What are my options to removing the Trailor I have worked out of for 15 years?
We can not respond specifically to the procedure without knowing whether this is a state, county or municipality procedure.
A city may demolish unsafe buildings which constitute a threat to the public welfare, although a demolition order may not be made without strict compliance with the specified preliminary procedural requirements. A city that failed to properly serve a property owner with notice of the pending demolition of his building as unfit for human habitation was liable for the damages that the property owner could prove, whether or not the owner had actual notice of the demolition. However, property owners were not deprived of their property in violation of the due process clauses of the state or federal constitutions as a result of the demolition of their property pursuant to an order of a city, when the property owners were given notice of hearings, were afforded an opportunity to be present and heard, the order was issued by an impartial commission, and the property owners were expressly given a right of appeal which they made no attempt to exercise.
Before a building may be razed as a public nuisance by a city, there must be either a judicial determination that the building is a public nuisance or an opportunity provided to the owner for an administrative hearing with a judicial review thereof as to whether the building is a public nuisance.
The owner of a building which endangers the public safety is generally liable for the costs of razing or repairing it.