(s) and/or parts may be regained during the next 60 days by appearing during business hours at the office of the Chubbuck City Police Department; proving ownership or interest in the impounded vehicle; and paying removal, advertising, and other costs incurred by the City for the handling of the vehicle and/or parts. 1. Vehicle and/or parts description: 2. Location where the items are stored: Costs incurred by the City: Tow fees ..................... $ Storage fees ................. $ Advertising costs ............ $ Other costs ........ ' ...... :...$ per day unless claimed If the vehicle(s) and/or parts have not been claimed within ten days, they will be sold at public auction. If you 9annot claim these items, but do not want them sold, you may submit a written request for hearing before the City Council before the 10-day period expires. Your cooperation in clearing this matter will be greatly appreciated. CHUBBUCK CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT By: Date of Notice:' City of Chubbuck 5160 Yellowstone CHUBBUCK, IDAHO 83201 CASH RECEIPT AND TRANSMISSION OF PROCEEDS PURSUANT TO ORDINANCE NO. 179 Receipt of the following is hereby acknowledged: a. Amount $ b. Paid by with the following itemization of costs: a. Towing $ b. Storage $ c. Advertising $ d. Other (specify) .............. The same amount is transmitted to the City Treasurer TOTAL $ Surplus (if any) $ 3. These proceeds have been realized from sale or disposition of the following vehicle(s) and/or parts pursuant to Ordinance No. 179: Date: Chief of Po'~ice City of Chubbuck 5160 Yellowstone CHUBBUCK, IDAHO 83201 MEMORANDUM OF APPRECIATION TO: Property for which you are responsible has been rein- spected and found at this time to be in compliance with City of Chubbuck Ordinance #179. On behalf of the City, I express appreciation for bringing the property into compliance. Your continued cooperation in the future will assist the City in maintaining the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of Chubbuck. CHUBBUCK CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT By: City of Chubbuck 5160 Yellowstone CHUBBUCK, IDAHO 83201 NOTICE OF VEHICLE REMOVAL AND IMPOUNDMENT PURSUANT TO ORDINANCE NO. 179 TO: The vehicle(s) and/or parts described below have been impounded for violation of City Ordinance #179. Possession of the vehicle(s) and/or parts may be regained during the next 60 days by appearing during business hours at the office of the Chubbuck City Police Department; proving ownership or interest in the impounded vehicle; and paying removal, advertising, and other costs incurred by the City for the handling of the vehicle and/or parts. 1. Vehicle and/or parts description: 2. Location where, the items are stored: Costs incurred by the City: Tow fees ..................... $ Storage fees ................. $ Advertising costs ............ $ Other costs .................. $ per day unless claimed If the vehicle(s) and/or parts have not been claimed within ten days, they will be sold at public auction. Your cooperation in clearing this matter will be greatly appreciated. CHUBBUCK CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT By: Date of Notice: City of Chubbuck 5160 Yellowstone CHUBBUCK, IDAHO 83201 NOTICE OF SALE The following described vehicle(s) and/or parts, impounded pursuant to Chubbuck City Ordinance No. 179, and not re-claimed, will be sold at public auction pursuant to said ordinance. The item(s) in question haye been appraised in excess of costs incurred by the City. Description of item(s) to be sold: Time, date and location of sale: Date:. CHUBBUCK CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT By: Chief of Police City of Chubbuck 5160 Yellowstone CHUBBUCK, IDAHO 83201 APPRAISAL PURSUANT TO ORDINANCE NO. 179 Date: Name and address of appraiser: Description of item(s) appraised: Appraised value of each vehicle or set of parts: Signlture of appraiser: Notation by Director of Traffic of costs incurred with respect to the above items: