Whenever any vehicle shall have been cited for three violations of this chapter and/or any other parking ordinance of the City within a calendar year, each of which remains unpaid ten days after the issuance of the notice of parking violation, the City shall send to the registered and legal owners of said vehicle as shown by the records of the Washington State Department of Licensing a notification of the right to a hearing on the issue of whether said vehicle constitutes a public nuisance as defined in Section 11.08.260. Such notice shall be sent by registered mail or by certified mail with return receipt requested. Said notice shall include the following information:
A. The license number of the vehicle;
B. The name of the registered owner of the vehicle as shown by the records of the Washington State Department of Licensing;
C. The date and nature of each violation which will form the basis of the declaration of the vehicle as a nuisance;
D. A statement that the vehicle will be declared a nuisance unless:
1. All outstanding, unpaid penalties for violation of the parking ordinance of the City are paid within ten calendar days of the date of mailing of the notification, or
2. A request for hearing is filed within ten calendar days of the date of mailing with the City Treasurer or his designee.
E. A statement that if the vehicle is declared a nuisance it will be subject to immobilization pursuant to this chapter;