§ 95.038  ENFORCEMENT AND PENALTY.
   (A)   If a violation is found to have occurred under this subchapter is not removed within ten days from the receipt of a written warning of the violation, the Chief of Police or the Chief’s designee shall issue a written order of violation of this subchapter subject to civil penalties of this section.
   (B)   The form of all notices shall be issued pursuant to the provisions of I.C. 9-22-1 et seq.
   (C)   Any person who is judged to have violated the provisions of this subchapter is subject to a fine of $250 in addition to costs incurred by the city in abating the nuisance. Each day of violation shall be subject to a separate $250 fine.
   (D)   All provisions and respective civil penalties are designed for enforcement through the Whitley Circuit or Superior Court.
   (E)   Any person issued a written notice of violation of this subchapter shall pay the total amount of the penalty to the city within seven days of such notice, unless such notice is appealed. All appeals from written finding of the enforcement officer must be taken within seven days to the Board. All appeals from written findings of the Board shall be made to a court of competent jurisdiction within seven days from the date of the Board’s decision. Upon failure to appeal an adverse finding or failure to comply with a written order or assessed penalty, the city Legal Department shall be empowered to take all appropriate action necessary to enforce the written findings of the enforcement officer or of the Board.
(Ord. 2015-6, passed 2-24-2015; Am. Ord. 2016-19, passed 11-22-2016)