§ 70.99  PENALTY.
   (A)   Penalties assessed for violations shall be based upon the following schedule, plus Court costs of $15:
Violation
Fine
Violation
Fine
Disobeying a stop sign
$1 to $500
Disobeying a yield sign
$1 to $500
Disregarding automatic traffic signal
$1 to $500
Failure to yield right-of-way
$1 to $500
Improper passing violation
$1 to $500
Improper turn violation
$1 to $500
Overweight truck route
$1 to $500
Parking violation
$1 to $500
Speeding violation
$1 to $500
Squealing tires
$1 to $100
Wrong way on one-way street
$1 to $500
Other moving violation
$1 to $500
Worksite Traffic Violation
$200 for the first offense;
additional $100 for each subsequent violation
 
   (B)   Those persons who admit the allegation or have a judgment entered against them under division (A) above, except squealing tires and worksite traffic violation, shall be fined a minimum of $1 up to a maximum of $500.
   (C)   Those persons who admit the allegation or have a judgment entered against them for squealing tires under division (A) above shall be fined a minimum of $1 up to a maximum of $100.
(1989 Code, § 70.99)
   (D)   In § 70.11, for each day after the ten-day notice a view block is not abated, the persons, business or corporation commits a Class C infraction.
   (E)   Those person who admit the allegation or have a judgment entered against for a worksite traffic violation under § 70.12, shall be fined a minimum of $200 for a first offense, with an additional fine of $100 for each subsequent violation.
   (F)   A person that operates an off-road vehicle in violation of § 70.14 shall be subject to a fine of $1 up to a maximum of $500, plus court costs. In addition, an off-road vehicle operated without proper registration with Indiana Department of Natural Resources pursuant to § 70.14(E) shall be towed, and the owner shall be required to pay all towing, storage and release fees before it is released.
(Ord. 3-1983, passed 6-13-1983; Ord. 4-1990, passed 9-10-1990; Ord. 1-2015-1, passed 1-20-2015; Ord. 8-2019-3, passed 9-17-2019)