§ 10.99  GENERAL PENALTY.
   (A)   Any person violating any of the provisions of this code of ordinances shall be guilty of an ordinance violation.
   (B)   Each day a violation of this code of ordinances is committed or permitted to continue shall constitute a separate offense.
   (C)   Except in cases where a different punishment is prescribed by a specific section of this code of ordinances, any person convicted of an ordinance violation shall be punished by a fine not exceeding $2,500 for the first violation and not exceeding $7,500 for the second violation except for moving (traffic violations).
   (D)   The town may bring a civil action to enjoin any person from:
      (1)   Violating any ordinance regulating or prohibiting a condition or use of property; or
      (2)   Engaging in conduct without a license if any ordinance requires a license to engage in the conduct.
   (E)   The Court may suspend all or any part of a penalty imposed for an ordinance violation and may require as a condition of such suspension that the defendant shall perform uncompensated work that benefits the community.
(Prior Code, § 1-9)
Statutory reference:
   Authorizes a maximum fine of $2,500 for an ordinance violation, see I.C. 36-1-3-8
   Class C infractions, see I.C. 34-28-5-4
   Application of certain amendments to prior law, see I.C. 34-28-5-0.2
   Infraction and ordinance violation enforcement proceedings, see I.C. 34-28-5-0.2 through 34-28-5-17
   Injunctions, see I.C. 36-1-6-4
   Ordinance violations affecting real property and the town taking expenses of compliance as a lien against the property, see I.C. 36-1-6-2