A. Notice of Violation. In the event that the franchising authority believes that the grantee has not complied with the terms of the franchise, it shall notify grantee of the nature of the alleged noncompliance.
B. Grantee’s Right to Cure or Respond. Grantee shall have 10 days from receipt of the notice described in subsection (A) of this section, notice of violation, to (1) respond to the franchising authority contesting the assertion or noncompliance, or (2) to cure such default or, in the event that, by the nature of default, such default cannot be cured within the 10-day period, initiate reasonable steps to remedy such default and notify the franchising authority of the steps being taken and the projected date that they will be completed.
C. Public Hearing. In the event that grantee fails to respond to the notice described in subsection (A) of this section pursuant to the procedures set forth in subsection (B) of this section, or in the event that the alleged default is not remedied within 20 days after the grantee is notified of the alleged default pursuant to subsection (A) of this section, the franchising authority shall schedule a public meeting to investigate the default. Such public meeting shall be held at a regularly scheduled or special meeting of the franchising authority which meeting is scheduled at a time which is no less than 20 business days therefrom. The franchising authority shall notify the grantee of the time and place of such meeting and provide the grantee with an opportunity to be heard. (Ord. 747, eff. 8/17/89)