§ 50.99 PENALTY.
   (A)   Any person violating any provision of this chapter, for which no other penalty is provided, shall be subject to the penalty provisions of § 10.99.
   (B)   Whoever violates § 50.01 shall be guilty of a minor misdemeanor, and shall be fined accordingly. Each separate violation of § 50.01 shall be considered a separate minor misdemeanor offense.
   (C)   Each separate violation of § 50.02 shall be considered a minor misdemeanor.
   (D)   Whoever violates § 50.03(A) is guilty of a misdemeanor offense. Each day of violation shall be treated as a separate offense.
   (E)   A violation of § 50.15 is a minor misdemeanor. A person violating § 50.15 shall be assessed a fine of $25.
   (F)   (1)   (a)   A violation of § 50.16 is a minor misdemeanor.
         (b)   A person violating § 50.16 shall be assessed a fine of $25.
         (c)   Each period of 24 hours that a trash truck remains parked in violation of § 50.16 shall be deemed a separate violation of § 50.16.
      (2)   Upon a violation of § 50.16, the Police Department of the village shall have the authority and discretion to cause the towing of an illegally parked trash truck, and the trash truck owner shall be solely responsible for the towing expense.
   (G)   Any person violating any provision of §§ 50.30 through 50.35 shall upon conviction thereof, shall be fined more than $100 for each offense committed and shall be listed as a minor misdemeanor offense. Upon revocation of any permit granted or renewed by the village, failure to remove any dumpster for which a permit has been revoked shall constitute a separate violation for each day after revocation. For each day that a dumpster is placed as provided without having obtained a permit therefore, a separate violation shall exist. The village will have rights to remove said dumpster roll-off box from its village streets.
(Ord. 2478, passed 7-7-2011; Ord. 2529, passed 12-6-2012; Ord. 2544, passed 8-15-2013; Ord. 2582, passed 10-16-2014; Ord. 2670, passed 9-21-2017; Ord. 2787, passed 7-15-2021)