(1) A written notice of violation shall contain:
(a) the date of the notice;
(b) contact information for the stakeholder;
(c) contact information for the department;
(d) a summary of the complaint made by the department, including:
(i) the specific provisions of the statute or rule alleged to be violated; and
(ii) the specific facts alleged to constitute a violation; and
(e) a description of the department's suggested corrective action.
(2) If a stakeholder is still in violation 30 days after the date of notice received via certified mail from the department, then the department may provide notice of the alleged violation to any legislative committee with jurisdiction over the stakeholder. The department may also provide public notice of the alleged violation.