A. Any person violating any provision of this code or applicable state codes may be subject to the assessment of civil penalties for each violation.
B. Each and every day a violation of any provision of this code or applicable state codes exists is a separate violation subject to the assessment of civil penalties.
C. Civil penalties cannot be assessed when a criminal case has been filed for the same date and violation, because fines will be assessed with the criminal case. However, all other civil and administrative remedies are available.
D. Interest shall be assessed per the city fee schedule on all outstanding civil penalties, administrative fees, and/or abatement cost balances until the case has been paid in full.
E. Civil penalties for violations of any provision of this code or applicable state codes shall be assessed pursuant to the city fee schedule. (Ord. 2003-07-004, 7-17-2003)
A. If a responsible person fails to bring a violation into compliance within the number of days prescribed in the notice of violation after service of the notice of violation, civil penalties shall be owed to the city for each and every subsequent day of violation.
B. Civil penalties are assessed and owing immediately for any violation of this code or applicable state codes for an administrative citation. (Ord. 2003-07-004, 7-17-2003)
A. Civil penalties shall be assessed per violation per day pursuant to the city fee schedule for a notice of violation.
B. Civil penalties shall continue to accrue until the violation(s) has/have been brought into compliance with this code or applicable state codes and a notice of compliance or notice of satisfaction, as the case may be, has been issued by the ACE administrator or enforcement official. (Ord. 2003-07-004, 7-17-2003)
A. Upon completion of the notice of violation or administrative code enforcement order, the administrative law judge may modify the civil penalties on a finding of good cause.
B. Civil penalties may be waived or modified by the administrative law judge if there is a finding of good cause based on the responsible person’s claim of legal nonconforming or conditional use, and:
1. The city’s verification of the claim; or
2. The responsible person’s filing of an application for the conditional use before expiration of the date to correct and said conditional use is approved by the city. (Ord. 2003-07-004, 7-17-2003)
The failure of any person to pay civil penalties assessed within the specified time is a violation of this chapter and may result in the ACE administrator’s pursuing any legal remedy to collect the civil penalties as provided in the law. (Ord. 2003-07-004, 7-17-2003)