1335.99  PENALTY.
   (a)   Whenever the person responsible under this Chapter with the maintenance of a structure or premises fails to comply with any Final order as provided in this Chapter, the Law Director and/or the City Prosecutor may file an action seeking injunctive relief or other remedies provided by law.
   (b)   Whoever violates any provision of this Chapter, or fails to comply with any Final order as provided herein shall, upon conviction, be guilty of a minor misdemeanor. A separate offense shall be deemed committed each day on which a violation occurs or continues.  Whoever continues to violate any provisions of this Chapter, or fails to comply with any final order as provided herein, after thirty (30) days of cited non-compliance, shall, upon conviction, be guilty of a misdemeanor of the fourth degree. A separate offense on such continuation of such violation beyond thirty (30) days, shall be deemed committed each day on which a violation occurs or continues. Furthermore, whoever violates any provision of this Chapter, or fails to comply with any final order as provided herein, on the same subject matter, for an additional time or times within two (2) years of the initial conviction, shall, upon further conviction, be guilty of a misdemeanor of the third degree. A separate offense on such subsequent violation within two (2) years shall be deemed committed each day on which a violation or non-compliance occurs or continues.
   (c)   Whoever violates any provision of this Chapter, or fails to comply with any Final order as provided herein, on more than one subject matter in any two (2) year period separate and distinct from a conviction upon a prior subject matter, shall be, upon conviction of the same, guilty of a misdemeanor of the third degree. A separate offense on such subsequent subject matter within two (2) years shall be deemed committed each day on which a violation or noncompliance occurs or continues.
(Ord. 3-15. Passed 2-23-15.)
   EDITOR'S NOTE: (See Section 501.99 for penalties applicable to any misdemeanor classification.)
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