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(1) If, upon completion of an investigation of a complaint, the Board determines that an unlawful practice has occurred and is unable to secure an acceptable conciliation agreement from the Respondent, then the Board shall refer the case to the City Attorney.

(2) The Board shall refer the entire file to the City Attorney, who shall determine how best to pursue further action, if any, on the complaint.

(3) If the City Attorney determines that cause exists that an unlawful practice occurred and the facts are sufficient to warrant the initiation of an action through the West Valley Administrative Code Enforcement Hearing Program set forth in Title 10 of this Code, then the City Attorney shall provide written notification to the Respondent and the Complainant that an action to enforce this Title will be initiated. The enforcement process and proceedings shall be in compliance with the rules and provisions set forth in Title 10 of this Code.

(4) If the City Attorney determines that there is no cause that an unlawful practice occurred or that the facts are insufficient to warrant the initiation of an action in justice court, the City Attorney shall provide written notification to the Respondent and the Complainant and notify the Board who shall then dismiss the complaint.

(Ord. No. 10-16 Enacted 06/11/2010)

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