§ 72.99  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)   (1)   Any person accused of a violation of a regulation prohibiting parking a vehicle in a designated area or restricting the length of time a vehicle may be there parked, may settle and compromise the claim against him or her for such illegal parking by paying to the village $10 for each such offense and $15 for the second offense within six months. Such payment may be made at the Village Hall and a receipt shall be issued for all money so received and such money shall be promptly turned over to the Treasurer to be credited to the General Fund. The members of the Police Department are hereby authorized to refrain from instituting a prosecution for the alleged offense involved for at least five days.
      (2)   Provided, this division (B) shall not apply to persons parking a vehicle so as to obstruct the entrance or exit of any place where Police and Fire Department apparatus or other emergency equipment is kept or housed or so as to block an emergency entrance in a hospital. Nor shall this division (B) apply to any person charged with parking a vehicle so as to entirely obstruct traffic in any street or alley or parking in such a way as to reduce traffic on an arterial street to one-way traffic only; nor to any person who refuses to remove a vehicle illegally parked at the request of any member of the Police Department.
(1999 Code, § 24-6-8)
   (C)   A person convicted of a violation of any provision of § 72.12 shall be fined not less than $30 nor more than $500.
   (D)   If a violator shall fail or refuse to pay said parking ticket fine within said 48 hours, then in that event, an officer may issue process as recited herein and for a conviction thereof by a court of competent jurisdiction, a fine may be imposed of no less than $25 and no more than $100.
(Ord. 92-101, passed 4-13-1992)