§ 15-608  VIOLATIONS, DISCONNECTIONS AND PENALTIES.
   (a)   If the Mayor, Water Superintendent or other city official or officials charged with implementation and enforcement of this article or a water supply emergency resolution or ordinance learn of any violation of any water use restrictions imposed pursuant to §§ 15-605 or 15-607, a written notice of the violation shall be affixed to the property where the violation occurred and the customer of record and any other person known to the city who is responsible for the violation or its correction shall be provided with either actual or mailed notice. The notice shall describe the violation and order that it be corrected, cured or abated immediately or within such specified time as the city determines is reasonable under the circumstances. If the order is not complied with, the city may terminate water service to the customer subject to the following procedures.
      (1)   The city shall give the customer notice by mail or actual notice that water service will be discontinued within a specified time due to the violation and that the customer will have the opportunity to appeal the termination by requesting a hearing scheduled before the city governing body or a city official designated as a Hearing Officer by the governing body.
      (2)   If such a hearing is requested by the customer charged with the violation, he or she shall be given a full opportunity to be heard before termination is ordered.
      (3)   The governing body or Hearing Official shall make findings of fact and order whether service should continue or be terminated.
   (b)   A fee of $50 shall be paid for the reconnection of any water service terminated pursuant to division (a) above. In the event of subsequent violations, the reconnection fee shall be $200 for the second violation and $300 for any additional violations.
   (c)   Violation of this article shall be a municipal offense and may be prosecuted in Municipal Court. Any person so charged and found guilty in Municipal Court of violating the provisions of this article shall be guilty of a municipal offense. Each day’s violation shall constitute a separate offense. The penalty for an initial violation shall be a mandatory fine of $100. In addition, such customer may be required by the Court to serve a definite term of confinement in the city or county jail which shall be fixed by the Court and which shall not exceed 30 days. The penalty for a second or subsequent conviction shall be a mandatory fine of $200. In addition, such customer shall serve a definite term of confinement in the city or county jail which shall be fixed by the Court and which shall not exceed 30 days.