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(A) Criminal penalties. The provisions of §§ 90.01 et seq. shall be enforced by the County Sheriff’s office or other duly commissioned law enforcement personnel, and, in addition, all duly authorized Newberry County Code Enforcement Officers may issue an ordinance summons for violations of §§ 90.01 et seq.
(B) Civil enforcement. In addition to enforcement through the bringing of criminal charges or issuance of an ordinance summons, those affected by a nuisance that is repetitive in nature, or reasonably capable of repetition, shall a have a private right of action to enforce §§ 90.01 et seq. in a civil court of competent jurisdiction, and to seek injunctive relief to have the nuisance abated, or to seek other appropriate relief. In a proper case, the County Council may direct the County Attorney to take action in the name of the county to seek injunctive relief to have a nuisance abated, or to seek other appropriate relief. To the extent allowed by statutory law, the county may seek civil penalties in proper case.
(C) Parental responsibility. Parents or legal guardians are responsible for violations of §§ 90.01 et seq. by minor children who are in their custody or control at the time of the violation.
(Ord. 02-09-05, passed 2-16-2005) Penalty, see § 90.99