(A)   The remedies provided by this article are cumulative and in addition to any other remedies available at law or in equity.
   (B)   Whenever evidence of a violation of this article is obtained in any part through the participation of a person under the age of 21 years old, such a person shall not be required to appear or give testimony in any civil or administrative process brought to enforce this article and the alleged violation shall be adjudicated based upon the sufficiency and persuasiveness of the evidence presented.
   (C)   Violations of this article are subject to a civil action brought by the Town Attorney, punishable by a civil fine not less than $250 and not exceeding $1,000 per violation.
   (D)   Violations of this article, in the discretion of the Town Attorney, may be prosecuted as infractions or misdemeanors when the interests of justice so require.
   (E)   Causing, permitting, aiding, abetting, or concealing a violation of any provision of this article shall also constitute a violation of this article.
   (F)   Violations of this article are hereby declared to be public nuisances.
   (G)   In addition to other remedies provided by this article or by other law, any violation of this article may be remedied by a civil action brought by the Town Attorney, including, for example, administrative or judicial nuisance abatement proceedings, civil or criminal code enforcement proceedings, and suits for injunctive relief.
(Ord. 814, passed 12-6-2017)