§ 154.48  PENALTIES.
   (A)   Any person violating the provisions of this subchapter by failing to perform any act required by this section or by performing any act which is prohibited by this section shall be guilty of a minor misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be fined not less than $10 nor more than $100 for each offense. Every day on which a violation exists shall constitute a separate violation and a separate minor misdemeanor.
   (B)   In case any building or structure is erected, constructed, altered, added to or demolished in violation of this section, the Zoning Administrator, the Glendale Planning and Historic Preservation Commission (GPHPC) or any other person designated by the Village Council may institute appropriate action or proceeding to prevent such unlawful action. The imposition of any penalty hereunder shall not preclude the village, the GPHPC, a neighborhood or adjacent property owner or any proper person from instituting any proper action or proceeding to require compliance with the provisions of this section and with administrative orders and determination made hereunder.
   (C)   Any person, who demolishes, whether by action or inaction, alters or constructs a building or structure in violation of this section shall be required to restore the building or structure and its site to its appearance prior to the violation. Any action to enforce the subsection may be brought by the Zoning Administrator, the GPHPC or any other person designated by the Village Council. This civil remedy shall be in addition to and not in lieu of any criminal prosecution and penalty.
   (D)   The GPHPC on its initiative may file a petition with the Zoning Administrator to take action against any owner which, in the opinion of the GPHPC, is in violation of the subchapter.
   (E)   An applicant who demolishes, alters or constructs a building or structure in violation of this section shall also be deemed in violation of the Zoning Code of the Village of Glendale.
(Ord. 1993-52, passed 11-4-93; Am. Ord. 2001-40, passed 4-1-02; Am. Ord. 2009-40, passed 9-14-09)