Section 11-67-24

Hearing procedure; decision of council; jurisdiction to remove weeds; finality of decision.

If objections are filed, at the time stated in said notice, the City Council of _____ shall hear and consider all evidence, objections, and protest regarding the proposed removal of weeds. The council may continue the hearing from time to time. Upon the conclusion of said hearing, the council, by resolution, shall decide whether a public nuisance exists and, if so, shall order it to be removed or abated with respect to any property or part thereof described. The governing body, by passage of said resolution, shall be deemed to have acquired jurisdiction to proceed and either to perform or have performed the work of removal or abatement with respect to such property or part thereof. The decision of the governing body on the matter shall be deemed final and conclusive.

(Acts 1988, No. 88-333, p. 502, §5.)