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17.103.410 Enforcement and Penalties.

City Code Section
  1. A.  Violations of Chapter 17.103 shall be subject to:
    1. 1.  Upon the first violation, the Director shall issue a written warning notice to the violator that a violation has occurred.
    2. 2.  Upon subsequent violations, the following penalties shall apply:
      1. a.  $100 for the first violation after the written warning in a calendar year;
      2. b.  $200 for the second violation in the same calendar year; and
      3. c.  $500 for any subsequent violation within the same calendar year.
    3. 3.  No more than one penalty shall be imposed upon any single location within a 7-day period.
  2. B.  Upon making a determination that a violation of this code or regulations duly adopted pursuant to this Chapter 17.103 has occurred, the Director will send a written notice of the violation by mail to the violator specifying the violation and the applicable penalty as set forth in Subsection A.
  3. C.  Any violator receiving a notice of violation must pay to the City the stated penalty or appeal the finding of a violation to the Code Hearings Officer in accordance with the procedures set forth in Section 22.10.030.