§ 96.154  CERTIFICATE.
   (A)   The certificate shall be for a period of 1 year, or until the general expiration date of the then current certificate for the dwelling or rooming unit, whichever is sooner.
   (B)   For all dwelling or rooming units located in any area of the city, the city shall issue a sticker stating the unit's certification, date of expiration and permitted occupancy. The property owner and/or manager must prominently and continuously display the sticker on the inside of the door to the main entrance for each dwelling or rooming unit.
   (C)   It shall be a violation of this chapter for any party to remove the sticker or for the owner and/or manager to fail to continuously display the sticker, as provided in division (B) above, in each dwelling or rooming unit and shall subject the owner or tenant to a fine not to exceed $100 per dwelling or rooming unit.  Each day of the violation shall constitute a separate and actionable offense.
   (D)   It shall be a violation of this chapter to permit occupancy by more than the maximum allowed, and shall subject the owner or tenant to a fine not to exceed $100 per dwelling or rooming unit.  Each day of the violation shall constitute a separate and actionable offense.
(Prior Code, § 96.94)  (Ord. 8327, passed 1-15-2001)